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    Mens IHWC 2017 IIHF World Div.IB Championship - Belfast, Great Britain; 23-29 April

    Croatia
    Estonia
    Japan (Relagated from Div.IA)
    Lithuania
    Netherlands (Promoted from Div.IIA)
    Great Britain

    Tournament schedule:
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTimeVenue
    23/4 NetherlandsJapan 12:30 SSE Arena
    23/4 CroatiaGreat Britain16:00SSE Arena
    23/4 EstoniaLithuania19:30SSE Arena
    24/4 JapanCroatia12:30SSE Arena
    24/4 LithuaniaNetherlands 16:00SSE Arena
    24/4 Great BritainEstonia19:30 SSE Arena
    26/4 JapanEstonia 12:30SSE Arena
    26/4 NetherlandsCroatia16:00SSE Arena
    26/4 Great BritainLithuania 19:30SSE Arena
    28/4 LithuaniaJapan 12:30SSE Arena
    28/4 CroatiaEstonia 16:00SSE Arena
    28/4 Great BritainNetherlands 19:30SSE Arena
    29/4 LithuaniaCroatia 12:30SSE Arena
    29/4 EstoniaNetherlands 16:00SSE Arena
    29/4 JapanGreat Britain 19:30SSE Arena

    http://wmib2017.iihf.com/

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    Info Tournament Format

    The teams play a single round-robin series. Each teams plays each opponent once. The winning team of the event will be promoted to the Division I Group A. The last-ranked team will be relegated to Division II Group A.
    http://wmib2017.iihf.com/en/information/

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    Croatian preliminary roster

    Goalies:

    Mate Tomljenović – KHL Medveščak
    Vito Nikolić – KHL Medveščak
    Ivan Štimac Rojtinić – KHL Mladost
    Vilim Rosandić – HC Detva

    Defenders:

    Nikola Senzel - KHL Medveščak
    Marko Tadić - KHL Medveščak
    Martin Pleško – KHL Medveščak
    Domen Vedlin – KHL Medveščak
    Jan Smolec – KHL Medveščak
    Marko Ljubić – KHL Mladost
    Bruno Kegalj – KHL Zagreb
    Igor Jačmenjak – KHL Zagreb
    Fran Srketić – KHL Zagreb
    Borna Šilović – Annecy
    Ivan Puzic – HC Poruba
    Mark Katic – Skelleftea AIK
    Andy Sertich – Nottingham Panthers
    Geoff Waugh – Nottingham Panthers

    Forwards:

    Luka Mikulić - KHL Medveščak
    Ivan Brenčun - KHL Medveščak
    Ivan Janković – KHL Medveščak
    Matija Miličić – KHL Medveščak
    Michael Glumac – KHL Medveščak
    Nathan Perkovich – KHL Medveščak
    Tomislav Zanoški – KHL Medveščak
    Marko Šakić – KHL Medveščak
    Josip Jazbec – KHL Medveščak
    Tadija Mirić - KHL Mladost
    Bruno Fičur – KHL Mladost
    Mislav Blagus - KHL Zagreb
    Luka Jarčov – KHL Zagreb
    Ivo Kaleb – KHL Zagreb
    Borna Rendulić – Utica Comets
    Dominik Kanaet – HC Dubnica
    Luka Vukoja – Sorhaga Alingsas
    David Brine – Cardiff Devils

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    Great Britain Great Britain - Camp Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Ben Bowns - Cardiff Devils
    Stephen Murphy - Belfast Giants
    Thomas Murdy - Cardiff Devils

    Defencemen:
    Josh Batch - Cardiff Devils
    Mark Garside - Belfast Giants
    Steve Lee - Nottingham Panthers
    Ben O’Connor - Sheffield Steelers
    David Phillips - Sheffield Steelers
    Mark Richardson - Cardiff Devils
    Zach Sullivan - Braehead Clan
    Paul Swindlehurst - Manchester Storm
    Jonathan Weaver - Telford Tigers

    Forwards:
    Brendan Brooks - Fife Flyers
    David Clarke - Nottingham Panthers
    Russell Cowley - Coventry Blaze
    Robert Dowd - Sheffield Steelers
    Sam Duggan - Örebro Jrs. (SuperElit-SWE)
    Robert Farmer - Nottingham Panthers
    Luke Ferrara - Sheffield Steelers
    Robert Lachowicz - Nottingham Panthers
    Evan Mosey - Rockford Ice Hogs (AHL)
    Matthew Myers - Cardiff Devils
    Craig Peacock - Braehead Clan
    Jonathan Phillips - Sheffield Steelers
    Jack Prince - Manchester Storm
    Colin Shields - Belfast Giants
    Liam Stewart - Coventry Blaze
    Ross Venus - Coventry Blaze

    https://www.icehockeyuk.co.uk/2017/0...-man-gb-squad/
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    Netherlands will play two pre-tournament games against Japan. April 19th at Dordrecht and april 20th at Tilburg.
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    GB are due to play POLAND in two pre-tournament challenge games in England.
    14th April in Nottingham and 15th April in Coventry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Betterman View Post
    Netherlands will play two pre-tournament games against Japan. April 19th at Dordrecht and april 20th at Tilburg.
    will tilburg finish its season on time so all tilburg players can join NT ? I see they are in 1/4 finals now and it is already 6th April.

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    If Rendulic plays Croatia wins the group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plissken View Post
    If Rendulic plays Croatia wins the group.
    Rendulic played last year. So what? Fourth place. Or Rendulic this year reached the level of Lemieux?))

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    Quote Originally Posted by plissken View Post
    If Rendulic plays Croatia wins the group.
    No, this group is serious hockey which can't be won by one player. Did Lithuania win it in 2014 when they had Zubrus (1000 nhl games over 500 pts) ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dionissimo View Post
    Rendulic played last year. So what? Fourth place. Or Rendulic this year reached the level of Lemieux?))
    Game between Ukraine and Croatia last year was actually more equal than result shows it. We had more shots than UKR, solid chances , but our goalie simply played terrible game. Three of four goals is on him. :)


    I will use this post to project our result this year.

    If everybody shows up we will have good enough team to challenge GBR and JPN for first place. If few players doesn't show (Glumac, Puzić are questionable) we still should finish 3rd.

    I can't wait for this to start, this season was so frustrating, led by Medvescak and their reselling every possible player. I almost lost all my passion for watching hockey , hopefully our NT will restore it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Game between Ukraine and Croatia last year was actually more equal than result shows it. We had more shots than UKR, solid chances , but our goalie simply played terrible game. Three of four goals is on him. :)
    I was in Zagreb last year and saw the game live. And I wouldnt say that Croatia had a chance with Ukraine. Sorry, its my opinion) But its possible that Croatia will be better this year. But still I think that GB will win. They wos the best team last year in Zagreb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dionissimo View Post
    I was in Zagreb last year and saw the game live. And I wouldnt say that Croatia had a chance with Ukraine. Sorry, its my opinion) But its possible that Croatia will be better this year. But still I think that GB will win. They wos the best team last year in Zagreb
    Brits are favourite, but I base my optimism on fact that we potentially can ice better team than in 2014. when we beat them 4:0. :) it will be interesting tourney for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Brits are favourite, but I base my optimism on fact that we potentially can ice better team than in 2014. when we beat them 4:0. :) it will be interesting tourney for sure.
    Good luck for Croatia, of course;) I liked your team last year. And I had a nice time in Zagreb) Nice city and wounderfull people

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dionissimo View Post
    Good luck for Croatia, of course;) I liked your team last year. And I had a nice time in Zagreb) Nice city and wounderfull people
    Yes, there were few ukrainian fans zg last year. One of them had Azov brigade flag :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    Yes, there were few ukrainian fans zg last year. One of them had Azov brigade flag :D
    Yea, it were me and my wife with flag;)

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    British will have an experienced team and entire "Barmy Army" on the stands. If they take a lead, it is very difficult to snatch the victory (Ukrainians managed thanks to their magnificent goalie). On the other hand, British team is full of third and fourth liners who can't turn defeat into a victory, unless they play Croatians when they tied with 5 seconds before the end of the third period and then scored in 11th second of the over time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dionissimo View Post
    Yea, it were me and my wife with flag;)
    Then regards for you and your wife :)

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    IIHF IHWC DIV.IB - Pre-tournament game - 14 April - National Ice Centre - Nottingham

    Great Britain - Poland 1-4 (0-3,1-1,0-0)
    SOG: 21-35 PIM: 6-10 Att: 3000
    Last edited by Marras; 16-04-2017 at 07:38.

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    Where was the game played?

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    Croatia played two friendly games against Dubnica (SVK - 1 for 17/18) and won 5:2 and 8:1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post
    Great Britain - Poland 1-4 (0-3,1-1,0-0)
    SOG: 21-35 PIM: 6-10 Att: 3000
    Nottingham

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    IIHF IHWC DIV.IB - Pre-tournament game - 15 April - Sky Dome Arena - Coventry

    Great Britain - Poland 5-4 SO (1-2,2-0,1-2)
    SOG: N/A-N/A PIM: N/A-N/A Att: 3000

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    Great Britain Great Britain - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Ben Bowns - Cardiff Devils
    Stephen Murphy - Belfast Giants
    Thomas Murdy - Cardiff Devils

    Defencemen:
    Mark Garside - Belfast Giants
    Steve Lee - Nottingham Panthers
    Ben O’Connor - Sheffield Steelers
    David Phillips - Sheffield Steelers
    Mark Richardson - Cardiff Devils
    Paul Swindlehurst - Manchester Storm
    Jonathan Weaver - Telford Tigers

    Forwards:
    Brendan Brooks - Fife Flyers
    David Clarke - Nottingham Panthers
    Russell Cowley - Coventry Blaze
    Robert Dowd - Sheffield Steelers
    Sam Duggan - Örebro Jrs. (SuperElit-SWE)
    Robert Farmer - Nottingham Panthers
    Robert Lachowicz - Nottingham Panthers
    Evan Mosey - Rockford Ice Hogs (AHL)
    Matthew Myers - Cardiff Devils
    Craig Peacock - Braehead Clan
    Jonathan Phillips - Sheffield Steelers
    Colin Shields - Belfast Giants
    Liam Stewart - Coventry Blaze

    https://www.icehockeyuk.co.uk/2017/0...d-for-belfast/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapshot View Post
    will tilburg finish its season on time so all tilburg players can join NT ? I see they are in 1/4 finals now and it is already 6th April.
    No, they won't. They have just qualified for the Oberliga finals so their players are not available.
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    I wonder what good does the membership in Oberliga bring to Tilburg and Dutch hockey in general.

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    If I interpret this picture correctly, team Estonia has trained with the following line-ups:

    Vorang-A.Petrov-Fedoruk
    Sibirtsev-Andrejev-Titarenko
    Gornostajev-Embrich-Vasjonkin
    Fursa-Arrak-Parras
    Kuznetsov-Lubobratets-Russ/Smirnov

    Lahesalu-Svarogin
    Kettunen-Ossipov
    J.Petrov-Sorokin
    Novikov-Slessarevski

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater

    With no Rooba, Makrov and Kombe. Maybe they will join the team later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susi View Post
    With no Rooba, Makrov and Kombe. Maybe they will join the team later.
    Rooba still has the Finnish Liiga third place game on 21 April, he is set to join the team right before the tournament. Kombe isn't even on the entry list. No idea about Makrov.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom` View Post
    Rooba still has the Finnish Liiga third place game on 21 April, he is set to join the team right before the tournament. Kombe isn't even on the entry list. No idea about Makrov.
    Kombe is with this list:

    http://www.icehockey.ee/meistriliiga...eeninglaagrit/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susi View Post
    OK, cool. He wasn't listed on the IIHF one: http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/618/IHM6...2E_5_0_EST.pdf

    Lots of last minute decisions as always.

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    Makrov joins the team today, Rooba in Belfast.
    Brian Burke: "True leaders don’t need a letter on their chest. They still lead. Teemu is like that."

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    Croatian roster

    Goalies:

    Mate Tomljenović – KHL Medveščak
    Vilim Rosandić – HC Detva

    Defenders:

    Marko Tadić - KHL Medveščak
    Domen Vedlin – KHL Medveščak
    Jan Smolec – KHL Medveščak
    Marko Ljubić – KHL Mladost
    Igor Jačmenjak – KHL Zagreb
    Borna Šilović – Annecy
    Andy Sertich – Nottingham Panthers

    Forwards:

    Luka Mikulić - KHL Medveščak
    Ivan Brenčun - KHL Medveščak
    Ivan Janković – KHL Medveščak
    Matija Miličić – KHL Medveščak
    Nathan Perkovich – KHL Medveščak
    Tomislav Zanoški – KHL Medveščak
    Marko Šakić – KHL Medveščak
    Tadija Mirić - KHL Mladost
    Mislav Blagus - KHL Zagreb
    Luka Jarčov – KHL Zagreb
    Borna Rendulić – Utica Comets
    Dominik Kanaet – HC Dubnica
    David Brine – Cardiff Devils

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    Big cheers for Đebo. Its nice to see him in roster

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    Estonia:

    Villem-Henrik KOITMAA (03.10.1990) – Dunaújvárosi Acélbikák (HUN)
    Roman ŠUMIHHIN (06.09.1991) – HC Tallinn

    Marko KETTUNEN (12.06.1986) – HC Viking
    Lauri LAHESALU (29.03.1979) – klubita
    Saveli NOVIKOV (22.05.1999) – HC Viking
    Aleksandr OSSIPOV (07.08.1987) – Halmstad HF (SWE)
    Jegor PETROV (16.09.1997) – HC Viking
    Jaanus SOROKIN (09.02.1986) – HC Tallinn
    Filipp ŠVARŐGIN (28.01.1987) – HC Viking

    Roman ANDREJEV (05.06.1990) – Borĺs HC (SWE)
    Robert ARRAK (01.04.1999) – Cedar Rapids Roughriders (USA)
    Riho EMBRICH (10.03.1993) – JYP-Akatemia Jyväskylä (FIN)
    Daniil FURSA (06.04.1997) – Hermes Kokkola (FIN)
    Artjom GORNOSTAJEV (17.08.1993) – Muik Hockey Nykarleby (FIN)
    Konstantin LJUBOBRATETS (18.05.1995) – IFK Mariehamn (FIN)
    Andrei MAKROV (14.12.1979) – GKS Tychy (POL)
    Kevin PARRAS (04.10.1994) – JHT Kalajoki (FIN)
    Aleksandr PETROV (25.03.1983) – Hockey Milano Rossoblu (ITA)
    Robert ROOBA (02.09.1993) – JYP Jyväskylä (FIN)
    Aleksei SIBIRTSEV (05.12.1987) – Halmstad HF (SWE)
    Vassili TITARENKO (13.12.1985) – HC Tallinn
    Vadim VASJONKIN (30.04.1996) – Philadelphia Junior Flyers (USA)

    cuts: Seppenen, Slessarevski, Kuznetsov, Fedoruk, Vorang, Russ, Smirnov

    source: http://www.icehockey.ee/meistriliiga...lfasti-mm-iks/

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    The Netherlands

    Quote Originally Posted by Betterman View Post
    No, they won't. They have just qualified for the Oberliga finals so their players are not available.
    Tilburg Bad Tolz 3-2 1-0 in serie.

    Translation what the Dutch coach Chris Eimers say:

    Also, the players were missing last season of Tilburg but was nevertheless with conviction in the Spanish Jaca scooped up the world title in Division IIA. Especially defensive, however, there are concerns. E: ' If you go to the six defenders of last year, is now only Niels van der Vossen available. Erik Tummers, Ali Smith and Guido Vols are stopped, Boet van Gestel plays with Tilburg in the Oberliga and Mark Hall is not available due to work. Five of the best defenders of play Netherlands at Tilburg and who are also not available. That's a tricky situation if you are a level higher. The level difference between IIA and IB is enormous. '

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    It would be very difficult to stay in this division.

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    Is there a link to a live stream upcoming?

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    Info Live Stream

    http://wmib2017.iihf.com/en/live-stream/

    Note: The live stream is intended at countries without a broadcast partner and games may be geo-blocked in countries with broadcast agreements in place

    Estonia: TV6
    Great Britain: Premier Sports, BBC Radio Sport
    Ireland: Premier Sports
    Lithuania: TV6
    Poland: TVP Poland

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    Netherlands had huge troubles against Japan. 6:1 loss - numbers look better than the game and that does not promise good.
    Brian Burke: "True leaders don’t need a letter on their chest. They still lead. Teemu is like that."

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    Why Robert Rooba doesn't play although he is in the line-up?

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    Japan does not look so great

    This is coming down to Croatia or Britain

    If Croatia beats Japan anything is possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by plissken View Post
    Japan does not look so great

    This is coming down to Croatia or Britain

    If Croatia beats Japan anything is possible

    No, Croatia is out of promotion....I hope you are not serious....

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    Rooba. His luggage (hockey gear) arrived before 3rd period.
    Last edited by ahtikullervo; 24-04-2017 at 15:14.
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    My prediction is
    GB-JAP for promotion
    LTU-CRO for bronze
    EST-NED for relegation

    For us, without Armalis in net it will be much harder to achieve bronze, like we did it last three years in a row. But still, it's sports and anything can happen in the rink. They're always making some good and some bad surprises there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niaure View Post
    My prediction is
    GB-JAP for promotion
    LTU-CRO for bronze
    EST-NED for relegation

    For us, without Armalis in net it will be much harder to achieve bronze, like we did it last three years in a row. But still, it's sports and anything can happen in the rink. They're always making some good and some bad surprises there
    My predicts is that Lithuania has also good chances to promote. The team has changed more equal with years. They showed great defense against Estonia and Pavliukov has been succesful this and last year. Bigger lost is Alisauskas.

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    The level between team Lithuania and team Netherlands is huge today.

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    What has happened with Ališauskas and Dalhuisen?

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    Alisauskas stuck in the playoffs with his club. Also very important players Kumeliauskas brothers are missing due to injuries
    ... If only Kasparaitis could play for his National team :083:

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    Dalhuisen

    Quote Originally Posted by Drax View Post
    What has happened with Ališauskas and Dalhuisen?
    Dalhuisen are in the play-off in russia second division.
    Nagtzaam can not play wednesday because of an funerel. We miss also the players from Tilburg

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