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    2014 IIHF World U20 Div.IB - Dumfries, Great Britain; 9th-15th.Dec

    France
    Great Britain
    Italy
    Japan
    Kazakhstan
    Ukraine

    Dumfries Ice Bowl, capacity: 1,000


    Tournament fixtures
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    9/12 Ukraine Kazakhstan 13:00 Dumfries Ice Bowl
    9/12 Japan France 16:30Dumfries Ice Bowl
    9/12 Great Britain Italy 20:00Dumfries Ice Bowl
    10/12 Italy Japan 13:00Dumfries Ice Bowl
    10/12 France Ukraine 16:30Dumfries Ice Bowl
    10/12 Kazakhstan Great Britain 20:00 Dumfries Ice Bowl
    12/12 Japan Ukraine 13.00Dumfries Ice Bowl
    12/12 Kazakhstan Italy 16.30Dumfries Ice Bowl
    12/12 France Great Britain 20.00Dumfries Ice Bowl
    14/12 Italy France 13.00Dumfries Ice Bowl
    14/12 Kazakhstan Japan 16.30Dumfries Ice Bowl
    14/12 Ukraine Great Britain 20.00Dumfries Ice Bowl
    15/12 France Kazakhstan 13.00Dumfries Ice Bowl
    15/12 Italy Ukraine 16.30Dumfries Ice Bowl
    15/12 Great Britain Japan 20.00Dumfries Ice Bowl

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    France France final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Tom Aubrun (Rouen)
    Antoine Bonvalot (Grenoble)

    Defenders
    Aurelien Dorey (Rouen)
    Gaetan Cannizzo (Brest)
    Nicolas Leclerc (Amiens)
    Pierre Crinon (Dijon)
    Quentin Scolari (Grenoble)
    Hugo Gallet (Amiens)
    Fabien Bourgeois (Amiens)

    Forwards
    Romain Chapuis (Grenoble)
    Kevin Bozon (HC Lugano)
    Jordann Perret (Grenoble)
    Lou Bogdanoff (Stars 74)
    Maurin Bouvet (Corpus Christi IceRays)
    Johan Saint-Andre (Rouen)
    Julien Laplace (Stars 74)
    Fabien Metais (Caen)
    Fabien Kazarine (Amiens)
    Floran Douay (Briançon)
    Guillaume Leclerc (Austin Bruins)

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    Great Britain Great Britain final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Adam Goss (Coventry Blaze)
    Jordan Hedley (Milton Keynes Lightning)

    Defenders
    Daniel Rose (Telford Tigers)
    Zach Sullivan (Basingstoke Bison)
    Declan Balmer (Peterborough Phantoms)
    Craig Moore (Ogden Mustangs)
    Benjamin Russell (Milton Keynes Lightning)
    Matthew Selby (Coventry Blaze)
    David Clements (Ogden Mustangs)
    Adam Jones (Lower Austria Stars)
    Samuel Godfrey (Swindon Wildcats)

    Forwards
    Ross Venus (Coventry Blaze)
    Oliver Betteridge (Swindon Wildcats)
    Bobby Chamberlain (Hull Stingrays)
    Jordan Cownie (Milton Keynes Lightning)
    Liam Morris (Toronto Attack)
    Floyd Taylor (Swindon Wildcats)
    Lewis Hook (Peterborough Phantoms)
    Liam Stewart (Spokane Chiefs)
    Ivan Antonov (Bracknell Bees)
    Shawn Mackie (Lakefield Chiefs)
    Samuel Duggan (Bracknell Bees)

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    Italy Italy final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Martin Rabanser (PAL Jr. Islanders)
    Daniel Morandell (SV Kaltern)

    Defenders
    Ivan Tauferer (Ritten Sport)
    Michael Messner (Sterzing Broncos)
    Simon Vinatzer (HC Gherdeina)
    Luca Mattivi (HC Asiago)
    Ivan Althuber (Pusteral Bruneck)
    Daniel Glira (Pustertal Bruneck)
    Andreas Radin (Pustertal Bruneck)

    Forwards
    Peter Hochkofler (Red Bull Salzburg
    Oliver Schenk (HC Gherdeina)
    Fabrizio Pace (HC Asiago)
    Daniel Frank (HC Meran)
    Matteo Mondon-Marin (HC Valpellice)
    Riccardo Lacdelli (SG Cortina)
    Andreas Alber (Ritten Sport)
    Jan Pavlu (Red Bull Salzburg)
    Tommaso Terzago (HC Lugano)
    Paolo Morini (HC Lugano)
    Giovanni Morini (HC Lugano)
    Joachim Ramoser (Red Bull Salzburg)
    Michele Marchetti (SHC Fassa)

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    Japan Japan final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Akira Sasaki (Nihon University)
    Keisuke Maekita (Saitama Sakae HS)

    Defenders
    Hiroki Matsuura (Chuo University)
    Shinnosuke Kato (Chuo University)
    Yoshiya Yokoyama (Hosei University)
    Shungo Takagi (Meiji University)
    Yoshiki Sekiai (Waseda University)
    Kenta Matsukane (Meiji University)
    Jun Hashimoto (Mora IK)

    Forwards
    Shuho Namioka (Kansai University)
    Yu Hikosaka (Topeka Capitals)
    Tsuyoshi Osawa (Kansai University)
    Shosuke Kudo (Meiji University)
    Rikiya Matsumoto (Hosei University)
    Yunosuke Aoki (Waseda University)
    Shunsuke Ueno (Meiji University)
    Keita Kido (Hosei University)
    Riki Hitosato (Waseda University)
    Shigeki Hitosato (Toyo University)
    Kento Suzuki (Chuo University)
    Kazuki Kawamura (Meiji University)
    Yuki Miura (Weseda University)

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    Kazakhstan Kazakhstan final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Yuri Volosenko (Barys Astana)
    Valeri Sevidov (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)

    Defenders
    Daniar Kairov (Barys Astana)
    Yuri Sergienko (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Ivan Stepanenko (Barys Astana)
    Vladimir Mezhebitski (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Stepan Alexandrov (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Yevgeni Yevseyev (Barys Astana)
    Vladislav Tsvetkov (Barys Astana)
    Madiar Ibraibekov (Barys Astana)

    Forwards
    Arkadi Shestakov (Barys Astana)
    Nikita Mikhailis (Barys Astana)
    Askhat Baubekov (Barys Astana)
    Alexei Polyushkin (Barys Astana)
    Sergei Stukalov (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Dmitri Grents (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Semyon Koshelev (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Nurlan Kabiev (Barys Astaan)
    Ivan Kinstler (Barys Astana)
    Kirill Savitski (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Dmitri Fisenko (Torpedo Ust-Kamenogorsk)
    Artyom Likhotnikov (Barys Astana)

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    Ukraine Ukraine final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Mykhailo Shevchuk (Donbass Donetsk)
    Eduard Zakharchenko (HC Chelny)

    Defenders
    Ruslan Zabulonov (HK Kremenchug)
    Anton Dyky (HK Kremenchug)
    Vitali Andreykiv (HC Moloda Gvardia)
    Volodymyr Varyvoda (HK Kremenchug)
    Dmytro Ignatenko (HC Moloda Gvardia)
    Danylo Skrypets (HC Moloda Gvardia)
    Valentyn Sirchenko (HK Kremenchug)

    Forwards
    Volodymyr Cherdak (HC Moloda Gvardia)
    Vladyslav Kutsevych (Bily Bars Brovary)
    Anton Boikov (HK Kremenchug)
    Vitali Lyalka (HC Moloda Gvardia)
    Viktor Zakharov (HC Moloda Gvardia)
    Sergi Kuzmik (HK Kremenchug)
    Yevgen Tymchenko (HC Moloda Gvardia)
    Ivan Pidgursky (HK Kremenchug)
    Maxym Martyshko (HC Moloda Gvardia)
    Vladyslav Luhovyi (HK Kremenchug)
    Yuri Petrangovsky (HC Moloda Gvardia)
    Oleg Komarchev (HK Kremenchug)
    Mykola Kolyada (HC Moloda Gvardia)

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    Good luck to the British team, who are the only British male team playing in the 'top 22' this season. Hopefully home advantage will help them to retain their status at this level.

    Geoff

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    Hi,

    Can anyone comment the Japan roster.

    Only four players from last year.

    Where are the best players from the U18 national team? Their U18 won the silver medal at the last World Cup D1B in April this year. Then they destroyed the Austrians 6-1 and only lost 5-6 against Kazakhstan.

    Kazakhstan has an excellent 95 generation. I wish they win gold.

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    Day 1; Game 1

    Ukraine - Kazakhstan 2:7 (1:4, 1:0, 0:3)
    0:1 - 08.47 Semyon Koshelev (Savitski)
    0:2 - 12.36 Ivan Kinstler (Mikhailis)
    1:2 - 14.15 Vladyslav Kutsevych (Petrangovsky)
    1:3 - 18.42 Nikita Mikhailis (Ibraibekov, Kinstler) PP1
    1:4 - 19.52 Madiar Ibraibekov (Kabiev)
    2:4 - 26.15 Viktor Zakharov (Lyalka, Martyshko)
    2:5 - 53.57 Nikita Mikhailis(2) (Kabiev, Ibraibekov) PP1
    2:6 - 56.14 Ivan Kinstler (Mikhailis)
    2:7 - 59.34 Nikita Mikhailis(3) (Kinstler, Kairov)
    PIM: 4x2 - 1x2 SOG: 40-37 Att: 480
    Goalkeepers: Mykhailo Shevchuk 15/19 (Eduard Zakharchenko 15/18) - Valeri Sevidov 38/40
    Ref: Brett Sheva (USA) Linesmen: Maksims Bogdanovs (LAT), Andrew Dalton (GBR)
    UKR: Shevchuk Mykhailo (40.00 Zakharchenko Eduard); Andreykiv Vitali, Skrypets Danylo, Lyalka Vitali, Zakharov Viktor +C, Martyshko Maxym +A, Dyky Anton +A, Sirchenko Valentyn, Cherdak Volodymyr, Kutsevych Vladyslav, Petrangovsky Yuri, Zabulonov Ruslan, Ignatenko Dmytro, Boikov Anton, Kuzmik Sergi, Pidgursky Ivan, Varyvoda Volodymyr, Tymchenko Yevgen, Luhovyi Vladyslav, Komarchev Oleg, Kolyada Mykola
    KAZ: Sevidov Valeri; Sergienko Yuri +C, Alexandrov Stepan, Shestakov Arkadi, Koshelev Semyon, Savitski Kirill +A, Stepanenko Ivan, Ibraibekov Madiar, Mikhailis Nikita, Kabiev Nurlan, Kinstler Ivan, Kairov Danir, Yevseyev Yevgeni +A, Stukalov Sergei, Fisenko Dmiri, Likhotnikov Artyom, Mezhebitski Vladimir, Tsvetkov Vladislav, Baubekov Askhat, Polyushkin Alexei, Grents Dmitri

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoffH View Post
    Good luck to the British team, who are the only British male team playing in the 'top 22' this season. Hopefully home advantage will help them to retain their status at this level.

    Geoff
    And no doubt, its nice to see Liam Stewart (Spokane, WHL) making his national (junior) team debut for Team GB.
    Bringing ice hockey to Northwest China!

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    Who other than Liam Stewart is interesting to keep an eye on for this tournament? Seems Nikita Mikhailis from Kazakhstan with a hattrick could be one, but my knowledge of MHL and it's players is very limited.

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    Day 1; Game 2

    Japan - France 3:4 (1:1, 2:1, 0:2)
    0:1 - 02.37 Floran Douay (Bozon) PP1
    1:1 - 12.23 Kento Suzuki PP1
    2:1 - 28.08 Shosuke Kudo (Kawamura)
    3:1 - 34.23 Yunosuke Aoki (Kido, Matsukane) PP1
    3:2 - 38.01 Romain Carpentier (Bogdanoff, Bourgeois) PP1
    3:3 - 40.51 Johan Saint-Andre (Kazarine, Bogdanoff)
    3:4 - 59.01 Julien Laplace (Di Dio Balsamo)
    PIM: 8x2+1x10 - 4x2 SOG: 24-42 Att: 212
    Goalkeepers: Akira Sasaki 38/42 - Antoine Bonvalot 21/24
    Ref: Stefan Fonselius (FIN) Linesmen: Morten Agertoft (DEN), Scott Dalgleish (GBR)
    JPN: Sasaki Akira; Matsukane Kenta, Hashimoto Jun +A, Kudo Shosuke, Ueno Shunsuke, Kawamura Kazuki, Matsuura Hiroki, Yokoyama Yoshiya +A, Kaneko Riki, Hitosato Shigeki +C, Miura Yuki, Kato Shinnosuke, Sekiai Yoshiki, Aoki Yunosuke, Kido Keita, Suzuki Kento, Takagi Shungo, Namioka Shuho, Hikosaka Yu, Osawa Tsuyoshi, Matsumoto Rikiya
    FRA: Bonvalot Antoine; Cannizzo Gaetan, Leclerc Nicolas, Bogdanoff Lou, Bouvet Maurin, Leclerc Guillaume, Crinon Pierre, Gallet Hugo, Bozon Kevin +A, Carpentier Romain, Douay Floran +A, Dorey Aurelien, Bourgeois Fabien, Perret Jordann, Laplace Julien, Di Dio Balsamo Cedric, Scolari Quentin, Chapuis Romain, Saint-Andre Johan, Metais Fabien +C, Kazarine Fabien

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHawks View Post
    Who other than Liam Stewart is interesting to keep an eye on for this tournament? Seems Nikita Mikhailis from Kazakhstan with a hattrick could be one, but my knowledge of MHL and it's players is very limited.
    Im interested to see how Duggan does for GB, I saw him mentioned on another forum, wondering if he is just that good at being only 15 or it speaks more about the country. France, Im interested in how Bozon does, doubt he makes it to where his brother is, still want to see how well he does. I always have hope for Di Dio Balsamo, Douay looks good, Perret, and want to see how Guillaume Leclerc does. Without Padakin for Ukraine, see how much Zakharov can do, they also have Shevchuk who was the best goalkeeper last year, nice rematch with Kazakhstan goalkeeper Sevidov, however, he isnt off to the best of starts.

    If Oz comes in here, Im sure he could give you a pretty good list for the Kazakhs.

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    Shame the streams from this tournament is pay per view. Looks like Britain might be pulling off the first minor upset as well beating Italy.

    Edit: Well that didn't happen.
    Last edited by WHawks; 10-12-2013 at 00:15.

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    Day 1; Game 3

    Great Britain - Italy 3:4/OT (2:0, 1:2, 0:1, 0:1)
    1:0 - 14.33 Bobby Chamberlain (Cownie)
    2:0 - 17.03 Shawn Mackie (Stewart, Venus) PP1
    2:1 - 23.16 Joachim Ramoser (G.Morini)
    2:2 - 27.09 Riccardo Lacedelli (Alber, Pace)
    3:2 - 32.19 Jordan Cownie (Hook) PP1
    3:3 - 59.28 Joachim Ramoser(2) (Glira) PP1
    3:4 - 61.11 Joachim Ramoser(3) (G.Morini)
    PIM: 4x2 - 6x2 SOG: 28-28 Att: -
    Goalkeepers: Adam Goss 24/28 - Martin Rabanser 25/28
    Ref: Daniel Wirth (SUI) Linesmen: Vasili Kaliada (BLR), Nathan Vanoosten (CAN)
    GBR: Goss Adam; Moore Craig, Clements David, Venus Ross +C, Stewart Liam +A, Mackie Shawn, Sullivan Zach, Jones Adam, Chamberlain Bobby, Cownie Jordan, Hook Lewis, Rose Daniel, Selby Matthew +A, Godfrey Samuel, Antonov Ivan, Duggan Samuel, Balmer Declan, Russell Benjamin, Betteridge Oliver, Morris Liam, Taylor Floyd
    ITA: Rabanser Martin; Althuber Ivan, Glira Daniel +A, Hochkofler Peter +C, Pavlu Jan, Terzago Tommaso, Vinatzer Simon, Radin Andreas, Morini Paolo, Morini Giovanni, Ramoser Joachim, Tauferer Ivan, Messner Michael, Schenk Oliver, Alber Andreas, Marchetti Michele +A, Mattivi Luca, Pace Fabrizio, Frank Daniel, Mondon-Marin Matteo, Lacedelli Riccardo

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    anyone know if Joachim Ramoser is related to Roland ?

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    Atleast they are not charging to watch the highlights, though if you want to watch the full GB match, you have to pay for that....ok.

    KAZ-UKR: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MtLweGCtMo

    JPN-FRA: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bx5_mD-eivU

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    Yes, it is a big shame. I really cant believe that in this category(U-20) thay want to make profit from paying to watch. I wonder who will be paying to watch this category exept some crazy ice hockey fanatics:-)

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    Day 2; Game 4

    Italy - Japan 4:3 (1:2, 2:1, 1:0)
    1:0 - 09.06 Simon Vinatzer (P.Morini) PP1
    1:1 - 11.13 Yu Hikosaka
    1:2 - 12.21 Yuki Miura (Hashimoto)
    1:3 - 23.37 Kento Suzuki (Hikosaka, Matsumoto)
    2:3 - 24.05 Tommaso Terzago (Pavlu)
    3:3 - 29.03 Jan Pavlu (Terzago, Hochkofler)
    4:3 - 42.12 Michele Marchetti SH1
    PIM: 2x2 - 6x2 SOG: 36-35 Att: 445
    Goalkeepers: Daniel Morandell 32/35 - Keisuke Maekita 32/36
    Ref: Gergely Kincses (HUN) Linesmen: Scott Dalgleish (GBR), Vasili Kaliada (BLR)
    ITA: Morandell Daniel; Vinatzer Simon, Radin Andreas, Morini Paolo, Morini Giovanni, Ramoser Joachim, Althuber Ivan, Glira Daniel +A, Hochkofler Peter +C, Pavlu Jan, Terzago Tommaso, Messner Michael, Mattivi Luca, Schenk Oliver, Frank Daniel, Marchetti Michele +A, Tauferer Ivan, Pace, Fabrizio, Mondon-Marin Matteo, Lacedelli Riccardo, Alber Andreas
    JPN: Maekita Keisuke; Matsuura Hiroki, Yokoyama Yoshiya +A, Aoki Yunosuke, Kido Keita, Suzuki Kento, Kato Shinnosuke, Sekiai Yoshiki, Kaneko Riki, Hitosato Shigeki +C, Miura Yuki, Matsukane Kenta, Hashimoto Jun +A, Kudo Shosuke, Ueno Shunsuke, Kawamura Kazuki, Takagi Shungo, Namioka Shuho, Hikosaka Yu, Osawa Tsuyoshi, Matsumoto Rikiya

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    Quote Originally Posted by xunearthhxcx View Post
    anyone know if Joachim Ramoser is related to Roland ?
    Don't think so at least not closely ;-). Ramoser is a pretty common last name in the Southern Tyrol, there's a number of hockey players bearing it. A quick search suggested that this Ramoser is the son of a former player of Ritten (Renon) called Heinz Ramoser.

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    Day 2; Game 5

    France - Ukraine 2:0 (1:0, 0:0, 1:0)
    1:0 - 13.20 Maurin Bouvet (Bogdanoff, G.Leclerc) PP2
    2:0 - 47.20 Floran Douay
    PIM: 7x2 - 8x2 SOG: 34-20 Att: 190
    Goalkeepers: Antoine Bonvalot 20/20 - Eduard Zakharchenko 32/34
    Ref: Daniel Wirth (SUI) Linesmen: Andrew Dalton (GBR), Nathan Vanoosten (CAN)
    FRA: Bonvalot Antoine; Cannizzo Gaetan, Leclerc Nicolas, Bogdanoff Lou, Bouvet Maurin, Kazarine Fabien, Crinon Pierre +A, Gallet Hugo, Perret Jordann +A, Laplace Julien, Di Dio Balsamo Cedric +C, Dorey Aurelien, Bourgeois Fabien, Bozon Kevin, Carpentier Romain, Douay Floran, Scolari Quentin, Chapuis Romain, Saint-Andre Johan, Metais Fabien, Leclerc Guillaume
    UKR: Zakharchenko Eduard; Andreykiv Vitali, Skrypets Danylo, Lyalka Vitali, Zakharov Viktor +C, Martyshko Maxym +A, Dyky Anton +A, Sircehnko Valentyn, Cherdak Volodymyr, Kutsevych Vladyslav, Petrangovsky Yuri, Zabulonov Ruslan, Ignatenko Dmytro, Boikov Anton, Kuzmik Sergi, Pidgursky Ivan, Varyvoda Volodymyr, Tymchenko Yevgen, Luhovyu Vladyslav, Komarchev Oleg, Kolyada Mykola

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    Day 2; Game 6

    Kazakhstan - Great Britain 6:1 (1:0, 3:1, 2:0)
    1:0 - 11.18 Yuri Sergienko (Koshelev, Savitski) PP2
    2:0 - 24.21 Kirill Savitski (Grents, Mezhebitski)
    2:1 - 26.47 Jordan Cownie (Hook, Chamberlain)
    3:1 - 30.59 Yuri Sergienko(2) (Koshelev, Savitski) PP1
    4:1 - 39.24 Kirill Savitski(2) (Sergienko, Koshelev) PP1
    5:1 - 46.52 Arkadi Shestakov (Savitski, Sergienko) PP1
    6:1 - 59.29 Nurlan Kabiev (Ibraibekov) PP1
    PIM: 7x2 - 11x2 SOG: 43-19 Att: 525
    Goalkeepers: Yuri Volosenko 18/19 - Adam Goss 37/43
    Ref: Brett Sheva (USA) Linesmen: Morten Agertoft (DEN), Damir Rakovic (SLO)
    KAZ: Volosenko Yuri; Sergienko Yuri +C, Alexandrov Stepan, Shestakov Arkadi, Koshelev Semyon, Savitski Kirill +A, Stepanenko Ivan, Ibraibekov Madiar, Mikhaili Nikita, Kabiev Nurlan, Kinstler Ivan, Kairov Daniar, Yevseyev Yevgeni +A, Stukalov Sergei, Fisenko Dmitri, Lokhotnikov Artyom, Mezhebitski Vladimir, Tsvetkov Vladislav, Baubekov Askhat, Polyushkin Alexei, Grents Dmitri
    GBR: Goss Adam; Sullivan Zach, Jones Adam, Venus Ross +C, Stewart Liam +A, Mackie Shawn, Moore Craig, Clements David, Chamberlain Bobby, Cownie Jordan, Hook Lewis, Rose Daniel, Selby Matthew +A, Godfrey Samuel, Antonov Ivan, Duggan Samuel, Balmer Declan, Russell Benjamin, Betteridge Oliver, Morris Liam, Taylor Floyd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Italy - Japan 4:3 (1:2, 2:1, 1:0)
    Some Pics. http://groundhopper2000.blogspot.co....y-v-japan.html
    Last edited by Starkovs; 11-12-2013 at 18:17. Reason: Fixed your quote and added the link

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    Kazakhstan looks (from stat sheet and that 5 min video floating around) really good, which is expected, even without their star defender Zinchenko. Shame that Mikhailis is so short, really skilled player, hopefully he will be able to carve out a career as a pro anyway. All potential leaders who gets playing time in VHL have delivered already. Promotion is the target, but a bit more physical team like France or Italy could easily derail this plan.

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    I saw the majority of the KAZ-GBR game, Kazakhstan's 5-5 play was not too impressive. GBR penalties gave the game to Kaz. Will be interesting to see how Kaz plays against a more mature and disciplined team like Fra or Ita. The Kazznic-Torpedo guys play have a good amount of VHL play under their belt, most of the Barys boys play MHL. Looks to me that the VHL guys are playing better, not sure if that's because of their training or just that the best players stay in ustinka?

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    Quote Originally Posted by barys View Post
    not sure if that's because of their training or just that the best players stay in ustinka?
    Best of Ustinka players tend to play for team Russia.

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    Day 3; Game 7

    Japan - Ukraine 2:3 (0:2, 0:1, 2:0)
    0:1 - 03.07 Vitali Lyalka (Martyshko, Zakharov)
    0:2 - 18.17 Yuri Petrangovsky (Cherdak)
    0:3 - 29.27 Vitali Lyalka(2) (Boikov)
    1:3 - 55.46 Jun Hashimoto (Miura, Hikosaka) PP1
    2:3 - 59.40 Kazuki Kawamura (Miura, Hitosato) PP1
    PIM: 6x2 - 4x2 SOG: 24-46 Att: 580
    Goalkeepers: Akira Sasaki 43/46 - Eduard Zakharchenko 22/24
    Ref: Daniel Wirth (SUI) Linesmen: Morten Agertoft (DEN), Nathan Vanoosten (CAN)
    JPN: Sasaki Akira; Matsukane Kenta, Hashimoto Jun +A, Kudo Shosuke, Ueno Shunsuke, Kawamura Kazuki, Matsuura Hiroki, Yokoyama Yoshiya +A, Aoki Yunosuke, Kido Keita, Suzuki Kento, Kato Shinnosuke, Sekiai Yoshiki, Kaneko Riki, Hitosato Shigeki +C, Miura Yuki, Takagi Shungo, Namioka Shuho, Hikosaka Yu, Osawa Tsuyoshi, Matsumoto Rikiya
    UKR: Zakharchenko Eduard; Andreykiv Vitali, Ignatenko Dmytro, Lyalka Vitali, Zakharov Viktor +C, Martyshko Maxym +A, Dyky Anton +A, Sirchenko Valentyn, Cherdak Volodymyr, Kutsevych Vladyslav, Petrangovsky Yuri, Zabulonov Ruslan, Varyvoda Volodymyr, Boikov Anton, Kuzmik Sergi, Pidgursky Ivan, Tymchenko Vladyslav, Komarchev Oleg, Kolyada Mykola

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oz View Post
    Best of Ustinka players tend to play for team Russia.
    Jevgeni Nabakov, Aleksander Perezhogin, Vadim Tarasov, Konstantin Barulin, Anton Khudobin, Viktor Antipin and Pavel Vorobiev comes in my mind. Great players whom would strenghten Kazakstan nationalteam. Hope they won't lose their best talents in Russia in the future.

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    Day 3; Game 8

    Kazakhstan - Italy 3:4 (1:0, 0:1, 2:3)
    1:0 - 16.23 Yuri Sergienko (Savitski, Koshelev)
    1:1 - 29.40 Oliver Schenk (Mattivi, Lacedelli)
    1:2 - 40.59 Giovanni Morini (Terzago, P.Morini)
    2:2 - 43.33 Yuri Sergienko(2) (Alexandrov, Savitski) PP1
    2:3 - 46.51 Oliver Schenk(2) (Lacedelli) PP1
    2:4 - 52.21 Andreas Alber (Ramoser)
    3:4 - 55.21 Dmitri Fisenko (Likhotnikov)
    PIM: 3x2+1x5x20 - 9x2+1x5x20 SOG: 40-21 Att: 330
    Goalkeepers: Valeri Sevidov 17/21 - Martin Rabanser 37/40 (Daniel Morandell 0/0)
    Ref: Gergely Kincses (HUN) Linesmen: Andrew Dalton (GBR), Damir Rakovic (SLO)
    KAZ: Sevidov Valeri; Sergienko Yuri +C, Alexandrov Stepan, Shestakov Arkadi, Koshelev Semyon, Savitski Kirill +A, Stepanenko Ivan, Ibraibekov Madiar, Mikhailis Nikita, Kabiev Nurlan, Kinstler Ivan, Kairov Daniar, Yevseyev Yevgeni +A, Stukalov Sergei, Fisenko Dmitri, Likhotnikov Artyom, Mezhebitski Vladimir, Tsvetkov Vladislav, Baubekov Askhat, Polyushkin Alexei, Grents Dmitri
    ITA: Rabanser Martin (00.08 Morandell Daniel); Messner Michael, Mattivi Luca, Schenk Oliver, Lacedelli Riccardo, Marchetti Michele +A, Althuber Ivan, Glira Daniel +A, Hochkofler Peter +C, Pavlu Jan, Terzago TOmmaso, Vinatzer Simon, Radin Andreas, Morini Paolo, Morini Giovanni, Ramoser Joachim, Tauferer Ivan, Pace Fabrizio, Frank Daniel, Mondon-Marin Mateo, Alber Andreas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oz View Post
    Best of Ustinka players tend to play for team Russia.
    Not in the last few years. Early 90s yeah, but the last good player from ustinka to play for Russia was Khudobin. At least that's what I've heard correct me if I'm wrong though.

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    Day 3; Game 9

    France - Great Britain 4:5/SO (1:2, 1:0, 2:2, 0:0-0:1)
    0:1 - 02.13 Liam Stewart (Venus)
    1:1 - 02.49 Jordann Perret (Di Dio Balsamo)
    1:2 - 15.59 Oliver Betteridge (Duggan)
    2:2 - 33.44 Julien Laplace (Perret, Crinon)
    3:2 - 51.18 Guillaume Leclerc (Bouvet) PP1
    3:3 - 51.54 Ross Venus (Mackie, Stewart)
    3:4 - 57.37 Liam Morris
    4:4 - 58.10 Jordann Perret(2) (Gallet)
    4:5 - 65.00 Ross Venus
    PIM: 4x2 - 3x2 SOG: 25-24 Att: 580
    Goalkeepers: Tom Aubrun 19/24 - Adam Goss 21/25
    Ref: Stefan Fonselius (FIN) Linesmen: Maksims Bogdanovs (LAT), Vasili Kaliada (BLR)
    FRA: Aubrun Tom; Cannizzo Gaetan, Leclerc Nicolas, Bogdanoff Lou, Bouvet Maurin, Leclerc Guillaume, Crinon Pierre +A, Gallet Hugo, Bozon Kevin, Carpentier Romain, Douay Floran, Dorey Aurelien, Bourgeois Fabien, Perret Jordann +A, Laplace Julien, Di Dio Balsamo Cedric +C, Chapuis Romain, Saint-Andre Johan, Metais Fabien, Kazarine Fabien
    GBR: Goss Adam; Moore Craig, Clements David, Venus Ross +C, Stewart Liam +A, Mackie Shawn, Sullivan Zach +A, Jones Adam, Chamberlain Bobby, Cownie Jordan, Hook Lewis, Rose Daniel, Godfrey Samuel, Betteridge Oliver, Antonov Ivan, Duggan Samuel, Balmer Declan, Russell Benjamin, Morris Liam, Taylor Floyd

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    Not a bad result, close game against Italy too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by barys View Post
    Not in the last few years. Early 90s yeah, but the last good player from ustinka to play for Russia was Khudobin. At least that's what I've heard correct me if I'm wrong though.
    Unfortunately, you are wrong. The lack of elite-ish talant coming out of the town in recent years makes you think so. Last talant to commit to Russia is Roman Khalikov, right now a teammate to Zinchenko in Donetsk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oz View Post
    Unfortunately, you are wrong. The lack of elite-ish talant coming out of the town in recent years makes you think so. Last talant to commit to Russia is Roman Khalikov, right now a teammate to Zinchenko in Donetsk.
    mhmm, that's too bad. Hopefully now that there is funding for hockey (in astana at least) top players will stay. If the national teams start consistently playing in the elite (plus olympics) and 1a for u20/u19 then maybe players will be more motivated to stay. Chances for promotion this year are starting to look slim for KZ though.

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    Also anyone (mostly directed at oz) know why Stanislav Zinchenko isn't playing for Kaz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oz View Post
    Unfortunately, you are wrong. The lack of elite-ish talant coming out of the town in recent years makes you think so. Last talant to commit to Russia is Roman Khalikov, right now a teammate to Zinchenko in Donetsk.
    Perhaps not an elite talent, but Konstantin Fast, former Kazakh U20 national teamer, has begin playing for Russia in the Universiade after four playing years in Russia.
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    Day 4; Game 10

    Italy - France 4:3/OT (0:0, 2:2, 1:1, 1:0)
    1:0 - 21.30 Michele Marchetti (Mattivi)
    1:1 - 26.43 Cedric Di Dio Balsamo (Crinon)
    1:2 - 31.09 Guillaume Leclerc (Bogdanoff, Saint-Andre) PP1
    2:2 - 31.26 Tommaso Terzago (Hochkofler, Pavlu)
    2:3 - 49.33 Cedric Di Dio Balsamo(2) (G.Leclerc, Scolari) SH1
    3:3 - 55.20 Giovanni Morini PP1
    4:3 - 61.02 Giovanni Morini(2) (Radin)
    PIM: 5x2 - 4x2 SOG: 25-35 Att: 230
    Goalkeepers: Martin Rabanser 32/35 - Antoine Bonvalot 21/25
    Ref: Brett Sheva (USA) Linesmen: Andrew Dalton (GBR), Nathan Vanoosten (CAN)
    ITA: Rabanser Martin; Althuber Ivan, Glira Daniel +A, Hochkofler Peter +C, Pavlu Jan, Terzago Tommaso, Vinatzer Simon, Radin Andreas, Morini Paolo, Morini Giovanni, Ramoser Joachim, Messner Michael, Mattivi Luca, Schenk Oliver, Lacedelli Riccardo, Marchetti Michele +A, Tauferer Ivan, Pace Fabrizio, Frank Daniel, Mondon-Marin Matteo, Alber Andreas
    FRA: Bonvalot Antoine; Crinon Pierre +A, Gallet Hugo, Bogdanoff Lou, Bouvet Maurin, Leclerc Guillaume, Cannizzo Gaetan, Leclerc Nicolas, Bozon Kevin, Carpentier Romain, Douay Floran, Dorey Aurelien, Bourgeois Fabien, Perret Jordann +A, Laplace Julien, Di Dio Balsamo Cedric +C, Scolari Quentin, Chapuis Romain, Sant-Andre Johan, Metais Fabiem, Kazarine Fabien

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    Does anyone know which divisions the winners and lowers get promoted and relegated to next year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lommy View Post
    Does anyone know which divisions the winners and lowers get promoted and relegated to next year?
    The Champion is promoted to IA while the last ranked country is relegated to IIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trim View Post
    Perhaps not an elite talent, but Konstantin Fast, former Kazakh U20 national teamer, has begin playing for Russia in the Universiade after four playing years in Russia.
    He was born in Chelyabinsk, moved to Kazakhstan and played there for a while. Then went back to Rus and now is playing for Russia. Interesting case, although as you said he isn't that good, doubt he could've made the Kaz national team, probably didn't get a call up and decided to go revert back to Russia.

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    This Japanese team just cant close the deal, 4 matches, 4 one goal defeats, leads in all of them except for the Ukrainian match. I have been pretty impressed with them, should of had better results however depending on what happens tonight, they still have a chance. If I was Great Britain, tonight is the most important match to get points in, I would not want to go into the match against Japan without knowing Im completely safe.

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    Day 4; Game 11

    Kazakhstan - Japan 8:7 (1:1, 3:5, 4:1)
    1:0 - 03.35 Arkadi Shestakov (Mikhailis)
    1:1 - 08.50 Kento Suzuki (Kido, Matsukane) PP1
    1:2 - 20.22 Shigeki Hitosato (Kawamura)
    2:2 - 21.08 Nikita Mikhailis (Ibraibekov)
    2:3 - 25.21 Yu Hikosaka (Takagi)
    2:4 - 33.28 Shigeki Hitosato(2) PP1
    3:4 - 35.04 Semyon Koshelev (Sergienko) PP1
    3:5 - 35.57 Shosuke Kudo (Hashimoto, Namioka)
    3:6 - 37.32 Keita Kido PP1
    4:6 - 39.07 Yuri Sergienko (Mikhailis)
    5:6 - 44.55 Nikita Mikhailis(2) (Stepanenko)
    6:6 - 51.04 Nikita Mikhailis(3) (Stepanenko)
    7:6 - 55.17 Yuri Sergienko(2) (Koshelev, Savitski) PP1
    8:6 - 59.09 Semyon Koshelev(2) SH1 EN
    8:7 - 59.31 Rikiya Matsumoto (Miura)
    PIM: 9x2+1x10 - 8x2 SOG: 44-24 Att: 245
    Goalkeepers: Yuri Volosenko 12/16 (Valeri Sevidov 5/8) - Keisuke Maekita 21/26 (Akira Sasaki 15/17)
    Ref: Stefan Fonselius (FIN) Linesmen: Maksims Bogdanovs (LAT), Scott Dalgleish (GBR)
    KAZ: Volosenko Yuri (12.11 Sevidov Valeri); Sergienko Yuri +C, Alexandrov Stepan, Koshelev Semyon, Savitski Kirill +A, Fisenko Dmitri, Stepanenko Ivan, Ibraibekov Madiar, Shestakov Arkadi, Mikhailis Nikita, Kabiev Nurlan, Kairov Daniar, Yevseyev Yevgeni +A, Baubekov Askhat, Kinstler Ivan, Likhotnikov Artyom, Mezhebitski Vladimir, Tsvetkov Vladislav, Polyushkin Alexei, Stukalov Sergei, Grents Dmitri
    JPN: Maekita Keisuke (14.34 Sasaki Akira); Matsukane Kenta, Hashimoto Jun +A, Hitosato Shigeki +C, Kawamura Kazuki, Miura Yuki, Matsuura Hiroki, Yokoyama Yoshiya +A, Aoki Yunosuke, Kido Keita, Suzuki Kento, Kato Shinnosuke, Sekiai Yoshiki, Hikosaka Yu, Matsumoto Rikiya, Kaneko Riki, Takagi Shungo, Namioka Shuho, Osawa Tsuyoshi, Kudo Shosuke, Ueno Shunsuke

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    Yeah can't help to feel bad for the Japanese, they can match everyone but still comes out with 0 points after 4 games, that's just bad luck.

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    Day 4; Game 12

    Ukraine - Great Britain 4:0 (1:0, 1:0, 2:0)
    1:0 - 10.28 Maxym Martyshko (Varyvoda)
    2:0 - 36.08 Viktor Zakharov (Martyshko, Komarchev)
    3:0 - 42.21 Volodymyr Cherdak (Petrangovsky, Kutsevych)
    4:0 - 49.29 Yuri Petrangovsky (Kutsevych)
    PIM: 2x2 - 7x2 SOG: 40-20 Att: 610
    Goalkeepers: Eduard Zakharchenko 20/20 - Adam Goss 36/40
    Ref: Gergely Kincses (HUN) Linesmen: Vasili Kaliada (BLR), Damir Rakovic (SLO)
    UKR: Zakharchenko Eduard; Andreykiv Vitali, Ignatenko Dmytro, Lyalka Vitali, Zakharov Viktor +C, Martyshko Maxym +A, Dyky Anton +A, Sirchenko Valentyn, Cherdak Volodymyr, Kutsevych Vladyslav, Petrangovsky Yuri, Zabulonov Ruslan, Varyvoda Volodymyr, Boikov Anton, Kuzmik Sergi, Pidgursky Ivan, Tymchenko Yevgen, Luhovyi Vladyslav, Komarchev Oleg, Kolyada Mykola
    GBR: Goss Adam; Moore Craig, Clements David, Venus Ross +C, Stewart Liam +A, Mackie Shawn, Sullivan Zach, Jones Adam, Chamberlain Bobby, Cownie Jordan, Hook Lewis, Rose Daniel, Godfrey Samuel, Betteridge Oliver, Morris Liam, Taylor Floyd, Balmer Declan, Russell Benjamin, Selby Matthew +A, Antonov Ivan, Duggan Samuel

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    Aren't almost all Kazakhstan hockey players still ethnic Russians who still consider themselves part of a greater "Mother Russia," and who still would all play for Russia over Kazakhstan if given the chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Aren't almost all Kazakhstan hockey players still ethnic Russians who still consider themselves part of a greater "Mother Russia," and who still would all play for Russia over Kazakhstan if given the chance?
    On this roster four of them are ethnic Kazakhs
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    Day 5; Game 13

    France - Kazakhstan 2:4 (1:1, 1:2, 0:1)
    1:0 - 00.57 Jordann Perret (Douay, Bozon) PP1
    1:1 - 13.36 Dmitri Grents (Mikhailis, Shestakov)
    2:1 - 21.47 Floran Douay (Bozon)
    2:2 - 26.51 Kirill Savitski (Shestakov, Alexandrov) SH1
    2:3 - 34.13 Yuri Sergienko (Koshelev)
    2:4 - 52.39 Ivan Kinstler
    PIM: 8x2+1x10 - 10x2+1x25 SOG: 24-34 Att: 250
    Goalkeepers: Antoine Bonvalot 30/34 - Valeri Sevidov 22/24
    Ref: Brett Sheva (USA) Linesmen: Scott Dalgleish (GBR), Andrew Dalton (GBR)
    FRA: Bonvalot Antoine; Crinon Pierre +A, Gallet Hugo, Bouvet Maurin, Carpentier Romain, Saint-Andre Johan, Leclerc Nicols, Scolari Quentin, Bozon Kevin, Douay Floran, Leclerc Guillaume, Dorey Aurelin, Bourgeois Fabien, Perret Jordann +A, Laplace Julien, Di Dio Balsamo Cedric +C, Cannizzo Gaetan, Chapui Romain, Bogdanoff Lou, Metais Fabien, Kazarine Fabien
    KAZ: Sevidov Valeri; Sergeinko Yuri +C, Alexandrov Stepan, Shestakov Arkadi, Koshelev Semyon, Savitski Kirill +A, Stepanenko Ivan, Ibraibekov Madiar, Mikhailis Nikita, Kabiev Nurlan, Kinstler Ivan, Kairov Daniar, Yevseyev Yevgeni +A, Stukalov Sergei, Fisenko Dmitri, Lokhotnikov Artyom, Mezhebitski Vladimir, Tsvetkov Vladislav, Baubekov Askhat, Polyushkin Alexei, Grents Dmitri

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    Day 5; Game 14

    Italy - Ukraine 4:2 (1:1, 2:1, 1:0)
    1:0 - 06.28 Giovanni Morini (P.Morini, Glira)
    1:1 - 10.17 Valentyn Sirchenko (Cherdak) PP1
    1:2 - 29.28 Ivan Pidgursky (Kuzmik)
    2:2 - 35.59 Peter Hochkofler (Pavlu, Terzago) PP1
    3:2 - 38.07 Joachim Ramoser (Hochkofler, Pavlu)
    4:2 - 43.18 Tommaso Terzago (Pace, Glira)
    PIM: 3x2 - 3x2 SOG: 27-27 Att: 234
    Goalkeepers: Martin Rabanser 25/27 - Eduard Zakharcehnko 23/27
    Ref: Gergely Kincses (HUN) Linesmen: Damir Rakovic (SLO), Nathan Vanoosten (CAN)
    ITA: Rabanser Martin; Simon Vinatzer, Radin Andreas, Morini Paolo, Morini Giovanni, Ramoser Joachim, Althuber Ivan, Glira Daniel +A, Hochkofler Peter +C, Pavlu Jan, Terzago Tommaso, Tauferer Ivan, Messner Michael, Schenk Oliver, Lacedeli Riccardo, Marchetti Michele +A, Mattivi Luca, Pace Fabrizio, Frank Daniel, Mondon-Marin Matteo, Alber Andreas
    UKR: Zakharchenko Eduard; Andreykiv Vitali, Ignatenko Dmytro, Lyalka Vitali, Zakharov Viktor +C, Martyshko Maxym +A, Dyky Anton +A, Sirchenko Valentyn, Cherdak Volodymyr, Kutsevych Vladyslav, Petrangovsky Yuri, Zabulonov Ruslan, Varyvoda Volodymyr, Boikov Anton, Kuzmik Sergi, Pidgursky Ivan, Tymchenko Yevgen, Luhovyi Vladyslav, Komarchev Oleg, Kolyada Mykola

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    With that Italy goes through, too bad for Kaz, I was hoping they could go through. 2nd two years in a row . . .

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