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  • Canada

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  • Russia

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  • Finland

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  • USA

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  • Sweden

    3 12.50%
  • Czech Republic

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  • Switzerland

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Thread: 2007 IIHF World U20 Championship - General Discussion

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    u20 IHWC 2007 IIHF World U20 Championship - General Discussion



    Official Site: http://www.worldjuniors2007.com/
    IIHF: Live + stats

    GROUP A

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    GROUP B

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    SCHEDULE

    Tuesday, 26 December 2006
    15:00, Leksand, A Germany - USA
    15:00, Mora, B, Belarus - Finland
    19:00, Leksand, A, Sweden - Canada
    19:00, Mora, B, Czech Republic - Russia

    Wednesday, 27 December 2006
    16:00, Mora, B, Switzerland - Belarus
    19:00, Leksand, A, Slovakia - Germany
    19:30, Mora, A, Canada - USA

    Thursday, 28 December 2006
    16:00, Mora, B, Finland - Czech Republic
    19:00, Leksand, B, Russia - Switzerland
    19:30, Mora, A, Slovakia - Sweden

    Friday, 29 December 2006
    17:00, Mora, B, Belarus - Russia
    19:00, Leksand, A, Germany - Canada

    Saturday, 30 December 2006
    13:00, Mora, B, Finland - Switzerland
    13:00, Leksand, B, Czech Republic - Belarus
    17:00, Leksand, A, USA - Slovakia
    17:00, Mora, A, Sweden - Germany

    Sunday, 31 December 2006
    13:00, Leksand, A, Canada - Slovakia
    13:00, Mora, B, Russia - Finland
    17:00, Leksand, A, USA - Sweden
    17:00, Mora, B, Switzerland - Czech Republic

    Tuesday, 2 January 2007
    16:00, Mora, Relegation, 4B - 5A
    19:30, Leksand, Quarterfinal, 2A - 3B
    19:30, Mora, Quarterfinal, 2B - 3A

    Wednesday, 3 January 2007
    16:00, Mora, Relegation, 4A - 5B
    16:00, Leksand, Semifinal
    19:40, Leksand, Semifinal

    Thursday, 4 January 2007
    16:00, Mora, Relegation, 5A - 5B
    19:30, Mora, Relegation, 4A - 4B
    19:30, Leksand, Placement 5-6th place

    Friday, 5 January 2007
    16:00, Leksand, Bronze medal game
    19:30, Leksand, Gold medal game
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    The 38 selected for the WJC in Canada's selection camp battle it out live against each other in team games.

    Sign up between now and December 14th to be a Hockey Canada Insider – FREE of charge – and we will send you the exclusive access code so you can watch the webcasts of the three exhibition games from this week’s camp
    http://www.hockeycanada.ca/9/8/3/7/index1.shtml

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    Any news on the TV shedule in the US? I'll be in Florida for Xmas...

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    Our U20 WCJ section is available at

    http://www.internationalhockey.net/u20.html

    The year-by-years will be added the coming days.

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    Canada makes first cuts

    Canada’s world junior squad made their first cuts this morning giving 11 kids their walking papers out of camp and back to their junior teams.

    Here’s the list:

    John Tavares (F) Oshawa
    Angelo Esposito (F) Quebec
    Trevor Cann (G) Peterborough
    Drew Doughty (D) Guelph
    Keaton Ellerby (D) Kamloops
    Patrick McNeill (D) Saginaw
    Codey Burki (F) Brandon
    Ben Maxwell (F) Kootenay
    Mathieu Perreault (F) Acadie-Bathurst
    Devin Setoguchi (F) Prince George
    Chris Stewart (F) Kingston

    Surprise is that you would think that either Tavares or Esposito would of made
    the team. There was alot hype going into camp that one of them was going to make the the team.

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    Belarus preparing for the WC

    Belarus team continues to prepare in Latvia.

    Today they won against latvian team ASK/Ogre - 7:5

    Belarus goals: Stefanovish — 2, Shumsky, Magdeev, Filin, Ilyin and Abakunchik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Silva
    Surprise is that you would think that either Tavares or Esposito would of made
    the team. There was alot hype going into camp that one of them was going to make the the team.
    Why would they not take at least one? Did they perform too lightly? At least Tavares
    should have made it. Are they too young. With those two we would have a killer team.

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    I believe Team Canada just lost a prepatory game to a combination CIS (Canadian University) team.

    Maybe someone else has a boxscore.

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    Boxscore


    edit

    For extensive highlights of this game, world junior analysis on the Canadian Jrs and other teams (eventually it seems).

    Go here http://broadband.tsn.ca/tsn/
    click on Hockey, click World Juniors and select your video.
    Last edited by kun; 15-12-2006 at 08:51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a3r3z
    Why would they not take at least one? Did they perform too lightly? At least Tavares
    should have made it. Are they too young. With those two we would have a killer team.
    To be honest, they are too young yet.

    Not many 16 or 17 year olds have any impact in this tournament for Canada. This is an 18.5 to 19 year old tournament.

    The last 16 year old to play for Canada, Sidney Crosby, did not really have any impact in his first year.

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    Actually Tavares is too young and I have been reading some reports that both players were invisible. However this is Esposito's second denial. I think they should have given him the benefit of the doubt and given him at least one more try. I'm not impressed with the performances from the Team Canada Cuts vs the CIS Allstars. There were several turnovers by players that at this level should happen. Last year Canada had a few 17 year olds I recall and we won with those players, against a much older experienced Russian side.

    Anyway on paper the 38 players looked like a better crop than the 2005 crop. I was hoping to bring some more gunners in, because last year our sniper talent was poor. Esposito would have added the extra punch and if Tavares was to be considered, it would have been because of his performance in the OHL. But I'm not a coach, so I don't know.

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    This is going to be fun. It's been a long time since Sweden were a genuine contender but this year may be the year when we finally get a medal again.

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    Belarus preparing to WC

    Another game of Blearus U- 20:

    Today - victory over adult latvian team Latgale - 5:3

    Belarus goals: Musienko - 2, Ilyin, Korotky, Stasenko

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    Slovakia roster

    You can find Slovakia roster here (scroll down), one or two goalies will be removed from the list.
    Last edited by VSman; 17-12-2006 at 19:49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a3r3z
    Why would they not take at least one? Did they perform too lightly? At least Tavares
    should have made it. Are they too young. With those two we would have a killer team.
    Team Canada had alot of returning players up front from last year's team so Tavares or Esposito would of played third or fouth line and I don't think you want them playing on a checking line. Both are very young and they have alot time to make an impact at the worlds. Next Year for sure.

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    In the Camp of 38 we had 10 offensive players future nhler's. This was probably the best camp in a while. The final result, the coach focuses on defense. I was hoping for a mix of defense and fowards. Especially improving our forwards, this team is going to have trouble scoring now. I think it's a fatal mistake to concentrate on pure defense like that. I think Canada should have went with a brand new coach, because the sutter mentality is different here, and we could have showcased our great talent this year. The coach picking many re-turning players, means he comfortable with those players and has no confidence in new players. It was so predictable his selection. I know Team Canada will do good, but we aren't going to dominate like we should have/couldn't have with this team. :mad:

    Disappointed. :090:

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    Switzerland roster

    Switzerland released today definitive roster for WC.

    Goaltenders:

    Reto Berra GCK Lions
    Lukas Flüeler Ottawa 67's/OHL

    Defence:

    Robin Grossmann Kloten Flyers
    Roman Josi SC Bern
    Marco Maurer EV Zug
    Antoine Morandi HC La Chaux-de-Fonds
    Sebastian Schilt HC Geneve-Servette
    Yannick Weber Kitchener Rangers/OHL
    Marc Welti HC Thurgau

    Forwards:
    Gaëtan Augsburger HC Geneve-Servette
    Jérôme Bonnet HC Geneve-Servette
    Dario Bürgler EV Zug
    Andrei Bykov HC Fribourg-Gottéron
    Samuel Friedli Rapperswil-Jona Lakers
    Etienne Froidevaux SC Bern
    Arnaud Jacquemet Kootenay Ice/WHL
    Steve Kellenberger Kloten Flyers
    Fadri Lemm HC Davos
    Kevin Lötscher SCL Tigers
    Diego Schwarzenbach EHC Olten
    Juraj Simek Brandon Wheat Kings/WHL
    Janick Steinmann EV Zug

    Reserves:
    GK : Raffael Walter EHC Visp
    Defence:
    Jérémie Kamerzin SC Bern
    Daniele Marghitola HC Ambrì-Piotta
    Matteo Nodari HC Lugano
    Forwards:
    Luca Cunti GCK Lions
    Jérémy Gailland HC Martigny
    Gregory Sciaroni HC Ambrì-Piotta

    Coach: Jakob Kölliker

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    I would have liked to go and was considering it for a short time, even though it's a long trip for me as well. But I guess that it's not gonna happen now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NML
    I would have liked to go and was considering it for a short time, even though it's a long trip for me as well. But I guess that it's not gonna happen now.
    That's too bad.

    Keep us posted on your thoughts on the television coverage of the games that will be shown.
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    Here's team Finland

    No Pos Name Birthdate Birthplace Height Weight Nat L/R Team
    1 GK HÄRMÄ Antti 05.01.1987 Vantaa 180 82 FIN L Blues
    30 GK RASK Tuukka 10.03.1987 Savonlinna 190 82 FIN L Ilves

    2 D LAAKSO Teemu 27.08.1987 Tuusula 184 92 FIN R HIFK
    3 D HAVERINEN Joni 17.05.1987 Vantaa 189 87 FIN L HIFK
    5 D SEPPÄNEN Timo 22.07.1987 Helsinki 182 94 FIN L HPK
    6 D KURKI Mikael 13.01.1987 Helsinki 180 85 FIN L Blues
    7 D LEINONEN Tommi 14.05.1987 Oulu 189 90 FIN L Kärpät
    8 D JALVANTI Joonas 09.09.1988 Lahti 182 87 FIN L Pelicans
    12 D LEHTIVUORI Joonas 19.07.1988 Tampere 181 76 FIN L Ilves

    10 F SANDELL Sami 01.03.1987 Nokia 187 87 FIN L Ilves
    11 F HUHTANEN Tuomas 16.03.1987 Pori 186 87 FIN L Ässät
    13 F LEHTONEN Mikko 01.04.1987 Espoo 193 93 FIN R Blues
    15 F LINDGREN Perttu 26.08.1987 Tampere 184 85 FIN L Ilves
    16 F SOPANEN Vili 21.10.1987 Valkeala 191 94 FIN R Pelicans
    18 F JOENSUU Jesse 05.10.1987 Pori 193 96 FIN L Ässät
    19 F LEHTERÄ Jori 23.12.1987 Helsinki 190 92 FIN L Jokerit
    22 F KOMAROV Leo 23.01.1987 Narva, EST 178 82 FIN L Pelicans
    23 F PÖYHÖNEN Marko 10.09.1987 Hollola 180 85 FIN L Pelicans
    24 F OSALA Oskar 26.12.1987 Vaasa 192 101 FIN L Mississauga Ice Dogs, OHL
    25 F KANTOLA Kai 11.09.1987 Toronto, CAN 185 80 FIN R Bowling Green State Univ Falcons
    26 F ENLUND Jonas 03.11.1987 Helsinki 183 87 FIN L Tappara
    28 F LAHTI Miika 06.02.1987 Konnevesi 188 93 FIN L JYP

    Not in Roster
    Team Officials:
    Team Manager Timo Bäckman
    Team Leader Juha Hietanen
    Head Coach Jarmo Tolvanen
    Coach Petri Matikainen, Juha Vuori
    Doctor Tapio Marin
    Equipment Manager Esa Maunula
    Physiotherapeut Tomi Mäkelä


    This must be the biggest team Finland has ever had. Average height of the team is 185,8cm. Especially forwards are big.
    Aqua jacta est

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    IIHF Team Previews: Canada

    CANADA

    Best U20 Finish: 1st place in 1982, ‘85, ‘88, ’90, ’91, ’93, ’94, ’95, ’96, ’97, ’05, ’06.
    Worst U20 Finish: 8th in 1998.
    Last five years: 2006 – 1st; 2005 – 1st; 2004 – 2nd; 2003 – 2nd; 2002 – 2nd
    Population; 33,098,932
    Registered Players: 552,040 (Juvenile: 441,307)

    2007 Player Preview: When you are Canada, a lack of veteran goaltending is no cause for worry since stepping into Justin Pogge’s place is 2005 first round (5th overall) draft selection Carey Price. Backing him up will be 1988-born Leland Irving. The defense will be loaded with talent as last year’s Directorate Top Defenseman
    Marc Staal and Media All-Star defenseman Luc Bourdon will highlight the blueliners, along with captain Kristopher Letang. For offensive punch Canada has, Jonathan Toews, drafted third overall in 2006, and Steve Downie, a Media All-Star from last year’s World Juniors.

    Bottom Line: Simply put, Canada is the team to beat at this year’s World U20s. When a team enters as twotime defending champions and a roster full of NHL draft picks, expectations are naturally high. The roster features 11 players that won a gold medal last year in Vancouver. While every Canada class is strong, the fans
    will be particularly sad to see this group of 1987-born players graduate. The group has not only last year’s U20 gold medal under their belt, but the 2005 U18 silver as well. Canada will have an early test against rival USA in the preliminary round and host Sweden might not prove to be easy for the Canadians to overcome. But
    essentially, you can bet on Canada to breeze through and appear in the playoff round.

    Other Notes: All of Canada’s players are NHL drafted, with the exception of two that are not yet eligible.
    This will be the second time in U20 history that Canada goes for three consecutive gold medals. On the flip side of the equation, the last time Canada snapped a gold medal streak it had its lowest-ever finish, eighth place in 1998. Nine of the potential Canadian players were members of the 2005 World U18 Championship team
    that earned a silver medal after falling to USA in the golden game.

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    The exhibition games can be followed online here:

    http://stats.swehockey.se/

    The first starts today at 15:30 CET

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    Forward Leo Komarov has been chosen to be the captain of team Finland. Assistant captains are Perttu Lindgren (F), Oskar Osala (F), Teemu Laakso (D) and Mikael Kurki (D). I don't know why they need 4 assistants though...

    Team Finland U20 will face their Canadian counterparts today in Helsinki at 18:30 Finnish time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shardik
    Team Finland U20 will face their Canadian counterparts today in Helsinki at 18:30 Finnish time.
    could you provide a live feed link?

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    20. December 2006

    USA - CZECH REPUBLIC 6:3 (2:1, 4:1, 0:1)
    USA 9x2, CZE 5x2, SOG 27:39 (8:12, 10:16, 9:11), Contigahallen, Norrtälje, Att: 375
    lineups

    56.52 2 min USA 11. FRASER, Jimmy HOLD
    50.15 2 min USA 20. VAN RIEMSDYK, James SLASH
    50.01 6 - 3 EQ CZE 27. FROLIK, Michael (21. VORACEK, Jakub 15. BARTON, Jaroslav)
    Second Period (34 min, total 1h 20 min)
    39.12 6 - 2 EQ USA 24. LEWIS, Trevor
    (8. OKPOSO, Kyle
    19. STOA, Ryan)
    38.07 5 - 2 EQ USA 9. GERBE, Nate (27. KANE, Patrick, 88. MUELLER, Peter)
    35.51 2 min USA 22. LEE, Brian HOLD
    29.51 GK in CZE 30. KOVAR, Jakub
    29.51 GK out CZE 1. PAVELEC, Ondrej
    29.51 2 min USA 6. JOHNSON, Erik HOLD
    27.45 4 - 2 PP1 USA 3. JOHNSON, Jack (88. MUELLER, Peter 8. OKPOSO, Kyle)
    27.19 3 - 2 PP2 USA 20. VAN RIEMSDYK, James (6. JOHNSON, Erik 27. KANE, Patrick)
    26.42 2 min CZE 11. SOBOTKA, Vladimir HOOK
    25.22 2 min CZE 15. BARTON, Jaroslav ROUGH
    25.22 2 min CZE 15. BARTON, Jaroslav ROUGH
    25.22 2 min USA 5. GEOFFRION, Blake ROUGH
    24.16 0 min USA T. Team USA P-SHOT
    21.07 2 - 2 PP2 CZE 11. SOBOTKA, Vladimir (28. KANA, Tomas, 22. VOJTA, Jakub)
    20.38 2 min USA 88. MUELLER, Peter P-OUT
    20.00 2 min USA T. Team USA DELAY
    First Period (31 min, total 31 min)
    19.51 2 - 1 EQ USA 16. CARMAN, Michael (4. CHORNEY, Taylor)
    [b[16.11 1 - 1 EQ USA 9. GERBE, Nate (27. KANE, Patrick)[/b]
    15.24 2 min USA 19. STOA, Ryan INTRF
    14.52 2 min CZE 6. LESAK, Vaclav HOOK
    09.19 2 min CZE 9. KINDL, Jakub HOOK
    08.25 0 - 1 EQ CZE 18. CERNY, Jakub (16. RAKOS, Daniel 19. KVETON, David)
    06.06 2 min USA 2. LAWSON, Kyle HOOK
    00.00 GK in CZE 1. PAVELEC, Ondrej
    00.00 GK in USA 37. ZATKOFF, Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramses
    could you provide a live feed link?
    I thought there was none but Finnish Ice Hockey Federation does better work than I thought :003:

    http://80.248.243.180/07_kausi_mm/rt...N_TYPE=81.html

    Canada leads 0-2 after one period. Finland only got 1 shot on goal so far...
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    Thanks a lot.

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    Finland scores! 1-2 Teemu Laakso

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    Quote Originally Posted by Québecois
    Finland scores! 1-2 Teemu Laakso
    Where do you follow the game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butcher
    Where do you follow the game?
    on live ticker Shardik posted here above

    http://80.248.243.180/07_kausi_mm/rt...N_TYPE=81.html

    BTW: 3-1 Canada Steve Downie on PP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Québecois
    on live ticker Shardik posted here above

    http://80.248.243.180/07_kausi_mm/rt...N_TYPE=81.html

    BTW: 3-1 Canada Steve Downie on PP
    Oh dont know how i could miss that. The last thing i saw was Ramses asking for a link :036:

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    Final score:

    Finland - Canada 2-5 (0-2,1-0,1-3)
    10:17 0-1 PP Karl Alzner (Jonathan Toews,Andrew Cogliano)
    15:58 0-2 PP Brad Marchand (Steve Downie,Karl Alzner)
    39:41 1-2 PP Teemu Laakso (Timo Seppänen)
    41:36 1-3 PP Steve Downie (Karl Alzner,Sam Gagner)
    48:20 1-4 Andrew Cogliano (Brad Marchand,Steve Downie)
    52:39 1-5 Jonathan Toews
    58:05 2-5 Vili Sopanen (Jori Lehterä,Sami Sandell)

    Goalies:
    Tuukka Rask FIN 13+13+7=33
    Carey Price CAN 6+8+11=25

    PIM: FIN 7x2 CAN 5x2
    Att: 3,101

    Lineups:
    Finland: 31 RASK Tuukka (32 HÄRMÄ Antti); 1st line: 5 LAAKSO Teemu 62 SEPPÄNEN Timo 12 LINDGREN Perttu 13 LEHTONEN Mikko 37 HUHTANEN Tuomas; 2nd line: 6 LEINONEN Tommi 26 KURKI Mikael 14 ENLUND Jonas 22 KOMAROV Leo 45 JOENSUU Jesse; 3rd line: 8 LEHTIVUORI Joonas 33 JALVANTI Joonas 11 LEHTERÄ Jori 15 SANDELL Sami 35 SOPANEN Vili; 4th line: 61 HAVERINEN Joni 20 LAHTI Miika 34 PÖYHÖNEN Marko 58 OSALA Oskar 66 KANTOLA Kai
    Canada: 1 PRICE Carey (31 IRVING Leland); 1st line: 4 PARENT Ryan 14 STAAL Marc 7 DOWNIE Steve 9 COGLIANO Andrew 17 MARCHAND Brad; 2nd line: 5 LETANG Kristopher 6 BOURDON Luc 22 BERTRAM Daniel 23 O Marra 29 TOEWS Jonathan; 3rd line: 10 RUSSELL Kris 26 FRANSON Cody 19 NEAL James 20 LITTLE Bryan 27 PYATT Tom; 4th line: 3 ALZNER Karl 11 CLICHE Marc-Andre 12 MCARDLE Kenndal 15 HELM Darren 38 GAGNER Sam
    "Lord Baelish, what you suggest is treason."
    "Only if we lose."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raven
    Any news on the TV shedule in the US? I'll be in Florida for Xmas...

    So any news yet?????????????


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raven
    So any news yet?????????????


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    The WJC are not shown on American TV. (They were shown on ESPN/ESPN2 when they were in North Dakota back in 2004 - but that was a one time thing)

    I believe TSN will have internet streaming of Team Canada's games though, right?

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    yep, just wanted to sit in front of a flat screen HDTV to watch the games :087:
    Online will do!

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    Sweden - Switzerland 4:2 (2:0, 1:1, 1:1)
    Norrköping, att: 550
    1:0 (12:06) Patrik Berglund (Niklas Hjalmarsson, Jhonas Enroth) PP1
    2:0 (15:17) Martin Johansson (Patrik Berglund, Andreas Thuresson)
    3:0 (36:16) Fredrik Pettersson (Alexander Ribbenstrand, Jhonas Enroth)
    3:1 (36:56) Arnaud Jacquemet (Robin Grossman)
    3:2 (41:07) Gaëtan Augsburger
    4:2 (58:44) Patrik Berglund (Andreas Thuresson) PP
    SWE 4x2, SUI 8x2, SOG 33:26.

    Note than Jhonas Enroth produced two assists on 4 goals. Not bad for a goaltender!

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    Belarus exhibition game

    Belarus has a final trainig camp before WC at home. Today they played a friendly game agnist Belarus extraliga club Gomel.

    Gomel - Belarus U20 5:3 (1:1, 1:2, 3:0)

    01.58 - 0:1, Stefanovich
    11.36 - 1:1, Ilyin (Maslennikov, Amdrievsky) +1
    21.25 - 2:1, Eliseenko (Myadel) - 1
    28.38 - 2:2, Kitarov (Kostsytsin)
    38.36 - 2:3, Stefanovich (Ilyin, Musienko)
    40.48 - 3:3, Dryndin (Andrievsky, Shevelev)
    52.23 - 4:3, Eliseenko
    58.12 - 5:3, Myadel (Chernyavsky) -1
    PIM:9x2 - 5x2+1x10 (Yaskevich)

    Belarus: Zhuravsky; Shvedov, Stasenko, Yaskevich, Korobov, Shumsky, Korotky, Gavrilenok; Stefanovich, Musienko, Ilyin, Kostsitsyn, Kitarov, Magdeev, Filin, Stas, Abakunchik, Voroshilov, Komarov, Violenty, Schurko.

    Stefanovich is an interesting player. One of the most young, but seems to be very talented.

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    - On the IIHF website it says's USA won their game to.
    - Canada 5 vs Finland 2 Final. On the TSN website, in their broadband network highlights of the game and post game are available. (There is a ton of Canada clips and analysis)

    Link to highlights of Canada vs Finland (5-2)
    http://broadband.tsn.ca/?vid=2089

    Post Game:
    http://broadband.tsn.ca/?vid=2090


    Raven:

    I think they showed the World Juniors in the USA if you had the Center Ice Package. It was TSN feeds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a3r3z
    - On the IIHF website it says's USA won their game to.
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    see post #33 in this thread

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    It's not TV, but all team USA games will be radio broadcast from USA hockey.

    http://www.usahockey.com/2007wjc/main_site/main/home//
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    Belarus final roster

    Was announced today by head coach Eduard Zankovets.

    25 ZHURAUSKI Dzmitry GK L 1.74 / 5'9'' 74 / 163 11 JUL 1987 Dynamo Minsk
    30 PRONIN Valery GK L 1.96 / 6'5'' 90 / 198 26 APR 1988 HC Keramin Minsk

    3 HAURYLIONAK Aliaksei D L 1.87 / 6'2'' 87 / 192 20 OCT 1987 Dynamo Minsk
    16 KAROTKI Yahor D L 1.78 / 5'10'' 79 / 174 02 FEB 1988 HC Vitebsk
    24 KORABAU Dzmitry D L 1.89 / 6'2'' 95 / 209 12 MAR 1989 HC Gomel
    6 SHUMSKI Dzmitry D R 1.86 / 6'1'' 85 / 187 14 JAN 1988 Yunost Minsk
    2 SHVEDAU Ihar D L 1.87 / 6'2'' 78 / 172 06 MAR 1987 Khimik SKA Novopolotsk
    5 STASENKO Nikolay D L 1.95 / 6'5'' 101 / 223 15 FEB 1987 Yunost Minsk
    29 SYREI Aliaksandr D R 1.90 / 6'3'' 92 / 203 26 AUG 1988 HC Brest
    7 YASKEVICH Heorhi D R 1.83 / 6'0'' 87 / 192 29 NOV 1988 Khimik SKA Novopolotsk

    22 ABAKUNCHYK Aliaksandr F L 1.84 / 6'0'' 89 / 196 31 MAY 1987 Yunost Minsk
    10 FILIN Yahor F L 1.84 / 6'0'' 80 / 176 29 NOV 1987 Yunost Minsk
    14 ILYIN Yury F L 1.74 / 5'9'' 72 / 159 24 JUN 1987 Khimvolokno Mogilev
    17 KAMAROU Mikita F R 1.87 / 6'2'' 86 / 190 28 JUN 1988 Khimik SKA Novopolotsk
    23 KASTSITSYN Siarhei F L 1.82 / 5'12'' 86 / 190 20 MAR 1987 London Knights
    13 KITARAU Aliaksandr F L 1.88 / 6'2'' 83 / 183 18 JUN 1987 Khimik SKA Novopolotsk
    21 MAHDZEYEU Raman F L 1.80 / 5'11'' 80 / 176 17 APR 1987 Khimvolokno Mogilev
    12 MUSIYENKA Pavel F L 1.75 / 5'9'' 71 / 157 15 FEB 1987 HC Gomel
    26 STAS Andrei F L 1.87 / 6'2'' 79 / 174 18 OCT 1988 Yunost Minsk
    18 STSEFANOVICH Mikhail F R 1.88 / 6'2'' 92 / 203 27 NOV 1989 HC Gomel
    11 VARASHYLAU Ihar F L 1.82 / 5'12'' 84 / 185 13 AUG 1989 Moncton Wildcats
    19 VIALENTSIY Dzmitry F L 1.80 / 5'11'' 73 / 161 23 SEP 1987 HC Gomel

    As you can see, Schurko, Razvadovsky and Korotkevich (that IIHF media guuide told about him - http://www.internationalhockeygang.o...67632post67632, post #5) aren't in the roster...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brimsek
    It's not TV, but all team USA games will be radio broadcast from USA hockey.

    http://www.usahockey.com/2007wjc/main_site/main/home//
    Ya know..... If the Irish federation can put together a live video stream you would think USA hockey could do something similar. Or are they not allowed to because it's a major tournament?

    I would like to see more initiative from USA hockey in marketing the WJCs though. Even Versus could show it. I'm sure Versus would get better ratings for the WJCs than their regularly scheduled hunting show repeats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Helix-

    I would like to see more initiative from USA hockey in marketing the WJCs though. Even Versus could show it. I'm sure Versus would get better ratings for the WJCs than their regularly scheduled hunting show repeats.
    I've emailed VS about this when they were awarded the NHL contract and again recently. No reply. I agree with you 100%, but I think we'll be listening to it via the net. :087:
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    Change for team Finland. Jori Lehterä is injured and will be replaced by Ville Korhonen of Ilves.
    Aqua jacta est

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    u20 IHWC Belarus - Slovakia friendly

    Belarus — Slovakia 3:5 (1:1, 0:1, 2:3)

    1:0 — Stefanovich (Ilyin, Musienko, 5.27 — PP)
    1:1 - Záborský(9)
    2:1 - Magušin (47)
    2:2 - Bližňák (43)
    2:3 — Stefanovich (Musienko, Korotkiy, 49.21).
    2:4 - Buc(50)
    3:4 — Musienko (Korobov, Stefanovich, 56.34)
    3:5 - Mikúš(59)

    SOG: 20—41 (10—9, 4—18, 6—14)
    PIM: 30—32

    Sorry for such poor statistics of slovak goals - that's the only info I've found (on slovakian page; belarus page has specified only belarus goals)


    And the conclusion: it will be real miracle if Belarus will stay in the elite..

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    Having read through the thread I'm still a little confused by TSN's coverage. The online stuff they're showing on their website, is that just Canadian games?
    Also, will TSN actually be showing WJC into Canada because there's a dude on TVU who streams TSN so I could watch games that way too.
    Hopefully I can set up the web browser on my Wii (got it today) and it can support viewing the games. That way I can watch WJC on my plasma in Australia albeit on a small window on the plasma.

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    Team USA named defenseman Taylor Chorney as captain. The alternates are; defenseman Kyle Lawson and forward Jim Fraser.

    http://www.usahockey.com/2007wjc/mai...tains_122306//
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    Russia's Roster

    Here's the roster of the Russian team:
    Goaltenders:
    Semen Varlamov (Lokomotiv)
    Nikita Bespalov (CSKA)
    Defenders:
    Vyacheslav Buravchikov (Ak Bars)
    Vitaly Anikeenko (Lokomotiv)
    Pavel Valentenko (Neftekhimik)
    Evgeny Ryasensky (Ak Bars)
    Alexander Loginov (Salavat Yulaev)
    Yury Alexandrov (Severstal)
    Andrew Zuberev (Ak Bars)
    Vyacheslav Voinov (Traktor)
    Forwarders:
    Alexander Kucheryavenko (Salavat Yulaev)
    Ilya Zubov (Salavat Yulaev)
    Anton Krysanov (Lada) :hockey1:
    Igor Makarov (SKA) :023:
    Andrew Kiryukhin (Lokomotiv)
    Artem Anisimov (Lokomotiv)
    Gennady Churilov (Lokomotiv)
    Anton Golovatsky (Metallurg, Magnitogorsk)
    Igor Musatov (Ak Bars)
    Alexei Cherepanov (Avangard) (10 goals in RSL) :nr:
    Alexander Bumagin (Lada)

    Head Coach:
    Evgeny Popikhin
    Last edited by DIN; 25-12-2006 at 09:15.
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    Friendly game

    Dynamo, Moscow - Russia U20 3:3
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