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    That's a shame, i would have loved to see Svatos at the IHWC. I think he's a great player. Good wheels.

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    Belarus Belarus first preparatory game

    Today in Ljubljana Belarus won over Slovenia national team 5:2. Interesting, that all goals were scored in third period. 1000 spectators attended the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldair View Post
    Today in Ljubljana Belarus won over Slovenia national team 5:2. Interesting, that all goals were scored in third period. 1000 spectators attended the game.
    Could you post the game summary, if you've got it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    Could you post the game summary, if you've got it?
    Not have a full one, only goals scorers. However, I can post what I have right now and to fill that later.Do you want me to post it here?

    http://forums.internationalhockey.ne...ead.php?t=4918

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    Olli Jokinen won't come to aid Finland in Moscow. He has a wrist surgery to go through. First Saku now the chief...

    Maybe we should post an add in some newspaper. First line center wanted...

    Mikko Koivu's big chance on national team level coming up. Hoping even more than before that Selänne gets that big chance on the cup ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldair View Post
    Not have a full one, only goals scorers. However, I can post what I have right now and to fill that later.Do you want me to post it here?

    http://forums.internationalhockey.ne...ead.php?t=4918
    I have also minutes, but not seconds... :/

    45:?? 0:1 Ivo Jan
    47:?? 0:2 Jaka Avgustincic
    54:?? 1:2 Sergei Erkovich
    55:?? 2:2 Aleksei Ugarov
    57:?? 3:2 Sergei Zadelenov
    59:?? 4:2 Andrei Glebov
    59:?? 5:2 Sergei Zadelenov

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    Today Kirill Starkov officially joined the Danish NT. I have to say that he looks great in a red and white jersey with a lion on his chest :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by indulgeo View Post
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    jaroslav halak (montreal) joining the prep team next week – big thanx to montreal for not sending him to help the hamilton bulldogs in the ahl play offs (credit to vaclav nedomansky who helped to negotiate this)
    if he will have the chance to really play with Slovakia it's a great think for Jaro's experience ...better than AHL I supose!

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    The two major Danish talents Mikkel Bødker and Lars Eller, who have just been promoted to the a-pool with the Danish u18 team will join the senior team in a couple of test matches against Germany.

    I hope that we will see them in Moscow, and there should be a fair chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butcher View Post
    The two major Danish talents Mikkel Bødker and Lars Eller, who have just been promoted to the a-pool with the Danish u18 team will join the senior team in a couple of test matches against Germany.

    I hope that we will see them in Moscow, and there should be a fair chance.
    No Philip Larsen?
    I would be very surprised if any of those to can claim a spot

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    Switzerland Team Switzerland

    Team Switzerland:

    David Aebischer (Montréal/NHL)
    Thomas Bäumle (Ambrì)
    Jonas Hiller (Davos)
    Daniel Manzato (Basel).

    Goran Bezina (Servette/Salzburg)
    Severin Blindenbacher (ZSC Lions)
    Félicien Du Bois (Ambrì)
    Patrick Fischer (Rapperswil)
    Beat Forster (ZSC Lions)
    Beat Gerber (Bern)
    John Gobbi (Servette)
    Steve Hirschi (Lugano)
    Mathias Seger (ZSC Lions)
    Martin Steinegger (Bern)
    Mark Streit (Montréal/NHL)
    Julien Vauclair (Lugano)

    Andres Ambühl (Davos)
    Duri Camichel (Zug)
    Patric Della Rossa (Basel)
    Thomas Déruns (Genève-Servette)
    Paul Di Pietro (Zug)
    Sandy Jeannin (Lugano)
    Romano Lemm (Kloten)
    Thibaut Monnet (Fribourg)
    Marc Reichert (Bern)
    Ivo Rüthemann (Bern)
    Raffaele Sannitz (Lugano)
    Julien Sprunger (Fribourg)
    Adrian Wichser (ZSC Lions)
    Valentin Wirz (Lugano)
    Thomas Ziegler (Bern).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viktor View Post
    No Philip Larsen?
    I would be very surprised if any of those to can claim a spot
    Mikkel Bødker and Lars Eller are perhaps too young to participate in Moscow (Bødker only recently turned 17), but they are definitively part of the future Danish national team.

    Both players dominated the Swedish U20 playoffs and led Frölunda to gold. Bødker was the scoring leader in the U20 playoffs, he was also the scoring leader and most valuable player in the U18 world championships. The Hockey News ranks him as an overall top 10 prospect in the 2008 draft. Eller is ranked in top 5 among European skaters in Central Scouting Bureau's latest ranking. Also keep in mind that Denmark is not Sweden. We do not produce such great talents often.

    I therefore think it was very wise of Mike Sirant to invite them to Germany so they can gain experience with the senior team. Whether they make the cut is another thing. I don't think it will happen. They were invited to the camp because Jens Nielsen and Bo Nordby are sick.

    Phillip Larsen? haven't heard anything.
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    IN: Erik Cole, Chad LaRose, John Grahame http://hurricanes.nhl.com/team/app/?...ticleid=298761
    Robert Esche http://www.philly.com/dailynews/spor..._we_talk_.html
    Andrew Alberts, Matt Green, Toby Petersen (said to be confirmed in Finnish forums but no source)


    OUT: Mika Noronen (personal reasons)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    Mikkel Bødker and Lars Eller are perhaps too young to participate in Moscow (Bødker only recently turned 17), but they are definitively part of the future Danish national team.

    Both players dominated the Swedish U20 playoffs and led Frölunda to gold. Bødker was the scoring leader in the U20 playoffs, he was also the scoring leader and most valuable player in the U18 world championships. The Hockey News ranks him as an overall top 10 prospect in the 2008 draft. Eller is ranked in top 5 among European skaters in Central Scouting Bureau's latest ranking. Also keep in mind that Denmark is not Sweden. We do not produce such great talents often.

    I therefore think it was very wise of Mike Sirant to invite them to Germany so they can gain experience with the senior team. Whether they make the cut is another thing. I don't think it will happen. They were invited to the camp because Jens Nielsen and Bo Nordby are sick.

    Phillip Larsen? haven't heard anything.
    The two missing players explains it, and of course its right to let them get some experience with games like that. I just mean that the biggest junior star is Larsen(aim a frölundafan, all 3 play there), I think he is already good enough fore a Danish World champ-spot. He already claimed a spot in Rögle last year, and has played some games fore maybe the best European club on paper. I know off Nielsen and Damgaard but who are the rest of the defensemen?

    I know that the Danish league is about as good as the middle of Allsvenskan, but can really any one of the rest claim a spot in a Allsvenska topp-club?(which Larsen already did last year)

    Edit. Fore my Danish freinds
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    Frans Nielsen went to Finland for the IHWC in 2003 when he had just turned 18 a couple of DAYS before. Considering that Eller and Bødker are significantly more talented, i would say that they are ready for the job. At that time he played for Malmö in the J20.

    As for Philip Larsen i would really love to see him in Moscow. He could do well alongside Daniel Nielsen(Going to Leksand next season, GREAT player). Larsen being the defensive player, and Nielsen the offensive.

    Keeping in mind that Sirant has said that he was considering bringing some of the young talents, i would not be surprised to see them in Moscow. It all depends on how they are doing in Germany, i guess. Also remember that if we don't have Kim Staal, Frans Nielsen and Jannik Hansen(which would be something like our strongest offensive line) available.

    EDIT:
    And thanks a lot for the video!

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    Exhibition game in Budapest: Hungary vs Norway

    Hungary down 0:5 after 1st period. Looks like five straight exhib losses for the Hungarian team.

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    Denmark Denmark, IHWC Roster Camp II (vs Germany)

    Michael Madsen, Herlev
    Peter Hirsch, Leksand (SWE-1)
    Simon Nielsen, Rødovre

    Daniel Nielsen, Leksand (SWE-1)
    Henrik Benjaminsen, Odense
    Jesper Damgaard, Lugano (SUI)
    Mads Bødker, Rögle (SWE-1)
    Mads Møller, AAB
    Morten Dahlmann, Nordsjælland
    Rasmus Pander, AAB
    Stefan Lassen, Herning

    Alexander Sundberg, Rødovre
    Christoffer Kjærgaard, Herning
    Kiril Starkov, Red Deer Rebels (WHL)
    Lars Eller, Frölunda (SWE- J20)
    Mads Christensen, Herning
    Michael Smidt, Rødøvre
    Mikkel Bødker, Frölunda (SWE, J20)
    Morten Green, Leksand (SWE-1)
    Morten Madsen, Victoriaville Tigres (QMJHL)
    Nichlas Hardt, Herlev
    Peter Regin, Timrå (SWE)
    Rasmus Olsen, Herning
    Ronnie Thomassen, Rødovre
    Thor Dresler, Odense

    Absent: Andreas Andreasen (Captain), Jens Nielsen, Bo Nordby (all sickness)

    Btw, young prospect Phillip Larsen did not participate in the J18 world championship so I figure he is injured.

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    Just a minor thing. Rasmus Pander plays for Herning, and Rasmus Olsen plays for Aab.

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    Belarus

    Belarus forward from Slavat Yulaev Yaroslav Chupris got a serious shoulder injury in the yesterday's game with Slovenia. Doctors say that he is out from the game for a month at least and will miss WC....One more minus for Belarus..

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    Yes, there was an attempt to summon some members of the golden generation to national team but it failed.
    Apart from Jiří Dopita (Znojmo) and Martin Procházka, Pavel Patera (Kladno) will not take part at the World Championship. He finished this season very soon and wasn't sure if he was ready enough for the tournament.

    Roman Turek (České Budějovice) hasn't been in the national team for 10 years, Milan Hnilička (Liberec) is injured. So Roman Čechmánek (Třinec) will be the #1 netminder.

    Jaromír Jágr decided to end his career in the national team and Martin Straka doesn't feel fully fit for the tournament. Neither Aleš Hemský (Edmonton) will play because of injury and I am not sure about Milan Hejduk (Colorado).
    Current squad (11th April) of the Czech national team (for matches against Slovakia)

    Goaltenders:
    Roman Čechmánek (Třinec), Adam Svoboda (Slavia Prague), Marek Pinc (Vítkovice, in the end of the season Fribourg and Biel, SUI).
    Defencemen:
    Radek Hamr (Kloten, SUI), Miroslav Blaťák (Mora, SWE), Tomáš Žižka (Slavia Prague), Lukáš Zíb (Liberec), Petr Gřegořek (Č. Budějovice), David Nosek (Zlín), Jan Výtisk (Třinec), Jan Platil (CSKA Moscow, RUS).
    Forwards:
    Jaroslav Balaštík (HV´71 Jönköping, SWE), Josef Straka (Lukko Rauma, FIN), Ivan Huml (Mora, SWE), Ladislav Kohn (Espoo, FIN), Jaroslav Bednář (Slavia Prague), Jindřich Kotrla, Viktor Hübl, Kamil Brabenec, Štěpán Hřebejk (all Č. Budějovice), Roman Červenka (Slavia Prague), Pavel Kubiš, Martin Záhorovský, Ivan Rachůnek (all Zlín).

    Players who will join the team from Europe:
    F: Michal Barinka, Petr Hubáček (both Vítkovice, last Bern, SUI), Zbyněk Irgl (Vítkovice, last Davos, SUI).

    Players from Sparta and Pardubice are still in play-off fights as well as F: Tomáš Vlasák (Linköping, SWE), Miloslav Hořava (MoDo, SWE) and Jan Marek (Magnitogorsk, RUS).

    Confirmed participations from NHL:
    David Výborný (Columbus), Petr Tenkrát (Boston), Jiří Novotný (Washington).
    Not confirmed:
    D: Rostislav Klesla (Columbus), Zbyněk Michálek (Phoenix), Ladislav Šmíd (Edmonton), Jaroslav Modrý (Los Angeles)
    F: Petr Čajánek, Radek Dvořák (both St. Louis), Tomáš Plekanec, Radek Bonk (both Montreal), Rostislav Olesz (Florida).

    Out due to health or personal reasons:
    D:Tomáš Kaberle, Pavel Kubina (both Toronto), František Kaberle (Carolina), Jan Hejda
    F: Aleš Hemský, Petr Sýkora (all Edmonton), Martin Havlát, Radim Vrbata (both Chicago), Josef Vašíček (Carolina), Milan Hejduk (Colorado). Martin Ručinský (NY Rangers) ended his career in the national team.

    Players who are playing in farm teams:
    G: Tomáš Pöpperle (Columbus), Marek Schwarz
    D: Roman Polák (both St. Louis)
    F: Petr Kalus (Boston), Kamil Kreps (Florida), Tomáš Fleischmann, Jakub Klepiš (both Washington)

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    Switzerland

    Thomas Ziegler (SC Bern) will not play in Moscow due to personal reasons.

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    Italy Italy final extended roster

    Goaltenders:
    Andrea Carpano (Aquile FVG Pontebba)
    Renè Baur (SHC Fassa)
    Günther Hell (HC Bolzano Foxes)
    Adam Russo* (HC Merano)

    Defence:
    Andrea Lutz (Aquile FVG Pontebba)
    Florian Ramoser (HC Bolzano Foxes)
    Armin Hofer (HC Val Pusteria)
    Alexander Egger (Renon/Ritten Sport)
    Carlo Lorenzi, Francesco De Biasio* (Alleghe Hockey)
    Andrè Signoretti (Herning Blue Fox-DEN)
    Carter James Vincent Trevisani (Södertälje-SWE)
    Robert Mulick (SG Cortina)
    Michele Strazzabosco, Christian Borgatello, Armin Helfer (HC Milano Vipers)

    Forwards:
    John Parco, Jonathan Pittis (Asiago Hockey AS)
    Alexander Andergassen*, Braian Belcastro* (KSV Kaltern/Caldaro)
    Patrick Bona, Max Oberrauch* (HC ValPusteria)
    Flavio Faggioni, Roland Ramoser (HC Bolzano Foxes)
    Stefano Margoni (Aquile FVG Pontebba)
    Ivan Demetz (HC Ghërdeina)*
    Paolo Bustreo (Renon/Ritten)
    Nicola Fontanive, Manuel De Toni (Alleghe Hockey)
    Patrice Lefebvre (Lausanne HC-SUI)
    Giorgio De Bettin, Luca Ansoldi (SG Cortina)
    Mario Brian Chitarroni, Luca Rigoni, Giulio Scandella (HC Milano Vipers)

    *players with almost no chances to partecipate at WC

    Roster with no many new faces. Without veteran goalie Jason Muzzatti Italy has a serious problem between the pipes.
    Happy to see Trevisani and Signoretti, very surprise to see veteran Pat Lefebvre....

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    Belarus Italy-Belarus friendly game

    Today in Cortina d'Ampezzo Belarus national team won over Italy 4-1.
    The second game between them will be played the day after tomorrow in Trento.

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    Italy – Belarus 1-4 (0-1; 1-2; 0-1)

    For Italy scored Paolo Bustreo.
    At the moment I haven't other informations.

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    Germany - Denmark 4-2 (0:2,3:0,1:0)
    0:1 Rasmus Olsen (7.)
    0:2 Ronnie Thomassen (20.)
    1:2 Alexander Barta (32.)
    2:2 John Tripp (35.)
    3:2 Philip Gogulla (own goal Jesper Damgaard) (40.)
    4:2 Michael Hackert (60.)
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    Germany

    Rainer Köttstorfer (Krefeld) is out due to injury of his shoulder. Substitute is Robert Dietrich (Düsseldorf).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atahualpa View Post
    Italy – Belarus 1-4 (0-1; 1-2; 0-1)

    For Italy scored Paolo Bustreo.
    At the moment I haven't other informations.
    For Belarus: Denisov, Ugarov, Kurilin and prospect Demagin.

    P.S. These two posts are moved to "Preparations for Moscow" thread - here is the pure statistics thread only.

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    Ukraine Ukraine news: Tretiak vs. Ukraine 5:0 forfeit

    New upsets for ukrainian fans continue to arrive...

    After that NHLers Ponikarovsky and Babchuk declined to play for Ukraine, there is a full list of RSL players wich will not play in Moscow also: Konstantin Simchuk (like Mezin for Belarus), Artem Osroushko, Sergey Varlamov, Vadim Shakhraichuk and Konstantin Kasyanchuk... Most of the chances that Gennady Razin and Andrei Mikhnov will decline also...

    The reason? Tretiak's dracon politics. The same destiny shares Kazakhstan (wich will play at WC in DIV. 1 without any single RSL player) and should be Belarus, but BIHF just paid to the russian clubs for belarus players...Ukraine and Kazakhstan federations are not so rich...

    So who will play for Ukraine at WC? The main power became the players from BOL that are qualified and good but probably not enough to stya in the Elite....So, Ukraine's main opponent Denmark (not counting Russia and Finland wich should win) seems in a big advantage...That means maybe this season Ukraine will go to Div.1 after 9 years in Top Division in a row...Very sad as they loosing not at the sport arena....
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    Slovakia chara in moscow

    zdeno chara (boston) accepted the invitation to join the slovak nt

    cheers!

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    Sweden Steen in, Sundin out

    Toronto forward Alex Steen will play for Sweden.
    Mats Sundin declined his invitation.

    Source: local radio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz View Post
    Toronto forward Alex Steen will play for Sweden.
    Mats Sundin declined his invitation.

    Source: local radio.
    Confirmed early today by Bengt-Åke Gustafsson to Swedish Radio.

    Here's is Sweden's current training camp, 10-13 April Stockholm



    Erik Ersberg, HV 71, Johan Backlund, Timrå, Daniel Henriksson, Färjestad.

    Daniel Fernholm, Djurgården, Per Hållberg, Zug, Kenny Jönsson, Rögle, Jan Sandström, Luleå, Anton Strålman, Timrå, Dick Tärnström, Lugano, Johan Åkerman, HV 71.

    Fredrik Bremberg, Djurgården, Nicklas Bäckström, Brynäs, Johan Davidsson, HV 71, Jonathan Hedström, Timrå, Patric Hörnqvist, Djurgården, Jörgen Jönsson, Färjestad, Magnus Kahnberg, Frölunda, Mathias Månsson, Brynäs, Martin Thörnberg, HV 71, Rickard Wallin, Lugano, Fredrik Warg, Timrå.

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    Slovakia summary - not playing in moscow:

    peter bondra (chicago blackhawks)
    michal handzus (chicago blackhawks)
    peter budaj (colorado avalanche)
    marek svatos (colorado avalanche)
    juraj kolnik (florida panthers)
    jozef stumpel (florida panthers)
    lubomir visnovsky (los angeles kings)
    branislav mezei (florida panthers)
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    The USA has absolutely terrible goaltending......Esche and Graham?

    Ugh.....I hope the USA avoids relegation.

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    Who do you suppose Slovakia will choose as their starting goaltender? With Krizan, Stana, and Halak all playing so well as of late, it's a veritable embarassment of riches between the pipes.

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    On the issue whether Mikkel Bødker and Lars Eller should go to Moscow.

    Lars Eller made an assist yesterday on the senior team against Germany. I find it a little funny that they have now played on the u18, u20 and the senior team within 1 year. And Eller has made points for all teams.

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    Finland NHL players to Finland roster

    IN:
    Fredrik Norrena (G) Columbus
    Lasse Kukkonen (D) Philadelphia
    Tony Salmelainen (F) Chicago
    Tuomo Ruutu (F) Chicago
    Niko Kapanen (F) Phoenix
    Ville Peltonen (F) Florida

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    It was also announced that following NHL players will not aid Finland in Moscow:
    Ossi Väänänen (surgery coming up)
    Joni Pitkänen (personal reasons)
    Sami Kapanen (personal reasons)
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    Canada More players confirmed for Canada

    http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Hockey/Wor...003962-cp.html

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    Ukraine Ukraine roster

    Here's enlarged roster for Ukraine:

    Goaltenders:
    FEDOROV Oleksandr 12-04-78 Kiev, Ukraine 182 84 L GK KHIMVOLOKNO, BLR 10 -22
    KARPENKO Igor 23-07-76 Kiev, Ukraine 171 86 L GK DINAMO Minsk, BLR 64 -171
    SIMCHUK Kostyantyn 26-02-74 Kiev, Ukraine 186 89 L GK CSKA, RUS 58 -161
    Defenders:
    BLAGOY Oleg 04-12-79 Kiev, Ukraine D SOKOL, UKR 25 2 2 4
    GUNKO Yuriy 28-02-72 Kiev, Ukraine 190 100 L LD SOKOL, UKR 120 7 32 39
    ISAYENKO Denys 17-03-80 Kharkiv, Ukraine 177 94 L RD HC GOMEL, BLR 54 7 7 14
    KLIMENTYEV Serhiy 05-04-75 Kiev, Ukraine 187 82 L D HC MVD, RUS 86 11 25 36
    LYUTKEVICH Vitaly 04-04-80 Kiev, Ukraine 177 82 L D KERAMIN, BLR 20 0 1 1
    NAVARENKO Yury 10-09-79 Kiev, Ukraine 178 80 L D HC VITEBSK, BLR 27 0 7 7
    OSTROUSHKO Artem 18-03-74 Kiev, Ukraine 185 91 L RD HC MVD, RUS 107 3 10 13
    POBEDONOSTSEV Oleksandr 19-11-81 Kiev, Ukraine 185 89 L D KHIMVOLOKNO, BLR 18 2 1 3
    POLONITSKIY Vasyl 28-02-77 Kharkiv, Ukraine 180 84 L RD HC VITEBSK, BLR 44 2 4 6
    RAZIN Gennady 03-02-78 Kharkiv, Ukraine 193 97 L LD AK BARS, RUS 13 0 3 3
    SRYUBKO Andrey 21-10-75 Kiev, Ukraine 190 95 L D HC DMITROV, RUS 61 6 3 9
    TIMCHENKO Vyacheslav 16-08-71 Kiev, Ukraine 182 86 L D HC GOMEL, BLR 73 6 12 18
    TOLKUNOV Dmytro 27-05-79 Kiev, Ukraine 186 91 R LD DINAMO Minsk, BLR 33 2 4 6
    ZAVALNYUK Vyacheslav 10-12-74 Kiev, Ukraine 181 90 L D METALLURG Mg, RUS 103 10 11 21
    Forwarders:
    BOBKIN Oleksandr 02-09-82 Kiev, Ukraine 179 85 L F SOKOL, UKR 17 3 2 5
    BOBROVNIKOV Vasyl 08-11-71 Kiev, Ukraine 173 80 L CE SOKOL, UKR 176 31 40 71
    DONIKA Vitaliy 12-05-82 Russia 180 83 L RW NEFTYANIK A, RUS 12 1 1 2
    DYACHENKO Yury 02-06-82 Kiev, Ukraine 180 83 R F SPUTNIK, RUS 10 2 3 5
    FEDOTENKO Ruslan 18-01-79 Kiev, Ukraine 183 89 L F TAMPA BAY, NHL 1 1 0 1
    GNIDENKO Artem 03-02-80 Kharkiv, Ukraine 177 82 R CE HC VITEBSK, BLR 66 10 8 18
    KASIANCHUK Kostiantyn 24-10-79 Kiev, Ukraine 182 88 R RW TRAKTOR, RUS 77 8 15 23
    KHARCHENKO Sergiy 17-04-76 Kiev, Ukraine 178 86 R RW HULL STINGRAYS, GBR 52 8 9 17
    MATERUKHINE Oleksandr 17-10-81 Kiev, Ukraine 183 86 R F KHIMVOLOKNO, BLR 9 1 2 3
    MATVIICHUK Oleksandr 13-05-75 Kiev, Ukraine 175 72 L RW SOKOL, UKR 100 22 28 50
    MIKHNOV Andriy 26-11-83 Kiev, Ukraine 200 90 L F AK BARS, RUS 11 4 2 6
    OLETSKYI Valentin 02-06-71 Kiev, Ukraine 176 83 L F HC GOMEL, BLR 121 32 35 67
    PONIKAROVSKYY Oleksiy 09-04-80 Kiev, Ukraine 185 89 L LW TORONTO, NHL 4 1 1 2
    SALNIKOV Roman 18-02-76 Kharkiv, Ukraine 185 87 R LW KERAMIN, BLR 119 31 23 54
    SHAFARENKO Oleg 31-10-81 Kiev, Ukraine 175 85 L LW DINAMO, Minsk, BLR 39 5 12 17
    SHAKHRAYCHUK Vadym 12-06-74 Kiev, Ukraine 189 95 L CE DINAMO Moscow, RUS 106 40 33 73
    TSYRUL Dmytro 02-01-79 Kharkiv, Ukraine 182 85 L CE KHIMIK Vsk, RUS 54 14 12 26
    Team officials:
    SEUKAND Oleksandr 06-12-50 Moscow, Russia Head coach SOKOL, UKR
    STEPANISCHEV Anatholy 29-01-61 Penza, Russia Assistant coach SOKOL, UKR
    SHYRYAYEV Valery 26-08-63 Tolgatti, Russia Assistant coach La Chaux-de-Fonds, SUI
    SHUNDROV Yuriy 06-06-56 Penza, Russia Assistant coach METALLURG Mg, RUS
    FADYEYEV Vasyl 16-09-50 N. Novgorod, Russia General manager SOKOL, UKR
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    Ukraine Ukraine roster

    It's extended and outdated roster. Look for the post #128 here. No players from RSL will arrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldair View Post
    It's extended and outdated roster. Look for the post #128 here. No players from RSL will arrive.
    I've read your thread, but at the Title of my post I have written about enlarged roster, so it means that some players can not play in the National team.
    It's still not possible to say for 100% who will play in Moscow. Even Shakhraychuk can come (but only for 0,01%... :) ). Let's wait until final decision!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIN View Post
    ...at the Title of my post I have written about enlarged roster...
    Sorry, my bad, didn't pay attention..

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    Belarus Italy - Belarus second game

    Today in Trento Belrus won again - 3-1 this time. For Belarus scored Antonenko, Borovkov and Kukushkin.

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    Ukraine 13-14 April, Ukraine preparatory games

    Ukraine have problems not only with their roster but also with sparring partner. Only two games they have planned, both with Dynamo Moscow. There was also an agreement with Severstal, but they cancelled the invintation.

    Brovary, Terminal arena

    Ukraine - Dynamo Moscow 3:4 (0:1, 2:1, 1:2)

    0:1 — Romanov (Evseev, 4.56)
    1:1 — Matviichuk (Bobrovnikov, Gunko, 20.59)
    2:1 — Salnikov (Shafarenko, Gunko, 32.26 - PP)
    2:2 — Goroshansky (Romanov, Osipov, 33.50 - PP)
    3:2 — Timchenko (Donika, Isaenko, 46.19 - PP)
    3:3 — Biryukov (Sentyurin, Prigaro, 50.02)
    3:4 — Osipov (Shitikov, Gatin, 50.23).
    PIM:26-18; Att.: 502

    UKR: 1.Karpenko (58.40). 2.Gunko — 31.Klimentiev (к), 5.Pobedonostsev — 27.Navarenko, 4.Isaenko — 10.Blagoy, 6.V.Timchenko — 9.Lyutkevich. 18.Materukhin — 17.Shafarenko — 23.Salnikov, 25.Matviichuk — 7.Bobrovnikov — 34.Semenchenko, 24.Donika — 29.Oletsky — 16.О.Timchenko, 8.Bobkin — 11.Gnidenko — 15.Egorov


    Ukraine - Dynamo Moscow 2:1 (1:1, 0:0, 1:0)

    0:1 - Demchenko (14')
    1:1 - Gunko (17') PP1
    2:1 - Bobrovnikov (44') PP1

    Ukraine used the same players as in the previous game + Aleksyuk.
    Last edited by Aldair; 14-04-2007 at 22:25.

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    that is not a good sign for ukraine just barely beating a club team. Any team in the world championships should be able to beat club teams pretty easily and I hope the ukraine gets regualted to div I for 2008 I hate them and their hockey program is falling apart so we can have a team that is on an upswing and getting better or who has never been to the IHWC or haven't been there in a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldair View Post
    Today in Trento Belrus won again - 3-1 this time. For Belarus scored Antonenko, Borovkov and Kukushkin.
    per period scores: (1-1; 0-0; 0-2)
    goal for Italy by Flavio Faggioni

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    Tanman, I don't see how the results vs. Dynamo Moscow are bad for Ukraine.

    Your statement that any team in the Worlds should be able to beat any club team is simply not true. Any of the teams ranked 8 through 16th would actually have tight games against teams in the Russian Superleague, and the better RSL teams could knock any of the 8th-16th ranked national teams on any given day.

    In fact, the very top teams in any of the top European professional leagues could do so also (Elitserien, SM-Liiga, Swiss NLA, German DEL, and Cezh and Slovak Extraligas).

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    Finland More changes to Finland roster

    IN:
    Jukka-Pekka Laamanen (D) Kärpät
    Janne Pesonen (F) Kärpät
    Mika Pyörälä (F) Kärpät
    Jari Viuhkola (F) Kärpät
    Sami Lepistö (D) Jokerit
    Jani Rita (F) Jokerit
    Toni Söderholm (D) Bern

    OUT:
    Antti Niemi
    Jyri Marttinen
    Janne Niskala
    Mikko Viitanen
    Toni Koivisto
    Kimmo Koskenkorva
    Janne Lahti
    Perttu Lindgren
    Jussi Pesonen

    Roster to 3rd camp week

    Goalies
    Fredrik Norrena, Columbus Blue Jackets
    Tuukka Rask, Ilves
    Sinuhe Wallinheimo, JYP

    Defensemen
    Teemu Aalto, Tappara
    Aki-Petteri Berg, TPS
    Lasse Kukkonen, Philadelphia Flyers
    Jukka-Pekka Laamanen, Kärpät
    Arto Laatikainen, Blues
    Sami Lepistö, Jokerit
    Tuukka Mäntylä, Tappara
    Pekka Saravo, Luleå IF
    Toni Söderholm, Bern

    Centers
    Niko Kapanen, Phoenix Coyotes
    Petri Kontiola, Tappara
    Esa Pirnes, Färjestads BK
    Ville Leino, HPK
    Jari Viuhkola, Kärpät

    Wingers
    Bergenheim Sean, Frölunda Indians
    Jukka Hentunen, Lugano
    Tomi Kallio, Frölunda Indians
    Ville Peltonen, Florida Panthers
    Janne Pesonen, Kärpät
    Antti Pihlström, HPK
    Timo Pärssinen, Timrå IK
    Mika Pyörälä, Kärpät
    Jani Rita, Jokerit
    Tuomo Ruutu, Chicago Blackhawks
    Tony Salmelainen, Chicago Blackhawks

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    Quote Originally Posted by RexKramer View Post
    Yes, Jamie Mattie. Seems as I don't get your point.
    Where is he from? I know a couple of Jamie Mattie's. Where did he play his junior?

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    Clubs vs. NT

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Tanman, I don't see how the results vs. Dynamo Moscow are bad for Ukraine.
    I agree with tanman9 about bad results. Firstly, I don't believe that Dynamo played with the full strength - why they should do that? Their season finished something like a month ago....Secondly, I tend to agree that good (top division level) national team must win if not every but most of the clubs. Sample - Belarus. This year they played two friendly games with good clubs - Pardubice (czech vice-champion) and Salavat Yulaev (one of the best russian teams) - and won in the both, not so easily, but pretty sure.

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