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    Russia Channel One Cup, Dec 13-16 - 2007/08 Euro Hockey Tour

    Goalies:
    Tuomas Tarkki, Kärpät
    Petri Vehanen, Lukko

    Defensemen:
    Tuukka Mäntylä, Frölunda
    Mikko Luoma, HV 71
    Pasi Puistola, HV 71
    Teemu Aalto, Tappara
    Anssi Salmela, Tappara
    Ilkka Heikkinen, HIFK
    Ville Mäntymaa, JYP
    Markus Kankaanperä Brynäs

    Centers:
    Jarkko Immonen, JYP
    Esa Pirnes, Färjestad
    Kim Hirschovits, Jokerit
    Juha-Pekka Hytönen, JYP
    Petri Pakaslahti, Södertälje

    Wingers:
    Oskar Osala, Blues
    Jukka Voutilainen, HV 71
    Timo Pärssinen, Timrå
    Juha-Pekka Haataja, Lukko
    Hannes Hyvönen, Kärpät
    Teemu Laine, TPS
    Tuomas Pihlman, JYP
    Erkki Rajamäki, Blues

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    And there was a change in the roster almost immediately:

    OUT Anssi Salmela, Tappara
    IN Toni Söderholm, Frölunda
    "Lord Baelish, what you suggest is treason."
    "Only if we lose."

    A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

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    Czech Republic Czech Roster for Channel One Cup

    Goaltenders
    Milan Hnilicka, Salavat Yulaev, Ufa (RUS)
    Roman Malek, HC Plzen

    Defense
    Jozef Melichar, Linköping (SWE)
    Miroslav Blatak, Salavat Yulaev, Ufa (RUS)
    Petr Caslava, Severstal, Cherepovets (RUS)
    Zdenek Kultlak, HC Ambri-Piotta (SUI)
    Vladimir Sicak, Ceske Budejovice
    Angel Krstev, HC Liberec
    Tomas Zizka, Slavia Praha
    Filip Novak, Ceske Budejovice

    Forwards
    Jan Marek, Metallurg Magnitogorsk (RUS)
    Jan Bulis, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (RUS)
    Zbynek Irgl, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl (RUS)
    Jan Hrdina, HV71 (SWE)
    Martin Chabada, Luleå (SWE)
    Petr Tenkrat, Timrå (SWE)
    Jakub Klepis, FA (said goodbye to Hershey Bears, AHL this weekend)
    Petr Sykora, HC Pardubice
    Petr Ton, Sparta Praha
    Tomas Rolinek, HC Pardubice
    Leos Cermak, HC Liberec
    Vaclav Skuhrava, Karlovy Vary
    Roman Cervanka, Slavia Praha
    Petr Kumstat, Karlovy Vary
    Stephan Hrebejk, Ceske Budejovice

    Coach: Alos Hadamczik

    For once, no experiments with the Czech roster. Though I miss Cajanek (Ak Bars), on paper this arguably the strongest Czech team since the NHL lockout season. The Czechs want to put themselves in a good position before their own tournament in April.

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    Russia Russia's roster @ Channel One Cup

    Goaltenders
    Aleksander Eremenko, Salavat Yulaev Ufa
    Dmitri Yachanov, SKA St. Petersborg
    Mikhail Biryukov, HK MVD Balashikha

    Defense
    Ilya Nikulin, Ak Bars Kazan
    Evgeny Medvedev, Ak Bars Kazan
    Sergei Peretyagin, SKA St. Petersborg
    Andrei Kuteikin, Salavat Yulaev Ufa
    Vitaly Proshkin, Salavat Yulaev Ufa
    Igor Schadilov, Salavat Yulaev Ufa
    Konstantin Korneev, CSKA Moscow
    Daniil Markov, Dynamo Moscow

    Forwards
    Sergei Mozyakin, Khimik
    Ivan Nepryaev, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    Anton Kuryanov, Avangard Omsk
    Andrei Tereschenko, Salavat Yulaev Ufa
    Aleksander Perezhogin, Salavat Yulaev Ufa
    Dmitri Afanasenkov, Dynamo Moscow
    Fedor Fedorov, Dynamo Moscow
    Oleg Saprykin, CSKA Moscow
    Sergei Zinoviev, AK Bars Kazan
    Danis Zaripov, Ak Bars Kazak,
    Aleksei Morozov, Ak Bars Kazan
    Maksim Sushinsky, SKA St. Petersborg

    Head Coach: Vyacheslav Bykov

    A Russian roster centered around players from Salavat (goaltending/defense) and Ak Bars (defense/forwards) - hardly surprising for those who follow Russian hockey. Last year's topline Zaripov - Zinoviev- Morozov has been re-grouped as Morozov returns to the EHT, as does Sushinsky, the all time scoring leader of the EHT.

    As always, Russia remains the favourite to win December leg of the EHT.

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    And the schedule of the Channel One Cup: (local times)

    Main venue, Khodynka Arena, Moscow

    13 December 2007
    17:30 Czech Republic - Sweden @ Sazka Arena, Praha
    20:00 Russia - Finland

    15 December 2007
    14:00 Russia - Sweden
    18:00 Czech Republic - Finland

    16 December 2007
    14:00 Russia - Czech Republic
    18:00 Sweden - Finland

    Official Site: http://www.1tvcup.fhr.ru/eng/

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    Sweden Swedens roster for Channel One Cup

    #PPNameClubCountryBornPlace of BirthHtWtL/R
    1GKLarsson DanielDjurgårdens IFSWE07.02.86Boden18377L
    31GKBacklund JohanTimrå IKSWE24.07.81Skellefteå18692L
    2DJonsson RobinTimrå IKSWE10.12.83Stockholm18796R
    3DHedin PierreMODO HockeySWE19.02.78Örnsköldsvik18693L
    4DSkogs TomasMora IKSWE19.02.84Mora17887L
    5DFernholm DanielLinköpings HCSWE20.12.83Stockholm194104L
    7DNolander PeterBrynäs IFSWE29.01.81Karlstad17790L
    8DFransson JohanLinköpings HCSWE18.02.85Kalix18583L
    24DFrögren JonasFärjestads BKSWE28.08.80Ludvika18788L
    32DViklund TobiasSkellefteå AIKSWE08.05.86Kramfors18187L
    11FMelin BjörnHV 71SWE04.07.81Jönköping18895R
    12FFabricius KarlFrölunda HCSWE29.09.82Boden18590L
    14FNordgren NiklasSCRJ LakersSUI28.06.79Själevad18184R
    16FAxelsson DickDjurgårdens IFSWE25.04.87Stockholm18980L
    17FHolmqvist MichaelFrölunda HCSWE08.06.79Stockholm19194L
    20FThörnberg MartinHV 71SWE06.08.83Jönköping18388L
    22FEngqvist AndreasDjurgårdens IFSWE23.12.87Stockholm19191R
    23FPersson NiklasLinköpings HCSWE26.03.79Nynäshamn18893L
    25FHarju JohanLuleå HFSWE15.05.86Övertorneå19093L
    33FEmvall FredrikLinköpings HCSWE28.06.76Växjö19396L
    44FDanielsson NicklasDjurgårdens IFSWE07.12.84Uppsala18583R
    50FJämtin AndreasHV 71SWE04.05.83Stockholm18390L
    71FHedström JonathanTimrå IKSWE27.12.77Boliden18385L

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    BÅG is clearly going for a development roster in Moscow. Most of the players are normally marginal national team players and there are no less than four debutants: Daniel Larsson, Nicklas Danielsson, Dick Axelsson and Andreas Engqvist. Another six players have never played in a EHT tournament and Daniel Fernholm is the only returning player from Karjala Cup.
    Not that I expect Tre Kronor to be blown out - they won the Ceska Pojistovna Cup last year (or was it two years ago?) with a development roster.

    But on paper, this looks to be a matter between Russia and Czech Republic...in the very last game next Sunday in Moscow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    BÅG is clearly going for a development roster in Moscow. Most of the players are normally marginal national team players and there are no less than four debutants: Daniel Larsson, Nicklas Danielsson, Dick Axelsson and Andreas Engqvist. Another six players have never played in a EHT tournament and Daniel Fernholm is the only returning player from Karjala Cup.
    Not that I expect Tre Kronor to be blown out - they won the Ceska Pojistovna Cup last year (or was it two years ago?) with a development roster.

    But on paper, this looks to be a matter between Russia and Czech Republic...in the very last game next Sunday in Moscow.
    Yes. And the oldest player is Emvall who's 31. He's the only player over 30 aswell.

    But I'm optimistic about this roster, at Karjala youngsters looked beter than vets, and rookie Videll was IMO best forward for Tre Kronor.

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    from www.russianprospects.com Russian roster

    Goalkeepers
    Alexander Eremenko, Salavat Yulajev Ufa
    Dmitri Yachanov, SKA St. Petersburg
    Mikhail Biryukov, HC MVD

    Defenders
    Evgeni Medvedev, Ak Bars Kazan
    Ilya Nikulin (Atlanta Thrashers), Ak Bars Kazan
    Sergei Peretyagin, SKA St. Petersburg
    Andrei Kuteikin, Salavat Yulajev Ufa
    Konstantin Korneev (Montreal Canadiens), CSKA Moscow
    Vitali Proshkin, Salavat Yulajev Ufa
    Igor Schadilov (Washington Capitals), Salavat Yulajev Ufa
    Danil Markov, Dinamo Moscow

    Forwards
    Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets), Khimik Mytischi
    Danis Zaripov, Ak Bars Kazan
    Ivan Nepriayev (Washington Capitals), Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    Anton Kuryanov, Avangard Omsk
    Alexei Tereschenko (Dallas Stars), Salavat Yulajev Ufa
    Dmitri Afanasenkov, Dinamo Moscow
    Maxim Sushinsky, SKA St. Petersburg
    Alexander Perezhogin (Montreal Canadiens), Salavat Yulajev Ufa
    Sergei Zinovjev (Boston Bruins), Ak Bars Kazan
    Fedor Fedorov (New York Rangers), Dinamo Moscow
    Oleg Saprykin (Ottawa Senators), CSKA Moscow
    Alexei Morozov (Pittsburgh Penguins), Ak Bars Kazan

    Reserves
    Alexei Emelin (Montreal Canadiens), Ak Bars Kazan
    Denis Kulyash (Nashville Predators), CSKA Moscow
    Albert Leschev, Khimik Mytischi
    Alexei Simakov, CSKA Moscow
    Maxim Pestushko, Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk
    Alexander Svitov (Columbus Blue Jackets), Avangard Omsk
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    More roster changes due to injuries:

    OUT Timo Pärssinen F Timrå, Hannes Hyvönen F Kärpät, Erkki Rajamäki F Blues
    IN Jesse Saarinen F Pelicans, Ilkka Pikkarainen F HIFK, Mikko Lehtonen F Blues

    In other words, less experience and more energetic youth on this team now.
    "Lord Baelish, what you suggest is treason."
    "Only if we lose."

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    The only player over 30 Fredrik Emvall will not play in Moscow. Per Eslund will go instead. He's 21 btw.

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    Russia beat Finland 4-1 and the Czech Republic beat Sweden 5-4 on the opening day of Channel One Cup.

    I only watched the 2nd period of CZE-SWE, a period where Sweden was losing nearly every puck. Planned to watch the rest of the game, but my little daughter needed all my attention - diaper change, dinner and goodnight story. That's how it is to be a father. And its wonderful!

    The complete stats will be posted here:http://forums.internationalhockey.ne...ead.php?t=5929

    But here are the preliminary game summaries:

    Russia - Finland 4-1 (0-0, 1-1, 3-0)
    0-1 20:51 Teemu Laine (Kim Hirschovits, Jukka Voutilainen)
    1-1 21:58 Daniil Markov (Sergei Peretyagin, Fedor Fedorov) PP1
    2-1 48:08 Oleg Saprykin (Anton Kuryanov, Konstantin Korneev) PP1
    3-1 51:47 Ivan Nepryaev (Fedor Fedorov)
    4-1 58:57 Fedor Fedorov (Ivan Nepryaev, Sergei Peretyagin)
    Goaltenders: Eremenko - Vehanen
    Best Players: Oleg Saprykin - Petri Vehanen

    Czech Republic - Sweden 5-4 (1-1, 4-1, 0-2)
    1-0 01:00 Tomas Rolinek (Martin Prusek, Roman Cervenka)
    1-1 02:09 Dick Axelsson (Pierre Hedin)
    2-1 23:09 Leos Cermak (Josef Melichar)
    3-1 30:09 Jan Bulis (Jan Marek)
    4-1 38:23 Stepan Hrebejk (Leos Cermak, Vaclav Skuhravy)
    4-2 38:48 Niklas Persson
    5-2 39:57 Martin Prusek (Tomas Rolinek, Zdenek Kutlak) PP1
    5-3 46:53 Karl Fabricius (Pierre Hedin)
    5-4 56:13 Niklas Nordgren (Jonathan Hedstrom, Johan Harju)
    CZE 8x2, SWE 10x2, SOG 36:23, Att: 5,730 @ Prague
    Goaltenders: Hnilicka - Backlund

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    Butcher, you may have to delete your latest entry (and this one as well).

    Denmark doesn't participate in the Euro Hockey Tour...yet! ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    Butcher, you may have to delete your latest entry (and this one as well).

    Denmark doesn't participate in the Euro Hockey Tour...yet! ;-)
    Woops posted this in the wrong thread, i thought i was posting it in "Euro Ice Hockey Challenge 2007/08 (EIHC)". Good example, being a moderator, eh? :-). Thanks for the heads up.

    Anyway post moved to > Euro Ice Hockey Challenge 2007/08 (EIHC).

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    Highlights from Czech Republic vs Sweden here:

    http://www.svt.se/svt/road/Classic/s...rubrik_1001671

    Click small square button to get full screen.

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    Does anybody know please who was wearing C, A, A for the Czechs?

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    Esa Pirnes just scored two short handed goals 18 seconds apart to give Finland a three goal lead over Czech R. in the 1st. Must be some kind of a record...
    "Lord Baelish, what you suggest is treason."
    "Only if we lose."

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    What a crazy game between Finland and Czech R.! Finland took it in the end with a 6-5 penalty shootout victory. After Pirnes scored those two quick short handed goals Finland looked solid with a 3-0 lead. But the goalie Tarkki had one of the worst nights in his career as Czech R. scored several easy goals. Especially the 5-5 tie goal in the 3rd period was an absolute gift by Tarkki. The Czechs shot the puck towards Tarkki from the red line and Tarkki fumbled it one the ground and somehow lost completely the track of the puck in doing so. A Czech forward skated from beyond the blue line to the puck and Tarkki spotted the puck too late. The night was crowned with a great shootout and some nice dekes. Hirschovits's two great penalty shot goals were superb.
    "Lord Baelish, what you suggest is treason."
    "Only if we lose."

    A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

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    Martin Prusek is a goalie

    in the first line on the right wing played Jakub Klepiš http://www.hokej.cz/index.php?lng=CZ...lanek&id=37101

    so it's him who got two points in the game against Sweden

    also according to that website last goal for Sweden by Niklas Nordgren was unassisted

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    Russia - Czech Republic 5-1 (2-1, 1-0, 2-0)
    1-0 01:57 Fedor Fedorov
    2-0 08:26 Aleksei Morozov (Danis Zaripov, Sergei Zinoviev) PP
    2-1 16:25 Vaclav Skuhravy PP
    3-1 23:14 Aleksander Perezhogin (Sergei Mozyakin, Alexei Tereschenko)
    4-1 47:07 Maksim Sushinsky (Oleg Saprykin) PP
    5-1 51:33 Fedor Fedorov (Dmitry Afanasenkov, Ivan Nepryaev) PP
    Goaltenders. Aleksander Eremenko - Lucas Mensator
    RUS 7x2, CZE 8x2, SOG 37:29 (12:12, 12:9, 13:8)
    Best players: Fedor Fedorov - Vaclav Skuhravy

    Russia goes undefeated to win the Channel One Cup. Finland and Sweden will play later today.

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