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    Quote Originally Posted by takharov
    Surely Kosechkin is in now ? (is he injured ?) :scratchhe
    I have no idea, but I think it'll rather be Fomichev (CSKA), Zvyagin (Dinamo) and Barulin (of Spartak Moscow).
    Though we still don't know if Sokolov's injury is serious enough to miss the IHWC. Fingers crossed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serbaz
    I have no idea, but I think it'll rather be Fomichev (CSKA), Zvyagin (Dinamo) and Barulin (of Spartak Moscow).
    Though we still don't know if Sokolov's injury is serious enough to miss the IHWC. Fingers crossed...
    Fomich is cool enough from what I saw in Riga last week. I would go with him rather than with Max. Besides, Bryzgalov should be available by the beginning of WC :003: ...
    Nothing to declare.

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    Ivo Jan, F (Krefeld Penguins) and Miha Rebolj, D (Acroni Jesenice) are out of Slovenian team for this championship, both due to injury.

    So far, this is the roster:

    Team Slovenia roster
    Number Name year of birth team
    Vratarji (GK)
    1. Robert KRISTAN 1983 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    2. Gaber GLAVIČ 1978 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    3. Andrej HOČEVAR 1984 HDD ZM Olimpija
    Branilci (D)
    4. Robert CIGLENEČKI 1974 HC Cortina, ITA
    5. Aleš KRANJC 1981 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    6. Boštjan GROZNIK 1982 HDD ZM Olimpija
    7. Mitja SOTLAR 1979 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    8. Jurij GOLIČIČ 1981 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    9. Jakob MILOVANOVIČ 1984 Hk Triglav Kranj
    10. Uroš VIDMAR 1980 Hk VTZ Slavija
    11. Mitja ROBAR 1983 HDD ZM Olimpija
    12. Elvis BEŠLAGIČ 1973 Bremenhaven, GER
    13. Žiga SVETE 1985 HDD ZM Olimpija
    Napadalci (F)
    14. Tomaž RAZINGAR 1979 HC Pardubice, CZE
    15. Anže KOPITAR 1987 Södertälje SK, SWE
    16. Marcel RODMAN 1981 Graz 99ers, AUT
    17. Dejan KONTREC 1970 Hk VTZ Slavija
    18. David RODMAN 1983 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    19. Jaka AVGUSTINČIČ 1976 HK VTZ Slavija
    20. Andrej HEBAR 1984 Hk VTZ Slavija
    21. Dejan VARL 1973 HK Acroni Jesenice
    22. Rok PAJIČ 1985 HC Bily Tigry Liberec, CZE
    23. Gregor POLONČIČ 1981 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    24. Boris PRETNAR 1978 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    25. Luka ŽAGAR 1978 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    26. Anže TERLIKAR 1980 Hk Acroni Jesenice
    27. Mitja ŠIVIC 1979 HDD ZM Olimpija
    28. Egon MURIČ 1982 HDD ZM Olimpija
    29. Tomi HAFNER 1980 Hk Acroni Jesenice

    25 players will travel to Latvia, there are still four players to be excluded. Final roster will probably known after friendly game against USA on May 2nd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skratch
    Fomich is cool enough from what I saw in Riga last week. I would go with him rather than with Max. Besides, Bryzgalov should be available by the beginning of WC :003: ...
    I doubt very much that we'll see Bryzgalov at the IHWC. From the interviews Krikunov gave after Russia lost to Slovakia at the Olympics it seems clear that Krikunov is really disappointed with Bryzgalov.
    And also he said recently that the team playing at the LG games will be playing at the IHWC, and the only NHL re-enforcement that he's expecting is Ovechkin (but what a re-enforcement that is!) :)

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    The US named 15 of the first 23 players to it's roster:

    Name - last team - birth year

    Goaltenders:
    Craig Anderson - Chicago Blackhawks - 1981
    Jason Bacashiua - St. Louis Blues - 1982

    Defense:
    Andrew Alberts - Boston Bruins - 1981
    Joe Corvo - LA Kings - 1977
    Hal Gill - Boston Bruins - 1975
    Brooks Orpik - Pittsburgh Penguins - 1980

    Forwards:
    Dustin Brown - LA Kings - 1984
    Mark Cullen - Chicago Blackhawks - 1978
    Andy Hilbert - Pittsburgh Penguins - 1981
    Ryan Kesler - Vancouver Canucks - 1984
    Ryan Malone - Pittsburgh Penguins - 1979
    Richard Park - Vancouver Canucks - 1976
    Marty Reasoner - Boston Bruins - 1977
    Jim Slater - Atlanta Thrashers - 1982
    Drew Stafford - North Dakota NCAA - 1985

    Notable absentees from non-playoff teams (aside from those mentioned) IMO only:

    Skaters: Keith Ballard, Paul Mara, Tim Gleason, Mike York (might have been injured at end of year), Shawn Bates, Ryan Whitney (sent down after Penguins season to compete in AHL playoffs, Lee Stempniak (like Whitney), Chris Clark and Ben Clymer.

    Goalies: Rick DiPietro, Tim Thomas,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serbaz
    I doubt very much that we'll see Bryzgalov at the IHWC. From the interviews Krikunov gave after Russia lost to Slovakia at the Olympics it seems clear that Krikunov is really disappointed with Bryzgalov.
    And also he said recently that the team playing at the LG games will be playing at the IHWC, and the only NHL re-enforcement that he's expecting is Ovechkin (but what a re-enforcement that is!) :)
    I dont trust Bryzgalov between the pipes. Shame that Zherdev was injured & will be out he too would have been a great addition .His play has moved forward rapidly this season.

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    Why no Keith Tkachuk or Brian Rolston on team USA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brimsek39
    Jim Slater - Atlanta Hawks - 1982
    I think he plays Atlanta Thrashers :002:

    Edit: now it's right :stupid:
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    Quote Originally Posted by SharksAttack
    I think he plays Atlanta Trashers :002:
    Wrong sport! :stupid:

    Except I think you mean Thrashers not Trashers. :003:
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    peter bondra (atlanta thrashers) – out / because of his age, feels tired, the doctors recommended 6 weeks off
    miroslav satan (ny islanders)– out / problems with hand, feels tired, family reasons
    ivan majesky (washington capitals) – out / has no valid contract - is afraid of getting injured
    tomas malec (binghamton/AHL) - out / injured in prep game vs. sui - stubbed arm, dislocated collarbone, looks like surgery is needed, is supposed to be 3 months out

    well, looks like our team is up for another gold :005: ;)
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    5 days before the start of the Worlds, L. Beresnev has been fired from assistant coach position for Latvia. Already the position has been filled with a russian asiistant coach, Valry Sapozhnikov who previously was a head coach of Nizhny Novgorod "Torpedo", but last seasons was Vorbobev assistant coach in team Togliati "Lada".


    This the same Beresnev becouse of who, some players refused to play in NT. Well, training camp is comming to en end and i dont know if any of those players will be able to make the NT but thats a good thing IMO that finaly hi is gone. Oh man, why og why he wasnt fired right after Olympics... :scratchhe

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    Swiss Roster:


    Goalkeepers(3):
    Marco Bührer (Bern)
    Jonas Hiller (Davos)
    Daniel Manzato (Basel)

    Defence (8):
    Goran Bezina (Genf-Servette)
    Severin Blindenbacher (ZSC Lions)
    Beat Forster (ZSC Lions)
    Beat Gerber (Bern)
    Reto Kobach (Ambrì)
    Mathias Seger (ZSC Lions)
    Martin Steinegger (Bern)
    Julien Vauclair (Lugano)

    Offence (14):
    Andres Ambühl (Davos)
    Patric Della Rossa (Zug)
    Alain Demuth (Ambrì)
    Thomas Déruns (Genf-Servette)
    Sandy Jeannin (Lugano)
    Romano Lemm (Kloten)
    Thierry Paterlini (ZSC Lions)
    Martin Plüss (Frölunda/SWE)
    Marc Reichert (Bern)
    Kevin Romy (Lugano)
    Ivo Rüthemann (Bern)
    Raffaele Sannitz (Lugano)
    Daniel Steiner (ZSC Lions)
    Valentin Wirz (Lugano)

    Absent:
    David Aebischer (Montréal/NHL)
    Martin Gerber (Carolina/NHL)
    Timo Helbling (Tampa Bay/NHL)
    Mark Streit (Montréal/NHL).

    Pikett: John Gobbi (Genf-Servette), Félicien Du Bois (Ambrì), Loïc Burkhalter (Davos), Thibaut Monnet (Bern),


    Headcoach: Ralph Krueger
    Coach Assistants: Jakob Kölliker, Peter Lee


    Ivo Rüthemann is Captain of the Swiss team during Mark Streit's absence.
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    milan bartovic (LW, Norfolk Admirals/AHL) who has never played a single match in the national team got invitation to join the team and will play in the prep game vs. ukraine

    marian hossa´s (atlanta thrashers) name is on the roster for the ukraine game, however it is not clear whether he is really going to play - after malec was injured coaches are afraid hossa might get injured as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by indulgeo
    milan bartovic (LW, Norfolk Admirals/AHL) who has never played a single match in the national team got invitation to join the team and will play in the prep game vs. ukraine

    marian hossa´s (atlanta thrashers) name is on the roster for the ukraine game, however it is not clear whether he is really going to play - after malec was injured coaches are afraid hossa might get injured as well
    Do you know how many players from the American leagues will join the Slovak team that played Switzerland?
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    Quote Originally Posted by twelve
    Do you know how many players from the American leagues will join the Slovak team that played Switzerland?
    4

    if you compare the sui and the ukr rosters, there are several changes:
    martin hujsa (slovan bratislava, svk), peter huzevka (dukla trencin, svk) and michal hreus (mshk zilina, svk) won´t play
    the team will be joined by:

    milan bartovic (norfolk admirals/ahl)
    milan jurcina (boston bruins)
    marian hossa (atlanta thrashers)
    tomas surovy (pittsburgh penguins)


    and

    rastislav stana (sodertalje, swe)
    tomas harant (hc ceske budejovice, cze)
    michal hudec (hc ceske budejovice, cze)
    andrej nedorost (hamburg freezers, ger)
    andrej podkonicky (hc bili tygri liberec, cze)

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    The lsit of injured belaur players is extended. Alexei Kalyuzhni from Avavgard(one of the best scorers in RSL)will not join the team this year laso.

    Oleg Belkin (the nest in the scorers table after Kalyuzhni) that played for Belarus last time something like 8 years ago also didn't want to join.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indulgeo
    4

    if you compare the sui and the ukr rosters, there are several changes:
    martin hujsa (slovan bratislava, svk), peter huzevka (dukla trencin, svk) and michal hreus (mshk zilina, svk) won´t play
    the team will be joined by:

    milan bartovic (norfolk admirals/ahl)
    milan jurcina (boston bruins)
    marian hossa (atlanta thrashers)
    tomas surovy (pittsburgh penguins)


    and

    rastislav stana (sodertalje, swe)
    tomas harant (hc ceske budejovice, cze)
    michal hudec (hc ceske budejovice, cze)
    andrej nedorost (hamburg freezers, ger)
    andrej podkonicky (hc bili tygri liberec, cze)

    Thanks! :003:
    Quite a lot of changes!
    This helps put the win of Switzerland into the right perspective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twelve
    Absent:
    David Aebischer (Montréal/NHL)
    Martin Gerber (Carolina/NHL)
    Timo Helbling (Tampa Bay/NHL)
    Mark Streit (Montréal/NHL).

    Good news for the Swiss: with the first round of playoffs being what they are, Switzerland can get either Gerber or Aebischer (if they so desire) for the tournament, plus Streit if Carolina wins the first-round.

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    Andrew Brunette just did a huge favour for team Finland! :bowdown:

    His OT goal made sure that Lehtinen, J. Jokinen, Miettinen, Hagman and N. Kapanen are available for the NT. :claphands :claphands

    Now we have the offence (Teemu would still be a nice addition :083: ) but we need a #1 goalie and some defenders. This means that the combination of Nashville and Philadelphia losing their series would be great. :002:
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    Jan and Rebolj out - this is in fact a blow for Slovenia. I always liked Ivo Jan he is a very skillful and smart player. That's gonna be tough

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    Quote Originally Posted by twelve
    ..Absent:
    David Aebischer (Montréal/NHL)
    Martin Gerber (Carolina/NHL)
    Timo Helbling (Tampa Bay/NHL)
    Mark Streit (Montréal/NHL)....
    Was Helbling on Tampa's Playoff roster? Anyways, with the team now eliminated, any word if Ralph will call him?
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    Italian roster

    Last Thursday Italian coach Goulet announced Italy roster for upcoming world championship in Riga

    Goalies: Jason Muzzatti (HC Bolzano), Renè Baur (HC Valpusteria), Thomas Tragust (HC Merano)

    Defensemen: Alex Egger (Ritten Sport Hockey), Carter Trevisani (Asiago Hockey), Carlo Lorenzi (Alleghe Hockey), Florian Ramoser (HC Bolzano), Armin Helfer, Michele Strazzabosco and Christian Borgatello (HC Junior Milano Vipers)

    Forwards: Jason Cirone and John Parco (Asiago Hockey), Manuel De Toni and Nicola Fontanive (Alleghe Hockey), Stefano Margoni and Enrico Chelodi (HC Bolzano), Giorgio De Bettin (SG Cortina), Luca Ansoldi and Paolo Bustreo (Ritten Sport Hockey), Luca Felicetti (SHC Fassa), Anthony Iob (KAC Klagenfurt – AUT), Giuseppe Busillo and Andrea Molteni (HC Junior Milano Vipers)

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    Travel Update

    News article from Baltic Times

    Riga City Council: All the hockey fans should arrive early

    Apr 26, 2006


    Imants Rakins, the head of the “Hokejs 2006” office in Riga, is advising all hockey fans, who are going to attend the games, to arrive for about an hour-and-a-half before the games, as long lines could form at the arenas entrances due to security checks.


    All bus and trolley bus stops on K.Valdemara Street in the vicinity of the arenas will have a sign indicating an arena stop. Audio information about the closest stops will also be provided in the transportation vehicles.

    A booklet on public transportation to the arenas will be available in hotels, information centers and the airport.

    An additional trolley bus route – “3a”, will travel on K.Valdemara Street every four minutes.

    However, the public transportation will not take passengers to the door - from K.Valdemara Street to Skonto Arena is a five-minute walk, but to “Arena Riga”- 10 minutes.

    Rakins also urged fans to refrain from attempting to park their cars on streets near the arenas, in consideration of local residents, schools and establishments.

    According to The Riga City Traffic Department, a security zone will set up on nearby streets at “Arena Riga”.
    “People can count on the fact that traffic on K.Valdemara, Pulkveza Brieza and Miera Streets will be heavy during the championship,” emphasized Andrejs Pozarnovs, Chairman of the Riga City Traffic and Transportation Affairs Committee.

    People, who will choose to travel by car, will have to leave their vehicles outside the security zone and on Zirnu Street, where two parking lots will be available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz
    Last Thursday Italian coach Goulet announced Italy roster for upcoming world championship in Riga

    Goalies: Jason Muzzatti (HC Bolzano), Renè Baur (HC Valpusteria), Thomas Tragust (HC Merano)

    Defensemen: Alex Egger (Ritten Sport Hockey), Carter Trevisani (Asiago Hockey), Carlo Lorenzi (Alleghe Hockey), Florian Ramoser (HC Bolzano), Armin Helfer, Michele Strazzabosco and Christian Borgatello (HC Junior Milano Vipers)

    Forwards: Jason Cirone and John Parco (Asiago Hockey), Manuel De Toni and Nicola Fontanive (Alleghe Hockey), Stefano Margoni and Enrico Chelodi (HC Bolzano), Giorgio De Bettin (SG Cortina), Luca Ansoldi and Paolo Bustreo (Ritten Sport Hockey), Luca Felicetti (SHC Fassa), Anthony Iob (KAC Klagenfurt – AUT), Giuseppe Busillo and Andrea Molteni (HC Junior Milano Vipers)

    Already posted here...see pag.2 of this thread, post #99

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz
    Was Helbling on Tampa's Playoff roster? Anyways, with the team now eliminated, any word if Ralph will call him?
    The homepage of the SEHV states that Krueger nominated Helbling for the National team. Reto Kobach has dropped out of the roster as a consequence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs
    Good news for the Swiss: with the first round of playoffs being what they are, Switzerland can get either Gerber or Aebischer (if they so desire) for the tournament, plus Streit if Carolina wins the first-round.

    It would be great to have Streit and an NHL goalie.

    (Though I'm really not worried about the goalkeeper's position. Both Bührer and Hiller are great goalies and Bührer has already shown in previous world championships that he can be relied upon to show a great game. Manzato can keep his own, too.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dancan

    But our US, Canadian and Russian members could do more to add info on their respective teams.
    Hey, new around here, but I did notice something on Hockey Canada's website new from yesterday.

    The confirmed team so far:
    G Alex Auld, Vancouver
    G Marc Denis, Columbus

    D Nick Schultz, Minnesota
    D Brad Stuart, Boston

    F Patrice Bergeron, Boston
    F Brad Boyes, Boston
    F Kyle Calder, Chicago
    F Mike Comrie, Phoenix
    F Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh

    Most of this isn't news, but they did announce nine players that will play in pre-WC Training Camp(Apr. 29 - May 2) with the full team in Minsk.

    D Micki Dupont, Berlin
    D Derrick Walser, Berlin
    F Glen Metropolit, Jokerit
    F Stacey Roest, Rapperswill-Jona

    G Justin Pogge, Calgary Hitmen
    D Kris Letang, Val D'Or
    F Michael Blunden, Erie
    F Kyle Chipchura, Prince Albert
    F Guillaume Latendresse, Drummondville

    These players are not on the final team, but will play in the camp.

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    Norway will be missing Ole Kristian Tollefsen (Syracuse Crunch, AHL) and Martin Knold -- both injured. This leaves Norway with 5 experienced defencemen at the IHWC: Tommy Jakobsen, Anders Myrvold, Johnny Nilsen, Mats Trygg and Erik Ryman.

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    Team Finland and Dallas+Nashville

    How about the players from Dallas and Nashville. Are they going to join team Finland or are they going to say no.?
    I do hope that at least 3 or 4 players want to play.
    Imagine how it would be if all of them is joining the team!! :D
    And if Anaheim and Philadelphia is going out of the Stanley-Cup playoffs.. anyone believes in Selanne, Niittymaki, Pitkanen, Kapanen for Finland??? That would be awesome!!! :claphands
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    pavel kubina (tampa bay lightnings) - out / tan injury
    vaclav prospal (tampa bay lightnings) - out / arm injury
    michal rozsival (new york rangers) - out / arm injury
    jaromir jagr (new york rangers) - out / he's done with nt + injured
    martin straka (new york rangers) - out / he's done with nt
    martin rucinsky (new york rangers) - out / he's done with nt + not 100% fit
    petr sykora (new york rangers) - ?
    marek malik (new york rangers) - ? / problems with arm
    petr prucha (new york rangers) - probably in
    tomas vlasak (slavia praha, cze) - probably out / problems with foot - not able to skate
    petr ton (sparta praha, cze) - probably out/ problems with hand
    ondrej kratena (sparta praha, cze) - probably out / knee injury

    will try to find out more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edged
    Hey, new around here, but I did notice something on Hockey Canada's website new from yesterday.

    The confirmed team so far:
    G Alex Auld, Vancouver
    G Marc Denis, Columbus

    D Nick Schultz, Minnesota
    D Brad Stuart, Boston

    F Patrice Bergeron, Boston
    F Brad Boyes, Boston
    F Kyle Calder, Chicago
    F Mike Comrie, Phoenix
    F Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh

    Most of this isn't news, but they did announce nine players that will play in pre-WC Training Camp(Apr. 29 - May 2) with the full team in Minsk.

    D Micki Dupont, Berlin
    D Derrick Walser, Berlin
    F Glen Metropolit, Jokerit
    F Stacey Roest, Rapperswill-Jona

    G Justin Pogge, Calgary Hitmen
    D Kris Letang, Val D'Or
    F Michael Blunden, Erie
    F Kyle Chipchura, Prince Albert
    F Guillaume Latendresse, Drummondville

    These players are not on the final team, but will play in the camp.
    Brenden Morrow's available now...

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    [QUOTE=indulgeo]
    petr ton (sparta praha, cze) - probably out/ problems with hand
    [QUOTE]

    Here an article about Ton, if some czech or slovak member can read it, he spoke about Riga

    http://hokej.point.sk/spravy/?clanok=41759

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    Quote Originally Posted by Québecois
    Here an article about Ton, if some czech or slovak member can read it, he spoke about Riga

    http://hokej.point.sk/spravy/?clanok=41759
    he only says he thinks his chances for getting a spot on the final roster for wc are not very high since he didn't play in sweden

    i wrote that he probably won't go based on a different article that i found on a czech site that says:
    (http://www.hokej.cz/index.php?view=c...&menu=menu_0_0)

    "according to the information provided by the team neither tomas vlasak, not petr ton, nor ondrej kratena who haven't even left to sweden won't manage to rally until the beginning of the championships.... ".... ton said it was quite bad and he couldn't proparly use his hand.... i'm about to call him today..." said hadamczik"

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    Looks like Pavel Datsyuk is now available for the National Team. Good news. :)
    I only hope he manages to get in shape before the play-offs start. Oh, and hope he will not decline an invitation to join the NT too. :bowdown:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serbaz
    Looks like Pavel Datsyuk is now available for the National Team. Good news. :)
    I only hope he manages to get in shape before the play-offs start. Oh, and hope he will not decline an invitation to join the NT too. :bowdown:
    Pasha has never refused. I just hope that Krikunov has enough brain to offer...
    Nothing to declare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skratch
    Pasha has never refused. I just hope that Krikunov has enough brain to offer...
    Oh, Krikunov just can't wait to see Datsyuk in his team. He mentions that in almost every interview.
    It's just that we don't know if Datsyuk has recovered from his injury or not. Some sources say he has been playing on drugs and his club's doctors will not let him go to Riga (dunno if they have such a right though).
    Lets hope for the best!

    B.t.w., Daniil Markov is now also available. :)
    Can't wait to see the final rooster. :)

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    Forwards Jussi Jokinen and Antti Miettinen will join the Finnish team for Riga on Thursday.

    Niko Kapanen, Niklas Hagman and Janne Niinimaa won't come and aid Finland.

    Jere Lehtinen and Kimmo Timonen are still open cases and their situation will be cleared in the next few days.
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    ENTRY LIST BY TEAM
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    KAZ - Kazakhstan

    No Name Pos Shoots/
    Catches
    Height
    m / ft in
    Weight
    kg / lbs
    Date of Birth Club Club
    Country

    1 TAMBULOV Sergey GK L 1.78 / 5'10'' 81 / 179 02 JUL 1974 Metallurg Serov RUS
    2 MAZUNIN Yevgeniy D L 1.82 / 5'12'' 82 / 181 18 SEP 1981 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    7 LITVINENKO Alexey F L 1.95 / 6'5'' 74 / 163 07 MAR 1980 Spartak Moscow RUS
    8 TROCHSHINSKIY Andrey F L 1.83 / 6'0'' 95 / 209 14 FEB 1978 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    9 RIFEL Vadim F L 1.74 / 5'9'' 71 / 157 19 FEB 1979 Wolfe Freiburg GER
    10 BELAYEV Maxim F L 1.84 / 6'0'' 80 / 176 24 AUG 1979 Salavat Yulaev Ufa RUS
    11 ZHAILAUOV Talgat F R 1.73 / 5'8'' 72 / 159 07 JUL 1985 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    12 KOVALENKO Oleg D R 1.78 / 5'10'' 91 / 201 11 FEB 1975 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    16 BLOKHIN Yevgeniy D L 1.81 / 5'11'' 83 / 183 29 MAY 1979 HK MVD Tver RUS
    17 KORESHKOV Alexandr F L 1.81 / 5'11'' 84 / 185 28 OCT 1968 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    18 SHAFRANOV Konstantin F L 1.83 / 6'0'' 80 / 176 11 SEP 1968 Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod RUS
    19 KORESHKOV Yevgeniy F L 1.7 / 5'7'' 84 / 185 11 MAR 1970 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    20 KOLESNIK Vitaliy GK L 1.9 / 6'3'' 90 / 198 20 AUG 1979 Colorado Avalanche USA
    21 DUDAREV Dmitriy F R 1.85 / 6'1'' 91 / 201 23 FEB 1976 AK Bars Kazan RUS
    22 OGORODNIKOV Andrey F R 1.78 / 5'10'' 78 / 172 29 AUG 1982 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    23 PCHELYAKOV Andrey F L 1.81 / 5'11'' 79 / 174 19 FEB 1972 Krylia Sovetov Moscow RUS
    25 SAMOKHVALOV Andrey F L 1.82 / 5'12'' 83 / 183 10 MAY 1975 Khimik Moscow reg. RUS
    26 SAVENKOV Andrey D L 1.82 / 5'12'' 84 / 185 07 MAR 1975 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    32 ZARZHITSKIY Nikolay F L 1.91 / 6'3'' 93 / 205 18 FEB 1979 Motor Barnaul RUS
    36 SPIRIDONOV Andrey F L 1.87 / 6'2'' 86 / 190 21 MAY 1982 Barys Astana KAZ
    41 MEDVEDEV Roman GK L 1.85 / 6'1'' 83 / 183 31 AUG 1981 Gornak Rudnyj KAZ
    43 PUPKOV Yevgeniy D L 1.8 / 5'11'' 85 / 187 18 JAN 1976 SKA St. Petersburg RUS
    48 STARCHENKO Roman F L 1.86 / 6'1'' 81 / 179 12 MAY 1986 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    52 KOLEDAYEV Alexey D L 1.83 / 6'0'' 88 / 194 27 MAR 1976 Sibir Novosibirsk RUS
    64 ARGOKOV Artyom D L 1.8 / 5'11'' 81 / 179 16 JAN 1976 Metallurg Novokuznetsk RUS
    71 NEVSTRUYEV Sergey D L 1.76 / 5'9'' 82 / 181 29 AUG 1972 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    80 ANTROPOV Nikolay F L 1.97 / 6'6'' 104 / 229 18 FEB 1980 Toronto Maple Leafs CAN
    81 KRASNOSLABOTSEV Vadim F L 1.79 / 5'10'' 84 / 185 16 AUG 1983 Avangard Omsk RUS
    85 PUSHKARYOV Konstantin F L 1.89 / 6'2'' 78 / 172 12 FEB 1985 Los Angeles Kings USA


    Function Name Citizenship Date of Birth
    Head Coach : MYSHAGIN Nikolay KAZ 15 OCT 1955
    Assistant Coach : TSYGUROV Gennadiy RUS 15 APR 1942
    General Manager : GUSSEINOV Vadim KAZ 27 APR 1968
    Team Leader : DROZDOV Sergey KAZ 21 SEP 1946
    Physiotherapist : FOMINYKH Alexey KAZ 09 JAN 1957
    Doctor : MELNIKOV Sergey KAZ 13 JAN 1953
    Assistant Coach : SAGYMBAYEV Yerlan KAZ 05 APR 1970
    Equipment Manager : BEREZOVSKIY Yuriy KAZ 28 OCT 1951
    Team Staff : KARATAYEV Gleb KAZ 24 APR 1981
    Team Staff : PASHKOVSKIY Vladimir KAZ 07 JAN 1948

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serbaz
    Oh, Krikunov just can't wait to see Datsyuk in his team. .... Lets hope for the best! ... Daniil Markov is now also available. :)
    Can't wait to see the final rooster. :)
    Think, Pavel will be able to play even on drugs, he's proved this when he was playing in Dynamo and for the national team before!!!

    I just worry about our Goaltenders!!! Zvyagin is good in some games, but has not so many international practice (at the same time, ECC is a great PLUS for him). I hope Sokolov will be in a good condition till the next stage!!!

    Ilya Bryzgalov will be able to help, BUT don't ya remember how does he like Vladimir Krikunov?! :scratchhe

    "Hope for the BEST"!!! :drink2:
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneStarHockeyFan
    Brenden Morrow's available now...
    Yeah, hopefully he'll want to play. Canada did officially add some playoff-eliminated players, though, namely

    D Stephane Robidas, Dallas
    D Dan Hamhuis, Nashville
    F Scott Hartnell, Nashville

    Hopefully some bigger names from these teams just haven't responded yet, this team could use the likes of Morrow, Arnott, Sullivan, Kariya, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik_Antropov
    ENTRY LIST BY TEAM
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    KAZ - Kazakhstan

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    1 TAMBULOV Sergey GK L 1.78 / 5'10'' 81 / 179 02 JUL 1974 Metallurg Serov RUS
    2 MAZUNIN Yevgeniy D L 1.82 / 5'12'' 82 / 181 18 SEP 1981 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    7 LITVINENKO Alexey F L 1.95 / 6'5'' 74 / 163 07 MAR 1980 Spartak Moscow RUS
    8 TROCHSHINSKIY Andrey F L 1.83 / 6'0'' 95 / 209 14 FEB 1978 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    9 RIFEL Vadim F L 1.74 / 5'9'' 71 / 157 19 FEB 1979 Wolfe Freiburg GER
    10 BELAYEV Maxim F L 1.84 / 6'0'' 80 / 176 24 AUG 1979 Salavat Yulaev Ufa RUS
    11 ZHAILAUOV Talgat F R 1.73 / 5'8'' 72 / 159 07 JUL 1985 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    12 KOVALENKO Oleg D R 1.78 / 5'10'' 91 / 201 11 FEB 1975 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    16 BLOKHIN Yevgeniy D L 1.81 / 5'11'' 83 / 183 29 MAY 1979 HK MVD Tver RUS
    17 KORESHKOV Alexandr F L 1.81 / 5'11'' 84 / 185 28 OCT 1968 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    18 SHAFRANOV Konstantin F L 1.83 / 6'0'' 80 / 176 11 SEP 1968 Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod RUS
    19 KORESHKOV Yevgeniy F L 1.7 / 5'7'' 84 / 185 11 MAR 1970 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    20 KOLESNIK Vitaliy GK L 1.9 / 6'3'' 90 / 198 20 AUG 1979 Colorado Avalanche USA
    21 DUDAREV Dmitriy F R 1.85 / 6'1'' 91 / 201 23 FEB 1976 AK Bars Kazan RUS
    22 OGORODNIKOV Andrey F R 1.78 / 5'10'' 78 / 172 29 AUG 1982 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    23 PCHELYAKOV Andrey F L 1.81 / 5'11'' 79 / 174 19 FEB 1972 Krylia Sovetov Moscow RUS
    25 SAMOKHVALOV Andrey F L 1.82 / 5'12'' 83 / 183 10 MAY 1975 Khimik Moscow reg. RUS
    26 SAVENKOV Andrey D L 1.82 / 5'12'' 84 / 185 07 MAR 1975 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    32 ZARZHITSKIY Nikolay F L 1.91 / 6'3'' 93 / 205 18 FEB 1979 Motor Barnaul RUS
    36 SPIRIDONOV Andrey F L 1.87 / 6'2'' 86 / 190 21 MAY 1982 Barys Astana KAZ
    41 MEDVEDEV Roman GK L 1.85 / 6'1'' 83 / 183 31 AUG 1981 Gornak Rudnyj KAZ
    43 PUPKOV Yevgeniy D L 1.8 / 5'11'' 85 / 187 18 JAN 1976 SKA St. Petersburg RUS
    48 STARCHENKO Roman F L 1.86 / 6'1'' 81 / 179 12 MAY 1986 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    52 KOLEDAYEV Alexey D L 1.83 / 6'0'' 88 / 194 27 MAR 1976 Sibir Novosibirsk RUS
    64 ARGOKOV Artyom D L 1.8 / 5'11'' 81 / 179 16 JAN 1976 Metallurg Novokuznetsk RUS
    71 NEVSTRUYEV Sergey D L 1.76 / 5'9'' 82 / 181 29 AUG 1972 Kazzinc-Torpedo Ust-Kamen. KAZ
    80 ANTROPOV Nikolay F L 1.97 / 6'6'' 104 / 229 18 FEB 1980 Toronto Maple Leafs CAN
    81 KRASNOSLABOTSEV Vadim F L 1.79 / 5'10'' 84 / 185 16 AUG 1983 Avangard Omsk RUS
    85 PUSHKARYOV Konstantin F L 1.89 / 6'2'' 78 / 172 12 FEB 1985 Los Angeles Kings USA


    Function Name Citizenship Date of Birth
    Head Coach : MYSHAGIN Nikolay KAZ 15 OCT 1955
    Assistant Coach : TSYGUROV Gennadiy RUS 15 APR 1942
    General Manager : GUSSEINOV Vadim KAZ 27 APR 1968
    Team Leader : DROZDOV Sergey KAZ 21 SEP 1946
    Physiotherapist : FOMINYKH Alexey KAZ 09 JAN 1957
    Doctor : MELNIKOV Sergey KAZ 13 JAN 1953
    Assistant Coach : SAGYMBAYEV Yerlan KAZ 05 APR 1970
    Equipment Manager : BEREZOVSKIY Yuriy KAZ 28 OCT 1951
    Team Staff : KARATAYEV Gleb KAZ 24 APR 1981
    Team Staff : PASHKOVSKIY Vladimir KAZ 07 JAN 1948
    Why Viktor Aleksandrov dont play for Kazahstan,I dont think he is good enough to play for Russia,but he wolud be helpful for Kazak team :)

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    http://www.delfi.lv/news/sport/sport...hp?id=14317424

    Acording to the friend who sent me this link, it says Sandis will retire from the NHL and play only in Latvia. Do you think maybe he will reconsider playing this year in WC's now that the bad coach is gone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bling
    http://www.delfi.lv/news/sport/sport...hp?id=14317424

    Acording to the friend who sent me this link, it says Sandis will retire from the NHL and play only in Latvia. Do you think maybe he will reconsider playing this year in WC's now that the bad coach is gone?
    Thats a rumor and its not true. Ozo have another year in his 2.75 MIL contract with NYR. Vorobyev missunderstand Ozo when they spoke on phone as media is claiming now. Ozo will make surgery for his knee now and wont come to Riga but his career definately is not over.

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    Thak you, Sakaarnis. I am very glad to hear that he is not going to retire. I love watching Sandis play and hope that his knee will be better next season. Too bad he can not play in the WC's this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bling
    Thak you, Sakaarnis. I am very glad to hear that he is not going to retire. I love watching Sandis play and hope that his knee will be better next season. Too bad he can not play in the WC's this year.
    Well, Ozo said after Torino that hes retired from playing in NT (i guess this part Vorobyov missuderstand) but i hope he will change his mind, guys like Ozo can play till their 40 and thats a long way.

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    roster for riga

    g: karol krizan (modo hockey, swe), jan lasak (hc moeller pardubice, cze), rastislav stana (sk sodertalje, swe)

    d: dominik granak (slavia praha, cze), tomas harant (hc ceske budejovice, cze), stanislav hudec (hc vitkovice, cze), milan jurcina (boston bruins), dusan milo (dynamax nitra, svk), richard stehlik (sparta praha, cze), martin strbak (cska moskva, rus), rene vydareny (hc ceske budejovice, cze)

    o: milan bartovic (chicago black hawks), martin cibak (tampa bay ligtning), ivan ciernik (kolner haie, ger), michal hudec (hc ceske budejovice, cze), marcel hossa (new york rangers), marian hossa (atlanta trashers), richard kapus (metallurg novokuzneck, rus), andrej kollar, miroslav kovacik (both dynamax nitra, svk), rastislav pavlikovsky (modo hockey, swe), tomas surovy (pittsburgh penguins), lubomir vaic (hc bili tigri liberec, cze), miroslav zalesak (sk sodertalje, swe)

    :087:

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    Lundqvist to skip Worlds

    Henrik Lundqvist to skip Worlds to rest his injured hip.

    http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story/?ID=164641&hubname=nhl

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    Mark Streit and David Aebischer will be available for the Swiss team and it seems as they will join the team before the first game on Saturday. So another defender and a goalie (Manzato) have to leave the team.

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    I heard,that Ozilinsh retired not only from NT,but from playing hockey at all. That was his last season in NHL
    Last edited by Niaure; 03-05-2006 at 09:45. Reason: To Sakaarnis
    ... If only Kasparaitis could play for his National team :083:

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    According to the "Sport-express" newspaper, Pavel Datsyuk has refused to play for Russia in IHWC 2006 due to his injury. I just can't believe that. :(

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