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    2015 IIHF World Div.IB Championship - Eindhoven, Netherlands; 13th-19th.Apr

    Croatia
    Estonia
    Great Britain
    Korea
    Lithuania
    Netherlands

    IJssportcentrum Eindhoven, capacity: 1,800


    Tournament schedule
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    13/4 Great Britain Croatia 13:30 IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    13/4 Estonia Korea 17:00IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    13/4 Netherlands Lithuania 20:30IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    14/4 Estonia Great Britain 13:30IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    14/4 Croatia Lithuania 17:00IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    14/4 Korea Netherlands 20:30 IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    16/4 Lithuania Estonia 13:30IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    16/4 Korea Great Britain 17:00IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    16/4 Croatia Netherlands 20:30IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    18/4 Lithuania Korea 13:30IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    18/4 Croatia Estonia 17:00IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    18/4 Great Britain Netherlands 20:30IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    19/4 Korea Croatia 13:30IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    19/4 Lithuania Great Britian 17:00IJssportcentrum Eindhoven
    19/4 Netherlands Estonia 20:30IJssportcentrum Eindhoven

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    Real tough to call here. Korea dropping down from IA, the game vs GBR will likely be the promotion match, but don't count out the Dutch at home.
    Lithuania and Estonia are probably the ones who will battle to avoid relegation.
    Croatia are hard to gauge, with their legion of naturalized players they could fight for promotion (if they all play with heart and desire) or relegation (if they are just there on vacation). Will be interesting to see if they find passports for a few more foreigners between now and the 13th.

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    This will be a battle for promotion between kind-of Croatia and sort-of Korea. ;)

    Seriously, with each of them icing teams filled with pro North Americans who were given passports solely to play on their national ice hockey squads, they will be above the rest of the competition.

    Great Britain will take third. The Netherlands will take fourth. Estonia and Lithuania will battle to avoid relegation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Seriously, with each of them icing teams filled with pro North Americans who were given passports solely to play on their national ice hockey squads, they will be above the rest of the competition.
    I wouldn't consider Korea 'filled with pro North Americans.' Yes, they have five skaters, but only one is a defenseman and no foreign-born goalies. No doubt they'll get lots of ice time, but Korean-born and -trained players will still be out there often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    Real tough to call here. Korea dropping down from IA, the game vs GBR will likely be the promotion match, but don't count out the Dutch at home.
    Lithuania and Estonia are probably the ones who will battle to avoid relegation.
    Croatia are hard to gauge, with their legion of naturalized players they could fight for promotion (if they all play with heart and desire) or relegation (if they are just there on vacation). Will be interesting to see if they find passports for a few more foreigners between now and the 13th.
    Last year in Vilnus there was no difirence between domestic and naturalized players in atitude amd desire. Glumac,Murray and Letang are players with great leadership who takes every game, no matter of jersey colour, seriously.

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    Hey folks !! Been away for a loong time... but it's that time of year again, so I'll be around for a while :P

    One first question : It seems that IIHF website is streaming games this year.. am I hallucinating, or is it correct.. and if so, will they stream D.1B games too ?
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    On April 7th Croatia - Slovenia friendly game in Zagreb

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    What about this pre tournament game 29.03. 16:30 Liederkerke. Belgium - Netherlands ? Score?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Petrochemist View Post
    Hey folks !! Been away for a loong time... but it's that time of year again, so I'll be around for a while :P

    One first question : It seems that IIHF website is streaming games this year.. am I hallucinating, or is it correct.. and if so, will they stream D.1B games too ?
    I took their fan survey (same thing the CHL did) asking about the price of streaming and then it happened!
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    GB 4th or 5th! I hope we do horrible to show that we suck still. Otherwise we'll live in the false hope that we're getting better :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oleg A View Post
    What about this pre tournament game 29.03. 16:30 Liederkerke. Belgium - Netherlands ? Score?
    Netherlands won 7-0, both teams will meet again on sunday with a 12.00 faceoff at Eindhoven.
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    Croatia will be without Ouzas, Prpic and Naglich

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    For the friendly against Slovenia, or for the tournament?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    For the friendly against Slovenia, or for the tournament?
    For the tournament...

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    Trying to fill Pre tournament games results here. LINK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Croatia will be without Ouzas, Prpic and Naglich
    Any reasons given?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    Any reasons given?
    Ouzas "tierd", but I will give him pass as he sufferd injury during playoffs. Naglich is injured since december, Vienna signed Bois to replace him, while Prpic can't find replace at work, he works as fireman, although his club Brandord is eliminated from Allan cup finals.

    With Dekanich and Tomljenovic Ouzas won't be missed so much, but we could really use one of the Prpic/Naglich duo. Murray, who should be our top center is primarly PK-er and checker, and despite being very good in what he is doing, I don't know how much creativity in offense he has. On top of that, there is no Rendulic, who will be missed in Kanaet-Blagus line.

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    Croatia - Slovenia 2:5 (0:0, 1:3, 1:2)

    First period Dekanich was in the net, later Tomljenovic. Slovenians were effective on PP, scoring three goals with man advantage.

    http://sport.hrt.hr/279363/posljednj...ka-za-hrvatsku here you can see first croatian goal scored by Kinasewich. Second one scored Kanaet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Croatia - Slovenia 2:5 (0:0, 1:3, 1:2)

    First period Dekanich was in the net, later Tomljenovic. Slovenians were effective on PP, scoring three goals with man advantage.

    http://sport.hrt.hr/279363/posljednj...ka-za-hrvatsku here you can see first croatian goal scored by Kinasewich. Second one scored Kanaet.
    Nice result by Croatian team. Everything but first place would be disaster

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    1Croatia
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    Any rosters published yeat?

    1. South-Korea
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    1 Great Britain
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    Korea will be first
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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanhk View Post
    Nice result by Croatian team. Everything but first place would be disaster
    The result seems OK although Croatia was able to draw better result in 2009. when it lost 4:2 with mostly domestic roster. Slovenians gathered only two days before the game but were able to dominate the ice. Their main problem was reluctance to shoot, but once they read the Croatian goalie as well as inertia in defensive play, Slovenia scored three times in a row in power play.

    Frankly speaking, I am dissapointed with the performance of Croatian top line (Glumac - Murray - Kostović) that is composed from the KHL players compared to the top Slovenian line (Jeglič - Tičar - Urbas) that has two players from KHL (Slovan) and one from Allsvenskan. Granted, the level of opposition waiting in Eindhoven is lower, but Croatian coach should be aware that, unlike in Vilnius, noone is going to underestimate Croatian team and everyone is going to raise the physical component trying to wear down Croatian top players who did not look overly fresh and lightfoot yesterday.

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    any guy support Korea?
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    Croatia

    Croatian final roster

    GK's:

    Mark Dekanich* (Medveščak)
    Mate Tomljenović (Medveščak)
    Andrej Vasiljević (?)

    Defenders :

    Kenny MacAulay (Innsbruck)
    Geoff Waugh (VSV Villach)
    Alan Letang (Medveščak)
    Andy Sertich (Dornbirn)
    Saša Martinović (Medveščak)
    Marko Ljubić (Mladost)
    Igor Jačmenjak (Zagreb)
    Borna Šilović (Medveščak)

    Forwards:

    Mike Glumac* (Medveščak)
    Andrew Murray* (Medveščak)
    Dario Kostović (Medveščak)
    Nathan Perkovich* (Medveščak)
    Ryan Kinasewich* (Dornbirn)
    Ivan Janković (Zagreb)
    Dominik Kanaet (Detva)
    Mislav Blagus (Zagreb)
    Luka Vukoja (Medveščak)
    Tadija Mirić (Mladost)
    Ivan Brenčun (Medveščak)
    Matija Miličić* (Zagreb)

    * - first WC

    Good luck ! First place or Siberia !

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    Well, you should also be aware that Dekanich will be our main goalie and not play only 20 minutes. Yesterday was only a practice game. Most KHL/EBEL players only joined up day before, also, Jačmenjak and Tadić didn't play because they were already certain to play in the WC.

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    Any reason Novak was left off? Including Janković and Miličić I could understand as two kids who have impressive seasons and perhaps have a bright future so let them play on the 4th line and increase their minutes if the match gets out of hand. Neither of Blagus or Mirić stats are that impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starkovs View Post
    Any reason Novak was left off? Including Janković and Miličić I could understand as two kids who have impressive seasons and perhaps have a bright future so let them play on the 4th line and increase their minutes if the match gets out of hand. Neither of Blagus or Mirić stats are that impressive.
    Novak is still in the playoffs with Feldkirch, but he has history of strange behaviour when playing for Croatia and Medvescak. In 2006. U18 he made so much stupid penalites. For example (one of his teammates told me this) in game against Lithuania (we lost 4:11, but led for three times) by result 4:1 or 4:2 for us and with two man advantage he made stupid foul that gave LTU 5 min man advantage and he was out of the game. Of course, whole momentum switched to LTU side and we felt apart.

    In 2007. he was supposed to make debut for senior NT, but instead of playing for us, he went to vacation trip with his club (Rapperswill Jona Elite jr) somewhere in Spain.

    Medvescak signed him prior to first EBEL season and before one game against Alba he simply forgot to come on game because he stuck in casino playing some poker tournament. After that he was immediately cut from roster.

    Rumors I heard that he and coach didn't like each other last year in Villnus also. Really sad situation because he is good player, last year he played very well and his play was no weaker than Rendulic's.

    Janković will play on scoring line with Kinasewich and Perkovich. He had asist yesterday and overall played good game. Blagus stats are not impressive but take into account that he doesn't play games against Sisak (where you can collect many points). Too bad for him that he plays only croatian league, but in absence of Naglich and Prpic he is absolutely key player. Miric scored three goals last season at WC (most on the team) and it is something that can't be overlooked.

    Lines from yesterday

    Glumac - Murray - Kostović
    Kinasewich - Perkovich - Janković
    Vukoja - Blagus - Kanaet
    Mirić - Brenčun - Miličić

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    Yes, last year he was exellent...few times when i watched the games i was thinking that he is rendulic. He has similar sizes and good handling like rendulic. Very goog player and he will miss a lot this year

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    I knew he was with Feldkirch and figured the INL Finals might have something to do with it but even if Feldkirch did mount the comeback, the INL season ends before the tournament. The other stuff is interesting and such a shame though, after you were talking about him started to pay more attention to him and was excited to watch him here.

    Thanks for everything Snapshot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Janković will play on scoring line with Kinasewich and Perkovich. He had asist yesterday and overall played good game.
    This assist wasn't reported yesterday because, technically, it wasn't an assist. Kinasewich and Sertich made a "double pass" that deletes Janković from the statistics.

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    Croatia at IIHF World championships

    1994.: group D - 4.
    1995.: group D - gold
    1996.: group C - 8.
    1997.: group D - gold
    1998.: group C - 4.
    1999.: group C - 5.
    2000.: group C - bronze
    2001.: division I - 4.
    2002.: division I - 5.
    2003.: division I - 6.

    2004.: division II - silver
    2005.: division II - gold
    2006.: division I - 6.
    2007.: division II - gold
    2008.: division I - 5.
    2009.: division I - 5.
    2010.: division I - 6.

    2011.: division II - silver
    2012.: division IIA - bronze
    2013.: division IIA - gold
    2014.: division IB - silver

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    Vukoja out - hand injury, Kegalj (D) in. That means either Ljubic or Sertich will play forward.

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    Anybody knows video stream is coming ?

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    I'm heading to Eindhoven tomorrow morning and if transportation doesn't let me down, I will be on the arena couple of hours before the puck drops on GB-Croatia. I'm super excited about this year's tournament. Very tough to tell who's gonna win. Korea is very likely to do it but Croatia and GB won't give anything for free. Two years ago GB lost the relegation-decicive game to Korea 1-4 and GB had 6 or 7 shots on the post so they were very unlucky in that game but they struggeled with scoring throughout the tournament, as they did last year.

    Any other coming to Eindhoven? It would be nice to chat about Dutch ice hockey down there

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    Estonia Estonia final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Villem-Henrik Koitmaa (HC Viking)
    Roman Šumihhin (HC Viking)

    Defenders
    Maksim Anohhin (Narva PSK)
    Ilja Urušev (Tartu Kalev-Valk)
    Michael Mahkwa Auksi (HC Panter)
    Silver Kerna (Jukurit Mikkeli)
    Anton Levkovitš (HC Viking)
    Filipp Švarőgin (HC Viking)
    Lauri Lahesalu (Angers)

    Forwards
    Mihkel Vőrang (HC Panter)
    Artur Fedoruk (HC Viking)
    Robert Rooba (Espoo Blues)
    Vassili Titarenko (Tartu Kalev-Valk)
    Aleksei Sibirtsev (Varberg Hockey)
    Jaanus Sorokin (HC Panter)
    Roman Andrejev (Varberg Hockey)
    Kaspar Karik (HC Panter)
    Aleksandr Kuznetsov (HC Viking)
    Kevin Parras (TuTo Turku)
    Riho Emrich (Bewe TuusKi)
    Andrei Makrov (Gornyak Rudny)
    Anton Jastrebov (Tartu Kalev-Valk)

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    Great Britain Great Britain final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Ben Bowns (Cardiff Devils)
    Steven Lyle (Swindon Wildcats)

    Defenders
    Mark Thomas (Sheffield Steelers)
    David Phillips (Belfast Giants)
    Jonathan Weaver (Telford Tigers)
    Mark Richardson (Cardiff Devils)
    Paul Swindlehurst (Dundee Stars)
    Russell Cowley (Coventry Blaze)
    Ben O'Connor (Sheffield Steelers)

    Forwards
    Matthew Haywood (Braehead Clan)
    Robert Lachowicz (Nottingham Panthers)
    Matthew Myers (Cardiff Devils)
    Craig Peacock (Belfast Giants)
    Robert Farmer (Nottingham Panthers)
    Mark Garside (Belfast Giants)
    Robert Dowd (Sheffield Steelers)
    Chris Blight (Dundee Stars)
    Jonathan Boxill (Nottingham Panthers)
    Colin Sheilds (Belfast Giants)
    Jonathan Phillips (Sheffield Steelers)
    Joshua Batch (Cardiff Devils)
    Jack Prince (Alabama-Huntsville)

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    Korea Korea final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Sungje Park (High1 IHT)
    Kye Hoon Park

    Defenders
    Siyoung Choi (Anyang Halla)
    Wonjun Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Don Ku Lee
    Hyonho Oh (Daemyung Sangmu)
    Yoonhwan Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Hyeok Kim (Daemyung Sangmu)
    Hyunssoo Kim (Anyang Halla)

    Forwards
    Minho Cho (Daemyung Sangmu)
    Wooje Sung (Cranes Kushiro)
    Michael Owen Swift (High1 IHT)
    Young Jun Lee (Anyang Halla)
    Sanghoon Shin (Anyang Halla)
    Kisung Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Yoonhwan Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Yong Jun Lee (Anyang Halla)
    Sangwook Kim (Anyang Halla)
    Brock Radunske (Anyang Halla)
    Woosang Park (Anyang Halla)
    Jin Hui Ahn (Anyang Halla)
    Hyung Yun Shin (Daemyung Sangmu)
    Michael William Testwuide (Anyang Halla)

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    Lithuania Lithuania final roster

    Goalkeepers
    Mantas Armalis (Djurgarden IF)
    Simas Baltrūnas (HASC Jūrmala)

    Defenders
    Jaunius Jasinevičius (Grums IK)
    Mindaugas Kieras (Energija Elektrėnai)
    Nerijus Ališauskas (HK Almaty)
    Justinas Vėželis (Energija Elektrėnai)
    Karolis Kubilius (Energija Elektrėnai)
    Rolandas Aliukonis (Energija Elektrėnai)

    Forwards
    Arturas Visockas (Energija Elektrėnai)
    Danielius Nomanovas (Žalgiris Vilnius)
    Egidijus Bauba (Bergen IHK)
    Aivaras Bendžius (Energija Elektrėnai)
    Darius Pliskauskas (Peterborough Phantoms)
    Ugnius Čižas (Žalgiris Vilnius)
    Edgar Rybakov (HK Lida)
    Arnoldas Bosas (Gornyak Rudny)
    Paulius Gintautas (IK Comet Halden)
    Daniel Bogdziul (HK Rīga)
    Andrejus Židkovas (Energija Elektrėnai)
    Donatas Kumeliauskas (Peterborough Phantoms)
    Mauras Baltrukonis (HK MVD Tver)
    Dovydas Kulevičius (Energija Elektrėnai)

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    Netherlands Netherlands final roster

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    Ian Meierdres (Tilburg Trappers)
    Martijn Oosterwijk (Heerenveen Flyers)

    Defenders
    Giovanni Vogelaar (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Nick de Jong (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Jordy van Oorschot (Tilburg Trappers)
    Dax van de Velden (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Erik Tummers (Geleen Smoke Eaters)
    Jeffrey van Iersel (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Boet van Gestel (Eindhoven Kemphanen)

    Forwards
    Ivy van den Heuvel (Tilburg Trappers)
    Kevin Bruijsten (Amiens)
    Mitch Bruijsten (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Steve Mason (Tilburg Trappers)
    Ronald Wurm (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Peter van Biezen (Tilburg Trappers)
    Levi Houkes (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Julian van Lijden (Eindhoven Kemphanen)
    Tony Demelinne (Heerenveen Flyers)
    Maarten Brekelmans (Tilburg Trappers)
    Diederick Hagemeijer (Tilburg Trappers)

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    Day 1; Game 1

    Great Britain - Croatia 3:2/OT (0:1, 0:0, 2:1, 1:0)
    0:1 - 16.57 Michael Glumac SH1
    0:2 - 46.52 Nathan Perkovich (Sertich) PP1
    1:2 - 52.57 Ben O'Connor (Myers) PP1
    2:2 - 59.55 Mark Richardson (Dowd)
    3:2 - 60.11 Mark Richardson(2) (O'Connor)
    PIM: 5x2 - 7x2+1x10 SOG: 36-30 Att: 750
    Goalkeepers: Ben Bowns 28/30 - Mark Dekanich 33/36
    Ref: Shane Warschaw (USA) Linesmen: Marek Hlavaty (CZE), Sotaro Yamaguchi (JPN)
    GBR: Bowns Ben; Richardson Mark +A, Cowley Russell, Haywood Matthew, Phillips Jonathan +C, Batch Joshua, Phillips David, Weaver Jonathan, Lachowicz Robert, Myers Matthew, Dowd Robert +A, Thomas Mark, O'Connor Ben, Blight Chris, Boxill Jonathan, Prince Jack, Swindlehurst Paul, Peacock Craig, Farmer Robert, Garside Mark, Shields Colin
    CRO: Dekanich Mark; Waugh Geoff, Letang Alan, Kostovic Dario +C, Glumac Michael, Murray Andrew, Sertich Andy, Matinovic Sasa, Kinasewich Ryan, Kanaet Dominik, Perkovich Nathan, Jacmenjak Igor +A, MacAulay Kenny, Blagus Mislav, Jankovic Ivan +C, Milicic Matija, Silovic Borna, Ljubic Marko, Kegalj Bruno, Brencun Ivan, Miric Tadija

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    What an absolutely STUNNING comeback for the UK! Tying it with 5 seconds left and then winning it only 11 seconds into OT......2 goals in 16 crucial seconds of playing time. Dramatic, to say the least. Congrats to the Brits!

    I'm stunned. I really figured Croatia or Korea for gold. Still possible. Will be very interesting to see what happens the rest of the way.

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    That really was a wild end to the game. Britain took some important points away from the Croatians, and that may even have just kept them from promoting. Not a good start for Croatia.

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    any korea vs estonia link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xunearthhxcx View Post
    any korea vs estonia link?
    Yes, is there any?

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    I think, that there is no LIVE link....

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    As far as I know there are no live streams. Dutch paychannel Foxsports will show the Netherlands games live.
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