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    Latvia U20 Sergei Zholtok Memorial - Riga (LAT), 23-25 August 2011

    Belarus U20
    Latvia U20
    Norway U20
    Russia U18

    Fixtures:

    August 23
    12:40 Russia U18 - Norway U20
    16:10 Latvia U20 - Belarus U20

    August 24
    12:40 Norway U20 - Belarus U20
    16:10 Russia U18 - Latvia U20

    August 25
    12:40 Belarus U20 - Russia U18
    16:10 Latvia U20 - Norway U20

    Past winners:
    2010: Russia U18
    2009: Belarus U20
    2008: Latvia U20
    2007: Belarus U20
    2006: Belarus U20
    2005: Denmark U20

    P.S. It's rather amazing that we have a topic for each of the past editions of this tournament
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    Latvia Latvian roster

    Goalies:
    Kristers Gudļevskis (HK Rīga)
    Rihards Cimermanis (HK Rīga)

    Defense:
    Artūrs Salija (HK Rīga)
    Krišs Lipsbergs (HK Rīga)
    Rūdolfs Kalvītis (Shattuck St. Marry's)
    Pauls Zvirbulis (HK Rīga)
    Sandis Šostaks (SK Liepājas metalurgs)
    Edgars Siksna (SK Liepājas metalurgs)
    Kristers Freibergs (HK Rīga)
    Ričards Bērziņš (Prizma/Rīga)
    Ansis Brikainis (Prizma/Rīga)
    Andrejs Smirnovs (HK Rīga)

    Forwards:
    Roberts Lipsbergs (HK Rīga)
    Dāvis Straupe (HK Rīga)
    Edgars Kurmis (HK Rīga)
    Pauls Hodzko (HK Rīga)
    Artūrs Kuzmenkovs (HK Rīga)
    Kirils Tambijevs (HK Rīga)
    Māris Diļevka (SK Liepājas metalurgs)
    Raimonds Upenieks (HK Rīga)
    Regnārs Kaļinovskis (Liepājas metalurgs)
    Toms Andersons (SenSee/ Sui-4)
    Teodors Bļugers (Shattuck St. Marry's/ USHS)
    Rihards Marenis (SISEC Selects)
    Kristaps Legzdiņš (Syrianska/Armeniska HC / SWE-4)
    Lauris Rancevs (HK Rīga)
    Martins Lavrovs (Arlanda)

    4 or 5 additional players might be added after the first game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by itry View Post
    Goalies:
    Teodors Bļugers (Shattuck St. Marry's/ USHS)
    Well, I hope (and expect) that he will get a place at Sioux City Musketeers in the USHL after all. :D

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    Will he even go to USHL?? I haven't heard about that, he can stay and play in USHS, doesn't matter if we talk about the draft... he isn't a top prospect so it doesn't matter really if he goes to USHL or stays in USHS.
    After all that's why he was so low in the USHL draft... the guys just didn't think it's likely he'll join USHL... just like Girgensons and CHL draft case...

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    Well I didn't really list the places where they are going to play next season. I just tweaked the info from sportacentrs.com a bit because I thought that USA or SUI would mean nothing in this case. I just checked the info from eliteprospects.com and listed the club systems they are/were playing in. I guess it would be nice to see him in USHL but it seems that it wouldn't hurt his development that much if he would stay in USHS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rusher View Post
    Will he even go to USHL?? I haven't heard about that, he can stay and play in USHS, doesn't matter if we talk about the draft... he isn't a top prospect so it doesn't matter really if he goes to USHL or stays in USHS.
    After all that's why he was so low in the USHL draft... the guys just didn't think it's likely he'll join USHL... just like Girgensons and CHL draft case...
    Well, it's quite a difference between the USHL and USHS. And, tbh, imo, Blugers is undoubtadely one of the biggest prospects on this roster. Along with Klavins and Kuzmenkovs he led the Latvian U18 in scoring last season. (Note that also Freibergs was drafted by the same club)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GX View Post
    Well, it's quite a difference between the USHL and USHS. And, tbh, imo, Blugers is undoubtadely one of the biggest prospects on this roster. Along with Klavins and Kuzmenkovs he led the Latvian U18 in scoring last season. (Note that also Freibergs was drafted by the same club)
    I just wanted to say that people get drafted from USHS too, maybe not in the first round but Bļugers also isn't the first round prospect. He doesn't need to go anywhere actually as if he continues to progress, he'll be drafted from Shattuck anyway... Parise, Okposo and Toews played in Shattuck and later got drafted in the first round and nothing bad happened to them...

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    Norway Norwegian Roster

    Goalies
    Steffen Søberg - Manglerud
    Lars Volden - Espoo Blues (FIN)

    Defencemen
    Jens Ulrik Bacher - Frisk Asker
    Emil Frøshaug - Manglerud
    Marius Nielsen - Rosenborg
    Linus Juell - Vålerenga
    Mikkel Søgaard - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Tord Thoresen - Lillehammer
    Carl Christian Tønseth - Frisk Asker
    Joakim Hjelm - Stavanger

    Forwards
    Michael Haga - Luleå U20(SWE)
    Magnus Hoff - Vålerenga
    Fredrik Løvdahl - Manglerud
    Christian Remo Nicolaisen - Storhamar
    Kjetil Martinsen - Vålerenga
    Henrik Medby - Lillehammer
    Sondre Olden - Modo U20(SWE)
    Anders Pedersen - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Aleksander Reichenberg - Lillehammer
    Ole Daniel Brun Setsaas - New England Jr Huskies(USA)
    Mikael Stenersen - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Mathias Trettenes - Stavanger
    Sander Valde - Rosenborg
    Sebastian Weberg - Shattuck St Mary(USA)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GX View Post
    And, tbh, imo, Blugers is undoubtadely one of the biggest prospects on this roster.
    On this roster he is the biggest prospect :) Though, he's 2 years younger than the age for U20 team so Diļevka from LM might be a better player at this point but really... if I look through the other surnames, it sucks for 92/93 born Latvians that in this year's U20 championship U18 guys will be potential leaders of the team.... with Gigensons, Bļugers, and maybe even Lavrovs or/and Lipsbergs will be playing... But we'll see, lots of preapration still ahead and with Girgensons, Pelšs and Kļaviņš, among others, not available at the moment other guys can prove that they are also good enough to play for Latvia U20...

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    Added fixtures to the first post.

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    Russia U18 - Norway U20 7:1 (1:0, 3:1, 3:0)
    05:59 1:0 Garyeyev (Filippov, Osnovin)
    22:45 2:0 Osnovin (Garyeyev)
    23:42 3:0 Osnovin (Garyeyev, Pangelov-Yurdashev,)
    24:33 4:0 Petrakov (Stulov, Tryamkin)
    26:01 4:1 Haga (Sogaard, Stenersen)
    48:11 5:1 Yakimov (Makarenko, Malenkikh)
    50:31 6:1 Ryabov (Yakimov, Makarenko)
    52:44 7:1 Osnovin (Filippov, Garyeyev)
    PIM: 9x2, 5+20 Yunyshev - 16x2
    Goalies: Ustinsky - Eriksen

    Latvia U20 - Belarus U20 2:5 (1:1, 1:1, 0:3)
    10:20 1:0 R.Lipsbergs (Straupe)
    14:01 1:1 Abmiotka (Lisovets, Grishchenko)
    22:41 2:1 R.Lipsbergs (Straupe, Sostaks)
    27:55 2:2 Lopachuk (Parfeyevets)
    44:33 2:3 Lemachko (Khuzeev)
    53:54 2:4 Mokhorev (Dalidovich, Turovets)
    57:03 2:5 Ageyenko (Parfeyevets)
    PIM: 10x2, 5+20 Gudlevskis - 10x2, 10 Kravchenko
    Goalies: Gudlevskis (36:03 Cimermanis) - Shelepiov
    Video highlights

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    Quote Originally Posted by GX View Post
    Russia U18 - Norway U20 7:1 (1:0, 3:1, 3:0)
    05:59 1:0 Garyeyev (Filippov, Osnovin)
    22:45 2:0 Osnovin (Garyeyev)
    23:42 3:0 Osnovin (Garyeyev, Pangelov-Yurdashev,)
    24:33 4:0 Petrakov (Stulov, Tryamkin)
    26:01 4:1 Haga (Sogaard, Stenersen)
    48:11 5:1 Yakimov (Makarenko, Malenkikh)
    50:31 6:1 Ryabov (Yakimov, Makarenko)
    52:44 7:1 Osnovin (Filippov, Garyeyev)
    PIM: 9x2, 5+20 Yunyshev - 16x2
    Goalies: Ustinsky - Eriksen

    Latvia U20 - Belarus U20 2:5 (1:1, 1:1, 0:3)
    10:20 1:0 R.Lipsbergs (Straupe)
    14:01 1:1 Abmiotka (Lisovets, Grishchenko)
    22:41 2:1 R.Lipsbergs (Straupe, Sostaks)
    27:55 2:2 Lopachuk (Parfeyevets)
    44:33 2:3 Lemachko (Khuzeev)
    53:54 2:4 Mokhorev (Dalidovich, Turovets)
    57:03 2:5 Ageyenko (Parfeyevets)
    PIM: 10x2, 5+20 Gudlevskis - 10x2, 10 Kravchenko
    Goalies: Gudlevskis (36:03 Cimermanis) - Shelepiov
    Video highlights
    Roberts Lipsbergs (1994) looked really good in the game, his line was the best one and he scored both goals. Can't wait to see him in MHL this year. And I wonder if 1994 born players will really score goals for us in WJC... Ok, Pelšs is not here but who else really from 1992. It will be hard to fight with mostly 1993/1994 borns but what to do if they're better??

    Bļugers and Lipsbergs are already looking like they are going to the WJC... no doubt at all about Girgensons, who knows, couple others like Lavrovs, maybe Bazevičs who'll hopefully play in WHL this season might too. On the one hand the future looks bright, on the other... it will be hard in WJC for these young guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusher View Post
    Roberts Lipsbergs (1994) looked really good in the game, his line was the best one and he scored both goals. Can't wait to see him in MHL this year. And I wonder if 1994 born players will really score goals for us in WJC... Ok, Pelšs is not here but who else really from 1992. It will be hard to fight with mostly 1993/1994 borns but what to do if they're better??

    Bļugers and Lipsbergs are already looking like they are going to the WJC... no doubt at all about Girgensons, who knows, couple others like Lavrovs, maybe Bazevičs who'll hopefully play in WHL this season might too. On the one hand the future looks bright, on the other... it will be hard in WJC for these young guys.
    Pendulum swung upwards season too early? :D Sadly, I agree with your analysis, though I hope for the best as we will probably have to beat teams which aren't known for their physicality to stay top tier.

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    Anyone know where the rest of the scores can be found?

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