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    Womens IHWC Women's Euro Hockey Tour 2007-08

    This year's Women's Euro Hockey Tournament comprises of two tournaments held in Finland and Sweden. The participating countries are Finland, Sweden, Germany and Russia. Last year Finland won the tourney with Sweden taking the silver and Russia the bronze while Germany was left 4th.

    Rosters for the first tournament held 14.-16.12.2007 in Finland



    Game summaries

    14.12.

    Finland - Russia 7-0 (4-0,2-0,1-0) in Seinäjoki
    03:55 1-0 Piia Lallukka (Emma Laaksonen)
    06:29 2-0 Michelle Karvinen PP DP
    06:57 3-0 Emma Laaksonen (Jenni Hiirikoski,Piia Lallukka) PP
    14:48 4-0 Nina Tikkinen (Eini Lehtinen,Piia Lallukka)
    26:24 5-0 Nina Tikkinen (Marjo Voutilainen,Michelle Karvinen)
    27:29 6-0 Venla Heikkilä (Mira Jalosuo)
    57:40 7-0 Venla Heikkilä (Kati Kovalainen,Riikka Noronen) PP

    Goalies:
    Maija Hassinen FIN 7+4+4=15
    Anna Vinigradova RUS 11+7+0=18 (change 30:22/6-0)
    Julia Leskina RUS 0+5+21=26

    Penalties: FIN 3x2 RUS 7x2
    Att: 302

    Germany - Sweden 0-5 (0-1,0-3,0-1) in Kuortane
    13:06 0-1 Frida Svedin-Thunström (Emelie Berggren)
    22:41 0-2 Nanna Hamell (Angelica Lorsell)
    28:41 0-3 Pernilla Winberg (Erika Holst)
    34:43 0-4 Cecilia Östberg
    40:50 0-5 Maria Rooth (Pernilla Winberg)

    Goalies:
    Jennifer Harss GER 7+13+3=23
    Sara Grahn SWE 6+1+7=14

    Penalties: GER 6x2 SWE 2x2
    Att: 27

    15.12.

    Finland - Germany 5-1 (1-0,2-1,2-0) in Virrat
    18:05 1-0 Karoliina Rantamäki (Kati Kovalainen)
    34:02 2-0 Karoliina Rantamäki (Marjo Voutilainen,Michelle Karvinen)
    36:26 2-1 Sarah Weyand (Andrea Lanzl)
    39:17 3-1 Karoliina Rantamäki (Nina Tikkinen)
    46:03 4-1 Karoliina Rantamäki (Michelle Karvinen,Marjo Voutilainen)
    51:58 5-1 Emmi Leinonen (Piia Lallukka,Mira Jalosuo)

    Goalies:
    Noora Räty FIN 7+3+6=16
    Yvonne Schröder GER 11+10+0=21 (change 29:48/1-0)
    Jennifer Harss GER 0+6+7=13

    Penalties: FIN 0x2 GER 3x2
    Att: 355

    Sweden - Russia 7-5 (3-2,3-1,1-2) in Kuortane
    02:28 1-0 Frida Svedin-Thunström (Angelica Lorsell,Emilia Andersson) PP
    03:15 1-1 Ekaterina Smolentseva (Alena Khomich)
    07:44 1-2 Svetlana Terentjeva (Ekaterina Smolentseva,Alena Khomich) PP
    15:31 2-2 Klara Myren
    19:51 3-2 Tina Enström (Annie Svedin,Klara Myren) PP
    20:58 3-3 Tatjana Burina (Ekaterina Lebedeva)
    28:35 4-3 Pernilla Winberg (Maria Rooth)
    35:27 5-3 Pernilla Winberg (Erika Holst)
    37:56 6-3 Pernilla Winberg (Maria Rooth) PP
    56:23 6-4 Svetlana Terentjeva (Ekaterina Smolentseva)
    56:49 7-4 Tina Enström DP
    59:04 7-5 Ekaterina Lebedeva (Tatjana Burina) PP

    Goalies:
    Valentina Lizana SWE 7+4+9=20
    Julia Leskina RUS 1+0+0=1 (change 07:14/1-1)
    Anna Vinigradova RUS 5+12+9=26

    Penalties: SWE 6x2 RUS 9x2
    Att: 37

    16.12.

    Russia - Germany 6-4 (2-1,2-1,2-2) in Kuortane
    02:59 1-0 Tatjana Burina (Natalia Puzikova,Olga Permjakova) PP
    09:23 2-0 Elena Timofejeva (Svetlana Terentjeva,Alena Khomich) PP
    16:49 2-1 Andrea Lanzl (Nina Ritter,Maritta Becker)
    21:02 3-1 Aleksandra Vafina (Inna Djubanok)
    22:42 3-2 Bettina Evers (Susann Götz,Franziska Busch)
    30:57 4-2 Ekaterina Smolentseva PP
    40:59 5-2 Ekaterina Smolentseva (Ekaterina Lebedeva)
    41:53 5-3 Franziska Busch (Susann Götz)
    51:07 5-4 Maritta Becker (Ronja Richter,Andrea Lanzl)
    59:19 6-4 Tatjana Burina (Svetlana Terentjeva) EN

    Goalies:
    Anna Vinigradova RUS 8+9+5=22
    Yvonne Schröder GER 7+6+5=18 (out 58:38-59:19)

    Penalties: RUS 8x2 GER 6x2
    Att: 54

    Finland - Sweden 2-0 (1-0,1-0,0-0) in Lempäälä
    10:41 1-0 Marjo Voutilainen (Michelle Karvinen,Karoliina Rantamäki)
    29:20 2-0 Mari Saarinen (Venla Heikkilä,Piia Lallukka)

    Goalies:
    Maija Hassinen FIN 4+4+4=12
    Sara Grahn SWE 9+10+7=26 (out 59:30-60:00)

    Penalties: FIN 1x2 SWE 2x2
    Att: 270

    Final Standings of the Finnish tourney:
    RankTeamGPWTLGF-GAPTS
    1Finland 330014-19
    2Sweden 320112-76
    3Russia 310211-183
    4Germany 30035-160

    The second leg will be played in Sweden between 12th and 18th of February 2008.
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    Swedish tournament

    15.2.

    Finland - Germany 7-0 (2-0,1-0,4-0)
    14:03 1-0 Karoliina Rantamäki (Kati Kovalainen)
    15:36 2-0 Anna Helin (Marja Voutilainen,Karoliina Rantamäki) PP
    38:50 3-0 Karoliina Rantamäki (Marja Voutilainen)
    43:03 4-0 Karoliina Rantamäki (Marja Voutilainen)
    44:06 5-0 Mira Jalosuo
    55:49 6-0 Anna Helin (Emma Laaksonen,Karoliina Rantamäki) PP
    59:54 7-0 Nora Tallus (Vilma Tarvainen,Mari Saarinen) SH

    Goalies: Noora Räty FIN 13/13, Jennifer Harss GER 49/56
    Penalties: FIN 5x2 GER 8x2
    Att: 35

    Sweden - Russia 3-1 (1-0,0-1,2-0)
    17:43 1-0 Emma Nordin (Pernilla Winberg,Erika Holst) PP
    35:46 1-1 Alexandra Kapustina (Ekaterina Smolentseva,Alena Khomich) PP
    53:33 2-1 Maria Rooth (Erika Holst,Nanna Jansson) PP
    57:36 3-1 Danijela Rundqvist (Maria Rooth)

    Goalies: Sara Grahn SWE 21/22, Valentina Ostravljachik RUS 26/29
    Penalties: SWE 10x2 RUS 10x2
    Att: 425

    16.2.

    Russia - Finland 3-4 (2-1,1-0,0-3)
    00:18 1-0 Galina Skiba (Tatjana Burina)
    15:32 2-0 Marina Sergina
    17:06 2-1 Karoliina Rantamäki (Jenni Hiirikoski)
    28:10 3-1 Tatjana Burina (Galina Skiba)
    41:03 3-2 Michelle Karvinen (Eini Lehtinen) SH
    55:51 3-3 Emma Laaksonen (Jenni Hiirikoski) PP
    56:32 3-4 Anna Helin (Marja Voutilainen,Jenni Hiirikoski) PP

    Goalies: Maria Onolbaeva RUS 63/67, Maija Hassinen FIN 26/29
    Penalties: RUS 12x2 FIN 6x2
    Att: 40

    Germany - Sweden 0-3 (0-0,0-0,0-3)
    42:15 0-1 Maria Rooth PP
    43:14 0-2 Isabella Jordansson
    56:52 0-3 Tina Enström (Erika Holst)

    Goalies: Jennifer Harss GER 40/43, Sara Grahn SWE 22/22
    Penalties: GER 9x2 SWE 7x2
    Att: 455

    17.2.

    Germany - Russia 2-4 (0-1,1-0,1-3)
    10:29 0-1 Alexandra Kapustina (Ekaterina Smolentseva,Ekaterina Lebedeva) PP
    39:15 1-1 Susann Götz (Bettina Evers)
    40:58 1-2 Svetlana Terentjeva (Ekaterina Lebedeva)
    41:55 1-3 Marina Sergina (Galina Skiba)
    42:42 1-4 Ekaterina Smolentseva (Ekaterina Lebedeva)
    53:27 2-4 Bettina Evers (Franziska Busch)

    Goalies: Jennifer Harss GER 28/32, Valentina Ostravljachik RUS 27/29
    Penalties: GER 5x2 RUS 8x2
    Att: 40

    Sweden - Finland 2-0 (1-0,0-0,1-0)
    13:08 1-0 Tina Enström (Nanna Jansson,Cecilia Östberg) PP
    59:47 2-0 Nanna Jansson EN

    Goalies: Sara Grahn SWE 27/27, Noora Räty 24/25
    Penalties: SWE 8x2 FIN 6x2, 1x10
    Att: 779

    Final Standings of the Swedish tourney:
    TeamGPWTLGF-GAPTS
    Sweden 33008-19
    Finland 320111-56
    Russia 31028-93
    Germany 30032-140

    Final Standings of WEHT 2008
    TeamGPWTLGF-GAPTS
    Finland 650125-615
    Sweden 650120-815
    Russia 620419-276
    Germany 60067-300

    Finland wins their second WEHT in a row despite dropping their first game in two years. It's good to see the games getting more competitive. Russia had a couple of very good games against Finland and Sweden and Germany kept things mostly respectable too.
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    Hello group,

    Does anyone have any info on the Euro Hockey tour for women being held in Sweden this weekend? I believe they started playing today( Friday 12/05/08) if anyone knows of a web site or is following these games it would be nice to get some info. I have a daughter playing for Switzerland her first game is against Russia and it started at 15:30 or 9:30 am here in the US
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachd View Post
    Hello group,

    Does anyone have any info on the Euro Hockey tour for women being held in Sweden this weekend? I believe they started playing today( Friday 12/05/08) if anyone knows of a web site or is following these games it would be nice to get some info. I have a daughter playing for Switzerland her first game is against Russia and it started at 15:30 or 9:30 am here in the US
    Thanks
    You must mean some other tournament. The women's Euro Hockey Tour has the national teams of Finland, Sweden, Germany and Russia competing. The first tournament will be held in Finland next weekend (December 12th-14th) and the 2nd leg in Sweden in February.

    EDIT: you must mean EWCC (European Women's Champions Cup) Group F which will be held in Sweden this weekend. See this thread for more info: http://forums.internationalhockey.ne...ead.php?t=6893
    Also information on the IIHF website: http://www.iihf.com/home-of-hockey/c...y/group-f.html
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