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    2014 IIHF World Div.IA Championship - Goyang, Korea; 20th-26th.Apr

    Austria
    Hungary
    Japan
    Korea
    Slovenia
    Ukraine

    Goyang Sport Complex, capacity: 3,400


    Tournament fixtures
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    20/4 Ukraine Austria 12:30 Goyang Sport Complex
    20/4 Japan Slovenia 16:00Goyang Sport Complex
    20/4 Korea Hungary 19:30Goyang Sport Complex
    21/4 Austria Japan 12:30Goyang Sport Complex
    21/4 Hungary Ukraine 16:00Goyang Sport Complex
    21/4 Slovenia Korea 19:30 Goyang Sport Complex
    23/4 Slovenia Hungary 12.30Goyang Sport Complex
    23/4 Ukraine Japan 16.00Goyang Sport Complex
    23/4 Austria Korea 19.30Goyang Sport Complex
    24/4 Slovenia Ukraine 12.30Goyang Sport Complex
    24/4 Hungary Austria 16.00Goyang Sport Complex
    24/4 Japan Korea 19.30Goyang Sport Complex
    26/4 Hungary Japan 12.30Goyang Sport Complex
    26/4 Austria Slovenia 16.00Goyang Sport Complex
    26/4 Korea Ukraine 19.30Goyang Sport Complex

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    Tonight the Austrian "emergency" team had the first of two prep games before the division IA championships next week hosting the well konwn rivals from Slovenia. While the Slovenians of course also had to go without a fair number of their regulars who are still playing with their club teams, the Austrian squad saw the probably biggest break in personnel continuity in its entire history. No less than 15 players from the Olympics team had to be replaced due to retirements, injuries, club team committments or combinations thereof and not too few of the first choice replacements who were not in Sochi are unavailable (resp. unwanted) as well.
    The result was a crude mixture of few remaining core players from the last years and many EBEL no names who mostly play in the third and fourth lines of their club teams. Especially in the D corps nothing remains of the previous versions of team AUT, with Mario Altmann and to a lesser extent Martin Schumnig only two of the eight guys have any noteworthy international experience (and Altmann was by far the weakest spot in Sochi). Some of the new guys are still young and talented enough so that they might still develop into higher caliber players but most are EBEL role players and will always be. This how the roster looked like:

    KICKERT David GK 188,0 76,0 16.03.1994 L UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT)
    STARKBAUM Bernhard GK 186,0 89,0 19.02.1986 L Brynäs IF (SWE)
    SWETTE René GK 183,0 83,0 21.08.1988 L EC KAC (AUT)

    ALTMANN Mario D 194,0 98,0 04.11.1986 L EC VSV (AUT)
    BACHER Stefan D 187,0 87,0 04.07.1989 L EC VSV (AUT)
    ISOPP Maximilian D 181,0 80,0 05.02.1990 L EC KAC (AUT)
    MITTERDORFER Daniel D 182,0 80,0 25.07.1989 L EHC LIWEST Linz (AUT)
    PETER Patrick D 183,0 90,0 27.01.1994 R UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT)
    SCHLACHER Markus D 180,0 86,0 23.08.1987 R UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT)
    SCHUMNIG Martin D 182,0 84,0 28.07.1989 R EC KAC (AUT)
    WIEDERGUT Andreas D 180,0 83,0 19.04.1988 L Moser Medical Graz 99ers (AUT)

    FISCHER Mario F 187,0 90,0 05.05.1989 L UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT)
    GANAHL Manuel F 182,0 78,0 12.07.1990 L Moser Medical Graz 99ers (AUT)
    GEIER Manuel F 179,0 85,0 08.01.1988 L EC KAC (AUT)
    GEIER Stefan F 180,0 78,0 08.01.1988 L EC KAC (AUT)
    HUNDERTPFUND Thomas F 189,0 85,0 14.12.1989 L Timra IK (SWE)
    IBERER Matthias F 188,0 91,0 29.04.1985 L EHC LIWEST Linz (AUT)
    KOCH Thomas F 173,0 78,0 17.08.1983 L EC KAC (AUT)
    LEBLER Brian F 192,0 100,0 16.07.1988 L EHC LIWEST Linz (AUT)
    OBERKOFLER Daniel F 183,0 74,0 16.07.1988 L EHC LIWEST Linz (AUT)
    PETRIK Benjamin F 182,0 73,0 27.10.1988 R EC VSV (AUT)
    PETRIK Nikolas F 181,0 86,0 19.03.1984 L Dornbirner Eishockey Club (AUT)
    SCHIECHL Michael F 181,0 87,0 29.01.1989 L UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT)

    Not dressed:
    RAUCHENWALD Alexander F 177,0 71,0 11.05.1993 L EC VSV (AUT)
    PUSCHNIK Kevin F 175,0 75,0 02.09.1991 L UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT)

    Slovenia was the clearly better team throughout most of the game but the Austrian rookie squad defended fairly well so that the score was only 2:0 after two periods. Both goals came from very similar situations when a pass from out of the corner resp. the from behind the goal line found a Slovenian forward (Marcel Rodman and rookie Miha Logar) who moved unchecked into the slot area and beat the goalie. But although the Austrians created only few chances in the game the hosts didn't remain scoreless. After a brilliant long pass from Markus Schlacher (the former forward from Villach was turned into a defenseman in Vienna) Brian "who else" Lebler scored in a one on one situation and 15 seconds to the end with the goalie pulled again Brian Lebler struck after the Slovenian defense left him unattended in front of the net and (again) Schlacher served him the puck after a wild scramble behind the goal line.
    In overtime however KHL forward Jan Mursak finished the affair with an accurate and hard wrist shot into the top corner.

    Initially I had expected that AUT would get hammered but actually it was not a bad game. Of course except the usual Leb... sorry suspects there's not enough talent to create serious offense but the defensive game was okish and there was a good workethic and effort. Btw, Bernhard Starkbaum in goal switched with U20 goalie David Kickert midway through the game and the Vienna Capitals netminder did a very good job. With his height and size he's definitely a prospect for the years to come.
    Once the EBEL finals are done a few players from Salzburg will/should join the team (D: Dominique Heinrich probably Florian Mühlstein; F: Andreas Nödl, Konstantin Komarek, Andreas Kristler), that will make the team a little bit better.

    The next game of team AUT is on Saturday in Budapest against Hungary. The Hungarians will also play Slovenia (Sunday at Budapest). Slovenia is the clear cut favourite for promotion in Seoul everything else is wide open. Hungary and Austria are contenders but for obvious reasons I wouldn't be surprised if AUT won't re-promote this time.

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    Austria

    Is this used for the rosters of the teams? I found no other thread.
    Well anyway, here is the roster for team austria so far:

    Goalkeepers:
    David Kickert (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Bernhard Starkbaum (Brynas IF) (SWE)
    René Swette (KAC/Klagenfurt)

    Defensemen:
    Mario Altmann (VSV/Villach)
    Stefan Bacher (VSV/Villach)
    Maximillian Isopp (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Daniel Mitterdorfer (EHC Liwest Linz)
    Patrick Peter (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Markus Schlacher (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Martin Schumnig (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Andreas Wiedergut (Graz 99ers)

    Forwards:
    Mario Fischer (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Manuel Ganahl (Graz 99ers)
    Manuel Geier (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Stefan Geier (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Thomas Hundertpfund (Timra IK) (SWE)
    Matthias Iberer (EHC Liwest Linz)
    Thomas Koch (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Brian Lebler (EHC Liwest Linz)
    Daniel Oberkofler (EHC Liwest Linz)
    Benjamin Petrik (VSV/Villach)
    Nikolas Petrik (EC Dornbirn)
    Kevin Puschnik (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Alexander Rauchenwald (VSV/Villach)
    Michael Schiechl (UCP Vienna Capitals)


    On call:

    Defensemen:
    Nico Brunner (VSV/Villach)

    Forwards:
    Johannes Bischofberger (HC Davos) (Sui)
    Marius Göhringer (VSV/Villach)
    Patrick Platzer (VSV/Villach)
    Marco Richter (EC L.A. Stars)
    Rupert Strohmeier (Graz 99ers)

    In the first of two preparation games or testing games for the Division 1A Tournament team austria lost 3-4 after overtime against slovenia.

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    Slovenia

    Ok, i found the slovenian roster too on their website:


    Goalkeepers:
    Andrej Hočevar (Epinal) (FRA)
    Gašper Krošelj (Sparta Rosenborg) (NOR)

    Defensemen:
    Blaž Gregorc (Pardubice) (CZE)
    Andrej Tavželj (Rouen) (FRA)
    Mitja Robar (Krefeld Pinguins) (GER) (DEL)
    Matic Podlipnik (Dukla Jihlava) (CZE)
    Luka Tošič (Epinal) (FRA)
    Miha Štebih (Dukla Jihlava) (CZE)
    Miha Logar (Red Bull Salzburg) (AUT)
    Pavlin Žiga (Troja Ljungby) (SWE)

    Forwards:
    Marcel Rodman (Schwenninger Wild Wings) (DEL) (GER)
    David Rodman (IK Oskarsham) (SWE)
    Jan Urbas (Red Bull München/Munich/DEL) (GER)
    Aleš Mušič (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Jan Muršak (CSKA Moskva/KHL)
    Miha Verlič (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Anže Kuralt (Epinal) (FRA)
    Gal Koren (HKM Zvolen) (SVK)
    Ken Ograjenšek (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Goličič Boštjan (Briancon) (FRA)
    Ankerst Jaka (unknown?)
    Tomaž Razingar (Troja Ljungby) (SWE)
    Rok Leber (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
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    Now I'm totally confused, I'm sure that I wrote a lenghty posting about Team AUT and the game against Slovenia yesterday. EIther I am crazy or we had some kind of data loss...
    In short, team AUT is in a complete rebuild after Sochigate and all the resignations, injuries and other things that keep the established players from going to Korea. Only a few experienced players remain and especially the D corps is completely new. Unfortunately the players to step up are with few exceptions only EBEL 3rd or 4th liners with limited prospect for further development. That said the 2:3 OT loss against Slovenia yesterday wasn't too bad...at least defensively. In offense there's little hope except Brian "who else" Lebler who scored both goals. Tomorrow AUT plays Hungary in Budapest, on Sunday the Hungarians face Slovenia. These games should give an indication for the tourney in Seoul. Slovenia is the big favourite and AUT is in acute danger not to re-promote, even with the players from Salzburg that will join the team after the EBEL finals. Thomas Raffl and Manuel Latuse for instance have already declined due to injuries.

    Btw, it's IHWC time and @Cabal returns...welcome back!

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    Oh, Raffl and Latusa out due to injuries are no good news.

    Yes, its IHWC time, same procedure as every year. ;) Thanks for the warm welcome Rex. ;)

    I am looking forward to (Divis)ion IA Torunament with austria, hopefully i´ll find some live streams at least for the games of the austrian team.

    I´ll keep my fingers crossed for austria and re-promotion. At least you´ll got Brian "who else" Lebler. ;) Saw some EBEL games on ServusTV (they should cover IHWC games, not ORF...) and that player was really impressive.

    And Hundertpfund, Iberer, Koch, Oberkofler, Altmann, Schumnig, Starkbaum, Swette. At least some names i regognize from previous tournaments.

    Preperation games are still preperation games. We played 2011 a great preperation with many good games and then totally failed at IHWC... 4:12 against norway....

    Just comes into my mind... What about the guy who scored your goal to make it to socchi? Peintner? He was not involved in socchi gate as far as i know, cause he was not even nominated by viveiros.

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    Ukraine

    Ukrainian Roster so far:

    Goalkeepers:
    Mihajlo Balaban (Sokol Kiev)
    Andrij Bezhlibni (Bily Bars Bila Tserkva)
    Sergi Gajdučenko (Donbass Donetsk)
    Jevgen Napnenko (Bily Bars Bila Tserkva)
    Vadim Selivercov (Astana)
    Mihajlo Ševčuk (Moloda Gvardia Donetsk)

    Defensemen:
    Volodimir Aleksjuk (Bily Bars Bila Tserkva)
    Ruslan Borisenko (Kompanion Kijev)
    Denis Isajenko (Kompanion Kijev)
    Igor Kogut (Bily Bars Bila Tserkva)
    Mikola Ladigin (Hull Stingrays)
    Vitali Ljutkevič (Molot-Prikamie Perm)
    Juri Navarenko (Gomel)
    Denis Petruhno (Donbass Donetsk)
    Oleksander Pobjedonoscev (Titan Klin)
    Genadi Razin (Donbass Donetsk)
    Danilo Skripec (Moloda Gvardia Donetsk)
    Dmitro Tolkunov (Bily Bars Bila Tserkva)

    Forwards:
    Roman Blagi (Donbass Donetsk)
    Artem Bondarjev (Bily Bars Bila Tserkva)
    Sergi Černenko (Kompanio Kijev)
    Vitali Donika (Sarov)
    Ruslan Fedotenko (Donbass Donetsk)
    Artem Gnidenko (Kompanion Kijev)
    Kostjantin Kasjančuk (Dinamo Moskva) (KHL/RUS)
    Maksim Kvičenko (Donbass Donetsk)
    Vitali Ljalka (Molofa Gvardia Donetsk)
    Oleksander Materuhin (Dinamo Minsk)
    Andri Mihnov (Metallurg Zhlobin)
    Dmitro Nimenko (Kompanion Kijev)
    Pavlo Padakin (Calgary Hitmen) (CAN)
    Juri Petrangovski (Moloda Gvardia Donetsk)
    Aleksej Ponikarovski (SKA St. Petersburg) (KHL/RUS)
    Šamil Ramazanov (Ryazan)
    Oleg Šafarenko (Yunost Minsk)
    Oleksander Torjanik (Donbass Donetsk)
    Oleg Timčenko (Yunost Minsk)
    Sergi Varlamov (Donbass Donetsk)
    Viktor Zaharov (Donbass Donetsk)

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    Korea

    Korean roster so far:

    Goalkeepers:
    Sungje Park (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Hosung Son (Anyang Halla)

    Defensemen:
    Donghwan Kim (High1 Chuncheon)
    Hyunsoo Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Hyonho Oh (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Donku Lee (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Yoonhwan Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Wooyoung Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Bryan Young (High1 Chuncheon)
    Junil Chang (High1 Chuncheon)

    Forwards:
    Kisung Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Woosang Park (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Yongjun Lee (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Minho Cho (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Hyunmin Ahn (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Wonjung Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Brock Radunske (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Sangwook Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Youngjun Lee (Anyang Halla)
    Michael Swift (High1 Chuncheon)
    Hyungjoon Kim (High1 Chuncheon)
    Sanghoon Shin (Kiekko Vantaa) (FIN)

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    Hungary

    Hungarian roster so far:

    Goalkeepers:
    Bence Balizs (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Zoltan Hetenyi (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Miklos Rajna (Sapa Fehervar)(EBEL/austrian league)
    Sevela Peter (Dunaujvaros)

    Defensemen:
    Balazs Goz (Morzine-Avoriaz) FRA)
    Tamas Groschl (Dunaujvaros)
    Peter Hetenyi (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Adrian Huffner (Dunaujvaros)
    Daniel Kiss (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Attila Orban (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Tamas Pozsgai (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Bence Sziranyi (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Viktor Tokaji (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Arnold Varga (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Marton Vas (Löwen Frankfurt) (GER) (3rd Division Team/Oberliga)

    Forwards:
    Zsolt Azari (Dunaujvaros)
    Istvan Bartalis (Troja Ljungby) (SWE)
    Andras Benk (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Janos Hari (HIFK Helsinki) (FIN)
    Daniel Koger (Elmira Jackals) (ECHL)
    Csaba Kovacs (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Balint Magosi (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Arpad Mihaly (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Gergo Nagy (Quad City Mallards) CHL)
    Krisztian Nagy (El Paso Rhinos) (WSHL)
    Benjamin Nemes (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Attila Nemeth (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Tamas Sarpatki (Sapa Fehervar) (EBEL/austrian league)
    Balazs Sebok (Karpat Oulu) (FIN)
    Istvan Sofron (Krefeld Pinguins) (GER) (DEL)
    Janos Vas (Rouen Dragons) (FRA)

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    My predictions:

    Hungary
    Slovenia
    Ukraine
    Austria
    Korea
    Japan

    I think Hungary promotes here as long as all of their top players show up and remain healthy. Slovenia could also win, but obviously are missing their big NHL weapon in Kopitar. Hungary is, in my opinion, a bit more cohesive since the core plays together in EBEL, and maybe a touch hungrier. Ukraine, if they get their top 5-6 forwards, will surprise here. Austria can, even with a gutted team, play with anyone here, but I don't see them winning much. I see them losing some tight games and their new players gaining experience. Korea is rising and Japan is declining. Korea has home ice and Japan hasn't threatened these teams other than Korea in a while. Japan to relegate.

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    My predictions:

    Hungary
    Slovenia
    Korea
    Ukraine
    Austria
    Japan
    Serbian hockey
    Senior 2A - U20 2B - U18 2B

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    Ok so i think:

    1. Slovenia
    2. Austria
    3. Hungary
    4. Ukraine
    5. Korea
    6. Japan

    Don´t forget slovenia has many good EBEL and DEL players too. ;) I´m pretty sure they will add some more from DEL soon.

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    Don't two teams go up here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hckeyguy25 View Post
    Don't two teams go up here?
    First and second placed team will promote. ;)

    Hopefully Austria is one of those teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabal View Post
    First and second placed team will promote. ;)

    Hopefully Austria is one of those teams.
    Thought so, thanks. A lot to play for here. Slovenia, Austria, and Hungary I feel will battle for these two spots.

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    Slovenia has to be the overwhelming favourite to promote. After that it's really a crapshoot. I don't think Austria will be below the level of other teams, but they won't be above either. Ukraine having just promoted up and with only a few players above their domestic league level is closer to the bottom than the top IMO.
    With the Sangmu program having the majority of the NT together throughout the season, that will be a big help for Korea, but even so a medal is a long shot for them I think.

    Slovenia
    Hungary
    Austria
    Korea
    Japan
    Ukraine

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    Today Austria beat Hungary in Budapest 5:4 after shoot out. Austria took the lead early but the Hungarians equalized and then went up front 3 times but the Austrians tied it every time. The overtime was scoreless (read that a shot by Martin Schumnig was in goal and should have counted) and in the shoot out Hundertpfund and Lebler scored for AUT while The first two attempts for Hungary failed.
    The game was not very good and if it wasn't for Brian Lebler (1+3 plus the successful ps) Austria was reported to be harmless offensively and rather shaky defensively...

    In the TV broadcast it was apparently also mentioned that Andreas Nödl has declined going to Korea as well. Seems we really have to go with the emergency squad...that's gonna be funny.

    Tomorrow Slovenia and Hungary will play each other im Budapest as well. For me Slovenia even without Kopitar and the guys who will not make it to Seoul because of the DEL play-offs are the overwhelming favourites. Their team works and they the players who can make the difference (Jan Mursak...keep an eye on him). Austrian chances are there but slim, we have the least talented and experienced team ever and will take a lot of heart and enthusiasm of the newcomers to compensate for the lack of quality. I expect that the (few) Red Bulls player who are still to join in will make the team better. Forwards Konstantin Komarek and Andreas Kristler are doing great right now and Dominique Heinrich on D is in great shape as well (what a pity he is so small...) but overall this team is way weaker than those from the previous division I tournaments...

    Video highlights HUN-AUT
    http://www.laola1.tv/de-at/video/ung...ch/173014.html

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    Hard to predict this group. I will cheer for us, of course. Even though we don`t have Kopitar, Tičar, Kovačevič, Kranjc, possibly Kristan, Jeglič and Sabolič, I still think we are favourites for promotion.

    I will go this way:
    1. Slovenia
    2. Ukraine (if complete!..if not, then fight for 4. or even 5. place and Austria promote)
    3. Austria
    4. Hungary
    5. Korea
    6. Japan

    Really looking forward to this WC. It can easily be promoted Hungary also, they have very good team and are always dangerous. I just don`t know why Ladanyi didn`t get a call...strange.

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    Preparation match:

    Hungary-Slovenia 0:4
    Razingar 31., Mušič 45., Muršak 52., Leber 58.

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    Ingolstadt plays Köln in the DEL finals so it's forwards Ticar, Jeglic, Sabolic and defenseman Krajnc surely out for Slovenia. But as the preparation games have shown Slovenia is strong enough to be the favourites even without these players.

    Speaking of unavailable players, yesterday in the last game of the EBEL finals RBS forward Andreas Kristler suffered what looked like a shoulder injury and had to quit the game which means he's out for Goyang as well. HC Lugano defenseman Stefan Ulmer is also injured and out . Raphael Herbuger and Martin Ulmer (EHC Biel) are locked in the NLA play-outs. The only available NHLer Michael Grabner (Islanders) súfferd some facial injury last week in the first game after his concussion and therfore won't be in either.

    Interestingly, Florian Iberer who was one of the guys involved in the Sochi drinking night wasn't invited while Mario Altmann is on the team. Iberer outed himslef and apologized way earlier than Altmann did so I really don't know what the criteria are as Iberer is certainly the better player.

    No news yet who will be called from Salzburg, I suppose it will be Konstantin Komarek (F), Dominique Heinrich (D) and probably also Florian Mühlstein (D).

    EDIT: the players from Salzburg mentioned above are confirmed.
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    Ukraine

    Updated Roster for ukraine:

    Goalkeepers:
    Sergi Gaiduchenko, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
    Vadym Seliverstov, HK Astana (KAZ)
    Mykhailo Shevchuk, Moloda Gvardia Donetsk (UKR/MHL)

    Defencemen:
    Denys Petrukhno, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
    Olexander Pobyedonostsev, Titan Klin (RUS/VHL)
    Denys Isayenko, Kompanion Kyiv (UKR)
    Ruslan Borysenko, Kompanion Kyiv (UKR)
    Igor Kugut, Bily Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
    Danylo Skrypets, Moloda Gvardia Donetsk (UKR/MHL)
    Yuri Navarenko, HK Gomel (BLR)
    Mykola Ladygin, Hull Stingrays (GBR)

    Forwards:
    Ruslan Fedotenko, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
    Olexander Toryanik, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
    Maxym Kvitchenko, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
    Sergi Varlamov, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
    Roman Blagy, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
    Viktor Zakharov, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
    Pavlo Padakin, Donbass Donetsk (UKR/KHL)
    Dmytro Nimenko, Kompanion Kyiv (UKR)
    Artem Bondaryev, Bily Bars Bila Tserkva (UKR)
    Oleg Tymchenko, Yunost Minsk (BLR)
    Oleg Shafarenko, Yunost Minsk (BLR)
    Andri Mikhnov, Metallurg Zhlobin (BLR)
    Olexander Materukhin, Dynamo Minsk (BLR/KHL)

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    Korea Korea final roster

    Korean roster for the tournament. Seems to be the final roster:

    Korean Roster

    Goalkeepers:
    Sungje Park (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Hosung Son Anyang Halla)

    Defencemen:
    Donghwan Kim (High1 Chuncheon)
    Hyunsoo Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Hyonho Oh (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Donku Lee (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Yoonhwan Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Wooyoung Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Bryan Young (High1 Chuncheon)
    Junil Chang (High1 Chuncheon)

    Forwards:
    Kisung Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Woosang Park (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Yongjun Lee (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Minho Cho (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Hyunmin Ahn (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Wonjung Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Brock Radunske (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Sangwook Kim (Daemyung Sangmu Seoul)
    Youngjun Lee (Anyang Halla)
    Michael Swift (High1 Chuncheon)
    Hyungjoon Kim (High1 Chuncheon)
    Sanghoon Shin (Kiekko Vantaa) (FIN2)

    Reserve Players: Hyunho Hwang, Sinil Suh, Byungchun Jung, Jinhui Ahn, Wonjun Kim, Bumjin Kim.
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    Austria Austria final roster

    As Rex Kramer already said, 3 players from Red Bull Salzburg joined team austria:

    IN:
    Dominique Heinrich (Defense) (Red Bull Salzburg)
    Florian Mühlstein (Defense) (Red Bull Salzburg)
    Konstantin Komarek (Forward) (Red Bull Salzburg)



    OUT:
    Andreas Wiedergut (Defense) (Graz 99ers)
    Maximilian Isopp (Defense) (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Alexander Rauchenwald (Forward) (VSV/Villach)



    Austrian Roster for the IHWC Divsion 1 Group A:

    Goalkeepers:
    David Kickert (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Bernhard Starkbaum (Brynas IF) (SWE)
    René Swette (KAC/Klagenfurt)

    Defensemen:
    Mario Altmann (VSV/Villach)
    Stefan Bacher (VSV/Villach)
    Dominique Heinrich (Defense) (Red Bull Salzburg)
    Daniel Mitterdorfer (EHC Liwest Linz)
    Florian Mühlstein (Defense) (Red Bull Salzburg)
    Patrick Peter (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Markus Schlacher (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Martin Schumnig (KAC/Klagenfurt)


    Forwards:
    Mario Fischer (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Manuel Ganahl (Graz 99ers)
    Manuel Geier (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Stefan Geier (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Thomas Hundertpfund (Timra IK) (SWE)
    Matthias Iberer (EHC Liwest Linz)
    Thomas Koch (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Konstantin Komarek (Forward) (Red Bull Salzburg)
    Brian Lebler (EHC Liwest Linz)
    Daniel Oberkofler (EHC Liwest Linz)
    Benjamin Petrik (VSV/Villach)
    Nikolas Petrik (EC Dornbirn)
    Kevin Puschnik (UCP Vienna Capitals)
    Michael Schiechl (UCP Vienna Capitals)



    On call:

    Defensemen:
    Maximillian Isopp (KAC/Klagenfurt)
    Andreas Wiedergut (Graz 99ers)

    Forwards:
    Raphael Herburger (EHC Biehl) (SUI)
    Fabio Hofer (Red Bull Salzburg)
    Alexander Pallestrang (Red Bull Salzburg)
    Alexander Rauchenwald (VSV/Villach)
    Martin Ulmer (EHC Biehl) (SUI)
    Last edited by Starkovs; 19-04-2014 at 19:09.

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    Slovenia Slovenia final roster

    And also an updated roster for team slovenia:

    IN: Luka Gračnar (Goalkeeper) (Red Bull Salzburg) (AUT)
    Žiga Pance (Forward) (HC Bolzano) (EBEL/austrian league) (ITA)


    OUT: Miha Logar (Defense) (Red Bull Salzburg) (AUT)
    Ken Ograjenšek Forward (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)

    Slovenia Roster for the IHWC Division 1A:

    Goalkeepers:
    Andrej Hočevar (Epinal) (FRA)
    Luka Gračnar (Red Bull Salzburg) (AUT)
    Gašper Krošelj (Sparta Rosenborg) (NOR)

    Defensemen:
    Blaž Gregorc (Pardubice) (CZE)
    Andrej Tavželj (Rouen) (FRA)
    Mitja Robar (Krefeld Pinguins) (GER) (DEL)
    Matic Podlipnik (Dukla Jihlava) (CZE)
    Luka Tošič (Epinal) (FRA)
    Miha Štebih (Dukla Jihlava) (CZE)
    Pavlin Žiga (Troja Ljungby) (SWE)

    Forwards:
    Marcel Rodman (Schwenninger Wild Wings) (DEL) (GER)
    David Rodman (IK Oskarsham) (SWE)
    Jan Urbas (Red Bull München/Munich/DEL) (GER)
    Aleš Mušič (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Jan Muršak (CSKA Moskva/KHL)
    Miha Verlič (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Anže Kuralt (Epinal) (FRA)
    Gal Koren (HKM Zvolen) (SVK)
    Goličič Boštjan (Briancon) (FRA)
    Ankerst Jaka (Briancon) (FRA)
    Tomaž Razingar (Troja Ljungby) (SWE)
    Rok Leber (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Žiga Pance (HC Bolzano) (EBEL/austrian league) (ITA)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabal View Post
    And also an updated roster for team slovenia:

    IN: Luka Gračnar (Goalkeeper) (Red Bull Salzburg) (AUT)
    Žiga Pance (Forward) (HC Bolzano) (EBEL/austrian league) (ITA)


    OUT: Miha Logar (Defense) (Red Bull Salzburg) (AUT)

    Slovenia Roster for the IHWC Division 1A:

    Goalkeepers:
    Andrej Hočevar (Epinal) (FRA)
    Luka Gračnar (Red Bull Salzburg) (AUT)
    Gašper Krošelj (Sparta Rosenborg) (NOR)

    Defensemen:
    Blaž Gregorc (Pardubice) (CZE)
    Andrej Tavželj (Rouen) (FRA)
    Mitja Robar (Krefeld Pinguins) (GER) (DEL)
    Matic Podlipnik (Dukla Jihlava) (CZE)
    Luka Tošič (Epinal) (FRA)
    Miha Štebih (Dukla Jihlava) (CZE)
    Pavlin Žiga (Troja Ljungby) (SWE)

    Forwards:
    Marcel Rodman (Schwenninger Wild Wings) (DEL) (GER)
    David Rodman (IK Oskarsham) (SWE)
    Jan Urbas (Red Bull München/Munich/DEL) (GER)
    Aleš Mušič (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Jan Muršak (CSKA Moskva/KHL)
    Miha Verlič (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Anže Kuralt (Epinal) (FRA)
    Gal Koren (HKM Zvolen) (SVK)
    Ken Ograjenšek (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Goličič Boštjan (Briancon) (FRA)
    Ankerst Jaka (Briancon) (FRA)
    Tomaž Razingar (Troja Ljungby) (SWE)
    Rok Leber (Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana) (EBEL/Austrian League)
    Žiga Pance (HC Bolzano) (EBEL/austrian league) (ITA)
    And also Ograjenšek out.

    Btw Cabal..nice flag above your post :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by SloHockey View Post
    And also Ograjenšek out.

    Btw Cabal..nice flag above your post :D
    Oh, sorry did not see that. I´ll change it to the right flag of course. ;)

    Colours were quite the same. ;)

    Ok, i did some edits on post, Ograjenšek also out.

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    By my count, Slovenia has 15 Olympians, Austria 8

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    Quote Originally Posted by bekayne View Post
    By my count, Slovenia has 15 Olympians, Austria 8
    Austria 8 and Slovenia even more than 15..17 to be precise :)

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    Rosters have changed a bit, so I have to update my predictions:

    Hungary
    Slovenia
    Austria
    Ukraine
    Korea
    Japan

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    Is there any reason why Alexei Ponikarovsky won't be playing for Ukraine?
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    Don't know, but it definitely means that Ukraine's team will be weakened as a result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Rosters have changed a bit, so I have to update my predictions:

    Hungary
    Slovenia
    Austria
    Ukraine
    Korea
    Japan
    I can not imagine how Hungary will be able to finish first.

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    1. Slovenia
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    3. Hungary
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    5. Korea
    6. Ukraine

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    1 Slovenia (even with missing many DEL players and Kopitar, they are very strong with many young and good players)
    2 Ukraine (somehow I feel them more unite and strong than in previous years, KHL experience)
    3 Austria (weaker than usual, many missing/retired players)
    4 Hungary (many retired defensemen can cause problems)
    5 Korea (home ice advantage)
    6 Japan (one team has to be relegated)

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    Just to give you an idea how this version of team AUT (13 IHWC rookies) is made up (numbers from the last EBEL season, there's only one non-EBEL skater on the roster):

    The 8 defensemen combine for about 80pts (18 goals) in even strength situations and incredible 23pts (of which 6 goals) in numerical superiority. These 23 PP pts are scored by just three players and 50% of them by one guy (Dominique Heinrich). The reason is of course that only these three defensemen get to play PP at all, the others are simply not used on PP.

    The 14 forwards racked up massive 242pts (about 18 on average) in even strength situations including 100 goals. No less than 20% (21) of those goals were scored by Brian Lebler. On PP the forwards account for just 44points (17 goals), more than a third of the goals were scored by just one player (Lebler, who else). Ten players have 1 or zero PP scoring points, again the reason is that they are not part of their club teams' PP units. So it basically not possible to have two complete forward lines of players who regularily play with the man advantage ontheir club teams (same goes for the defensemen).

    Doesn't seem very likely AUT will score a lot of goals. So if victories shall happen it looks like the defensive part of the game will have to work. Starkbaum is the tourney's best goalie on paper and he will also have to be on the ice if AUT should have any chance to promote. Maybe the no-names prove me wrong but just by the numbers one can't reasonably expect a top 2 position by this team.
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    I'd love to see Ukraine&Japan to promote. Beloved neighbours are all in some kind of trouble. Slovenians missing 5 top players. Austrians&Hungarians with quite week roster. Ukraine can take advantage of that and with Fedotenko and few other KHLers.

    Slava Ukraini! :)

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    Keep an eye on South-Korean Sanghoon Shin. Fast and good skilfull forward. Shin played good season in Finland second higher league.

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    Yes, Ukraine has a very good roster. But not the best (still mising a few players). Fedotenko is out because of the knee injury and of course Ponikarovsky and also Kasyanchuk. I don`t know about Razin (is he eligible?) but he is also missing. But they still got Materukhin, Varlamov, Shafarenko, Timchenko, Zakharov, Mikhnov, Navarenko, Pobedonostsev,...all pretty good players.

    All in all, first two games (Austria and Hungary) will tell a lot about Ukrainian ambitions. My wish is that Slovenia and Ukraine promote...

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    Hungary Hungary final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Zoltan Hetenyi (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Peter Sevela (DAB Docler)

    Defenders
    Arnold Varga (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Viktor Tokaji (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Attila Orban (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Marton Vas (Frankfurt Lions)
    Tamas Pozsgai (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Tamas Groschl (DAB Docler)
    Bence Magosi (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Adrian Huffner (DAB Docler)

    Forwards
    Csaba Kovacs (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Balazs Sebok (Karpat Oulu)
    Andras Benk (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Krisztian Nagy (El Paso Rhinos)
    Daniel Koger (Elmira Jackals)
    Zsolt Azari (DAB Docler)
    Istvan Sofron (Krefeld Pinguine)
    Janos Vas (Rouen)
    Janos Hari (HIFK Helsinki)
    Arpad Mihaly (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Balint Magosi (Sapa Ferhervar)
    Istvan Bartalis (IF Troja-Ljungby)

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    Japan Japan final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Yutaka Fukufuji (Nikko Ice Bucks)
    Yuta Narisawa (Oji Eagles)

    Defenders
    Kazumasa Sasaki (Oji Eagles)
    Aaron Keller (Oji Eagles)
    Denis Akimoto (Nippon Paper Cranes)
    Ryo Hashimoto (Oji Eagles)
    Shun Sakata (Nippon Papper Cranes)
    Takafumi Yamashita (Oji Eagles)
    Shinya Yanadori (Nippon Papper Cranes)

    Forwards
    Yuto Osawa (Oji Eagles)
    Takuma Kawai (Tohoku Free Blades)
    Masahito Nishiwaki (Nippon Papper Cranes)
    Hiroshi Sato (Nippon Papper Cranes)
    Go Tanaka (Tohoku Free Blades)
    Kohei Mitamura (Oji Eagles)
    Daisuke Obara (Nippon Papper Cranes)
    Takeshi Saito (Oji Eagles)
    Shuhei Kuji (Oji Eagles)
    Kenta Takagi (Nippon Papper Cranes)
    SeijiTakahashi (Oji Eagles)
    Hiroki Ueno (Nikko Ice Bucks)
    Takuro Yamashita (Tohoku Free Blades)

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    Ukraine Ukraine final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Vadym Seliverstov (HK Astana)
    Sergi Gaiduchenko (Donbass Donetsk)

    Defenders
    Yuri Navarenko (HK Gomel)
    Mykola Ladygin (Hull Stingrays)
    Igor Kugut (Bily Bars Bila Tserkva)
    Danylo Skrypets (Moloda Gvardia Donetsk)
    Olexander Pobyedonostsev (Titan Klin)
    Denys Isayenko (Kompanion Kyiv)
    Denys Petrukhno (Donbass Donetsk)

    Forwards
    Oleg Shafarenko (Yunost Minsk)
    Andri Mikhnov (Metallurg Zhlobin)
    Dmytro Nimenko (Kompanion Kyiv)
    Viktor Zakharov (Donbass Donetsk)
    Sergi Varlamov (Donbass Donetsk)
    Pavlo Padakin (Calgary Hitmen)
    Oleg Tymchenko (Yunost Minsk)
    Olexander Materukhin (Dynamo Minsk)
    Olexander Toryanyk (Donbass Donetsk)
    Maxym Kvitchenko (Donbass Donetsk)
    Roman Blagy (Donbass Donetsk)
    Artem Bondaryev (Bily Bars Bila Tserkva)
    Yevgen Belukhin (Donbass Donetsk)

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    hello,
    can anyone tell me if there is any live video streaming of the Slovenia-Japan game today.
    and if there is how would I get it here in Canada
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by japcan View Post
    hello,
    can anyone tell me if there is any live video streaming of the Slovenia-Japan game today.
    and if there is how would I get it here in Canada
    Thanks
    http://wmia.iihf.com/en/information/#tv-listings

    might help around gametime. I was able to find ukraine and austria fairly quick

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    So I really got up at 5:30 to see Aut:Ukr.
    Ukraine are slow and Dominique Heinrich is aiming well so far...

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    Damn, could not watch it here in germany. Your ORF Sport Plus Site says "livestream only in austria"...

    I tried some proxys but they were all way to slow. Not even quick enough for a diashow of the game.

    3-2 Overtime win for austria or not?

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    Day 1; Game 1

    Ukraine - Austria 2:3/OT (1:2, 1:0, 0:0, 0:1)
    0:1 - 09.48 Dominique Heinrich (Koch) PP1
    1:1 - 10.04 Roman Blagy (Mikhnov, Belukhin)
    1:2 - 12.29 Dominique Heinrich(2) (Lebler, Schumnig) PP1
    2:2 - 32.48 Olexander Materukhin (Tymchenko, Shafarenko) PP1
    2:3 - 61.34 Brian Lebler PP1
    PIM: 9x2 - 4x2 SOG: 24-25 Att: 2371
    Goalkeepers: Sergi Gaiduchenko 22/25 - Bernhard Starkbaum 22/24
    Refs: Jan Hribik (CZE), Andreas Koch (SUI) Linesmen: Kensuke Kanazawa (JPN), Tomas Pesek (CZE)
    UKR: Gaiduchenko Sergi; Navarenko Yuri, Pobyedonostsev Olexander, Mikhnov Andri, Blagy Roman, Belukhin Yevgen +A, Isayenko Denys, Petrukhno Denys, Shafarenko Oleg, Tymchenko Oleg, Materukhin Olexander +A, Ladygin Mykola, Kugut Igor, Varlamov Sergi +C, Toryanyk Olexander, Kvitchenko Maxym, Skrypets Danylo, Nimenko Dmytro, Zakharov Viktor, Padakin Pavlo, Bondaryev Artem
    AUT: Starkbaum Bernhard; Altmann Mario, Schumnig Martin, Lebler Brian, Koch Thomas +C, Hundertpfund Thomas +A, Heinrich Dominique, Schlacher Markus, Komarek, Oberkofler Danile +A, Iberer Matthias, Mitterdorfer Daniel, Muhlstein Florian, Petrik Nicolas, Schiechl Michael, Petrik Benjamin, Peter Patrick, Fischer Mario, Geier Stefan, Geier Manuel

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    Ah ok, thanks Starkovs.

    Hopefully there are some streams available for other games. It sucks to be not able to watch the games of austrian team.
    Last edited by Cabal; 20-04-2014 at 10:10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabal View Post
    Ah ok, thanks Starkovs.

    Hopefully there are some streams available for other games. I sucks to be not able to watch the games of austrian team.
    You must be a die hard hockey fan or are you secretly Austrian? ;-)
    I watched the game, it was as expected...the new Austrian squad showed a good effort and quite good spirit but the means in general are fairly limited. If it wasn't for a good game by Starkbaum and the top players like Heinrich, Koch, Hundertpfund and of course Lebler (I told you) we could have lost this game easily and that's despite the fact that Ukraine had weak goaltending and a big problem with fitness. Also the Ukrainian defense which predominantly plays in the Ukrainian league is very underwhelming. The established Ukrainian players are fairly good when they can play standing hockey but as long as the pace is kept up Ukraine won't go anywhere. If Slovenia has anything else than a horrible day against Ukraine they will thrash them. Honestly, I wouldn'tbe surprised if Ukraine had to go down again, the lack of athleticism by their older guys will only worsen over the tournament, a problem I don't see that much for the other teams.
    Ah yes, putting the puck in onlone rushes to the goal would have made it a 3-point day for AUT but neither Hundertpfund nor Iberer did so.

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    Well i just like to watch the austrian games. I watched every olympic game of team austria during socchi that i could, also hoping for good results for team AUT. And i watched hungary - austria testing game last weekend. ;) Somehow the stream worked for me using a proxy from austria back then. But today it did not work for some reason, sadly. I missed first and second period due to the fact that i was at work during that time. I came home and tried to get the ORF sport plus livestream to work, but it only showed me some stills, not more, no streaming at all. I think i am just interested in austrian hockey. I watched some EBEL games on sundays this season too. ;) Thx to Servus TV, you can watch em in germany too. ;)

    Cable guys from EBEL are way more fun then the most DEL Cable guy episodes, btw. ;)
    Divis and Kalt from Servus Hockey Night 2011, was a very nice scene for example. XD

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    Help!
    I am on the slovenia SPORT TV site but I cant get a stream.
    Where do I click
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