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    2016 IIHF World Div.IIA Championship - Jaca, Spain; 9th-15th.Apr

    Belgium
    China (Promoted from Div.IIB)
    Iceland
    Netherlands (Relagated from Div.IB)
    Serbia
    Spain

    Tournament schedule
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    9/4 Belgium Iceland 13:00 Pabellon de Hielo
    9/4 Serbia Netherlands 16:30 Pabellon de Hielo
    9/4 China Spain20:00 Pabellon de Hielo
    10/4 Belgium Serbia13:00 Pabellon de Hielo
    10/4 Iceland China 16:30 Pabellon de Hielo
    10/4 NetherlandsSpain20:00 Pabellon de Hielo
    12/4 Netherlands Iceland 13:00 Pabellon de Hielo
    12/4 BelgiumChina16:30 Pabellon de Hielo
    12/4 Serbia Spain 20:00 Pabellon de Hielo
    14/4 China Netherlands 13:00 Pabellon de Hielo
    14/4 Iceland Serbia 16:30 Pabellon de Hielo
    14/4 Spain Belgium 20:00 Pabellon de Hielo
    15/4 Serbia China 13:00 Pabellon de Hielo
    15/4 Netherlands Belgium 16:30 Pabellon de Hielo
    15/4 Spain Iceland 20:00 Pabellon de Hielo

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    Belgium Belgium - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Jean Cornelis – Liege
    Mike Jansen - HYC Herentals
    Tom Prodi – Liege

    Defencemen:
    Michael Distate – Liege
    Vadim Gyesbreghs - Leuven
    Jordan Paulus – Liege
    Dean Thurura – Leuven

    Forwards:
    Alexandre Bremer – Liege
    Yoren de Smet – Liege
    Timo Dewin - HYC Herentals
    Simon Dozin - Leuven
    Yente Franssen - HYC Herentals
    Emiel Goris - HYC Herentals
    Bryan Henry - Avignon (FRA-3)
    Andy Kolodziejczyk – Liege
    Bryan Kolodziejczyk - HYC Herentals
    Boris Kolyasnikov – Leuven
    Maxime Pellegrims – Leuven
    Oliver Roland - Leuven
    Ben van den Bogaert – Antwerp
    Patrick van Noten - HYC Herentals
    Brent van Rooy - HYC Herentals
    Ben Vercammen - HYC Herentals

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    China China - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Shengrong Xia - Harbin
    Zehao Sun - Chengde

    Defencemen:
    Tianyu Hu - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Chao Wen - Harbin
    Jiaqi Zhang - Chengde
    Qing Liu - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Tianyi Guan - Harbin
    Jiasiteng Wu - Chengde
    Mingxi Yang - China Dragon (ALIH)

    Forwards:
    Jiachang Bao - Harbin
    Hengnan Lu - Chengde
    Xijun Cui - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Tianxiang Xia - Harbin
    Ling Chen - Qiqihar
    Zesen Zhang - Chengde
    Hang Li - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Chongwei Wang - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Hao Zhang - Harbin
    Zhengyu Li - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Peng Ji - Harbin
    Cheng Zhang - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Ziyang Zhu - Harbin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post
    Goaltenders:
    Jean Cornelis – Liege
    Mike Jansen - HYC Herentals
    Tom Prodi – Liege

    Defencemen:
    Michael Distate – Liege
    Vadim Gyesbreghs - Leuven
    Jordan Paulus – Liege
    Dean Thurura – Leuven

    Forwards:
    Alexandre Bremer – Liege
    Yoren de Smet – Liege
    Timo Dewin - HYC Herentals
    Simon Dozin - Leuven
    Yente Franssen - HYC Herentals
    Emiel Goris - HYC Herentals
    Bryan Henry - Avignon (FRA-3)
    Andy Kolodziejczyk – Liege
    Bryan Kolodziejczyk - HYC Herentals
    Boris Kolyasnikov – Leuven
    Maxime Pellegrims – Leuven
    Oliver Roland - Leuven
    Ben van den Bogaert – Antwerp
    Patrick van Noten - HYC Herentals
    Brent van Rooy - HYC Herentals
    Ben Vercammen - HYC Herentals

    No Artur Legrand, best keeper at the last Div IIA WC?

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    Iceland Iceland - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Dennis Hedström - Göteborgs IK (SWE-3)
    Snorri Sigurbergsson - IL Krĺkene (NOR-2)

    Defencemen:
    Ingolfur Eliasson - Skautafélag Reykjavikur
    Orri Blöndal - Skautafélag Reykjavikur
    Andri Helgason – Björninn
    Robert Freyr Pĺlsson - UMFK Esja
    Ingthor Arnason - Motala AIF (SWE-2)
    Bergur Arni Einarsson - Björninn
    Ingvar Thor Jonsson - Skautafélag Akureyrar

    Forwards:
    Jonas Breki Magnusson – Gladsaxe (DEN-2)
    Robin Hedström – Bäcken (SWE-2)
    Hjalti Johannsson - UMFK Esja
    Emil Alengĺrd – Haninge (SWE-1)
    Falur Gudnason - Björninn
    Hafthor Sigrunarson - Skautafélag Akureyrar
    Ulfar Jon Andresson - Björninn
    Robert Sigurdsson - Skautafélag Akureyrar
    Andri Mikaelsson - Skautafélag Akureyrar
    Bjorn Robert Sigurdarson - UMFK Esja
    Bjarki Johannesson - Skautafélag Akureyrar
    Johann Leifsson - Motala AIF (SWE-2)

    http://www.ihi.is/is/moya/news/lands...p-a-jaca-spain

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    Netherlands Netherlands - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Ruud Leeuwesteijn - Tilburg
    Sjoerd Izenga - Heerenveen

    Defencemen:
    Niels van der Vossen - Heerenveen
    Guido Vols - Den Haag
    Jurryt Smid - Zoetermeer
    Erik Tummers - Geleen
    Boet van Gestel - Tilburg

    Forwards:
    Joey Oosterveld - Amstel
    Mike Verschuren - Eindhoven
    Kevin Bruijsten - Amiens (Ligue Magnus)
    Tom Marx - Limburg
    Raphael Joly - EV Duisburg (GER-3)
    Julian van Lijden - FASS Berlin (GER-3)
    Ronald Wurm -Heerenveen
    Max Hermens - Malmö Jrs. (SWE)
    Jasper Kick - Den Haag
    Jeffrey Melissant - Zoetermeer
    Guus Van Nes - Boston Jr. Bruins (USPHL Premier)
    Alan Van Bentem - Den Haag

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    Serbia Serbia - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Arsenije Ranković - SKHL Crvena Zvezda (SLO)
    Petar Stepanović - SKHL Crvena Zvezda (SLO)

    Defencemen:
    Stefan Ilić - Valpellice (Serie A)
    Marko Brkušanin - HK Partizan Beograd
    Dragan Komazec -HK Partizan Beograd
    Aleksa Luković - HK Partizan Beograd
    Uglješa Novaković - SKHL Crvena Zvezda (SLO)
    Robert Sabadoš - SKHL Crvena Zvezda (SLO)
    Pavle Podunavac - MAC Jrs. (AUT)
    Nikola Bibić - Stoney Creek Generals (ACH)

    Forwards:
    Marko Milovanović - HK Partizan Beograd
    Pavel Popravka - SKHL Crvena Zvezda (SLO)
    Dimitrije Filipović - HK Partizan Beograd
    Nenad Raković - HK Partizan Beograd
    Srđan Ristić - HK Partizan Beograd
    Nemanja Vučurević - Eispiraten Crimmitschau (DEL II)
    Nikola Kerezović - SKHL Crvena Zvezda (SLO)
    Mirko Đumić - MAC Jrs. (AUT)
    Petar Novaković - SKHL Crvena Zvezda (SLO)
    Marko Sretović - Vänersborgs (SWE-2)
    Lazar Leštarić - McKendree Univ. (ACHA III)
    Uroš Bjelogrlić - SKHL Crvena Zvezda (SLO)

    http://www.hockeyserbia.com/index.ph...99-2016-wm-iia

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    Most players from Tilburg Trappers not available. Tilburg still active in Oberliga playoffs.
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    Spain Spain - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Ander Alcaine - C.H. Jaca
    Ignacio Garcia - S.A.D. Majadahonda

    Defencemen:
    Ignacio Vicente - Bradford Rattlers (GMHL)
    Jorge Vea - C.H.H. Necso Txuri Urdin
    Juan Antonio Brabo - C.H. Jaca
    Alfonso Garcia - S.A.D. Majadahonda
    Adrian Ubieto - C.H. Jaca
    Guillermo Betran - C.H. Jaca

    Forwards:
    Adrian Betran - C.H. Jaca
    Juan Gordo -FC Barcelona
    Pablo Pantoja - C.H. Jaca
    Pablo Puyuelo - CHH. Necso Txuri Urdin
    Alejandro Hernández - C.H. Jaca
    Juan Muńoz - CHH. Necso Txuri Urdin
    Pol Gonzalez - Concordia Univ. (CIS)
    Alejandro Carbonell - Gap (Ligue Magnus)
    Javier Garcia-Arias - S.A.D. Majadahonda
    Gaston Gonzalez - C.H. Jaca
    Ignacio Solorzano - CHH. Necso Txuri Urdin
    Carlos Quevedo - Robert Morris Univ. (ACHA)
    Patrick Fuentes - CHH. Necso Txuri Urdin
    Pablo Muńoz - FC Barcelona

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloklo View Post
    No Artur Legrand, best keeper at the last Div IIA WC?
    Apparently:

    http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/538/IHM5...33_1_0_BEL.pdf

    Quote Originally Posted by Betterman View Post
    Most players from Tilburg Trappers not available. Tilburg still active in Oberliga playoffs.
    The same goes for defenceman Mike Dalhuisen, who's playing for Esbjerg in the Danish Elite league.

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    With so many players missing, I wouldn't be suprised if Serbia wins this matchup. Pretty good odd on them ,over 6 in Croatia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    With so many players missing, I wouldn't be suprised if Serbia wins this matchup. Pretty good odd on them ,over 6 in Croatia.
    it is too much for Serbia to beat Holland, but maybe they will not lose with more then 2-3 goals diferents.
    A-light-in-the-dark: Sofia Bulgaria, Skopje Macedonia, Sarajevo & Pristina :)

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    So the best players - and the core of the well performing OGQ-squad - will miss for the Netherlands. This will make it interesting. It seems to me that Serbia and Belgium have chance to get promoted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDani View Post
    So the best players - and the core of the well performing OGQ-squad - will miss for the Netherlands. This will make it interesting. It seems to me that Serbia and Belgium have chance to get promoted.
    This is golden oportunity for Spain, Belgium, Island or even Serbia to promote to division 1B. Only this year and who knows when again....
    A-light-in-the-dark: Sofia Bulgaria, Skopje Macedonia, Sarajevo & Pristina :)

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    after first period, it is obvious that Netherland is still the main favorite for first place. They are one class better then Serbia even they are without 10 players.
    A-light-in-the-dark: Sofia Bulgaria, Skopje Macedonia, Sarajevo & Pristina :)

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    Netherlands is class above Serbia, A.Rankovic (BP) is holding us in the game.
    Result is btw good 2-3!?
    Komazec continues with bullshits (very stupid Delaying the game in 1st period, then 1st goal his fault, etc).

    Sports director of hk Partizan scored the goal, unbelievable :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by fikret View Post
    after first period, it is obvious that Netherland is still the main favorite for first place. They are one class better then Serbia even they are without 10 players.
    Yes, 1st period was theirs - yet they could not score. But the other periods were balanced, with very small Dutch dominancy. So I would say that this Dutch squad is better, but not with a class, and they can have some rough moment and hard (or even harder) games on this week.

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    Netherlands 'B' team was absolutely dominated in the first 2 periods, and Serbian team was slightly dominated in the 3rd period. Much better skating by Dutch players, good system of play, much better chances for scoring.

    Serbs were better only in first 5min of the 1st period (played a good forecheck). Later on we had 4 stupid penalties with amazing one by Komazec.

    Arsenije Rankovic saved Serbian team from disaster in first 2 periods.
    Serbian team was completely invisible and outplayed.

    Komazec, routine..

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    Chinese are interesting team. Maybe they can stay in this group
    A-light-in-the-dark: Sofia Bulgaria, Skopje Macedonia, Sarajevo & Pristina :)

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    interesting, Serbia is better then Belgium.
    A-light-in-the-dark: Sofia Bulgaria, Skopje Macedonia, Sarajevo & Pristina :)

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    Too many stupid penalties might cost us the game

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    So far Serbias performance is a step back from last year. Besides stupid penalties Serbia have some problems with, at least to me. basic technical issues like receiving the puck, direct passes and so on. Really annoying. Belgium plays as ususal with a lot body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fikret View Post
    interesting, Serbia is better then Belgium.
    just in first period....
    I hope that we can beat China to stay in this group
    A-light-in-the-dark: Sofia Bulgaria, Skopje Macedonia, Sarajevo & Pristina :)

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    Congrats Belgium. Well done. Discipline and using the quality you have and nothing "exentric" more is enough.
    Serbia have to concentrate to avoid relegation. I couldn´t see any game-plan at all in the third period and there were huge gaps the team-parts and it looked awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloklo View Post
    Congrats Belgium. Well done. Discipline and using the quality you have and nothing "exentric" more is enough.
    Serbia have to concentrate to avoid relegation. I couldn´t see any game-plan at all in the third period and there were huge gaps the team-parts and it looked awful.
    +1
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    I expected more from Serbia. So far they are a bit unlucky and also not as good as they should be. Wondering how much preparation game they had - as it seems the guys are not quite together as a team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDani View Post
    I expected more from Serbia. So far they are a bit unlucky and also not as good as they should be. Wondering how much preparation game they had - as it seems the guys are not quite together as a team.
    Only test game with HC Celje was cancelled

    NT played only 1 test game against each other with some additional players from HC Crvena zvezda to fill needed number of players for 2 full teams

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    WTF is wrong with the Icelandic goalies and the deffencemen? So far they are who make the game with China tight.

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    A deserved win for the Spaniards. All in all a good game. Spain was the better team and I still can´t see what the aims are in the Serbian game-plan. At moments it looks quite OK but mostly it seems no-one actually knows. Many situations are still solved on solo performances and some a bit on pure will or "muscles" even though the team-game improved a little this game. It´s a disapointment. Serbia looked far better last year. I expected at least the same if not better this year. And with the Olympic qualifications gathering with six games before the season and a quite good domestic finale I hoped just a little bit more than usual.

    If there is a light for Serbia it propably is goalie Arsenije Rankovic who is really good for this level and finally Serbia have a keeper to rely on.
    Besides him I would also mention young Mirko Djumic who plays really goog hockey. A very cockey player who is not afraid to play physical even at senior level.

    Still there are some players that should be Serbias leading players that are far from what they were few past seasons. Sretovic is not the same, Vucurevic also...

    And why the heck let Komazec take a PS??

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    Every team here seems to be missing some top players - some more than others, obviously (e.g., Netherlands).

    Netherlands will, despite icing a B or C squad, win gold. Spain will win silver.

    Meanwhile, great comeback win for Serbia over Iceland today, roaring back from a 3-0 deficit.

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    still need to beat Belgium, so far so good but up untill today the guys needed an awfull lot of changes to score

    Nardo Nagtzaam joined the team today after winning the Slovenian title with Ljubljana

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    Think the Dutch were ready to play against their Belgian cousins? 3-0 after one and 25-5 in shots for the Dutch. Obviously they want this game.

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    Netherlands beat Belgium 6-2 to secure promotion.
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    Trim - If you happen to see this, can you answer why the Chinese team wasn't basically all China Dragon players? And what club is 'Chengde'? I don't recall that name before. Usually, the Chinese national tournament had Harbin and Qiqihar beating up every other club badly and the only name that would occasionally pop up as even a distant competitor was Jiamusi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Trim - If you happen to see this, can you answer why the Chinese team wasn't basically all China Dragon players? And what club is 'Chengde'? I don't recall that name before. Usually, the Chinese national tournament had Harbin and Qiqihar beating up every other club badly and the only name that would occasionally pop up as even a distant competitor was Jiamusi.
    I have absolutely no idea why CIHA doesn't take more players from Dragon; especially in goal. They must have some high hopes on Xia Shengrong but he's 21 and as only played 4 Asia League games two years ago. With Han Pengfei and Yu Qitao playing (ok, mostly sitting) for Dragon, one has to think if they are better hence playing for the ALIH team? Another player who hasn't been on the national side for two years is forward Chen Lei, when I saw Dragon play two years ago he was the best Chinese player on the ice. He was China Dragon's 7th best scorer this past season, the best of the Chinese. Mind you, Brett Parnham scored 44 points in 35 games while Chen Lei scored 18 in 44 games.

    This year the Chinese national team had 9 skaters from China Dragon (defensemen Yang Mingxi, Hu Tianyu, Liu Qing, and forwards Wang Chongwei, Li Hang, Cui Xijun, Li Zhengyu, Chen Ling, and Zhang Cheng). Of those defensemen, Yang and Hu played the full 48 game schedule while Liu missed two games. Looking up front of the national team, only the tiny Chen Ling reached 10 points in ALIH. Li Zhengyu didn't score a point at all and registered a -30. Cui Xijun, who led China in scoring at the Worlds last year, was called up to the ALIH team and registered a solitary point. At least it was a goal. The selected forwards produced 7 goals during the season, four of those were Zhang Cheng's. The three defensemen produced just as many goals!

    Looking at those stats and looking at what I said about Chen Lei, who scored 5 goals and 13 assists and "only" -27, why they didn't select him is beyond me. The national side scored 6 goals in 5 games, unimpressively scoring on 6% of their shots. I'm a fan of selecting the best team of players available. Clearly for China, that doesn't seem to be their style. Being China, of course, means there is potential for political interference (preference for party members or financial kickbacks by players for selection?).

    Chengde is a club based in the area around Beijing which was started just a few years ago. They produce lots of players for the national junior teams and I believe have had the input of Russian coaches.

    This year China had its national Winter Games, basically the Olympics o' China, in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Unfortunately, hockey wasn't televised but it did include a qualifying tournament - I only know of this because the Hong Kong Ice Hockey Association put out a call for players on their website. Results are a complete mystery to me. Might would help if I could read the chicken scratch they call writing! Probably not, unless China excels at something it doesn't get acknowledged by the state media - which is to say the only media.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post
    Goaltenders:
    Shengrong Xia - Harbin
    Zehao Sun - Chengde

    Defencemen:
    Tianyu Hu - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Chao Wen - Harbin
    Jiaqi Zhang - Chengde
    Qing Liu - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Tianyi Guan - Harbin
    Jiasiteng Wu - Chengde
    Mingxi Yang - China Dragon (ALIH)

    Forwards:
    Jiachang Bao - Harbin
    Hengnan Lu - Chengde
    Xijun Cui - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Tianxiang Xia - Harbin
    Ling Chen - Qiqihar
    Zesen Zhang - Chengde
    Hang Li - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Chongwei Wang - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Hao Zhang - Harbin
    Zhengyu Li - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Peng Ji - Harbin
    Cheng Zhang - China Dragon (ALIH)
    Ziyang Zhu - Harbin
    I search pictures of these players ?

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