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    Austria Österreich Cup (EIHC), Innsbruck (AUT), 9-11 November 2017

    Teams:

    Austria
    Denmark
    Korea
    Norway

    Schedule:

    09-11-2017
    Denmark - Korea
    Austria - Norway

    10-11-2017
    Norway - Denmark
    Austria - Korea

    11-11-2017
    Korea - Norway
    Austria - Denmark

    Scores
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    Info Livestream

    Games:
    Austria - Norway
    Austria - Korea
    Austria - Denmark

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    Norway Norway - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Lars Haugen - Färjestad (SHL)
    Henrik Haukeland - Timrå (Allsvenskan)
    Henrik Holm - Stavanger

    Defencemen:
    Alexander Bonsaksen - Iserlohn (DEL)
    Nicolai Bryhnisveen - Dukla Jihlava (Czech-EXTRALIGA)
    Stefan Espeland - Ilves (Liiga)
    Jonas Holøs - Fribourg (NLA)
    Johannes Johannesen - Frölunda (SHL)
    Christian Kåsastul - Vita Hästen (Allsvenskan)
    Erlend Lesund - Mora (SHL)
    Villiam Strøm - Stavanger

    Forwards:
    Anders Bastiansen - Frisk Asker
    Robin Dahlstrøm - Storhamar
    Kristian Forsberg - Stavanger
    Michael Haga - Mora (SHL)
    Tommy Kristiansen - Krefeld Pinguine (DEL)
    Ken André Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Mathis Olimb - Linköping (SHL)
    Mats Rosseli Olsen - Frölunda (SHL)
    Thomas Olsen - Stavanger
    Aleksander Reichenberg - Sparta Praha (Czech-EXTRALIGA)
    Niklas Roest - Sparta Sarpsborg
    Martin Røymark - Modo (Allsvenskan)
    Eirik Salsten - Stavanger
    Patrick Thoresen - Storhamar
    Mathias Trettenes - Krefeld (DEL)

    Roster Update:

    Out:
    Mattias Nørstebø - Frölunda (SHL)
    Daniel Sørvik - Litvinov (Czech-EXTRALIGA)
    Martin Laumann Ylven - Vålerenga
    Last edited by Marras; 07-11-2017 at 19:10.

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    Austria Austria - Roster

    Team AUT head coach Roger Bader has nominated a 28 player roster for the tournament in Innsbruck. Players from Red Bull Salzburg have been left out due to their CHL play-off involvement. Same goes for Malmö Redhawks forward Lukas Haudum. As usual a fairly young roster with an avg age of 25 and no player older than 30. Dominic Zwerger who had a very solid career in the WHL and is now in his first senior season 2nd best scorer of his NLA team Ambri-Piotta will make his senior NT debut.

    .... GP-G-A-PIM
    GK:
    HERZOG Lukas GK 183 77 1993 L EC VSV (AUT) 3 0 0 0
    KICKERT David GK 187 77 1994 L EC VSV (AUT) 33 0 0 0
    MADLENER David GK 189 88 1992 L EC-KAC (AUT) 24 0 0 0

    D:
    BRUNNER Nico D 181 77 1992 L EC VSV (AUT) 12 0 0 0
    DULLER Christoph D 188 93 1994 R EC-KAC (AUT) 8 0 0 10
    HACKL Dominic D 188 86 1996 L Vienna Capitals (AUT) 4 0 0 0
    KIRCHSCHLÄGER Erik D 177 80 1996 L EHC Linz (AUT) 16 1 2 2
    LINDNER Philipp D 185 97 1995 L HC Innsbruck (AUT) 6 0 1 2
    PETER Patrick D 183 90 1994 R Vienna Capitals (AUT) 21 0 2 30
    SCHLACHER Markus D 185 87 1987 R EC VSV (AUT) 52 3 10 47
    ULMER Stefan D 175 80 1990 R HC Lugano (SUI) 52 5 22 24
    UNTERWEGER Clemens D 183 84 1992 L Graz99ers (AUT) 11 2 1 4
    WOLF Bernd D 177 81 1997 L SC Bern (SUI) 4 0 1 4


    F:
    BISCHOFBERGER Johannes F 172 70 13.07.1994 L EC-KAC (AUT) 2 0 1 0
    BRUCKER Marco F 182 81 1991 R EC-KAC (AUT) 10 1 2 4
    FISCHER Mario F 188 90 1989 L Vienna Capitals (AUT) 44 2 3 28
    GANAHL Manuel F 182 78 1990 L EC-KAC (AUT) 52 7 12 18
    HARTL Nikolaus F 180 77 1991 R Vienna Capitals (AUT) 7 1 1 6
    HOFER Fabio F 170 75 1991 R EHC Linz (AUT) 26 5 8 6
    HUNDERTPFUND Thomas F 190 97 1989 L EC-KAC (AUT) 85 12 32 50
    KOMAREK Konstantin F 179 88 1992 L Karlskrona HK (SWE) 43_ 11 16 14
    LEBLER Brian F 191 96 1988 L EHC Linz (AUT) 53 27 16 30
    OBERKOFLER Daniel F 183 77 1988 L Graz99ers (AUT) 87 6 18 18
    OBRIST Patrick F 185 90 1993 L EHC Kloten (SUI) 16 0 1 2
    ROTTER Rafael F 175 79 1987 R Vienna Capitals (AUT) 44 3 15 56
    SPANNRING Patrick F 184 90 1990 L EHC Linz (AUT) 13 1 1 10
    WOGER Daniel F 185 82 1988 R Graz99ers (AUT) 40 6 4 14 14
    ZWERGER Dominic F 183 93 1996 L HC Ambri-Piotta (SUI) 0 0 0 0

    Changes after roster publication:

    in
    KRAGL Gerd D (Blackwings Linz/EK Zell am See)
    STRONG Steven D (KAC)
    SCHNETZER Ramon D (KAC)
    JAKUBIZTKA Daniel D (Red Bull Salzburg)
    RICHTER Marco F (KAC)

    out
    SCHLACHER Markus D (Villacher SV)
    BRUNNER Nico D (Villacher SV)
    SPANNRING Patrick F (Blackwings Linz)
    ROTTER Rafael F (Vienna Capitals)
    BISCHOFBERGER Johannes F (KAC)
    Last edited by RexKramer; 10-11-2017 at 15:49.

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    Korea Korea - Roster

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

    Defencemen:
    Yeong Jun Seo - Daemyung (ALIH)
    Bryan Young - Daemyung (ALIH)
    Hyon Ho Oh - Daemyung (ALIH)
    Hyung Gon Cho - Sangmu
    Don Ku Lee - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Eric Regan - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Alex Plante - Anyang Halla (ALIH)
    Won-Jun Kim - Anyang Halla (ALIH)

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

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    Denmark Denmark - Roster

    Goaltenders:
    Thomas Lillie - Frederikshavn
    Sebastian Feuk - Rungsted

    Defencemen:
    Stefan Lassen - Pelicans (Liiga)
    Markus Lauridsen - Red Bull München (DEL)
    Matias Lassen – Mora (SHL)
    Nicolas B. Jensen – Bremerhaven (DEL)
    Nicolai Weichel – Herning
    Emil Kristensen – Kookoo (Liiga)
    Phillip Bruggisser - Esbjerg

    Forwards:
    Patrick Bjørkstrand - Kookoo (Liiga)
    Mathias From – Rögle (SHL)
    Kristian Jensen – Frederikshavn
    Morten Poulsen - HC Innsbruck (EBEL)
    Jonas Røndbjerg - Växjö (SHL)
    Morten Madsen – Karlskrona (SHL)
    Jesper Jensen – Brynäs (SHL)
    Julian Jacobsen – Aalborg
    Felix Maegaard Scheel – Esbjerg
    Søren Nielsen – Odense
    Mikkel Højbjerg - Aalborg
    Matthias Asperup - Rødovre
    Lasse Lassen - Herning

    A fairly balanced Danish team with a mix of established veterans with plenty of IHWC experienced and younger players, primarily from the Danish Elite League.

    In net, usual starter Sebastian Dahm is still recovering from an injury and the absence (Likely opted to stay with his club Södertälje in the Allsvenskan) of George Sørensen has given the opportunity to both Nicolaj Henriksen and Thomas Lillie.

    While Henriksen made his senior debut last season, Lillie has yet to play for Denmark at this level.

    As for other notable players left out of the roster, in addition to the absence of Dahm, Denmark’s 5 KHL’ers plus Malmö forwards Nichlas Hardt & Frederik Storm and München winger Mads Christensen are also missing.

    Defensively it’s a very solid group and includes 6 returnees from Denmark’s 2017 IHWC roster (Stefan Lassen was absence duo to an injury).

    Offensively, Vegas Golden Knights’ prospect Jonas Røndbjerg makes his senior national team’s debut and a couple of players, namely Patrick Bjørkstrand (played last year in the AHL) and Brynäs’ center Jesper Jensen (Injuries) are once again available. Rounding out the forward-position is a lot of familiar names combined with players, who at some point could land a roster spot on Denmark’s IHWC team.

    In other year’s Denmark would likely have used such a tournament as this one to ice more of a development team, but with the 2018 IHWC on home-ice getting closer it makes sense to focus more on the players most likely to make the team come May.

    The games against Norway and Korea will be very interesting as it’s the first and only time Denmark plays them before this year’s IHWC and with both countries (based on the present rosters) being a lot closer to their strongest lineup, it should be a good test.

    Roster Update:

    Out:
    Daniel Nielsen – Herning
    Martin Højbjerg – Aalborg
    Nicolaj Henriksen - Esbjerg - Injured during practice
    Last edited by Marras; 09-11-2017 at 22:30. Reason: Roster updated

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    Day 1 - 9 November - Scores

    Denmark - Korea 7-4 (1-1,3-2,3-1)
    0-1 Radunske (Kim K., Seo Y.) PP
    1-1 Bruggisser (Lauridsen, Jacobsen) PP
    2-1 Kristensen (Højbjerg, Jacobsen)
    3-1 Asperup
    3-2 Cho M.
    4-2 Højbjerg (Jacobsen, Kristensen) SH
    4-3 Testwuide (Kim K.)
    5-3 Madsen (Poulsen) PP
    6-3 Lassen M. (Jacobsen, Lassen L.)
    7-3 Røndbjerg (From)
    7-4 Testwuide (Radunske , Kim K.) PP
    SOG: 34-23 PIM: 12-12 Att: 200

    Austria - Norway 2-3 OT (1-0,0-0,1-2,0-2)
    1-0 Zwerger (Ulmer, Oberkofler)
    1-1 Bastiansen A. (Thoresen, Espeland)
    1-2 Olimb M. (Olimb K., Bonsaksen) PP
    2-2 Hundertpfund (Lebler) PP
    2-3 Olimb M. (Thoresen) PP
    SOG: 22-23 PIM: 35-8 Att: 700

    Video Highlight:
    http://www.laola1.tv/de-at/video/201...h-norwegen-lde
    Last edited by RexKramer; 10-11-2017 at 15:51. Reason: Link highlight video added

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    Day 2 - 10 November - Scores

    Norway - Denmark 0-2 (0-0,0-1,0-1)
    0-1 Jesper Jensen (Emil Kristensen) PP
    0-2 Morten Poulsen (Jesper Jensen, Morten Madsen) PP
    SOG: 25-23 PIM: 8-6 Att: 300

    Austria - Korea 8-3 (4-1,3-1,1-1)
    0-1 Kim Ki Sung (Michael William Testwuide, Kim Sang Wook) 0:38
    1-1 Manuel Ganahl (Daniel Woger, Steven Strong)
    2-1 Manuel Ganahl (Konstantin Komarek, Daniel Woger)
    3-1 Stefan Ulmer (Daniel Woger)
    4-1 Daniel Woger (Manuel Ganahl, Stefan Ulmer)
    5-1 Manuel Ganahl (Konstantin Komarek, Martin Ulmer)
    6-1 Thomas Hundertpfund (Fabio Hofer, Brian Lebler) PP
    7-1 Brian Lebler SH
    7-2 Cho Min Ho PP
    7-3 Kim Sang Wook
    8-3 Thomas Hundertpfund (Gerd Kragl, Erik Kirchschlager)
    SOG: 37-25 PIM: 6-6 Att: 700

    Highlights:
    https://www.laola1.tv/en-int/video/h...tria-korea-len

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marras View Post
    Austria - Korea 8-3 (4-1,3-1,1-1)
    0-1 Kim Ki Sung (Michael William Testwuide, Kim Sang Wook) 0:38
    1-1 Manuel Ganahl (Daniel Woger, Steven Strong)
    2-1 Manuel Ganahl (Konstantin Komarek, Daniel Woger)
    3-1 Stefan Ulmer (Daniel Woger)
    4-1 Daniel Woger (Manuel Ganahl, Stefan Ulmer)
    5-1 Manuel Ganahl (Konstantin Komarek, Martin Ulmer)
    6-1 Thomas Hundertpfund (Fabio Hofer, Brian Lebler) PP
    7-1 Brian Lebler SH
    7-2 Cho Min Ho PP
    7-3 Kim Sang Wook
    8-3 Thomas Hundertpfund (Gerd Kragl, Erik Kirchschlager)
    SOG: 37-25 PIM: 6-6 Att: 700

    Highlights:
    https://www.laola1.tv/en-int/video/h...tria-korea-len
    That looks like a wild game which prompts me to say that I have no idea who my ISP is but them. It went kaput right after they came back from the early delay due to the broken bench door.
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    AUT-KOR got commented as being a meaningless game from a pov of the hosts asa the Koreans despite the early lead were not very competitive. In this shape they will get slaughtered at the Olympics and IHWC. KAC fans are probably very positive about the game as forward Manuel Ganahl who hasn't scored in ages in the club jersey probably broke his scoring curse with the hattrick.

    Right now AUT-DEN is on, 0-0 after the first, fairly even and kind of boring game. No doors broken so far ;-)

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    Day 3 - 11 November - Scores

    Korea - Norway 1-5 (0-1,0-2,1-2)
    0-1 Kristian Forsberg (Mathias Trettenes) PP
    0-2 Aleksander Reichenberg (Mats Rosseli Olsen) PP
    0-3 Martin Røymark (Villiam Strøm, Niklas Roest)
    0-4 Anders Bastiansen (Johannes Johannesen, Thomas Olsen)
    0-5 Eirik Salsten (Tommy Kristiansen, Anders Bastiansen)
    1-5 Brock Radunske (Sang Wook Kim, Ki Sung Kim)
    SOG: 26-41 PIM: 12-8 Att: 200

    Austria - Denmark 1-2 (0-0,0-1,1-1)
    0-1 Lasse Lassen (Jesper Jensen)
    1-1 Thomas HUNDERTPFUND (Fabio HOFER, Erik KIRCHSCHLÄGER)
    1-2 Jonas Røndbjerg (Jesper Jensen, Mikkel Højbjerg)
    SOG: 28-20 PIM: 4-10 Att: 1600

    Highlights:
    https://www.laola1.tv/en-int/video/2...ia-denmark-len

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    Denmark clinches the tournament with today’s win over Austria.

    The two countries will meet again in February (alongside Latvia and France) when Denmark hosts its own EIHC tournament.

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    And in the third period we did indeed witness another broken bench door!
    After the equalizer the Austrians got the momentum and pushed for the go ahead goal and as only a regulation time win would give the hosts the tournament victory the goalie (Thomas Höneckl this time) got pulled and DK got the empty netter and first place while AUT has to settle with 3rd place after Norway. Congrats to the DIU team!

    From an Austrian perspective the tourney was pretty ok. The team is absolutely on par with the opponents in terms of skating and speed but definitely has a lack of creating chances and organising its game offensively, especially with the man advantage. Austria had 5 lines of forwards and defensemen with one block sitting out at each game (first 2 lines played all three games). Didn't make a big difference who was on 3rd and 4th lines however.

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