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    2012 IIHF U18 Div.IIA Championship - Heerenveen, Netherlands; 31st-6th.Mar/Apr.

    Croatia
    Great Britain
    Korea
    Lithuania
    Netherlands
    Romania

    Thialf IJsstadion, capacity: 3,500


    Tournament fixtures
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    31/3 Croatia Romania 13:30 Thialf IJsstadion
    31/3 Lithuania Great Britain 17:00Thialf IJsstadion
    31/3 Netherlands Korea 20:30Thialf IJsstadion
    1/4 Romania Lithuania 13:30Thialf IJsstadion
    1/4 Great Britain Netherlands 17:00Thialf IJsstadion
    1/4 Korea Croatia 20:30 Thialf IJsstadion
    3/4 Korea Lithuania 13.30Thialf IJsstadion
    3/4 Romania Great Britain 17.00Thialf IJsstadion
    3/4 Netherlands Croatia 20.30Thialf IJsstadion
    4/4 Korea Romania 13.30Thialf IJsstadion
    4/4 Great Britain Croatia 17.00Thialf IJsstadion
    4/4 Lithuania Netherlands 20.30Thialf IJsstadion
    6/4 Croatia Lithuania 13.30Thialf IJsstadion
    6/4 Great Britain Korea 17.00Thialf IJsstadion
    6/4 Romania Netherlands 20.30Thialf IJsstadion

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    Pretty tough group to predict...

    ...will be fun to see how it unfolds:

    My prediction:

    Romania
    Great Britain
    South Korea
    Croatia
    Lithuania
    Netherlands

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    U18, I'll give the Brits the leg-up, Korea and Croatia for the other two medals (in no particular order).
    I see Netherlands vs Romania as the relegation game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    U18, I'll give the Brits the leg-up, Korea and Croatia for the other two medals (in no particular order).
    I see Netherlands vs Romania as the relegation game.
    Hmm...that would be in perfect world, but reality is diffirent.

    We have no goalies good enough to steal the game at this level, defence is also question mark, while in attack we have no players like Rendulic or Trstenjak.

    At the best this team can finish 4th, but more likely they will fight to stay in group with Netherlands.

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    Croatian squad (preliminary)

    Vratari:
    Marko Perojević (Mladost)
    Ivan Ružić (Medveščak)
    Michael Stebbings (Medveščak)
    Ivan Štimac Rojtinić (Mladost)
    Luka Valenčić (Zagreb)

    Braniči:
    Luka Borić (Mladost)
    Toni Borić (Mladost)
    Viktor Cerinski (Zagreb)
    Kristijan Galić (Medveščak)
    Domagoj Kapetanić (Medveščak)
    Bruno Kegalj (Zagreb)
    Jan Pečnik (Mladost)
    Tommy Raknic (Eisbären Berlin)
    Roman Škrapec (Zagreb)

    Napadači:
    Borna Banjad (Zagreb)
    Robert Cerovečki (Mladost)
    Fran Gjoni (Graz 99ers)
    Ivan Janković (Zagreb)
    Filip Jarčov (Zagreb)
    Luka Jarčov (Zagreb)
    Josip Jazbec (Medveščak)
    Luka Komljenović (Sisak)
    Tin Kovaček (Medveščak)
    Matija Krivošić (Medveščak)
    Kristijan Krnić (Mladost)
    Mislav Martinić (Mladost)
    Matija Miličić (Zagreb)
    Luka Novak (Zagreb)
    Jan Novotny (Zagreb)
    Renato Platužić (Medveščak)
    Luka Ružić (Medveščak)
    David Mio Szabo (Mladost)
    Marko Šakić (KAC)
    Ivan Šimunović (Mladost)
    Luka Vukoja (Red Bull)

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    It'll be interesting to see how The Netherlands will perform at this tournament. All but two players of the expected squad have played the entire season together in the First Division (Tier2) in The Netherlands as the Eindhoven High Techs and are currently tied 1-1 in a best-of-three for the title. I'm expecting them to compete for medals, not relegation. They need to stay out of the penalty-box though, that could be their downfall.
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    On monday Croatia will play friendly game in Celje against some Slovenian selection...

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    This will be incredibly leveled group in terms of quality. One of those where everyone can beat everyone.
    Hokej u Hrvatskoj ima svijetlu budućnost SAMO AKO mjerodavni ljudi rade svoj posao kako treba - Pršljen
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    http://www.hrsport.net/vijesti/43727...oci-nizozemske
    Friendly match, Celje
    Slovenia - Croatia 1:0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pršljen View Post
    This will be incredibly leveled group in terms of quality. One of those where everyone can beat everyone.
    I agree. It does seem to be a very level playing field.

    I think it is safe to say that most view Great Britain as the favourite in this group as they were relegated from the division above and are more known than South Korea who was also relegated from a higher division. Only three players are eligible to play in the tournament this year for South Korea from the one that was relegated last year and none of them lit up the lamp behind the goal. I think the 2012 version of South Korea will be the biggest mystery of this group.

    Great Britain has only two players returning from last year’s squad (David Clements and Elliot Knell), while Zach Sullivan played for the U20 team in December. Liam Stewart playing for Spokane in the WHL would be a great addition but the Chiefs are in the playoffs and Stewart may not be available for the W.C. Ross Venus, born in 1994, plays in the British Elite League and should play an important role for the Brits. G.B. also has a couple of underagers to watch for: Lewis Hook (1996) and Myles Dacres (1995). Hook participated in the Tilburg U16 tournament this past weekend and was named to the tournament’s all-star team.

    The Romanian U18 team of 2011 that played in Division IIA and finished in second place behind Austria has only 4 players on that team that will not be eligible to participate in 2012. Romania’s U20 team that just won promotion this year to Division IIA includes 12 players that are eligible to play in the U18 W.C. in 2012.

    The team will likely be led by the Biro twins who played this past season for Nitra in the Slovakian U18 league. Matyas Biro led the Romania team (tied with teammate Roberto Gliga) for most goals and points in the U20 W.C. in December. Csikszereda’s U18 team participated in the Hungarian U18 league this year and had three players finish in the top three in scoring – Daniel Tranca, Szabolcs Hildebrand, and Csanad Okos. I believe the Romanian U18 offering for 2012 will be strong and should do well if they can keep their focus on the game. The Romanian team will play Hungary’s U18 on Wednesday before heading to Heerenveen.

    Croatia will be led by Marko Sakic and Luka Vukoja who led the team in scoring in last year’s U18 W.C. Filip Jarcov, Robert Cerovecki, and Ivan Simunovic were prominent in the scoring summaries last year and are eligible to return this year.

    Three prominent members of Lithuania’s U20 team will be eligible for the U18 W.C. Aimas Fiscevas led the team in scoring with 8 points. Daniel Bogdziul finished with 7 points, and Mauras Baltrukonis finished fourth on the team in points. Should note that the Lithuanian team placed second in the tournament behind Ukraine and ahead of Hungary, the Netherlands, and South Korea.

    For the Netherlands, 1995-born Daniel Stempher tied for first in scoring for his team in this U20 group. Last year, Netherlands finished group IIB in second place behind Ukraine. Tom Marx and Danny Donders led the team with 6 points each are eligible to return to the U18 team this year.

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    Official tournament website (in English): http://wcu18.ijshockey.com/

    All the games of The Netherlands will be streamed live on the internet.
    In cooperation with Omrop Fryslan all matches of The Netherlands will be streamed directly on internet. Also prior to the games visitors can have a look in the hockey-pub. Ron Berteling, a legend in Dutch Hockey, will give reflections and analyses to the games that are played.

    A web address of the stream should be published on the above site in a few days.
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    Hungary - Romania: 8-1

    Little surprised by the result. The U18 team for Hungary is strong this year, but they were missing a few players - Balazs Sebok, Krsztian Nagy, and Gergely Korbuly - in this game. It appears that all the key players for Romania were playing today.

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    Croatia

    CROATIA, final roster

    Vratari:
    Marko Perojević (Zagreb)
    Ivan Štimac Rojtinić (Mladost)

    Braniči:
    Luka Borić (Mladost)
    Viktor Cerinski (Zagreb)
    Domagoj Kapetanić (Medveščak)
    Bruno Kegalj (Zagreb)
    Jan Pečnik (Mladost)
    Tommy Raknic (Eisbären)
    Roman Škrapec (Zagreb)

    Napadači:
    Robert Cerovečki (Mladost)
    Ivan Janković (Zagreb)
    Filip Jarčov (Zagreb)
    Josip Jazbec (Medveščak)
    Tin Kovaček (Medveščak)
    Mislav Martinić (Mladost)
    Matija Miličić (Zagreb)
    Jan Novotny (Zagreb)
    Luka Ružić (Medveščak)
    David Mio Szabo (Mladost)
    Marko Šakić (KAC)
    Ivan Šimunović (Mladost)
    Luka Vukoja (Red Bull)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirlovic Zagora View Post
    CROATIA, final roster

    Vratari:
    Marko Perojević (Zagreb)
    Ivan Štimac Rojtinić (Mladost)

    Braniči:
    Luka Borić (Mladost)
    Viktor Cerinski (Zagreb)
    Domagoj Kapetanić (Medveščak)
    Bruno Kegalj (Zagreb)
    Jan Pečnik (Mladost)
    Tommy Raknic (Eisbären)
    Roman Škrapec (Zagreb)

    Napadači:
    Robert Cerovečki (Mladost)
    Ivan Janković (Zagreb)
    Filip Jarčov (Zagreb)
    Josip Jazbec (Medveščak)
    Tin Kovaček (Medveščak)
    Mislav Martinić (Mladost)
    Matija Miličić (Zagreb)
    Jan Novotny (Zagreb)
    Luka Ružić (Medveščak)
    David Mio Szabo (Mladost)
    Marko Šakić (KAC)
    Ivan Šimunović (Mladost)
    Luka Vukoja (Red Bull)
    47 games and three goals all thogether in Slovenia U20 league.


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    It will be very interesting tomorrow. My opinion is that main favorite is Great Britain, for second place South Korea and Netherlands, and for stay in Div.2a Croatia, Romania and Lithuania. Very young team from Lithuania, some players are 14 and 15 years and because of that maybe they are main favorite for relegation. But this prediction is based on a feeling, maybe Croatia have some better chances, they played good season in Slohokej league.

    1 Great Britain
    2 Netherlands
    3 South Korea
    4 Croatia
    5 Romania
    6 Lithuania
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    Great Britain Great Britain final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Daniel Lane (Peterborough Phantoms)
    Patrick Russell (Guildford Flames)

    Defenders
    Declan Balmer (Bradford Bulldogs)
    David Clements (Notre Dame College)
    Thomas Garrity (Port Hope Panthers)
    Samuel Godfrey (Slough Jets)
    Benjamin Russell (Ontario Hockey Academy)
    Zach Sullivan (Slough Jets)
    James Wallace (North Ayreshire Devils)

    Forwards
    Bobby Chamberlain (Hull Stingrays)
    Jordan Cownie (Dundee Stars)
    Myles Dacres (Bradford Bulldogs)
    Harry Harley (Whitley Bay Warriors)
    Lewis Hook (Peterborough Phantoms)
    Elliot Knell (Sheffield Spartans)
    Jake Pitchley (Romford Raiders)
    Daniel Rose (Nottingham Lions)
    Floyd Taylor (Swindon Wildcats)
    Ross Venus (Coventry Blaze)
    Ryan Webb (Bracknell Bees)

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    Korea Korea final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Kweonyong Kim (Sun Duck HS)
    Yeonseung Lee (Kyung Bok HS)

    Defenders
    Sukyoung Chun (Shin Song HS)
    Seongyong Hong (Kyung Bok HS)
    Hyeon Bin Jeong (Kyungsung HS)
    Geonwoo Kim (Kyung Bok HS)
    Youngjun Kim (Joongdong HS)
    Young Wook Kim (Kwangsung HS)
    Min Suk Oh (Sun Duck HS)
    Gi Ryun Oh (Sun Duck HS)

    Forwards
    Jun Young Bang (Posung HS)
    Doo Hyun Hwang (Kyunggi HS)
    Jung Woo Jeon (Shin Song HS)
    Min Kyu Jung (Kyung Bok HS)
    Hyungkyeum Kim (Kwangsung HS)
    Tae Ho Kim (Sun Duck HS)
    Yujin Kim (Kyunggi HS)
    Younghoon Kim (Kyunggi HS)
    Chongjae Lee (Sun Duck HS)
    Dong Gun Lee (Yonsei University)
    Seung Hyuk Lee (Sun Duck HS)
    Jaehyun Yoon (Kyung Bok HS)

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    Lithuania Lithuania final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Simas Baltrunas (Liepājas Metalurgs)
    Donatas Zukovas (Energija Elektrenai)

    Defenders
    Rokas Bacevicius (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Domantas Cypas (Severnaya Zvezda Moscow)
    Kostas Kirilovas (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Dalius Mikalauskas (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Edgar Protcenko (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Vaidotas Rastenis (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)

    Forwards
    Mauras Baltrukonis (Atlant Mytischi)
    Ervinas Bazevicius (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Rokas Bazys (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Dominykas Bisturys (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Daniel Bogdziul (Ilves Tampere)
    Edvinas Boroska (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Deivid Cetvertak (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Ilja Cetvertak (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Ugnius Cizas (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Dominykas Deksnys (Energija Elektrenai)
    Paulius Gintautas (Kristall Elektrostal)
    Simonas Gorelis (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)
    Mantas Marcinkevicius (Energija Elektrenai)
    Danielius Nomanovas (Gelezinis Vilkas Vilnius)

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    Netherlands Netherlands final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Jan-Willem Groenheijde (Zoetermeer Panthers)
    Daniel Oordt (Eindhoven High Techs)

    Defenders
    Koen Bakker (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Willem Gloudemans (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Mark Hoekstra (Friesland Flyers)
    Tony Ras (HYS The Hague)
    Rick van Haren (Dusseldorfer EG)
    Boet van Gestel (Tilburg Trappers)
    Thijs Voorn (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Luke Zwartbol (Eindhoven High Techs)

    Forwards
    Thomas Borgman (Zoetermeer Panthers)
    Reno de Hondt (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Jesse Hendriks (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Jordy Knoren (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Tom Marx (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Davey Menting (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Sebastiaan Snijder (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Cas Staps (Banff Hockey Academy)
    Danny Stempher (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Raymond van der Schuit (Eindhoven High Techs)
    Rocco van Hoorn (Amsterdam Tigers)
    Joey Verreijen (HYS The Hague)

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    Romania Romania final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Otto Onodi (HSC Csikszereda)
    Zoltan Toke (HSC Csikszereda)

    Defenders
    Szabolcs Hildebrand (HSC Csikszereda)
    Zoltan Molnar (HSC Csikszereda)
    Csanad Okos (HSC Csikszereda)
    Balazs Peter (Krefelder EV)
    Anton Popa (Dunarea Galati)
    Daniel Tranca (HSC Csikszereda)

    Forwards
    Gergo Biro (HK Nitra)
    Matyas Biro (HK Nitra)
    Florian Bocu (Iserlohn Roosters)
    Huba Bors (HSC Csikszereda)
    Dennis Dumitru (Steaua Bucharest)
    Robert Egyed (HSC Csikszereda)
    Hugo Gecse (HSC Csikszereda)
    Detre Hodos (Vasas Budapest)
    Tamas Nagy (HSC Csikszereda)
    Daniel Oprea (Steaua Bucharest)
    Alpar Sallo (Krefelder EV)
    Nandor Tamas (HSC Csikszereda)

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    Today predictions (just for fun)

    Croatia - Romania 3:2 (0T)
    Great Britain - Lithuania 4:1
    Netherlands - Korea 4:3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirlovic Zagora View Post
    Jan Pečnik (Mladost)
    Out because of stomach flu. Instead of him Toni Borić (1996., KHL Mladost)

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    After 1st period, Croatia - Romania 1:1
    04:13 0 - 1 EQ 6. TRANCA Daniel (9. OKOS Csanad) (16. HILDEBRAND Szabolcs)
    14:22 1 - 1 EQ 9. CEROVECKI Robert (14. SKRAPEC Roman)

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    After being down 2:1 after two periods Romania went into high gear and edged Croatia 6:3 by the end of regulation time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zamo86 View Post
    After being down 2:1 after two periods Romania went into high gear and edged Croatia 6:3 by the end of regulation time.
    I expected higher win from Romania to be honest...

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    Day 1-Game 1

    Croatia - Romania 3:6 (1:1, 1:0, 1:5)
    0:1 - 04.13 Daniel Tranca (Okos, Hildebrand)
    1:1 - 14.22 Robert Cerovencki (Skrapec)
    2:1 - 39.29 Marko Sakic (Simunovic, Stimac Rojtinic)
    2:2 - 44.53 Daniel Tranca(2) (Hildebrand, Gecse)
    2:3 - 50.34 Szabolcs Hildebrand (Tranca, M.Biro) PP2
    2:4 - 50.54 Detre Hodos (M.Biro, Tranca) PP1
    2:5 - 54.20 Matyas Biro (Sallo, G.Biro)
    3:5 - 55.18 Ivan Jankovic (Cerinski, Cerovecki) PP1
    3:6 - 59.28 Csanad Okos EN
    PIM: 7x2 - 6x2 SOG: 31-34 Att: 177
    Goalkeepers: Ivan Stimac Rojtinic 28/33 - Zoltan Toke 28/31
    Ref: Peter Haxell (NZL) Linesmen: Louis Beelen (NED), Lei Feng (CHN)
    CRO: Stimac Rojtinic Ivan; Kegalj Bruno, Raknic Tommy, Jarcov Filip, Simunovic Ivan, Jankovic Ivan, Boric Luka, Skrapec Roman +A, Cerovecki Robert, Sakic Marko +C, Vukoja Luka +A, Cerinski Viktor, Kapetanic Domagoj, Kovacek Tin, Ruzic Luka, Novotny Jan, Boric Toni, Jazbec Jospic, Milicic Matija, Martinic Mislav, Szabo David
    ROU: Toke Zoltan; Hodos Detre, Bors Huba, Tranca Daniel +C, Okos Csanad, Hildebrand Szabolcs, Tamas Nandor, Biro Gergo +A, Biro Matyas, Sallo Alpar, Molnar Zoltan, Bocu Florian, Oprea Daniel, Egyed Robert, Gecse Hugo, Peter Balazs, Nagy Tamas, Dumitru Dennis +A, Popa Anton

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    GBR - LTU: 2-2, after one. Shots favour the Brits 13-7.

    Looks like Captain Daniel Bogdziul is giving the Brits a hard time early in the first game. The Lithuanian entry may be young but they do have some talent. The U20 version was only an OT goal away from promoting to Division 1 and several players from that team are now playing in this tournament.

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    Bogdziul with his 4th assist today...

    ...Lithuanians up 5-2 over G.B. early in the third.

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    Day 1-Game 2

    Lithuania - Great Britain 7:3 (2:2, 2:0, 3:1)
    0:1 - 04.50 Jordan Cownie (Chamberlain, Venus) PP2
    0:2 - 05.21 Daniel Rose (Harley, Sullivan) PP1
    1:2 - 05.52 Dominykas Deksnys (Bacevicius, Bogdziul)
    2:2 - 17.22 Ilja Cetvertak (Bogdziul, Rastenis)
    3:2 - 31.25 Ilja Cetvertak(2) (Deksnys, Bogdziul)
    4:2 - 32.48 Simonas Gorelis (Nomanovas)
    5:2 - 41.52 Dominykas Deksnys(2) (Bogdziul, Cizas)
    5:3 - 44.51 Bobby Chamberlain (Clements) SH1
    6:3 - 49.14 Danielius Nomanovas (Bacevicius, Cizas)
    7:3 - 58.07 Daniel Bogdziul
    PIM: 3x2 - 7x2 SOG: 29-35 Att: 248
    Goalkeepers: Donatas Zukovas 32/35 - Daniel Lane 22/29
    Ref: Tommy Soestumoen (NOR) Linesmen: Ramon Sterkens (NED), Simon Wust (SUI)
    LTU: Zukovas Donatas; Rastenis Vaidotas, Cypas Domantas, Gorelis Simonas, Bazys Rokas, Baltrukonis Mauras, Mikalauskas Dalius, Kirilovas Kostas, Cizas Ugnius, Gintautas Paulius, Nomanovas Danielius, Bacevicius Rokas +A, Protcenko Edgar, Deksnys Dominykas +A, Cetcertak Ilja, Bogdziul Daniel +C, Bazevicius Ervinas, Bisturys Dominykas, Marcinkevicius Mantas, Boroska Edvinas, Cetvertak Deivid
    GBR: Lane Daniel; Sullivan Zach, Clements David +C, Venus Ross, Chamberlain Bobby, Cownie Jordan, Godfrey Samuel +A, Russell Benjamin, Rose Daniel, Taylor Floyd +A, Harley Harry, Wallace James, Balmer Declan, Hook Lewis, Knell Elliot, Webb Ryan, Garrity Thomas, Dacres Myles, Pitchley Jake

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    The Netherlands - South Korea should stream here: http://www.omroplive.nl/iishockey
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    Lithuanians are young, but many of the players participated earlyer U18 and U20 WC,s (for example Marcinkevicius, Bacevicius, Bogdziul), so I think they have a good chance for a nice result (maybe for promotion).

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    Looks like hockey in Lithuania, is on the up lately, like everywhere in former Soviet Union. That's good to see.

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    Sweet english commentry.

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    This guy is amazing, "the Netherlands guy with the puck," and the way he commentates the play, especially scoring chances is hilarious.

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    Day 1-Game 3

    Netherlands - Korea 3:4 (2:4, 1:0, 0:0)
    0:1 - 00.35 Geonwoo Kim (D.G.Lee) PP1
    0:2 - 02.25 Seung Hyuk Lee (Y.Kim) PP1
    0:3 - 04.11 Dong Gun Lee (Y.Kim, S.H.Lee) PP1
    0:4 - 08.52 Seung Hyuk Lee(2) (G.Kim)
    1:4 - 10.17 Danny Stempher (van der Schuit, Marx)
    2:4 - 15.05 Rocco van Hoorn (Stempher, Verreijen) PP1
    3:4 - 25.41 Joey Verreijen (Ras)
    PIM: 7x2 - 6x2 SOG: 37-39 Att: 839
    Goalkeepers: Daniel Oordt 6/10 (Jan-Willem Groenheijde 29/29) - Kweonyoung Kim 34/37
    Ref: Alexander Sergeev (RUS) Linesmen: Iikka Kiilunen (FIN), Andreas Kowert (GER)
    NED: Oordt Daniel (50.01 Groenheijde Jan-Willem); van Haren Rick +A, van Gestel Boet, Knoren Jordy, Menting Davey, Henriks Jesse, Hoekstra Mark, Zwartbol Luke, van der Schuit Ryamond, Stempher Danny, Borgman Thomas, Bakker Koen, Gloudemans Willem, Ras Tony +C, de Hondt Reno, Snijder Sebastiaan, Voorn Thijs, Marx Tom +A, van Hoorn Rocco, Staps Cas, Verreijen Joey
    KOR: Kim Kweonyoung; Hong Seongyong, Kim Geonwoo, Lee Dong Gun +C, Kim Younghoon, Lee Seung Hyuk, Kim Youngjun, Chun Sukyong +A, Yoon Jaehyun +A, Jeon Jung Woo, Lee Chongjae, Jeong Hyeon Bin, Oh Min Suk, Oh Gi Ryun, Kim Hyungkyeum, Jung Min Kyu, Kim Young Wook, Kim Tae Ho, Kim Yujin, Bang Jun Young

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ro Herregraven View Post
    It'll be interesting to see how The Netherlands will perform at this tournament. I'm expecting them to compete for medals, not relegation. They need to stay out of the penalty-box though, that could be their downfall.
    *cough*
    Penalty 00:26 00:35 NED 2 min. 23 HENDRIKS J - Hooking
    Goal 00:35 0 : 1 KOR PP1 22 KIM G (1) 2 LEE DG
    Penalty 01:18 02:25 NED 2 min. 10 RAS T - Slashing
    Goal 02:25 0 : 2 KOR PP1 18 LEE SH (1) 4 KIM Y
    Penalty 02:36 04:11 NED 2 min. 13 van HOORN R - Tripping
    Goal 04:11 0 : 3 KOR PP1 2 LEE DG (1) 4 KIM Y 18 LEE SH
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    Koreans are very fast skaters but in the same time they don't like body play, or better to say their play is not so smooth if opponent answer with lot of checks. It was first game, it looks good on the stream, small Korean player #2 was very comfortable in the game. Netherland like to play hard, but bad start in first period blow the better result.
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    Day one results absolutely confirmed statement about this group as very leveled in terms of quality. Croatia lost very important game and made one step back in surviving this division. Of course, it's early to say anything. Lithuania with great win against GB, very leveled game between host and Koreans. I'm looking forward to today games, it will be very interesting to see the results.
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    Today Gold medal game at 13:30? (Lithuania - Romania)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahtikullervo View Post
    Today Gold medal game at 14:30? (Lithuania - Romania)
    If Lithuania will win, then I say yes, it is, but if Romania will take I believe it's still wide open, because I don't think Romania will finish this tournament without slipping up at least once. They're not that good.

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    Gold medal game?, It's too early... what about Korea, also GBR can be "back in the game" if they win today

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    Day 2-Game 4

    Romania - Lithuania 3:1 (2:0, 0:0, 1:1)
    1:0 - 05.52 Csanad Okos
    2:0 - 19.51 Szabolcs Hildebrand (Okos, Tranca)
    3:0 - 40.39 Daniel Tranca (Okos)
    3:1 - 45.01 Ilja Cetvertak (Bogdziul, Kirilovas)
    PIM: 6x2+1x10 - 6x2 SOG: 38-34 Att: 154
    Goalkeepers: Otto Onodi 33/34 - Donatas Zukovas 35/38
    Ref: Zhanyong Wang (CHN) Linesmen: Lei Feng (CHN), Ramon Sterkens (NED)
    ROU: Onodi Otto; Hodos Detre, Bors Huba, Tranca Daniel +C, Okos Csanad, Hildebrand Szabolcs, Tamas Nandor, Biro Gergo +A, Biro Matyas, Sallo Alpar, Peter Balazs, Oprea Daniel, Egyed Robert, Dumitru Dennis +A, Gecse Hugo, Molnar Zoltan, Bocu Florian, Nagy Tamas, Popa Anton
    LTU: Zukovas Donatas; Rastenis Vaidotas, Cypas Domantas, Gorelis Simonas, Bazys Rokas, Boroska Edvinas, Mikalauskas Dalius, Kirilovas Kostas, Cizas Ugnius, Gintautas Paulius, Nomanovas Danielius, Bacevicius Rokas +A, Protcenko Edgar, Deksnys Dominykas +A, Cetvertak Ilja, Bogdziul Daniel +C, Bazevicius Ervinas, Bisturys Dominykas, Marcinkevicius Mantas, Cetvertak Deivid

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    The livestream is online again for NED-GBR: http://www.omroplive.nl/iishockey

    Commentary is done by Justin Bekkering, assisted by Mike Nason.
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    It's crazy that Ilja Cetvertak is only 14 years old and he is so competative already at U18 level. 3 goals in two games, he should join Bogdziul and join some Swedish junior team to continue his development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ro Herregraven View Post
    The livestream is online again for NED-GBR: http://www.omroplive.nl/iishockey

    Commentary is done by Justin Bekkering, assisted by Mike Nason.
    Doing a good job, of course you can tell they're not professional commentry, but when it comes to hockey they know what they're talking about.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oz View Post
    It's crazy that Ilja Cetvertak is only 14 years old and he is so competative already at U18 level. 3 goals in two games, he should join Bogdziul and join some Swedish junior team to continue his development.
    I do believe Ilves (where Bogdziul plays) are finnish, but yeah either of those two junior leagues would probably help a player like that develop. Isn't the finnish juniors a more common place to go for a lot of baltic players in general more so than the swedish system, maybe not so much the latvians, but the Estonians as well.
    Last edited by WHawks; 01-04-2012 at 19:56.

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    Day 2-Game 5

    Great Britain - Netherlands 4:3/OT (1:2, 1:1, 1:0, 1:0)
    0:1 - 07.56 Sebastiaan Snijder (de Hondt, Knoren) PP1
    1:1 - 08.45 Ross Venus (Cownie, Chamberlain)
    1:2 - 12.10 Tony Ras (de Hondt, Snijder)
    2:2 - 35.11 Jordan Cownie (Venus, Chamberlain)
    2:3 - 39.17 Danny Stempher (Verrreijen, Marx) PP1
    3:3 - 40.31 Bobby Chamberlain (Venus)
    4:3 - 64.16 Ross Venus
    PIM: 4x2 - 2x2 SOG: 38-30 Att: 621
    Goalkeepers: Daniel Lane 27/30 - Jan-Willem Groenheijde 34/38
    Ref: Tommy Soestumoen (NOR) Linesmen: Andreas Kowert (GER), Maarten van den Acker (BEL)
    GBR: Lane Daniel; Clements David +C, Russell Benjamin, Venus Ross, Chamberlain Bobby, Cownie Jordan, Sullivan Zach, Godfrey Samuel +A, Rose Daniel, Taylor Floyd +A, Harley Harry, Garrity Thomas, Wallace James, Balmer Declan, Hook Lewis, Knell Elliot, Dacres Myles, Pitchley Jake, Webb Ryan
    NED: Groenheijde Jan-Willem; van Haren Rick +A, van Gestel Boet, Marx Tom +A, van der Schuit Raymond, Hoekstra Mark, Zwartbol Luke, Knoren Jordy, Menting Davey, Hendriks Jesse, Bakker Koen, Gloudemans Willem, Ras Tony +C, de Hondt Reno, Snijder Sebastiaan, Voorn Thijs, van Hoorn Rocco, Staps Cas, Verreijen Joey, Borgman Thomas
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    Day 2-Game 6

    Korea - Croatia 3:2/SO (0:1, 0:0, 2:1, 0:0-1:0)
    0:1 - 09.25 Luka Boric (Sakic)
    1:1 - 45.58 Dong Gun Lee SH1
    1:2 - 47.41 Viktor Cerinski (Sakic)
    2:2 - 59.24 Chongjae Lee (Y.Kim) SH1
    3:2 - 65.00 Dong Gun Lee
    PIM: 8x2 - 8x2+1x10 SOG: 40-35 Att: 111
    Goalkeepers: Yeonseung Lee 33/35 - Ivan Stimac Rojtinic 37/40
    Ref: Peter Haxell (NZL) Linesmen: Iikka Kiilunen (FIN), Simon Wust (SUI)
    KOR: Lee Yeonseung; Hong Seongyong, Kim Geonwoo, Lee Dong Gun +C, Kim Younghoon, Lee Seung Hyuk, Kim Youngjun, Chun Sukyoung +A, Yoon Jaehyun +A, Jeon Jung Woo, Lee Chongjae, Oh Min Suk, Oh Gi Ryun, Kim Hyungkyeum, Jung Min Kyu, Kim Tae Ho, Jeong Hyeon Bin, Kim Young Wook, Kim Yujin, Bang Jun Young
    CRO: Stimac Rojtinic Ivan; Kegalj Bruno, Skrapec Roman +A, Jarcov Filip, Simunovic Ivan, Jankovic Ivan, Boric Luka, Kapetanic Domagoj, Cerovecki Robert, Sakic Marko +C, Vukoja Luka +A, Cerinski Viktor, Boric Toni, Kovacek Tin, Ruzic Luka, Milicic Matija, Raknic Tommy, Jazbec Josip, Martinec Mislav, Szabo David, Novotny Jan

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    check GK´s for GBR
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHawks View Post
    I do believe Ilves (where Bogdziul plays) are finnish, but yeah either of those two junior leagues would probably help a player like that develop. Isn't the finnish juniors a more common place to go for a lot of baltic players in general more so than the swedish system, maybe not so much the latvians, but the Estonians as well.
    In nineties a lot of Latvians indeed went to Finland, though nowadays Sweden is the usual destination for our prospects, but yeah, Estonians obviously picks Finland for obvious reasons. Hard to analyze Lithuanian (Estonian too actually) trends when hockey is so low on the food chain, though lately I see more and more Lithuanians playing in Moscow Junior league, so who knows what dictates their choice, but as I said it's hard to talk about trends when so few players are actually playing hockey at serious level.

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    Day 3-Game 7

    Korea - Lithuania 2:3/SO (0:1, 1:1, 1:0, 0:0-0:1)
    0:1 - 06.58 Daniel Bogdziul (Cypas, Marcinkevicius) PP1
    0:2 - 22.33 Dominykas Deksnys (I.Cetvertak, Bogdziul)
    1:2 - 34.22 Youngjun Kim (Yoon, Jeon) PP1
    2:2 - 48.57 Chongjae Lee (Yoon)
    2:3 - 65.00 Ilja Cetvertak
    PIM: 6x2+1x10 - 4x2 SOG: 32-31 Att: 119
    Goalkeepers: Kweonyoung Kim 28/31 - Donatas Zukovas 30/32
    Ref: Tommy Soestumoen (NOR) Linesmen: Iikka Kiilunen (FIN), Andreas Kowert (GER)
    KOR: Kim Kweonyoung; Hong Seongyong, Kim Geonwoo, Lee Dong Gun +C, Kim Younghoon, Lee Seung Hyuk, Kim Youngjun, Chun Sukyoung +A, Yoon Jaehyun +A, Jeon Jung Woo, Lee Chongjae, Oh Min Suk, Oh Gi Ryun, Kim Hyungkyeum, Jung Min Kyu, Kim Tae Ho, Jeong Hyeon Bin, Kim Young Wook, Kim Yujin, Bang Jun Young
    LTU: Zukovas Donatas; Rastenis Vaidotas, Cypas Domantas, Gorelis Simonas, Bazys Rokas, Boroska Edvinas, Mikalauskas Dalius, Kirilovas Kostas, Cizas Ugnius, Gintautas Paulius, Nomanovas Danielius, Bacevicius Rokas +A, Protcenko Edgar, Deksnys Dominykas +A, Cetvertak Ilja, Bogdziul Daniel +C, Bazevicius Ervinas, Bisturys Dominykas, Macinkevicius Mantas, Cetvertak Deivid

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