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Thread: 2013 World Championships Division I A - Budapest, Hungary April 14-20, 2013.

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    2013 World Championships Division I A - Budapest, Hungary April 14-20, 2013.

    The ticket prices were published today.

    Bérletárak december 31-ig = Tournament passes until 31. December
    Bérletárak január 1-től = Tournament passes from 1. January
    Napijegy január 1-től = Daily tickets from 1. January (until 1. January daily tickets are not on sale)

    Exchange rates on 5th December: 1 EUR = 283 HUF, 100 HUF = 0.35335 EUR

    110, 111, 112 sectors are reserved for the loudest HUN fans.

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    Go Kazakhstan, lets get back into the top division. We have a solid team this year and have a great chance at winning this one.

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    Any information of Hungarian and other teams' rosters? I'll travel in Budapest to cover the tournament as a writing reporter. I hope to meet some forum members there :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by EVH View Post
    Any information of Hungarian and other teams' rosters? I'll travel in Budapest to cover the tournament as a writing reporter. I hope to meet some forum members there :)
    I think it's too early for any roster. They will change a lot as the playoffs in the home leagues go on.

    I will be there, for sure :-) Expect for sold-out games every night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerusz View Post
    I think it's too early for any roster. They will change a lot as the playoffs in the home leagues go on.

    I will be there, for sure :-) Expect for sold-out games every night.
    I guess only Hungarian games will be sold out or is there interest for other teams' games also? I'm looking for very enthusiast atmosphere in Hungarian games, better than in Finnish SM-liiga play off games.

    Is Zsoltan Hetenyi out of question when considering the potential goaltenders for Hungarian net?

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    Great Britain
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    Japan
    Kazakhstan
    Korea

    Papp László Budapest Sportaréna, capacity: 12,500


    Tournament fixtures
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    14/4 Japan Kazakhstan 12.30 Budapest Sportaréna
    14/4 Korea Italy 16.00Budapest Sportaréna
    14/4 Great Britain Hungary 19.30Budapest Sportaréna
    15/4 Italy Japan 12.30Budapest Sportaréna
    15/4 Kazakhstan Great Britain 16.00Budapest Sportaréna
    15/4 Hungary Korea 19.30 Budapest Sportaréna
    17/4 Korea Japan 12.30Budapest Sportaréna
    17/4 Italy Great Britain 16.00Budapest Sportaréna
    17/4 Kazakhstan Hungary 19.30Budapest Sportaréna
    19/4 Kazakhstan Korea 12.30Budapest Sportaréna
    19/4 Japan Great Britain 16.00Budapest Sportaréna
    19/4 Hungary Italy 19.30Budapest Sportaréna
    20/4 Great Britain Korea 12.30Budapest Sportaréna
    20/4 Italy Kazakhstan 16.00Budapest Sportaréna
    20/4 Hungary Japan 19.30Budapest Sportaréna

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    Supposedly Dallman is commited to playing for Kazakhs once more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oz View Post
    Supposedly Dallman is commited to playing for Kazakhs once more.
    Just recently his team completed their season winning bronze in KHL, so he is available to join Kazakh team and therefore he must fix his mistake he did at Olympic qualification round in Latvia

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    1. Kazakhstan
    2. Italy
    3. Hungary
    4. Great Britain
    5. Japan
    6. Korea DR

    Just my preliminary thoughts. I'd say because their at home Hungary has a decent chance at advancing. The Laszlo Papp is going to be rocking!! Wish I could be there.
    Italy and Kazakhstan are the strongest on paper but Hungary will give them a run for their money.
    Japan always has the ability to play well in these tournaments with their speed. Fukufuji will have to be a stone wall in net though if they hope to advance. Don't know much about this Korean team but I like what Tony Hand has done with Great Britain and hope they continue to progress.

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    Thanks Premier Sports for showing all the GB games live too!! Although I hope Kazakhstan win, GB 2nd or 3rd would be nice
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    Kazakhstan beat Austria in friendly games: 4-3 first match, and yesterday 2-1.

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    Big tournament this for Team GB, could so easily go down, The Kazahs and especially Italy will be hard to handle. Japan and Hungary traditionally tough opponents and the recent Olympic qualifying defeat against the improving Koreans. Lots to worry about, however saying that. Things could easily go the other way, wins over Hungary/Japan/Korea would set up needing to take points of either the Kazah's or italians, could happen!

    I would like to see Korea stay up (not at GB's expense though) would be good for Hockey in the region. Would also like to see the Hungarian's go up, purely for being the only team without a Canadien.

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    I really want 1 of the Asian teams to promote (it has been a while since the Top Division consisted of nations from 3 different continents), but I have to put off the pink glasses - my money on Italy and Hungary.

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    Preparation games:
    Hungaria - Poland 4-2
    Japan - Poland 5-2

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    Do we now whether Belarus is granted a place in Elite Divison next year as host? I.e., what happens if Belarus is last in their group this year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElTres View Post
    Do we now whether Belarus is granted a place in Elite Divison next year as host? I.e., what happens if Belarus is last in their group this year?
    It will be same like before few years with Germany.
    Belarus will stay in elite division even if they finish last this year.

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    I guess so. Would this mean only one team is promoted from Div. IA? EDIT: probably not.

    From IIHF WC page:
    "Relegation format
    The overall bottom ranked two teams will be relegated to the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division Group A.
    The 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship will consist of 16 teams including the team of the organizing member national association, thus Belarus cannot be among the two relegated teams.
    The teams promoted to the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship will be the top-two teams of the 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I Group A."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukfan View Post
    Big tournament this for Team GB, could so easily go down, The Kazahs and especially Italy will be hard to handle. Japan and Hungary traditionally tough opponents and the recent Olympic qualifying defeat against the improving Koreans. Lots to worry about, however saying that. Things could easily go the other way, wins over Hungary/Japan/Korea would set up needing to take points of either the Kazah's or italians, could happen!

    I would like to see Korea stay up (not at GB's expense though) would be good for Hockey in the region. Would also like to see the Hungarian's go up, purely for being the only team without a Canadien.
    There were no Canadian on the British preliminary roster if I remember correctly, Sarich was absent. (Don't have the list on hand)

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    Will the GB games have a live stream? Any other word on live streams for this tournament?

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    Kazakhstan beat Slovenia 2:1 in a friendly, the team is looking good, 3/3 so far in friendlies. If they can carry over this play into the tournament, they should take first without too much trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otgoal21 View Post
    Will the GB games have a live stream? Any other word on live streams for this tournament?
    Well Premier Sports will be showing the games so there should be a stream up somewhere! They claim to have an online service but I can't see it, might be for non UK
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    Well if it is for non-UK that would be great for me!

    Graham or Gareth, have you noticed any trend in increased coverage/media attention on Ice Hockey over the last few months.
    From an outisders perspective, the run of the national team in Qualifying and some of the other news briefs over the last 5 or 6 months are very positive.

    On an individual scale, the success of Robert Dowd in the Allsvenskan and Ben O'Connor in the Kazakh league are hopefully good catalysts in having more top-end British players ply their trade in other leagues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otgoal21 View Post
    Well if it is for non-UK that would be great for me!

    Graham or Gareth, have you noticed any trend in increased coverage/media attention on Ice Hockey over the last few months.
    From an outisders perspective, the run of the national team in Qualifying and some of the other news briefs over the last 5 or 6 months are very positive.

    On an individual scale, the success of Robert Dowd in the Allsvenskan and Ben O'Connor in the Kazakh league are hopefully good catalysts in having more top-end British players ply their trade in other leagues.
    I'm not British, but I do frequent the BBC for news. Back when the Olympic qualifications were going on, the hockey team results made the front page of their sports section for a couple days. Its the first time I can remember ever seeing hockey have the top headline on the BBC's sports page, which is pretty good.

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    Some local info:

    Every day will be sold out.

    There will be a fan zone just outside the Arena with projectors, beer, etc. There will also be an exhibition in the adjoining sports museum about the history of the hungarian icehockey, with special focus on the first ever IHWC in Budapest which was held exactly 30 years ago in the former Budapest Sportcsarnok.

    The fan zone will close at 23.00, but the Pop Bar (http://www.facebook.com/popbarbudapest ) in the city (Király utca 11., Metro: Deák tér station from the Arena) will be open for the icehockey fans until they will have guests in hockey jerseys, as they promise...

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    Quote Originally Posted by otgoal21 View Post
    Well if it is for non-UK that would be great for me!

    Graham or Gareth, have you noticed any trend in increased coverage/media attention on Ice Hockey over the last few months.
    From an outisders perspective, the run of the national team in Qualifying and some of the other news briefs over the last 5 or 6 months are very positive.

    On an individual scale, the success of Robert Dowd in the Allsvenskan and Ben O'Connor in the Kazakh league are hopefully good catalysts in having more top-end British players ply their trade in other leagues.
    Its creeping its way into the news, only because we did extremely well to get to Sochi Quals, so now we are expected to carry on that trend at this tournament!.. If we fail all th news will go away like usual. The Elite League is doing 'ok'. It has the weekly highlight show on SKY TV as well as the scores on Sky Sports News and in some local newspapers.

    As for Dowd and O'Conner - we hear nothing about them in the news at all, You have to already know about it to find the news kinda thing
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    Hungary

    Hungarian Roster

    Goalies
    Bálizs Bence - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Rajna Miklós - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Szuper Levente - Vasas
    Deffenders:
    Gőz Balázs - Miskolci Jegesmedvék
    Horváth András - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Pozsgai Tamás - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Sille Tamás - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Szélig Viktor - Briancon (FRA)
    Szirányi Bence - Miskolci Jegesmedvék
    Tokaji Viktor - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Vas Márton - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Forwards:
    Bartalis István - Troja/Ljungby (SWE)
    Benk András - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Hári János - Modo (SWE)
    Kovács Csaba - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Ladányi Balázs - Bolzano (ITA)
    Magosi Bálint - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Mihály Árpád - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Nagy Gergő - Miskolci Jegesmedvék
    Nagy Krisztián - Miskolci Jegesmedvék
    Sikorcin Ladislav - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Sofron István - Sapa Fehérvár AV19
    Vas János - Dijon (FRA)

    Hetényi is available and played in the preparation games , but will not play at the WC(maybe because of his affair in the USA). No player from MOL-league and Hungarian champion DAB-Docler.

    I think the biggest problem is the lack of competitive games, because of the early fallin' out from the Olimpyc Qualification. Most of our opponents played 4-5 games at april aggainst wel-motivated and well-prepared teams, but we not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDani View Post
    Hetényi is available and played in the preparation games , but will not play at the WC(maybe because of his affair in the USA). No player from MOL-league and Hungarian champion DAB-Docler.

    I think the biggest problem is the lack of competitive games, because of the early fallin' out from the Olimpyc Qualification. Most of our opponents played 4-5 games at april aggainst wel-motivated and well-prepared teams, but we not.
    According to the info I received, Hetenyi won't be here at all. Hungary played against Japan and won them 7-0. That was mainly because the Japanese were recovering from jetlag. Let's hope the Hungarians could pull up some upsets here.

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    Can anyone tell me if there are any video streams that i can get in canada

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    Quote Originally Posted by japcan View Post
    Can anyone tell me if there are any video streams that i can get in canada
    Every match of the brits will be broadcasted on Premiere Sports I think, HUN matches will be broadcasted on Sport1TV, Sport2TV or SportM (starting with SportM on Sunday), you should look for streams of these channels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerusz View Post
    Every match of the brits will be broadcasted on Premiere Sports I think, HUN matches will be broadcasted on Sport1TV, Sport2TV or SportM (starting with SportM on Sunday), you should look for streams of these channels.
    Yes Premier Sports in the UK
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    TV schedule on the Hungarian Sport TV:

    14.04. 19:00: HUN-GBR (face-off at 19:30) Sport M
    15.04. 15.45: KAZ-GBR Sport 2
    15.04. 19.15: HUN-KOR Sport 1
    17.04. 15.45: ITA-GBR Sport 2
    17.04. 19.15: HUN-KAZ Sport 2
    19.04. 19.15: HUN-ITA Sport 1
    20.04. 15.45: ITA-KAZ Sport 2
    20.04. 19.15: HUN-JPN Sport 2

    I hope you will find streams about the matches.

    all times are hungarian times which is GMT +2 right now.

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    Great Britain Great Britain final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Stephen Murphy (Belfast Giants)
    Ben Bowns (Hull Stingrays)

    Defenders
    Mark Richardson (Cardiff Devils)
    Stephen Lee (Nottingham Panthers)
    David Phillips (Belfast Giants)
    Jonathan Weaver (Nottingham Panthers)
    Daniel Meyers (Sheffield Steelers)
    Mark Thomas (Sheffield Steelers)
    Luke Boothroyd (Manchester Phoenix)

    Forwards
    Aaron Nell (Swindon Wildcats)
    David Clarke (Nottingham Panthers)
    Craig Peacock (Belfast Giants)
    Matthew Myers (Nottingham Panthers)
    Benjamin Davies (Cardiff Devils)
    Robert Farmer (Braehead Clan)
    Robert Dowd (IF Torja-Ljungby)
    Robert Lachowicz (Nottingham Panthers)
    Gregory Owen (Basingstoke Bison)
    Colin Shields (Belfast Giants)
    Jonathan Phillips (Sheffield Steelers)
    Ashley Tait (Sheffield Steelers)
    Phillip Hill (Cardiff Devils)

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    Italy Italy final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Adam Dennis (Alleghe Hockey)
    Andreas Bernard (Jukurit Mikkeli)

    Defenders
    Andrea Ambrosi (Bolzano Foxes)
    Christian Borgatello (Bolzano Foxes)
    Armin Hofer (Pustertal Bruneck)
    Alexander Egger (Bolzano Foxes)
    Daniel Sullivan (HC Asiago)
    Stefano Marchetti (HC Asiago)
    Trevor Johnson (HC Valpellice)
    Armin Helfer (Pustertal Bruneck)

    Forwards
    Markus Gander (Bolzano Foxes)
    Marco Insam (Bolzano Foxes)
    Giulio Scandella (IK Oskershamn)
    Nicola Fontanive (Alleghe Hockey)
    Nathan di Casmirro (HC Valpellice)
    Luca Felicetti (SG Cortina)
    Diego Kostner (HC Lugano)
    Anton Bernard (Bolzano Foxes)
    Vincent Rocco (Alleghe Hockey)
    Patrick Iannone (Pustertal Bruneck)
    Robert Sirianni (HC Valpellice)
    David Borrelli (HC Asiago)

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    Japan Japan final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Michikazu Hata (Tohoku Free Blades)
    Yutaka Fukufuji (Nikko Ice Bucks)

    Defenders
    Kazumasa Sasaki (Oji Eagles)
    Aaron Keller (Oji Eagles)
    Kotaro Yamada (Waseda University)
    Makoto Kawashima (Oji Eagles)
    Ryo Hashimoto (Oji Eagles)
    Shinya Yanadori (Nippon Paper Cranes)
    Yosuke Haga (Oji Eagles)

    Forwards
    Yuto Osawa (Mora IK)
    Hiroshi Sato (Nippon Paper Cranes)
    Takuma Kawai (Tohoku Free Blades)
    Kenta Takagi (Nippon Paper Cranes)
    Go Tanaka (Tohoku Free Blades)
    Kohei Mitamura (Oji Eagles)
    Naoto Mizuuchi (Tohoku Free Blades)
    Takahito Suzuki (Nikko Ice Bucks)
    Shuhei Kuji (Oji Eagles)
    Ryo Tanaka (Tohoku Free Blades)
    Seiji Takahashi (Oji Eagles)
    Hiroki Ueno (Nikko Ice Bucks)
    Takuro Yamashita (Tohoku Free Blades)

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    Kazakhstan Kazakhstan final roster

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    Pavel Poluektov (Barys Astana)
    Vitali Kolesnik (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl)

    Defenders
    Roman Savchenko (Barys Astana)
    Vitali Novopashin (Barys Astana)
    Yevgeni Blokhin (Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk)
    Maxim Semyonov (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl)
    Yevgeni Fadeyev (Barys Astana)
    Andrei Korabeinikov (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Vladislav Kolesnikov (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)

    Forwards
    Talgat Zhailauov (Barys Astana)
    Andrei Spiridonov (Barys Astana)
    Fyodor Polishuk (Barys Astana)
    Viktor Alexandrov (Barys Astana)
    Ilya Solarev (Barys Astana)
    Konstantin Savenkov (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Dmitri Upper (Barys Astana)
    Roman Starchenko (Barys Astana)
    Vadim Krasnoslobodtsev (Barys Astana)
    Maxim Belyayev (Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk)
    Konstantin Pushkaryov (Barys Astana)
    Konstantin Romanov (Barys Astana)

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    Korea Korea final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Hyunseung Eum (Anyang Halla)
    Sungje Park (Sangmu)

    Defenders
    Don Ku Lee (Anyang Halla)
    Hyonho Oh (High1)
    Hyeok Kim (High1)
    Wooyoung Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Kyungwon Yoon (Anyang Halla)
    Yoonhwan Kim (Sangmu)
    Donghwan Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Seungyup Lee (Anyang Halla)

    Forwards
    Jiman Yoon (Anyang Halla)
    Hyunmin Ahn (High1)
    Won Jung Kim (Sangmu)
    Woosang Park (Sangmu)
    Sanghoon Shin (Yonsei University)
    Sangwook Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Yongjun Lee (Sangmu)
    Tae An Kwon (High1)
    Kisung Kim (Sangmu)
    Sangwoo Sin (Anyang Halla)
    Minho Cho (Anyang Halla)
    Brock Radunske (Anyang Halla)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Goalkeepers
    Stephen Murphy (Belfast Giants)
    Ben Bowns (Hull Stingrays)

    Defenders
    Mark Richardson (Cardiff Devils)
    Stephen Lee (Nottingham Panthers)
    David Phillips (Belfast Giants)
    Jonathan Weaver (Nottingham Panthers)
    Daniel Meyers (Sheffield Steelers)
    Mark Thomas (Sheffield Steelers)
    Luke Boothroyd (Manchester Phoenix)
    Shame no Ben O'Connor. Can't seem to find why he isn't here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garethw87 View Post
    Shame no Ben O'Connor. Can't seem to find why he isn't here?
    Playing with his club for 3rd, apparently he wanted out but they said no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Playing with his club for 3rd, apparently he wanted out but they said no.
    Paldies!
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    I expect Kazakhstan to win with this roster they are having. I also give Italy advantage against Hungary while Japan should finish 4th. Weakened Great Britain will very provavly be on the bottom of the table in fight with Korea for surviving in this division. I'll go for an upset and have Korea on 5th place and GBR relegated.
    Hokej u Hrvatskoj ima svijetlu budućnost SAMO AKO mjerodavni ljudi rade svoj posao kako treba - Pršljen
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    Quote Originally Posted by japcan View Post
    Can anyone tell me if there are any video streams that i can get in canada
    For the tonight match between GBR and HUN, you can try this one: http://www.hahasport.com/c-3.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerusz View Post
    For the tonight match between GBR and HUN, you can try this one: http://www.hahasport.com/c-3.html
    http://www.icehockeyuk.co.uk/radio-c...-games-p183205

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    Hi kerusz, and do you have LIVE stream for KAZ games also? :) Im not to far from budapest, it is Bratislava, Slovakia :)

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    I now it's in Hungarian, but here we have a complete database about the tournament, with players portraits, and so on. Click on the blue coloured texts and you will easily find out what you get there... :-)

    Back to the home: click on the blue VB text in the header of the page

    http://www.jegkorongblog.hu/?league=vb#s_tabella=0

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    Day 1; Game 1

    Japan - Kazakhstan 2:5 (1:1, 1:2, 0:2)
    1:0 - 12.56 Go Tanaka (Kuji)
    1:1 - 07.07 Konstantin Savenkov
    1:2 - 25.44 Konstantin Romanov (Korabeinikov)
    2:2 - 28.57 Takuma Kawai (Keller, Kuji) PP1
    2:3 - 39.20 Viktor Alexandrov (Starchenko, Upper) PP1
    2:4 - 55.19 Talgat Zhailauov (Upper)
    2:5 - 58.20 Konstantin Romanov(2) (Pushkaryov)
    PIM: 7x2 - 7x2 SOG: 31-39 Att: 802
    Goalkeepers: Yutaka Fukufuji 34/39 - Vitali Kolesnik 29/31
    Refs: Alexander Sergeev (RUS), Maxim Sidorenko (BLR) Linesmen: David Brown (USA), Marton Nemeth (HUN)
    JPN: Fukufuji Yutaka; Keller Aaron +A, Hashimoto Ryo, Kawai Takuma, Tanaka Go +C, Kuji Shuhei +A, Yamada Kotaro, Kawashima Makoto, Sato Hiroshi, Mitamura Kohei, Ueno Hiroki, Yanadori Shinya, Haga Yosuke, Suzuki Takahito, Tanaka Ryo, Yamashita Takuro, Sasaki Kazumasa, Osawa Yuto, Takagi Kenta, Mizuuchi Naoto, Takahashi Seiji
    KAZ: Kolesnik Vitali; Novopashin Vitali, Blokhin Yevgeni, Alexandrov Viktor, Upper Dmitri +A, Starchenko Roman, Semyonov Maxim, Zhailauov Talgat, Polishuk Fyodor +A, Krasnoslobodtsev Vadim, Korabeinikov Andrei, Kolesnikov Vladislav, Spiridonov Andrei, Pushkayov Konstantin, Romanov Konstantin, Fadeyev Yevgeni, Troshinski Alexei +C, Solarev Ilya, Savenkov Konstantin, Balyayev Maxim

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    Well that's a surprisingly unconvincing scoreline, I didn't see the game but remembering how awesome Kazakhs looked in OGQ in February I thought on Italy and Hungary could really test this roster. I know everything happens how it happens within IIHF, but kinda hoped that finally Bondarev and Rudenko are allowed to compete for Kazakh NT. Anyway I'm just glad that Alexandrov again is suiting up, kinda already thought that he has burned out after couple of unimpressive KHL seasons.

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    Day 1; Game 2

    Korea - Italy 0:4 (0:1, 0:2, 0:1)
    0:1 - 04.46 Diego Kostner (Iannone)
    0:2 - 22.53 Robert Sirianni (Borrelli, Johnson) PP1
    0:3 - 38.48 David Borrelli (Rocco)
    0:4 - 53.56 Stefano Marchetti (Iannone, Kostner)
    PIM: 7x2 - 3x2 SOG: 18-38 Att: 1205
    Goalkeepers: Hyunseung Eum 27/30 (Sungje Park 7/8) - Adam Dennis 18/18
    Refs: Thomas Berneker (AUT), Daniel Konc (SVK) Linesmen: Jiri Gebauer (CZE), Joris Muller (SUI)
    KOR: Eum Hyunseung (16.00 Park Sungje); Lee Don Ku, Kim Donghwan +C, Kim Sangwook, Kim Kisung, Radunske Brock +A, Kim Wooyoung, Kim Yoonhwan, Kim Won Jung, Sin Sangwoo, Cho Minho, Oh Hyonho, Kim Hyeok, Yoon Jiman, Ahn Hyunmin, Kwon Tae En, Yoon Kyungwon, Lee Seungyup, Park Woosang, Shin Sanghoon, Lee Yongjun +A
    ITA: Dennis Adam; Borgatello Christian +A, Egger Alexander +C, Gander Markus, Insam Marco, Bernard Anton, Sullivan Daniel, Johnson Trevor, di Casmirro Nathan, Sirianni Robert, Borrelli David, Hofer Armin, Marchetti Stefano, Fontanive Nicola, Kostner Diego, Iannone Patrick, Ambrosi Andrea, Helfer Armin +A, Felicetti Luca, Rocco Vincent

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    you can also try to follow the match here: http://www.youtube.com/user/magyarje...&v=IeDZLEAxfug

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