View Poll Results: Who will win between Russia and Ukraine

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  • RUSSIA will win

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  • UKRAINE will win

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Thread: Russia vs Ukraine (Day 7) - Qualifying Round Group F (Game 25) Thread

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    Russia vs Ukraine (Day 7) - Qualifying Round Group F (Game 25) Thread

    Thu, 11.05 16:15

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    Post your predictions, comments, game reactions etc...

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    Ukraine just too tired after today's game to compete with fast russian rockets...

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    I agree RUS will win,but also they will try to rest,too so no big result is expected.
    JE !! SE !! NI !! CE

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    lmao, I don't even know why Ukraine is trying.

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    Hmmmmm......7-1 Russia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .Ice
    lmao, I don't even know why Ukraine is trying.
    They probably don't want to get relegated (it's embarrassing to have to demolish a team like Poland) :003:

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    They managed to injure Kharitonov really badly. It looked terrible. :(
    I'm always scared when we play teams like that - for they might just injure our players for nothing, and not even on purpose but because they're simply not skillfull enough to avoid collisions.

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    You mean like when we played against Russia in the LG hockey games and had our team captain Jörgen jönsson injured, by a nasty deliberate kneetackle of Misjarin :018: , he's been gone til now and it's still debated whether or not he will play this tournament :010:

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    Yeah, I mean exactly that. :)
    Actually, I was mostly talking about getting injuries in meaningless games with weaker sides. But I see your point.

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    Yeah i know what you mean ;), im just full of irony today :037:

    No offense intended :023:

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    Alexander Kharitonov misses next matches!!! :(

    Great game, but we have lost ALEXANDER KHARITONOV!!! :089: Play of Bobkin was unfair!!!!! :076:

    Have been to Kiev during these days, really enjoyed the atmosphere during the Russia-Slovakia game, when there was no Ukrainean hockey fan in the bar... :drink2: But when Russia played with Ukraine... Fuf... Fans were so to say not so friendly...

    Anyway, wish Ukraine to develop their hockey schools, and they will play hockey at last like Belarus!!! :drinker-g
    Last edited by DIN; 12-05-2006 at 08:30.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIN
    Great game, but we have lost ALEXANDER KHARITONOV!!! :089: Play of Bobkin was unfair!!!!! :076:

    Have been to Kiev during these days, really enjoyed the atmosphere during the Russia-Slovakia game, when there was no Ukrainean hockey fan in the bar... :drink2: But when Russia played with Ukraine... Fuf... Fans were so to say not so friendly...

    Anyway, wish Ukraine to develop their hockey schools, and they will play hockey at last like Belarus!!! :drinker-g
    Do you know how badly Kharitonov is injured ? :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrfingr
    Do you know how badly Kharitonov is injured ? :(
    I read on a Russian news site he will be gone for 6 months. They compared his injury to Dimitry Sytchev's from Lokomotiv Moscow(soccer) and he was out for atleast 7 months. Pretty shitty for him, poor guy.

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    Alexander Kharitonov injury

    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrfingr
    Do you know how badly Kharitonov is injured ? :(
    The physicians were afraid that the Diagnosis would be "the break of the cross-shaped bonds", and that meant that Alexander Kharitonov won't be able to skate for about 6 month, but now Doctors say that it's "the rent of the lateral and rear bonds", so Alex hopes to take part in this tournament, but I'm afraid :089: it won't be possible to see him on ice soon!!!
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