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    Finland Karjala Cup, Nov 9-12 - 2006/07 Euro Hockey Tour

    Here's the enlarged list of candidates to the Russian team for Karjala Cup:

    Goaltenders:
    Alexander Eremenko (AK Bars, Kazan) :023:
    Konstantin Barulin (Khimik MO)
    Sergey Zvyagin (Dynamo, Moscow)
    Anton Khudobin (Metallurg, Magnitogorsk)
    Vasily Koshechkin (Lada, Togliatti)
    Georgy Gelashvili (Traktor, Tchelyabinsk). :smart:

    Defenders:
    Kiril Koltsov
    Nikita Nikitin
    Dmitry Ryabykin (all three Avangard, Omsk) :002:
    Ilya Nikulin :hockey1:
    Vitaly Proshkin (both AK Bars, Kazan)
    Antony Belov
    Konstantin Korneev (both CSKA, Moscow)
    Vitaly Atyushov
    Evgeny Varlamov (both Metallurg, Magnitogorsk)
    Alexei Emelin
    Maxim Kondratyev (both Lada, Togliatti)
    Andrew Kuteykin (Salavat Yulaev, Ufa)
    Dmitry Bykov (Khimik MO)
    Denis Grebeshkov (Lokomotiv, Yaroslavl)

    Forwarders:
    Denis Tyurin
    Anton Kuryanov
    Alexander Popov
    Konstantin Gorovikov
    Artem Chubarov (all five Avangard, Omsk) :653:
    Petr Schastlivy :hockey:
    Pavel Vorobyev
    Albert Leschev (all three Khimik MO)
    Vladimir Antipov
    Igor Volkov (both Salavat Yulaev, Ufa)
    Vadim Epanchintsev
    Alexander Nikulin (both CSKA, Moscow)
    Nikolay Kulemin
    Ruslan Nurtdinov (both Metallurg, Magnitogorsk)
    Ivan Nepryaev
    Dmitry Vlasenkov (both Lokomotiv, Yaroslavl)
    Igor Emeleev
    Anton But (both SKA, St. Petersburg) :045:
    Alexander Korolyuk
    Timofey Shishkanov (both Vityaz, Podolsk)
    Alexander Kharitonov (Dynamo, Moscow) :hockey1:
    Andrew Ivanov (Neftekhimik, Nizhnekamsk).

    ....we DO NOT see Alexei Morozov in this list... :seeingsta
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    Team Finland to Karjala tournament

    Goalies
    Juuso Riksman, Jokerit
    Jani Hurme, TPS

    Defensemen
    Marko Kiprusoff, TPS
    Martti Järventie, Jokerit
    Mikko Luoma, Linköping
    Pekka Saravo, Luulaja
    Antti-Jussi Niemi, Frölunda
    Aki Berg, TPS
    Janne Niskala, Färjestad
    Jukka-Pekka Laamanen, Kärpät

    Forwards
    Sean Bergenheim
    Tomek Valtonen, Jokerit
    Esa Pirnes, Färjestad
    Petri Kontiola, Tappara
    Petri Pakaslahti, Jokerit
    Riku Hahl, Timrå
    Jari Viuhkola, Kärpät
    Timo Pärssinen, Timrå
    Jani Rita, Jokerit
    Ilkka Pikkarainen, HIFK
    Mika Pyörälä, Kärpät
    Tomi Kallio, Frölunda
    Jussi Pesonen, Ilves

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    Very experienced Finnish squad.

    Interesting players to follow: Jani Hurme, Marko Kiprusoff (world champion back in blue and white), Aki Berg, Esa Pirnes, Sean Bergenheim (no team after he left his Russian club, how will he play?).

    Swedish squad:

    Goalies:
    1 Erik Ersberg, HV 71
    30 Johan Backlund, Timrå IK

    Defenders:
    3 Mattias Timander, MODO Hockey
    4 Anton Strålman, Timrå IK
    6 Magnus Johansson, Linköpings HC
    7 Jan Sandström, Luleå HF
    8 Tobias Enström, MODO Hockey
    16 Fredrik Lindgren, Skellefteå AIK
    18 Per Hållbergm, EV Zug SUI
    28 Dick Tärnström, HC Lugano SUI

    Forwards:
    10 Andreas Johansson, Färjestads BK
    11 Jesper Mattsson, Färjestads BK
    12 Christian Berglund, SC Bern SUI
    13 Joakim Eriksson, Linköpings HC
    14 Mathias Månsson, Brynäs IF
    15 Rickard Wallin, HC Lugano SUI
    17 Jonathan Hedström, Timrä IK
    20 Niklas Nordgren, SC Rapperswil SUI
    27 Jimmie Ölvestad, Djurgårdens IF
    72 Jörgen Jönsson, Färjestads BK
    79 Fredrik Warg, Timrå IK
    Tim Eriksson, Linköpings HC
    Johan Davidsson, HV 71

    Czech squad:

    Goalies:
    Roman Čechmánek, Linköpings HC SWE
    Roman Málek, Lasselsberger Plzeň

    Defenders:
    TomᚠŽižka, Slavia Praha
    Petr Čáslava, Moeller Pardubice
    Miroslav Blaťák, Mora IK SWE
    Radek Hamr, Kloten SUI
    Jan Platil, Lukko Rauma FIN
    Jakub Čutta, Liberec
    Josef Hrabal, Vsetínská hokejová
    LukᚠZíb, Liberec

    Forwards:
    Jaroslav Hlinka, Sparta Praha
    Zbyněk Irgl, Vítkovice Steel
    Petr Hubáček, Vítkovice Steel
    Jiří Šimánek, Mountfield Č. Budějovice
    Ondřej Veselý, Mountfield Č. Budějovice
    Libor Pivko, Moeller Pardubice
    Petr Sýkora, Moeller Pardubice
    Radek Matějovský, Lasselsberger Plzeň
    Josef Straka, Lukko Rauma FIN
    Václav Varaďa, HC Davos SUI
    Jan Marek, Magnitogorsk RUS
    Pavel Brendl, Mora IK SWE
    Ivan Huml, TPS Turku FIN
    Václav Skuhravý, Karlovy Vary
    Jaroslav Kudrna, Magnitogorsk RUS
    Last edited by Shardik; 05-11-2006 at 18:14. Reason: updated Czech roster
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    Final Russian Roster

    Last Round has helped Russian Head Coach Vyacheslav Bykov to find best players for the Russian National team (4 players are from Lokomotiv, Yaroslavl):

    Goaltenders:
    Vasily Koshechkin (Lada, Togliatti)
    Alexander Eremenko (AK Bars, Kazan).

    Defenders:
    Dmitry Bykov (Khimik, MO), Kirill Koltsov (Avangard, Omsk) :023: , Alexei Emelin (Lada, Togliatti), Ilya Nikulin (AK Bars, Kazan) :hockey1: , Vitaly Atyushov, Evgeny Varlamov (both Metallurg, Magnitogorsk), Denis Grebeshkov (Lokomotiv, Yaroslavl), Andrew Kuteykin (Salavat Yulaev, Ufa).

    Forwarders:
    Alexander Kharitonov :hockey1: (Dynamo, Moscow), Anton Kuryanov, Alexander Popov (both Avangard, Omsk), Alexander Nikulin (CSKA, Moscow), Nikolay Kulemin (Metallurg, Magnitogorsk), Ivan Nepryaev, Evgeny Artyukhin, Dmitry Vlasenkov :hockey: (all three Lokomotiv, Yaroslavl), Vladimir Antipov (Salavat Yulaev, Ufa), Albert Leschev, Petr Schastlivy (both Khimik, MO), Sergey Kon'kov (Neftekhimik, Nizhnekamsk).

    Pretty good roster, so "we came to win..." :devileek:
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    Czech roster

    Players out:
    Miloslav Gureň (D), Zdeněk Kutlák (D), Petr Ton (F), Václav Nedorost (F) (all injuries)

    Players in:
    Václav Skuhravý (F) (Karlovy Vary), Jaroslav Kudrna (F) (Magnitogorsk), LukᚠZíb (D) (Liberec)

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    Jaroslav Kudrna magnitogorsk?? A new signed player?
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    Yes, Jaroslav Kudrna will move after Karjala cup. Here are some pictures from "Kudrna leaving Trinec".

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    Changes in Swedish roster:
    Tony Mårtensson (F, Linköping), Peter Nordström (F, Färjestad) out

    Tim Eriksson (F, Linköping), Johan Davidsson (F, HV 71) in.

    Also ticket sales are looking good for Karjala tournament. With 20,000 tickets already sold the organizers expect to hit 30,000 mark by the end of the tourney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Pablo Ramirez
    Yes, Jaroslav Kudrna will move after Karjala cup. Here are some pictures from "Kudrna leaving Trinec".
    thanks. Do you know how much was the transfer and how much money is he making in Russia?
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    Changes in Russian Roster

    We have some changes in our roster bacause of some injuries:
    Forwarder Timofey Shishkanov (Vityaz, Chekhov) will change Alexander Nikulin (injury of collar-bone) and Dmitry Vlasenkov (he's got cold). Onу for all (for two), let's see if it'll work.

    P.S.: Latest news - Forwarder Pavel Vorobyev (Khimik, MO) has come to the National team camp instead of Alexander Popov (Avangard, Omsk).
    Last edited by DIN; 06-11-2006 at 18:23.
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    Changes in Finnish rosters

    Players out: Juuso Riksman (G) Jokerit, Timo Pärssinen (F) Timrå

    Players in: Sinuhe Wallinheimo (G) JYP, Janne Lahti (F) HPK

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    Friendly game CZE- SWE

    Czech Repuplic - Sweden 3:4 (1:1, 2:1, 0:2)
    Goals:
    Huml, Vesely, Straka - Davidsson, Berglund, Hedstrom, Wallin.
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    Here is more on the game at Plzen 7 November 2006


    Czech Republic - Sweden 3-4 (1-1, 2-1, 0-2)
    1-0 (08:07) Ivan Huml (Zbynek Irgl) SH1
    1-1 (17:44) Johan Davidsson (Niklas Nordgren) PP1
    2-1 (20:44) Ondrej Vesely (Josef Straka) PP1
    2-2 (28:23) Christian Berglund (Joakim Eriksson, Dick Tärnström)
    3-2 (31:21) Josef Straka (Radek Hamr, Pavel Brendl)
    3-3 (43:48) Rickard Wallin (Fredrik Lindgren, Jimmie Ôlvestad)
    3-4 (48:27) Jonathan Hedström (Christian Berglund, Rickard Wallin)
    CZE 7x2, SWE 10x2, SOG 27:30 (11:5, 12:9, 4:16), Att: 4,106

    Lineups:

    CZE: Roman Malek (Roman Cechmanek), Tomas Zizka (2), Radek Hamr (2), Ondrej Vesely - Josef Straka (2) - Pavel Brendl; Lukas Zib, Jakub Cutta (2), Michal Frolik - Zbynek Irgl - Ivan Huml; Josef Hrabal, Petr Caslava, Jaroslav Kudrna - Vaclav Skuhravy - Libor Pivko (4); Jan Platil, Jiri Simanek - Miroslav Blatak - Radek Matejovsky (2) - Tomas Divisek.
    Coach: Alois Hadamczik

    SWE: Erik Ersberg (Johan Backlund); Anton Strålman (2), Dick Tärnström, Fredrik Warg (2) - Christian Berglund -Jonathan Hedström (2); Magnus Johansson, Tobias Enström, Joakim Eriksson - Mathias Månsson - Tim Eriksson; Jan Sandström, Fredrik Lindgren (2), Jesper Mattson - Jimmie Ölvestad - Rickard Wallin (4); Robin Jonsson, Per Hållberg (4), Niklas Nordgren (2) - Jörgen Jönsson - Johan Davidsson (2).
    Coach: Bengt-Åke Gustafsson.

    Details on Sweden's roster

    Ersberg, Lindgren and Robin Jonsson are rookies.

    Player of the game: Erik Ersberg.

    Trivia: Sweden won for the 7th time straight against Czech Republic.

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    New Russian Jerceys

    For the first time in the modern Russian Ice-Hockey history our National team will play in jerceys without the name of our country RUSSIA - РОССИЯ on it!!!

    The logo of the main sponsor of our team will be replaced under the coat of arms of Russia ... :shockey68
    I just remember the Sweden team without THREE CROWNS, but with white bear in front of the jercey during the Baltika Cup in Moscow, but can't imagine our jerceys without Cyrillic words on it!!!

    The only thing that make me quiet is that our team will use traditional jerceys during the IHWC in Moscow!!! :blah:
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    The captain of the Russian team

    Defender od Metallurg, Magnitogorsk Evgeny Varlamov has been announced the Captain of the Russian team, Forward of Dynamo, Moscow Alexander Kharitonov and Defender of Avangerd, Omsk Kirill Koltsov will help him as Assistants.
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    Finland - Russia 2:3 (0:2, 2:0, 0:1) :nr:
    Goals:
    Kuteykin Andrew (Grebeshkov Denis, Vorobyev Pavel), 1:41 (0:1, pp)
    Nepryaev Ivan (Kondratyev Maxim), 13:14 (0:2)
    Kallio Tomi, 25:41 (1:2, pp)
    Pirnes Esa, 27:42 (2:2)
    Schastlivy Petr (Vorobyev Pavel), 42:06 (2:3).

    Helsinki, Hartwall Arena, 09.11.06
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    Czech republic - Sweden 5:4 (0:0, 2:2, 3:2)

    Czech goals:
    25. M. Čech (Huml)
    38. J. Hlinka (P. Sýkora, Huml)
    41. Brendl (J. Straka, P. Sýkora)
    54. Šimánek (Divíšek)
    57. Varaďa (Skuhravý)

    Sweden goals:
    35. Nordgren (Davidsson, J. Jönsson)
    38. Ölvestad (Hedström, Wallin)
    60. Stralman (Berglund)
    60. Sandström (Lindgren, Enström).
    PIM: 12:9
    Att.: 11.704.

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    Complete box score for Finland - Russia:

    Finland - Russia 2-3 (0-2,2-0,0-1)
    01:41 0-1 PP Andrei Kuteykin (Denis Grebeshkov,Pavel Vorobyev)
    13:14 0-2 Ivan Nepryaev (Maxim Kondratyev)
    25:41 1-2 PP Janne Niskala (Esa Pirnes,Tomi Kallio)
    27:42 2-2 PP Esa Pirnes (Mika Pyörälä,Marko Kiprusoff)
    42:06 2-3 Petr Schastilivy (Pavel Vorobyev)

    Goalies:
    Jani Hurme FIN 7+6+2=15 (out 58:31-59:13, 59:34-60:00)
    Vasily Koshechkin RUS 13+7+7=27

    PIM: FIN 7x2 RUS 5x2, 1x5, 1x20
    Att: 7,968

    Not much to say about the game itself. The sad thing was the kneeing incident (Artyukhin on Viuhkola) in the first period. Artyukhin got hit (cleanly) first and he apparently wanted revenge. This resulted in Viuhkola hopping off the ice one-legged and possibly being out for the season. Artyukhin was thrown off the game but that hardly seems a strong enough punishment. As Finland's coach Erkka Westerlund said after the game "in situations like these the ban on the hitter should be as long as the recovery time for the one being hit."
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    change in Finnish roster:

    out: Jari Viuhkola (F) Kärpät (injured)
    in: Ville Leino (F) HPK

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    Please provide more comprensive coverage incl. lineups. Like this:



    Czech Republic - Sweden 5-4 (0-0, 2-2, 3-2)
    1-0 (24:20) Martin Cech (Ivan Huml) PP1
    1-1 (34:17) Niklas Nordgren (Johan Davidsson, Jörgen Jönsson)
    2-1 (37:14) Jaroslav Hlinka (Ivan Huml, Petr Sykora)
    2-2 (37:46) Jimmie Ölvestad (Jonathan Hedström, Rickard Wallin)
    3-2 (40:41) Pavel Brendl (Josef Straka, Petr Sykora) PP2
    4-2 (53:32) Jiri Simanek (Tomas Divisek)
    5-2 (56:18) Vaclav Varada (Vaclav Skuhravy)
    5-3 (59:32) Anton Stralman (Christian Berglund) PP2
    5-4 (59:47) Jan Sandström (Lindgren, Enström) PP1
    CZE 12x2, SWE 9x2, SOG 22:42 (1-11, 13:15, 8:16)
    Att: 11,704 (Zazka Arena, Prague)

    Lineups: CZE: Cechmanek; Platil, Hamr (2) - P. Sykora- Hlinka (2) - V. Varada (2); Cech (4), Blatak; Brendl - J. Straka - Vesely; Cutta (2), Caslava (2); Irgl (2) - Huml - Hubacek; Simanek - Divisek (6) - Matejovsky (31. Frolik)- Skuhravy.
    SWE: Backlund, M. Johansson, Enström; T. Eriksson - J. Eriksson - Månsson; Sandström, Lindgren; Mattsson - Wallin (4) -Ölvestad (2); Jonsson, Hållberg (2), Stralman; Nordgren (2) - J. Jönsson - Davidsson; Stralman, Tärnsstöm, Berglund (6) - Warg (2) - Hedström. '¨

    [b]Video clips of CZE vs SWE and FIN vs RUS (look for 'senaste video')

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    2nd day of Karjala Tournament

    Russia - Sweden 5-4 (0-1,1-1,4-2)
    16:31 0-1 PP Magnus Johansson (Johan Davidsson)
    37:56 0-2 Oscar Steen (Jimmie Ölvestad)
    39:30 1-2 Igor Volkov (Timofei Shishkanov)
    42:06 2-2 Timofei Shishanov (Ivan Nepryaev)
    46:16 2-3 PP Johan Davidsson (Per Hållberg,Jörgen Jönssön)
    47:06 3-3 Petr Schastlivy (Denis Grebeshkov,Pavel Vorobyev)
    50:24 4-3 Petr Schastlivy (Sergei Konkov)
    50:38 5-3 Ivan Nepryaev (Igor Volkov,Timofei Shiskanov)
    51:09 5-4 Mathias Månsson (Magnus Johansson,Joakim Eriksson)

    Goalies:
    Alexander Eremenko RUS 5+7+6=18
    Erik Ersberg SWE 8+12+7=27 (out 58:30-60:00)

    PIM: RUS 6x2 SWE 4x2
    Att: 9,637

    Lineups:
    RUS: Alexander Eremenko (Vasili Koshechkin), 1. Vladimir Antipov-Albert Leschev-Alexander Kharitonov Vitali Atyushov-Evgeny Varlamov; 2. Alexander Kulemin-Anton Kuryanov-Alexei Simakov Ilja Nikulin-Kirill Koltsov; 3. Pavel Vorobyev-Petr Schastlivi-Sergei Konkov Andrey Kuteykin-Denis Grebeshkov; 4. Igor Volkov-Ivan Nepryaev-Timofei Shishkanov Alexei Emelin-Maxim Kondratyev
    SWE: Erik Ersberg (Johan Backlund), 1. Johan Davidsson-Jörgen Jönssön-Niklas Nordgren Per Hållberg-Robin Jonsson; 2. Jonathan Hedström-Fredrik Warg-Christian Berglund Dick Tarnström-Anton Strålman; 3. Jimmie Ölvestad-Rickard Wallin-Jesper Mattsson Fredrik Lindberg-Jan Sandström; 4. Mathias Månsson-Joakim Eriksson-Oscar Steen Tobias Enström-Magnus Johansson


    Czech Republic - Finland 1-2 (0-0,0-1,1-1)
    36:10 0-1 PP Sean Bergenheim (Antti-Jussi Niemi,Petri Pakaslahti)
    50:58 0-2 Petri Kontiola (Jani Rita,Riku Hahl)
    59:56 1-2 PP WG Josef Straka (Vaclav Varada,Petr Sykora)

    Goalies:
    Roman Cechmanek CZE 5+11+4=20 (out 58:58-60:00)
    Sinuhe Wallinheimo FIN 9+6+14=29

    PIM: CZE 11x2, 2x10 FIN 8x2, 1x10
    Att: 11,808

    Lineups:
    CZE: Roman Cechmanek (Roman Malek), 1. Petr Sykora-Jaroslav Hlinka-Vaclav Varada Radek Hamr-Jan Platil; 2. Pavel Brendl-Josef Straka-Ondrej Vesely Martin Cech-Miroslav Blatak; 3. Zbynek Irgl-Ivan Huml-Petr Hubacek Jakub Cutta-Petr Caslava; 4. Jiri Simanek-Vaclav Skuhrary-Martin Frolik Tomas Divisek-Lukas Zib
    FIN: Sinuhe Wallinheimo (Jani Hurme), 1. Riku Hahl-Petri Kontiola-Jani Rita Pekka Saravo-Janne Niskala; 2. Mika Pyörälä-Esa Pirnes-Tomi Kallio Aki Berg-Marko Kiprusoff; 3. Sean Bergenheim-Ville Leino-Janne Lahti Antti-Jussi Niemi-Jukka-Pekka Laamanen; 4. Tomek Valtonen-Petri Pakaslahti-Jussi Pesonen Mikko Luoma-Ilkka Pikkarainen (F).
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    IHWC Videos of goals Finland - Russia

    Here're some videos from the game Finland - Russia 2:3 (including Artyukhin vs Viuhkola collision): http://hksalavat.ru/e107_plugins/med...browse.php?203 .
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    A great news!

    today's game, Sweden - Finland will be on sopcast channel Swe_Sport
    starting 16:30 (GMT) for free!!

    Note: Sopcast viewer is required. All istructions here

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    Czech republic - Russia 2:3 po SN
    Points: 8. Čáslava, 51. Huml (Čáslava) - 41. Charitonov (Antipov, Leščev), 59. Ščastlivyj (Vorobjev, Kondrjatěv), rozhodující nájezd Kuljomin. Referees: Rönn - Hämäläinen, Terho (všichni Fin.). PPs: 8:6. Využití: 0:1. Visitors: 6210.

    Czech: Málek - Čutta, Platil, Čech, Blaťák, Zíb, Čáslava - Sýkora, Straka, Hlinka - Irgl, Huml, Hubáček - Šimánek, Skuhravý, Veselý - Brendl, Divíšek, Matějovský. Coaches: Alois Hadamczik a Pavel Marek.

    Russia: Košečkin - Aťušov, Varlamov, Nikulin, Kolcov, Kutějkin, Grebeškov, Kondrjatěv, Jemelin - Antipov, Leščev, Charitonov - Kuljomin, Kurjanov, Simakov - Vorobjev, Ščastlivyj, Koňkov - Volkov, Něprjajev, Šiškanov. Coach: Vjačeslav Bykov.
    Have you tried turning it off and on again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nameless one
    Czech republic - Russia 2:3 po SN
    Points: 8. Čáslava, 51. Huml (Čáslava) - 41. Charitonov (Antipov, Leščev), 59. Ščastlivyj (Vorobjev, Kondrjatěv), rozhodující nájezd Kuljomin. Referees: Rönn - Hämäläinen, Terho (všichni Fin.). PPs: 8:6. Využití: 0:1. Visitors: 6210.

    Czech: Málek - Čutta, Platil, Čech, Blaťák, Zíb, Čáslava - Sýkora, Straka, Hlinka - Irgl, Huml, Hubáček - Šimánek, Skuhravý, Veselý - Brendl, Divíšek, Matějovský. Coaches: Alois Hadamczik a Pavel Marek.

    Russia: Košečkin - Aťušov, Varlamov, Nikulin, Kolcov, Kutějkin, Grebeškov, Kondrjatěv, Jemelin - Antipov, Leščev, Charitonov - Kuljomin, Kurjanov, Simakov - Vorobjev, Ščastlivyj, Koňkov - Volkov, Něprjajev, Šiškanov. Coach: Vjačeslav Bykov.
    Have you watched this game? It was amazin'... I like the speed, mood of both team!!!
    Anyway, we won Karjala Cup, for the first time in the history of this Tournament !!! :nr:

    Wanna see the same designing games during the Cup of the First Channel (in December in Moscow on the new Arena)!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIN
    Have you watched this game? It was amazin'... I like the speed, mood of both team!!!
    Anyway, we won Karjala Cup, for the first time in the history of this Tournament !!! :nr:

    Wanna see the same designing games during the Cup of the First Channel (in December in Moscow on the new Arena)!!!
    Yeah, Ive seen it. Gratz for winning.
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    Finland - Sweden

    Finland - Sweden 0:1 (0:0,0:1, 0:0)
    Goal:
    Davidsson (Tärnström, Hedström), 32:39 (0:1).
    Referees: Polyakov - Stefan, Lindroos.

    Shots on goal: 23:24.
    Fines: 6:6.
    Att.: 10 393.


    Finland: Wallinheimo - Saravo, Niskala, Kiprusoff, Berg, Järventie, Luoma, Personen, Niemi - Rita, Kontiola, Hahl - Kallio, Pirnes, Pyörälä - Lahti, Leino, Bergenheim - Pikkarainen, Pakaslahti, Valtonen.

    Sweden: Backlund - Hallberg, Johansson, Stralman, Tärnström, Lindgren, Sandström, Enström, Jonsson - Davidsson, Jönsson, Ölvestad - Hedström, Warg, Nordgren - Berglund, Wallin, Mattsson - Mansson, Eriksson, Steen.
    "Keep nothing in your house that you can't use or don't find beautiful" W.Morris :smart:

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    Videos from the game Czech Republic - Russia

    Here're some videos from the game Czech Republic - Russia 2:3 B: http://hksalavat.ru/e107_plugins/med...browse.php?206
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    Karjala Tournament 2006 Awards

    Best goaltender: Sinuhe Wallinheimo, Finland
    Best defenceman: Magnus Johansson, Sweden
    Best forward: Petr Schastlivy, Russia

    All Star team (voted among journalists):


    Sinuhe Wallinheimo (FIN)
    Aki-Petteri Berg (FIN), Magnus Johansson (SWE)
    Johan Davidsson (SWE) - Petr Schastlivy (RUS) - Alexander Kharitonov

    I watched SWE vs CZE and SWE vs FIN. SWE vs CZE was one of the most exciting EHT games I have watched for a long time.

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