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    2015 IIHF World Div.IB Championship - Beijing, China; 6th-12th.Apr

    China
    DPR Korea
    Hungary
    Italy
    Netherlands
    Slovakia

    Capital Indoor Stadium, capacity: 17,345


    Tournament fixtures
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    6/4 DPR Korea Hungary 13:00 Century Star Ice Rink
    6/4 Italy Slovakia 16:15Century Star Ice Rink
    6/4 Netherlands China 19:30Century Star Ice Rink
    7/4 Hungary Italy 13:00Century Star Ice Rink
    7/4 Slovakia Netherlands 16:15Century Star Ice Rink
    7/4 China DPR Korea 19:30 Century Star Ice Rink
    9/4 Slovakia DPR Korea 13.00Century Star Ice Rink
    9/4 Italy Netherlands 16.15Century Star Ice Rink
    9/4 China Hungary 19.30Century Star Ice Rink
    11/4 Hungary Slovakia 13.00Century Star Ice Rink
    11/4 Netherlands DPR Korea 16.15Century Star Ice Rink
    11/4 China Italy 19.15Century Star Ice Rink
    12/4 DPR Korea Italy 13.00Century Star Ice Rink
    12/4 Hungary Netherlands 16.15Century Star Ice Rink
    12/4 Slovakia China 19.30Century Star Ice Rink
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    Trim, I can honestly find nothing about the hosting venue, anyway you could point me in the correct direction or know? Capacity or picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Trim, I can honestly find nothing about the hosting venue, anyway you could point me in the correct direction or know? Capacity or picture?
    I cannot make assurances about accuracy, but Beijing's Century Star (link is only in Simplified Chinese) rink is located in the basement of the Shouti Comprehensive Training Center. I've read that it's "slightly smaller than regulation-size" but makes no references to whose regulations though the main page suggests it is capable of hosting ice hockey tournaments.
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    Thank you very much Trim, I completely overlooked that one. I guess I will never be able to find the capacity of the venue since its like MegaIce where there really isnt one and it took me forever to find a picture of its outdoors. Atleast what I believe it is, couldnt find it in English so had to do it in Chinese and that what popped up.

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Thank you very much Trim, I completely overlooked that one. I guess I will never be able to find the capacity of the venue since its like MegaIce where there really isnt one and it took me forever to find a picture of its outdoors. Atleast what I believe it is, couldnt find it in English so had to do it in Chinese and that what popped up.

    Thanks again!
    You may want to retract that statement. According to this article, the tournament will be played at the Capital Indoor Stadium. Mind you, that article also says the Dutch are a European power...
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    Thanks again Trim, it has been overly annoying trying to find the hosting information for this tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Thanks again Trim, it has been overly annoying trying to find the hosting information for this tournament.
    That's the usual in China!

    As expected, there's been no mention of this event on television or radio. In fact, none of the games will be on TV. China's opener against the Dutch apparently is less important than a soccer highlights show. Gimme a break! CCTV5+ will have China's games but I have no idea if this will work globally (or even in China!). You will have to deal with plugin downloads, sadly.
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    China China final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Yao Shi (Harbin)
    Yuqing Wang (Harbin)

    Defenders
    Baiewei Yu (Harbin)
    Xueting Qi (Harbin)
    Zhixin Liu (Qiqihar)
    Di Deng (Qiqihar)
    Chang Wang (Qiqihar)
    Qinan Zhao (Harbin)
    Lu Wen (Harbin)
    Na Jiang (Harbin)

    Forwards
    Rui Zhu (Harbin)
    Naiyuan Tian (Qiqihar)
    Mengying Zhang (Qiqihar)
    Chi Zhang (Qiqihar)
    Shuang Lu (Qiqihar)
    Rui Sun (Harbin)
    Minghui Kong (Harbin)
    Rui Ma (Harbin)
    Yue Lyu (Harbin)
    Xin He (Harbin)
    Jingwen Ju (Harbin)
    Xin Fang (Harbin)

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    North Korea DPR Korea final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Jong Sim So (Taesongsan)
    Hye Yong Ri (Sajabong)

    Defenders
    Chung Sim Hwang (Kanggye)
    Chung Gum Hwang (Taesongsan)
    Un Hyang Ri (Kanggye)
    Song Hui Han (Kimchaek)
    Un Ae Kim (Sajabong)
    Chol Sun Won (Taesongsan)
    Kum Bok Kim (Kanggye)

    Forwards
    Ok Jin (Kanggye)
    Un Gyong Choe (Susan)
    Hyang Mi Kim (Taesongsan)
    Hyon Mi Ryu (Sajabong)
    Chok Ok O (Sajabong)
    Hyon I Ri (Taesongsan)
    Un Hyang Kim (Kanggye)
    Jong Hui Choe (Kimchaek)
    Suk Yong Kim (Jangjasan)

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    Hungary Hungary final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Aniko Nemeth (KMH Budapest)
    Renata Poltzer (KMH Budapest)

    Defenders
    Bernadett Nemeth (KMH Budapest)
    Eniko Toth (KMH Budapest)
    Sarolt Csiszer (MAC Budapest)
    Dorottya Medgyes (MAC Budapest)
    Monika Molnar (Manhattanville)
    Franciska Kiss-Simon (Belye Medvedi Chelyabinsk)
    Lotti Odnoga (Gyori ETO HC)
    Kitti Trencsenyi (KMH Budapest)

    Forwards
    Vivien Somogyi (KMH Budapest)
    Alexandra Ronai (KMH Budapest)
    Rebeka Ungar (KMH Budapest)
    Kinga Jokai-Szilagyi (Vasa Budapest)
    Tifani Horvath (UTE Budapest)
    Hanna Pinter (MAC Budapest)
    Andrea Kiss (MAC Budapest)
    Reka Dabasi (Vasas Budapest)
    Nora Brgles (SDE HF)
    Zora Gottlibet (Vasas Budapest)
    Lili Pinter (MAC Budapest)
    Zsofia Joaki-Szilagyi (MSSK Pitea)

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    Italy Italy final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Giulia Mazzocchi (St. Lawrence University)
    Daniela Klotz (EV Bozen)

    Defenders
    Michelle Masperi (Real Torino)
    Valentina Ricca (IF Sundsvall)
    Elena Ballardini (Real Torino)
    Nadine Zaccherini (EV Bozen)
    Linda de Rocco (Alleghe Hockey)
    Giorgia Battisti (Sabres Vienna)
    Anneke Katharina Orlandini (EV Bozen)
    Franziska Stocker (EV Bozen)

    Forwards
    Carola Saletta (EV Bozen)
    Anna de la Forest de Divonne (Rreal Torino)
    Alice Gasperini (EV Bozen)
    Beatrix Larger (EV Bozen)
    Giorgia Battisti (Rice Memorial HS)
    Eleonora Bonafini (EV Bozen)
    Silvia Carignano (HC Torino-Valpe)
    Eleonora Dalpra (EV Bozen)
    Federica Zandegiacomo Mistrotofolo (Alleghe Hockey)
    Hanna Elliscasis (EV Bozen)
    Samantha Gius (EV Bozen)

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    Netherlands Netherlands final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Claudia van Leeuwen (Hijs Hokij Wolves)
    Bianka Bos (Zoetermeer Panthers)

    Defenders
    Kayleigh Hamers (NIJA Talents Eindhoven)
    Jet Milders (Zoetermeer Panthers)
    Britt Wortel (Amsterdam Tigers)
    Myrthe Martens (Geleen Smoke Eaters)
    Cloe Keijzer (SDE HF)
    Charlotte Kooijman (Dordrecht Lions)
    Hilde Huisman (Heerenveen Flyers)

    Forwards
    Glynis Barton (Geleen Smoke Eaters)
    Jose Luikens (Gijs Bears Groningen)
    Savine Wielenga (Amsterdam Tigers)
    Bieke van Nes (Walpole Express)
    Julie Zwarthoed (Geleen Smoke Eaters)
    Nicky Tijin-A-Ton (Utrecht Dragons)
    Anne van der Zande (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Mieneke de Jong (Hijs Hokij Wolves)
    Zoe Barbier (SDE HF)
    Jessie Tegelaar (Zoertermeer Panthers)
    Mandy Flink (Zoetermeer Panthers)
    Emily Even (Concordia University)

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    Slovakia Slovakia final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Romana Kiapesova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Monika Kvakova (Sarisanka Presov)

    Defenders
    Alexandra Gaborcikova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Lenka Curmova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Denisa Lalikova (Proctor Academy)
    Edita Rakova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Natalia Palova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Tatiana Istocyova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Gabriela Zitnanska (HC SKP Bratislava)

    Forwards
    Martina Staronova (HK Poprad)
    Lucia Istocyova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Lenka Srokova (HK Spisska Nova Ves)
    Tatiana Korenkova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Livia Miskova (Sarisanka Presov)
    Maria Herichova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Romana Kosecka (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Livia Lucova (Nait Ooks)
    Andrea Kollova (Ontario Hockey Academy)
    Miriam Mikeskova (HK Spisska Nova Ves)
    Nikola Gapova (SK Karvina)
    Lucia Drabekova (HC SKP Bratislava)
    Radka Trebulova (HC SKP Bratislava)

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    Day 1; Game 1

    DPR Korea - Hungary 1:5 (0:2, 0:1, 1:2)
    0:1 - 13.57 Tifani Horvath (L.Pinter)
    0:2 - 19.53 Reka Dabasi
    0:3 - 35.21 Lili Pinter (H.Pinter)
    0:4 - 45.10 Franciska Kiss-Simon (Dabasi) PP1
    1:4 - 47.52 Hyon Mi Ryu (S.Y.Kim, Han)
    1:5 - 52.19 Rebeka Ungar (B.Nemeth) PP2
    PIM: 6x2 - 2x2 SOG: 9-36 Att: 826
    Goalkeepers: Hye Yong Ri 25/29 (Jong Sim So 6/7) - Aniko Nemeth 8/9
    Ref: Henna Aberg (FIN) Linesmen: Michaela Fratterelli (USA), Tomomi Kaneko (JPN)
    PRK: Ri Hye Yong (14.50 So Jong Sim); Kim Une Ae, Kim Kum Bok, Ryu Hyon Mi, O Chol Ok +C, Kim Suk Yong, Han Song Hui, Won Chol Sun +A, Jin Ok, Kim Hyang Mi, Ro Sun Bok, Hwang Chung Sim, Hang Ching Gum, Kim Un Hyang, Ri Hyon I, Choe Jong Hui +A, Ri Un Hyang, Choe Un Hyong
    HUN: Nemeth Aniko; Molnar Monika, Kiss-Simon Franciska +A, Jokai-Szilagyi Kinga, Kiss Andrea, Jokai-Szilagyi Zsofia, Medgyes Dorottya +A, Odnoga Lotti, Trencsenyi Kitti +C, Ungar Rebeka, Dabasi Reka, Nemeth Bernadett, Toth Eniko, Horvath Tifani, Pinter Hanna, Pinter Lili, Csiszer Sarolt, Somogyi Vivien, Ronai Alexandra, Brgles Nora, Gottlibet Zora

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    any stream on games ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neronet View Post
    any stream on games ?
    http://sports.cntv.cn/live/cctv5plus/index.shtml

    This will only include China's games. It requires a plugin which comes direct from CCTV (aka the government). The site may be riddled with popups as well and it doesn't hurt to understand the simplified Chinese script either. To help identify the hockey games, "China" looks like a rectangle with a vertical line through it followed by a box with something looking like a 3B inside - not that it's a good description!

    Broadcast has begun, right now it's a bit of a background/preview bit with a tearful Rui Ma.
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    Day 1; Game 2

    Italy - Slovakia 3:4/SO (2:3, 1:0, 0:0, 0:0-0:1)
    0:1 - 08.41 Nikola Gapova (Herichova)
    1:1 - 10.40 Eleonora Dalpra (Bettarini)
    2:1 - 11.28 Beatrix Larger (Carignano)
    2:2 - 14.28 Miriam Mikeskova (Zitnanska)
    2:3 - 19.24 Andrea Kollova (Srokova)
    3:3 - 27.06 Beatrix Larger(2) (Zaccherini)
    3:4 - 65.00 Denisa Lalikova
    PIM: 5x2 - 6x2 SOG: 22-37 Att: 857
    Goalkeepers: Giulia Mazzocchi 33/37 - Monika Kvakova 19/22
    Ref: Samantha Hiller (USA) Linesmen: Hong Sang (CHN), Harriet Weegh (GER)
    ITA: Mazzocchi Giulia; Ricca Valentina, Bettarini Valentina +A, Saletta Carola, de la Forest de Divonne Anna +A, Dalpra Eleonora, Zaccherini Nadine, de Rocco Linda +C, Larger Beatrix, Zandegiacomo Mistrotofolo Federica, Gius Samantha, Masperi Michelle, Ballardini Elena, Bonafini Eleonora, Carignano Solvia, Elliscasis Hanna, Orlandini Anneke Katharina, Stocker Franziska, Gasperini Alice, Battisti Giorgia
    SVK: Kvakova Monika; Curmova Lenka +A, Lalikova Denisa, Srokova Lenka, Herichova Maria, Gapova Nikola, Zitnanska Gabriela, Drabekova Lucia, Kosecka Romana, Lucova Livi +C, Mikeskova Miiam +A, Rakova Edita, Palova Natalia, Istocyova Lucia, Kollova Andrea, Trebulova Radka, Gaborcikova Alexandra, Istocyova Tatiana, Staronova Martina, Korenkova Tatiana, Miskova Livia

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    Not at all a good start from the Slovaks, yeah, they got the win but tripped up by newly promoted Italy while they just came down from IA. Its of course only the first day and they did still win but not the most impressive start I was expecting from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Not at all a good start from the Slovaks, yeah, they got the win but tripped up by newly promoted Italy while they just came down from IA. Its of course only the first day and they did still win but not the most impressive start I was expecting from them.
    I don't expect them to do what Kazakhstan did and fall all the way through. Italy has some youngsters on their team, this would be the first generation playing after having been exposed to Torino 2006?

    In the pre-game for China-Netherlands, one of the Dutch players said the ice is softer than back home. Sadly, the arena is far from full because they've been missing a back and forth affair. Score is 0:1 after 20 minutes for the Chinese, Sun Rui having scored on a 2-on-1 from Zhang Mengying. Both teams have had dangerous chances but China is ahead in both puck possession and scoring chances; Dutch have more shots on goal. China's showing more speed and their umbrella powerplay has looked dangerous with good movement. The Dutch powerplay was only working the right side of the ice, so that should be an area of improvement.

    UPDATE: Period 2, score 1:2 for the Chinese. Dutch dominated the first 7:30 of the second, including Mieneke de Jong scoring on her on rebound. Shi Yao kept China in it, as did Zhang Mengying by blocking a shot that may have been across the line. de Jong later took a 2+10 for checking to the head and neck. Didn't get a good angle if it was a check to the head, but the check certainly was a good penalty to take until Bieke van Nes went off. China converted the 2-man advantage thanks to a Sun Rui deflection and resumed a one goal lead. From there on, China has carried play.

    Final: The Lions roar back, scoring early in the 3rd on a Cloe Keijzer PP rip from the point. Through the third, the Dutch generally had play despite two injury stoppages. No score through overtime, which included two more injury stoppages - Jiang Na having her second back injury of the game. Luck was on the Dutch side in the shootout. China's first two shots from Kong Minghui and Sun Rui both beat Claudia van Leeuwen only to clang the post. Julie Zwarthoed put the Dutch ahead and van Leeuwen shut down Zhang Mengying.

    Other teams will need to be aware of China's quick headman passes which they tried throughout the game. The Dutch were regularly caught flat footed by them. van Leeuwen kept them in the game. China's two goals came on a cross-slot pass on a 2-on-1 and a high shot deflected down low on the powerplay. They took 40 shots in total but routinely went low. van Leeuwen is fairly big at 183/6'0" and when she goes down to the classic butterfly, her feet might as well be in the corners with how much net she seals off. The Chinese had plenty of odd man rushes to put the game away but never went high. If teams are going to beat her, it'll take deflections, quick cross-crease passes, or shooting upstairs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trim View Post
    I don't expect them to do what Kazakhstan did and fall all the way through. Italy has some youngsters on their team, this would be the first generation playing after having been exposed to Torino 2006?
    I dont see them doing it either, its just interesting they slipped up against Italy. See how they do against the Dutch who got off on the wrong foot as well, they crushed China last year. Maybe we will see a closer battle for promotion this year, besides Latvia bouncing back after being relegated, we had a good race for the other medals.

    Italy looks willing to send DPR Korea down, assuming they can keep it up. We should have a great first match when they take on Hungary, who made them wait another year to gain promotion.

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    Day 1; Game 3

    Netherlands - China 3:2/SO (0:1, 1:1, 1:0, 0:0-1:0)
    0:1 - 12.25 Rui Sun (M.Zhang)
    1:1 - 22.29 Mieneke de Jong
    1:2 - 30.54 Rui Sun(2) (Qi) PP2
    2:2 - 41.23 Cloe Keijzer (Hamers, van Nes) PP1
    3:2 - 65.00 Julie Zwarthoed
    PIM: 8x2+1x10 - 6x2+1x10 SOG: 37-37 Att: 1196
    Goalkeepers: Claudia van Leeuwen 35/37 - Yao Shi 34/37
    Ref: Katja Bandlofsky (GER) Linesmen: Stina Nilsson (SWE), Gabriela Stastna (CZE)
    NED: van Leeuwen Claudia; Martens Myrthe +C, Keijzer Chloe, Luikens Jose, de Jong Mieneke, Tegelaar Jessie +A, Hamers Kayleigh, Huisman Hilde, Wielenga Savine +A, Zwarthoed Julie, Barbier Zoe, Milders Jet, Wortel Britt, van Nes Bieke, Tjin-A-Ton Nicky, Even Emily, Kooijman Charlotte, Barton Glynis, van der Zande Anne, Flink Mandy
    CHN: Shi Yao; Yu Baiwei +A, Liu Zhixin, Zhang Mengying +A, Sun Rui +C, Kong Minghui, Qi Xueting, Jaing Na, Lu Shuang, He Xin, Fang Xin, Deng Di, Wang Chang, Wen Lu, Zhu Rui, Ma Rui, Zhao Qinan, Tian Naiyuan, Zhang Chi, Lyu Yue, Ji Jingwen

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    Day 2; Game 4

    Hungary - Italy 2:1 (0:0, 1:1, 1:0)
    1:0 - 28.42 Dorottya Medgyes (Pinter) PP1
    1:1 - 32.12 Carola Saletta (Ricca) PP1
    2:1 - 47.06 Dorottya Medgyes(2) (K.Jokai-Szilagyi) PP1
    PIM: 4x2 - 4x2 SOG: 24-31 Att: 849
    Goalkeepers: Aniko Nemeth 30/31 - Daniela Klotz 22/24
    Ref: Samantha Hiller (USA) Linesmen: Tomomi Kaneko (JPN), Gabriela Stastna (CZE)
    HUN: Nemeth Aniko; Molnar Monka, Kiss-Simon Franciska +A, Trencsenyi Kitti +C, Jokai-Szilagyi Kinga, Jokai-Szilagyi Zsofia, Medgyes Dorottya +A, Odnoga Loti, Ungar Rebeka, Pinter Hanna, Dabasi Reka, Nemeth Bernadett, Toth Eniko, Horvath Tifani, Kiss Andrea, Pinter Lili, Csiszer Sarolt, Somogyi Vivien, Ronai Alexandra, Brgles Nora, Gotlibet Zora
    ITA: Klotz Daniela; Ricca Valentina, Bettarini Valentina +A, Saletta Carola, de la Forest de Divonne Anna +A, Dalpra Eleonora, Zaccherini Nadine, de Rocco Linda +C, Larger Beatrix, Zandegiacomo Mistrotofolo Federica, Gius Samantha, Masperi Michelle, ballardini Elena, Bonafini Eleonora, Carigano Silvia, Elliscasis Hanna, Orlandini Anneke Katharine, Stocker Franziska, Gasperini Alice, Battisti Giorgia

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    Day 2; Game 5

    Slovakia - Netherlands 3:2 (0:1, 1:0, 2:1)
    0:1 - 07.11 Bieke van Nes (Martens)
    1:1 - 39.33 Miriam Mikeskova (Lucova, Zitnanska)
    2:1 - 55.48 Romana Kosecka (Gapova, T.Istocyova) PP1
    3:1 - 59.33 Gabriela Zitnanska (Lucova) EN
    3:2 - 59.41 Zoe Barbier (Tegelaar)
    PIM: 5x2 - 12x2 SOG: 35-18 Att: 839
    Goalkeepers: Romana Kiapesova 16.18 - Claudia van Leeuwen 33/35
    Ref: Henna Aberg (FIN) Linesmen: Tanja Cadonau (SUI), Hong Sang (CHN)
    SVK: Kiapesova Romana; Curmova Lenka +A, lalikova Denisa, Srokova Lenka, Herichova Maria, Gapova Nikola, Zitnanska Gabriela, Drabekova Lucia, Kosecka ROmana, Lucova Livia +C, Mikeskova Miriam +A, Rakova Edita, Palova Natalia, Staronova Martina, Kollova Andrea, Trebulova Radka, Gaborcikova Alexandra, Istocyova Tatiana, Istocyova Lucia, Korenkova Tatiana, Miskova Livia
    NED: van Leeuwen Claudia; Martens Myrthe +C, Keijzer Cloe, Luikens Jose, de Jong Mieneke, Tegelaar Jessie +A, Hamers Kayleigh, Huisman Hilde, Wielenga Savine +A, Zwarthoed Julie, Barbier Zoe, Milders Jet, Wortel Britt, van Nes Bieke, Tjin-A-Ton Nicky, Even Emily, Kooijman Charlotte, Barton Glynis, van der Zande Anne, Flink Mandy

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    4-1 through one between China and DPR Korea. Hye Yong Ri shouldn't be ashamed of any of them. Korea played good defense for the first 30 seconds or so but once China got their powerplay, it was all over. Ri has been left out to dry. The powerplay goal was deflected on its way in by Zhang Mengying. Zhang got her second on a breakaway. Kong got hers on a breakaway at the end of a DPRK powerplay. The fourth goal was Sun Rui taking the puck around the back of the net, feeding a lonely Chinese in the slot and - surprise, surprise - it was Zhang Mengying for the hat trick.

    I can say this without reservation through four Chinese periods. If Zhang Mengying is not one of China's 3 stars of the tournament, the selection is rigged. Every time she's on the ice, something happens. She's been on the ice for all four Chinese goals so far tonight and assisted one last night. She wears number 7, as does Linz/Austrian star Brian Lebler whom RexKramer knows as "Who Else?" Hmmm....
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    Day 2; Game 6

    China - DPR Korea 5:2 (4:1, 1:0, 0:1)
    1:0 - 00.54 Mengying Zhang (Sun, Qi) PP1
    2:0 - 05.30 Mengying Zhang(2) (Yu, Liu)
    3:0 - 09.58 Minghui Kong (Yu)
    3:1 - 10.32 Hyon Mi Ryu (O)
    4:1 - 11.57 Mengying Zhang(3) (Ma, Sun)
    5:1 - 32.46 Rui Zhu (Lu, Liu)
    5:2 - 57.18 Un Ae Kim (U.H.Kim, Han) PP1
    PIM: 2x2 - 2x2 SOG: 26-30 Att: 1473
    Goalkeepers: Yao Shi 28/30 - Hye Yong Ri 21/26
    Ref: Brandy Dewar (CAN) Linesmen: Michaela Fratterelli (USA), Harriet Weegh (GER)
    CHN: Shi Yao; Yu Baiwei, Liu Zhixin, Zhang Mengying +A, Sun Rui +C Kong Minghui +A, Qi Xueting, Wen Lu, Jiang Na, Ma Rui, Fang Xin, Deng Di, Wang Chang, Zhu Rui, Lu Shuang, He Xin, Zhao Qinan, Tian Naiyuan, Zhang Chi, Lyu Yue, Ju Jingwen
    PRK: Ri Hye Yong; Han Song Hui, Kim Kum Bok, Ryu Hyon Mi, O Chol Ok +C, Kim Suk Yong, Kim Une Ae, Won Chol Sun +A, Jin Ok, Kim Hyang Mi, Ro Sun Bok, Hwang Chung Sim, Hwang Chung Gum, Kim Un Hyang, Ri Hyon I, Choe Jong Hui +A, Ri Un Hyang, Choe Un Gyong

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    Day 3; Game 7

    Slovakia - DPR Korea 9:0 (2:0, 5:0, 2:0)
    1:0 - 04.19 Livia Lucova (T.Istocyova, Palova) PP1
    2:0 - 18.13 Tatiana Korenkova (Lalikova)
    3:0 - 25.03 Maria Herichova (Gapova, Srokova)
    4:0 - 28.44 Nikola Gapova (Srokova, Herichova)
    5:0 - 34.25 Romana Kosecka (Korenkova, Drabekova)
    6:0 - 35.29 Nikola Gapova(2) (Miskova)
    7:0 - 39.10 Maria Herichova(2)
    8:0 - 58.51 Lenka Srokova (Gapova, T.Istocyova) PP2
    9:0 - 59.19 Andrea Kollova (Trebulova, Zitnanska) PP1
    PIM: 1x2 - 5x2+1x5x20 SOG: 38-20 Att: 751
    Goalkeepers: Monika Kvakova 20/20 - Hye Yong Ri 14/19 (Jong Sim So 15/19)
    Ref: Katja Bandlofsky (GER) Linesmen: Stina Nilsson (SWE), Harriet Weegh (GER)
    SVK: Kvakova Monika; Lalikova Denisa, Istocyova Tatiana, Srokova Lenka, Herichova Maria, Gapova Nikola, Zitnanska Gabriela, Dabekva Lucia, Miskova Livia, Lucova Livia +C, Mikeskova Miriam +A, Rakova Edita, Palova Natalia, Staronova Martina, Kollova Andrea, Trebulova Radka, Gaborcikova Alexanra, Curmova Lenka +, Istocyova Lucia, Korenkova Tatiana, Kosecka Romana
    PRK: Ri Hye Yong (25/35 So Jong Sim); Han Song Hui, Kim Kim Bok, Ryu Hyon Mi, O Chol Ok +C, Kim Sik Yong, Kim Une Ae, Won Chol Sun +A, Jin Ok, Kim Hyang Mi, Ro Sun Bok, Hwang Chung Sim, Hwang Chung Gum, Kim Un Hyang, Ri Hyon I, Choe Jong Hui +A, Ri Un Hyang, Choe Un Gyong

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    Day 3; Game 8

    Italy - Netherlands 0:2 (0:1, 0:1, 0:0)
    0:1 - 01.24 Glynis Barton (Keijzer, Hamers) PP1
    0:2 - 32.34 Emily Even (Tjin-A-Ton, Martens)
    PIM: 6x2 - 5x2 SOG: 25-24 Att: 648
    Goalkeepers: Giulia Mazzocchi 22/24 - Claudia van Leeuwen 25/25
    Ref: Brandy Dewar (CAN) Linesmen: Michaela Frattarelli (USA), Hong Sang (CHN)
    ITA: Mazzocchi Giulia; Ricca Valentina, Bettarini Valentina +A, Larger Beatrix, Zandegiacom Mistrotofolo Federica, Gius Samantha, Zaccherini Nadine, de Rocco Linda +C, Saletta Carola, de la Forest de Divonne Anna +A, Dalra Eleonora, Masperi Michelle, Ballardini Elena, Stocker Franziska, Carignano Silvia, Elliscasis Hanna, Orlandini Anneke Katharina, Gasperini Alice, Battisti Giogira, Bonafini Eleonora
    NED: van Leeuwen Claudia; Martens Myrthe +C, Keijzer Cloe, Luikens Jose, Barbier Zoe, Tegelaar Jessie +A, Hamers Kayleigh, Huisman Hilde, Barton Glynis, Wielenga Savine +A, Zwarthoed Julie, Milders Jet, Wortel Britt, van Nes Bieke, Tjin-A-Ton Nicky, Even Emily, Kooijman Charlotte, van der Zande Anne, de Jong Mieneke, Flink Mandy

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    Day 3; Game 9

    China - Hungary 7:3 (1:1, 4:1, 2:1)
    1:0 - 05.13 Lu Wen (Yu, Fang) PP1
    1:1 - 19.33 Reka Dabasi (Pinter, Medgyes)
    2:1 - 20.28 Minghui Kong (M.Zhang)
    3:1 - 24.57 Baiwei Yu (Wi) PP2
    4:1 - 35.14 Baiwei Yu(2) (Liu, Fang) PP1
    4:2 - 36.26 Franciska Kiss-Simon (Horvath)
    5:2 - 39.00 Mengying Zhang (Kong)
    6:2 - 50.00 Lu Wen(2) (Fang)
    7:2 - 56.10 Baiwei Yu(3) (Liu, Wen) PP1
    7:3 - 56.51 Dorottya Medgyes
    PIM: 4x2 - 10x2 SOG: 37-32 Att: 1483
    Goalkeepers: Yao Shi 27/29 (Yuqing Wang 2/3) - Aniko Nemeth 30/37
    Ref: Henna Aberg (FIN) Linesmen: Tanja Cadonau (SUI), Tomomi Kaneko (JPN)
    CHN: Shi Yao (08.35 Wang Yuqing); Yu Baiwei +A, Liu Zhixin, Zhang Mengying +A, Sun Rui +C, Kong Minghui, Qi Xueting, Wen Lu, Jiang Na, Ma Rui, Fang Xin, Deng Di, Wang Chang, Zhu Rui, Lu Shuang, He Xin, Zhao Qinan, Tian Naiyuan, Zhang Chi, Lyu Yue, Ju Jingwen
    HUN: Nemeth Aniko; Molnar Monika, Kiss-Simon Franciska +A, Trencsenyi Kitti +C, Jokai-Szilagyi Kinga, Jokai-Szilagyi Zsofia, Toth Eniko, Medgyes Dorottya +A, Ungar Rebeka, Pinter Hanna, Dabasi Reka, Nemeth Bernadett, Odnoga Lotti, Horvath Tifani, Kiss Andrea, Pinter Lili, Csiszer Sarolt, Somogyi Vivien, Ronai Alexandra, Brgles Nora, Gottlibet Zora

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    Day 4; Game 10

    Hungary - Slovakia 0:1 (0:0, 0:1, 0:0)
    0:1 - 23.48 Livia Lucova (Mikeskova, Trebulova)
    PIM: 7x2+1x10 - 6x2 SOG: 22-31 Att: 729
    Goalkeepers: Aniko Nemeth 30/31 - Romana Kiapesova 22/22
    Ref: Brandy Dewar (CAN) Linesmen: Michaela Fratterelli (USA), Gabriela Stastna (CZE)
    HUN: Nemeth Aniko; Molnar Monika, Kiss-Simon Franciska +A, Trencsenyi Kitti +C, Jokai-Szilgyi King, Jokai-Szilagyi Zsofia, Toth Eniko, Medgyes Dorottya +A, Ungar Rebeka, Pinter Hanna, Dabasi Reka, Nemeth Bernadett, Odnoga Lotti, Horvath Tifani, Kiss Andrea, Pinter Lili, Csiszer Sarolt, Somogyi Vivien, Ronai Alexandra, Brgles Nora, Gottlibet Zora
    SVK: Kiapesova Romana; Lalikova Denisa, Istocyova Tatiana, Srokova Lenka, Herichova Maria, Gapova Nikola, Zitnanska Gabriela, Drabekova Lucia, Lucova Livia +C, Mikeskova Miriam +A, Trebulova Radka, Rakova Edita, Palova Natalia, Korenkova Tatiana, Kosecka Romana, Kollova Andrea, Gaborcikova Alexandra, Curmova Lenka +A, Staronova Martina, Istocyova Lucia Miskova Livia

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    Day 4; Game 11

    Netherlands - DPR Korea 7:1 (1:0, 2:0, 4:1)
    1:0 - 12.27 Nicky Tjin-A-Ton (Huisman, de Jong) PP1
    2:0 - 26.22 Savine Wielenga SH1
    3:0 - 33.26 Savine Wielenga(2) (de Jong, Hamers) PP2
    4:0 - 43.39 Glynis Barton (Wielenga, Miders)
    5:0 - 45.11 Emily Even (Tjin-A-Ton, van Nes)
    6:0 - 49.08 Cloe Keijzer (Barbier, de Jong)
    7:0 - 56.23 Julie Zwarthoed (Wielenga)
    7:1 - 57.40 Ok Jin (Ro)
    PIM: 4x2 - 6x2 SOG: 33-22 Att: 982
    Goalkeepers: Claudia van Leeuwen 14/14 (Bianka Bos 7/8) - Hye Yong Ri 26/33
    Ref: Katja Bandlofsky (GER) Linesmen: Tomomi Kaneko (JPN), Hong Sang (CHN)
    NED: van Leeuwen Claudia (20.00 Bos Bianka); Martens Myrthe +C, Keijzer Cloe, Luikens Jose, Barbier Zoe, Tegelaar Jessie +A, Hamers Kayleigh, Huisman Hilde, bartom Glynis, Wielenga Savine +A, Zwarthoed Julie, Milders Jet, Wortel Britt, van Nes Bieke, Tjin-A-Ton Nicky, Even Emily, Kooijman Charlotte, van der Zande Anne, de Jong Mieneke, Flink Mandy
    PRK: Ri Hye Yong; Han Song Hui, Kim Kum Bok, Ryu Hyon Mi, O Chol Ok +C, Kim Suk Yong, Ri Un Hyang, Won Chol Sun +A, Jin Ok, Kim Hyang Mi, Ro Sun Bok, Hwang Chun Sim, Hwang Chung Gum, Kim Un Hyang, Ri Hyon I, Choe Jong Hui +A, Choe Un Gyong

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    Italy is giving China everything they can handle, Chinese just need to make sure they walk away from this meeting with atleast a point. Been really impressed with Italy so far, have given all countries a tough time, just missing that extra piece to get them wins over moral points but one step at a time.

    I just wonder, should they not get the full three points today, how they handle absolutely needing a win on Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Italy is giving China everything they can handle, Chinese just need to make sure they walk away from this meeting with atleast a point.
    I guess that's the captain's duty...

    I'm absolutely not impressed with the conclusion of that game. The final goal scored on the powerplay should, in my opinion, never been on a powerplay. Calling Valentina Bettarini for cross checking was correct, I absolutely agree with referee Samantha Hiller on that. Where I take exception is that, when you look at it, Bettarini gives Sun Rui not much more than a nudging cross check. However, Sun went fully airborne and faceplanted herself in the boards. In my opinion, an international player in Division I, having experience in the Olympics no less, wouldn't have gone flying like that from a nudge unless they helped it along.

    Perhaps she should fly back with the Italians and join a soccer team there with such a diving display.

    The Italians have been a surprise so far with their competitiveness. I just hope they can be mentally and physically ready for the early game tomorrow against the North Koreans. They have represented the tricolor very well this tournament and thus far look the better team for tomorrow.

    The second game is the Dutch-Magyar battle for bronze which should provide a competitive balance. China may have been buoyed by pulling out a late win but have they exhausted their emotions before the gold medal game tomorrow?
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    Day 4; Game 12

    China - Italy 4:3 (1:1, 0:1, 3:1)
    1:0 - 00.52 Rui Ma (Liu)
    1:1 - 12.40 Silvia Carignano (Bettarini)
    1:2 - 39.33 Beatrix Larger
    2:2 - 46.34 Rui Sun (Yu) PP1
    3:2 - 48.48 Mengying Zhang (Yu)
    3:3 - 49.13 Eleonora Dalpra (Zandegiacomo Mistrotofolo)
    4:3 - 57.53 Xueting Qi (Sun) PP1
    PIM: 3x2 - 6x2 SOG: 21-22 Att: 1676
    Goalkeepers: Yao Shi 19/22 - Giulia Mazzocchi 17/21
    Ref: Samantha Hiller (USA) Linesmen: Tanja Cadonau (SUI), Stina Nilsson (SWE)
    CHN: Shi Yao; Yu Baiwei +A, Liu Zhixin, Zhang Mengying +A, Sun Rui +C, Kong Minghui, Qi Xueting, Wen Lu, Jiang Na, Ma Rui, Fang Xin, Deng Di, Zhao Qinan, Zhu Rui, Lu Shuang, He Xin, Wang Chang, Tian Naiyuan, Zhang Chi, Lyu Yue, Ju Jingwen
    ITA: Mazzocchi Giulia; Ricca Valentina, Bettarini Valentina +A, Saletta Carola, Dalpra Eleonora, Zandegiacomo Mistrotofolo Federica, Zaccherini Nadine, de Rocco Linda +C, de la Forest de Divonne Anna +A, Larger Beatrix, Gius Samantha, Masperi Michelle, Ballardini Elena, Stocker Franziska, Carignano Silvia, Elliscasis Hanna, Orlandini Anneke Katharina, Gasperini Alice, Battisti Girogia, Bonafini Eleonora

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trim View Post
    Where I take exception is that, when you look at it, Bettarini gives Sun Rui not much more than a nudging cross check. However, Sun went fully airborne and faceplanted herself in the boards. In my opinion, an international player in Division I, having experience in the Olympics no less, wouldn't have gone flying like that from a nudge unless they helped it along.
    Always such a shame when what really looks like a great match is decided by a referee falling for what a player is selling. I guess in the end it was worth it for Rui, didnt get the diving call and gave her country the powerplay to win the match.

    The Italians have been a surprise so far with their competitiveness. I just hope they can be mentally and physically ready for the early game tomorrow against the North Koreans. They have represented the tricolor very well this tournament and thus far look the better team for tomorrow.
    The second game is the Dutch-Magyar battle for bronze which should provide a competitive balance. China may have been buoyed by pulling out a late win but have they exhausted their emotions before the gold medal game tomorrow?
    Im really excited for that Dutch-Hungarian match, the Dutch last year lost out on the Bronze thanks to Hungary and they had a fantastic 2:1 match in which both van Leeuwen and Nemeth played well in.
    The points about both Italy and China I agree with and hopefully they both show up. I dont know why, but I kind of really want to see China go back up and Slovaks stay down. I just want to see the Dutch, Hungarians and hopefully Italians get a second crack at them.

    On another note, kind of surprised to see some pretty decent attendance numbers. I know before you said Trim that there was no mention of the tournament on the tv or radio, but after the tournament has started any mentions? Dont remember if China Dragon played any matches in Beijing but some of these have been getting higher attendance. (I know, country v. club and its likely some school promotion or something of the sorts is helping increase the numbers.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    On another note, kind of surprised to see some pretty decent attendance numbers. I know before you said Trim that there was no mention of the tournament on the tv or radio, but after the tournament has started any mentions? Dont remember if China Dragon played any matches in Beijing but some of these have been getting higher attendance. (I know, country v. club and its likely some school promotion or something of the sorts is helping increase the numbers.)
    Nationally, nothing has changed on the promotional front. I'm probably still the only person that knows about it in this province! Beijing is developing some hockey on its own so that with some school promotions as you mentioned would likely explain several shots of children's groups in the crowds tonight. Dragon didn't play in Beijing but they're also using a much larger arena. They could get more people in but two large sections of the tribunes are covered in logos.
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    Day 5; Game 13

    DPR Korea - Italy 2:4 (0:1, 1:0, 1:3)
    0:1 - 14.55 Beatrix Larger (Gius, Bettarini) PP1
    1:1 - 37.18 Hyang Mi Kim (Han, O)
    1:2 - 40.33 Eleonora Dalpra (Saletta, Bettarini)
    2:2 - 43.44 Chok Ok O (U.H.Kim, Ryu) PP1
    2:3 - 45.26 Valentina Bettarini (Larger, Gius) PP1
    2:3 - 49.55 Hanna Elliscasis (Dalpra)
    PIM: 7x2 - 2x2 SOG: 20-30 Att: 746
    Goalkeepers: Hye Yong Ri 26/30 - Daniela Klotz 18/20
    Ref: Brandy Dewar (CAN) Linesmen: Stina Nilsson (SWE), Harriet Weegh (GER)
    PRK: Ri Hye Yong; Han Song Hui, Kim Kum Bok, Ryu Hyon Mi, O Chol Ok +C, KiM Suk Yong, Kim Un Ae, Won Chol Sun +A, Jin Ok, Kim Hyang Mi, Ro Sun Bok, Hwang Chung Sim, Hwang Chung Gum, Choe Un Gyong, Kim Un Hyang, Choe Jong Hui +A, Ri Un Hyang, Ri Hyon I
    ITA: Klotz Daniela; Ricca Valentina, Bettarini Valentina +A, Saletta Carola, Dalpra Eleonora, Zandegiacomo Mistrotofolo Federic, Zaccherini Nadine, de Rocco Linda +C, de la Forest de Divonne Anna +A, Larger Beatrix, Gius Samantha, Ballardini Elena, Orlandini Anneke Katharina, Stocker Franziska, Carignano Silvia, Elliscasis Hanna, Masperi Michelle, Gasperini Alice, Battisti Giorgia, Bonafini Eleonora

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    The Dutch got their revenge and claim the Bronze medal. Now we just need China to knock off the Slovaks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Trim View Post
    Nationally, nothing has changed on the promotional front. I'm probably still the only person that knows about it in this province! Beijing is developing some hockey on its own so that with some school promotions as you mentioned would likely explain several shots of children's groups in the crowds tonight. Dragon didn't play in Beijing but they're also using a much larger arena. They could get more people in but two large sections of the tribunes are covered in logos.
    Thanks very much.

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    Day 5; Game 14

    Hungary - Netherlands 0:2 (0:1, 0:1, 0:0)
    0:1 - 04.32 Mieneke de Jong (Wielenga) PP1
    0:2 - 37.50 Mieneke de Jong(2) (Barbier)
    PIM: 6x2 - 5x2 SOG: 21-28 Att: 719
    Goalkeepers: Aniko Nemeth 26/28 - Claudia van Leeuwen 21/21
    Ref: Samantha Hiller (USA) Linesmen: Hong Sang (CHN), Gabriela Stastna (CZE)
    HUN: Nemeth Aniko; Molnar Monika, Kiss-Simon Franciska +A, Trencsenyi Kitit +C, Dabasi Reka, Jokai-Szilagyi Zsofia, Toth Eniko, Medgyes Dorottya +A, Horvath Tifani, Kiss Andrea, Pinter Lili, Nemeth Bernadett, Odnoga Lotti, Ungar Rebeka, Jokai-Szilagyi Kinga, Pinter Hanna, Csiszer Sarolt, Somogyi Vivien, Ronai Alexandra, Brgles Nora, Gottilbet Zora
    NED: van Leeuwen Claudia; Martens Myrthe +C, Keijzer Cloe, Luikens Jose, de Jong Mieneke, Barbier Zoe, Hamers Kayleigh, Huisman Hilde, Wielenga Savine +A, Zwarthed Julie, Tegelaar Jessie +A, Milder Jet, Wortel Britt, van Nes Bieke, Tjin-A-Ton Nicky, Even Emily, Kooijman Charlotte, Barton Glynis, van der Zande Anne, Flink Mandy

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    Surprisingly, the China-Slovakia game is on CCTV5, the national sports channel. Slovakia has a 2-1 edge after the first and are on the power play. The gameplay has been befitting a gold medal game; fast skating and solid passes. China opened the scoring right away on a goal from Brian Lebler, err, Zhang Mengying. China is still about getting in the attacking zone and firing a shot on goal. Slovakia has been better thus far with maintaining puck control and setting up their attack.
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    Hmm, China mounted their comeback but started a little late so the Slovaks go right back up.

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    Day 5; Game 15

    Slovakia - China 4:3 (2:1, 2:0, 0:2)
    0:1 - 00.12 Mengying Zhang (Sun)
    1:1 - 12.53 Nikola Gapova (Herichova)
    2:1 - 16.48 Miriam Mikeskova (Lucova) PP1
    3:1 - 28.24 Romana Kosecka (Kollova, Lalikova)
    4:1 - 32.20 Maria Herichova (Srokova) SH1
    4:2 - 57.30 Rui Sun (Wen)
    4:3 - 59.46 Mengying Zhang(2) (Qi, Yu) PP2
    PIM: 6x2 - 4x2 SOG: 37-24 Att: 2093
    Goalkeepers: Romana Kiapesova 21/24 - Yao Shi 26/30 (Yuqing Wang 7/7)
    Ref: Henna Aberg (FIN) Linesmen: Tanja Cadonau (SUI), Michaela Frattarelli (USA)
    SVK: Kiapesova Romana; Lalikova Denisa, Istocyova Tatiana, Srokova Lenka, Herichova Maria, Gapova Nikola, Zitnanska Gabriela, Drabekova Lucia, Lucova Livia +C, Mikeskova Miriam +A, Trebulova Radka, Curmova Lenka +A, Rakava Edita, Korenkova Tatiana, Kosecka Romana, Kollova Andrea, Gaborcikova Alexandra, Palova Natalia, Staronova Martina, Istocyova Lucia, Miskova Livia
    CHN: Shi Yao (18.36 Wang Yuqing); Yu Baiwei +A, Liu Zhixin, Zhang Mengying +A, Sun Rui +C, Kong Minghui, Qi Xueting, Wen Lu, Jiang Na, Ma Rui, Fang Xin, Deng Di, Zhao Qinan, Zhu Rui, Lu Shuang, He Xin, Tian Naiyuan, Zhang Chi, Lyu Yue, Ju Jingwen

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    Against both Italy and Slovakia, China came out like gangbusters on the first shift and then took about 40-50 minutes off. The late powerplays helped in both cases but until the last minutes, China never played with any urgency. With 7 minutes to go and down by 3, they made no attempt to forecheck or play aggressively in the neutral zone. Down by 2 on a power play at 1:59 to go, they didn't pull their goalie until the last penalty call with 38 seconds to go. They damn near tied it with a huge pileup in the crease in the final seconds, though. If they applied that urgency earlier their medal would have been silver or gold.

    The Dutch fly home with silver medals which they richly deserved. DPR Korea slides down to Division II to be replaced by their fellow Asians from Kazakhstan. Hopefully the Italians can use their results as a springboard for next year as a possible medal contender.
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    Table and Rankings

    RkCountryGPWOTWOTLLGF:GAPTS
    1 Slovakia 5 4 1 0 0 21:8 14
    2 Netherlands 5 3 1 0 1 16:6 11
    3 China 5 3 0 1 1 21:15 10
    4 Hungary 5 2 0 0 3 10:12 6
    5 Italy 5 1 0 1 3 11:14 4
    6 DPR Korea 5 0 0 0 5 6:30 0

    RK Country
    1 Slovakia
    2 Netherlands
    3 China
    4 Hungary
    5 Italy
    6 DPR Korea
    *Slovakia is promoted to Division I Group A
    *DPR Korea is relegated to Division II Group A

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    Stats and Awards

      PlayerGPGAPTS
    T1Mengying Zhang5729
    -Baiwei Yu5369
    3Rui Sun5448
    4Nikola Gapova5437
    T5Mieneke de Jong5336
    -Maria Herichova5336
    T7Beatrix Larger5415
    -Livia Lucova5235
    -Savine Wielenga5235
    -Valentina Bettarini5145

      PlayerGPGAASV%SO
    1Claudia van Leeuwen50,8596,92
    2Monika Kvakova21,4492,81
    3Romana Kiapesova31,6792,11
    4Aniko Nemeth52,4291,10
    5Yao Shi53,0490,50

    Best players selected by Directorate
    GK: Claudia van Leeuwen (NED)
    DF: Franciska Kiss-Simon (HUN)
    FW: Mengying Zhang (CHN)

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