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    2016 IIHF World Div.IA Championship - Katowice, Poland; 23rd-29th.Apr

    Austria (Relagated from Top Division)
    Italy
    Japan
    Korea (Promoted from Div.IB)
    Poland
    Slovenia (Relagated from Top Division)

    Tournament schedule
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    23/4 Japan Slovenia 13:00 Spodek
    23/4 Italy Poland 16:30Spodek
    23/4 Korea Austria20:00Spodek
    24/4 Slovenia Italy 13:00Spodek
    24/4 Poland Korea 16:30Spodek
    24/4 AustriaJapan20:00 Spodek
    26/4 Korea Japan 13:00Spodek
    26/4 AustriaItaly16:30Spodek
    26/4 Slovenia Poland 20:00Spodek
    27/4 Japan Italy 13:00Spodek
    27/4 Slovenia Korea 16:30Spodek
    27/4 Poland Austria 20:00Spodek
    29/4 Italy Korea 13:00Spodek
    29/4 Austria Slovenia 16:30Spodek
    29/4 Poland Japan 20:00Spodek

    http://wmia2016.iihf.com/
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    Note on promotion to the Top Division

    As always:

    The teams play a single round-robin series. Each teams plays each opponent once. The first two winning teams of the event will be promoted to the Top Division. The last-ranked team will be relegated to Division I Group B.
    However:

    If the co-hosts for the 2017 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship (Germany and France) end up in positions 7 and 8 in Group A during the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship, only the winner of the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I Group A will be promoted and only one team will be relegated from the top division.
    http://wmia2016.iihf.com/en/informat...rnament-format

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post

    And what if France and Germany end up in 6th and 7th place. Then 8th and 5th team will be relegated ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    And what if France and Germany end up in 6th and 7th place. Then 8th and 5th team will be relegated ?
    Under that scenario it would, as in other years, be the two teams finishing 8th (overall ranking 15-16) in their respective groups (A & B).

    The overall bottom ranked two of the 16 teams of the final ranking (see below) will be relegated to the 2017 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I Group A.
    and

    If the co-hosts for the 2017 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship (Germany and France) end up in positions 7 and 8 in Group B during the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship, only one team will be relegated – the 8th-ranked team of Group A – and only the winner of the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I Group A will be promoted.
    http://www.iihfworlds2016.com/en/inf...rnament-format

    cause:

    The final ranking will follow the following procedure:
    1. Higher position in the group,
    2. Higher number of points,
    3. Better goal difference,
    4. Higher number of goals scored for,
    5. Better seeding number
    So only one country from group B (Germany and France's group) will (as always) face relegation.

    Still if say Germany or France end up in 8th place in group B, the team finishing 7th in group A could potentially go down to Div. 1A alongside the 8th-ranked team.
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    Team Italy - Training Camp Roster

    FISG has released the first roster for the traning camp in Sterzing/Vipiteno (2nd-9th of April). A pretty young group without the Serie A finalists Ritten and Pustertal. Diego Kostner (NLA) and Nick Plastino (Liiga) are also still in the playoffs.

    Goalies
    Thomas Tragust (SHC Fassa)
    Andreas Bernard (Assat Pori- Liiga)
    Gianluca Vallini (HC Gherdeina)
    Frederic Cloutier (Kookoo Kouvola - Liiga)

    Defenece
    Alexander Egger (HC Bolzano 2000 - Ebel)
    Alex Trivellato (Serc Schwenninger Wild Wings – DEL)
    Thomas Larkin (Medvescak Zagreb – KHL)
    Daniel Sullivan (Asiago Hockey 1935)
    Stefano Marchetti (Asiago Hockey 1935)
    Enrico Miglioranzi (Asiago Hockey 1935)
    Michel Angelo Zanatta (HC Red Ice Martigny-Verbier - NLB)
    Luca Zanatta (HC Red Ice Martigny-Verbier - NLB)

    Forwards
    Anton Bernard (HC Bolzano 2000 - Ebel)
    Marco Insam (HC Bolzano 2000 - Ebel)
    Daniel Frank (HC Bolzano 2000 - Ebel)
    Markus Gander (HC Bolzano 2000 – Ebel)
    Luca Frigo (Kallinge/Ronneby IF - Division I)
    Hannes Stofner (SSI Vipiteno)
    Jari Monferone (SHC FAssa)
    Martin Castlunger (SHC Fassa)
    Michele Marchetti (SHC Fassa)
    Riccardo Lacedelli (Sg Cortina)
    Josè Antonio Marco Magnabosco (Asiago Hockey 1935)
    Joachim Ramoser (EHC Red Bull Munchen- DEL)

    Reserve list:
    Defence: Tobias Brighenti Moretti (Sg Cortina/SC Ora); Luca Franza (SV Caldaro/HC Bolzano 2000)
    Forwardsa: Mirco Presti (Asiago Hockey 1935), Ivan De Luca (SSI Vipiteno), Simon Pitschieler (SSI Vipiteno), Matthias Mantinger (SSI Vipiteno).


    Biggest news goalkeeper Frederic Cloutier, who at the age of 34 got his first call into Italy's national team. Also a bit surprised that Hannes Oberdörfer (Bolzano/EBEL) was not called.
    Ruben Rampazzo (Davos/NLA), Brian Ihnacek (Hradec Kralove/Extraliga) and Giovanni Morino (Lugano/NLA) are out with an injury.
    Stefan Mair (head coach) and Clayton Boddoes (assistant coach) will get some help during the camp from "guest coach" Anders Olsson (coach of Davos U20).

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    I guess Salzburg forward Peter Hochkofler might be someone to watch too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RexKramer View Post
    I guess Salzburg forward Peter Hochkofler might be someone to watch too.
    Peter Hochkofler would be a great addition, but he is not eligible to play for Italy. He obtained the Austrian citizenship thanks to a law which gives top-athletes the opportunity to compete for Austria (so that he would not count as a foreigner for Salzburg).
    So he's an Italian-Austrian dual-citizen, but not allowed to compete for any other nation other than Austria if he does not want to lose the Austrian citizenship.
    More on this law here: http://www.sportministerium.at/de/th...schafts--wesen

    So basically if he stays in Austria for the next 4 seasons, he will be eligible to play for Austria under the IIHF rules (because he has already represented Italy in U18 and U20).

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    Slovenia Slovenia - Camp Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Robert Kristan - KHL Chomutov (CZE-Extraliga)
    Gasper Kroselj - Medvescak Zagreb (KHL)
    Andrej Hocevar – Epinal (Ligue Magnus)

    Defencemen:
    Blaž Gregorc - HC Pardubice (CZE-Extraliga)
    Luka Vidmar - Stjernen (GET)
    Jurij Repe - HC Kladno (CZE-1)
    Ales Kranjc - Graz 99ers (EBEL)
    Klemen Pretnar - Vienna Capitals (EBEL)
    Sabahudin Kovacevic - Graz 99ers (EBEL)
    Jakob Milovanovic - Grenoble (Ligue Magnus)
    Mark Cepon - EC Salzburg Jrs. (AUT)

    Forwards:
    Ziga Jeglic - HC Slovan Bratislava (KHL)
    Rok Ticar - HC Slovan Bratislava (KHL)
    Jan Urbas - VIK Vasteras (Allsvenskan)
    Andrej Hebar - Grenoble (Ligue Magnus)
    Anze Kuralt - Epinal (Ligue Magnus)
    Ken Ograjensek - Epinal (Ligue Magnus)
    Ziga Pance - Villacher SV (EBEL)
    Miha Verlič - Villacher SV (EBEL)
    Nik Simsic – Södertälje Jrs. (SWE)
    Zan Jezovsek - HK Celje (AUT)
    Jan Drozg – Leksands Jrs. (SWE)
    Rok Leber - Mörrums GoIS (SWE-1)

    http://hokej.si/risi-uradno-zaceli-s...vno-prvenstvo/

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    Austria Preliminary Team AUT

    Goalkeepers:
    KICKERT David GK 187,0 77,0 1994 L EV UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT) 9 0 0 0*
    MADLENER David GK 189,0 88,0 1992 L Dornbirner EC (AUT) 14 0 0 0
    STARKBAUM Bernhard GK 186,0 89,0 1986 L Brynäs IF (SWE) 76 0 0 4
    SWETTE Rene GK 183,0 85,0 1988 L EC-KAC (AUT) 47 0 0 0

    Defensemen:
    ALTMANN Mario D 194,0 98,0 1986 L EHC LIWEST Linz (AUT) 92 5 8 48
    BACHER Stefan D 186,0 90,0 1989 L EC VSV (AUT) 27 0 4 18
    BRUNNER Nico D 179,0 78,0 1992 L EC VSV (AUT) 3 0 0 0
    FECHTIG Bernhard D 174,0 78,0 1993 L EHC LIWEST Linz (AUT) 3 0 0 0
    LEMBACHER Robert D 177,0 82,0 1989 L Dornbirner EC (AUT) 28 1 1 6
    PETER Patrick D 183,0 90,0 1994 R EV UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT) 20 0 2 30
    SCHLACHER Markus D 185,0 87,0 1987 R EC VSV (AUT) 27 2 5 31
    SCHUMNIG Martin D 181,0 78,0 1989 R EC-KAC (AUT) 68 2 8 32

    Forwards:
    FISCHER Mario F 188,0 88,0 1989 L EV UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT) 33 2 2 22
    GANAHL Manuel F 182,0 78,0 1990 L EC KAC (AUT) 28 6 5 8
    GEIER Manuel F 178,0 78,0 1988 L EC-KAC (AUT) 42 4 11 20
    GEIER Stefan F 180,0 78,0 1988 L EC-KAC (AUT) 30 2 3 14
    HARTL Nikolaus F 180,0 77,0 1991 R EV UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT) 5 1 1 6
    HAUDUM Lukas F 183,0 83,0 1997 L Södertälje SK (SWE) 0 0 0 0
    HOFER Fabio F 170,0 75,0 1991 R EHC LIWEST Linz (AUT) 7 1 1 0
    KROMP Christof F 181,0 76,0 1997 L EC VSV (AUT) 0 0 0 0
    LEBLER Brian F 191,0 96,0 1988 L ERC Ingolstadt (GER) 32 19 10 12
    NÖDL Andreas F 187,0 88,0 1987 L EV UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT) 11 0 2 38
    OBERKOFLER Daniel F 183,0 77,0 1988 L EHC LIWEST Linz (AUT) 76 6 18 14
    PETRIK Benjamin F 186,0 83,0 27.10.1988 R EC VSV (AUT) 29 4 5 12
    PETRIK Nikolas F 178,0 85,0 19.03.1984 L Dornbirner EC (AUT) 39 5 6 16
    SCHIECHL Michael F 181,0 87,0 29.01.1989 L EV UPC Vienna Capitals (AUT) 35 7 4 10
    WOGER Daniel F 185,0 82,0 25.02.1988 R Moser Medical Graz99ers (AUT) 25 1 2 8
    WUKOVITS Ali F 184,0 78,0 09.05.1996 L Färjestads BK (SWE) 2 0 0 0

    Players (not) to join in:
    From Red Bull Salzburg I expect about 4-5 players (Heinrich, Viveiros/Pallestrang on D; Komarek, Kristler, Rauchenwald) to be added once the EBEL finals are over. Winger Raphael Herburger (Biel/NLA) will join the team as well.
    None of the 3 Austrian NHLers are to be expected, Raffl (PHI) and Vanek (MIN) are in the Play-offs, Grabner (missed POs with Toronto) has already declined. Thomas Raffl (Manitoba/AHL) is injured. Concerning defense, much needed reinforcement could come in the person Stefan Ulmer (HC Lugano) who is in the NLA finals but hasn't played for the NT since 2014 though and always has an issue when called. André Lakos (HC Znojmo) is playing very well right now and would certainly be an upgrade to the defense corps as well but has like so many other older players (Trattnig, Pöck, R. Lukas, Welser, Setzinger, Unterluggauer) retired after Sochi. From the last years' mainstays some guys have also not been included despite being available (e.g. Hundertpfund, Koch).
    So except for the Salzburg players there won't be much to add. This could easily be the year Austria won't make it to the elite right away again unfortunately even when the first two go up and that's not to speak of the scenario when only one team promotes (no way to beat Slovenia with this roster).

    Preparation games (streamed live on laola1.tv):
    15.04.2016, 18:00 @Budapest: HUN – AUT
    16.04.2016, 18:00 @Vienna: AUT – HUN
    18.04.2016, 20:20 @Vienna: AUT – ITA

    *Senior NT games, goals, assists & PIM
    Last edited by RexKramer; 08-04-2016 at 18:15.

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    Great Britain 3:4 Poland (OT)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post
    Goaltenders:
    Robert Kristan - KHL Chomutov (CZE-Extraliga)
    Gasper Kroselj - Medvescak Zagreb (KHL)
    Andrej Hocevar – Epinal (Ligue Magnus)

    Defencemen:
    Blaž Gregorc - HC Pardubice (CZE-Extraliga)
    Luka Vidmar - Stjernen (GET)
    Jurij Repe - HC Kladno (CZE-1)
    Ales Kranjc - Graz 99ers (EBEL)
    Klemen Pretnar - Vienna Capitals (EBEL)
    Sabahudin Kovacevic - Graz 99ers (EBEL)
    Jakob Milovanovic - Grenoble (Ligue Magnus)
    Mark Cepon - EC Salzburg Jrs. (AUT)

    Forwards:
    Ziga Jeglic - HC Slovan Bratislava (KHL)
    Rok Ticar - HC Slovan Bratislava (KHL)
    Jan Urbas - VIK Vasteras (Allsvenskan)
    Andrej Hebar - Grenoble (Ligue Magnus)
    Anze Kuralt - Epinal (Ligue Magnus)
    Ken Ograjensek - Epinal (Ligue Magnus)
    Ziga Pance - Villacher SV (EBEL)
    Miha Verlič - Villacher SV (EBEL)
    Nik Simsic – Södertälje Jrs. (SWE)
    Zan Jezovsek - HK Celje (AUT)
    Jan Drozg – Leksands Jrs. (SWE)
    Rok Leber - Mörrums GoIS (SWE-1)

    http://hokej.si/risi-uradno-zaceli-s...vno-prvenstvo/
    Just looking at the roster, Slovenia looks to be fairly strong this year. Do you think they'll have a realistic chance and being promoted?
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    Japan Japan - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Yutaka Fukufuji - Nikko Icebucks (ALIH)
    Takuto Onoda - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Shun Hitomi – Kansai University

    Defencemen:
    Shun Sakata - Nippon Paper Cranes (ALIH)
    Shinya Yanadori - Nippon Paper Cranes (ALIH)
    Ryo Hashiba - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Takafumi Yamashita - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Kotaro Yamada - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Yosuke Haga - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Kazumasa Sasaki - Oji Eagles (ALIH)

    Forwards:
    Hiroki Ueno - Nippon Paper Cranes (ALIH)
    Masahito Nishiwaki - Nippon Paper Cranes (ALIH)
    Kenta Takagi - Nippon Paper Cranes (ALIH)
    Go Tanaka - Tohoku Free Blades (ALIH)
    Takuro Yamashita - Tohoku Free Blades (ALIH)
    Takuma Kawai - Tohoku Free Blades (ALIH)
    Daisuke Obara - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Seiji Takahashi - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Yuto Osawa - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Kohei Mitamura - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Hiromichi Terao - Oji Eagles (ALIH)
    Shuhei Kuji - Eisbären Berlin (DEL)
    Yushiroh Hirano - Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)

    http://www.jihf.or.jp/whatsnew/detail.php?id=1765

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conesy View Post
    Just looking at the roster, Slovenia looks to be fairly strong this year. Do you think they'll have a realistic chance and being promoted?
    They have won the two latest DIV.IA Championships they participated in (2012 & 2014) with a combined record of 9-1, so difficult not to see them as a front runner for promotion.

    Most of last year’s roster also looks to be returning (Jan Mursak appears to be out, but there’s still the possibility of adding Robert Sabolic), so should be quite a capable team, especially at this level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post
    They have won the two latest DIV.IA Championships they participated in (2012 & 2014) with a combined record of 9-1, so difficult not to see them as a front runner for promotion.

    Most of last year’s roster also looks to be returning (Jan Mursak appears to be out, but there’s still the possibility of adding Robert Sabolic), so should be quite a capable team, especially at this level.
    For me Slovenia is the big favourite for this tourney just as their record shows. The Slovenian team works well and with few exceptions their best guys are usually always available. Slovenia doesn't have a big player pool but their top outfit is very good - even without Anze Kopitar.

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    Some Poland pre-tourney notes:
    POL-GBR 4:3 (OT), POL-GBR 2:3 (OT), LIT-POL 2:8
    Poland squad is very similar to the Olympic qualifying tournament squad from February. In the game vs. LIT on 4/14 Sudbury Wolves (OHL) leading scorer Alan Lyszczarczyk made his senior team debut and is battling for a spot on the final roster for the WC. At only 18 he looked pretty solid and I think his chances of making the WC team are pretty good. Poland has one more exhibition game on 4/16 vs. S. Korea and the final squad will be picked after that.
    In the "warm up" games I have to say this team isn't impressing me as much, but these are just exhibition games and Poland does have a way of turning it up before games that actually matter. I would say our forwards are the strongest link, whereas the defense is the weakest link and could be a problem against some of the better teams. Realistically I would say 3rd place in this WC would be considered a success considering the competition this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RexKramer View Post
    For me Slovenia is the big favourite for this tourney just as their record shows. The Slovenian team works well and with few exceptions their best guys are usually always available. Slovenia doesn't have a big player pool but their top outfit is very good - even without Anze Kopitar.
    They are a tough team to play against and considering, that what basically saved Denmark last year from being relegated was the one point we earned against Slovakia (no guarantee we would have beaten Slovenia if the game in fact had been a most win), there should be plenty of motivation for them to make a quick return to the Top Division.

    Quote Originally Posted by LegiaNR1 View Post
    Some Poland pre-tourney notes:
    POL-GBR 4:3 (OT), POL-GBR 2:3 (OT)
    Highlights:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3Ap1DYQaLs &
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHLwI7yhTdA

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    Austria played the first preparation game yesterday and got shut-out by Hungary. Dieter Kalt as interim head-coach (Daniel Ratushny hasn't joined the AUT camp yet) rested 8 guys of the available roster letting a very "developmental" squad take on the Hungarians (who had plenty of youngsters on the team as well as I got). The result wasn't very promising to say the least. Hungary jumped to a lead very early outmuscling the Austrians with good physical play. Later on the Austrians consolidated themselves and kept the game more open but quality chances and well organized plays were rare. Good senior mens debut by 18yr old forward Lukas Haudum (Södertälje; Haudum made the ranking list for the NHL entry draft) however.
    Further players to join the camp on Sunday are D Stefan Ulmer (NLA vice-champion with Lugano) and fellow defenders Dominique Heinrich, Alexander Pallestrang, Layne Viveiros plus forwards Konstantin Komarek and Andreas Kristler (all Red Bull Salzburg). In a few minutes the second game against Hungary this time played in Vienna will start and on Monday the final preparation game (vs. Italy) will take place. All games available online via laola1.tv (see link below).

    15.04.2016, @Budapest: HUN – AUT 4:0 (3:0,1:0,0:0)
    1:0.: Vas (2.)
    2:0 Sofron (4.)
    3:0 Terbocs (13.)
    4:0 Gallo (37.)
    PIM: 12 - 6

    http://www.laola1.tv/de-at/livestrea...ich-ungarn-lde

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post
    Goaltenders:
    Robert Kristan - KHL Chomutov (CZE-Extraliga)
    Gasper Kroselj - Medvescak Zagreb (KHL)
    Andrej Hocevar – Epinal (Ligue Magnus)

    Defencemen:
    Blaž Gregorc - HC Pardubice (CZE-Extraliga)
    Luka Vidmar - Stjernen (GET)
    Jurij Repe - HC Kladno (CZE-1)
    Ales Kranjc - Graz 99ers (EBEL)
    Klemen Pretnar - Vienna Capitals (EBEL)
    Sabahudin Kovacevic - Graz 99ers (EBEL)
    Jakob Milovanovic - Grenoble (Ligue Magnus)
    Mark Cepon - EC Salzburg Jrs. (AUT)

    Forwards:
    Ziga Jeglic - HC Slovan Bratislava (KHL)
    Rok Ticar - HC Slovan Bratislava (KHL)
    Jan Urbas - VIK Vasteras (Allsvenskan)
    Andrej Hebar - Grenoble (Ligue Magnus)
    Anze Kuralt - Epinal (Ligue Magnus)
    Ken Ograjensek - Epinal (Ligue Magnus)
    Ziga Pance - Villacher SV (EBEL)
    Miha Verlič - Villacher SV (EBEL)
    Nik Simsic – Södertälje Jrs. (SWE)
    Zan Jezovsek - HK Celje (AUT)
    Jan Drozg – Leksands Jrs. (SWE)
    Rok Leber - Mörrums GoIS (SWE-1)

    http://hokej.si/risi-uradno-zaceli-s...vno-prvenstvo/
    Blaz Gregorc and Ziga Jeglic my ex-Södertäljeans! And Nik Simsic my current!

    But no Robert Sabolic?

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    Second game of team AUT vs. Hungary, again the Hungarians win. Austria had a quite different (and nominally improved) roster than yesterday also on the Hungarian squad there were a number of changes. AUT dominated the first period more or less completely (SOG 16:2) but failed to score. In the second period Hungary got better and the game more even but neither team managed to score. Early in the thid period AUT allowed themselves a series of back to back penalties that gave the guests plenty of pwoerplay opportunites including 2 longer 5 on 3 situations which the Hungarians couldnt use however. Little later 19yr old Lukas Haudum (a Södertäljean) scored his first senior mens NT goal after a nice rush down the right wing. Shortly afterwards a shot from close to the boards with goalie Kickert screened went in and gave Hungary the equalizer. To make matters worse for the hosts a squandered puck in getting out of the zone ended up with forward Vilmos Gallo alone in front of the net and scoring for the 2:1.
    The game was on a very modest level and the perfoemance of both teams pretty disappointing - plenty of puck handling mistakes etc. Austria was especially plagued by a very weak scoring efficiency (esp. in the first there was a number of high quality chances) and hilarious often unforced errors in relasing attacks. Way to go...
    Tomorrow the final cut will be made according to Ratushny and the game on Monday against Italy shall be played with the final roster that will compete in Poland. Bad news is that apparently defenseman Dominique Heinrich is out with shoulder problems.

    16.04.2016, Vienna: AUT – HUN 1:3 (0:0,0:0,1:3)
    1:0 Haudum (42.)
    1:1 Orban (47.)
    1:2 Gallo (58.)
    1:3 Nagy (60./EN)
    PIM: 12-12

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    Slovenia Pre-tournament Game

    Slovenia - Japan 4-0 (0-0,2-0,2-0)
    SOG: 52-10 PIM: 10-16 Att: 450

    http://www.hokej.si/live/?_match=61

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloklo View Post
    Blaz Gregorc and Ziga Jeglic my ex-Södertäljeans! And Nik Simsic my current!

    But no Robert Sabolic?
    He's playing for Sparta Praha in the Czech playoffs.

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    Italy Team Italy - Roster

    Head coach Stefan Mair has decided the almost final roster of Team Italy, which will play in Vienna tomorrow.
    After the game the team will travel to Ostrava (Czech Republic) for another training camp.
    Defnceman Nick Plastino is not on the roster, since he is playing in the Liiga finals.

    Goalkeepers:
    Andreas Bernard (Assat Pori- Liiga)
    Frederic Cloutier (Kookoo Kouvola - Liiga)
    Gianluca Vallini (HC Gherdeina)

    Defence:
    Alexander Egger (HC Bozen - EBEL)
    Sean McMonagle (HC Bozen – EBEL)
    Alex Trivellato (Serc Schwenninger Wild Wings – DEL)
    Thomas Larkin (Medvescak Zagreb – KHL - Kroatien)
    Stefano Marchetti (Asiago Hockey 1935)
    Michel Angelo Zanatta (HC Red Ice Martigny-Verbier - NLB - Schweiz)
    Armin Hofer (HC Pustertal)
    Armin Helfer (HC Pustertal)

    Forwards:
    Anton Bernard (HC Bozen - EBEL)
    Marco Insam (HC Bozen - EBEL)
    Daniel Frank (HC Bozen - EBEL)
    Markus Gander (HC Bozen – EBEL)
    Luca Frigo (Kallinge/Ronneby IF - Division I)
    Josè Antonio Marco Magnabosco (Asiago Hockey 1935)
    Joachim Ramoser (EHC Red Bull München- DEL)
    Tommaso Traversa (Alaska Aces – ECHL)
    Diego Kostner (HC Lugano – NLA)
    Giulio Scandella (HC Pustertal)
    Raphael Andergassen (HC Pustertal)
    Daniel Tudin (Rittner Buam)
    Simon Kostner (Rittner Buam)

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    Austria Team AUT roster update

    Yesterday head coach Daniel Ratushny has cut David Madlener (GK), Mario Altmann, Berhnard Fechtig, Patrick Peter (all D), Daniel Woger, Andreas Nödl and Nikolaus Hartl (F) from the roster. I'm a little bit surprised that Altmann as one of the more experienced (and bigger) defensemen is cut, same goes for Andreas Nödl (not that we have so many other forwards with NHL experience).
    Concerning the new players on the roster there's little surprise, Stefan Ulmer (D, Lugano) and Red Bull Salzburg players Alexander Pallestrang, Layne Viveiros, Dominique Heinrich (D), forwards Konstantin Komarek and Andreas Kristler have joined in.

    With these changes the current roster has 3 goalies, 9 defensemen and 14 forwards so that 1 goalie and 5 skaters still need to be cut. My guess for the final 20+2 is that goalie David Kickert, defensemen Brunner and Lembacher and forward Ali Wukovits won't be in.

    If some of the available veterans (still playing & not injured) like Matthias Trattnig, Thomas Pöck, Robert Lukas, Thomas Koch (despite a not really good season), Oliver Setzinger etc. who have unfortunately all retired from the NT were still part of it, I'd be more confident that AUT would re-promote right away. As it is, its going to be everything else than granted. Let's see what the game against Italy brings tonight - hopefully a much better performance than in the previous two games. Game is streamed live on laola1.tv

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    PRE-TOURNEY EXHIBITION GAME (Last one before final squad is decided):

    4/16/16
    KOR - POL 0:3
    1:0 Łyszczarczyk – Zapała (4.),
    2:0 Malasiński - Zapała, Dronia (7.),
    3:0 Urbanowicz – Bepierszcz, Wajda (53.)
    Shots: 22 - 30
    PIM 4 - 10

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    In Italy's only and Austria's last preparation games the vultures struck three times to give the hosts the only win in the preparation campaign. The vultures are twins Stefan and Manuel Geier (Geier = vulture). Manuel Geier had a very decent season being the top scoring Austrian player (27G, 32A in 61 games) which is kind of surprising because so far in his career, just like brother Manuel, he wasn't exactly known for his scoring touch but rather for being a checking line player with good energy and wheels. But we'll take it of course, true scorers (except for Brian Lebler who had a very mediocre season with Ingolstadt in DEL) are basically not to be found on Team AUT.
    Austria started well into the game controlling the first and much of the second period in which the Italians were mostly limited to not all too dangerous attacks. Having trouble with the faster and more agile (but also on averages smaller) Austrians the Azzurri took some penalties and in the first PP Stefan Geier deflected a shot from Stefan Ulmer for the 1:0. 10' later again Stefan Geier converted a nice pass into the slot with a quick wrister to beat Andreas Bernard from close range. Pretty much the same picture also in the second period, immediately after Italy got a way with a clear tripping on Raphael Herburger behind their net, Marchetti lobbed the puck out of the zone under pressure, Luca Frigo picked it up at full speed rushing down the right wing and firing a wristshot which fit exactly inside the far goalpost for the 2:1. Nice goal but supposedly not completely intentional. In total the refs missed 4 clear infractions on AUT players when they were rotating deep in the Italian zone but on a wrong call in favour of Austria when a puck to the face of Brian Lebler was taken for a high sticking Manuel Geier restored the 2 goal lead by putting in a rebound after a shot from Stefan Ulmer. Few seconds later Italian veteran defender Alexander Egger scored a superb backhand goal rushing in from the blue line and picking up a loose puck the Austrian defense had failed to control. In the third period the Italians were much stronger then before and at times pressured Team AUT hard having some high quality chances to tie the game but Bernhard Starkbaum in goal for Austria was too good to be beaten one more time.
    Overall a fairly deserved win for AUT playing with a squad that is more or less the one which we will see in Poland. But still scoring punch is an issue just as a strong tendency to produce turnovers when trying to release attacks under pressure. Long way to go...
    Lukas Haudum got a fair number of shifts and had good moments so I guess the 19yr old will make the final roster (if so he is the first player brought up in Linz to represent Austria on senior men's world championships). Other than I have written before Dominique Heinrich will not play in Poland due to a shoulder injury which will unfortunately leave Stefan Ulmer as lone defenseman with strong offensive skills.


    18.04.2016 @Vienna: AUT–ITA 3:2 (2:0,0:1,1:1)
    04:39 1:0 PP1 AUT Geier S. (19) Ulmer S. (20) Schiechl M. (13)
    14:31 2:0 EQ AUT Geier S. (19) Ulmer S. (20) Schiechl M. (13)
    27:37 2:1 EQ ITA Frigo L. (21) Marchetti S. (25)
    52:17 3:1 PP1 AUT Geier M. (21) Ulmer S. (20) Herburger R. (89)
    52:58 3:2 EQ ITA Egger A. (17) Scandella G. (10) Tudin D. (28) 10,12,17,8,26,29 17,10,28,
    PIM: 4-12
    Last edited by RexKramer; 20-04-2016 at 10:01.

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    From an Italia point of view it was overall a good game by Italy. In the first period you could clearly see that Italy travelled to Vienna just on game day, but in the second and third period Italy got better and better.
    One thing we clearly will not have to worry about is goaltending, as it certainly does not hurt to have two Liiga-goalies on the roster. Just as for the Austrians though goalscoring could be a problem, since Scandella is the only real goal scorer. Lots of good two-way-forwards and also on defence i think this team has a good mix between youth and experience.

    As far as the World Championships are concerned, the core of the team is still pretty young, but i expect them to not waste anymore points against teams like Japan. Earning promotion will be tough against Austria and Slovenia (and also Poland should not be underestimated), but everything can happen in one game.

    On a sidenote, Alex Egger is not the captain of the Team Italy, but it's Anton Bernard. Nevertheless, Egger's goal was a beauty ;)

    Here the game highlights: http://www.laola1.tv/en-int/video/20...-highlight-len

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    Eishockey.at (the portal of the AUT federation) reports that Michael Raffl could join the team for the tournament in Poland if the Philadelphia Flyers lose the game against Washington tonight and are eliminated from the Stanley Cup play-offs.

    That'd be good, very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RexKramer View Post
    Eishockey.at (the portal of the AUT federation) reports that Michael Raffl could join the team for the tournament in Poland if the Philadelphia Flyers lose the game against Washington tonight and are eliminated from the Stanley Cup play-offs.

    That'd be good, very good.
    Well, than I guess I speak for the all other 5 partipants if I say: Let's Go Flyers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilHell37 View Post
    Well, than I guess I speak for the all other 5 partipants if I say: Let's Go Flyers!
    Come on, do something useful...like posting on the current developments of Serie A/EBEL 2

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    Slovenia Pre-tournament Game

    Hungary - Slovenia 0-3 (0-0,0-1,0-2)
    SOG: 27-33 PIM: 2-4 Att: 1900

    http://www.regi.icehockey.hu/magyar/....php?mit=19929

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    Korea Korea - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Ho Sung Son - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Sung Je Park - High1 (ALIH)
    Matt Dalton - Anyang Halla (ALIH)

    Defencemen:
    Won-Jun Kim - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Hyon Ho Oh - High1 (ALIH)
    Yeong Jun Seo - Korea Univ.
    Yoon Hwan Kim - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Hyeok Kim - Sangmu (ALIH)
    Don Ku Lee - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Bryan Young - High1 (ALIH)
    Eric Regan - Anyang Halla (ALIH)

    Forwards:
    Young Jun Lee - Sangmu (ALIH)
    Sang-Hoon Shin - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Min Ho Cho - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Sang Woo Shin - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Michael Swift - High1 (ALIH)
    Ki Sung Kim - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Hyung Yun Shin - Sangmu (ALIH)
    Woo-Sang Park - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Won Jung Kim - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Sang Wook Kim - Sangmu (ALIH)
    Jin Hui Ahn - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Mike Testwuide - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Brock Radunske - Anyang Halla (ALIH)

    http://www.kiha.or.kr/%EA%B5%AD%EA%B...%90a%ED%8C%80/

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    Croatian ArenaSport will show one game per day from Katowice.

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    Italian national channel Rai decided not to show any game of the tournament, because the package to aquire the rights would have had to include the semifinal and final games of the Top Division.

    Can't wait to see what they will show instead on their two (!!!) sport channels instead of the five Team Italy games and the three Top Division games: I guess it will either be some football games of 1957 or maybe an interesing game of the 8th division of Sicilian 5-on-5 football.
    I'm sure both options will gain much more spectators than a final game of the hockey world championships...

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    After my rant about Rai here my very optimistic predictions for the tournament:
    1) Slovenia
    2) Italy
    3) Austria
    4) Poland
    5) South Korea
    6) Japan

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    Italy - Poland today and I dont understand why Poland is favourite here. Ofc home tournament but Italy is better team overall. Also Poland missing Wolski and I really like Italy's goalkeepers, both playing around 92% in Finnish Liiga. So I think Im gonna go with Italy here. Nice odds 2.55 for them

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    My prediction
    1. Slovenia
    2. Austria
    3. Italy
    4. Poland
    5. Japan.
    6. South Korea

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    Poland Poland - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Rafal Radziszewski - Cracovia Krakow
    Przemyslaw Odrobny - Morzine-Avoriaz Pingouins (Ligue Magnus)

    Defencemen:
    Maciej Kruczek - Cracovia Krakow
    Patryk Wajda - Cracovia Krakow
    Michal Kotlorz - GKS Tychy
    Bartlomiej Pociecha - GKS Tychy
    Pawel Dronia - Fischtown Pinguins (DEL II)
    Mateusz Bryk - GKS Tychy
    Bartlomiej Bychawski - Orlik Opole

    Forwards:
    Adam Baginski - GKS Tychy
    Aron Chmielewski - HC Trinec (CZE-Extraliga)
    Krzysztof Zapala - MMKS Podhale Nowy Targ
    Maciej Urbanowicz - Cracovia Krakow
    Patryk Wronka - MMKS Podhale Nowy Targ
    Tomasz Malasinski - Swindon Wildcats (EPIHL)
    Grzegorz Pasiut - Cracovia Krakow
    Krystian Dziubinski - Cracovia Krakow
    Mateusz Bepierszcz - GKS Tychy
    Radoslaw Galant - GKS Tychy
    Mikolaj Lopuski - GKS Tychy
    Marcin Kolusz - GKS Tychy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post
    Goaltenders:
    Rafal Radziszewski - Cracovia Krakow
    Przemyslaw Odrobny - Morzine-Avoriaz Pingouins (Ligue Magnus)

    Defencemen:
    Maciej Kruczek - Cracovia Krakow
    Patryk Wajda - Cracovia Krakow
    Michal Kotlorz - GKS Tychy
    Bartlomiej Pociecha - GKS Tychy
    Pawel Dronia - Fischtown Pinguins (DEL II)
    Mateusz Bryk - GKS Tychy
    Bartlomiej Bychawski - Orlik Opole

    Forwards:
    Adam Baginski - GKS Tychy
    Aron Chmielewski - HC Trinec (CZE-Extraliga)
    Krzysztof Zapala - MMKS Podhale Nowy Targ
    Maciej Urbanowicz - Cracovia Krakow
    Patryk Wronka - MMKS Podhale Nowy Targ
    Tomasz Malasinski - Swindon Wildcats (EPIHL)
    Grzegorz Pasiut - Cracovia Krakow
    Krystian Dziubinski - Cracovia Krakow
    Mateusz Bepierszcz - GKS Tychy
    Radoslaw Galant - GKS Tychy
    Mikolaj Lopuski - GKS Tychy
    Marcin Kolusz - GKS Tychy
    Where's Alan Lyszczarczyk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikke View Post
    Where's Alan Lyszczarczyk?
    Injured perhabs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikke View Post
    Where's Alan Lyszczarczyk?
    Good question. He played well in the two warm up games vs. Lithuania and S. Korea, even scored a goal. Personally I fear inner hockey politics are showing their ugly head again in Poland. Lyszczarczyk wasn't brought up through the SMS youth academy (most NT players were if not all) and this could have contributed because skill wise Lyszczarczyk could have easily made onto this team. Add a touch of pride since Lyszczarczyk didn't accept the call up for the U20 WC and there are your reasons. It's sad really, makes me not want to support this team knowing this kind of garbage is going on still.

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    Italy wins its first game 3-1 against host Poland. Good game by the Italians, who were the better team overall and deserved to win. Opening goal by 20-year old Joachim Ramoser (who is expected to join Schwenningen/DEL next season after Red Bull Munich did not give him lots of ice time this season). In the second period Poland used its first PP for the tying goal and had 5-6 strong minutes after that, but Luca Frigo scored on the counter attack (I'm sure the goalie would like to have that one back)
    In net Andreas Bernard ensured the win, when in the final period Poland became quite dangerous. Larkin scored the third goal with a wrister from its own zone.

    Overall as said a good perfomance by Italy, but the PP has to get better.

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    I should add that Larkin's goal was on the empty net ;)

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    Now that the Kings have been eliminated, do you think that Kopitar will turn out for Slovenia?
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    Austria-Korea 0-2 after two periods...................
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    I'm a little bit embarassed right now, Korea leads 2:0 after 40' against Austria. Two brutal defensive lapses got the Koreans two easy goals. Austria plays most of the time but fails to create bullet proof scoring chances and everything else is stopped by Dalton in the Koreans' net. After the second goal AUT was paralyzed and the Asians were buzzing all around...don't think that AUT can turn this around, they lack scoring punch big time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conesy View Post
    Now that the Kings have been eliminated, do you think that Kopitar will turn out for Slovenia?
    No, he has already said in an interview with a Slovenian newspaper that he won't join the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conesy View Post
    Now that the Kings have been eliminated, do you think that Kopitar will turn out for Slovenia?
    Nope, he will not come. In contract is written that he must wait 5 days before going anywhere from LA. But we don't even need him. There would be jet lag etc. We need Sabolič more, but he is playing in extraliga final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RexKramer View Post
    I'm a little bit embarassed right now, Korea leads 2:0 after 40' against Austria. Two brutal defensive lapses got the Koreans two easy goals. Austria plays most of the time but fails to create bullet proof scoring chances and everything else is stopped by Dalton in the Koreans' net. After the second goal AUT was paralyzed and the Asians were buzzing all around...don't think that AUT can turn this around, they lack scoring punch big time.
    If there's something this South Korean team can do is make the opponent work hard for their chances, they got great speed and now with the additions from north america more physical play and tactical play. They gave both Denmark (2-0) and Norway (1-0) huge problems in the Challenge Cup earlier this season.
    Lets see who takes it in the shootout :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHawks View Post
    If there's something this South Korean team can do is make the opponent work hard for their chances, they got great speed and now with the additions from north america more physical play and tactical play. They gave both Denmark (2-0) and Norway (1-0) huge problems in the Challenge Cup earlier this season.
    Lets see who takes it in the shootout :-)
    At least something ;-)
    Last year about this time Austria also won a worldchampionship game 3:2 after shoot-out. Against Switzerland. Now it's Korea. What a descent - Korea didn't make a lot of mistakes, played with lot of heart and good discipline and used the best chances (courtesy of their opponents), other than that they aren't exactly good. After this showing I wouldn't bet a cent on Austria finishing top 2. This team lacks quality throughout, with exception of a few guys who can lead and create it's a squad made up from role players and grinders who are not used to have a lot of resposibility. And with Brian Lebler the only true scorer is coming off a dismal season and shows why. This won't be enough.

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