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    Sweden LG Hockey Games, Feb 8-11 - 2006/07 Euro Hockey Tour

    Russian team enlarged roster:

    Goaltenders:
    Vasily Koshechkin (Lada)
    Alexander Eremenko (Ak Bars)
    Semen Varlamov (Lokomotiv)
    Konstantin Barulin (Khimik)

    Defenders:
    Vitaly Proshkin
    Ilya Nikulin (both Ak Bars)
    Denis Grebeshkov (Lokomotiv)
    Vitaly Atyushov (Metallurg, Magnitogorsk)
    Kirill Koltsov (Avangard)
    Dmitry Bykov (Khimik)
    Andrew Kuteykin (Salavat Yulaev)
    Alexei Emelin
    Maxim Kondratyev
    Dmitry Vorobyev (all Lada)
    Konstantin Korneev
    Anton Belov (both CSKA)

    Forwarders:
    Danis Zaripov
    Sergey Zinovyev
    Alexei Morozov (all Ak Bars)
    Alexander Kharitonov
    Igor Mirnov (both Dynamo)
    Albert Leschev
    Sergey Mozyakin
    Petr Schastlivy (all Khimik)
    Igor Volkov
    Vladimir Antipov (both Salavat Yulaev)
    Sergey Konkov
    Anton Kuryanov
    Artem Chubarov (all Avangard)
    Alexander Korolyuk (Vityaz)
    Ivan Nepryaev (Lokomotiv)
    Denis Parshin
    Alexei Simakov (CSKA)
    Anton But (SKA)
    Nikolay Kulemin
    Alexei Kaygorodov (Metallurg, Magnitogorsk)

    During last games Forwarders have shown great progress, and will make Russian fans happy during Sweden Hockey games. :blah:
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    Finnish roster for LG Hockey Games

    Goalies:
    30 Sinuhe Wallinheimo, JYP Jyväskylä
    31 Mika Noronen, AK Bars Kazan

    Defenders:
    2 Marko Kiprusoff, TPS Turku
    5 Ari Vallin, Frölunda Indians
    6 Pekka Saravo, Luleå Hockey
    8 Aki Berg, TPS Turku
    18 Tuukka Mäntylä, Tappara Tampere
    21 Pasi Puistola, HV-71 Jönköping
    28 Jyri Marttinen, JYP Jyväskylä
    42 Janne Niskala, Färjestads BK

    Forwards:
    9 Kimmo Kuhta, HIFK Helsinki
    11 Tomek Valtonen, Jokerit Helsinki
    12 Esa Pirnes, Färjestads BK
    19 Ville Leino, HPK Hämeenlinna
    20 Sean Bergenheim, Frölunda Indians
    24 Juha-Pekka Haataja, Lukko Rauma
    25 Jukka Hentunen, HC Lugano
    27 Petri Kontiola, Tappara Tampere
    28 Jani Rita, Jokerit Helsinki
    29 Janne Pesonen, Kärpät Oulu
    36 Pekka Saarenheimo, Lukko Rauma
    44 Kim Hirschovits, Jokerit Helsinki
    71 Tomi Kallio, Frölunda Indians
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shardik View Post
    2 Marko Kiprusoff, TPS Turku
    What the F-?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shardik View Post
    27 Petri Kontiola, Tappara Tampere
    When was the last time anyway when a Finnish player (other than goalie) entered all four tournaments?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laho View Post
    When was the last time anyway when a Finnish player (other than goalie) entered all four tournaments?
    Last season Tomek Valtonen played in every tournament and was also in the World Championship roster. I just don't know why.

    I like this team a much. Goalies must be the hottest goalies in Europe this season. Good picks IMO. Some d-men are questionable but that's because we don't have that much quality in Europe anymore. Forwards look good.
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    Sweden

    TRE KRONORS TRUPP
    Målvakter:
    Joel Gistedt, Frölunda
    Johan Backlund, Timrå

    Backar:
    Anton Strålman, Timrå
    Daniel Fernholm, Djurgården
    Magnus Johansson, Linköping
    Jan Sandström, Luleå
    Per Hållberg, EV Zug
    Dick Tärnström, Lugano
    Kenny Jönsson, Rögle
    Johan Åkerman, HV71

    Forwards:
    Tony Mårtensson, Linköping
    Patric Hörnqvist, Djurgården
    Christian Berglund, SC Bern
    Rickard Wallin, Lugano
    Jonathan Hedström, Timrå
    Nicklas Bäckström, Brynäs
    Fredrik Bremberg, Djurgården
    Jimmie Ölvestad, Djurgården
    Fredrik Emwall, Linköping
    Mika Hannula, Lokomotiv Jaroslavl
    Jörgen Jönsson, Färjestad
    Johan Davidsson, HV71
    Fredrik Warg, Timrå

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    Quote Originally Posted by pihinalle View Post
    Last season Tomek Valtonen played in every tournament and was also in the World Championship roster. I just don't know why.
    Right. I recall. And bugs me too.

    Quote Originally Posted by pihinalle View Post
    Some d-men are questionable but that's because we don't have that much quality in Europe anymore.
    Still, there are more potential ones available than Kiprusoff. Niemi and Karalahti from the top of my head for example. And as far as I recall, these gentlemen have also played in EHT just once this season.

    Quote Originally Posted by pihinalle View Post
    Forwards look good.
    They do.
    Of course, Tomek's still there, but guess we'll just have to live with him, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laho View Post
    Of course, Tomek's still there, but guess we'll just have to live with him, eh?
    Tomek is to stay with the national team for some time.

    A bit more about the defense. Isn't Sami Lepistö OK? If he is, he should be in the team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pihinalle View Post
    A bit more about the defense. Isn't Sami Lepistö OK? If he is, he should be in the team.
    Was injured half a season 'til new year, after that he's played in 14 games, scoring 1+5... so understandably not the hottest pick, I reckon.
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    A couple of changes in the Finnish roster:
    Out:
    Pekka Saravo (D)
    Petri Kontiola (F)
    In:
    Teemu Aalto (D) Tappara Tampere
    Kimmo Koskenkorva (F) SaiPa Lappeenranta
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    How come there's only one Kärpät player ( Pesonen ) in the Finnish roster? What about Jari Viuhkola? Is he still injured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tatanka View Post
    How come there's only one Kärpät player ( Pesonen ) in the Finnish roster? What about Jari Viuhkola? Is he still injured?
    Viuhkola has returned to Kärpät's roster a little while ago. But it hasn't been long and since it was an EHT tournament he got injured in the first place, I am not surprised to see him left out. Kärpät want him to get the maximum recovery in this break.

    Also Erkka probably wanted to try out many (7) of the Finns playing in Sweden (as some of them haven't been allowed to play in previous tourneys) too.
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    Sweden and Czech Republic played a warm up match @ Jönköping last night. Sweden controlled the puck during most of the game but created only few chances. The Czechs had more open chances which they didn't exploit. The game was decided in OT when the junior player and debutant Niklas Hjalmarsson scored a great backhand goal.

    Sweden - Czech Republic 2-1 OT (0-1, 0-0, 1-0, 1-0)
    0-1 (11:24) Zbynek Irgl (Josef Straka, Vaclav Pletka), 1-1 (46:52) Dick Tärnström (Christian Berglund), 2-1 (61:35) Niklas Hjalmarsson (Davvid Petrasek)
    SWE 9x2, CZE 8x2, SOG 29:23, Att: 6,034

    Best players:: SWE: Andreas Jämtin, CZE: Pavel Rosa

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    The Rosters for LG Hockey Games

    Czech Republic
    Milan Hnilicka, Liberec
    Jiri Trvaj, Znojemsti Orli

    Michal Barinka, Vitkovice
    Josef Hrabal, Cerepovec
    Petr Caslava, Pardubice
    Jakub Cutta, Liberec
    Miroslav Blatak, Mora
    Radek Hamr, Kloten
    Jan Platil, CSKA Moskva

    Petr Hubacek, Vitkovice
    Jan Marek, Magnitorsk
    Ladislav Kohn, Espoo
    Pavel Rosa, Avangard Omsk
    Josef Straka, Lukko
    Josef Marha, Davos
    Zbynek Irgl, Vitkovice
    Jaroslav Bednar, Slavia Prag
    Petr Sykora, Pardubice
    Vaclav Shuravy,
    Jan Hrdina, HV71
    Jaroslav Balastik, HV71
    Ivan Huml, Mora
    Tomas Netik, Sparta Prag

    Note: Elitserien's goal scoring leader, Pavel Brendl is not in the roster, but the Czech team led by Jan Marek, Pavel Rosa, Petr Sykora, Josef Straka, Jan Hrdina and Jaroslav Balastik looks pretty good on paper. The Czechs, however, have fared poorly in the EHT in recent years. Only one victory in 9 games this season. I will be surprised if they go higher than #3 in LG Games.

    Finland
    Mika Noronen, Ak Bars Kazan
    Sinuhe Wallinheimo, JYP

    Marko Kiprusoff, TPS
    Ari Vallin, Frölunda
    Teemu Aalto, Tappara
    Aki-Petteri Berg, TPS
    Tuukka Mäntylä, Tappara
    Pasi Puistola, HV71
    Jyri Marttinen, Malmö
    Janne Niskala, Färjestad

    Kimmo Kuhta, HIFK
    Tomek Valtonen, Jokerit
    Esa Pirnes, Färjestad
    Ville Leino, HPK
    Sean Bergenheim, Frölunda
    Kimmo Koskenkorva, SaiPa
    Juha-Pekka Haataja, Lukko
    Jukka Hentunen, Lugano
    Jani Rita, Jokerit
    Janne Pesonen, Kärpät
    Pekka Saarenheimo, Lukko
    Kim Hirschovits, Jokerit
    Tomi Kallio, Frölunda

    Note: Finland is still in a position to reach the EHT final, but they cannot afford to lose more than one point to Sweden in this tournament. The game between Sweden and Finland on Sunday will probably prove decisive.

    Russia

    Alexander Eremenko, Bars Kazan
    Vasili Koshechkin, Togliatti
    Semen Varlamov, Jaroslavl

    Kirill Koltsov, Omsk
    Ilja Nikulin, Bars Kazan
    Maxim Kandratiev, Togliatti
    Vitaly Atyushov, Magnitorsk
    Anton Belov, CSKA Moskva
    Dimitri Bykov, Mytischi
    Denis Gregeshkov, Jaroslavl
    Dmitri Vorobyev, Togliatti
    Konstantin Korneev, CSKA Moskva

    Alexei Simakov, CSKA Moskva
    Denis Parshin, CSKA Moskva
    Nikolai Kulemin, Magnitorsk
    Anton But, St. Petersburg
    Anton Kuryanov, Omsk
    Igor Mirnov, Dynamo Moskva
    Alexei Kaigorodov, Magnitorsk
    Ivan Nepryaev, Jaroslavl
    Vladimir Antipov, Ufa
    Igor Volkov, Ufa
    Sergei Konkov, Nizhnekamsk
    Petr Schastlivy, Mytischi
    Sergei Mozyakin, Myschti

    Note: A rather young - Bykov (29) is the oldest player - but very capable Russian team which are the favourites to win this tournament according to Swedish hockey experts. Russia has already won five successive EHT tournaments. If Russia wins the LG Games, Russia will more over be the first team that has swept all four tournaments in a season.

    Sweden

    Joel Gistedt, Frölunda
    Daniel Henriksson, Färjestad (substitutes Backlund, Injured)

    Fredrik Lindgren, Skellefteå (substitute Strålman, flu)
    Daniel Fernholm, Djurgården
    Magnus Johansson, Linköping
    Jan Sandström, Luleå
    Per Hållberg, EV Zug
    Dick Tärnström, Lugano
    Kenny Jönsson, Rögle
    Johan Åkerman, HV71

    Tony Mårtensson, Linköping
    Patric Hörnqvist, Djurgården
    Christian Berglund, SC Bern
    Rickard Wallin, Lugano
    Jonathan Hedström, Timrå
    Nicklas Bäckström, Brynäs
    Fredrik Bremberg, Djurgården
    Jimmie Ölvestad, Djurgården
    Fredrik Emwall, Linköping
    Mika Hannula, Lokomotiv Jaroslavl
    Jörgen Jönsson, Färjestad
    Johan Davidsson, HV71
    Fredrik Warg, Timrå

    Note: Sweden will be without Niklas Hjalmarsson and David Petrasek who both played well against CZE last night. To me, its a bit surprising that Petrasek did not substitute Anton Strålman. Jörgen Jönsson is finally set to break the Swedish record for most played games for Tre Kroner. Seems that he has been around for ages. On Saturday he will tie Jonas Berqvist's old record of 272 games. On Sunday, vs. Finland he will set a new all time record. Jönsson has produced 99 points in his 271 games. So the next goal or assist will be his 100 point for Tre Kronor.

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    Russia - Finland 4-3 OT (0-1, 0-2, 3-0, 1-0)
    8 February 2007. Mytischi Arena, Moscow, Att: 7,500
    0-1 (10:37) Teemu Aalto (Hentunen) PP1
    0-2 (20:51) Kim Hirschovits (Rita)
    0-3 (25:54) Kim Hirschovits (Aalto, Hentunen)
    1-3 (42:50) Ilya Nikulin (Antipov) PP2
    2-3 (43:59) Alexey Kaigorodov (Koltsov, Mozyakin) PP1
    3-3 (51:44) Igor Volkov (Kaigorodov, Simakov)
    4-3 (64:17) Anton Kuryanov (Koltsov, Mozyakin)
    RUS 5x2, FIN 8x2, SOG 29:32 (6:11, 9:13, 12:7, 2:1)

    RUS: Konstantin Barulin, Konstantin Korneev, Kirill Koltsov (2), Denis Parshin - Sergey Mozyakin - Ivan Nepryaev, Ilya Nikulin, Maxim Kondratiev, Alexey Simakov, Nikolay Kulemin (4) - Anton But, Denish Grebeshkov, Anton Belov, Anton Kuryanov - Alexey Kaigorodov - Igor Volkov, Dimitry Vorobyev, Dmitry Bykov, Petr Schastlivy - Sergey Konkov - Igor Mirnov
    FIN: Mika Noronen, Marko Kiprusoff (2), Ari Vallin (2), Kimmo Kuhta - Tomek Valtonen (2) - Esa Pirnes; Teemu Aalto, Aki-petteri Berg (4), Ville Leino, Sean Bergenheim - Kimmo Korskenkorva, Tuukka Mäntylä, Pasi Puistola, Juha-pekka Haataja - Jukka Hentunen - Jani Rita, Jyri Marttinen (4), Janne Niskala, Janne Pesonen - Pekka Saarenheimo - Kim Hirschovits (2).


    Looks like Finland collapsed somewhat in the 3rd.

    Sweden leads the czechs 4:1 after 2nd period.

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    Wow!! I"ve thought it started tomorrow.... If there is official page of the tournament?

    And maybe something regards possible games watching via intenet? :innocent0

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    Sweden - Czech Republic 6-1 (2-0, 2-1, 2-0)
    8 February 2007, Stockholm Globen,
    1-0 (12:14) Per Hållberg (Davidsson, Bremberg)
    2-0 (16:32) Rickard Wallin (Berglund, Åkerman)
    3.1 (33:22) Jaroslav Balastik (Rosa, Platil) PP1
    3-1 (36:27) Jimmie Ölvestad (Hannula, Jönsson)
    4-1 (37:16) Fredrik Warg (Tärnström, Åkerman)
    5-1 (57:59) Patric Hörnqvist (Bremberg, Davidsson) PP1
    6-1 (59:44) Mika Hannula (Johansson) PP1
    SWE 7x2. CZE 6x2, SOG 29:18 (11:5, 9:4, 9:9)

    SWE: Daniel Henriksson, Johan Åkerman, Dick Tärnström, Fredrik Warg - Rickard Wallin - Christian Berglund, Jan Sandström, Per Hållberg (2), Patric Hörnqvist - Johan Davidsson - Fredrik Bremberg, Kenny Jönsson (2), Fredrik Lindgren, Tony Mårtensson - Nicklas Bäckström (2) - Fredrik Emwall (2), Magnus Johansson, Daniel Fernholm (2), Mika Hannula - Jörgen Jönsson (2) - Jimmie Ölvestad (2).
    CZE: Jiri Trvaj, Josef Hrbal, Michal Barinka, Jaroslav Bednar (2) - Jan Marek - Petr Hubacek, Radek Hamr (4), Petr Caslava, Jaroslav Balastik (2) - Jan Hrdina - Pavel Rosa, Jan Platil (2), Miroslav Blatak, Zbynek Irgl - Josef Straka - Vaclav Pletka, Jakub Cutta, Leos Cermak, Tomas Netik - Vaclav Skuhravy (2) - Ladislav Kohn


    The Czechs proved absolutely no contest for the Swedes tonight. Jörgen Jönsson added his 100th point for Tre Kronor and Patric Hörnqvist scored his first goal for the Swedish national team.

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    BÅ Gustaffson on the game: Swe vs RUS

    Sweden face Russia tomorrow - a game that may not only decided the winner of LG hockey Games but also whether the two teams will face each other for the 3rd time straight in the playoffs.

    Sweden's head coach, Bengt-Åke Gustafsson is impressed by Russia's performance in EHT. "Russia is in principle undefeated [this season] and it will be a very important game tomorrow", says Gustafsson. Gustafsson continues: "Russia has looked very good all season. They play a little different than previously. More tight.". Sweden can only beat Russia if Tre Kronor plays a very disciplined game, Gustafsson concludes.

    http://www.hockeyligan.se/nyheter.php?nid=10702

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    First Russia loss of the season!

    10/02

    Sweden - Russia 6:2 (2:0, 1:2, 3:0)

    1:0 - Johansson (J. Jönsson, 02:25) PP
    2:0 - Thörnberg (Mortensson, 07:41) PP
    3:0 - Bremberg (Davidsson, 23:00) SH
    3:1 - Kuljomin (Kondratěv, 26:52)
    3:2 - Ščastlivij (But, Antipov, 28:04)
    4:2 - Fernholm (J. Jönsson, 45:03)
    5:2 - Davidsson (Bremberg, Hörnqvist, 45:53)
    6:2 - Mortensson (54:02) SH

    PIM: 10x2' - 8x2'; Att.: 12125
    Referee: Milan Minář (CZE)

    Sweden: Gistedt (Henriksson) – Sandström, Hillberg, K. Jönsson, Lindgren, Johansson, Fernholm, Lkerman, Tärnström – Hörnqvist, Davidsson, Bremberg – Thörnberg, Martensson, Emwall – Hannula, J. Jönsson, Olvestad – Warg, Wallin, Berglund.

    Russia: Barulin (Jeremenko) – Grebeškov, Bělov, Koltsov, Bykov, Korněv, Nikulin, Kondratěv, Vorobjev – But, Šastlivij, Antipov – Mozjakin, Kurjanov, Mirnov – Simakov, Kajgorodov, Volkov – Konkov, Neprjajev, Kulemin


    Czech Republic - Finland 5:0 (2:0, 1:0, 2:0)

    1:0 - Kohn (Bednář, 00:54)
    2:0 - Straka (Hamr, 19:58)
    3:0 - Rosa (Hamr, Balaštík, 35:00)
    4:0 - Hrdina (Rosa, 41:18)
    5:0 - Irgl (59:42)
    PIM: 4x2' - 7x2'+1x10'; Att.: 6829
    Referee: Andersson(SWE)

    Czech Republic: Pinc - Platil, Barinka, Čutta, Blaťák, Hamr, Čáslava - Irgl, J. Marek, P. Hubáček - Balaštík, Hrdina, Rosa - Bednář, J. Straka, Kohn - Čermák, Huml, Netík.

    Finland: Wallinheimo - Marko Kiprusoff, Vallin, Aalto, Berg, Mäntylä, Puistola, Marttinen, Niskala - Kuhta, Valtonen, Pirnes - Leino, Bergenheim, Koskenkorva - Haataja, Hentunen, Rita - Pesonen, Saarenheimo, Hirschovits
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    Czech Republic - Finland 5-0 (2-0, 1-0, 2-0)
    10 February 2007, Stockholm, Globen, Att: 6,829
    1-0 (00:54) Ladislav Kohn (Bednar, Straka)
    2-0 (19:58) Josef Straka (Hamr, Kohn) PP1
    3-0 (35:00) Pavel Rosa (Hamr, Balastik) PP1
    4-0 (41:18) Jan Hrdina (Rosa)
    5-0 (59:59) Zbynek Irgl
    CZE 4x2, FIN 7x2 + 1x10, SOG 31:30 (9:8, 9:9, 13:13)

    CZE: Pinc, Platil, Barinka, Irgl - Marek - Hubacek (2), Hamr, Caslava (2), Bednar - Straka - Kohn, Cutta, Blatak, Balastik - Hrdina - Rosa, Pletka, Hrabal, Cermak (4) - Huml- Netik.
    FIN: Wallinheimo, Puistola, Niskala, Hentunen - Pirnes - Kuhta, Kiprusoff, Berg, Kallio - Leino - Pesonen, Mäntylä (14), Aalto, Rita - Hirschovits (2) - Bergenheim, Vallin (4), Martinnen, Haataja (2) - Saarenheimo - Koskenkorva (2).


    Sweden - Russia 6-2 (2-0, 1-2, 3-0)
    10 February 2007, Stockholm, Globen, Att: 12,125
    1-0 (02.25) Magnus Johansson (J. Jönsson, Hannula) PP1
    2-0 (07:41) Martin Thörnberg (Mårtensson, Emwall) PP1
    3-0 (23:00) Fredrik Bremberg (Davidsson, Tärnström) SH1
    3-1 (26:52) Nikolay Kulemin (Konkov, Kondratiev)
    3-2 (28:04) Petr Schastliviy (But, Konkov)
    4-2 (45:03) Daniel Fernholm (J. Jönsson, Johansson) PP1
    5-2 (45:53) Johan Davidsson (Breemberg, Hörnqvist)
    6-2 (54:33) Tony Mårtensson (K. Jönsson)
    SWE 10x2 + 1x10, RUS 8x2, SOG 20:24 (7:8, 7:9, 6:7)

    SWE: Gistedt, Sandström, Hållberg (4), Hörnqvist - Davidsson - Bremberg, K. Jönsson, Lindgren, Thörnberg (2) - Mårtensson (2) - Emwall, M. Johansson (2), Fernholm (14), Hannula (2) - J. Jönsson - Ölvestad (2), Åkerman, Tärnström, Warg (2) - Wallin - Berglund.
    RUS: Barulin, Belov, Grebeshkov, Antipov - Schastliviy - But, Bykov (4), Koltsov, Mirnov - Kurianov (2) - Mozyakin, Nikulin, Korneev, Volkov (2) - Kaigorodov (2) - Simakov, Vorobyev (2), Kondratiev, Kulemin - Nepryeav (2) - Konkov.


    Notes. All important aspects were settled yesterday:
    1) Sweden wins LG Hockey Games
    2) Sweden qualifies for the Euro Hockey Tour Final
    • Jörgen Jönsson tied Jonas Bergvist's all time record of 272 caps for Tre Kronor. Jönsson has now produced 102 points.
    • Johan Davidsson played his 100th game for Tre Kronor. With his goal yesterday, Davidsson is moreoever the first Swede to produce 10 points (or more) in EHT.

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    Russia - Czech Republic 3-2 SO (0-0, 1-2, 1-0, 0-0, 1-0)
    11 February 2007, Stockholm, Globen Att: 1,236
    0-1 (21:34) Jaroslav Bednar (Josef Straka)
    0-2 (26:43) Jan Platil (Zbynek Irgl)
    1-2 (33:26) Anton Kuriyanov (Sergey Mozyakin)
    2-2 (48:48) Nikolay Kulemin (Ivan Nepryaev, Sergey Konkov)
    3-2 (65:00) SO: Dmitry Bykov
    RUS 5x2, CZE 9x2, SOG 28:28 (9:10, 5:9, 13:9, 1:0)

    RUS: Eremenko, Belov (2), Grebeshkov, Antipov - Schastliviy - But, Bykov (2), Koltsov (4), Mirnov, Kurianov, Mozyakin, Nikulin, Korneev, Volkov - Kaigorodov - Simakov, Vorobyev, Kondratiev, Kulemin - Nepryaev (2) - Konkov.
    CZE: Pinc, Platil (4), Barinka (2), Irgl - Marek- Hubacek, Hamr (4), Caslava, Bednar (2) - Straka - Kohn, Cutta, Blatak (2), Balastik - Huml- Rosa, Hrabal, Cermak - Skuhravy (4) - Netik


    If I have calculated correctly, Finland will finish last even if they beat Sweden today. CZE will finish 2nd if Finland beat Sweden, otherwise RUS will finish 2nd.

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    Sweden - Finland 1-0 (0-0, 1-0, 0-0)
    11 February 2007, Stockholm, Globen, Att: 12,888
    1-0 (38:08) Tony Mårtensson (Kenny Jönsson, Fredrik Emwall) PP1
    SWE 8x2, FIN 9x2, SOG 25:16 (6:6, 14:7, 5:3)

    SWE: Henriksson, M. Johansson, Fernholm (2), Hannula (2) - J. Jönsson - Ölvestad, Åkerman, Tärnström, Warg (2) - Wallin - Berglund (4), Sandström, Hållberg, Hörnqvist - Davidsson (2) - Bremberg; K. Jönsson, Lindgren (2), Thörnberg - Mårtensson - Emwall.
    FIN: Noronen, Niskala, Marttinen, Pesonen - Pirnes (6) - Hentunen (4), Berg (2), Puistola (4), Kuhta - Leino - Kallio, Mäntylä (2), Aalto - Bergenheim - Hirschovits - Rita, Haataja, Vallin, Koskenkorve - Saarenheimo - Valtonen.


    Awards
    Best goaltender: Marek Pinc, CZE
    Best defenceman: Kenny Jönsson, SWE
    Best forward: Fredrik Bremberg

    Media All Star team:
    Marek Pinc (CZE) - Magnus Johansson (SWE), Kenny Jönsson (SWE); Fredrik Bremberg (SWE) - Johan Davidsson (SWE) - Nikolay Kulemin (RUS)



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    Czech Republic:
    77 Radek Hamr (C)
    25 Jaroslav Bednar (A)
    19 Jozef Straka (A)

    What was the full Czech Republic roster with numbers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavel_Bure View Post
    Czech Republic:
    77 Radek Hamr (C)
    25 Jaroslav Bednar (A)
    19 Jozef Straka (A)

    What was the full Czech Republic roster with numbers?
    5 Barinka, Michal 1984-06-12 LD R 184 78 HC Vitkovice
    7 Hrabal, Josef 1985-08-17 LD L 185 81 Severstal Cherepovec
    10 Hubacek, Petr 1979-09-02 RW L 183 82 HC Vitkovice
    12 Cermak, Leos 1978-03-13 CE R 186 88 HC Vitkovice
    15 Marek, Jan 1979-12-31 CE R 179 81 Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    16 Pletka, Vaclav 1979-08-06 LW L 178 80 HC Liberec
    17 Kohn, Ladislav 1975-03-04 RW L 182 88 Espoo Blues
    18 Rosa, Pavel 1977-07-06 RW R 180 80 Avangard Omsk
    19 Straka, Josef 1978-02-11 CE L 181 86 Lukko Rauma
    24 Irgl, Zbynek 1980-11-29 LW R 179 83 HC Vitkovice
    25 Bednar, Jaroslav 1976-11-09 RW R 182 84 HC Slavia Praha
    34 Skuhravy, Vaclav 1979-01-16 LW L 192 101 Karlovy Vary
    35 Trvaj, Jiri 1974-04-13 GK L 181 80 HC Znojmo
    36 Caslava, Petr 1979-09-03 LD L 192 100 HC Pardubice
    38 Hrdina, Jan 1976-02-05 CE R 180 83 HV 71
    40 Balastik, Jaroslav 1979-11-28 RW L 190 93 HV 71
    43 Cutta, Jakub 1981-12-29 LD L 192 98 HC Liberec
    44 Blatak, Miroslav 1982-05-25 LD L 181 77 Mora IK
    63 Huml, Ivan 1981-09-06 LW L 186 88 Mora IK
    71 Netik, Tomas 1982-04-28 RW L 178 77 Karlovy Vary
    77 Hamr, Radek 1974-06-15 LD L 181 80 Kloten Flyers
    83 Platil, Jan 1983-02-09 RD L 189 94 Lukko Rauma
    97 Pinc, Marek 1979-03-20 GK L 176 77 HC Vitkovice

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