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    Day 3; Game 7

    Hong Kong - Bosnia and Herzegovina 8:0 (5:0, 2:0, 1:0)
    1:0 - 03.39 Alvin Cheuk Him Sham (Y.H.Y.Wong) PP1
    2:0 - 11.23 Alvin Cheuk Him Sham (Choi, J.S.Y.Ho)
    3:0 - 16.12 Chung Pan Justin Cheng (Fung, Choi) PP1
    4:0 - 17.42 Hei Yu To (Chom, Lau)
    5:0 - 19.35 Ho Kwong Terry Choi (Lam) PP1
    6:0 - 25.48 Hei Yu To(2) (Chim, Lau)
    7:0 - 29.54 Chung Pan Justin Cheng(2) (Fung, Lo) PP1
    8:0 - 41.53 Linus Kim Lo
    PIM: 4x2 - 6x2 SOG: 37-15 Att: 85
    Goalkeepers: Emerson Kwokway Keung 15/15 - Dino Pasovic 23/30 (Amel Capin 6/7)
    Ref: Gergely Kincses (HUN) Linesmen: Gil Haim Tichon (ISR), Mihai Ariel Trandafir (ROU)
    HKG: Keung Emerson Kwokway; Wong Yin Hay Yannick, Wong Ka Ho, Sham Alvin Cheuk Him +A, Ho Jordan Sun Yin, Choi Ho Kwong Terry, Leung Tony +C, Kan Siu Him, Wong Pak Lam Theophilus, Cheng Chung Pan Justin, Lo Linus Kim, To Hei Yu, Chim Terence, Lau Chi Lok, Fung Bun Yu Bernard, Lam Chi Kin, Ma Hon Chung Julian +A, Yeung Chun Ying
    BIH: Pasovic Dino (24.01 Capin Amel); Pilav Admir +A, Korjenic Kenan, Nikulin Damir, Hodzic Mirzet +C, Mrkva Haris, Alic Nermin, Hadzihasanovic Amar, Posavec Dubravko +A, Hasovic Ermin, Velic Armen, hanic Emir, Slemanovic Hamza, Mihic Benjamin, Catovic Tarik, Zaimovic Sven, Gasevic Din, Dzelkic Dino, Tokic Dado

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    Does anyone know why the UAE are dressing so few players for today's game?

    http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/476/IHM476908_54B_1_0.pdf

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    Day 3; Game 8

    DPR Korea - United Arab Emirates 7:0 (5:0, 1:0, 1:0)
    1:0 - 01.54 Song Gun Kim (Ju, N.H.Kim)
    2:0 - 04.56 Chun Rim Hong (C.M.Ri, H.J.Kim)
    3:0 - 07.12 Hyok Ju Kim (P.I.Kim)
    4:0 - 12.16 Hyok Ju Kim(2) (Hong)
    5:0 - 17.11 Hyok Ju Kim(3) (C.M.Kim, Hong)
    6:0 - 39.34 Chol Hyok An
    7:0 - 53.16 Nam Hyok Kim (Ju, K.H.Pak)
    PIM: 2x2 - 3x2 SOG: 40-16 Att: 72
    Goalkeepers: Il Pak 16/16 - Khaled Al Suwaidi 24/30 (Ahmed Al Dhaheri 9/10)
    Ref: Lei Feng (CHN) Linesmen: Murat Aygun (TUR), Cemal Ersin Kaya (TUR)
    PRK: Pak Il; Ahn Chol Hyok, Ri Pong Il, Kim Hyok Ju, Hong Chun Rim +A, Ri Chol Min, Kim Nam Hyok, Kim Song Gun, Ju Sung Hyok, Kang In Hyok, Kim Kwang Ho +C, Pak Song Jin, Kim Chol Hyok, Kim, Myong Chol, Ri Se Gwang, Kim Ju Hyok, Jon Song Chol, Pak Kwang Ho, Ri Hyok Chol +A
    UAE: Al Suwaidi Khaled (20.00 Al Dhaheri Ahmed); El Jachi Mohamad, Al Jneibi Yahya, Al Miharrami Obaid +A, Al Nuaimi Saeed, Al Mazroeui Mibarak, Al Sarour Ali, Al Subousi Theyab, Al Shamisi Omar +C, Al Blooshi Faisal +A, Al Yafeai Salem, Al Saedi Hazza

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hockey_Algeria View Post
    Interesting, possibly a Bosnian ex-pat community turning up?

    Good to see two muslim countries going at it and drawing in a crowd, good to see some diversity in modern ice hockey.
    Turkey is host nation, it's normal that they'll have such a big attendance. It has nothing to do with the fact they faced B&H. It's also unfair to call them a muslim nation since it's nation consisted of three different religions and nations from whom only one is muslim. But it doesn't matter, this is hockey forum.

    Another heavy defeat by B&H team today, this time against Hong Kong. They had 15 SOG but are still unable to score a goal. I have less and less hope that they'll be able to gain some point on this tournament. All teams are looking better inclunding UAE and Georgia.

    @Marc Brunengraber,
    that article you posted on thehockeyhouse.net about B&H hockey is not as good as it looks like since the person who wrote it said that "he's been personally following the Bosnian hockey tale for a few years" obviously isn't familiar with the whole situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pršljen View Post
    Turkey is host nation, it's normal that they'll have such a big attendance. It has nothing to do with the fact they faced B&H. It's also unfair to call them a muslim nation since it's nation consisted of three different religions and nations from whom only one is muslim. But it doesn't matter, this is hockey forum.

    Another heavy defeat by B&H team today, this time against Hong Kong. They had 15 SOG but are still unable to score a goal. I have less and less hope that they'll be able to gain some point on this tournament. All teams are looking better inclunding UAE and Georgia.

    @Marc Brunengraber,
    that article you posted on thehockeyhouse.net about B&H hockey is not as good as it looks like since the person who wrote it said that "he's been personally following the Bosnian hockey tale for a few years" obviously isn't familiar with the whole situation.
    Also, the article writes: In their first game of the event against Greece, a team that doesn’t even have enough funds to participate in any event this year....

    As you all know, this is not accurate. We are not participating due to the IIHF decision, not due to funds.

    Is the world now a place where anyone just writes anything they want without research? I don't get it! I twitted @StevenEllisNHL, hopefully he corrects it, but I've learned in life, that very rarely do people correct the "mistakes" they wrote. Let's see..... i hope he does.

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    Day 3; Game 9

    Turkey - Georgia 13:1 (3:0, 6:0, 4:1)
    1:0 - 11.39 Yavuz Karakoc (Coskun, An.Kocoglu)
    2:0 - 11.54 Emrah Ozman (Coskun)
    3:0 - 15.42 Andy Kocoglu (Semiz, Ozmen) PP1
    4:0 - 26.33 Serdar Semiz (Ozmen)
    5:0 - 28.18 Kerem Islam (An.Kocoglu)
    6:0 - 32.56 Serdar Semiz(2) (Faner, Al.Kocoglu)
    7:0 - 33.27 Serdar Semiz(3) (Ozmen, Al.Kocoglu)
    8:0 - 38.22 Serkan Gumus (Halil)
    9:0 - 39.05 Serkan Gumus(2) (Halil)
    10:0 - 40.41 Emrah Ozmen(2) (Al.Kocoglu)
    10:1 - 41.58 Dimitri Smetanin
    11:1 - 50.02 Emrah Ozmen(3) (Ozturk)
    12:1 - 56.12 Andy Kocoglu(2) (Ozmen) PP1
    13:1 - 59.47 Serdar Semiz(4) SH1
    PIM: 2x2 - 2x2+1x5x20 SOG: 90-5 Att: 728
    Goalkeepers: Erol Kahrman 4/5 - Andrie Ilienko 77/90
    Ref: Sergei Sobolev (KAZ) Linesmen: Vladimir Efremov (KAZ), Anton Gladchenko (UKR)
    TUR: Kahraman Erol; Ozturk Gokhun, Solak Gokalp, Kocoglu Alec, Ozmen Emrah +C, Semiz Serdar +A, Faner Fatih, Akturk Savas, Gumus Serkan +A, Coskun Erdogan, Halil Yusuf, Coskun Baris, Islam Kerem, Faner Emre, Karakoc Yavuz, Kocoglu Andy, Secer Huseyin, Solak Alper, Bagcilar Baris
    GEO: Ilienko Andrei; Jeiranashvili Giorgi, Minasiani Davit, Tsomaia Revaz, Geperidze Amiran, Smetanin Dimitri, Oganeziani Gia, Chalatashvili Jaba, Davitashili Mikheil +C, Dumbadze Vitali +A, Jeiranashvili Gocha +A, Gobejishvili Giorgi, Jangobegishvili Girogi, Kositski Genadi, Oganeziani Davit, Tsukanov Alexander, Lomidze Nika, Shengelia Andro, Gongadze Zaza

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy21 View Post
    Also, the article writes: In their first game of the event against Greece, a team that doesn’t even have enough funds to participate in any event this year....

    As you all know, this is not accurate. We are not participating due to the IIHF decision, not due to funds.

    Is the world now a place where anyone just writes anything they want without research? I don't get it! I twitted @StevenEllisNHL, hopefully he corrects it, but I've learned in life, that very rarely do people correct the "mistakes" they wrote. Let's see..... i hope he does.
    Steven Ellis corrected the mistake

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    Took Turkey over 11 minutes to register their first goal on Georgia, which I'd consider a pretty good show on the Georgians behalf. Also have to wonder if Ilienko isn't already in the running for the best goalie award, seeing how he also only allowed one goal on a 5 minute Turkish powerplay. Now if only the Georgians could manage shots on goal, and learn to play a full 60 minutes.


    Also aware that home teams always have higher attendance, but 1500 to a game like Turkey-Bosnia seems exceptionally high to me. Don't really want to compare to the Turkey-Georgia game as it was on a weekday, but it is still less than half was seen against Bosnia. Definitely good to see Turkey getting a large crowd out to a game though.

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    Day 4; Game 10

    Bosnia and Herzegovina - Luxembourg 0:5 (0:3, 0:1, 0:1)
    0:1 - 08.23 Robert Beran (Houdremont, B.Welter)
    0:2 - 15.07 Benny Welter
    0:3 - 17.32 Marcus Eriksson (Wambach)
    0:4 - 30.24 Marcus Eriksson(2) (Wambach)
    0:5 - 58.14 Thierry Beran PP1
    PIM: 10x2 - 11x2+1x10 SOG: 10-41 Att: 61
    Goalkeepers: Amel Capin 36/41 - Gilles Mangen 10/10
    Ref: Lei Feng (CHN) Linesmen: Murat Aygun (TUR), Grega Markizeti (SLO)
    BIH: Capin Amel; Pilav Admir +A, Korjenic Kenan, Hodzic Mirzet +C, Hasovic Ermin, Velic Armen, Alic Nermin, Hadzihasanovic Amar, Mrkva Haris, Catovic Tarik, Zaimovic Sven, Hanic Emir, Selmanovic Hamza, Muhic Benjamin, Nikulin Damir, Posavec Dubravko +A, Gasevic Din, Dzelkic Dino, Tokic Dado
    LUX: Mangen Gilles; Thiry Christophe, Linster Kai, Houdremont Ben, Welter Benny +A, Beran Robert, Gronlund Kevin, Scheier Ronny +C, Cannon Colm, Beran Thierry, Backes Sacha, Sinner Pit, Biver Gilles, Schon Patrick +A, Erikssson Marcus, Wambach Eric, Mosr Miroslav, Biver Olivier

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    Day 4; Game 11

    Georgia - Hong Kong 3:11 (1:3, 1:4, 1:4)
    0:1 - 02.36 Chi Lok Lau (To)
    0:2 - 05.20 Alvin Cheuk Him Sham (Fung, Choi) PP1
    1:2 - 09.37 Vitali Dumbadze (Gi.Jeiranashvili, Tsukanov) PP1
    1:3 - 10.27 Chung Pan Justin Cheng
    1:4 - 26.50 Ho Kwong Terry Choi
    1:5 - 26.57 Ho Kwong Terry Choi(2) (Sham)
    1:6 - 30.18 Alvin Cheuk Him Sham(2) (J.S.Y.Ho)
    1:7 - 35.14 Chi Kin Lam (Y.H.Y.Wong, Choi) PP1
    2:7 - 38.36 Dimitri Smetanin (Dumbadze)
    2:8 - 42.29 Ho Kwong Terry Choi(3) (Lam, P.L.T.Wong)
    3:8 - 43.23 Dimitri Smetanin(2) (Dumbadze)
    3:9 - 46.09 Chung Pan Justin Cheng(2) (Fung)
    3:10 - 50.36 Chung Pan Junstin Cheng(3)
    3:11 - 56.41 Chun Ying Yeung (Chan)
    PIM: 3x2 - 3x2 SOG: 18-47 Att: 69
    Goalkeepers: Andrei Ilienko 21/27 (Kakha Ambrolava 15/20) - King Chi King Ho 15/18
    Ref: Sergei Sobolev (KAZ) Linesmen: Cemal Ersin Kaya (TUR), Mihai Ariel Trandafir (ROU)
    GEO: Ilienko Andrei (29.42 Ambrolava Kakha); Tsomaia Revaz, Chalatashvili Jaba, Davitashvili Mikheil +C, Dumbadze Vitali +A, Smetanin Dimitri, Oganeziani Gia, Jeiranashvili Girogi, Minasiani Davit, Geperidze Amiran, Jeiranashvili Gocha +A, Gobejishvili Giorgi, Jangobehishvili Giorgi, Gongadze Zaza, Oganeziani Davit, Tsukanov Alexander, Lomidze Nika, Shengelia Andro
    HKG: Ho King Chi King; Wong Yin Hay Yannick Sham Alvin Cheuk Him +A, Ho Jordan Sun Yin, Choi Ho Kwong Terry, Fung Bun Yu Bernard, Leung Tony +C, Kan Siu Him, Wong Pak Lam Theophilus, Cheng Chung Pan Justin, Lo Linus Kim, Lam Chi Kin, To Hei Yu, Chim Terence, Lau Chi Lok, Ma Hon Chung Julian +A, Yeing Chun Ying, Chan Hon To Otto

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    Another defeat for B&H but this time the result was pretty good considering the strength of Luxembourg team. Only 5 goals conceded and 41 SOG allowed is prove that the team is showing progress as tournament goes to its end. After four defeats one thing is evident; BH team has a big problem with scoring, both UAE and Georgia as underdogs lose games but they also score goals. BH teams doesn't have a player who is capable of scoring goals, none of them never was among the best BH loeagu scorers. Hopefully this problem won't affect the team's performance and result against UAE and Georgia.

    In reamining two fixtures everything will be determined and we'll finally see some close games and results. For me, it will be more interesting to see the battle of underdogs, will Georgia or BIH get it's first ever victory (not counting forfeit win of B&H in 2008).
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    Day 4; Game 12

    United Arab Emirates - Turkey 0:15 (0:7, 0:3, 0:5)
    0:1 - 00.37 Alec Kocoglu (Semiz, Ozmen)
    0:2 - 06.56 Serkan Gumus (Coskun, Akturk)
    0:3 - 10.06 Andy Kocoglu (Karakoc)
    0:4 - 10.21 Andy Kocoglu(2) (Islam)
    0:5 - 12.43 Yusuf Halil
    0:6 - 13.48 Serkan Gumus(2) (Coskun, Halil)
    0:7 - 15.43 Yavuz Karakoc (Secer, Solak)
    0:8 - 33.18 Alec Kocoglu(2) (Semiz)
    0:9 - 33.39 Alec Kocoglu(3) (Semiz, Ozmen)
    0:10 - 38.00 Alper Solak (Secer)
    0:11 - 45.40 Serdar Semiz (Akturk)
    0:12 - 46.29 Huseyin Secer (Solak, Coskun)
    0:13 - 48.55 Erdogan Coskun (Halil, Gumus)
    0:14 - 50.33 Yavuz Karakoc(2) (Islam, An.Kocoglu)
    0:15 - 59.54 Gokalp Splak (Semiz, Al.Kocoglu)
    PIM: 4x2 - 1x2 SOG: 10-64 Att: 773
    Goalkeepers: Khaled Al Suwaidi 49/64 - Levent Ozbaydugan 6/6 (Erol Kahraman 4/4)
    Ref: Geoffrey Barcelo (FRA) Linesmen: Vladimir Efremov (KAZ), Gil Haim Tichon (ISR)
    UAE: Al Suwaidi Khaled; El Jachi Mohamad, Al Sarour Ali, Al Jneibi Yahya, Al Nuaimi Saeed, Al Mazrouei Mubarak, Al Subousi Theyab, Al Shamisi Omar +C, Al Blooshi Faisal +A, Al Muharrami Obaid +A, Al Yafeai Salem, Al Saedi Hazza
    TUR: Ozbaydugan Levent (29.49 Kahraman Erol); Ozturk Gokhun, Solak Gokalp, Kocoglu Alec, Ozmen Emrah +C, Semiz Serdar +A, Faner Fatih, Akturk Savas, Gumus Serkan +A, Coskun Erdogan, Halil Yusuf, Coskun Baris, Islam Kerem, Faner Emre, Karakoc Yavuz, Kocoglu Andy, Secer Huseyin, Solak Alper, Bagcilar Baris

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    That's the end of the 'qualification' now, after a rest day tomorrow, it's into the 'playoffs'. Four teams with 3 wins and three teams with 4 losses.

    TUR v PRK should decide first place and promotion.

    Can HKG upset LUX ?

    Will GEO or BIH get the win and avoid last place ?

    Closer games to come, hopefully.

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    HKG is a full step below LUX, TUR and PRK... they'll get hammered in their next games.
    I give GEO the leg up in that placement game, and even a chance at UAE the way the two have been playing.

    As for what happened to UAE's roster, I wonder if it's injuries or something else.

    LUX has a better shot at PRK than HKG at LUX.

    Having met a bunch of the Luxembourg players, I have a feeling they weren't playing at full speed against BIH. Not out of laziness, mind you, but because they're the kind of guys who'd prefer not to embarrass their opponents.

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    Turkey

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    GOOOOOOOO...AAAAAL

    Bosnia. 1-1 with Georgia after 1st period.

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    Day 5; Game 13

    Georgia - Bosnia and Herzegovina 4:1 (1:1, 0:0, 3:0)
    1:0 - 09.27 Dimitri Smetanin (Dumbadze)
    1:1 - 10.19 Damir Nikulin
    2:1 - 41.57 Vitali Dumbadze
    3:1 - 54.02 Revaz Tsomaia (Smetanin)
    4:1 - 58.55 Revaz Tsomaia(2) (Dumbadze) EN
    PIM: 6x2+1x10 - 6x2 SOG: 36-42 Att: 83
    Goalkeepers: Andrei Ilienko 41/42 - Dino Pasovic 32/35
    Ref: Lei Feng (CHN) Linesmen: Vladimir Efremov (KAZ), Gil Haim Tichon (ISR)
    GEO: Ilienko Andrei; Oganeziani Gia, Tsomaia Revaz, Davitashvili Mikheil +C, Dumbadze Vitali +A, Oganeziani Davit, Jeiranashvili Giorgi, Minasiani Davit, Geperidze Amiran, Jeiranashvili Gocha +A, Smetanin Dimitri , Gobejishvili Giorgi, Jangobegishvili Giorgi, Shengelia Andro, Chalatashvili Jaba, Gongadze Zaza, Lomidze Nika
    BIH: Pasovic Dino; Pilav Admir +A, Korjenic Kenan, Posavec Dubravko +A, Hodzic Mirzet +C, Velic Armen, Alic Nermin, Hadzihasanovic Amar, Hasovic Ermin, Mrkva Haris, Catovic Tarik, Hanic Emir, Selmanovic Hamza, Muhic Benjamin, Nikulin Damir, Zaimovic Sven, Gasevic Din, Dzelkic Dino, Tokic Dado

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    Well, that was certainly an interesting game with close result till the end. BH outshot Georgia but wasn't able to score more than one goal; problem with scoring is evident as I already mentioned. Anyway, they still have a chance for points against UAE that plays with only two lines and is looking weaker as tournament goes to it's end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pršljen View Post
    Well, that was certainly an interesting game with close result till the end. BH outshot Georgia but wasn't able to score more than one goal; problem with scoring is evident as I already mentioned. Anyway, they still have a chance for points against UAE that plays with only two lines and is looking weaker as tournament goes to it's end.
    Congratulations to Georgia on their first win in IHWC.

    Through the tournament Georgia seem to get most of their points from Smetanin and Dumbadze neither of whom played last year. Guess they account for most of the teams improvement. Does anyone know if they are dual-nationals who weren't qualified before. They don't seem to be the top scorers in the Georgian league so maybe there are others not able to come who could strengthen the team in future.

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    Day 5; Game 14

    Turkey - Hong Kong 10:1 (3:0, 5:1, 2:0)
    1:0 - 03.36 Alec Kocoglu (Ozmen, Akturk)
    2:0 - 09.44 Emre Faner (Islam)
    3:0 - 14.38 Serkan Gumus (Coskun)
    4:0 - 23.52 Yvuz Karakoc (An.Kocoglu)
    5:0 - 26.12 Yusuf Halil (Gumus)
    6:0 - 28.34 Andy Kocoglu (Gumus, Ozmen) PP1
    6:1 - 32.34 Chi Lok Lu (To)
    7:1 - 38.21 Alec Kocoglu(2) SH1
    8:1 - 38.50 Yavuz Karakoc(2) (Al.Kocoglu)
    9:1 - 51.07 Yusuf Halil(2) (Coskun, Gumus)
    10:1 - 58.03 Erdogan Coskun (Solak, Semiz)
    PIM: 8x2+1x10 - 4x2+1x10 SOG: 51-13 Att: 745
    Goalkeepers: Levent Ozbadugan 8/9 (Erol Kahraman 4/4) - Emerson Kwokway Keung 41/51
    Ref: Geoffrey Barcelo (FRA) Linesmen: Grega Markizeti (SLO), Mihai Ariel Trandafir (ROU)
    TUR: Ozbaydugan Levent (20.00 Kahraman Erol); Ozturk Gokhun, Solak Gokalp, Kocoglu Alec, Ozmen Emrah +C, Semiz Serdar +A, Faner Fatih, Akturk Savas, Gumus Serkan +A, Coskun Erdogan, Halil Yusuf, Coskun Baris, Islam Kerem, Faner Emre, Karakoc Yavuz, Kocoglu Andy, Secer Huseyin, Solak Alper, Bagcilar Baris
    HKG: Keung Emerson Kwokway; Wong Yin Hay Yannick, Sham Alvin Cheuk Him +A, Ho Jordan Sun Yin, Choi Ho Kwong Terry, Fung Bun Yu Bernard, Leung Tony +C, Kan Siu Him, Wong Pak Lam Theophilus, Cheng Chung Pen Justin, Lo Linus Kim, Lam Chi Kin, To Hei Yu, Chim Terence, Lau Chi Lok, Ma Hon Chung Julian +A, Yeung Chun Ying, Chan Hon To Otto

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoffH View Post
    Congratulations to Georgia on their first win in IHWC.

    Through the tournament Georgia seem to get most of their points from Smetanin and Dumbadze neither of whom played last year. Guess they account for most of the teams improvement. Does anyone know if they are dual-nationals who weren't qualified before. They don't seem to be the top scorers in the Georgian league so maybe there are others not able to come who could strengthen the team in future.

    Geoff
    Might they be these two? These players have played in Russia before.

    http://r-hockey.ru/player.asp?TXT=23401&Language=e

    http://r-hockey.ru/player.asp?TXT=22754&Language=e

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoffH View Post
    Congratulations to Georgia on their first win in IHWC.

    Through the tournament Georgia seem to get most of their points from Smetanin and Dumbadze neither of whom played last year. Guess they account for most of the teams improvement. Does anyone know if they are dual-nationals who weren't qualified before. They don't seem to be the top scorers in the Georgian league so maybe there are others not able to come who could strengthen the team in future.

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    Dumbadze is definitely a Georgian name, while Smetanin is not at all (neither is Ilienko, the goalie for Georgia). That said there are a lot of Georgians working in Russia, so it could be these guys simply returned home (or went to Georgia for some other reason; not a lot of Russians do though), and are now available.

    Good to see Georgia get their first win, and Bosnia score their first goal. Would be nice if Georgia can manage another against the UAE, but they really need to take some shots to do so.

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    Day 5; Game 15

    DPR Korea - Luxembourg 5:2 (1:1, 1:0, 3:1)
    1:0 - 00.48 Chun Rim Hong (C.M.Ri)
    1:1 - 01.38 Colm Cannon (Schon, Backes)
    2:1 - 39.27 Song Jin Pak (K.H.Kim) PP1
    3:1 - 46.25 Chol Min Ri
    3:2 - 48.31 Marucs Eriksson (Milano)
    4:2 - 49.49 In Hyok Kang (K.H.Kim, S.J.Pak) SH1
    5:2 - 52.35 Hyok Chol Ri (P.I.Ri, C.H.Kim)
    PIM: 6x2 - 9x2+1x10 SOG: 33-20 Att: 126
    Goalkeepers: Kuk Chol Pak 18/20 - Michel Welter 28/33
    Ref: Gergely Kincses (HUN) Linesmen: Murat Aygun (TUR), Anton Gladchenko (UKR)
    PRK: Pak Kuk Chol, An Chol Hyok, Ri Pong Il, Kim Hyok Ju, Hong Chun Rim +A, Ri Chol Min, Kim Nam Hyok, Kim Song Gun, Ju Sung Hyok, Kang In Hyok, Kim Kwang Ho +C, Kim Chol Hyok, Kim Myong Chol, Ri Se Gwang, Kim Ju Hyok, Ri Hyok Chol +A, Pak Song Jin, Jon Song Chol, Pak Kwang Ho
    LUX: Welter Michel; Thiry Christophe, Linster Kai, Welter Benny +A, Beran Robert, Beran Thierry, Milano Serge, Scheier Ronny +C, Cannon Colm, Schon Patrick +A, Backes Sacha, Gronlund Kevin, Sinner Pit, Biver Gilles, Eriksson Marcus, Wambach Eric, Mosr Miroslav, Biver Olivier

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoffH View Post
    Congratulations to Georgia on their first win in IHWC.

    Through the tournament Georgia seem to get most of their points from Smetanin and Dumbadze neither of whom played last year. Guess they account for most of the teams improvement. Does anyone know if they are dual-nationals who weren't qualified before. They don't seem to be the top scorers in the Georgian league so maybe there are others not able to come who could strengthen the team in future.

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    B&H already has a victory in IIHF WC. It happened in their sole apperance in WC 2008 when they beat Armenia with technical 5-0 after Armenian team was fined due to having players with eligibity issues. Game originally finished 18-1 for Armenia. This wasn't even their first ever goal in IIHF competitions but it was first after more than 7 years.

    HKG is obviously step below Turkey and PRK, maybe they'll be able to threaten Luxembourg. Turkey and PRK will decide the winner with Turkey as a clear favorite. Will be interesting to see the games of UAE vs Georgia and B&H.
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    I dont thin, that BIH has any chance againt UAE... They are not able to shoot goals, and this can be problem for BIH, for example, last year UAE defeats GEO with result 6-1 and UEA outshoot GEO with 50 - 12, so I dont think, that BIH can manage any point against UAE.
    Not sure, why UAE is using only 12 players, but i think, 12 players is enough for BIH match...

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    BIH play there first world chanmpionships in 2015.

    The technical win 5-0 win after Armenia was an qualification game.

    SO Far:

    Mongolia 5 worldchampionships and 1 win technical about Armenia.
    Armenia 4 WC 2 wins Ireland and Luxemburg (2006)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pršljen View Post
    B&H already has a victory in IIHF WC. It happened in their sole apperance in WC 2008 when they beat Armenia with technical 5-0 after Armenian team was fined due to having players with eligibity issues. Game originally finished 18-1 for Armenia. This wasn't even their first ever goal in IIHF competitions but it was first after more than 7 years.

    HKG is obviously step below Turkey and PRK, maybe they'll be able to threaten Luxembourg. Turkey and PRK will decide the winner with Turkey as a clear favorite. Will be interesting to see the games of UAE vs Georgia and B&H.

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    Day 6; Game 16

    Bosnia and Herzegovina - United Arab Emirates 2:5 (0:2, 2:0, 0:3)
    0:1 - 07.26 Omar Al Shamisi (Al Jneibi, Al Muharrami) PP1
    0:2 - 18.48 Faisal Al Blooshi (Al Nuaimi, Al Yafeai) PP1
    1:2 - 24.24 Haris Mrkva
    2:2 - 26.37 Haris Mrkva(2) (Catovic)
    2:3 - 57.06 Omar Al Shamisi(2) (Al Saedi, M.Al Mazrouei)
    2:4 - 57.52 Saeed Al Nuaimi
    2:5 - 59.58 Mubarak Al Mazrouei (Al Saedi) EN
    PIM: 8x2+1x10 - 5x2 SOG: 25-42 Att: 87
    Goalkeepers: Dino Pasovic 37/41 - Khaled Al Suwaidi 23/25
    Ref: Sergei Sobolev (KAZ) Linesmen: Grega Markizeti (SLO), Mihai Ariel Trandafir (ROU)
    BIH: Pasovic Dino; Pilav Admir +A, Korjenic Kenan, Mrkva Haris, Catovic Tarif, Velic Armen, Alic Nermin, Hadzihasanovic Amar, Nikulin Damir, Hodzic Mirzet +C, Hasovic Ermin, Hanic Emir, Gasevic Din, Selmanovic Hamza, Posavec Dubravko +A, Tokic Dado, Muhic Benjamin, Dzelkic Dino, Zaimovic Sven
    UAE: Al Suwaidi Khaled; El Jachi Mohamad, Al Sarour ALi, Al Blooshi Faisal +A, Al Nuaimi Saeed, Al Mazrouei Mubarak, Al Subousi Theyab, Al Shamisi Omar +C, Al Jneibi Yahya, Al Muharrami Obaid +A, Al Yafeai Salem, Al Saedi Hazza

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    Well up to two goals now in a game Bosnia :)

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    Damn, Luxembourg almost upset the host team......they led Turkey 3-0 at one point, and led 4-2 before Turkey tied it 4-4 in the third period. Luxembourg then pulled ahead 5-4 with about 5 minutes to go. Turkey tied the game at 5-5 and then Luxembourg took a terrible too many men on the ice penalty. Turkey went ahead 6-5 late in the game and ultimately won 7-5.

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    Day 6; Game 17

    Luxembourg - Turkey 5:7 (2:0, 2:3, 1:4)
    1:0 - 08.02 Sacha Backes (Scheier, Cannon)
    2:0 - 18.34 Benny Welter (T.Beran, R.Beran)
    3:0 - 21.41 Marcus Eriksson (G.Biver, Sinner)
    3:1 - 22.16 Serkan Gumus (Coskun)
    3:2 - 29.25 Yusuf Halil (Al.Kocoglu, Ozturk)
    4:2 - 30.13 Colm Cannon (Backes, Schon)
    4:3 - 37.16 Andy Kocoglu PP1
    4:4 - 46.27 Yusuf Halil(2) (Ozmen) SH1
    5:4 - 53.01 Thierry Beran (Backes, Cannon)
    5:5 - 55.04 Erdogan Coskun (Halil)
    5:6 - 58.52 Serdar Semiz (Gumus, Al.Kocoglu) PP1
    5:7 - 59.14 Serdar Semiz(2) (Ozmen)
    PIM: 5x2 - 4x2 SOG: 25-36 Att: 653
    Goalkeepers: Gilles Mangen 29/36 - Levent Ozbaydugan 6/8 (Erol Kahraman 14/17)
    Ref: Gergely Kincses (HUN) Linesmen: Vladimir Efremov (KAZ), Anton Gladchenko (UKR)
    LUX: Mangen Gilles; Thiry Christophe, Linster Kai, Welter Benny +A, Beran Robert, Beran Thierry, Gronlund Kevin, Scheier, Ronny +C, Cannon Colm, Schon Patrick +A, Backes Sacha, Milno Serge, Sinner Pit, Biver Gilles, Eriksson Marcus, Wambach Eric, Mosr Miroslav, Biver Olivier
    TUR: Ozbaydugan Levent (40.00 Kahraman Erol); Ozturk Gokhun, Solak Gokalp, Kocoglu Alec, Ozmen Emrah +C, Semiz Serdar +A, Faner Fatih, Akturk Savas, Gumus Serkan +A, Coskun Erdoan, Halil Yusuf, Coskun Baris, Islam Kerem, Faner Emre, Karakoc Yavuz, Kocoglu Andy, Secer Huseyin, Solak Alper, Bagcilar Baris

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    Day 6; Game 18

    Hong Kong - DPR Korea 0:9 (0:3, 0:3, 0:3)
    0:1 - 00.17 Chol Min Ri (An)
    0:2 - 04.37 Chun Rim Hong SH1
    0:3 - 16.45 Kwang Ho Kim (N.H.Kim, Ju)
    0:4 - 20.45 Chun Rim Hong(2)
    0:5 - 30.28 Chol Hyok An (P.I.Ri)
    0:6 - 37.52 Chol Min Ri(2) (Hong)
    0:7 - 41.40 Myong Chol Kim PP1
    0:8 - 53.17 Song Chol Jon (C.H.Kim, H.C.Ri) PP1
    0:9 - 54.59 Chun Rim Hong(3) (P.I.Ri)
    PIM: 4x2 - 4x2+2x10 SOG: 13-40 Att: 73
    Goalkeepers: King Chi King Ho 18/24 (Emerson Kwokway Keung 13/16) - Kuk Chol Pak 7/7 (Il Pak 6/6)
    Ref: Lei Feng (CHN) Linesmen: Cemal Ersin Kaya (TUR), Gil Haim Tichon (ISR)
    HKG: Ho King Chi King (20.00 Keung Emerson Kwokway); Wong Yin Hay Yannick, Sham Alvin Cheuk Him +A, Ho Jordan Sun Yin, Choi Ho Kwong Terry, Fung Bun Yu Bernard, Leung Tony +C, Kan Siu Him, Wong Pak Lam Theophilus, Cheng Chung Pan Justin, Lo Linus Kim, Lam Chi Kin, To Hei Yu, Chim Terence, Lau Chi Lok, Ma Hon Chung Julian +A, Yeung Chun Ying, Chan Hon To Otto
    PRK: Pak Kuk Chol (28.28 Pak Il); An Chol Hyok, Ri Pong Il, Kim Hyok Ju, Hong Chun Rim +A, Ri Chol Min, Kim Nam Hyok, Kim Song Gun, Ju Sung Hyok, Kang In Hyok +A, Kim Kwang Ho +C, Kim Chol Hyok, Kim Myong Chol, Ri Se Gwang, Kim Ju Hyok, Ri Hyok Chol, Pak Song Jin, Jon Song Chol, Pak Kwang Ho

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    OMG have not been or posted on this site for donkeys of years now:-( big hello to the old gang on here:-) and to the newbies of course. I have been so out of touch with Turkish ice hockey most of the names on the roster are new to me. Good to see a young team and lovely to see them doing so well. Makes me proud and happy. Hopefully this sport gets a bit more attention back home. It has so much potential and hopefully it will attract young generation to get involved in this sport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Damn, Luxembourg almost upset the host team......they led Turkey 3-0 at one point, and led 4-2 before Turkey tied it 4-4 in the third period. Luxembourg then pulled ahead 5-4 with about 5 minutes to go. Turkey tied the game at 5-5 and then Luxembourg took a terrible too many men on the ice penalty. Turkey went ahead 6-5 late in the game and ultimately won 7-5.
    Was watching the update from the game and really hoped Luxembourg was going to hold on. But they just seemed to collapse in the last few minutes, and that too many men penalty was just awful timing. Would have been great to see them pull of the upset, but guess they will have to be content with this.

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    Hi Cady, welcome back! Looks like Turkey is going to win gold and promote! Two years ago they almost upset Israel in Turkey.....Israel only won 5-3 or something really close like that, despite being stacked with basically its best roster. Turkey is improving for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Hi Cady, welcome back! Looks like Turkey is going to win gold and promote! Two years ago they almost upset Israel in Turkey.....Israel only won 5-3 or something really close like that, despite being stacked with basically its best roster. Turkey is improving for sure.
    Marc thanks for welcome back:-) Shalom to you and Boker Tov Happy Passover too for yesterday:-) I would imagine that that game would have been as awesome as an Maccabi vs Efes match. Well I like the fact that roster has players from different teams . That is a healthy sign. It seems in the past the federation was a bit corrupt and players from Polis were more prominient. Onwards and upwards. I just got annoyed at how disorganised things were back home with lack of info on games etc. It looks like the league is difficult to follow games in Turkey, so not as easy from UK either.



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    Hello guys!

    Ntvspor broadcasted tür-lux yesterday and they will also broadcast tur-prk tomorrow.

    As i can See problem of turkey is defense and Goalkeeper. I Wonder because erol kahrman performen very well in 2013 and 2014.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tman37 View Post
    Hello guys!

    Ntvspor broadcasted tür-lux yesterday and they will also broadcast tur-prk tomorrow.

    As i can See problem of turkey is defense and Goalkeeper. I Wonder because erol kahrman performen very well in 2013 and 2014.
    Thanks tman37. I see another fellow Turk on board Merhabalar. The Nat team always had issues with defense from the games that I have watched this is what I remember. Don't think I have Ntv spor on digiturk here so I will be keeping fingers crossed to watch it on the net. Will be good to watch it and then can only comment then .
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    Aleyküm selam cady, thank you.

    I'm Interesses in hockey since my childhood. It's so difficult to get and info in turkish hokey. I've got also Digitürk and in ntvspor Showed 30 min of tur-lux this morning. I'm Confident that we can See prk-Game tomorrow.

    Anyway on ntvspor.com you Can definetly See the Match. I Followed the hong kong Match in the Office this way ��

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    I dont want to accuse UAE of anything but as WHawks brought up about reaching 15 players, Al Suwaidi hasnt dressed in any of the matches. Its likely he just got hurt right before the tournament or get very sick but still wonder why he hasnt played in any matches. He has played in the UAE and for the UAE in the past so we know he isnt just some random guy they brought along to reach the minimum.

    They also lose more players than anybody I have seen, been out five players since pretty much their 3rd match.

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    Day 7; Game 19

    United Arab Emirates - Georgia 4:5/SO (1:2, 1:0, 2:2, 0:0-0:1)
    0:1 - 03.20 Vitali Dumbadze (G.Oganeziani, Smetanin)
    1:1 - 05.56 Omar Al Shamisi (Al Nuaimi)
    1:2 - 18.00 Vitali Dumbadze(2) (Tsomaia, Smetanin)
    2:2 - 23.22 Mohamad El Jachi (Al Blooshi)
    3:2 - 49.53 Faisal Al Blooshi (M.Al Mazouei)
    4:2 - 51.44 Faisal Al Blooshi(2) (Al Jneibi)
    4:3 - 54.11 Dimitri Smetanin (Tsomaia, Dumbadze) SH1
    4:4 - 58.26 Vitali Dumbadze(3)
    4:5 - 65.00 Vitali Dumbadze
    PIM: 5x2 - 5x2 SOG: 26-38 Att: 47
    Goalkeepers: Khaled Al Suwaidi 33/38 - Andrei Ilienko 22/26
    Ref: Sergei Sobolev (KAZ) Linesmen: Vladimir Efremov (KAZ), Ariel Trandafir (ROU)
    UAE: Al Suwaidi Khaled; El Jachi Mohamad, Al Blooshi Faisal +A, Al Miharrami Obaid +A, Al Nuaimi Saeed, Al Mazrouei Mubarak, Al Subousi Theyab, Al Shamisi Omar +C, Al Saedi Hazza, Al Saedi Hazza, Al Jneibi Yahya, Al Yafeai Salem, Al Sarour Ali
    GEO: Ilienko Andrei; Oganeziani Gia, Tsomaia Revaz, Davitashvili Mikheil +C, Dumbadze Vitali +A, Smetanin Dimitri, Jeiranashvili Girogi, Minasiani Davit, Geperidze Amiran, Jeiranashvili Gocha +A, Oganeziani Davit, Gobejishvili Giorgi, Jangobegishvili Giorgi, Chalatashvili Jaba, Gongadze Zaza, Kositski Genadi, Lomidze Nika, Shengelia Andro

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    Georgia are on a two game tear! On this winning streak, they'll get promoted next year. (I am aware of who they have played, don't worry folks!)
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    Dumbadze and Smetanin are the difference makers for Georgia in these two wins; both of them have experience of playing and Russia and that's a clear prove that only two such players can make a big effect on this level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pršljen View Post
    Dumbadze and Smetanin are the difference makers for Georgia in these two wins; both of them have experience of playing and Russia and that's a clear prove that only two such players can make a big effect on this level.
    I would definitely agree. Also worth noting that Eliteprospects has both a younger Dumbadze and Smetanin listed as Russian born within a couple years of the Georgians; while it doesn't say they are brothers, or even related, I suspect they are indeed related, which would confirm those two played in Russia at some point.

    And while it's great to see Georgia get a second win, I don't think they would have been able to do this if the UAE had a full roster, though it may have been a competitive match at least. Really like how the Georgians faired this year, cut their goal differential down by 40 goals, and that even after playing an extra game this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tman37 View Post
    Aleyküm selam cady, thank you.

    I'm Interesses in hockey since my childhood. It's so difficult to get and info in turkish hokey. I've got also Digitürk and in ntvspor Showed 30 min of tur-lux this morning. I'm Confident that we can See prk-Game tomorrow.

    Anyway on ntvspor.com you Can definetly See the Match. I Followed the hong kong Match in the Office this way ��
    Aleykum selam.
    Thank you just found out that I do have ntv but also have it working on net. One of the reasons I have gone off following Ice hockey back home is the lack of info and poor orginisation. Watched them live though years ago in Luxembourg and Rejkavijk. As it is in a great supportive beautiful city of Izmir I expect a lot of support from our people.
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    Day 7; Game 20

    Luxembourg - Hong Kong 5:2 (2:1, 2:0, 1:1)
    1:0 - 06.43 Ronny Scheier (T.Beran)
    1:1 - 07.39 Tony Leung (P.L.T.Wong)
    2:1 - 12.40 Colm Cannon (Gronlund, T.Beran)
    3:1 - 28.03 Robert Beran (T.Beran, G.Biver)
    4:1 - 35.53 Robert Beran(2) (B.Welter, G.Biver) PP1
    5:1 - 42.09 Patric Schon (Scheier)
    5:2 - 57.04 Hei Yu To (Chim, Leung)
    PIM: 6x2+1x10 - 4x2+1x10 SOG: 40-17 Att: 232
    Goalkeepers: Michel Welter 15/16 (Gilles Mangen 0/1) - King Chi King Ho 35/40
    Ref: Geoffrey Barcelo (FRA) Linesmen: Murat Aygun (TUR), Cemal Ersin Kaya (TUR)
    LUX: Welter Michel (28.13 Mangen Gilles); Thiry Christophe, Linster Kai, Houdremont Ben, Welter Benny +A, Beran Robert, Gronlund Kevin, Scheier Ronny +C, Cannon Colm, Beran Thierry, Backes Sacha, Milano Serge, Biver Gilles, Schon Patrick +A, Eriksson Marcus, Wambach Eric, Sinner Pit, Mosr Miroslav, Biver Olivier
    HKG: Ho King Chi King; Wong Yin Hay Yannick, Wong Ka Ho, Sham Alvin Cheuk Him +A, Ho Jordan Sun Yin, Choi Ho Kwong Terry, Leung Tony +C, Kan Siu Him, Wng Pak Lam Theophilus, Cheng Chung Pan Justin, Lo Linus Kim, Lam Chi Kin, To Hei Yu, Chim Terence, Lau Chi Lok, Fung Bun Yu Bernard, Ma Hon Chung Julian +A, Yeung Chun Ying, Chan Hon To Otto

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    Interesting first period though how that second goal is allowed baffled me. You cannot even see the puck clear the line??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    They also lose more players than anybody I have seen, been out five players since pretty much their 3rd match.
    Yeah still nothing on why this was? I would guess illness could be an explanation for that many players dropping out after the same game. Hopefully it's not some sort of "fuck you" to the coaching staff or federation or whatever by those players.

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