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    2014 IIHF World Div.IB Championship - Vilnius, Lithuania; 20th-26th.Apr

    Croatia
    Great Britain
    Lithuania
    Netherlands
    Poland
    Romania

    Siemens Arena, capacity: 8,750


    Tournament fixtures
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    20/4 Croatia Great Britain 13:00 Siemens Arena
    20/4 Romania Poland 16:30Siemens Arena
    20/4 Lithuania Netherlands 20:00Siemens Arena
    21/4 Great Britain Romania 13:00Siemens Arena
    21/4 Netherlands Croatia 16:30Siemens Arena
    21/4 Poland Lithuania 20:00 Siemens Arena
    23/4 Poland Netherlands 13.00Siemens Arena
    23/4 Croatia Romania 16.30Siemens Arena
    23/4 Great Britain Lithuania 20.00Siemens Arena
    24/4 Poland Croatia 13.00Siemens Arena
    24/4 Netherlands Great Britain 16.30Siemens Arena
    24/4 Romania Lithuania 20.00Siemens Arena
    26/4 Netherlands Romania 13.00Siemens Arena
    26/4 Great Britain Poland 16.30Siemens Arena
    26/4 Lithuania Croatia 20.00Siemens Arena
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    Go Jacmenjak! :c032;

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    Croatian entry list

    GK
    Mate Tomljenović – HKM Zvolen
    Tihomir Filipec -KHL Medveščak
    Andrej Vasiljević – Slough Jets
    D
    Alan Letang – KHL Medveščak
    Geoff Waugh – KHL Medveščak
    Ivan Šijan - KHL Medveščak
    Nikola Senzel - KHL Medveščak
    Marko Tadić - KHL Mladost
    Marko Ljubić - KHL Mladost
    Igor Jačmenjak - KHL Zagreb
    Kenneth MacAulay – HDD Olimpija
    Borna Šilović – HC 05 Banska Bystrica
    Luka Marković – EC Peiting
    F
    Dario Kostović – KHL Medveščak
    Marko Šakić – KHL Medveščak
    Luka Mikulić - KHL Medveščak
    Ivan Brenčun - KHL Medveščak
    Josip Jazbec – KHL Medveščak
    Andro Crnčić – KHL Medveščak
    Janko Kučera - KHL Mladost
    Tadija Mirić - KHL Mladost
    Mario Novak - KHL Mladost
    Mislav Blagus - KHL Zagreb
    Lovro Šišeta - KHL Zagreb
    Ivan Janković – KHL Zagreb
    Borna Rendulić - HPK
    Joel Prpic - Brandford
    Michael Novak – VEU Feldkirch
    Dominik Kanaet - Herlev
    Luka Vukoja – HC 05 Banska Bystrica

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloklo View Post
    Go Jacmenjak! :c032;
    Still our best defender...for now he is even better than guys who are playing abroad(Markovic, Silovic). :)

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    Great Britain

    So, there we go, just found the british roster for the training camps.

    British roster so far:

    Goalkeepers:
    Ben Bowns (Hull Stingrays)
    Stephen Murphy (Belfast Giants)
    Mike Will (Braehead Clan)

    Defensemen:
    James Griffin (Coventry Blaze)
    Steve Lee (Nottingham Panthers)
    Sam McCluskey (Dundee Stars)
    Danny Meyers (Sheffield Steelers)
    Ben O’Connor (Arlan Kokshetau) (KAZ)
    David Phillips (Belfast Giants)
    Kevin Phillips (Belfast Giants)
    Mark Richardson (Cardiff Devils)
    Paul Swindlehurst (Dundee Stars)
    Jonathan Weaver (Nottingham Panthers)

    Forwards:
    Jonathan Boxill (Nottingham Panthers)
    David Clarke (Nottingham Panthers)
    Ben Davies (Cardiff Devils)
    Matty Davies (Hull Stingrays)
    Robert Dowd (Sheffield Steelers)
    Robert Farmer (Nottingham Panthers)
    Mark Garside (Belfast Giants)
    Matt Haywood (Braehead Clan)
    Jason Hewitt (Sheffield Steelers)
    Phil Hill (Sheffield Steelers)
    Robert Lachowicz (Nottingham Panthers)
    Matthew Myers (Cardiff Devils)
    Jonathan Phillips (Sheffield Steelers)
    Colin Shields (Belfast Giants)
    Ashley Tait (Coventry Blaze)
    Matt Towe (Braehead Clan)

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    Let's see.....

    Poland
    Croatia
    Great Britain
    Netherlands
    Romania
    Lithuania

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    1 Great Britain
    2 Poland
    3 Lithuania
    4 Netherlands
    and fight for stay in D1B: Romania - Croatia


    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Let's see.....

    Poland
    Croatia
    Great Britain
    Netherlands
    Romania
    Lithuania

    I remember that betting odds on Betcity (Israel vs Australia) was 14 for Israel, and about 4 for Israel against Serbia, but such an "offer" I haven't seen yet. But, "He who dares wins".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Let's see.....

    Poland
    Croatia
    Great Britain
    Netherlands
    Romania
    Lithuania

    No way Croatia will finish 2nd, although I believe that we will stay in this group. The biggest problem for our team is lack of goalie who is capable to play at this level. Sure, Tomljenovic has potential, but he played exactly two games (not even for full 60 minutes) for Zvolen's farm team. Vasiljević played much more in EIPHL, but he is not on same level with Tomljenovic in terms of quality.

    Our federation still try to re-negotiate passport for Sinisa Martinovic, who played for Croatia long time ago, but he quit on our passport in order not to count as foreginer in his german club(s).

    With Ouzas in the net I am sure we would fight for one of the first three places, but with questionable goaltending staying in this Division will be success.

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    Depends on what roster Croatia shows up with. if they have all their available naturalized players they have a medal shot for sure.
    What's the deal with Ouzas? I see he played two seasons with Medvescak, did he leave before his ITC was two years old? If so, just a matter of weeks of a couple months means he lost out his chance to suit up for Croatia.
    In any case, my predictions without seeing final rosters:

    GBR
    POL
    CRO
    NED
    LTU
    ROM

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    Anyone know the Polish roster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    Depends on what roster Croatia shows up with. if they have all their available naturalized players they have a medal shot for sure.
    What's the deal with Ouzas? I see he played two seasons with Medvescak, did he leave before his ITC was two years old? If so, just a matter of weeks of a couple months means he lost out his chance to suit up for Croatia.
    In any case, my predictions without seeing final rosters:

    GBR
    POL
    CRO
    NED
    LTU
    ROM
    AFAIK Ouzas, Medvescak and Linz have had verbal agreement not to register him for Linz before two full calendar years are past, but unfortunaetly he played one friendly game at some tournament in Germany and screw whole thing. I don't know whose fault is, his or his club(s).

    If we don't count Hecimovic who is retired, only Sertich won't show up for sure, don't know about Martinović Saša, some sources says he will join, some he won't.

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    Going to be a tight tournament.

    Poland is my tip as they have traditionally been a bogey team for GB.

    Would like to see Romania surive, to end their yo-yo years.

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    1. Poland
    2. GBR
    3. Lithuania
    4. Netherlands
    5. Romania
    6. Croatia

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    1. Poland
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    4. Croatia
    5. Holland
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    New Jersey Devils ended their season, so there's a chance to see Dainius Zubrus in our (Lithuanian) roster. It would be huge for all the fans, and the team

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    Great Britain Great Britain final roster

    Update on british roster:

    OUT:
    Sam McCluskey (Defender) (Dundee Stars)
    James Griffin (Defender) (Coventry Blaze)
    Jonathan Boxill (Forward) (Nottingham Panthers)
    Matt Haywood (Forward) (Braehead Clan)

    Great Britain Roster (25 men squad) then looks like this:

    Ben Bowns (Hull Stingrays)
    Stephen Murphy (Belfast Giants)
    Mike Will (Braehead Clan)

    Defensemen:
    Steve Lee (Nottingham Panthers)
    Danny Meyers (Sheffield Steelers)
    Ben O’Connor (Arlan Kokshetau) (KAZ)
    David Phillips (Belfast Giants)
    Kevin Phillips (Belfast Giants)
    Mark Richardson (Cardiff Devils)
    Paul Swindlehurst (Dundee Stars)
    Jonathan Weaver (Nottingham Panthers)

    Forwards:
    David Clarke (Nottingham Panthers)
    Ben Davies (Cardiff Devils)
    Matty Davies (Hull Stingrays)
    Robert Dowd (Sheffield Steelers)
    Robert Farmer (Nottingham Panthers)
    Mark Garside (Belfast Giants)
    Jason Hewitt (Sheffield Steelers)
    Phil Hill (Sheffield Steelers)
    Robert Lachowicz (Nottingham Panthers)
    Matthew Myers (Cardiff Devils)
    Jonathan Phillips (Sheffield Steelers)
    Colin Shields (Belfast Giants)
    Ashley Tait (Coventry Blaze)
    Matt Towe (Braehead Clan)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niaure View Post
    New Jersey Devils ended their season, so there's a chance to see Dainius Zubrus in our (Lithuanian) roster. It would be huge for all the fans, and the team
    That chance has now been confirmed. This is fantastic news!
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    Hard to predict this group. I will go this way:

    1. Poland
    2. GB
    3. Croatia (idemo Hrvatska! :D)
    4. Lithuania
    5. Netherlands
    6. Romania

    Watch out for Rendulić from Croatia. Probably the best player in this tournament besides Zubrus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SloHockey View Post
    Hard to predict this group. I will go this way:

    1. Poland
    2. GB
    3. Croatia (idemo Hrvatska! :D)
    4. Lithuania
    5. Netherlands
    6. Romania

    Watch out for Rendulić from Croatia. Probably the best player in this tournament besides Zubrus.
    I don't agree with your standings predicitions, however I do agree with your last sentence.

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    Ok, now that Zubrus is confirmed for Lithuania, I am revising my predictions as follows -

    Poland
    Croatia (I think Tomljenovic is an excellent goalie plus I am assuming all of their 'Cronucks' play)
    Great Britain
    Lithuania
    Netherlands
    Romania

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    1 Poland (finally they will do it)
    2 Holland (had a strong olympic qualification tournament)
    3 Great Britain (they were shockingly weak last year in division-1/a)
    4 Croatia (the cronucks can help them staying in this sub-division, but nothing more)
    5 Romania (Transylvanian players had a good season in Hungarian MOL Liga)
    6 Lithuania (even on home ice, for me, they are the weakest)

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    I see a lot of people expecting Poland to win this but I still can't find any mention of their roster for the tournament. Anyone care to summarise their best players for me? Dronia in the DEL is the only player I can see playing in a decent league.

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    1. Great Britain (They will return to D1A)
    2. Poland (In my mind the strongest contender to stop GB from returning to D1A)
    3. Croatia (Might challenge for 2nd place, but I can't see them promote)
    4. Netherlands (It will have to be 4th place for Netherlands, could lose to Lithuania or Romania and will fight Croatia for 3rd)
    5. Lithuania (Home ice and Zubrus gives the slight advantage needed to stay up)
    6. Romania (I think Romania will struggle this year, they can upset Netherlands or Lithuania though)

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    Interesting that many outside observers sees Croatia very high in the standings. I must say that I don't think we can achieve more than 4th place (with big sort of luck). Sure, we have cronucks and they will be from great help, especially on the back end with Letang, Waugh, MacAulay. We also should have few forwards who can score against anyone like Kostovic, Prpic, Rendulic, Kanaet and Michael Novak, but other than that rest of the team played nothing more than croatian championship (18 games, but realisticly speaking only 12 because games against Sisak are unfortunaetly still little thougher training) or junior leagues in slovakia and one who played there wasn't "star", but role player.

    And biggest weakness of all is goalie position. I think Tomljenovic is good goalie, not good as Ouzas of course, but who knows how he will respond in NT jersey after he played freakin' 2 games (not even for whole 60 minutes).

    I believe we can (and will) beat Romania, but am afraid nothing more than that. For something more we need team for our senior players in one of the regional leagues or more cronucks.

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    How come Romania has called up Tamas Farkas (I know hes not likely to make the final team but still on preliminary roster) who played for the Hungarian U20 NT just two seasons ago? Surely he is not eligible.
    http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/386/IHM3...2E_9_0_ROU.pdf

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    It'd be pointless for GB to get promoted because we will just get demoted again next year ( as WHawks mentioned we were shocking in 1a!) Although I hope Ben O'Connor does well, it's a shame to see no players from the English Premier League - oh well.

    Poland
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    Netherlands (Why not!)
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    Don't want to take credit for the GB being shocking ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHawks View Post
    Don't want to take credit for the GB being shocking ;-)
    Sorry :D (also congrats on getting my 600th post!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garethw87 View Post
    It'd be pointless for GB to get promoted because we will just get demoted again next year ( as WHawks mentioned we were shocking in 1a!) Although I hope Ben O'Connor does well, it's a shame to see no players from the English Premier League - oh well.

    Poland
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    Netherlands (Why not!)
    Lithuania
    Croatia
    Romania
    I see it exactly like this, too.
    Croatia has only few cronucks in the team. More guys missing than playing.
    D will be more than solid for DivIB, we got 4 defenders on the level of top DivIA
    Letang - Martinovic, Waugh - MacAualay. Tadić, Marković, Jačmenjak are usefull bunch, too.

    Problem will be upfront. Only one star up front, Rendulic would be a star for some Elite div nations. Guys like Kostovic, Kanaet, Blagus, Novak's can skate with him, but it's gonna be one man show upfront.

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    1. Poland
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    Croatia - entry list ("new" one)

    http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/386/IHM3...E_10_0_CRO.pdf

    Alan Letang
    Kenny Macaulay
    Joel Prpic
    Andy Sertic
    Geoff Waugh
    ...
    Dario Kostovic
    Sasa Martinovic

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    Next WC rooster Nethrelands

    Estonia Tallinn and The Netherlands Eindhoven like to hold the WC in 2015.

    Netherland play without the best defence man Mike Dalhuisen who play for Cincinnatti Cyclones because of the play-offs.

    Also the 2 very good fowards Rapheal Joly and jAMMIE Schaafsma HE PLAY FOR ALLEN AMERICANS.

    MY LIST ARE:



    1 POLAND
    2 Croatie (what i read on the form)
    3 Great Britain
    4 Lithuania (they play at home)
    5 The Netherlands
    6 Rumania


    Greetings,
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    UOTE=VLAD TVER;258545]1. Poland
    2. Croatia
    3. Lithuania
    4. Great Britain
    5. Netherlands
    6. Romania[/QUOTE]

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    1. Poland
    2. Great-Britain
    3. Lithuania
    4. Croatia
    5. Netherlands
    6. Romania

    Lithuania is tournament black horse. Fanatical home crowd and Dainius Zubrus raise hole team level. Lithuania can upset.
    Keep an eye on Croatian Borna Rendulic. Very srong powerforward played great season in Finland. Rendulic is valued player in Finland.

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    1. GB
    2. Poland
    3. Lithuania
    4. Netherlands
    5. Croatia
    6. Romania

    Yes GB had a weak tournament last year but I don't think that any of the teams here expect for Poland will be able to challenge with them for promotion ... with the addition of Zubrus to this years roster and the fact that it is in Lithuania i think this will help them and they will end up with a bronze medal ...
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    1st day predicition :)

    GBR - Croatia 4:0
    Poland - Romania 6:1
    Lithuania - Netherlands 4:3

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    Croatia Croatia final roster

    Croatian final roster

    GK : Tomljenovic Mate (HKM Zvolen),
    Vasiljević Andrej (Slough Jets)

    DF: Letang Alan (Medveščak)
    Waugh Geoff (Medveščak)
    Senzel Nikola (Medveščak)
    Martinović Saša (Medveščak)
    Tadić Marko (Mladost)
    Jačmenjak Igor (Zagreb)
    MacAulay Kenny (Medveščak)
    Marković Luka (EC Peiting)

    FW: Kostović Dario (Medveščak)
    Kanaet Dominik (Herlev)
    Šakić Marko (Medveščak)
    Brenčun Ivan (Medveščak)
    Ljubić Marko (Mladost)
    Mirić Tadija (Mladost)
    Novak Mario (Mladost)
    Blagus Mislav (Medveščak)
    Janković Ivan (Zagreb)
    Rendulić Borna (HPK Hamennlina)
    Novak Michael (VEU Feldkirch)
    Vukoja Luka (Banska Bystrica)
    Last edited by Starkovs; 20-04-2014 at 02:25.

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    Looks pretty solid defensively that team for this level. Will Rendulic get enough help up front though is the big question for me. Really hope Croatia can challenge Poland and Great Britain for the top spots. And i'm looking forward to see how Kanaet will do after his season in Denmark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHawks View Post
    Looks pretty solid defensively that team for this level. Will Rendulic get enough help up front though is the big question for me. Really hope Croatia can challenge Poland and Great Britain for the top spots. And i'm looking forward to see how Kanaet will do after his season in Denmark.
    With Prpic, Andy Sertich, Naglich and of course Ouzas that would be possible, but now it is not realistic to expect that. First line should be Rendulic - Blagus - Kanaet line that already have several senior and few juniors (D1) WC's behind them.

    On PP Rendulic will most likely play on the point like he does in HPK.

    Kanaet said he want to stay (and club wants him) in Herlev, but he wants more money, life is expensive in Denmark

    About our defence, I agree, it looks very good for this group, although Martinovic will play as forward (he did back in junior days so it is not strange for him).

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    Poland Poland final roster

    Goalkeepers:
    1. Kosowski Kamil (Cardiff Devils, A-SMS)
    2. Odrobny Przemysław (JKH GKS Jastrzębie)

    Defenders:
    3. Dronia Paweł (Schwenninger Wild Wings, A-SMS)
    4. Wajda Patryk (COMARCH Cracovia, A-SMS)
    5. Dąbkowski Bartosz (COMARCH Cracovia, A-SMS)
    6. Dutka Rafał (CIARKO PBS BANK KH Sanok)
    7. Kotlorz Michał (GKS Tychy, A-SMS)
    8. Pociecha Bartłomiej (CIARKO PBS BANK KH Sanok, A-SMS)
    9. Wanacki Jakub (GKS Tychy, A-SMS)
    10. Rompkowski Mateusz (JKH GKS Jastrzębie, A-SMS)

    Forwards:
    11. Kowalówka Sebastian (COMARCH Cracovia, A–SMS)
    12. Chmielewski Aron (COMARCH Cracovia)
    13. Dziubiński Krystian (MMKS PODHALE Nowy Targ)
    14. Kolusz Marcin (GKS Tychy)
    15. Zapała Krzysztof (CIARKO PBS BANK KH Sanok)
    16. Malasiński Tomasz (GKS Tychy, A–SMS)
    17. Laszkiewicz Leszek (JKH GKS Jastrzębie, A–SMS)
    18. Pasiut Grzegorz (JKH GKS Jastrzębie, A–SMS)
    19. Łopuski Mikołaj (GKS Tychy, A-SMS)
    20. Strzyżowski Marek (CIARKO PBS BANK KH Sanok, A-SMS)
    21. Bagiński Adam (GKS Tychy, A–SMS)
    22. Witecki Jakub (GKS Tychy, A–SMS)
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    Netherlands Netherlands final roster

    Goalkeepers:
    Ian Meierdres (Tilburg Trappers, Eredivisie)
    Martijn Oosterwijk (Friesland Flyers, Eredivisie)

    Defeders:
    Jordy van Oorschot (HYS The Hague, Eredivisie)
    Nick de Jong (Friesland Flyers, Eredivisie)
    Jurryt Smid (HYS The Hague, Eredivisie)
    Jeffrey van Iersel (Geleen Eaters, Eredivisie)
    Erik Tummers (Geleen Eaters, Eredivisie)
    Dax van de Velden (Friesland Flyers, Eredivisie)
    Boet van Gestel (Tilburg Trappers, Eredivisie)

    Forwards:
    Steve Mason (Olten, National League B)
    Ivy van den Heuvel (Tilburg Trappers, Eredivisie)
    Diederick Hagemeijer (Tilburg Trappers, Eredivisie)
    Nardo Nagtzaam (MerdyHurst University, NCAA)
    Mitch Bruijsten (ft Wayne Komets, ECHL)
    Kevin Bruijsten (Friesland Flyers, Eredivisie)
    Marco Postma (HYS The Hague, Eredivisie)
    Tony Demelinne (Friesland Flyers, Eredivisie)
    Ronald Wurm (HYS The Hague, Eredivisie)
    Joey Oosterveld (Friesland Flyers, Eredivisie)
    Levi Houkes (Friesland Flyers, Eredivisie)
    Maarten Brekelmans (Tilburg Trappers, Eredivisie)
    Joy Turpijn (Dordrecht Lions, Eredivisie)

    Looks good enough to stay in the division but we are missing several key players including Dalhuisen (ECHL), Schaafsma (CHL) and Joly (Eredivisie) also guys like Tummers and van Iersel had a pretty bad season this year.

    It will be interesting to see who gets the start on goal this year, I think Oosterwijk has made stellar progress and I think he is the better goalie at this point

    It will also be interesting to see how Nagtzaam does in the big leagues and if guys like Turpijn step up!

    All in all I wouldn't bet any money on the Netherlands but the team should do well in the future :)
    Last edited by Starkovs; 20-04-2014 at 02:26.

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    btw will there be any streams of the games?

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    Premierplayer.tv are showing all GB's games live so there should be some steams of them around at least
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    Great Britain Team GB in Lithuania - Day 01 - Practice and Preperation


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    Croatia

    1. Croatia
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    6. Romania

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    A-light-in-the-dark: Sofia Bulgaria, Skopje Macedonia, Sarajevo & Pristina :)

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    Lithuania Lithuania final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Mantas Armalis (Mora IK)
    Nerijus Daukševičius (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Donatas Žukovas (Elektrėnų Energija)

    Defenders
    Roman Aliapkin (Yugra Khanty-Mansiysk)
    Mindaugas Kieras (Slough Jets)
    Nerijus Ališauskas (EV Fussen)
    Justinas Vėželis (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Artūras Katulis (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Tomas Vyšniauskas (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Pijus Rulevičius (St. Norbert College)
    Arnoldas Bosas (Gornyak Rudny)
    Andrius Kaminskas (Slough Jets)
    Rolandas Aliukonis (Elektrėnų Energija)

    Forwards
    Dainius Zubrus (New Jersey Devils)
    Aimas Fiščevas (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Aivaras Bendžius (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Darius Pliskauskas (Antwerp Phantoms)
    Paulius Gintautas (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Edgar Rybakov (HK Lida)
    Daniel Bogdziul (Moloda Gvardia Donetsk)
    Donatas Kumeliauskas (Arystan Temirtau)
    Dovydas Kulevičius (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Šarūnas Kuliešius (Elektrėnų Energija)

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    Romania Romania final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Adrian Catrinoi Cornea (Steaua Bucharest)
    Gellert Ruczij (HSC Csikszereda)

    Defenders
    Zsolt Mastaleriu (Corona Brasov)
    Huba Bors (HSC Csikszereda)
    Detre Hodos (Ujpesti TE)
    Csaba Nagy (Corona Brasov)
    Alpar Sallo (HSC Csikszereda)
    Nicusor Lusneac (Steaua Bucharest)
    Yevgeni Pysarenko (Corona Brasov)
    Otto Biro (HSC Csikszereda)

    Forwards
    Mihail Georgescu (Steaua Bucharest)
    Csanad Fodor (Corona Brasov)
    Csanad Virag (Corona Brasov)
    Leonard Pascaru (Steaua Bucharest)
    Attila Imecs (Corona Brasov)
    Levente Zsok (Corona Brasov)
    Ioan Timaru (Steaua Bucharest)
    Matyas Biro (HK Nitra)
    Alexandru Munteanu (Steaua Bucharest)
    Gergo Biro (HK Nitra)
    Ede Mihaly (HSC Csikszereda)
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    Streams anyone?

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    try livesport.rv or livetv.ru !
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    19:19 2 - 0 EQ CRO 8. KOSTOVIC Dario
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    12:56 1 - 0 EQ CRO 13. NOVAK Michael
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    (24. MIRIC Tadija)

    shots: 7-14

    1st period

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