View Poll Results: Who will win the Continental Cup 1st Round

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  • Novi Sad (SER)

    4 28.57%
  • Dundalk Bull (IRL)

    4 28.57%
  • Mladost Zagreb (CRO)

    6 42.86%
  • Slavia Sofia (BUL)

    0 0%
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    Quote Originally Posted by jokke_wiberg View Post
    you really love to gamble and live on a thin line. such a hazardous prediction.
    I didn't consider it hazardous before the tournament, nor after the massive upset over Novi Sad.
    I don't consider this win an upset by Dundalk either.

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    Novi Sad won the decisive game against Mladost with stunning 4:1!

    I smell something fishy about this outcome, but will wait until I hear from the fellow forum member who watched the tournament in person.

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    Anybody have the stats from the bulls game

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    Sep. 21
    16:00
    Dundalk
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    Slavia
    6-4 (2-0, 2-3, 2-1)


    Referee: Dj. Fazekas, Linesmen: Perduv, T. Fazekas

    Spectators: 20

    Goals:
    10:40 Lukosevicius (Lubdda) 1-0.
    17:03 Hogberg (Tabb, PP) 2-0.
    21:29 Muhachov (PP) 2-1.
    32:51 Blanchard (Lubdda) 3-1.
    33:09 Lukosevicius 4-1.
    36:47 Slavov (Blagoev, Muhachov) 4-2.
    37:38 Hadzhitonev (PP2) 4-3.
    41:55 Wachowski (Kope) 5-3.
    48:47 Lukosevicius (PP) 6-3.
    51:13 Muhachov (Morgunov, SH) 6-4.

    PIM: 34-63 (8-8, 12-8, 14-47)

    SOG: 46-21 (15-7, 18-5, 13-9)

    Goalkeepers:
    Dundalk: Smith (17 saves, 4 GA)
    Slavia Sofia: Mihaylov (40 saves, 6 GA)



    Sep. 21
    19:00
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    Mladost
    4-1 (1-0, 3-0, 0-1)


    Referee: Stricker, Linesmen: Djuric, Ivanov

    Spectators: 400

    Goals:
    14:05 Zettler (Popravko) 1-0.
    34:54 Popravko (Zettler, Vucurevic) 2-0.
    35:14 Milosavljevic (Popravko, Mamic) 3-0.
    38:17 Popravko (Damjanovic, Zettler) 4-0.
    51:43 Kucera (Belic) 4-1.

    PIM: 14-16 (2-4, 6-2, 6-10)

    SOG: 40-53 (11-17, 13-19, 16-17)

    Goalkeepers:
    Novi Sad: Lukovic (52 saves, 1 GA)
    Mladost: Belic (36 saves, 4 GA)
    Soitten, korpein halki tarvon, aarnikankain aarteit etsin, ikihenki syömmehessäin', vuorten voima ranteissain!

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    Standings:
    1. Novi Sad 3/7 (12-8) *
    2. Mladost 3/6 (25-10)
    3. Dundalk 3/3 (12-21)
    4. Slavia 3/2 (11-21)
    Soitten, korpein halki tarvon, aarnikankain aarteit etsin, ikihenki syömmehessäin', vuorten voima ranteissain!

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    Did Zettler play in the first two games, or only the third?
    At this level of club hockey, it seems to me that if somebody's going to get 3 points in one game, he'll probably be scoring in the other two as well.

    Also, great show by the Novi Sad goalie, apparently.

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    my compliments to Novi SAD!!! Unexpected qualification, specially after 1st day defeat vs Slavia.
    Pity for very poor attendance also for decisive game...

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    A couple of shocking upsets this round (Slavia over Novi Sad, Novi Sad over Mladost).

    That's why all games have to be played on the ice............upsets can and do happen, and when a huge underdog wins, it's a very exciting thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    Did Zettler play in the first two games, or only the third?
    At this level of club hockey, it seems to me that if somebody's going to get 3 points in one game, he'll probably be scoring in the other two as well.
    he scored in second I think, probably "Kayl" how IIHF named him is Zettler exactly. There are more mistakes with names, for example Bulls guys - "Lubdda" or "Milosz" is Milosz Labudda and "Hogbers" is Hogberg. Shame on IIHF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davide View Post
    Unexpected qualification
    Unexpected for who? Congratulations to my fellow Novi Sad predictors; Dr. Pablo Ramirez, Steigs and tanman9...

    I'm very happy for Irish hockey. This was their first chance to compare themselves to other nations at club level, and I think that they must be happy with the result. They appear to have been a bit overawed in their first game, but even managed to keep their game against Novi Sad tight. Next year, I'd expect them to qualify out of this group with the extra development that they will naturally achieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steigs View Post
    Did Zettler play in the first two games, or only the third?
    At this level of club hockey, it seems to me that if somebody's going to get 3 points in one game, he'll probably be scoring in the other two as well.

    Also, great show by the Novi Sad goalie, apparently.
    for me, he was man of the match around with Popravko. Also, Nemanja Vucurevic(1991. born) played well with them in first line.

    All the best to Novi Sad in second round.
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