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Thread: U18 Friendly Games France- Denmark, Chamonix (FRA), 24-26 August 2017

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    France U18 Friendly Games France- Denmark, Chamonix (FRA), 24-26 August 2017

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    • Denmark U18
    • France U18

    Schedule:

    24.08.2017
    France U18 - Denmark U18

    25.08.2017
    France U18 - Denmark U18

    26.08.2017
    France U18 - Denmark U18

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    Denmark Denmark - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    David Grubak - Bäcken Jrs. (SWE)
    Malte Jansen - Herning
    Mads Søgaard – Esbjerg

    Defencemen:
    Philip Petersen - Rødovre
    Magnus Koch – Rødovre
    Marco Petersen – Vojens
    Lasse Mortensen – Rødovre
    Gustav Dichow Nissen – Vojens
    Christoffer Frænell – Rødovre
    Max Vilstrup Olesen – Växjo Jrs. (SWE- SuperElit)

    Forwards:
    Malte Bønløkke - Hvidovre
    Oliver Kjær - Esbjerg
    Sebastian Sørensen - Rødovre
    Christoffer Åkesson - Aalborg
    Rasmus Simonsen - Rødovre
    Victor Cubars - Hvidovre
    Emil Bredvig – Tingsryd Jrs. (SWE)
    Mikkel Bertelsen – Frederikshavn
    Phillip Schultz – Rødovre
    Mikkel Pedersen – Tingsryd Jrs. (SWE)
    Lukas Bach Nielsen – Zug Jrs. (SUI- Elite Jr. A)
    Magnus Carlsen – Rødovre
    Frederik Kaels – Rødovre

    Only 2000-born players have been selected with 3 out of 4 possible skaters named from last year's WJC-18 D1A roster.

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    France France- Roster

    Goaltenders:
    ASSAYAG Ruben - Villard de Lans
    COMELLO Baptiste - Grenoble
    DUQUENNE Valentin - Rouen

    Defencemen:
    Hugo ALLAIS - Drumondville (CAN)
    ANDRAUD Evan - Clermont Ferrand
    BOURILLON Matis - Grenoble
    COFFY Valentin - HC 74
    COULAUD Yohan - Amiens
    PLAQUEVENT Nicolas - Rouen
    SCHMITT Charles - Gap

    Forwards:
    BARAVAGLIO Enzo - HC 74
    FABRE Dylan - Grenoble
    GALLET Jules - TPS Turku Jrs. (FIN)
    GUER Samuel - HC 74
    JOUBERT Paul - Gap
    LEPRIEULT Elias -Dijon
    MAINOT Paulin - Lausanne Jrs. (SUI)
    PLAGNAT Antonin - Amiens
    RABL Robin -Rouen
    ROUSSEAU Samuel - Strasbourg
    VITOU Louis - Anglet
    ZAGO Bastien - HC 74
    ZAVANI Arthur -Rouen

    http://www.hockeyfrance.com/files/Eq..._aout_2017.pdf

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    Game 1 - 24 August

    France U18 - Denmark U18 4-2 (1-1,3-0,0-1)
    SOG: N/A-N/A PIM: N/A-N/A Att: N/A

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    Goalscorers for Denmark was Mikkel Pedersen and Lucas Bach Nielsen

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    Goalscorers for France were Dylan Fabre (x2), Samuel Rousseau and Jules Gallet.

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    Game 2 - 25 August

    France U18 - Denmark U18 7-4 (3-2,3-0,1-2)
    SOG: N/A-N/A PIM: N/A-N/A Att: N/A

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    Game 3 - 26 August

    France U18 - Denmark U18 5-3 (0-0,1-1,4-2)
    SOG: N/A-N/A PIM: N/A-N/A Att: N/A

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    Fair to say that this wasn’t the opening (also a bit unexpected one) to the new season the Danish U18 team was looking for.

    Three matches, three losses and in addition to now having lost four straight against France at the U18 level, the Danish 2000-class is the first one not to clinch this series of yearly games between the two countries (With the exception of the 1998-class where it was decided to skip the games the 1995,1996,1997 and 1999-class all finished with a winning record).

    Next tournament for Denmark is in November against Belarus, Germany & Slovakia and it will be very interesting to see how they perform against those countries to say the least, as it should give some sort of indication on how much to read into the games against France.

    The Danish coaching staff is said to have been less than impressed with the players work effort, so there should be room for improvement.
    Last edited by Marras; 27-08-2017 at 11:21.

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    Goalscorers:

    Game 2
    France: Paul Joubert (x2), Enzo Baravaglio (x2), Paulin Mainot, Arthur Zavani, Dylan Fabre
    Denmark: Philip Schultz, Rasmus Simonsen, Christoffer Frænell, Sebastian Sørensen

    Game 3
    France: Arthur Zavani (x2), Hugo Allais, Enzo Baravaglio, Dylan Fabre
    Denmark: Philip Schultz, Lukas Bach Nielsen, Sebastian Sørensen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post
    Fair to say that this wasn’t the opening (also a bit unexpected one) to the new season the Danish U18 team was looking for.

    Three matches, three losses and in addition to now having lost four straight against France at the U18 level, the Danish 2000-class is the first one not to clinch this series of yearly games between the two countries (With the exception of the 1998-class where it was decided to skip the games the 1995,1996,1997 and 1999-class all finished with a winning record).

    Next tournament for Denmark is in November against Belarus, Germany & Slovakia and it will be very interesting to see how they perform against those countries to say the least, as it should give some sort of indication on how much to read into the games against France.

    The Danish coaching staff is said to have been less than impressed with the players work effort, so there should be room for improvement.
    A very disappointing outcome of the games, but I'm afraid that the 2000 born players are not better than this. It seems like there are no real high end talents unfortunately in this group of players. Well, nothing to do about it, it is just to hope that they will try harder in the next tournament.

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