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    IIHF 2017 iihf wc

    Game schedule is online:

    http://www.iihfworlds2017.com/en/games/
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    Germany German Roster (so far)

    Here is the german squad for the IHWC 2017 so far:

    GOALIES:
    Timo Pielmeier (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Dennis Endras (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Niederberger (Duesselldorfer EG)

    DEFENDERS:
    Pascal Zerressen (Cologne Sharks)
    Christian Ehrhoff (Cologne Sharks)
    Alexander Sulzer (Cologne Sharks)
    Moritz Müller (Cologne Sharks)
    Denis Reul (Eagles Mannheim)
    Sinan Akdag (Eagles Mannheim)
    Stephan Daschner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Bernhard Ebner (Duesseldorfer EG)

    FORWARDS:
    Markus Kink (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Plachta (Eagles Mannheim)
    Christoph Ullmann (Eagles Mannheim)
    Mirko Höfflin (Eagles Mannheim)
    David Wolf (Eagles Mannheim)
    Brent Raedeke (Eagles Mannheim)
    Kai Hospelt (Cologne Sharks)
    Nicolas Krämmer (Cologne Sharks)
    Sebastian Uvira (Cologne Sharks)
    Patrick Hager (Cologne Sharks)
    Philip Gogulla (Cologne Sharks)
    Jakob Mayenschein (EHC Red Bull Munich)
    Thomas Oppenheimer (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Maximilian Kammerer (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Thomas Holzmann (Augsburger Panthers)


    Forward Daiel Pietta (Krefeld Penguins) said he is not able to participate in this years tournament due to an injury.

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    66 years ago, Paris hosted the 29th IIHF Worlds. Here is a newsreel about the Canada-Sweden game decisive for the title.

    http://www.ina.fr/video/AFE85003987/...ace-video.html

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    Germany German IHWC Roster UPDATE

    Alexander Sulzer (Cologne Sharks) retires from the nationalteam and will not participate in any Hockey World Cup in the future. He also will not play at this years tournament in Paris and Cologne.

    Coach Marco Sturm reacted and nominated another player form Duesseldorfer EG, Marco Nowak.

    OUT: Alexander Sulzer (Cologne Sharks)
    IN: Marco Nowak (Duesseldorfer EG)

    So the german roster reads as follows:

    GOALIES:
    Timo Pielmeier (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Dennis Endras (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Niederberger (Duesselldorfer EG)

    DEFENDERS:
    Pascal Zerressen (Cologne Sharks)
    Christian Ehrhoff (Cologne Sharks)
    Moritz Müller (Cologne Sharks)
    Denis Reul (Eagles Mannheim)
    Sinan Akdag (Eagles Mannheim)
    Stephan Daschner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Bernhard Ebner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Marco Nowak (Duesseldorfer EG)

    FORWARDS:
    Markus Kink (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Plachta (Eagles Mannheim)
    Christoph Ullmann (Eagles Mannheim)
    Mirko Höfflin (Eagles Mannheim)
    David Wolf (Eagles Mannheim)
    Brent Raedeke (Eagles Mannheim)
    Kai Hospelt (Cologne Sharks)
    Nicolas Krämmer (Cologne Sharks)
    Sebastian Uvira (Cologne Sharks)
    Patrick Hager (Cologne Sharks)
    Philip Gogulla (Cologne Sharks)
    Jakob Mayenschein (EHC Red Bull Munich)
    Thomas Oppenheimer (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Maximilian Kammerer (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Thomas Holzmann (Augsburger Panthers)

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    Norway Norway - Camp Roster

    The Norwegian roster for the two EHC games against Germany.

    Goaltenders:
    Lars Haugen – Färjestad (SHL)
    Henrik Haukeland - Leksands (SHL)
    Steffen Søberg - Vålerenga

    Defencemen:
    Christian Bull – Storhamar
    Adrian Saxrud Danielsen – Stjernen Fredrikstad
    Stefan Espeland – Lørenskog
    Jonas Holøs - Färjestad (SHL)
    Andreas Klavestad - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Erlend Lesund - Mora (Allsvenskan)
    Villiam Strøm – Lørenskog
    Daniel Sørvik (D) - HC Litvinov (CZE-Extraliga)
    Kristian Østby - Sparta Sarpsborg

    Forwards:
    Michael Haga - Örebro (SHL)
    Andreas Heier – Stjernen Fredrikstad
    Magnus Brekke Henriksen - Lørenskog
    Jørgen Karterud - Linköping (SHL)
    Sondre Olden - Leksands (SHL)
    Ken Andre Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Mathis Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Thomas Olsen - Vålerenga
    Thomas Valkvæ Olsen - Bofors (Allsvenskan)
    Aleksander Reichenberg - Storhamar
    Niklas Roest - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Andreas Stene - Timrå (Allsvenskan)
    Patrick Thoresen – ZSC (NLA)
    Mathias Trettenes - Almtuna (Allsvenskan)

    Players ruled out for the 2017 IHWC:

    Mats Trygg (D) – Lørenskog – Opted out
    Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (D) - Färjestad (SHL) – Injury

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    Germany

    Looks like a pretty strong norwegian roster so far.


    News on the german IHWC roster:

    Forward Christoph Ulllmann (Eagles Mannheim) said he is not a 100% fit at the moment because of his shoulder injury. He will not play this years tournament and will instead "make room for a young, fit player".

    Headcoach Marco Sturm nominated Frederik Tiffels (Western Michigan University) for the absent Christoph Ullmann.

    This means:
    OUT: Christoph Ullmann (Eagles Mannheim)
    IN: Frederik Tiffels (Western Michigan University) (USA College Team)


    German camp roster at the moment:

    GOALIES:
    Timo Pielmeier (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Dennis Endras (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Niederberger (Duesselldorfer EG)

    DEFENDERS:
    Pascal Zerressen (Cologne Sharks)
    Christian Ehrhoff (Cologne Sharks)
    Moritz Müller (Cologne Sharks)
    Denis Reul (Eagles Mannheim)
    Sinan Akdag (Eagles Mannheim)
    Stephan Daschner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Bernhard Ebner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Marco Nowak (Duesseldorfer EG)

    FORWARDS:
    Markus Kink (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Plachta (Eagles Mannheim)
    Mirko Höfflin (Eagles Mannheim)
    David Wolf (Eagles Mannheim)
    Brent Raedeke (Eagles Mannheim)
    Kai Hospelt (Cologne Sharks)
    Nicolas Krämmer (Cologne Sharks)
    Sebastian Uvira (Cologne Sharks)
    Patrick Hager (Cologne Sharks)
    Philip Gogulla (Cologne Sharks)
    Jakob Mayenschein (EHC Red Bull Munich)
    Thomas Oppenheimer (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Maximilian Kammerer (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Thomas Holzmann (Augsburger Panthers)
    Frederik Tiffels (Western Michigan University / USA)

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    Not sure what to think about the NHL deciding not to participate in the Olympics. Does that mean the WCh gains in stature and players are more likely to participate....or since there is no Olympics to strive for, players will completely forego the International forum ? Don't know.

    Regardless, it's sad we won't have best on best at the Olympics and I hope it's the former scenario....ie players instead are more inclined to opt in for the WCh since it is now the closest to best on best international play.

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    Many players have expressed their dissatisfaction/annoyance/etc. about the league not going and some (like Ovechkin) have said they'll still go. I'd love to see the WCOH die a quick death since it's the NHL's half-assed attempt to get money out of an international tournament and even then they have to result to bush league stuff like North America U23 and Team Europe.

    The NHL doesn't see the Korean market as worth their time but I guarantee they will be in the 2022 Olympics because all they see when they think of China is dollar signs.

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    French Camp roster - 4th-10th April

    Here is the French roster for the first camp ahead of two games with Switzerland in Amiens on Saturday and in Cergy on Sunday.

    Goaltenders
    Florian Hardy - Dornbirner EC (EBEL)
    Ronan Quemener - Aalborg Pirates (Metal Ligaen)
    Sebastian Ylönen - Boxers de Bordeaux

    Defencemen
    Nicolas Besch - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Kevin Dusseau - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Kevin Hecquefeuille - HC La Chaux-de-Fonds (NLB)
    Jonathan Janil - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Antonin Manavian - Fehérvár AV19 (EBEL)
    Maxime Moisand - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Teddy Trabichet - Bruleurs de loups de Grenoble

    Forwards
    Valentin Claireaux - Lukko Rauma (Liiga)
    Stéphane Da Costa - CSKA Moscow (KHL)
    Teddy Da Costa - Orli Znojmo (EBEL)
    Floran Douay - Genève-Servette HC (NLA)
    Damien Fleury - Red Star Kunlun (KHL)
    Romain Gutierrez - Gamyo Epinal
    Vincent Kara - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Maxime Lacroix - Ducs d'Angers
    Bastien Maïa - Odessa Jackalopes (NAHL)
    Laurent Meunier - HC La Chaux-de-Fonds (NLB)
    Nicolas Ritz - Herning Blue Fox (Metal Ligaen)
    Peter Valier - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Gabin Ville - Pionniers de Chamonix-Morzine

    France is getting ready for its home tournament. Still a good number of players have yet to join in as the Ligue Magnus' final between Rouen ans Gap is not over yet. Bellemare and Roussel should come as well as neither Philadelphia nor Dallas are making it into the post-season. The latter is actually recovering from a hand injury but should be ready by then. Both Auvitu and Bozon may miss the tourney due to minor league duties. Season is not over yet in Switzerland for Berthon. Huet is recovering from a knee surgery but should be here for is last outing in the blue jersey. Fingers crossed, no one missing so far due to major injury.

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    Germany

    Euro hockey challenge game nr. 1 for norway and germany.

    Norway - Germany 5:1

    1:0 Andreas Stene (5.)
    2:0 Patrick Thoresen (11.)
    2:1 Jakob Mayenschein (25.)
    3:1 Jonas Holos (38.)
    4:1 Mathis Olimb (40. )
    5:1 Ken André Olimb (57.)

    Well the final result was a bit too high i think, but overall norway was the better and most important, more effiecent team.
    Both teams were equal in the firs period i think, but norway scored 2 two goals because of their effiecency.
    Then in the second and third period norway was the better team.
    On the german side too many faults were made, especially in the defence. And they did not create enough goal chances, and the chances they had, were not used.
    Only the 4th line with the youngsters and rookies in the team did really play well. Jakob Mayenschein scored the only goal for germany in his debut in the national team an together with Maximilian Kammerer and Frederik Tiffels and Patrick Zerressen in defence their line showed the best hockey on the german team in the game yesterday.


    EDIT: French team looks pretty strong too, just like norway does.

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    EIHC game played yesterday in Denmark:

    Denmark - Slovakia 0:2 (0:0, 0:1, 0:1)

    34. L. Hudáček (M. Bakoš)
    59. Lušňák (L. Hudáček)
    Line-ups:
    Denmark: Dahm - Larsen, J. Jensen, D. Nielsen, N. Jensen, Kristensen, Lauridsen, Röndbjerg, Boysen - Madsen, P. Regin, K. Jensen - N. Christensen, S. Nielsen, Meyer - From, Jakobsen, Poulsen - M. Chistensen, Mikkel Höjbjerg, Martin Höjbjerg
    Slovakia: J. Hudáček - J. Mikuš, Čajkovský, Švarný, Gernát, J. Brejčák, Čerešňák, E. Šedivý - M. Bakoš, L. Hudáček, Dravecký - Lapšanský, Cingeľ, Kudrna - M. Bartánus, Suja, Lušňák - Hrnka, Preisinger, Vandas - Svitana
    25th of June 2015 - Worst day in the history of modern hockey in Slovakia

    See you in 2019...perhaps...

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    8th April - France - Switzerland - Coliséum d'Amiens

    France - Switzerland (1:1, 2:3, 0:0)
    0:1 - 00.36 Pius Suter (Praplan)
    1:1 - 15.52 Laurent Meunier (S. Da Costa, Hecquefeuille) PP2
    1:2 - 20.19 Vincent Praplan (Romy)
    2:2 - 25.25 Valentin Claireaux (Hecquefeuille, Valier)
    2:3 - 29.19 Romain Loeffel
    3:3 - 32.55 Valentin Claireaux (Fleury, Hecquefeuille) PP1
    3:4 - 37.58 Cody Almond (Herzog, Herren)
    PIM: 4x2 - 7x2 SOG: 18-30 Att: 3127

    http://stats.pointstreak.com/boxscor...gameid=3092879

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    9th April - France - Switzerland - Aren'Ice de Cergy

    France - Switzerland 3-2 OT (0:1, 2:0, 0:1, 1:0)
    0:1 - 16.44 Damien Riat (Almond, Herzog) PP1
    1:1 - 26.39 Teddy Trabichet (Ville, T. Da Costa)
    2:1 - 32.37 Damien Fleury (Valier, S. Da Costa)
    2:2 - 40.10 Chris Baltisberger (Geering)
    3:2 - 60.27 Stéphane Da Costa (Fleury)
    PIM: 4x2 - 7x2 SOG: 27-28 Att: 1652

    http://stats.pointstreak.com/boxscor...gameid=3092880

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    Germany

    Euro hockey challenge game nr. 2 between norway and germany.

    Norway - Germany 5:2
    1:0 Aleksander Reichenberg (20:31)
    2:0 Jorgen Karterud (21:34)
    3:0 Patrick Thoresen (28:42)
    3:1 Matthias Plachta (32:41)
    3:2 David Wolf (39:34)
    4:2 Ken-Andre Olimb (50:36)
    5:2 Mathias Trettenes (58:25) (ENG)

    Both teams were once again equal in the first period, no goals in first 20 minutes.
    Then in the second period german team was kinda sleeping in the first 10 minutes, and let norway score 3 goals in that time.
    Germany then came back with 2 goals in the second period but the game was over after Olimb scored the 4-2 for norway.
    Germany made again too many mistakes in the defence and the special teams did not work very well together. No PP goal for germany again and penalty killing was not good either.
    They have to improve a lot in the next weeks, to be ready for the tournament when it starts.


    Meanwhile coach marco sturm made a lot of changes in the german roster for the IHWC:

    OUT:
    Mirko Höfflin (Eagles Mannheim)
    Thomas Holzmann (Augsburg Panthers)
    Jakob Mayenschein (EHC Red Bull Munich)
    Maximillian Kammerer (Duesseldorf EG)
    Marco Nowak (Duesseldorf EG)


    IN:
    Yasin Ehliz (Nuremberg Ice Tigers)
    Patrick Reimer (Nuremberg Ice Tigers)
    Marcel Noebels (Ice Bears Berlin)
    Frank Hördler (Ice Bears Berlin)
    Felix Schütz (Rögle BK/SWE)



    So the german roster for IHWC 2017 looks like this:

    GOALIES:
    Timo Pielmeier (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Dennis Endras (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Niederberger (Duesseldorfer EG)

    DEFENDERS:
    Pascal Zerressen (Cologne Sharks)
    Christian Ehrhoff (Cologne Sharks)
    Moritz Müller (Cologne Sharks)
    Denis Reul (Eagles Mannheim)
    Sinan Akdag (Eagles Mannheim)
    Stephan Daschner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Bernhard Ebner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Frank Hördler (Ice Bears Berlin)

    FORWARDS:
    Markus Kink (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Plachta (Eagles Mannheim)
    David Wolf (Eagles Mannheim)
    Brent Raedeke (Eagles Mannheim)
    Kai Hospelt (Cologne Sharks)
    Nicolas Krämmer (Cologne Sharks)
    Sebastian Uvira (Cologne Sharks)
    Patrick Hager (Cologne Sharks)
    Philip Gogulla (Cologne Sharks)
    Thomas Oppenheimer (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Frederik Tiffels (Western Michigan University / USA)
    Yasin Ehliz (Nuremberg Ice Tigers)
    Patrick Reimer (Nuremberg Ice Tigers)
    Marcel Noebels (Ice Bears Berlin)
    Felix Schütz (Rögle BK/SWE)
    Last edited by Cabal; 10-04-2017 at 10:51.

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    With the Ligue Magnus' final over, players from Gap and mainly Rouen are now joining in ahead of the double-header with Russia in Chelyabinsk on Thursday and Saturday.

    Goaltenders
    Florian Hardy - Dornbirner EC (EBEL)
    Ronan Quemener - Aalborg Pirates (Metal Ligaen)
    Sebastian Ylönen - Boxers de Bordeaux

    Defencemen
    Nicolas Besch - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Florian Chakiachvili - Dragons de Rouen
    Olivier Dame-Malka - Dragons de Rouen
    Kevin Hecquefeuille - HC La Chaux-de-Fonds (NLB)
    Jonathan Janil - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Antonin Manavian - Fehérvár AV19 (EBEL)
    Damien Raux - Dragons de Rouen
    Teddy Trabichet - Bruleurs de loups de Grenoble

    Forwards
    Maurin Bouvet - Rapaces de Gap
    Valentin Claireaux - Lukko Rauma (Liiga)
    Stéphane Da Costa - CSKA Moscow (KHL)
    Teddy Da Costa - Orli Znojmo (EBEL)
    Floran Douay - Genève-Servette HC (NLA)
    Damien Fleury - Red Star Kunlun (KHL)
    Romain Gutierrez - Gamyo Epinal
    Maxime Lacroix - Ducs d'Angers
    Loïc Lampérier - Dragons de Rouen
    Laurent Meunier - HC La Chaux-de-Fonds (NLB)
    Jordann Perret - Dragons de Rouen
    Nicolas Ritz - Herning Blue Fox (Metal Ligaen)
    Sacha Treille - Dragons de Rouen
    Peter Valier - Boxers de Bordeaux


    OUT:
    Kevin Dusseau - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Maxime Moisand - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Vincent Kara - Boxers de Bordeaux
    Bastien Maïa - Odessa Jackalopes (NAHL)
    Gabin Ville - Pionniers de Chamonix-Morzine


    IN:
    Florian Chakiachvili - Dragons de Rouen
    Olivier Dame-Malka - Dragons de Rouen
    Damien Raux - Dragons de Rouen
    Maurin Bouvet - Rapaces de Gap
    Loïc Lampérier - Dragons de Rouen
    Jordann Perret - Dragons de Rouen
    Sacha Treille - Dragons de Rouen


    http://www.hockeyfrance.com/files/Eq...chliabinsk.pdf

    We are already getting closer to what the final roster will look like. This should be the players France will go with on the blue line pending whether Auvitu (Albany) becomes available or not. A bit disappointed someone like Johann Morant (Zug) doesn't get considered but I read somewhere it was due more to the player's unwillingness than the staff's. Anthony Rech (Gap) is getting some rest. Yorick Treille (Rouen) should join in later as well as one the retiring players. NHL regular season being over, Bellemare (Philadelphia) and Roussel (Dallas) shouldn't be long. And why not Alexandre Texier (Grenoble) who is with the U18 team in Bled, Slovenia and seems to attract a little bit of interest for the upcoming NHL draft.

    And Huet, of course...

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    Several players from NHL teams that are not playoff bound committing to the Worlds, including Mark Scheifele for Canada


    http://www.tsn.ca/scheifele-to-repre...orlds-1.721377

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    Scheifele will definitely help...since talent pool looks bleak this year. Threepeat looking tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Wagon View Post
    Scheifele will definitely help...since talent pool looks bleak this year. Threepeat looking tough.
    Yes, I agree. Very few impact players available this year.

    Other players confirmed for Canada including Claude Giroux, Wayne Simmonds and Brayden Point:
    http://www.tsn.ca/simmonds-giroux-ad...anada-1.722429

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    Norway Norway - Camp Roster II

    The Norwegian roster for the two EHC games against the Czech Republic.

    Goaltenders:
    Lars Haugen – Färjestad (SHL)
    Henrik Haukeland - Leksands (SHL)
    Steffen Søberg - Vålerenga

    Defencemen:
    Christian Bull – Storhamar
    Adrian Saxrud Danielsen – Stjernen Fredrikstad
    Stefan Espeland – Lørenskog
    Jonas Holøs - Färjestad (SHL)
    Andreas Klavestad - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Erlend Lesund - Mora (Allsvenskan)
    Villiam Strøm – Lørenskog
    Daniel Sørvik (D) - HC Litvinov (CZE-Extraliga)
    Kristian Østby - Sparta Sarpsborg

    Forwards:
    Michael Haga - Örebro (SHL)
    Andreas Heier – Stjernen Fredrikstad
    Magnus Brekke Henriksen - Lørenskog
    Sebastian Johansen - Lørenskog
    Jørgen Karterud - Linköping (SHL)
    Sondre Olden - Leksands (SHL)
    Ken Andre Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Thomas Olsen - Vålerenga
    Thomas Valkvæ Olsen - Bofors (Allsvenskan)
    Aleksander Reichenberg - Storhamar
    Niklas Roest - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Andreas Stene - Timrå (Allsvenskan)
    Mathias Trettenes - Almtuna (Allsvenskan)

    Sitting out:
    Mathis Olimb (F) - Linköping (SHL)
    Patrick Thoresen (F) – ZSC (NLA)

    Players ruled out for the 2017 IHWC:

    Mats Trygg (D) – Lørenskog – Opted out
    Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (D) - Färjestad (SHL) – Injury

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Wagon View Post
    Scheifele will definitely help...since talent pool looks bleak this year. Threepeat looking tough.
    It all depends on who is available/shows up for the other countries, doesn't it?
    I am assuming the Sedins will play for Sweden but after the season they had...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heatleysucks View Post
    It all depends on who is available/shows up for the other countries, doesn't it?
    I am assuming the Sedins will play for Sweden but after the season they had...
    Sedins will NOT play for Sweden.

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    13th April - Russia Olympic - France - Traktor Arena

    Russia Olympic - France 0:1 OT (0:0, 0:0, 0:0, 0:1)
    0:1 - 62.38 Damien Fleury (unassisted)
    PIM: 2x2 - 5x2 SOG: 19-13 Att: 1652

    http://stats.pointstreak.com/boxscor...gameid=3092888

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    EHC 2017 - Czech Republic - Norway, Game 1+2

    Czech Republic - Norway 4-0 (0-0,4-0,0-0)
    1-0 Lukáš Kašpar (Lukáš Klok, Petr Holík)
    2-0 Radan Lenc (Tomáš Kundrátek, Tomáš Hyka)
    3-0 Lukáš Kašpar (Jan Kolář)
    4-0 Jakub Jeřábek (Tomáš Zohorna, Lukáš Radil) PP
    SOG: 33-26 PIM: 6-4 Att: 3862

    Czech Republic - Norway 6-3 (2-1,1-0,3-2)
    1-0 Jan Kolář (Michal Birner, Jan Košťálek)
    1-1 Jørgen Karterud (Michael Haga, Niklas Roest)
    2-1 Michal Řepík (Radan Lenc)
    3-1 Petr Holík (Tomáš Kundrátek, Jiří Sekáč)
    4-1 Jakub Lev (Petr Vrána, Michal Řepík) PP
    4-2 Thomas Valkvae Olsen (Ken Andre Olimb, Aleksander Reichenberg) PP2
    5-2 Robin Hanzl (Jakub Lev, Milan Doudera)
    6-2 Robert Kousal (Adam Polášek, Lukáš Klok)
    6-3 Sondre Olden (Ken Andre Olimb, Aleksander Reichenberg)
    SOG: 25-6 PIM: 6-4 Att: 4112

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    Norway Norway - Camp Roster III

    The Norwegian roster for the two EHC games against Denmark.

    Goaltenders:
    Lars Haugen – Färjestad (SHL)
    Henrik Haukeland - Leksands (SHL)
    Steffen Søberg - Vålerenga

    Defencemen:
    Jonas Holøs - Färjestad (SHL)
    Johannes Johannesen - Frölunda (SHL)
    Erlend Lesund - Mora (Allsvenskan)
    Mattias Nørstebø - Frölunda (SHL)
    Villiam Strøm – Lørenskog
    Dennis Sveum - Stavanger
    Daniel Sørvik - HC Litvinov (CZE-Extraliga)
    Henrik Ødegaard - Frisk Asker

    Forwards:
    Anders Bastiansen - Frisk Asker
    Kristian Forsberg - Stavanger

    Michael Haga - Örebro (SHL)
    Jørgen Karterud - Linköping (SHL)
    Tommy Kristiansen - Stavanger
    Sondre Olden - Leksands (SHL)
    Ken Andre Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Mathis Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Mats Rosseli Olsen - Frölunda
    Thomas Valkvæ Olsen - Bofors (Allsvenskan)
    Aleksander Reichenberg - Storhamar
    Niklas Roest - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Eirik Salsten - Stavanger
    Patrick Thoresen – ZSC (NLA)
    Mathias Trettenes - Almtuna (Allsvenskan)

    Cuts:
    Christian Bull (D) – Storhamar
    Adrian Saxrud Danielsen (D) – Stjernen Fredrikstad
    Stefan Espeland (D) – Lørenskog
    Andreas Klavestad (D) - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Kristian Østby (D) - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Andreas Heier (F) – Stjernen Fredrikstad
    Magnus Brekke Henriksen (F) - Lørenskog
    Sebastian Johansen (F) - Lørenskog
    Thomas Olsen (F) - Vålerenga
    Andreas Stene (F) - Timrå (Allsvenskan)


    Players ruled out for the 2017 IHWC:

    Mats Trygg (D) – Lørenskog – Opted out
    Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (D) - Färjestad (SHL) – Injury

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    Germany

    EURO Hockey Challenge, games between belarus and germany:

    First one:
    Belarus - Germany 3:1 (1:0, 2:1, 0:0)
    1:0 Sjarhej Drosd (12:08)
    1:1 Moritz Müller (16:27)
    2:1 Alexei Kowaljow (32:18)
    3:1 Jauhen Lissawez (35:55)


    Second game:
    Belarus - Germany 1:2 (0:0, 2:0, 0:1)
    0:1 Markus Kink (28.)
    0:2 Patrick Hager (34.)
    1:2 Andrej Kostizyn (43.)

    Changes to the german IHWC roster 2017:

    OUT: Sebastian Uvira (Cologne Sharks)
    IN: Tobias Rieder (Arizona Coyotes/NHL)

    German IHWC roster for 2017 looks like this at the moment:

    GOALIES:
    Timo Pielmeier (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Dennis Endras (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Niederberger (Duesseldorfer EG)

    DEFENDERS:
    Pascal Zerressen (Cologne Sharks)
    Christian Ehrhoff (Cologne Sharks)
    Moritz Müller (Cologne Sharks)
    Denis Reul (Eagles Mannheim)
    Sinan Akdag (Eagles Mannheim)
    Stephan Daschner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Bernhard Ebner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Frank Hördler (Ice Bears Berlin)

    FORWARDS:
    Markus Kink (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Plachta (Eagles Mannheim)
    David Wolf (Eagles Mannheim)
    Brent Raedeke (Eagles Mannheim)
    Kai Hospelt (Cologne Sharks)
    Nicolas Krämmer (Cologne Sharks)
    Patrick Hager (Cologne Sharks)
    Philip Gogulla (Cologne Sharks)
    Thomas Oppenheimer (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Frederik Tiffels (Western Michigan University / USA)
    Yasin Ehliz (Nuremberg Ice Tigers)
    Patrick Reimer (Nuremberg Ice Tigers)
    Marcel Noebels (Ice Bears Berlin)
    Felix Schütz (Rögle BK/SWE)
    Tobias Rieder (Arizona Coyotes/NHL)


    Players that have been cut out so far since the first camp:
    Mirko Höffin (Eagles Mannheim)
    Thomas Holzmann (Augsburg Panthers)
    Jakob Mayenschein (EHC Red Bull Munich)
    Maximillian Kammerer (Duesseldorf EG)
    Marco Nowak (Duesseldorf EG)
    Sebastian Uvira (Cologne Sharks)


    Players ruled out for the 2017 IHWC tournament:
    Daniel Pietta (Krefeld Pinguins) -> injured
    Christoph Ullmann (Eagles Mannheim) -> injured
    Marcel Goc (Eagles Mannheim) -> injured
    Alexander Sulzer (Cologne Sharks) -> ended his career in national team.
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    Team Italy - Pre tournament roster

    Team Italy is back in the Top Division and it definitely is a completely different team than at the last appearance in 2014. Coach Stefan Mair has rebuilt the team with the approach of relying on homegrown players. Backup-goalkeeper Frederic Cloutier will be the only North American-born player in Italy's roster.

    It is probably too early for this team to play a top division (last year's promotion was largely thanks to Austria losing points against weaker opponents) and everything better then last place would be a big surprise, but it will definitely provide a nice experience. The Germany vs. Italy game in Cologne is a game I can not wait for ;)

    On paper there is no doubt that goaltending probably is the only point where this team has top division level (Liiga-netminder Andreas Bernard will be in net). Thomas Larkin (spent his last season in Zagreb/KHL before finishing it in Mannheim/DEL, even earning a contract extension) will be the number one defenceman. With Alex Trivellato (Schwenninigen/DEL) injured (will probably miss the tournament) and Nick Plastino (Slovan Bratislava) not playing due to personal reasons, defence is definitely an area of concern. Veteran d-man Armin Helfer will make a return to the team (said he would retire from the national team two years ago) and provide important leadership.

    Offensively the team will rely heavily on Bolzano's EBEL players and especially Diego Kostner of Ambri Piotta. Giulio Scandella (Asiago) can not attend due to personal reasons and Brian Ihnacak (Sparta Prague) is on Stefan Mairs black list, therefore we could need a sniper.


    So far the team has played two exhibition games, both against Austria (lost 0-2 and 6-5). Italy played well considering that for Austria it was the last exhibtion games before the B-World Championships beginning on Saturday.

    Highlights of the first game Italy vs. Austria in Egna/Neumarkt (ITA)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ulkNT-aHpM

    Highlgihts of the second Game Austria vs. Italy in Innsbruck (AUT)
    http://www.laola1.tv/de-at/video/oes...en/292936.html

    Today Italy faces Kazakhstan (19:30 CET), again in Neumarkt, livestream here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bib2eJZUZmY

    Italy will also play Slovenia (23th April, there should be a livestream as well) in Neumarkt and against USA (2nd of May) in Milano.

    Current roster of Team Italy

    quadra Nazionale Senior - Roster doppia sfida contro l'Austria

    Goalkeepers
    Frederic Cloutier (1981/Asiago Hockey 1935 – Alps Hockey League)
    Andreas Bernard (1990/Assat Pori - Liiga)
    Gianluca Vallini (1993/HC Gherdeina - Alps Hockey League)

    Defence
    Daniel Glira (1994/HC Bolzano – EBEL)
    Armin Helfer (1980/HC Val Pusteria - Alps Hockey League)
    Armin Hofer (1987/HC Val Pusteria – Alps Hockey League)
    Thomas Larkin (1990/Adler Mannheim - DEL)
    Stefano Marchetti (1986/Asiago Hockey 1935 – Alps Hockey League)
    Enrico Miglioranzi (1991/Asiago Hockey 1935 - Alps Hockey League)
    Alex Trivellato (1993/ Schwenninger Wild Wings – DEL)
    Luca Zanatta (1991/Red Ice Martigny – NLB)
    Michael Angelo Zanatta (1989/Red Ice Martigny – NLB)

    Forwards

    Raphael Andergassen (1993/HC Val Pusteria – Alps Hockey League)
    Anton Bernard (1989/HC Bolzano - Ebel)
    Marco Insam (1989/HC Bolzano – Ebel)
    Daniel Frank (1994/HC Bolzano – Ebel)
    Luca Frigo (1993/HC Bolzano - Ebel)
    Markus Gander (1989/HC Bolzano – Ebel)
    Tommaso Goi (1990/HC Biasca Ticino Rockets – NLB)
    Diego Kostner (1992/HC Ambrì Piotta – NLA)
    Simon Kostner (1990/Rittner Buam – Alps Hockey League)
    Riccardo Lacedelli (1995/SG Cortina - Alps Hockey League)
    Alex Lambacher (1996/EC Kassel Huskies - DEL2)
    Giovanni Morini (1995/HC Lugano - NLA)
    Matthias Mantinger (1996/WSV Sterzing/Vipiteno - Alps Hockey League)
    Michele Marchetti (1994/HC Bolzano - EBEL)
    Viktor Schweitzer (1992/HC Val Pusteria - Alps Hockey League)
    Tommaso Traversa (1990/Rittner Buam – Alps Hockey League)


    On another note, just to see the reality of Italian hockey and how awesome it is to see this team face squads like Russia and USA. Cortina-goalkeeper Marco De Filippo had a great season for Cortina and would have been the choice to be the 2nd/3rd goalie at the world championships, but can not go to Germany due to work reasons.

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    Canada names the first 18 players for these World Championships:
    https://www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/ne...or-iihf-worlds

    Goal, Eric Comrie (Edmonton/Winnipeg, NHL) and Calvin Pickard (Winnipeg/Colorado, NHL);

    Defencemen Tyson Barrie (Victoria, B.C./Colorado, NHL), Calvin De Haan (Carp, Ont./New York Islanders, NHL), Jason Demers (Dorval, Que./Florida, NHL), Michael Matheson (Pointe-Claire, Que./Florida, NHL), and Josh Morrissey (Calgary/Winnipeg, NHL);

    Forwards Sean Couturier (Bathurst, N.B./Philadelphia, NHL), Matt Duchene (Haliburton, Ont./Colorado, NHL), Claude Giroux (Hearst, Ont./Philadelphia, NHL), Alex Killorn (Beaconsfield, Que./Tampa Bay, NHL), Travis Konecny (Clachan, Ont./Philadelphia, NHL), Ryan O’Reilly (Varna, Ont./Buffalo, NHL), Nathan MacKinnon (Cole Harbour, N.S./Colorado, NHL), Brayden Point (Calgary/Tampa Bay, NHL), Mark Scheifele (Kitchener, Ont./Winnipeg, NHL), Wayne Simmonds (Scarborough, Ont./Philadelphia, NHL), and Jeff Skinner (Toronto/Carolina, NHL).

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    Highlights Exhibition game Italy vs. Kazakhstan 1:3

    https://www.facebook.com/asiago.tv/v...type=2&theater

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    This team (Canada) doesn't look too bad. Maybe not as strong as the last 2 seasons but respectable. And they'll pick up a few more guys after round 1 of the play-offs is over. (Perhaps Monaghan)

    We may have to cherish those past triumphs. Last year our U-18 team got clobbered at the Ivan Hlinka (a tournament we used to own) and if you thought that was a fluke, we just got bounced out of the U-18 medal round by Sweden 7-3. The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Wagon View Post
    This team (Canada) doesn't look too bad. Maybe not as strong as the last 2 seasons but respectable. And they'll pick up a few more guys after round 1 of the play-offs is over. (Perhaps Monaghan)

    We may have to cherish those past triumphs. Last year our U-18 team got clobbered at the Ivan Hlinka (a tournament we used to own) and if you thought that was a fluke, we just got bounced out of the U-18 medal round by Sweden 7-3. The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades.....
    Historically, Canada has not done particularly well at the 'official' tournament, held in April.
    Unlike the Ivan Hlinka, Canada cannot send the best players to this event, rather, the best available just like the senior worlds.
    There have been a couple of gold medal performances, most recently the team that featured Connor McDavid in 2013.
    But mostly, Canada has struggled to make the podium in this event, with only seven medals since 2003.
    Canada's loss at the last Ivan Hlinka broke an eight year run of gold and was only the third non podium finish in this event since 1991.
    The last non medal year was 2007 after which the Canucks went on a gold streak the only ended last year.

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    News from Team Italy: 37-year old defenceman Alexander Egger (HC Bolzano/EBEL), who actually had announced his retirement from the national team, has decided that he will take part at the World Championships in Germany. He will most likely replace Alex Trivellato (Schwenningen/DEL) in the roster, who might miss the tournament due to a shoulder injury.

    Definitlely an important veteran presence for the team. With Trivellato out, the team needed a strong two-way-defenceman and Egger can definitely bring that.

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    Germany EURO HOCKEY CHALLENGE Results

    Euro Hockey Challenge results:

    Game 1:
    Germany - Czech Republic 7:4 (1:0, 4:3, 2:1)
    1:0 Brent Raedeke (10:57)
    1:1 Roman Horak (31:54)
    2:1 Denis Reul (32:53)
    2:2 Jakub Lev (33:13)
    3:2 Philip Gogulla (34:21)
    3:3 Tomas Hyka (35:07)
    4:3 Bernhard Ebner (35:31)
    5:3 Yasin Ehliz (39:05)
    6:3 Yasin Ehliz (53:38)
    7:3 Yasin Ehliz (57:27)
    7:4 Tomasz Hyka (59:36)


    Game 2:
    Germany - Czech Republic 3:4 (0:0, 0:1, 2:3, 0:0, 0:1) n.p.
    0:1 Milan Doudera (20:52)
    1:1 Matthias Plachta (42:04)
    2:1 Matthias Plachta (47:27)
    2:2 Tomáš Zohorna (49:37)
    3:2 Christian Ehrhoff (50:38)
    3:3 Tomáš Zohorna (52:49)
    3:4 Robin Hanzl (65:00)


    Another change in the team roster:

    OUT: Dennis Endras (Eagles Mannheim)
    IN: Thomas Greiss (New York Islanders)

    The german roster at the moment:

    GOALIES:
    Thomas Greiss (New York Islanders/NHL)
    Timo Pielmeier (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Matthias Niederberger (Duesseldorfer EG)

    DEFENDERS:
    Pascal Zerressen (Cologne Sharks)
    Christian Ehrhoff (Cologne Sharks)
    Moritz Müller (Cologne Sharks)
    Denis Reul (Eagles Mannheim)
    Sinan Akdag (Eagles Mannheim)
    Stephan Daschner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Bernhard Ebner (Duesseldorfer EG)
    Frank Hördler (Ice Bears Berlin)

    FORWARDS:
    Markus Kink (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Plachta (Eagles Mannheim)
    David Wolf (Eagles Mannheim)
    Brent Raedeke (Eagles Mannheim)
    Kai Hospelt (Cologne Sharks)
    Nicolas Krämmer (Cologne Sharks)
    Patrick Hager (Cologne Sharks)
    Philip Gogulla (Cologne Sharks)
    Thomas Oppenheimer (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Frederik Tiffels (Western Michigan University / USA)
    Yasin Ehliz (Nuremberg Ice Tigers)
    Patrick Reimer (Nuremberg Ice Tigers)
    Marcel Noebels (Ice Bears Berlin)
    Felix Schütz (Rögle BK/SWE)
    Tobias Rieder (Arizona Coyotes/NHL)


    Players that have been cut out so far since the first camp:
    Mirko Höffin (Eagles Mannheim)
    Thomas Holzmann (Augsburg Panthers)
    Jakob Mayenschein (EHC Red Bull Munich)
    Maximillian Kammerer (Duesseldorf EG)
    Marco Nowak (Duesseldorf EG)
    Sebastian Uvira (Cologne Sharks)
    Dennis Endras (Eagles Mannheim)


    Players ruled out for the 2017 IHWC tournament:
    Daniel Pietta (Krefeld Pinguins) -> injured
    Christoph Ullmann (Eagles Mannheim) -> injured
    Marcel Goc (Eagles Mannheim) -> injured
    Alexander Sulzer (Cologne Sharks) -> ended his career in national team.
    Last edited by Cabal; 25-04-2017 at 12:06.

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    Radulov will not play at the Worlds. Neither will Zaitsev. Here are some NHLers who are going and not going:

    http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/article/radulo...n-whc-1.732573

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    Norway Norway - Camp Roster IV

    The Norwegian roster for the two EHC games against Slovakia.

    Goaltenders:
    Lars Haugen – Färjestad (SHL)
    Henrik Haukeland - Leksands (SHL)
    Steffen Søberg - Vålerenga

    Defencemen:
    Jonas Holøs - Färjestad (SHL)
    Johannes Johannesen - Frölunda (SHL)
    Erlend Lesund - Mora (Allsvenskan)
    Mattias Nørstebø - Frölunda (SHL)
    Villiam Strøm – Lørenskog
    Dennis Sveum - Stavanger
    Daniel Sørvik - HC Litvinov (CZE-Extraliga)
    Henrik Ødegaard - Frisk Asker

    Forwards:
    Anders Bastiansen - Frisk Asker
    Kristian Forsberg - Stavanger
    Michael Haga - Örebro (SHL)
    Jørgen Karterud - Linköping (SHL)
    Sondre Olden - Leksands (SHL)
    Ken Andre Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Mathis Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Mats Rosseli Olsen - Frölunda
    Thomas Valkvæ Olsen - Bofors (Allsvenskan)
    Aleksander Reichenberg - Storhamar
    Niklas Roest - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Patrick Thoresen – ZSC (NLA)
    Mathias Trettenes - Almtuna (Allsvenskan)

    Cuts:
    Eirik Salsten (F) - Stavanger - Injury
    Tommy Kristiansen (F) - Stavanger - Injury


    Players ruled out for the 2017 IHWC:

    Mats Trygg (D) – Lørenskog – Opted out
    Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (D) - Färjestad (SHL) – Injury

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    Germany German Roster for the IHWC 2017

    Headcoach Marco Sturm has made his last cut before the last 2 preperation games against latvia and therefore already announced his final roster for the IHWC 2017:

    OUT:
    Matthias Niederberger (Düsseldorfer EG)
    Timo Pielmeier (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Bernhard Ebner (Düsseldorfer EG)
    Stephan Daschner (Düsseldorfer EG)
    Marcel Noebels (Eisbären Berlin)
    Kai Hospelt (Kölner Haie)
    Nicolas Krämmer (Kölner Haie)
    Thomas Oppenheimer (ERC Ingolstadt)


    IN:
    Danny aus den Birken (EHC Red Bull München)
    Felix Brückmann (Grizzlys Wolfsburg)
    Justin Krueger (SC Bern/NLA)
    Konrad Abeltshauser (EHC Red Bull München)
    Denis Seidenberg (New York Islanders/NHL)
    Brooks Macek (EHC Red Bull München)
    Yannic Seidenberg (EHC Red Bull München)
    Dominik Kahun (EHC Red Bull München)
    Gerrit Fauser (Grizzlys Wolfsburg)


    German roster for the IHWC 2017:
    GOALTENDERS:
    Thomas Greiss (New York Islanders)
    Felix Brückmann (Grizzlys Wolfsburg)
    Danny aus den Birken (EHC Red Bull München)

    DEFENCEMEN:
    Pascal Zerressen (Kölner Haie)
    Christian Ehrhoff (Kölner Haie)
    Moritz Müller (Kölner Haie)
    Denis Reul (Adler Mannheim)
    Sinan Akdag (Adler Mannheim)
    Konrad Abeltshauser (EHC Red Bull München)
    Justin Krueger (SC Bern/NLA)
    Denis Seidenberg (New York Islanders/NHL)
    Frank Hördler (Eisbären Berlin)

    FORWARDS:
    Markus Kink (Adler Mannheim)
    Matthias Plachta (Adler Mannheim)
    David Wolf (Adler Mannheim)
    Brent Raedeke (Adler Mannheim)
    Patrick Hager (Kölner Haie)
    Philip Gogulla (Kölner Haie)
    Frederik Tiffels (Western Michigan University / USA)
    Yasin Ehliz (Nürnberg Ice Tigers)
    Patrick Reimer (Nürnberg Ice Tigers)
    Felix Schütz (Rögle BK/SWE)
    Tobias Rieder (Arizona Coyotes/NHL)
    Brooks Macek (EHC Red Bull München)
    Yannic Seidenberg (EHC Red Bull München)
    Dominik Kahun (EHC Red Bull München)
    Gerrit Fauser (Grizzlys Wolfsburg)

    All Players that have been cut since the first camp:

    Mirko Höffin (Eagles Mannheim)
    Thomas Holzmann (Augsburg Panthers)
    Jakob Mayenschein (EHC Red Bull Munich)
    Maximillian Kammerer (Duesseldorf EG)
    Marco Nowak (Duesseldorf EG)
    Sebastian Uvira (Cologne Sharks)
    Dennis Endras (Eagles Mannheim)
    Matthias Niederberger (Düsseldorfer EG)
    Timo Pielmeier (ERC Ingolstadt)
    Bernhard Ebner (Düsseldorfer EG)
    Stephan Daschner (Düsseldorfer EG)
    Marcel Noebels (Eisbären Berlin)
    Kai Hospelt (Kölner Haie)
    Nico Krämmer (Kölner Haie)
    Thomas Oppenheimer (ERC Ingolstadt)


    Players ruled out for the 2017 IHWC tournament:

    Daniel Pietta (Krefeld Pinguins) -> injured
    Christoph Ullmann (Eagles Mannheim) -> injured
    Marcel Goc (Eagles Mannheim) -> injured
    Alexander Sulzer (Cologne Sharks) -> ended his career in national team.

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    Slovenia Slovenia – Camp Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Gašper Krošelj - AIK (Allsvenskan)
    Luka Gračnar - EC Red Bull Salzburg (EBEL)
    Matija Pintarič - Lyon (Ligue Magnus)

    Defencemen:
    Andrej Tavželj – Angers (Ligue Magnus)
    Miha Štebih - HC Frydek-Mistek (CZE-2)
    Klemen Pretnar - Yunost Minsk (BLR)
    Matic Podlipnik - Lyon (Ligue Magnus)
    Blaž Gregorc- HK Hradec Kralove (CZE-Extraliga)
    Luka Vidmar – Frederikshavn (DEN)
    Aleš Kranjc - EC Bad Nauheim (DEL II)
    Mitja Robar - EC KAC (EBEL)
    Jurij Repe - HC Kladno (CZE-2)
    Sabahudin Kovačevič - Yunost Minsk (BLR)

    Forwards:
    Žiga Jeglič - HC Slovan Bratislava (KHL)
    David Rodman – Grenoble (Ligue Magnus)
    Aleš Mušič - HDD Olimpija (EBEL)
    Ken Ograjenšek - EC Graz 99ers (EBEL)
    Žiga Pance - EC KAC (EBEL)
    Rok Tičar - Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg (KHL)
    Jan Urbas - EC VSV (EBEL)
    Jan Muršak - CSKA Moskva (KHL)
    Robert Sabolič - Admiral Vladivostok (KHL)
    Boštjan Goličič - Grenoble (Ligue Magnus)
    Nik Pem - Heilbronner Falken (DEL II)
    Miha Verlič - EC VSV (EBEL)
    Anže Kuralt - Grenoble (Ligue Magnus)

    Notable Players confirmed out:
    Anže Kopitar (F) - Los Angeles Kings (NHL) – Opted out/fatigue

    Pre-tournament games:
    Slovenia – Hungary 2-1
    Slovenia – Kazakhstan 1-2 SO
    Slovenia – Hungary 5-3
    Slovenia – Italy 4-1


    Alrosa Cup 27-29 April (RUS):

    Slovenia – Norway U25 5-3
    Slovenia – Russia Olympic team 3-5
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    Sweden Sweden camp roster

    Goalies:
    Viktor Fasth - CSKA Moscow (KHL)
    Niklas Svedberg - Salavat Yulaev Ufa (KHL)
    Eddie Läck - Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)

    Defense:
    Alexander Edler - Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
    Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
    Anton Strålman - Tampa Bay Lightning (NHL)
    Jonas Brodin - Minnesota Wild (NHL)
    Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes (NHL)
    John Klingberg - Dallas Stars (NHL)
    Henrik Tömmernes - Frölunda (SHL)
    Eric Martinsson - Växjö (SHL)
    Philip Holm Växjö - (SHL)
    Calle Rosén Växjö - (SHL)

    Forwards:
    Joel Eriksson-Ek Minnesota Wild (NHL)
    Carl Söderberg - Colorado Avalanche (NHL)
    Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche (NHL)
    Marcus Kruger -Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
    William Karlsson -Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL)
    Victor Rask -Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
    Elias Linholm -Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
    Joakim Nordströn -Carolina Hurricanes (NHL)
    Rickard Gynge - Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk (KHL)
    Pär Lindholm - Skellefteå (SHL)
    Dennis Everberg - Växjö (SHL)
    Joel Lundqvist - Frölunda (SHL)
    Carl Klingberg - EV Zug (NLA)
    Linus Omark - Salavat Yulaev Ufa (KHL)
    Mario Kempe - Vityaz Podolsk (KHL)

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    Italy

    News from Team Italy:
    - Defenceman Michele Zanatta has been cut.
    - There still is hope that Alex Trivellato (Schwenningen/DEL) can play at the World Championship (suffered a shoulder injury in the first exhibition game against Austria).
    - Seems as if forward Giulio Scandella (Asiago/Alps Hockey League), after first deciling the invitation due to personal reasons, has changed his mind and will join Team Italy. Coach Stefan Mair especially wants him, as Italy is in desperate need of a sniper. Scandella has represented Italy at basically every event since the 2006 Olympics, so he would also add some very valuable experience. He would be one of only two "Italos" on the Italian team.

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    EHC 2017 - Norway - Slovakia, Game 1+2

    Norway - Slovakia 2-3 (0-2,1-0,1-1)
    0-1 LUKAS CINGEL (PAVOL SKALICKY) SH
    0-2 MICHEL MIKLIK (PETER CERESNAK) PP
    1-2 Patrick Thoresen (Aleksander Reichenberg, Erlend Lesund)
    2-2 Ken Andre Olimb (Patrick Thoresen) PP
    2-3 MARTIN BAKOS (ANDREJ KUDRNA)
    SOG: 28-26 PIM: 10-10 Att: 2390

    Norway - Slovakia 0-3 (0-0,0-1,0-2)
    0-1 TOMAS MATOUSEK (LUKAS KOZAK, TOMAS ZIGO)
    0-2 TOMAS ZIGO SH
    0-3 MICHEL MIKLIK (MARCEL HASCAK)
    SOG: 20-28 PIM: 4-4 Att: 2662

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    Norway Norway – Final Roster Announced

    Goaltenders:
    Lars Haugen – Färjestad (SHL)
    Henrik Haukeland - Leksands (SHL)
    Steffen Søberg - Vålerenga

    Defencemen:
    Jonas Holøs - Färjestad (SHL)
    Johannes Johannesen - Frölunda (SHL)
    Erlend Lesund - Mora (Allsvenskan)
    Mattias Nørstebø - Frölunda (SHL)
    Dennis Sveum - Stavanger
    Daniel Sørvik - HC Litvinov (CZE-Extraliga)
    Henrik Ødegaard - Frisk Asker
    Alexander Bonsaksen – Tappara (Liiga)

    Forwards:
    Anders Bastiansen - Frisk Asker
    Kristian Forsberg - Stavanger
    Jørgen Karterud - Linköping (SHL)
    Sondre Olden - Leksands (SHL)
    Ken Andre Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Mathis Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Mats Rosseli Olsen - Frölunda
    Thomas Valkvæ Olsen - Bofors (Allsvenskan)
    Aleksander Reichenberg - Storhamar
    Niklas Roest - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Patrick Thoresen – ZSC (NLA)
    Mathias Trettenes - Almtuna (Allsvenskan)
    Martin Røymark – Tappara (Liiga)
    Andreas Martinsen - Montreal Canadiens (NHL)

    This year’s IHWC will be the first for Norway under Petter Thoresen and after qualifying for the 2018 Olympics back in September, Norwegian hockey will be looking to finish the year on a strong note.

    While there has been a change behind the bench, it’s a roster very similar to recent year’s with returnees 17 (3+14) from the 2016 IHWC and with a couple of key players, who were absence last year also returning (Patrick Thoresen & Alexander Bonsaksen) Norway has a very seasoned team with plenty of international experience.

    4 Players (Forwards Aleksander Reichenberg, Jørgen Karterud, defenceman Erlend Lesund & goalie Henrik Haukeland) will be making their IHWC debut, and although most of Norway’s top talent is available for this year’s tournament some of the players missing, most notably captain Ole-Kristian Tollefsen and New York Rangers’ forward Mats Zuccarello (could be added latter though) would have improved the roster.

    For Norway solid goaltending and a strong team effort will be needed in order to stay competitive.

    Offensively players like Patrick Thoresen, Mathias & Ken-Andre Olimb will be expected to carry the load, but without secondary scoring, Norway could be hard pressed if they trail by more than one goal.

    Cuts:
    Villiam Strøm (D) – Lørenskog
    Michael Haga (F) - Örebro (SHL)


    Notable Players confirmed out:
    Mats Trygg (D) – Lørenskog – Opted out
    Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (D) - Färjestad (SHL) – Injury


    EHC 2017:
    Norway - Germany 5-1
    Norway - Germany 5-2
    Norway - Czech Republic 0-4
    Norway - Czech Republic 3-6
    Norway - Denmark 3-0
    Norway - Denmark 0-3
    Norway - Slovakia 2-3
    Norway - Slovakia 0-3

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    Finland Rosters as of April 30 :
    Finland[edit]
    A 26-player roster was announced on 9 April 2017.[29] It was renewed to 27 on 23 April 2017.[30]

    Head coach: Lauri Marjamäki

    No. Pos. Name Height Weight Birthdate Team
    4 D Tommi Kivistö 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) 89 kg (196 lb) June 7, 1991 (aged 25) Russia Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg
    5 D Lasse Kukkonen 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) 85 kg (187 lb) September 18, 1981 (aged 35) Finland Oulun Kärpät
    6 D Topi Jaakola 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 90 kg (200 lb) November 15, 1983 (aged 33) Finland Jokerit
    7 D Veli-Matti Vittasmäki 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) 98 kg (216 lb) July 3, 1990 (aged 26) Finland Ilves
    10 F Roope Hintz 1.89 m (6 ft 2 in) 84 kg (185 lb) November 17, 1996 (aged 20) Finland HIFK
    15 F Miro Aaltonen 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) 80 kg (180 lb) June 7, 1993 (aged 23) Russia HC Vityaz
    20 F Sebastian Aho 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) 80 kg (180 lb) July 26, 1997 (aged 19) United States Carolina Hurricanes
    22 F Sakari Manninen 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in) 71 kg (157 lb) February 10, 1992 (aged 25) Finland HPK
    23 F Joonas Kemppainen 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 100 kg (220 lb) April 7, 1988 (aged 29) Russia HC Sibir Novosibirsk
    27 F Markus Hännikäinen 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 86 kg (190 lb) March 26, 1993 (aged 24) United States Columbus Blue Jackets
    30 G Harri Säteri 1.87 m (6 ft 2 in) 97 kg (214 lb) December 29, 1989 (aged 27) Russia HC Vityaz
    31 G Juha Metsola 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in) 71 kg (157 lb) February 24, 1989 (aged 28) Russia Amur Khabarovsk
    32 G Joni Ortio 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) 84 kg (185 lb) April 16, 1991 (aged 26) Sweden Skellefteå AIK
    34 F Olli Palola 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in) 81 kg (179 lb) April 8, 1988 (aged 29) Sweden Växjö Lakers
    36 D Joonas Järvinen 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in) 97 kg (214 lb) January 5, 1989 (aged 28) China HC Kunlun Red Star
    37 F Mika Pyörälä 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) 81 kg (179 lb) July 13, 1981 (aged 35) Finland Oulun Kärpät
    38 D Juuso Hietanen 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) 85 kg (187 lb) June 14, 1985 (aged 31) Russia HC Dynamo Moscow
    39 F Jesse Puljujärvi 1.92 m (6 ft 4 in) 93 kg (205 lb) May 7, 1998 (aged 18) Canada Edmonton Oilers
    40 F Tomi Sallinen 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in) 80 kg (180 lb) February 11, 1989 (aged 28) China HC Kunlun Red Star
    41 F Antti Pihlström 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) 82 kg (181 lb) October 22, 1984 (aged 32) Finland Jokerit
    47 D Ville Lajunen 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) 88 kg (194 lb) March 8, 1988 (aged 29) Finland Jokerit
    50 F Juhamatti Aaltonen 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in) 85 kg (187 lb) June 4, 1985 (aged 31) Finland HIFK
    51 C Valtteri Filppula 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) 88 kg (194 lb) March 20, 1984 (aged 33) United States Philadelphia Flyers
    55 D Atte Ohtamaa 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in) 92 kg (203 lb) November 6, 1987 (aged 29) Russia Ak Bars Kazan
    60 D Julius Honka 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) 84 kg (185 lb) March 12, 1995 (aged 22) United States Dallas Stars
    62 F Oskar Osala 1.94 m (6 ft 4 in) 110 kg (240 lb) December 26, 1987 (aged 29) Russia Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    96 F Mikko Rantanen 1.92 m (6 ft 4 in) 98 kg (216 lb) October 29, 1996 (aged 20) United States Colorado Avalanche

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