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    Quote Originally Posted by kopitar11 View Post
    If kiwis play with the same malice and aspiration as they did on Friday, they will defeat Australia and Bulgaria will be promoted.
    Well first of all Bulgaria has to beat Israel and Israel has a high shot of promotion if they play good and New Zealand plays good

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    Day 5; Game 13

    Chinese Taipei - Mexico 2:1 (0:0, 0:1, 2:0)
    0:1 - 33.00 Aleksei Gendron (Berard)
    1:1 - 41.58 Po-Jui Huang (Yin)
    2:1 - 45.54 Ping-Ein Lu (Lin)
    PIM: 1x2 - 5x2 SOG: 29-17 Att: 37
    Goalkeepers: Fu-Hsiang Kuei 16/17 - Jaime Perez 27/29
    Ref: Max Rebeschin (ITA) Linesmen: Alexandru Butucel (ROU), Grega Markizeti (SLO)
    TPE: Kuei Fu-Hsiang; Tang Yi-Cheng, Chang Tse-Wei +C, Ti Hou-Chung, Chen Wei-Lin, Hung Chi Lun +A, Chang Tse-Yu, Pan Yi-Cheng, Yin Wei-Lun, Huang Po-Jui, Chiu Yi-Wei, Chen Wei-Cheng +A, Wu Po-Hsien, Lu Ping-En, Lin Tzu-Chieh, Chen You-Chen, Wang Li-Te, Chiang Wei
    MEX: Perez Jaime; Dunn Nicholas +C, Berard Eric, Perez Jorge, Sheinberg Samuel +A, Gendron Aleksei, Grajeda Santiago, Benabib Alan, Gil Luis, Bermejo Arunas, Garcia Arturo +A, Cosio Joaquin, Flores Miguel, Benbassat Daniel, Rios Gianni, Lara Andres, Najera Antonio

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    Mexico is in trouble, Israel looking like silver medalists unless a collapse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IsraelHockey6 View Post
    Well first of all Bulgaria has to beat Israel and Israel has a high shot of promotion if they play good and New Zealand plays good
    Israel has no shot at gaining promotion, even if you beat Bulgaria and Australia gains nothing, that levels you at 9pts, Australia holds the tie-breaker. The highest you can finish is 2nd.

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    That sucks that Israel can not be promoted, they totally deserve it I can't believe there beating Bulgaria 7-1 right now

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    OMG what is happening out there?!
    15 mins to go 7:1 Israel!

    Too bad for that loss to Mexico...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Half a Ref View Post
    OMG what is happening out there?!
    15 mins to go 7:1 Israel!

    Too bad for that loss to Mexico...
    Try too bad for that late goal against by Australia

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    Day 5; Game 14

    Bulgaria - Israel 2:7 (1:3, 0:2, 1:2)
    0:1 - 04.28 Mark Revniaga (Boudnikov, Spektor)
    1:1 - 07.37 Aleksandar Panev (Ivanov)
    1:2 - 07.52 Mark Revniaga(2) (Spektor)
    1:3 - 14.37 Ilya Spektor (Revniaga)
    1:4 - 28.30 Arael Kapulkin (Aharonovich)
    1:5 - 29.54 Ilya Spektor(2) (Maaravi)
    1:6 - 42.47 Ilya Spektor(3) (Boudnikov)
    1:7 - 43.55 Ori Kafri (Kapulkin)
    2:7 - 56.26 Aleksandar Panev (T.Georgiev, Genkov) PP2
    PIM: 5x2 - 9x2+1x10 SOG: 23-24 Att: 872
    Goalkeepers: Dimitar Videnov 4/7 (Stefan Yurukov 13/17) - Maxim Gokhberg 16/17 (Yoav Regev 5/6)
    Ref: Aleksandrs Borisovs (LAT) Linesmen: Uros Aleksic (SRB), Stef Oosterling (NED)
    BUL: Videnov Dimitar (45.23 Yurukov Stefan); Georgiev Ivaylo, Gahcev Yanaki, Georgiev Tomislav +A, Dikov Veselin +C, Chaliov Petar, Mladenov Reymand +A, Genkov Atanas, Dilkov Daniel, Panev Aleksandar, Blagoev Georgi, Iliev Alex, Gutsalski Georgi, Davidov Kostadin, Kovachev Atanas, Semkov Kristian, Ivanov Bogdan
    ISR: Gokhberg Maxim (08.03 Regev Yoav); Lazmi Amit, Maaravi Shai +C, Aharonovich Roey, Kapulkin Arael, Zimmerman Bar, Tam May, Gindi Uval +A, Kafri Ori, Benhar Uri, Tubol Dotan, Kozev Denis, Chernin Gitai, Boudnikov Dani +A, Spektor Ilya, Revniaga Mark, Levit Ilya, Buhnik Ilya, Bash Tomer

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    Nice tournament for team Israel, but a missed opportunity to win this tournament. I think it's clear that Ilya Spektor is the MVP of this tournament.

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    Day 5; Game 15

    Australia - New Zealand 6:0 (3:0, 3:0, 0:0)
    1:0 - 01.12 Hayden Sheard (Campbell, Kubara)
    2:0 - 07.57 Hayden Sheard(2)
    3:0 - 14.44 Jake Knott (Barnes, Allport)
    4:0 - 21.23 Kieren Webster (Boyle, McGuiness)
    5:0 - 35.43 Luke Zvonicek (Hansen, Fabijan)
    6:0 - 39.03 Casey Kubara (Barnes) PP1
    PIM: 4x2 - 7x2 SOG: 36-17 Att: 220
    Goalkeepers: Nicholas Mizen 17/17 - Daniel Lee 30/36
    Ref: Jeronimus den Ridder (NED) Linesmen: Luchezar Stoyanov (BUL), Slawomir Szachniewicz (POL)
    AUS: Mizen Nicholas; Stringer Corey, Pataky Daniel, Boyle Zachary +A, Webster Kieren, McGuiness Remy, Punler Alastair, Campbell Jamie, Kubara Casey +C, Sheard Hayden +A, Smith Ryan, Major Riley, Hansen Joshua, Barnes Anthony, Allport Lachlan, Knott Jake, Henning Mitchell, Zvonicek Luke, Fabijan Ted
    NZL: Lee Daniel; Maisey Keegan +A, Kennedy Mason, Burns Callum +C, Hurring Jacob, Macharg Harrison, Leahy Noah, Louw Joshua, Vortanov Robin, Carson-Pratt Thomas, Brown Shaun, Fraser Blake, Harford Benjamin, Dallimore Liam, Jonsson Kyle +A, Fraser Logan, Johnston Hadley, Rawiri Joshua, McBride Harry

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    Table and Rankings

    RkCountryGPWOTWOTLLGF:GAPTS
    1 Australia 5 4 0 0 1 14:6 12
    2 Israel 5 3 0 0 2 25:15 9
    3 Chinese Taipei 5 2 1 0 2 12:13 8
    4 Bulgaria 5 2 0 0 3 11:17 6
    5 Mexico 5 2 0 0 3 13:10 6
    6 New Zealand 5 1 0 1 3 9:23 4

    RK Country
    1 Australia
    2 Israel
    3 Chinese Taipei
    4 Bulgaria
    5 Mexico
    6 New Zealand
    *Australia is promoted to Division II Group B

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    Stats and Awards

      PlayerGPGAPTS
    1Ilya Spektor511617
    T2Aleksei Gendron5808
    -Roey Aharonovich5538
    -Dani Boudnikov5178
    T5Aleksandar Panev5415
    -Yi-Wei Chiu5325
    -Mark Revniaga5325
    -Arael Kapulkin5235
    -Casey Kubara5235
    -Tomislav Georgiev5145

      PlayerGPGAASV%SO
    1Nicholas Mizen21,0094,81
    2Tynan Theobald31,3494,20
    3Jaime Perez52,0193,11
    4Fu-Hsiang Kuei52,5791,30
    5Maxim Gokhberg52,8690,40

    Best players selected by Directorate
    GK: Dimitar Videnov (BUL)
    DF: Daniel Pataky (AUS)
    FW: Ilya Spektor (ISR)

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    Looks like the right winner, Australia seems to have a team that's least based on individual players performing really well, and probably also have the best shot at staying up.
    While Israel the, at least for me, big positive surprise this tournament almost managed double promotion following their promotion to this group last season. Will be interesting to see who comes down from the group above, and if Israel can challenge them as well next season. I was equally surprised to see New Zealand go down, but ind the end they were victim of how even this group was, very often 4p is more than enough to stay up.
    All in all a very evenly matched group, and once again I think this proves that this new vertical group structure is far superior to the old one.

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    after 2 wins, the Bulgarian, seen to be the winner of the tournament...but...no
    week couch..he did't do anything to help the TEAM, after the lose of Taipe...
    See you next year ;)

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    Very impressive stats from Ilya Spector. Maybe that can bring him to a bigger league?!

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    He's already one of the top players in the Israeli top (men's) league.

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    IIHF recap of the tournament here:

    http://www.iihf.com/home-of-hockey/n...0fef35521a11b2

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