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    Quote Originally Posted by BALBOA View Post
    Congratulations Estonia for the first place
    Congratulations from me too, bravo Estonia.

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    I hope that our parents will be all agree with Serbian roster and that we could step on the 3th place. We not need coaches, only good sponsors bring bright future to hockey in Serbia (thanks to Mile Dragic and other fathers for money that they gave for this tournament).
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    How on earth can Tugo score 5 goals in first game and then go pointless in the rest of the tournament. Pretty unheard achievement.

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    He missed a penalty shot in this last game as well, just to top it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BASSA View Post
    Congratulations from me too, bravo Estonia.

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    I hope that our parents will be all agree with Serbian roster and that we could step on the 2nd place. We not need coaches, only good sponsors bring bright future to hockey in Serbia (thanks to Mile Dragic and other fathers for money that they give for this tournament).
    1. Estonia
    2. Serbia (with all fathers in dressing room)
    3. Spain

    Interesting that only China (last team) took the point from Estonia.
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    Day 5-Game 15

    Serbia - Australia 6:1 (2:0, 2:0, 2:1)
    1:0 - 10.06 Andrej Zwick
    2:0 - 17.10 Sreta Dragic (Nikolic)
    3:0 - 21.37 Ivan Glavonjic
    4:0 - 29.48 Stefan Boskovic (Djakovic)
    5:0 - 43.36 Nikola Kerezovic
    6:0 - 49.01 Andrej Zwick(2) (Glavonjic, Djakovic)
    6:1 - 51.02 Chris Wong (Byers, Sak) PP1
    PIM: 4x2 - 1x2 SOG: 37-12 Att: 672
    Goalkeepers: Pavle Stepanovic 11/12 - Rhett Kelly 15/19 (Fraser Carson 16/18)
    Ref: Robert Hallin (NOR) Linesmen: Claus Hansen (DEN), Martin Korba (SVK)
    SRB: Stepanovic Pavle; Anic Ivan, Novakovic Ugljesa +A, Ristic Aleksandar, Lazarevic Nikola, Kerezovic Nikola +C, Boskovic Stefan, Uzelac Ilija +A, Radosavljevic Relja, Pajic Sinisa, Bjelogrlic Uros, Plavsic Dominik, Trakjovic Vuk, Glavonjic Ivan, Djakovic Vladimir, Zwick Andrej, Milicevic Dimitrije, Novakovic Nikola, Dragic Sreta, Nikolic Milan, Ogrizovic Petar
    AUS: Kelly Rhett (30.12 Carson Fraser); Smail Thomas, Naidovski Steve +A, Todd Cameron +C, McPhail Joey, Tobin Shaun +A, Byers James, Woodman Jamie, Wong Chris, Miettinen Kai, Hodic Sam, Grover Jordan, Costa Bryan, Kubara Tyler, Long Chris, Winton-Chaka Axel, Sak Tomas, Carlsen Dominic, Air Saxon

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    Table and rankings

    RkCountryGPWOTWOTLLGF:GATP
    1 Estonia 5 4 1 0 0 32:17 14
    2 Serbia 5 3 0 0 2 22:16 9
    3 Spain 5 2 1 0 2 21:18 8
    4 Iceland 5 2 0 1 2 23:23 7
    5 Australia 5 1 0 1 3 8:20 4
    6 China 5 0 1 1 3 18:30 3

    RK Country
    1 Estonia
    2 Serbia
    3 Spain
    4 Iceland
    5 Australia
    6 China
    *Estonia is promoted to Division II Group A
    *China is relegated to Division III Group A

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    Stats and Awards

      PlayerGPGAPTS
    1Pavel Kulakov59615
    T2Brynjar Bergmann58311
    -Bjorn Sigurdarson511011
    T4Cheng Zhang54610
    -Konstantin Lubobratets53710
    T6Patricio Fuentes5718
    -Maksim Puzakov5718
    -Shuchao Zhang5358
    -Dmitri Vinogradov5268
    10Falur Gudnason5347

      PlayerGPGAASV%SO
    1Aleksei Arno42,4192,50
    2Fraser Carson42,5588,41
    3Pavle Stepanovic32,6788,00
    T4Ignacio Garcia34,3085,10
    -Lucas Huerga32,8485,10

    Best players selected by Directorate
    GK: Aleksei Arno (EST)
    DF: Ilija Uzelac (SRB)
    FW: Pavel Kulakov (EST)

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    Serbian team statistic: link

    On the first place is Andrej Zwick, player who is born and played in Subotica all seasons before he went to Novi Sad. He played for NS Stars this season in Hungarian league 2011/12 and that was first real organized league in his hockey life. But in the past where he played and where he had trainings, in Subotica with only 3 months ice during the season. He came to Novi Sad with 15-16 age and with more ice time, and with Alex Andjelic like coach of NS Stars he became the first on the point list.

    Surely that means nothing from my side of view, because hockey is sport where 20-22 players give the best if they want to win the game, and sometimes player without one point could be the key player for team. But, as we have statistic table we can see that Zwick scored most of points.

    After all, how we can talk about conditions in Serbia, yes if we talk about Novi Sad and Belgrade where they have higher level conditions with 7 months ice. This tournament shows that some fathers have rights to enter in dressing rooms, to create the team, to kick some coaches (who is settled like main coach not just for this tournament but for all season in NS Stars too).

    Is this way for better days in Serbian hockey? What kids learned after all this pressures? Is the 2nd place good enough for all those fathers with sick ambitions? Is this silver medal triumph after all what was happend? What we can expect next season, whose fathers coach will build our National team?

    One is sure, Alex Andjelic will be out of this shame where somebody is able to close the eyes only because someone give money for tournament. He was good enough during the period when NS Stars competed in Hungarian U18 league, but not for Nt when more players came, and more players was compete for position in team.
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    Tugo missed 2 and a half games with shoulder injury...
    Brian Burke: "True leaders don’t need a letter on their chest. They still lead. Teemu is like that."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahtikullervo View Post
    Tugo missed 2 and a half games with shoulder injury...
    IIHF says he participated in 4 out of 5 games.

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    I was on the bench, beleieve me I know better. ;)
    Brian Burke: "True leaders don’t need a letter on their chest. They still lead. Teemu is like that."

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