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    Womens IHWC 2008/09 European Women's Champions Cup

    After having been Europe’s best women’s club team for four years, AIK Solna didn’t qualify for the 2008-2009 European Women’s Champions Cup. AIK lost the Swedish final to another club from the Stockholm region, Segeltorps IK.

    16 teams divided in four groups will play the first round of the EWCC in autumn. The group winners will advance and join Aisulu Almaty (Kazakhstan), the Espoo Blues (Finland), Segeltorps IF (Sweden) and DHC Langenthal (Switzerland), which are set for the second stage in the beginning of December.

    The final tournament will be played from January 30 to February 1. The organizer is to be announced and no team is pre-qualified for the final tournament

    First round, October 31 to November 2, 2008:

    Group A
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    Slavia Prague (CZE, host)
    Terme Maribor (SLO)
    FTC Budapest (HUN)
    Polis Akademisi Kulubu (TUR)

    Group B:
    ESC Planegg-Wurmtal (GER)
    Agordo Hockey (ITA, host)
    Sabres/Flyers United Vienna (AUT)
    KHL Gric (CRO).

    Group C:
    Laima Riga (LAT, host)
    Valerenga Oslo (NOR)
    Herlev Hornets (DEN)
    Slough Phantoms (GBR).

    Group D: Skif Moscow Region (RUS, host)
    Slovan Bratislava (SVK)
    SC Miercurea Ciuc (ROM)
    Slavia Sofia (BUL).

    Second round, December 5 to 7, 2008:

    Group E:
    Aisulu Almaty (KAZ)
    Espoo Blues (FIN)
    Winner Group A
    Winner Group C
    Host TBA.

    Group F:
    Segeltorps IF (SWE, host)
    DHC Langenthal (SUI)
    Winner Group B
    Winner Group D

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    Why doesn't the french woman team, Cergy, participate to this EWCC ?
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    According to the french federation Cergy joins the group D.

    Group D:
    Skif Moscow Region (RUS, host)
    Slovan Bratislava (SVK)
    SC Miercurea Ciuc (ROM)
    Cergy-Pontoise (FRA)

    What about Slavia Sofia ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wachoo View Post
    According to the french federation Cergy joins the group D.

    Group D:
    Skif Moscow Region (RUS, host)
    Slovan Bratislava (SVK)
    SC Miercurea Ciuc (ROM)
    Cergy-Pontoise (FRA)

    What about Slavia Sofia ?
    The group will be much more competitve with Cergy. Slavia may have pulled out. I imagine most of the players will also be on the national team, perhaps they can only do one tournament this year?
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    @KazakhEagles : you're certainly right. It seems the bulgaria federation can't (or maybe wan't) pay the trip (travel, hotel, ...).

    Do you know what is the financial aid (if she exists ?) given by IIHF to the federations (or teams) for a such tournament ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wachoo View Post
    Do you know what is the financial aid (if she exists ?) given by IIHF to the federations (or teams) for a such tournament ?
    An excellent question. Is anybody privy to that information?
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    Bulgaria

    Hi, I am one of the players of Slavia Sofia, as you supposed most of us are in the national team, too, but we have not refused the cometition, and here is the information from the official website of the IIHF:

    2009 European Women's Champions Cup

    First round, October 31 to November 2, 2008:
    Group A: Slavia Prague (CZE, host), Terme Maribor (SLO), FTC Budapest (HUN), Polis Akademisi Kulubu (TUR).

    Group B: ESC Planegg-Wurmtal (GER), Agordo Hockey (ITA, host), Sabres/Flyers United Vienna (AUT), KHL Gric (CRO).

    Group C: Laima Riga (LAT, host), Valerenga Oslo (NOR), Herlev Hornets (DEN), Slough Phantoms (GBR).

    Group D: Skif Moscow Region (RUS, host), Slovan Bratislava (SVK), SC Miercurea Ciuc (ROM), Slavia Sofia (BUL).

    Are you sure that the French team will join the tournament? And may be it will be a 5th team in the group... We are in that group for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweefty View Post
    Are you sure that the French team will join the tournament? And may be it will be a 5th team in the group... We are in that group for sure!
    Yes. The groups are now updated on the IIHF website.
    http://www.iihf.com/home-of-hockey/c...ents/ewcc.html
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    Wow that's strange, actually the federation has refused our participation.
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    If I were to wager a guess, I'd say it has to do with the ranking of the nations. Bulgaria would be (I believe) the lowest European nation to participate, so their club would unfortunately be the last to get a seed (and the first to be cut if there were a shortage in team positions).

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    it doesn't seems to be a correct solution

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    any tv broadcasting for group A ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wachoo View Post
    @KazakhEagles : you're certainly right. It seems the bulgaria federation can't (or maybe wan't) pay the trip (travel, hotel, ...).

    Do you know what is the financial aid (if she exists ?) given by IIHF to the federations (or teams) for a such tournament ?
    I think there is a support by IIHF, but it can't be that big:

    I still remember the case when my hometown team EV Zug surprisingly qualified for the final tournament a few years ago: They had already spent their money for the qualification tournament in Italy. So the club refused to overdraw the budget and support also their trip to Sweden, while Swiss Ice hockey federation is only caring for National teams and obviously also the support from IIHF was not around or enough. And although Zug is the richest city in one of the richest countries in Europe, players and their families simply couldn't afford to pay the whole trip out of their own pockets (avg age of players was around 20, many students).

    So they tried to find sponsors themselves and posed half-naked for a calendar... however not even this was enough. But at least they raised the attention of National medias and when their case finally was shown in the nationwide TV sports update, only 2 days later the money was raised, thanks to sponsorship of National Swiss Airline and a big travelling agency...

    But then I don't know how widespread private/corporate sponsorship in Bulgaria nowadays is and if hockey would be important enough to justify it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweefty View Post
    Group D: Skif Moscow Region (RUS, host), Slovan Bratislava (SVK), SC Miercurea Ciuc (ROM), Slavia Sofia (BUL).

    Are you sure that the French team will join the tournament? And may be it will be a 5th team in the group... We are in that group for sure!
    Final confirmation of Group D is: SKIF Moscow Region (RUS), Cergy-Pontoise (FRA), and SC Miercurea Ciuc (ROM). So Cergy replaces Slavia and Slovan withdrew. Why Slavia isn't reintroduced to the group is beyond me.

    I'm slightly confused as to SKIF. They used to play outside of Moscow, but for the last two or three years they've been based in Nizhniy Novgorod.
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    First Round - Group A @ Slany (CZE)

    • Slavia Prague (Czech Republic)
    • Terme Maribor (Slovenia)
    • FTC Budapest (Hungary)
    • Polis Akademisi Ankara (Turkey)

    Oct. 24
    14:00 FTC Budapest - Polis Akademisi Ankara 0-5 (0-2, 0-1, 0-2)
    17:00 Slavia Prague - Terme Maribor 9-0 (0-0, 6-0, 3-0)
    Creary 2+1, Pancakova 2+1, Studentova 1+1, Heywood 1+1, Fialova 1+0, Schade 1+0, Pekarkova 1+0, Kroutilova 0+1, Dankova 0+1, Novakova S. 0+1, Friesem 0+2
    HC Slavia Praha: Smardova - Holesova, Horalkova, Heywood, Schade, Pancakova, Pekarkova - Dankova, Velickova, Manhartova - Creary, Studentova, Friesen - Kroutilova, Fialova, Novakova S.
    HDK Maribor: Gayer - Prezeli, Lahovec, Kavcic, Manfreda, Loncar, Vakaricic - Prezeli, Pren, McConell - Manfreda M., Bucar - Stare, Deisigner, Sopotnik


    Oct. 25
    14:00 Terme Maribor - Polis Ak. 7-0 (4-0, 1-0, 2-0)
    17:00 FTC Budapest - Slavia Prague 0-26 (0-6, 0-12, 0-8)
    HC Slavia Praha: Becevova - Holesova, Horalkova, Heywood, Schade, Pekarkova, Pancakova - Dankova, Velickova, Novakova S. - Creary, Studentova, Friesen - Kroutilova, Fialova, Zelenkova
    FTC Budapest: Bozoni - d Ouvenou, Daranyi, Pinko, Kenez, Balog, Reggei - Gelleit, Marjal, Peter - Palkovi, Farkas, Brgles - Zsoinai, Gegesy, Junttila.

    Oct. 26
    14:00 Polis Akademisi Ankara - Slavia Prague 0-36 (0-15, 0-11, 0-10)
    HC Slavia Praha: Becevova-Smardova - Manhartova, Horalkova, Heywood, Schade, Pekarkova, Pancakova - Dankova, Velickova, NOvakova S.- Creary, Holesova, Friesen - Kroutilova, Fialova, Zelenkova.
    17:00 Terme Maribor - FTC Budapest 16-0 (6-0, 3-0, 7-0)

    Standing:
    1. Slavia Prague 3/9 (71-0)
    2. Maribor 3/6 (23-9)
    3. Polis Akademisi 3/3 (5-43)
    4. FTC Budapest 3/0 (0-47)

    Other groups will play in 31 october - 2 november weekend

    Group B: ESC Planegg-Würmtal (GER), Agordo Hockey (ITA, host), Sabres/Flyers United Vienna (AUT), KHL Gric (CRO).
    Group C: Laima Riga (LAT, host), Vålerenga Oslo (NOR), Herlev Hornets (DEN), Slough Phantoms (GBR).
    Group D: SKIF Moscow Region (RUS, host), Cergy Pontoise (FRA), SC Miercurea Ciuc (ROU). Slovan Bratislava (SVK) withdrew.

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    Group D:

    SKIF 10-0 Cergy-Pontoise

    1:0 PP 03:09 Jenni Hiirikoski (Marjo Voutilainen)
    2:0 PP 06:49 Svetlana Terentieva (Tatiana Sotnikova, Oxana Tretyakova)
    3:0 EQ 10:20 Karoliina Rantamaki (Viktoria Samarina, Marjo Voutilainen)
    4:0 PP 16:16 Kati Kovalainen (Alena Khomich)
    5:0 PP 21:50 Oxana Tretyakova (Svetlana Terentieva)
    6:0 PP 30:27 Marjo Voutilainen (Karoliina Rantamaki)
    7:0 EQ 30:55 Svetlana Terentieva (Tatiana Sotnikova)
    8:0 PP 38:38 Yulia Deulina (Anastasiya Smirnova)
    9:0 EQ 53:13 Oxana Tretyakova (Svetlana Terentieva)
    10:0 PP 57:36 Karoliina Rantamaki (Marjo Voutilainen)

    PIM: SKIF 4, Cergy-Pontoise 20
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    Thanks for results Kazakheagles :-)
    I support Cergy :-(
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    Group D

    Cergy~Pontoise - SC Miercurea Ciuc 13-0 (3-0, 3-0, 7-0)
    I don't find the scorers for the moment.

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    I bet the players just loved that poster.
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    Other scores from day #1

    Group B (@ Alleghe)
    Sabres/Flyers - Planegg 1-2 (0-0, 1-2, 0-0)
    Agordo - Gric 8-1 (4-0, 1-1, 3-0)

    Group C (@ Riga)
    Vålerenga - Slough 4-3 (0-2, 4-0, 0-1)
    Herlev - Laima 3-1 (2-1, 1-0, 0-0)

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    Resume of 1st round

    Group B
    • Agordo Hockey (host)
    • Sabres/Flyers United Vienna
    • ESC Planegg-Würmtal
    • KHL Gric

    Oct. 31
    Sabres/Flyers - Planegg 1-2 (0-0, 1-2, 0-0)
    Agordo - Gric 8-1 (4-0, 1-1, 3-0)

    Nov. 1
    Gric - Sabres/Flyers 2-7 (0-3, 1-1, 1-3)
    Agordo - Planegg 3-15 (0-5, 2-5, 1-5)

    Nov. 2
    Planegg - Gric 11-0 (3-0, 3-0, 5-0)
    Sabres/Flyers - Agordo 7-3 (2-0, 1-1, 4-2)

    Standing
    #TeamGPWLGF-GAPTS
    1ESC Planegg-Würmtal33028-49
    2Sabres/Flyers United Vienna32115-76
    3Agordo Hockey31214-233
    4KHL Gric3033-260

    Group C
    • Laima Riga
    • Herlev Hornets
    • Slough Phantoms
    • Vålerenga Oslo
    Oct. 31
    Vålerenga - Slough 4-3 (0-2, 4-0, 0-1)
    Herlev - Laima 3-1 (2-1, 1-0, 0-0)

    Nov. 1
    Laima - Slough 4-5SO (1-3, 2-1, 1-0, 0-0, 0-1)
    Vålerenga - Herlev 2-5 (1-2, 1-0, 0-3)

    Nov. 2
    Laima - Vålerenga 3-1 (2-0, 1-0, 0-1)
    Slough - Herlev 4-8 (4-2, 0-2, 0-4)

    Standing
    #TeamGPWLGF-GAPTS
    1Herlev Hornets33016-79
    2Laima Riga3128-94
    3Vålerenga Oslo3127-113
    4Slough Phantoms31212-162


    Group D
    • SKIF Moscow Region (host)
    • Cergy-Pontoise
    • SC Miercurea Ciuc

    Oct. 31
    SKIF - Cergy Pontoise 10-0 (4-0, 4-0, 2-0)

    Nov. 1
    Cergy Pontoise - M. Ciuc 13-0 (3-0, 3-0, 7-0)

    Nov. 2
    M. Ciuc - SKIF 0-24 (0-10, 0-10, 0-4)

    Standing
    #TeamGPWLGF-GAPTS
    1SKIF Moscow Region22034-06
    2Cergy-Pontoise21113-103
    3SC Miercurea Ciuc2020-370

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    Just want to say good luck to the Slavia Prague team, I played for the Turkish Polis Akademisi team, and yes they slaughtered us but were a pleasure to play against, because they scored all of their goals by some amazing team work and fantastic passing, this combined with their speed, strength and skill - it was a priviledge to be on the ice. Im from NZ (playing in Turkish league) and its great to see this level of hockey - which wouldnt have been possible in NZ.
    So good luck and hope Slavia Prague go all the way :)

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    The venues for the second round of the 2008-2009 IIHF European Women’s Champions Cup are known.
    The two tournaments have been allocated to Kralupy nad Vltavou, Czech Republic, and to Segeltorp, Sweden, December 5-7, 2008.

    Group E will take place in Kralupy nad Vltavou, 25 kilometres north of Prague.
    The participating teams are:
    • Aisulu Almaty (Kazakhstan)
    • Espoo Blues (Finland)
    • Slavia Prague (Czech Republic)
    • Herlev Hornets (Denmark).
    Group F will be played in Segeltorp, a Stockholm suburban.
    The participating teams are:
    • Segeltorps IF (Sweden)
    • DHC Langenthal (Switzerland)
    • ESC Planegg-Würmtal (Germany)
    • SKIF Moscow Region (Russia).
    The two best teams of each second-round group will advance to the final tournament, January 30 to February 1, 2009. The venue is to be determined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davide View Post
    The venues for the second round of the 2008-2009 IIHF European Women’s Champions Cup are known.
    The two tournaments have been allocated to Kralupy nad Vltavou, Czech Republic, and to Segeltorp, Sweden, December 5-7, 2008.

    Group E will take place in Kralupy nad Vltavou, 25 kilometres north of Prague.
    The participating teams are:
    • Aisulu Almaty (Kazakhstan)
    • Espoo Blues (Finland)
    • Slavia Prague (Czech Republic)
    • Herlev Hornets (Denmark).
    Group F will be played in Segeltorp, a Stockholm suburban.
    The participating teams are:
    • Segeltorps IF (Sweden)
    • DHC Langenthal (Switzerland)
    • ESC Planegg-Würmtal (Germany)
    • SKIF Moscow Region (Russia).
    The two best teams of each second-round group will advance to the final tournament, January 30 to February 1, 2009. The venue is to be determined.
    Is any one out there monitoring these games? I would love to know how the Group F games are going
    Good luck to all of the teams and their players
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    Day 1, results

    Group F

    SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod 5-0 DHC Langenthal (0-0, 3-0, 2-0)
    Shots: 44-34, PIM: 14-6

    1:0, EQ 24.01 Kati Kovalainen (Yulia Deulina)
    2:0, EQ 32:11 Marjo Voutilainen (Jenni Hiirikoski)
    3:0, SH 36:18 Karoliina Rantamaki (Tatiana Sotnikova)
    4:0, EQ 40:59 Olga Sosina (Marjo Voutilainen, Karoliina Rantamaki)
    5:0, EQ 42:29 Marjo Voutilainen (Jenni Hiirikoski, Karoliina Rantamaki)

    SKIF Roster
    GK: Nadezhda Aleksandrova
    L1: Alena Khomich - Alexandra Kapustina, Svetlana Terentieva - Tatiana Sotnikova - Oxana Tretyakova
    L2: Jenni Hiirikoski - Anna Shchukina, Olga Sosina - Marjo Voutilainen - Karoliina Rantamaki
    L3: Evgenia Tsoraeva - Larisa Teplygina, Kati Kovalainen - Viktoria Samarina - Yulia Deulina
    L4: Svetlana Tkacheva, Anastasia Smirnova, Elena Silina
    (Source: SKIF)

    Segeltorps IF 6-3 ESC Planegg-Würmtal (0-0, 5-2, 1-1)

    Tomorrow's matches:
    12.00 - Langenthal v. Segeltorp
    16.00 - Planegg-Würmtal v. Nizhniy Novgorod
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    Thanks for the links and the post, I appreciate it, I got a text from Hayley she said it was a good game even though they lost.

    Langenthal has a young team and I know their defense is still under development.
    It looks like that second line did most of the damage for SKIF

    Even with 34 shots Langenthal couldn't score so I am assuming they have a pretty good goalie.

    It will be interesting to see how the rest of the games pan out, If you get any more info I would appreciate your posting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachd View Post
    Langenthal has a young team and I know their defense is still under development.
    It looks like that second line did most of the damage for SKIF
    The four Finns of SKIF (Rantamäki, Voutilainen, Kovalainen, Hiirikoski) are all core/regular players in the Finnish national team which is (along with Sweden) clearly the strongest European national team. They'd probably all be in an all-star team based on all European-based female players. They should definitely be able to carry their team against most non-Finnish/Swedish teams. I'd like to know what kinds of stats they have in the Russian domestic league.
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    It looks like the second game was better for DHC but they lost to Segalthorp 3-2
    would like to see the stats from that game if any one comes across them.

    Skif is playing EFC as I write this so if Skif wins It looks like it will be them and Segalthrop with a 2 -0 record going into the final game which makes them to two top teams it appears.

    DHC is playing ESC in the last game I believe they played them in the fall and won so hopefully the girls from Langenthal can post at least one victory.

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    Having National team players on your squad certainly does help a club, and yes Finland and Sweden do have ng programs.

    I do think it is exciting to see that other clubs are working on building their programs and after looking at the number of female players that each country has available I can see that it is a struggle for some that do not have the bodies to build their teams.

    I was in Lagenthal last month and I was told that woman's hockey is still not that well received over their, why Not? any one care to elaborate..

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    lol espoo blues-herlev hornets 14-0!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shardik View Post
    The four Finns of SKIF (Rantamäki, Voutilainen, Kovalainen, Hiirikoski) are all core/regular players in the Finnish national team which is (along with Sweden) clearly the strongest European national team. They'd probably all be in an all-star team based on all European-based female players. They should definitely be able to carry their team against most non-Finnish/Swedish teams. I'd like to know what kinds of stats they have in the Russian domestic league.
    Rantamäki - 6 GP, 6+12=18 pts, 0 PIM
    Voutilainen - 9 GP, 10+8=18 pts, 2 PIM
    Kovalainen - 5 GP, 2+2=4 pts, 2 PIM
    Hiirikoski - 7 GP, 7+4=11 pts, 8 PIM

    SKIF is 12 games into the season. Voutilainen's 18 points puts her in second place on team points and six behind Oxana Tretyakova with 24 in 12 games. Rantamäki (3rd) and Sotikova (4th) also have 18 points and share the team lead in assists.

    Hiirikoski is the leading defensemen in goal scoring with 7 and three ahead of Anna Shchukina who leads defensive points with 4+11.

    Quote Originally Posted by coachd View Post
    Even with 34 shots Langenthal couldn't score so I am assuming they have a pretty good goalie.
    Aleksandrova has been on the Russian national team in the past. SKIF probably has the best overall corps of defensemen in Russia anyway, even without their Finns.
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    Back on topic, Day 2

    Group F

    ESC Planegg-Würmtal 1-8 SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod (1-2, 0-3, 0-3)
    Shots: 16-63, PIM: 30-6

    0:1, EQ 01.36 Yulia Deulina (Kati Kovalainen)
    1:1, EQ 05.14 Julia Zorn* (Monika Pink)
    1:2, EQ 14.40 Karoliina Rantamaki (Marjo Voutilainen)
    1:3, PP 32.42 Svetlana Terentieva (Tatiana Sotnikova, Alena Khomich)
    1:4, PP 35.37 Evgenia Tsoraeva (Viktoria Samarina)
    1:5, EQ 35.54 Karoliina Rantamaki (Marjo Voutilainen)
    1:6, EQ 54.01 Yulia Deulina (Evgenia Tsoraeva)
    1:7, EQ 59.19 Viktoria Samarina (Larisa Teplygina)
    1:8, EQ 59.38 Oxana Tretyakova (Svetlana Terentieva)
    * Not sure how accurate this goal is as Zorn is a goaltender.

    SKIF Roster
    GK: Nadezhda Aleksandrova
    L1: Alena Khomich - Alexandra Kapustina, Svetlana Terentieva - Tatiana Sotnikova - Oxana Tretyakova
    L2: Jenni Hiirikoski - Anna Shchukina, Olga Sosina - Marjo Voutilainen - Karoliina Rantamaki
    L3: Evgenia Tsoraeva - Larisa Teplygina, Kati Kovalainen - Viktoria Samarina - Yulia Deulina
    L4: Svetlana Tkacheva, Anastasia Smirnova, Elena Silina
    (Source: SKIF)

    DHC Lagenthal 2-3 Segeltorps IF (1-1, 1-1, 0-1)

    Tomorrow's matches:
    12.00 - Langenthal v. Planegg-Würmtal
    16.00 - Segeltorp v. Nizhniy Novgorod[/QUOTE]

    Day 1, Group E
    Aisulu Almaty 10-2 Herlev Hornets
    Slavia Prague 1-2 Blues Espoo
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    Quote Originally Posted by coachd View Post
    I was in Lagenthal last month and I was told that woman's hockey is still not that well received over their, why Not? any one care to elaborate..
    A major reason certainly is money: A womens' team only generates costs but no income for clubs. There are few spectators, thus no sponsors and even if a player should make it to the National team, the club has no benefit.

    So clubs rather support hockey schools for kids (i.e. boys) at a young age and keep up to 13 junior teams on all levels - because there is already a revenue when a player is developping to an NLB or NLA regular.

    And maintaining 15 teams with very limited ice available means to set priorities: The (ex-)womens' team in Zug had training hours from 22.30 - 23.30 or 5.30 - 6.30 every second week. For every hour more on the ice they had to move to nearby Seewen or Küssnacht - where the remainder of the team is based now.

    So it's no wonder best talents are leaving for Canada or USA to play college hockey, and well established players to the top-league in Sweden. On the other side budgets of most teams are too limited to fill this gap with players from Overseas or Scandinavia to nevertheless increase the level of competition.
    DHC Langenthal certainly is lucky to have 3 US-women helping them to develop their young team. Usually the quality of these foreign players is deciding also the Championship, unless you have almost the whole National team playing for you, like Zug 3 yrs ago.

    So obviously despite the quite successful National team and also good club team results, womens' hockey here is still not accepted as a "real sport", but rather as a hobby which no one can forbid them to like but also no one cares to support enough to make it more than this...

    But with more and more young talents going to Canada and the US early and profiting from more professional handling and infrastructure, chances are increasing that they might return and contribute to further development over here...

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    7/12/2008 Segeltorp, SWE 12:00 DHC Langenthal (SUI)- ESC Planegg/Würmtal 5:3
    7/12/2008 Segeltorp, SWE 16:00 Segeltorps IF (SWE) - SKIF (Russia) 1:5

    1 SKIF (Russia) 3 3 0 0 0 0 18:2 16 9
    2 Segeltorps IF (SWE) 3 2 0 0 0 1 10:10 0 6
    3 DHC Langenthal (SUI) 3 1 0 0 0 2 7:11 -4 3
    4 ESC Planegg/Würmtal 3 0 0 0 0 3 7:19 -12 0

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    Thank you for your comments Andi on some of the structure of women s ice hockey there.

    Like any sport, teams need to have a place to draw players from and the teams that are in place seem to be working on building, but is there a grass roots level of female hockey players that will be filling in the ranks as time goes on?

    This is where all sports must develop, at the base, if girls do not have a place or a team to play for as young girls then there will be less women to play on the older teams.

    I can only hope that as the players of the established teams become more visible and the National team and it's players progress that this will help attract younger girls to want to play ice hockey. This should help grow the game as we have seen here in the US.

    Money always is an issue and all of the players in the US start out paying their own way , eventually trying to get to a place where they can play at the highest level and perhaps not have to pay (like a scholarship to a University) But not all players who get to play college hockey get to play for free. As an added statistic only about .08% of female players here in the US get to play at the National / Olympic level.

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    Group E

    Day 2
    Herlev Hornets - Blues Espoo 0-14 (0-3,0-3,0-8)
    Aisulu Almaty - Slavia Prague 4-2 (1-1,2-0,1-1)

    Day 3
    Slavia Prague - Herlev Hornets 10-0 (3-0,2-0,5-0)
    Blues Espoo - Aisulu Almaty 4-0 (1-0,0-0,3-0)

    Final Standings
    Blues Espoo FIN 3 3 0 0 0 20-1 9
    Aisulu Almaty KAZ 3 2 0 0 1 14-8 6
    Slavia Prague CZE 3 1 0 0 2 13-6 3
    Herlev Hornets DEN 3 0 0 0 3 2-34 0


    Final Tournament

    Teams: Blues Espoo (FIN), SKIF Nizhny Novgorod (RUS), Segeltorps IF (SWE), Aisulu Almaty (KAZ)
    Date: January 30 - February 1
    Location: to be decided
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    Kazakhstan Aisulu Almaty, Finals Roster

    Goaltenders
    • 1 Anna Kossenko, 27.04.89
    • 20 Darya Obydennova, 18.11.90


    Defenders
    • 5 Galina Shu, 27.11.86
    • 10 Yelena Stelmaister, 15.09.77
    • 12 Viktoriya Mussatayeva, 25.04.81
    • 16 Olga Konysheva, 29.05.29.05.72
    • 18 Yuliya Chernukhina, 21.07.91
    • 21 Viktoriya Sazonova, 30.08.83
    • 22 Anastassiya Revina, 20.01.91
    • 28 Alena Fux, 01.05.87
    • 33 Xeniya Makarenko, 21.06.91


    Forwards
    • 3 Alexandra Babushkina, 19.02.86
    • 7 Lyubov Ibragimova, 05.05.84
    • 9 Olga Potapova, 16.12.76
    • 11 Galiya Nurgaliyeva, 27.01.92
    • 14 Larissa Sviridova, 23.09.85
    • 17 Olga Kryukova, 27.11.74
    • 19 Natalya Yakovchuk, 29.07.75
    • 23 Tatyana Koroleva, 29.03.86
    • 24 Albina Suprun, 28.03.88
    • 27 Aray Shegebayeva, 27.12.91
    • 77 Svetlana Vassina, 19.11.71


    Aisulu brings an all-Kazakhstan roster to Lohja, most of the roster having national team experience. Head coach Alexandr Maltsev will look to improve on last year's surprise 3rd place. Skaters to watch will be Olga Potapova, Yelena Stelmaister, and Natalya Yakovchuk. Expect young Darya Obydennova to carry the minutes in goal for the Kazakh champions.
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    Russia SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod, Finals Roster

    Goaltenders
    • 20 Alena Kropacheva, 13.07.92
    • 31 Nadezda Alexandrova, 03.01.86


    Defenders
    • 4 Evgenia Tsoraeva, 03.04.85
    • 5 Larisa Teplygina, 12.03.80
    • 6 Jenni Hiirikoski, 30.03.87
    • 7 Alena Khomich, 26.02.81 (A)
    • 8 Viktoria Samarina, 24.09.80 (C)
    • 10 Kati Kovalainen, 24.01.85
    • 21 Anna Shchukina, 05.11.87
    • 44 Alexandra Kapustina, 07.04.84


    Forwards
    • 9 Marjo Voutilainen, 22.03.81
    • 11 Karoliina Rantamaki, 23.02.78
    • 15 Elena Guslistaya, 19.07.90
    • 18 Olga Sosina, 27.07.92
    • 22 Yulia Deulina, 14.04.84
    • 23 Elena Silina, 20.06.87
    • 24 Tatiana Sotnikova, 20.01.81
    • 25 Olga Semenets, 12.08.87
    • 28 Svetlana Terenteva, 25.09.83
    • 33 Oxana Tretiyakova, 10.03.79 (A)
    • 34 Svetlana Tkacheva, 03.11.84


    The Russian champions failed to qualify for last year's EWCC final but expect a team that can play for the title in 2009. SKIF is lead by their four Finns Jenni Hiirikoski, Kati Kovalainen, Karoliina Rantamaki, and Marjo Voutilainen. As with Aisulu Almaty, many of the SKIF players have national team experience including goaltender Nadezda Alexandrova, who will likely see all the time in goal as Alena Kropacheva has only played against the weaker teams in the Russian championship.

    Players Not On Final EWCC Roster
    G 30 Ekaterina Shubnikova, 15.05.88
    D 12 Maria Pechnikova, 08.06.92
    D 14 Anna Gnedkova, 07.10.87
    F 2 Elvira Markova, 01.02.92
    F 7 Alina Kutumova, 01.05.92
    F 13 Nadezda Shiryaeva, 13.07.89
    F 16 Ekaterina Smirnova, 13.02.89
    F 17 Anastasia Smirnova, 01.01.86
    F 21 Evgenia Shutova, 06.11.93
    F 26 Maria Vasilieva, 04.08.91
    F 27 Natalya Pakhomova, 19.04.76
    F 29 Natalya Vorontsova, 08.07.95
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    Finland Blues Espoo, Finals Roster

    Goaltenders
    • 31 Sanna Mattila, 19.11.80
    • 41 Noora Raty, 20.05.89


    Defenders
    • 4 Kirsi Saarinen, 11.09.81
    • 5 Tea Villila, 16.04.91
    • 6 Mariia Posa, 21.02.88
    • 9 Terhi Mertanen, 04.04.81
    • 10 Emma Laaksonen, 17.12.81
    • 16 Essi Hallvar, 02.04.83
    • 22 Ninni Taskinen, 08.01.89


    Forwards
    • 7 Michelle Karvinen, 27.03.90
    • 8 Satu Tuominen, 19.11.85
    • 13 Piia Lallukka, 11.06.85
    • 15 Minnamari Tuominen, 26.06.90
    • 17 Christine Posa, 21.02.88
    • 18 Elisa Rytkonen, 05.01.91
    • 20 Oona Parviainen, 05.09.77
    • 21 Heli Romu, 04.01.71
    • 24 Hanna Sievers, 06.05.80
    • 26 Mia Sinkkonen, 09.10.86
    • 27 Annina Rajahuhta, 08.03.89


    Sami Haapanen's team comes in from crushing Group E by a 20-1 goal margin. The one to watch in a team comprised solely of Finns is dominant Danish-Finn Michelle Karvinen. Expect solid goaltending from Noora Raty for Blues. Unlike their male counterparts, this Espoo team has a solid opportunity to take a European club championship home.

    Not in Final EWCC Roster
    G 1 Emmi Sohlman, 26.05.88
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    Sweden Segeltorps IF, Finals Roster

    Goaltenders
    • 1 Annika Ferngren, 02.11.92
    • 30 Alexandra Kyobe, 09.06.91


    Defenders
    • 3 Anna Andersson, 28.01.82
    • 4 Birgitte Lersbryggen, 21.02.75
    • 14 Gunilla Andersson, 26.04.75
    • 16 Emma Agen Bjalvegard, 20.11.90
    • 18 Madeleine Siggelin Alstermark, 14.09.92
    • 27 Mie Berg Iversen, 28.03.87


    Forwards
    • 6 Annika Sundstrom, 28.09.82
    • 8 Erika Holst, 08.04.79
    • 9 Kristina Lundberg, 10.06.85
    • 10 Helene Martinsen, 09.10.85
    • 11 Line Bialik Olen, 08.11.86
    • 12 Jennie Lundmark, 30.09.82
    • 15 Carolynn Zidek, 13.06.85
    • 17 Ann-Louise Edstrand, 25.04.75
    • 19 Josefine Jakobsen, 17.05.91
    • 21 Jenny Lindqvist, 21.07.78
    • 22 Henriette Funch Oestergaard, 09.05.90
    • 29 Gunhild Stenberg, 29.01.85


    Bjorn Ferber brings the most internationally flavoured club to the EWCC Final with four nations represented; Segeltorps IF has eighteen Swedes, four Norwegians, two Danes, and an American on the long roster. The biggest names in the club are national team stalwarts Erika Holst and Gunilla Andersson. The Swedish champions have to continue the tradition of AIK Solna which took every EWCC crown for Sweden since the tournament's inception five years ago.

    Not in Final EWCC Roster
    F 2 Linn Hoog, 23.03.90
    F 5 Sarah Aberg, 06.06.91
    D 23 Sara Ridderlind, 30.06.84
    D 28 Ylva Lindberg, 29.06.76
    G 31 Lovisa Berndtsson, 09.12.88
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    Womens IHWC Day 1

    SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod 3-1 Segeltorps IF
    (1-1, 1-0, 1-0)
    Shots 30-21, PIM 6-20

    1:0 PP1 03:06 Jenni Hiirikoski
    1:1 EQ 08:21 Erika Holst
    2:1 EQ 20:34 Alexandra Kapustina (Oxana Tretyakova)
    3:1 PP1 49:10 Kati Kovalainen

    SKIF: Nadezda Alexandrova (20/21, 60:00)
    Segeltorp: Alexandra Kyobe (27/30, 59:33)
    Best Players: SKIF-Jenni Hiirikoski, Segeltorp-Gunilla Andersson


    Aisulu Almaty 2-4 Blues Espoo
    (1-2, 1-2, 0-0)
    Shots 19-53, PIM 4-8

    1:0 PP1 02:21 Olga Potapova (Viktoriya Mussatayeva)
    1:1 EQ 03:11 Michelle Karvinen (Piia Lallukka)
    1:2 EQ 12:30 Michelle Karvinen (Emma Laaksonen, Essi Hallvar)
    2:2 EQ 20:17 Natalya Yakovchuk (Viktoriya Sazonova)
    2:3 EQ 24:58 Ninni Taskinen (Mia Sinkkonen)
    2:4 EQ 25:34 Oona Parviainen (Satu Tuominen, Terhi Mertanen)

    Aisulu: Darya Obydennova (49/53, 60:00)
    Blues: Sanna Mattila (17/19, 60:00)
    Best Players: Aisulu-Natalya Yakovchuk, Blues-Satu Tuominen


    Standings
     TeamGP W OTWOTLLPTSGF:GA +/-
    1. Blues Espoo1 1 0 0 0 3 4:2 +2
    2. SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod1 1 0 0 0 3 3:1 +2
    3. Segeltorps IF1 0 0 0 1 0 1:3 -2
    4. Aisulu Almaty1 0 0 0 1 0 2:4 -2
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    Womens IHWC Day 2

    SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod 6-2 Aisulu Almaty
    (1-0, 2-1, 3-1)
    Shots 66-28, PIM 22-34

    1:0 PP1 04:02 Yulia Deulina (Larisa Teplygina)
    2:0 PP2 29:39 Jenni Hiirikoski (Kati Kovalainen)
    2:1 PP1 32:59 Natalya Yakovchuk (Viktoriya Sazonova, Alexandra Babushkina)
    3:1 EQ 39:54 Olga Semenets (Oxana Tretiyakova)
    4:1 PP1 45:05 Oxana Tretiyakova (Marjo Voutilainen, Alexandra Kapustina)
    5:1 EQ 48:12 Tatiana Sotnikova (Svetlana Terenteva)
    6:1 EQ 53:43 Anna Shchukina (Karoliina Rantamaki)
    6:2 EQ 55:24 Olga Potapova (Alena Fux)

    SKIF: Nadezda Alexandrova (26/28, 60:00)
    Aisulu: Darya Obydennova (60/66, 60:00)
    Best Players: SKIF-Oxana Tretiyakova, Aisulu-Olga Potapova


    Blues Espoo 1-7 Segeltorps IF
    (0-2, 0-3, 1-2)
    Shots 39-33, PIM 22-8

    0:1 PP1 04:01 Gunilla Andersson (Erika Holst, Josefine Jakobsen)
    0:2 PP1 09:00 Ann-Louise Edstrand (Line Bialik)
    0:3 PP1 20:55 Anna Andersson (Helene Martinsen, Josefine Jakobsen)
    0:4 EQ 21:14 Line Bialik (Ann-Louise Edstrand)
    0:5 EQ 27:54 Helene Martinsen (Josefine Jakobsen)
    0:6 EQ 40:17 Erika Holst (Josefine Jakobsen)
    1:6 SH1 49:38 Michelle Karvinen (Essi Hallvar, Emma Laaksonen)
    1:7 PP2 54:01 Erika Holst (Josefine Jakobsen)

    Blues: Sanna Mattila (12/15, 38:39)
    Blues: Noora Raty (14/18, 21:21)
    Segeltorp: Alexandra Kyobe (38/39, 60:00)
    Best Players: Blues-Michelle Karvinen, Segeltorp-Erika Holst


    Standings
     TeamGP W OTWOTLLPTSGF:GA +/-
    1. SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod2 2 0 0 0 6 9:3 +6
    2. Segeltorps IF2 1 0 0 1 3 8:4 +4
    3. Blues Espoo2 1 0 0 1 3 5:9 -4
    4. Aisulu Almaty2 0 0 0 2 0 4:10 -6
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    Segeltorps IF 3-0 Aisulu Almaty
    (2-0, 0-0, 1-0)
    Shots 43-16, PIM 12-14

    1:0 PP1 05:09 Josefine Jakobsen (Anna Andersson, Gunilla Andersson)
    2:0 EQ 17:30 Ann-Louise Edstrand (Line Bialik)
    3:0 EQ 54:30 Helene Martinsen

    Segeltorp: Alexandra Kyobe (16/16, 60:00)
    Aisulu: Darya Obydennova (40/43, 60:00)
    Best Players: Segeltorp-Helene Martinsen, Aisulu-Viktoriya Mussatayeva



    Blues Espoo 1-2 SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod
    (0-1, 0-1, 1-0)
    Shots 31-37, PIM 10-10

    0:1 PP1 18:22 Jenni Hiirikoski (Anna Shchukina)
    0:2 EQ 37:22 Marjo Voutilainen (Svetlana Terenteva)
    1:2 EQ 54:50 Piia Lallukka (Michelle Karvinen)

    Blues: Noora Raty (35/37, 59:09)
    SKIF: Nadezda Alexandrova (30/31, 60:00)
    Best Players: Blues-Minnamari Tuominen, SKIF-Alena Khomich


    Standings
     TeamGP W OTWOTLLPTSGF:GA +/-
    1. SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod3 3 0 0 0 9 11:4 +7
    2. Segeltorps IF3 2 0 0 1 6 11:4 +7
    3. Blues Espoo3 1 0 0 2 3 6:11 -5
    4. Aisulu Almaty3 0 0 0 3 0 4:13 -9

    SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod is the 2009 European Women's Champions Cup Winner.

    Best Players Selected by Directorate
    GK: Alexandra Kyobe, Segeltorps IF
    D: Jenni Hiirikoski, SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod
    F: Erika Holst, Segeltorps IF

    Best Players Selected by Coaches
    Aisulu Almaty: Natalya Yakovchuk, 19 F
    Blues Espoo: Michelle Karvinen, 7 F
    Segeltorps IF: Alexandra Kyobe, 30 G
    SKIF Nizhniy Novgorod: Alena Khomich, 7 D
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