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    U20 Pool B 1985, Japan

    Any information for game Switzerland - Austria 20:7?

    Thanks, Haniss

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    Hello Haniss,

    Here is the information from the official IIHF game report
    on SUI-AUT, U20 1985 match :

    DATE: 1985/03/24
    GAME TIME: START 11:30 END 13:56
    GAME #25

    SWITZERLAND (White)
    1 GK Markus Peter
    2 GK Marius Boesch
    3 DF Martin Bruderer
    14 DF Brenno Celio
    4 DF Filippo Celio
    5 DF Guido Pfosi
    7 DF Martin Rauch
    24 DF Thomas Roten
    9 FW Manuele Celio
    11 FW Andreas Fischer
    19 FW Peter Jaks
    8 FW Guido Laczko
    25 FW Oliver Muffler
    22 FW Gil Montandon
    17 FW Roger Nater
    10 FW Mario Patt
    15 FW Jean-Luc Rod
    13 FW Thomas Vrabec
    20 FW Thomas Wiedmer
    16 FW Roland Ruedi

    AUSTRIA (Red)
    1 GK Gunther Hammerle
    20 GK Walter Lanzinger
    2 DF Peter Kaut
    3 DF Peter Haberl
    4 DF Klaus Kutzschbach
    5 DF Erich Solderer
    6 DF Christian Engljahringer
    19 DF Christian Huber
    7 FW Anton Winkler
    8 FW Werner Kerth
    9 FW Christian Mandl
    10 FW Herbert Oberscheider
    12 FW Gerhard Puschnik
    11 FW Franz Fussi
    18 FW Thomas Schreiber
    14 FW Dietmar Molzer
    17 FW Alexandr Paul
    16 FW Dominik Ludwigstorff
    15 FW Hannes Ressmann
    13 FW Wolfgang Hagen

    GOAL SCORING
    1st Period
    02.17 SUI 10 Mario Patt (15 Jean-Luc Rod)
    04.12 AUT 11 Franz Fussi (10 Herbert Oberscheider)
    04.31 SUI 10 Mario Patt (15 Jean-Luc Rod)
    07.21 AUT 11 Franz Fussi (8 Werner Kerth, 12 Gerhard Puschnik)
    08.11 AUT 9 Christian Mandl
    09.02 AUT 10 Herbert Oberscheider (4 Klaus Kutzschbach)
    11.16 SUI 15 Jean-Luc Rod (14 Brenno Celio, 10 Mario Patt)
    14.52 AUT 12 Gerhard Puschnik (4 Klaus Kutzschbach)
    18.09 SUI 9 Manuele Celio (unassisted)
    19.48 SUI 9 Manuelo Celio (19 Peter Jaks, 22 Gil Montandon)

    2nd Period
    21.46 SUI 13 Thomas Vrabec (17 Roger Nater, 8 Guido Laczko)
    22.47 SUI 4 Filippo Celio (22 Gil Montandon)
    23.12 AUT 14 Dietmar Molzer (16 Dominik Ludwigstorff)
    25.26 AUT 8 Werner Kerth (12 Gerhard Puschnik, 3 Peter Haberl)
    26.00 SUI 8 Guido Laczko (13 Thomas Vrabec)
    26.38 SUI 20 Thomas Wiedmer (10 Mario Patt, 15 Jean-Luc Rod)
    27.36 SUI 13 Thomas Vrabec (3 Martin Bruderer)
    29.59 SUI 5 Guido Pfosi (4 Filippo Celio, 19 Peter Jaks)
    30.27 SUI 4 Filippo Celio (22 Gil Montandon)
    36.15 SUI 19 Peter Jaks (unassisted)

    3rd Period
    41.24 SUI 5 Guido Pfosi (22 Gil Montandon)
    42.32 SUI 17 Roger Nater (7 Martin Rauch, 13 Thomas Vrabec)
    43.47 SUI 19 Peter Jaks (9 Manuele Celio)
    49.35 SUI 22 Gil Montandon (19 Peter Jaks)
    52.16 SUI 7 Martin Rauch (unassisted)
    54.18 SUI 19 Peter Jaks (9 Manuele Celio)
    57.05 SUI 15 Jean-Luc Rod (24 Thomas Roten)

    PENALTIES
    1st Period
    03.14 SUI 22 Gil Montandon (2-Hooking)
    14.14 SUI 7 Martin Rauch (2-Tripping)

    2nd Period
    26.00 AUT 10 Herbert Oberscheider (2-T-minor)
    29.32 SUI 14 Brenno Celio (2-Excessive roughness)
    29.32 AUT 12 Gerhard Puschnik (2-Excessive roughness)
    29.32 AUT 3 Peter Haberl (2-Tripping)
    33.30 SUI 9 Manuele Celio (2-Slashing)
    38.13 AUT 11 Franz Fussi (2-Tripping)
    38.33 AUT 10 Herbert Oberscheider (2-Excessive roughness)
    38.33 SUI 22 Gil Montandon (2-Excessive roughness)
    39.10 AUT 4 Klaus Kutzschbach (2-Interference)
    39.10 AUT 4 Klaus Kutzschbach (2-Excessive roughness)
    39.54 SUI 8 Guido Laczko (2-Charging)

    3rd Period
    49.07 AUT 9 Christian Mandl (2-Interference)
    49.07 SUI 15 Jean-Luc Rod (2-Excessive roughness)
    50.14 SUI 22 Gil Montandon (2-Hooking)
    52.00 SUI 13 Thomas Vrabec (2-Excessive roughness)
    52.00 AUT 12 Gerhard Puschnik (2-Excessive roughness)
    58.00 SUI 19 Peter Jaks (2-Cross-checking)

    SHOTS ON GOAL:
    SWITZERLAND (19 + 21 + 25 = 65)
    AUSTRIA (11 + 7 + 6 = 24)

    PENALTY MINUTES:
    SWITZERLAND (4 + 8 + 8 = 20)
    AUSTRIA (0 + 14 + 4 = 18)

    GOALS:
    SWITZERLAND (5 + 8 + 7 = 20)
    AUSTRIA (5 + 2 + 0 = 7)

    REFEREE: Ebina
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    Hello svetovy pohar.
    Very, very good work. Where can I find the official IIHF game report? These statistics are missing me...

    Thank you, Haniss.

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