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    Sweden Women's EHT 4 Nations, 13.-15.2.2009 Segeltorp, Sweden

    Women's Euro Hockey Tour 2009

    2nd leg


    Teams

    • Finland
    • Germany
    • Russia
    • Sweden


    Schedule

    13.2.2009, 15:30, Finland - Germany
    13.2.2009, 19:00, Sweden - Russia
    14.2.2009, 13:30, Russia - Finland
    14.2.2009, 17:00, Sweden - Germany
    15.2.2009, 12:00, Germany - Russia
    15.2.2009, 15:30, Sweden - Finland


    EHT Standings after the First Leg
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    1 Finland3201020-58
    2 Sweden3200113-86
    3 Russia310028-233
    4 Germany301028-132
    "Lord Baelish, what you suggest is treason."
    "Only if we lose."

    A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

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    Finland

    Goalies: 30 Maija Hassinen (HPK), 31 Noora Räty (Blues)
    Defenders: 2 Vilma Tarvainen (Cats), 3 Emma Laaksonen (Blues), 4 Rosa Lindstedt (Ilves), 5 Mariia Posa (Blues), 6 Jenni Hiirikoski (SKIF, RUS), 10 Kati Kovalainen (SKIF, RUS), 19 Terhi Mertanen (Kärpät)
    Forwards: 8 Marjo Voutilainen (SKIF, RUS), 9 Venla Heikkilä (Ilves), 11 Susanna Niemelä (HPK), 12 Mari Saarinen (Ilves), 16 Piia Lallukka (Blues), 18 Nora Tallus (HPK), 21 Michelle Karvinen (Blues), 24 Tanja Niskanen (APV), 27 Anne Helin (Kärpät), 29 Karoliina Rantamäki (SKIF, RUS)
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    Germany

    Goalies: 22 Ivonne Schröder (EHC Jonsdorfer Falken), 27 Viona Harrer (TSV Erding)
    Defenders: 2 Jenny Tamas (ERV Schweinfurt), 9 Claudia Weltermann (Linköpings HC, SWE), 11 Britta Schröder (EC Bergkamen), 16 Carina Hoffmann (EV Regensburg), 18 Anja Weisser (ECDC Memmingen), 19 Christina Fellner (SC Riessersee), 23 Mona Pink (ESC Planegg-Würmtal), 29 Mona Pötzsch (EC Bergkamen)
    Forwards: 3 Sophie Kratzer (ERC Dorfen), 7 Nina Kamenik (OSC Berlin-Schöneberg), 8 Julia Zorn (EV Landsberg), 12 Susann Götz (OSC Berlin-Schöneberg), 15 Andrea Lanzl (???), 19 Anja Scheytt (OSC Berlin-Schöneberg), 24 Lisa Schuster (EHC Ravens Salzburg, AUT), 25 Franziska Busch (OSC Berlin-Schöneberg), 26 Monika Bittner (ESC Planegg-Würmtal), 28 Sarah Weyand (EHC Wesel 1990), 66 Bettina Evers (OSC Berlin-Schöneberg), 81 Maritta Becker (AIK IF, SWE)


    Russia

    Goalies: 1 Nadezhda Alexandrova (SKIF Nizhny Novgorod), 30 Irina Gashennikova (Tornado Moscow)
    Defenders: 3 Olga Permyakova (Tornado Moscow), 4 Anna Schukina (SKIF Nizhny Novgorod), 5 Kristina Petrovskaya (Tornado Moscow), 6 Inna Dyubanok (Tornado Moscow), 7 Alena Khomich (SKIF Nizhny Novgorod), 8 Alexandra Kapustina (SKIF Nizhny Novgorod), 9 Zoya Polunina (Lokomotiv Krasnoyarsk), 19 Olesya Fadeeva (Spartak-Merkury)
    Forwards: 11 Ekaterina Smolina (Tornado Moscow), 12 Oksana Tretiakova (SKIF Nizhny Novgorod), 13 Aleksandra Vafina (Fakel Chelyabinsk), 14 Marina Sergina (Tornado Moscow), 15 Tatiana Burina (Tornado Moscow), 16 Ekaterina Lebedeva (Spartak-Merkury), 17 Svetlana Terentieva (SKIF Nizhny Novgorod), 18 Tatiana Sotnikova (SKIF Nizhny Novgorod), 19 Galina Skiba (Tornado Moscow), 20 Olga Sosina (SKIF Nizhny Novgorod), 21 Ekaterina Ananina (Spartak-Merkury), 22 Elena Guslistaya (SKIF Nizhny Novgorod)

    Russia is made up heavily of players from two teams. SKIF has 9 players representing them and Tornado 8.


    Sweden

    Goalies: 1 Sara Grahn (Linköpings HC), 30 Valentina Lizana (AIK IF)
    Defenders: 3 Frida Nevalainen (MODO Hockey), 5 Johanna Fällman (MODO Hockey), 6 Therese Bergh (Linköpings HC), 15 Katarina Timglas (AIK IF), 17 Emma Nordin (MODO Hockey), 22 Emma Eliasson (Brynäs IF), 25 Gunilla Andersson (Segeltorps IF), 29 Chanette Svensson (Hanhals IF)
    Forwards: 7 Maria Rooth (AIK IF), 8 Erika Holst (Segeltorps IF), 9 Tina Enström (Linköpings HC), 11 Cecilia Östberg (Leksands IF), 12 Isabella Jordansson (AIK IF), 14 Angelica Lorsell (Brynäs IF), 18 Anna Borgqvist (Leksands IF), 19 Klara Myrén (Leksands IF), 24 Erika Grahm (MODO Hockey), 25 Frida Svedin-Thunström (MODO Hockey), 28 Danijela Rundqvist (AIK IF)
    "Lord Baelish, what you suggest is treason."
    "Only if we lose."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shardik View Post
    Russia is made up heavily of players from two teams. SKIF has 9 players representing them and Tornado 8.
    Plus 4 Finnish players from SKIF...

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    Day 1

    Finland - Germany 4-1 (2-0,1-1,1-0)
    07:25 1-0 Emma Laaksonen (Michelle Karvinen,Marjo Voutilainen) PP
    12:17 2-0 Michelle Karvinen (Emma Laaksonen,Marjo Voutilainen) PP
    32:55 3-0 Anne Helin
    33:50 3-1 Franziska Busch
    55:49 4-1 Karoliina Rantamäki (Michelle Karvinen,Emma Laaksonen)

    Goalies:
    Noora Räty FIN 4+9+7=20
    Ivonne Schröder GER 16+14+23=53

    Penalties: FIN 3x2 GER 5x2
    Att: 47

    Sweden - Russia 6-3 (2-2,2-1,2-0)
    01:32 0-1 Oksana Tretjakova
    06:42 1-1 Frida Svedin-Thunström (Erik Holst,Emma Nordin) PP
    08:26 1-2 Tatjana Burina (Galina Skiba) PP
    14:32 2-2 Erika Grahm (Isabella Jordansson,Anna Borgqvist)
    22:23 2-3 Tatjana Burina
    26:14 3-3 Erika Holst (Gunilla Andersson) PP
    32:41 4-3 Klara Myrén (Cecilia Östberg,Frida Svedin-Thunström) PP
    49:10 5-3 Isabella Jordansson (Emma Eliasson)
    59:22 6-3 Anna Borgqvist (Melinda Olsson)

    Goalies:
    Sara Grahn SWE 7+5+9=21
    Nadezhda Alexandrova RUS 9+13+8=30

    Penalties: SWE 5x2 RUS 6x2
    Att: 197
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    Day 2

    Russia - Finland 0-3 (0-1,0-2,0-0)
    13:18 0-1 Anne Helin (Venla Heikkilä,Rosa Lindstedt)
    30:21 0-2 Michelle Karvinen (Karoliina Rantamäki,Marjo Voutilainen)
    34:30 0-3 Michelle Karvinen (Emma Laaksonen)

    Goalies:
    Irina Gachennikova RUS 9+17+15=41
    Mira Kuisma FIN 0+9+3=12

    Penalties: RUS 5x2 FIN 2x2
    Att: 100

    Sweden - Germany 5-0 (4-0,1-0,0-0)
    03:22 1-0 Maria Rooth (Emma Nordin)
    05:38 2-0 Danijela Rundqvist
    15:26 3-0 Erika Uden-Johansson (Emma Eliasson) PP
    17:26 4-0 Danijela Rundqvist (Frida Svedin-Thunström)
    33:31 5-0 Maria Rooth (Katarina Timglas) PP

    Goalies:
    Valentina Lizana SWE 5+7+5=17
    Yvonne Schröder GER 13+0+0=13 (change 20:00/4-0)
    Viona Harrer GER 0+19+14=33

    Penalties: SWE 3x2 GER 8x2
    Att: 100

    Standings
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    1 Sweden2200011-36
    2 Finland220007-16
    3 Russia200023-90
    4 Germany200021-90

    Before the final day of this year's Women's EHT Finland leads the combined standings with 14 points, Sweden is second with 12 points.
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    I wonder why Germany's golaie Schröder got so much ice time; I thought that she was the 3rd goalie behind Harß and Harrer. The rationale could be, that Germay would have lost anyway against the Scandinavians, so that coach Kathan could try...

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    Day 3

    Germany - Russia 0-2 (0-1,0-1,0-0)
    10:55 0-1 Aleksandra Vafina (Alena Khomich) PP
    22:50 0-2 Aleksandra Vafina (Svetlana Terentjeva)

    Goalies:
    Viona Harrer GER 15+12+8=35
    Nadezhda Alexandrova RUS 10+13+7=30

    Penalties: GER 4x2 RUS 6x2
    Att: 128

    Sweden - Finland 1-2 (1-1,0-1,0-0)
    15:15 0-1 Jenni Hiirikoski (Michelle Karvinen,Karoliina Rantamäki)
    17:16 1-1 Isabella Jordansson (Maria Rooth,Katarina Timglas)
    24:44 1-2 Marjo Voutilainen (Piia Lallukka)

    Goalies:
    Sara Grahn SWE 14+7+11=32
    Noora Räty FIN 13+10+11=34

    Penalties: SWE 4x2 FIN 3x2
    Att: 428

    Final Standings
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    1 Finland330009-29
    2 Sweden3200112-56
    3 Russia310025-93
    4 Germany300031-110

    Final WEHT 2009 Standings
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    1 Finland6501029-716
    2 Sweden6400225-1312
    3 Russia6200413-326
    4 Germany601059-242

    Finland won the WEHT for the third time in a row.
    "Lord Baelish, what you suggest is treason."
    "Only if we lose."

    A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

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