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    2015 IIHF World Championship Qualifier - Yokohama, Japan; 8-11.Nov

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    Shin-Yokohama Skate Center, capacity: -


    Tournament fixtures
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    8/11 Japan Czech Republic 14.00 Shin-Yokohama
    9/11 Czech Republic Japan 14.00Shin-Yokohama
    11/11 Japan Czech Republic 19.00Shin-Yokohama

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    so far I'm informed, the thirth game on 11.11. will be played in any case. If the qualification is decided after two games, the thirth one will be a friendly game.
    Cheers, Franco

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    so far I'm informed, the thirth game on 11.11. will be played in any case. If the qualification is decided after two games, the thirth one will be a friendly game.
    Will the IIHF still recognize the game's statistics? It makes sense to play it since the ice time is already booked and the Czechs are already in Japan, nevermind the return flight being chosen by now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trim View Post
    Will the IIHF still recognize the game's statistics? It makes sense to play it since the ice time is already booked and the Czechs are already in Japan, nevermind the return flight being chosen by now.
    I'm sure.....no..... I agree, it makes abolutely sense. Another game for my statistics.....
    Cheers, Franco

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    any info about japan roster ? - looks that czech team are practically full

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    thanks for info

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    Czech Republic Czech Republic final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Radka Lhotska (Salzgitter Icefighters)
    Klara Peslarova (Biryusa Krasnoyarsk)

    Defenders
    Aneta Tejralova (Dynamo St. Petersburg)
    Katerina Flachsova (SC Reinach)
    Petra Herzigova (HC Neuchatel)
    Dominika Laskova (Slavia Praha)
    Pavlina Horalkova (Biryusa Krasnoyarsk)
    Jana Fialova (Canada)
    Anna Zikova (SK Karvina)

    Forwards
    Katerina Bukolska (Slavia Praha)
    Alena Polenska (Dynamo St. Petersburg)
    Denisa Krizova (Northeastern University)
    Simona Studentova (HC Neuchatel)
    Lucie Povova (Northeastern University)
    Aneta Ledlova (SK Karvina)
    Katerina Mrazova (University of Minnesota Duluth)
    Dominika Vopravilova (HC Kladno)
    Tereza Vanisova (Slavia Praha)
    Lucie Manhartova (Biryusa Krasnoyarsk)
    Martina Vonkova (HC Plzen)
    Michaela Pejzlova (Stanstead College)
    Vendula Pribylova (SK Karvina)

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    Japan Japan final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Nana Fujimoto (Vortex Sapporo)
    Ayu Tonosaki (Daishin)

    Defenders
    Shiori Koike (Mitsuboshi Daito Perigrine)
    Rina Takeda (Mikage Gretz)
    Ayaka Toko (Seibu Princess Rabbits)
    Kanae Aoki (Mitsuboshi Daito Perigrine)
    Sena Suzuki (Seibu Princess Rabbits)
    Mika Hori (Toyota Cygnus)
    Riko Yamaya (Mitsuboshi Daito Perigrine)
    Aina Takeuchi (Calgary Inferno)

    Forwards
    Haruna Yoneyama (Mitsuboshi Daito Perigrine)
    Yurie Adachi (Seibu Princess Rabbits)
    Chiho Osawa (Mitsuboshi Daito Perigrine)
    Moeko Fujimoto (Espoo Blues)
    Haruka Toko (Seibu Princess Rabbits)
    Rui Ukita (Daishin)
    Naho Terashima (Daishin)
    Yuka Hirano (AIK Stockholm)
    Miho Shishiuchi (HPK Hameenlinna)
    Hanae Kubo (Seibu Princess Rabbits)
    Tomomi Iwahara (Seibu Princess Rabbits)
    Ami Nakamura (Seibu Princess Rabbits)

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    Game 1

    Japan - Czech Republic 2:0 (0:0, 1:0, 1:0)
    1:0 - 27.06 Naho Terashima (Ukita)
    2:0 - 53.54 Shiori Koike (Kubo, Hirano) PP1
    PIM: 4x2 - 5x2 SOG: 20-28 Att: 821
    Goalkeepers: Nana Fujimoto 28/28 - Klara Peslarova 18/20
    Ref: Joy Johnston Tottman (GBR) Linesmen: Jamie Fenstermacher (USA), Danielle McGurry (CAN)
    JPN: Fujimoto Nana; Koike Shiori, Suzuki Sena, Yoneyama Haruna, Osawa Chiho +C, Fujimoto Moeko, Toko Ayaka, Aoki Kanae, Hirano Yuka +A, Kubo Hanae +A, Nakamura Ami, Takeda Rina, Adachi Yurie, Toko Haruka, Iwahara Tomomi, Yamaya Riko, Takeuchi Aina, Ukita Rui, Terashima Naho, Shishiuchi Miho
    CZE: Peslarova Klara; Herzigova Petra, Horalkova Pavlina, Ledlova Aneta, Vanisova Tereza, Pribylova Vendula, Tejralova Aneta +A, Zikova Anna, Polenska Aiena +C, Studentova Simona, Manhartova Lucie, Flachsova Katerina +A, Laskova Dominika, Mrazova Katerina, Pejzlova Michaela, Fialova Jana, Bukolska Katerina, Povova Lucie, Vopravlova Dominka, Vonkova Martina

    *Japan leads series 1-0

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    Game 2

    Czech Republic - Japan 2:0 (0:0, 1:0, 1:0)
    1:0 - 35.14 Alena Polenska (Bukolska)
    2:0 - 49.20 Denisa Krizova (Mrazova)
    PIM: 2x2 - 3x2 SOG: 22-17 Att: 975
    Goalkeepers: Klara Peslarova 17/17 - Nana Fijimoto 20/22
    Ref: Aina Hova (NOR) Linesmen: Jamie Fenstermacher (USA), Tae Ri Lee (KOR)
    CZE: Herzigova Petra, Fialova Jana, Bukolska Katerina, Krizova Denisa, Mrazova Katerina, Tejralova Aneta +A, Horalkova Pavlina, Zikova Anna, Polenska Alena +C, Povova Lucie, Flachsova Katerina +A, Laskova Dominika, Ledlva Aneta, Vanisova Tereza, Pribylova Vendula, Studentova Simona, Vopravilova Dominika, Manhartova Lucie, Vonkova Martina, Pejzlova Michaela
    JPN: Koike Shiori, Suzuki Sena, Yoneyama Haruna, Osawa Chiho +C, Fujimoto Moeko, Toko Ayaka, Aoki Kanae, Hirano Yuka +A, Kubo Hanae +A, Nakamura Arni, Takeda Rina, Hori Mika, Adachi Yuri, Toko Haruka, Iwahara Tomomi, Yamaya Riko, Takeuchi Aina, Ukita Rui, Terashima Naho, Shishiuchi Miho

    *Series tied 1-1

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    I'd like to thank the Czech Republic for making it a three-game series. Even better that its 2-2 on the series scoreline thus far.
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    Game 3

    Japan - Czech Republic 2:1 (1:0, 0:0, 1:1)
    1:0 - 18.22 Moeko Fujimoto (Yoneyama, Osawa)
    2:0 - 48.51 Ami Nakamura (Takeuchi)
    2:1 - 51.40 Tereza Vanisova
    PIM: 2x2 - 5x2 SOG: 21-14 Att: 868
    Goalkeepers: Nana Fujimoto 13/14 - Klara Peslarova 19/21
    Ref: Joy Johnston Tottman (GBR) Linesmen: Tae Ri Lee (KOR), Danielle McGurry (CAN)
    JPN: Fujimoto Nana; Koike Shiori, Suzuki Shena, Yoneyama Haruna, Osawa Chiho +C, Fujimoto Moeko, Toko Ayaka, Aoki Kanae, Hirano Yuka +A, Kubo Hanae +A, Nakamura Ami, Takeda Rina, Hori Mika, Adachi Yurie, Toko Haruka, Iwahara Tomomi, Yamaya Riko, Takeuchi Aina, Ukita Rui, Terashima Naho, Shishiuchi Miho
    CZE: Peslarova Klara; Herzigova Petra, Fialova Jana, Krizova Denisa, Mrazova Katerina, Pejzlova Michaela, Tejralova Aneta +A, Zikova Anna, Bukolska Katerina, Polenska Alena +C, Studentova Simona, Laskova Dominika, Horalkova Pavlina, Ledlova Aneta, Vanisova Tereza, Pribylova Vendula, Flachsova Katerina +A, Povova Lucie, Vopravilova Dominika, Manhartova Lucie, Vonkova Martina

    *Japan wins series 2-1

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    Very disappointing result for Czechs. Especially after great home championship in Přerov :-(. So I hope that we will win once again in Rouen and promote to Canada 2016.

    I am not woman hockey expert but I don`t really understand while we get medals in U18 elite division and have problems with promotion at "senior" category.

    I also think that is another mark of falling reputation of czech hockey. Look at IHWC 2015 teams... 7 hockey countries and no Czech Republic. Truly, truly sad.

    Seems like Czech adult women have other priorities or maybe lack of space to another hockey development. Untapped potential. Wasting hockey possibilities of our country.

    :-(

    Congratulations to Japan.

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    One or two players can make the difference in any given year at the U18 level (team depth is very limited there) whereas you can take those one or two players from many different years and put them together on a senior team to make a very good team. I think the Czechs came to the game a little later than other nations in terms of women's hockey, and they are really only now starting to develop top players for the senior team. Give them a few more years and you'll likely see continued improvement.

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