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    2015 IIHF World U20 Div.IIA - Tallinn, Estonia; 7th-13th.Dec

    Estonia
    Great Britain
    Korea
    Lithuania
    Netherlands
    Romania

    Tondiraba Jäähall, capacity: 5,840


    Tournament fixtures
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    7/12 Netherlands Great Britain 13:00 Tondiraba Jäähall
    7/12 Lithuania Romania 16:30Tondiraba Jäähall
    7/12 Korea Estonia 20:00Tondiraba Jäähall
    8/12 Great Britain Lithuania 13:00Tondiraba Jäähall
    8/12 Netherlands Korea 16:30Tondiraba Jäähall
    8/12 Estonia Romania 20:00 Tondiraba Jäähall
    10/12 Lithuania Korea 13.00Tondiraba Jäähall
    10/12 Great Britain Romania 16.30Tondiraba Jäähall
    10/12 Netherlands Estonia 20.00Tondiraba Jäähall
    12/12 Romania Netherlands 13.00Tondiraba Jäähall
    12/12 Korea Great Britain 16.30Tondiraba Jäähall
    12/12 Estonia Lithuania 20.00Tondiraba Jäähall
    13/12 Romania Korea 13.00Tondiraba Jäähall
    13/12 Lithuania Netherlands 16.30Tondiraba Jäähall
    13/12 Great Britain Estonia 20.00Tondiraba Jäähall

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    Where Fursa (spelling) is playing this year ? He is club is "Latvia" ¨?!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Where Fursa (spelling) is playing this year ? He is club is "Latvia" ¨?!?
    He plays here in Jūrmala. Russ is with Asplöven J-20 and Seppenen is listed as "Russia" but plays with Žalgiris Vilnius.

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    Estonia Estonia final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Daniil Seppenen (Žalgiris Vilnius)
    Anatoli Sizov (HC Viking)

    Defenders
    Maksim Anohhin (Narva PSK0
    Deniss Antonov (HC Viking)
    Dmitri Patrusev (Narva PSK)
    Andres Kato (Nynashamns IF)
    Vladen Antsevski (Narva PSK)
    Nikita Markov (Kohtla-Jarva Viru Sputnik)

    Forwards
    German Samvel (Honeybaked Farmington Hills)
    Daniil Fursa (HASC Jūrmala)
    Vadim Vasjonkin (Honeybaked Farmington Hills)
    Konstantin Ljubobratets (HK Liepāja)
    Mihkel Sinikas (Espoo Blues)
    Ragnar-Hindrek Russ (Asploven IF)
    Robert Arrak (Espoo Blues)
    Jegor Petrov (Narva PSK)
    Nikita Kozorev (HC Viking)
    Maksim Puzakov (HC Viking)
    Vladimir Nestertsuk (Kiekko-Vantaa)
    Nikita Smirnov (Espoo Blues)
    Dmitri Vinogradov (HC Viking)
    Mihhail Tugo (Wilkes-Barre Scranton Miners)

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    Great Britain Great Britain final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Adam Goss (Mercyhurst College)
    Jordan Hedley (Milton Keynes Lightning)

    Defenders
    Scott Robson (Peterborough Phantoms)
    Matthew Selby (Basingstoke Bison)
    Craig Moore (Ogden Mustangs)
    Callum Buglass (Swindon Wildcats)
    Harvey Stead (Bracknell Bees)
    Joshua Grieveson (Middlesex)
    Declan Balmer (Basingstoke Bison)

    Forwards
    Alexander Forbes (Ogden Mustangs)
    Michael Stratford (Okanagan Academy UK)
    Lewis Hook (Milton Keynes Lightning)
    Cameron Wynn (Basingstoke Bison)
    Oliver Betteridge (Swindon Wildcats)
    Bobby Chamberlain (Manchester Phoenix)
    Jordan Cownie (Milton Keynes Lightning)
    Glen Billing (Okanagan Academy UK)
    Samuel Towner (Hull Stingrays)
    Floyd Taylor (Swindon Wildcats)
    Ivan Antonov (Basingstoke Bison)
    Samuel Duggan (Orebro HK)
    Toms Rutkis (Okanagan Academy UK)

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    Korea Korea final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Yeonseung Lee (Korea University)
    Kweonyoung Kim (Yonsei University)

    Defenders
    Yeongjun Seo (Korea University)
    Jonghyun Jung (Yonsei University)
    Jinhwan Kim (Yonsei University)
    Hyeongcheol Song (Yonsei University)
    Kyoung Jun Seo (Korea University)
    Ju Young Mun (Yonsei University)
    Byung Jun Bae (Kwangwoon University)

    Forwards
    Yong Won Chang (Korea University)
    Sangwon Kim (Yonsei University)
    Doo Hyn Hwang (Korea University)
    Mincheol Kim (Korea University)
    Seongjun Kim (Kyunghee University)
    Seung Ho Lee (Yonsei University)
    Dong Chul Shin (Korea University)
    Chonghyun Lee (Sun Duck HS)
    Junsung Park (Kyunghee University)
    Dohyung Kim (Korea University)
    Jin Young Heo (Yonsei University)
    Taekwang Son (Yonsei University)

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    Lithuania Lithuania final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Simas Baltrūnas (Platina Chisinau)
    Artur Pavliukov (HK Liepāja)

    Defenders
    Edgar Protčenko (Žalgiris Vilnius)
    Aurimas Gaidauskas (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Domantas Čypas (HK Rīga)
    Jaunius Jasinevičius (Ostersund/Brunflo IF)
    Ernestas Pavlovskis (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Lukas Jonuška (HK Liepāja Juniors)

    Forwards
    Ilja Četvertak (Žalgiris Vilnius)
    Danielius Nomanovas (Žalgiris Vilnius)
    Simonas Gorelis (Bracebridge Blues)
    Dominykas Bisturys (Vilnius Ober-Haus)
    Arturas Laukaitis (Elektrėnų Energija)
    Denis Kuzminov (HK Liepāja Juniors)
    Ugnius Čižas (Žalgiris Vilnius)
    Ernestas Trukšnys (Juodupės Juodupė)
    Vilius Krakauskas (HK Liepāja Juniors)
    Paulius Gintautas (IK Comet Halden)
    Edvinas Boroška (Žalgiris Vilnius)
    Emilijus Krakauskas (EHC Biel/Bienne)
    Deivid Četvertak (HASC Jūrmala)
    Rokas Bazys (Elektrėnų Energija)

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    Netherlands Netherlands final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Mitchel Hamers (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Jefrey Vermeulen (Nijmegen Devils)

    Defenders
    Niels van der Vossen (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Boet van Gestel (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Evo Suurhoff (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Giovanni Vogelaar (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Thijs Voorn (Trappers Tilburg)
    Jordy Verkiel (Trappers Tilburg)
    Rick van Haren (Eaters Limburg)
    Kilian van Gorp (Trappers Tilburg)
    Guus van Nes (Eindhoven Kemphanen)

    Forwards
    Reno de Hondt (Tappers Tilburg)
    Cas Staps (Trappers Tilburg)
    Roderick van den Hout (White Caps Turnhout)
    Bartek Bison (Adler Mannheim)
    Jesse Hendriks (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Raymond van der Schuit (Eidndhoven Kemphanen)
    Jord Smit (Eaters Limburg)
    Justin Evers (Red Eagles Den Bosch)
    Joey Beeren (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Danny Stempher (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Max Hermens (Eaters Limburg)

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    Romania Romania final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Attila Adorjan (Miskolci JJSE)
    Gabriel Uruc (Steaua Bucharest)

    Defenders
    Zsolt Matyas (Corona Brasov)
    Tihamer Gyorfy (Miskolci JJSE)
    Florin Ceeanga (Steaua Bucharest)
    Hugo Gecse (SC Miercurea Ciuc)
    Szilard Orban (Miskolci JJSE)
    Mircea Oniciuc (EV Regensburg)

    Forwards
    Arnold Kovacs (Miskolci JJSE)
    Gabriel Spiridon (Dunarea Galati)
    Hunor Csergo (Progym Gheorgheni)
    Szabolcs Hildebrand (SC Miercurea Ciuc)
    Mircea Constantin (Steaua Bucharest)
    Istvan Gereb (SC Miercurea Ciuc)
    Zoltan Molnar (SC Miercurea Ciuc)
    Robert Egyed (MAC Budapest)
    Norbert Rokaly (SC Miercurea Ciuc)
    Arnold Sillo (MAC Budapest)
    Mihai Sotir (Steaua Bucharest)
    Zaharia Stefan (Steaua Bucharest)
    Tibor Albert (Miskolci JJSE)
    Gabriel Barbu (Sportul Studentesc Bucharest)

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    Cool to see Samvel representing Estonia. He hasn't played on Estonian ice since 07/08 season for sure. Thought he might be another of those Estonia's ethnic Russians who hold on to their Russian passports and never appear on international stage.

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    Day 1; Game 1

    Netherlands - Great Britain 2:4 (0:0, 0:1, 2:3)
    0:1 - 20.27 Ivan Antonov (Forbes, Moore) SH1
    0:2 - 43.43 Oliver Betteridge (Stratford)
    1:2 - 47.14 Giovanni Vogelaar (van der Schuit, van Gorp)
    2:2 - 49.15 Guus van Nes (Hermens)
    2:3 - 52.21 Jordan Cownie
    2:4 - 54.01 Bobby Chamberlain (Cownie, Hook)
    PIM: 3x2 - 6x2 SOG: 42-35 Att: 97
    Goalkeepers: Jefrey Vermeulen 31/35 - Adam Goss 40/42
    Ref: Vladimir Nalivaiko (BLR) Linesmen: Tomislav Grozaj (CRO), Emil Yletyinen (SWE)
    NED: Vermeulen Jefrey; van Gestel Boet, Suurhoff Evo, van der Schuit Raymond +C, Beeren Joey, Stempher Danny +A, Verkiel Jordy, van Haren Rick, de Hondt Reno, Staps Cas, Evers Justin, Vogelaar Giovanni, van Gop Kilian +A, van Nes Guus, Bison Bartek, Hermens Max, van der Vossen Niels, Voorn Thijs, van den Hout Roderick, Hendriks Jesse, Smit Jord
    GBR: Goss Adam; Moore Craig, Buglass Callum, Wynn Cameron, Betteridge Oliver, Taylor Floyd, Robson Scott, Stead Harvey, Antonov Ivan, Duggan Samuel, Rutkis Toms, Selby Matthew +C, Balmer Declan, Hook Lewis, Chamberlain Bobby +A, Cownie Jordan +A, Grieveson Joshua, Forbes Alexander, Stratford Michael, Billing Glen, Towner Samuel

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    LTU should take this group...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    LTU should take this group...
    Not off to a good start. Romania leading Lithuania 3-1 in the second.

    I can see GBR coming away with this one. Korea will probably give them a good run though, and Estonia could be dangerous based on their top line... don't think they have the depth, but at this level one really strong top line can be a difference maker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    Estonia could be dangerous based on their top line... don't think they have the depth, but at this level one really strong top line can be a difference maker.
    What is Estonian's best line? I see that this year they have lots of talent forwards for several lines. Goalies are also good to this level. The dept of defence could be key maker to how they finally success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    Not off to a good start. Romania leading Lithuania 3-1 in the second.
    This is true but atleast they are dominating Romania, 20+ shots in each period. Adorjan has been playing outstanding for Romania and they are capitalizing on their chances but 3-3 into the third, I bet Lithuania pulls away.

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    Well I guess its a good thing I dont bet, that wasnt even a good period from Lithuania. Two stupid, stupid penalties to give the two man advantage to Romania and of course, they score. I will say, as disappointed I was in Lithuania and how frustrating they were at times, they still fought back every time. Not impressed by Baltrūnas, dont see them competing for promotion unless this was just first match nerves.

    I cant be 100% sure because the stream wasnt of the best quality, but it looked like Čypas had all the moves today, almost scored some real beauties.

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    agree with starkovs, cypas played really nice game - romania so lucky in efectivity shots in my eyes

    tomorrow i see really hard battle between GBvsLTU - should be fight about promotion - we will see

    also interestiong could be evening game - estonia won frindly game with korea 3:2 - so we could predicted another hard match and i think with finally win for home team

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    Day 1; Game 2

    Lithuania - Romania 6:5/SO (1:1, 2:2, 2:2, 0:0-1:0)
    1:0 - 04.07 Danielius Nomanovas (Čypas, I.Četvertak)
    1:1 - 08.53 Arnold Sillo (Egyed, Gecse) SH1
    1:2 - 21.41 Mircea Constantin (Spiridon)
    1:3 - 24.36 Arnold Sillo(2) (Gereb, Egyed) PP1
    2:3 - 30.51 Ilja Četvertak (Protčenko, Nomanovas) PP1
    3:3 - 37.18 Domantas Čypas
    3:4 - 44.29 Tibor Albert (Gecse, Csergo)
    4:4 - 47.41 Danielius Nomanovas(2) PS
    4:5 - 58.31 Hugo Gecse (Hildebrand, Csergo) PP2
    5:5 - 59.38 Ugnius Čižas (Nomanovas, Gintautas) PP1
    6:5 - 65.00 Paulius Gintautas
    PIM: 6x2+1x10 - 8x2 SOG: 56-28 Att: 312
    Goalkeepers: Simas Baltrūnas 23/28 - Attila Adorjan 50/56
    Ref: Manuel Nikolic (AUT) Linesmen: Attila Nagy (HUN), Jacques Riisom-Birker (DEN)
    LTU: Baltrūnas Simas; Protčenko Edgar, Čypas Domantas, Četvertak Ilja, Nomanovas Danielius +C, Boroška Edvinas, Jasinevičius Jaunius +A, Gorelis Simonas, Laukaitis Arturas, Čižas Ugnius +A, Gintautas Paulius, Gaidauskas Aurimas, Pavlovskis Ernestas, Trukšnys Ernestas, Krakauskas Vilius, Četvertak Deivid, Jonuška Lukas, Bisturys Dominykas, Kuzminov Denis, Krakauskas Emilijus, Bazys Rokas
    ROU: Adorjan Attila; Gecse Hugo +A, Csergo Hunor, Hildebrand Szabolcs, Gereb Istvan, Rokaly Norbert, Gyorfy Tihamer, Orban Szilard, Molnar Zoltan, Egyed Robert, Sillo Arnold +A, Matyas Zsolt, Onicius Mircea, Spirdon Gabriel, Constantin Mircea +C, Sotir Mihai, Creanga Florin, Kovacs Arnold, Stefan Zaharia, Albert Tibor, Barbu Gabriel

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    They again count post game shots as saves for goalie totals? :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neronet View Post
    agree with starkovs, cypas played really nice game - romania so lucky in efectivity shots in my eyes
    also interestiong could be evening game - estonia won frindly game with korea 3:2 - so we could predicted another hard match and i think with finally win for home team
    Alright good, it was him. :)

    Hopefully a good match from Estonia but I agree it should be an interesting match. I want to see how Korea goes along missing some of their top players from last year, however, they do return the tournaments leading scorer and goalkeeper. I also hope for a great crowd tonight, from watching the Lithuania match and seeing pictures, Tondiraba looks gorgeous.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oz View Post
    They again count post game shots as saves for goalie totals? :(
    I dont like it either, I dont know why they do.

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    Day 1; Game 3

    Korea - Estonia 4:3/SO (2:0, 1:1, 0:2, 0:0-1:0)
    1:0 - 03.52 Doo Hyun Hwang (S.H.Lee)
    2:0 - 11.14 Yeongjun Seo (C.Lee, D.Kim) PP1
    2:1 - 20.20 Daniil Fursa SH1
    3:1 - 34.00 Sangwon Kim (S.H.Lee) PP1
    3:2 - 50.20 Nikita Smirnov
    3:3 - 52.37 Vadim Vasjonkin (Kozorev, Kato) PP1
    4:3 - 65.00 Kyoung Jun Seo
    PIM: 3x2+1x25 - 8x2 SOG: 51-22 Att: 543
    Goalkeepers: Kweonyoung Kim 19/22 - Daniil Seppenen 47/51
    Ref: Tim Tzirtziganis (BEL) Linesmen: Ivan Nedeljkovic (SRB), Roman Vyleta (SVK)
    KOR: Kim Kweonyoung; Jung Jonghyun, Song Hyeongcheol, Bae Byung Jun, Hwan Doo Hyun +A, Heo Jin Youn, Seo Yeongjun +A, Seo Kyoung Jun, Chang Yong Won, Lee Chonghyun, Kim Dohyung, Kim Jinhwan, Mun Ju Young, Kim Sangwon, Lee Seung Ho, Son Taekwang, Lee Sangwon, Kim Mincheol, Kim Seongjun, Park Junsung
    EST: Seppenen Daniil; Anohhin Maksim +C, Antsevski Vladen, Fursa Daniil, Vasjonkin Vadim +A, Kozorev Nikita, Kato Andres, Markov Nikita, Ljubobratets Konstantin, Nestertsuk Vladimir, Smirnov Nikita, Antonov Deniss, Patrusev Dmitri, Russ Ragnar-Hindrek +A, Vonogradov Dmitri, Tugo Mihhai, Samvel German, Sinikas Mihkel, Arrak Robert, Petrov Jegor, Puzakov Maksim

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    estonia played horrible two periods, in last period two penalty for korean and finally estonian could also win the match - crazy result - they and thank to their goalkeeper seppenen - simply best player of the game in my eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Goalkeepers
    Mitchel Hamers (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Jefrey Vermeulen (Nijmegen Devils)

    Defenders
    Niels van der Vossen (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Boet van Gestel (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Evo Suurhoff (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Giovanni Vogelaar (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Thijs Voorn (Trappers Tilburg)
    Jordy Verkiel (Trappers Tilburg)
    Rick van Haren (Eaters Limburg)
    Kilian van Gorp (Trappers Tilburg)
    Guus van Nes (Eindhoven Kemphanen)

    Forwards
    Reno de Hondt (Tappers Tilburg)
    Cas Staps (Trappers Tilburg)
    Roderick van den Hout (White Caps Turnhout)
    Bartek Bison (Adler Mannheim)
    Jesse Hendriks (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Raymond van der Schuit (Eidndhoven Kemphanen)
    Jord Smit (Eaters Limburg)
    Justin Evers (Red Eagles Den Bosch)
    Joey Beeren (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Danny Stempher (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Max Hermens (Eaters Limburg)
    Max Hermens plays at Nacka J18 (in Sweden I believe)
    Guus van Nes at Boston jr Bruins U18
    Jesse Hendriks at Nijmegen Devils

    the rest is accurate I think

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    Some games were broadcasted online http://live.drakulastream.eu/

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp3c View Post
    Max Hermens plays at Nacka J18 (in Sweden I believe)
    Guus van Nes at Boston jr Bruins U18
    Jesse Hendriks at Nijmegen Devils

    the rest is accurate I think
    Thank you, I will never know why the submitted clubs to the IIHF are not correct, figured they would know where their own players are from. I never change it unless I know where the player plays or if its something outragous...or rather interesting. Like Mihhai Tugo playing for Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins. I would think an 18yr old Estonia playing in the AHL would of been something I heard about. :D

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    Seeing the first twenty minutes, I fail to grasp how Korea almost threw it away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Thank you, I will never know why the submitted clubs to the IIHF are not correct, figured they would know where their own players are from. I never change it unless I know where the player plays or if its something outragous...or rather interesting. Like Mihhai Tugo playing for Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins. I would think an 18yr old Estonia playing in the AHL would of been something I heard about. :D
    Good catch...

    ...I didn't notice that the "Penguins" was listed on the IIHF site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oleg A View Post
    Some games were broadcasted online http://live.drakulastream.eu/

    Oleg A, thanks!

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    In this group looks like that GB will go back to Div IB...

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    Day 2; Game 4

    Great Britain - Lithuania 5:4 (0:2, 1:0, 4:2)
    0:1 - 05.48 Ernestas Trukšnys (Kuzminov)
    0:2 - 10.40 Arturas Laukaitis (Gintautas, Jasinevičius)
    1:2 - 24.41 Cameron Wynn SH2
    2:2 - 50.13 Ivan Antonov
    3:2 - 50.31 Samuel Duggan (Robson)
    3:3 - 52.52 Ilja Četvertak (Čypas)
    4:3 - 53.33 Jordan Cownie (Hook, Rutkis)
    5:3 - 59.19 Bobby Chamberlain EN
    5:4 - 59.40 Paulius Gintautas (E.Krakauskas)
    PIM: 6x2 - 4x2 SOG: 40-25 Att: 133
    Goalkeepers: Adam Goss 21/25 - Simas Baltrūnas 35/39
    Ref: Gints Zviedrītis (LAT) Linesmen: Tomislav Grozaj (CRO), Mihail Stupak (KAZ)
    GBR: Goss Adam; Moore Craig, Buglass Callum, Wynn Cameron, Betteridge Oliver, Taylor Floyd, Robson Scott, Stead Harvey, Hook Lewis, Chamberlain Bobby +A, Cownie Jordan +A, Selby Matthew +C, Balmer Declan, Antonov Ivan, Duggan Samuel, Rutkis Toms, Grieveson Joshua, Forbes Alexander Stratford Michael, Billing Glen, Towner Samuel
    LTU: Baltrūnas Simas; Protčenko Edgar, Čypas Domantas, Četvertak Ilja, Nomanovas Danielius +C, Boroška Edvinas, Jasinevičius Jaunius +A, Gorelis Simonas, Laukaitis Arturas, Čižas Ugnius +A, Gintautas Paulius, Jonuška Lukas, Bisturys Dominykas, Krakauskas Emilijus, Četvertak Deivid, Bazys Rokas, Gaidauskas Aurimas, Pavlovskis Ernestas, Kuzminov Denis, Trukšnys Ernestas, Krakauskas Vilius

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    5/6pts for promoted Korea, impressive start for them. Nothing from bronze medalists and silver medalists with just 2, not so impressive. Unless GB royally screws up, I cant see them failing to return. I forgot they were relegated due to a player, guess that explains why they were so thorough to make sure Rutkis was eligible.

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    Day 2; Game 5

    Netherlands - Korea 2:3 (2:0, 0:1, 0:2)
    1:0 - 01.31 Kilian van Gorp (Bison, van Nes)
    2:0 - 17.20 Jord Smit (Vogelaar, Stempher)
    2:1 - 31.32 Chonghyun Lee (Y.Seo, D.Kim) PP1
    2:2 - 48.37 Yeongjun Seo (C.Lee, Chang)
    2:3 - 57.35 Byung Jun Bae (Song, Heo) PP1
    PIM: 6x2 - 3x2 SOG: 37-30 Att: 323
    Goalkeepers: Mitchel Hamers 27/30 - Yeonseung Lee 35/37
    Ref: Manuel Nikolic (AUT) Linesmen: Ivan Nedeljkovic (SRB), Roman Vyleta (SVK)
    NED: Hamers Mitchel; Verkiel Jordy, van Haren Rick, de Hondt Reno, Staps Cas, Beeren Joey, Vogelaar Giovanni, van Gorp Kilian +A, van Nes Guus, Bison Bartek, Hermens Max, van Gestel Boet, Suurhoff Evo, van der Schuit Raymond +C, Smit Jord, Stempher Danny +A, van der Vossen Niels, Voorn Thijs, van den Hout Roderick, Hendriks Jesse, Evers Justin
    KOR: Lee Yeonseung; Song Hyeongcheol, Mun Ju Young, Bae Byung Jun, Hwang Doo Hyun +A, Heo Jin Young, Seo Yeongjun +A, Seo Kyoung Jun, Chang Yong Won, Lee Chonghyun, Kim Dohyung, Jung Jonghyun, Lee Sangwon, Kim sangwon, Lee Seung Ho, Son Taekwang, Kim Mincheol, Kim Seongjun, Park Junsung

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    After EST-ROM game i think we will know who is going down...

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    yes - normally japan should relegated

    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    5/6pts for promoted Korea, impressive start for them. Nothing from bronze medalists and silver medalists with just 2, not so impressive. Unless GB royally screws up, I cant see them failing to return. I forgot they were relegated due to a player, guess that explains why they were so thorough to make sure Rutkis was eligible.

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    Estonia - 4 points!

    Estonian and Lithuanian coaches:

    http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=2663

    http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=16228


    At least remarkables player-careers both of them. Helenius was the first finnish fighter in the NHL. Nowadays he is a teacher, if I'm understand right.

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    Day 2; Game 6

    Estonia - Romania 4:2 (0:0, 1:1, 3:1)
    1:0 - 35.21 Deniss Antonov
    1:1 - 38.33 Hunor Csergo (Hildebrand, Rokaly)
    2:1 - 50.44 Robert Arrak (Petrov, Anohhin)
    3:1 - 57.15 Jegor Petrov (Antonov)
    3:2 - 58.07 Robert Egyed (Oniciuc, Matyas)
    4:2 - 59.56 German Samvel SH1 EN
    PIM: 4x2+1x5x20 - 6x2 SOG: 54-30 Att: 1215
    Goalkeepers: Anatoli Sizov 28/30 - Attila Adorjan 50/53
    Ref: Vladimir Nalivaiko (BLR) Linesmen: Attila Nagy (HUN), Jacques Riisom-Birker (DEN)
    EST: Sizov Anatoli; Anohhin Maksim +C, Antsevski Vladen, Fursa Daniil, Vasjonkin Vadim +A, Kozorev Nikita, Kato Andres, Markov Nikita, Arrak Robert, Petrov Jegor, Puzakov Maksim, Antonov Deniss, Patrusev Dmitri, Russ Ragnar-Hindrek +A, Vinogradov Dmitri, Tugo Mihhail, Samvel German, Ljubobratets Konstantin, Sinikas Mihkel, Nestertsuk Vladimir, Smirnov Nikita
    ROU: Adorjan Attila; Creanga Florin, Gecse Hugo +A, Csergo Hunor, Hildebrand Szabolcs, Rokaly Norbert, Gyorfy Tihamer, Orban Szilard, Molnar Zoltan, Egyed Robert, Sillo Arnold +A, Matyas Zsolt, Oniciuc Mircea, Spiridon Gabriel, Constantin Mircea +C, Sotir Mihai, Kovacs Arnold, Gereb Istvan, Stefan Zaharia, Albert Tibor, Barbu Gabriel

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    Estonia had 31 shots in the first, crazy. Nice win for them though and even better, 15yr old Arrak got a goal!

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    Britain really shouldn't have any reason not to get promoted, seeing how only a technicality saw them relegated last year. Seems Duggan got his first goal as well, see if he can get a few more points in this tournament, get everyone excited for next year.

    And looks like Romania is heading down, though that seems like an impressive performance by their goalie to make 31 saves in the first against Estonia.

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    My prediction:
    1 GBR
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    3 EST
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Estonia had 31 shots in the first, crazy. Nice win for them though and even better, 15yr old Arrak got a goal!
    Were they that good or was the Romanian defense that bad?
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    Lithuania also beat Korea 5-1, which makes the former jump to second place in the standings, with a vital head-to-head win
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    I just noticed that the last two games for Estonia have had a reported attendance of 1200. Any particular reason for this, or are Estonians just that excited to watch their junior team play? Its even more unusual as the first Estonia game only had 500 spectators.

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    Wow, Romania is winning at the moment against Netherlands. If the score stays then in the last round would be very interesting who is going down.

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    All in all, everything unfolded as expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oz View Post
    All in all, everything unfolded as expected.
    It did, but not without some surprise results in individual games. A few goals one way or the other and everything would have looked totally different.

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