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    Euro Hockey Tour 2004-5 - Summary



    The Euro Hockey Tour comprises four tournaments: Ceska Pojistovna Cup (formerly Pragabanka Cup or Zlin Tournament) in the Czech Republic, Karjala Cup in Finland, Baltika Cup (formerly Izvestia Cup) in Russia and Swedish Hockey Games in Sweden.
    The Four tournaments add up to the overall standings. Some of the individual tournaments used to allow other teams (usually Canada's Men's Team) into the schedule, but these games did not count in the overall EHT standings. Since 2003-4, only the four host nations - Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, and Sweden - have been allowed to participate. Also, starting with the 2003-4 season, the tournament ends with playoff games between #1 and #2, and between #3 and #4, in the overall standings.
    The winner count as the unofficial European Champion. In addition, the winner gets the biggest piece of the money prize (€120,000), namely €50,000, the runners up get €30,000, #3 claims €25,000, while #4 gets €15,000.

    Past winners:

    • 2004/2005:
    • 2003/2004:
    • 2002/2003:
    • 2001/2002:
    • 2000/2001:
    • 1999/2000:
    • 1998/1999:
    • 1997/1998:

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    Euro Hockey Tour 2004-5 - Playoffs

    Russia won the EHT 2004-5 and this was Russia first major victory of a senior hockey tournament since the World Championship in 1993.

    Final 1, 22 April 2005
    Globen Stockholm, Att: 8173
    Sweden - Russia 1-2 (0-0, 1-1, 0-1]
    01:49 Daniel Sedin (SWE), tripping, 2 min
    05:47 Alexander Ryazantsev (RUS), holding, 2 min
    12:09 Peter Nordström (SWE), tripping, 2 min
    17:00 Denis Kulyash (RUS) high-sticking, 2min
    21:36 Alexander Semin (RUS), hooking, 2 min
    22:52 Thomas Rhodin (SWE), hooking, 2 min
    22:52 Evgeny Malkin (RUS), unsportsmanlike conduct,2 min
    25:09 0-1 Ilya Kovalchuk (Semin)
    28:07 Sergei Vyshedkevich (RUS), tripping, 2 min
    30:59 1-1 Henrik Sedin (D. Sedin)
    46:35 Johan Franzen (SWE), holding the stick, 2 min
    50:49 1-2 Evgeny Malkin (Ovechkin)
    52:23 Per-Johan Axelsson (SWE), roughing, 2 min
    52:23 Sergei Zinovjev (RUS), interference, 2 min
    59:25 Pavel Datsyuk (RUS), hooking, 2 min
    SWE 5x2, RUS 7x2, SOG 28:34 (10:9, 11:15, 7:10)
    Ref: Vladimir Sindler (CZE)
    Best players:
    Sweden: Daniel Sedin
    RUS: Evgeny Malkin

    Final 2, 24 April 2005
    Luzhniki Minor Arena, Moscow Att: 8,100
    Russia - Sweden 5-2 (2-2, 2-0, 1-0)
    03:04 Evgeny Malkin (RUS), hooking, 2 min
    05:54 0-1 Niklas Kronwall
    08:33 Yared Hagos (RUS), hooking, 2 min
    12:26 Peter Nordström (SWE), high-sticking, 2 min
    12:53 1-1 Alex Kovalev (Vyshedkevich) PP1
    13:47 1-2 Johan Franzen (Hagos)
    16:44 2-2 Viktor Kozlov (Yashin
    19:59 Samuel Påhlsson (SWE), hooking, 2 min
    26:09 3-2 Ilya Kovalchuk (V. Kozlov)
    32:04 4-2 Alexander Ovechkin (Afinogenov)
    35:44 Mikael Samuelsson (SWE), roughing, 2 min
    35:44 Alex Kovalev (RUS), roughing 2+2 min
    36:47 Samuel Påhlsson (SWE), crosschecking, 2 min
    36:47 Per-Johan Axelsson (SWE), misconduct, 10 min
    41:46 5-2 Alexander Semin (V. Kozlov, Yashin)
    44:00 Alex Kovalev (RUS), hooking, 2 min
    46:38 Sergei Vishedkevich (RUS), interference, 2 min
    46:38 Daniel Alfredsson (SWE), cross-checking, 2 min
    48:07 Ronnie Sundin (SWE), interference, 2 min
    57:14 Daniel Sedin (SWE), tripping, 2 min
    RUS 5x2, SWE 8x2 + 1x10
    Ref: Jyrki Rönn, Finland

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    I think Slovakia must take part in this tournament, too. Hope it will in future! :023:

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozo
    I think Slovakia must take part in this tournament, too. Hope it will in future! :023:
    The 4 countries have just signed another long agreement (4 years) to hold this tournament, so it won't happen any time soon. I think one of the problems is that 5 teams is an akward number to try and organise over a 3-4 day tournament.

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    No offense, but I think Slovakia can't compete with these four teams on European level. All their stars are in the NHL and their players in Europe aren't anything special.

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    Any information about the EHT next season? Dates, Locations, Schedules? What about the Sweden Hockey Games which take place every february. Next season there are olympics too in february.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Betterman
    Any information about the EHT next season? Dates, Locations, Schedules? What about the Sweden Hockey Games which take place every february. Next season there are olympics too in february.
    The only thing I know is that the federations have talked about it in Vienna. Nothing yet on the Swedish federation's site, but maybe I can dig something up.

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    According to the Finnish Ice Hockey Association the schedule for EHT is as follows:

    Ceska Pojistovna Cup, 1.-4.9.2005, Czech Republic
    1.9.2005 RUS-SWE (in Moscow)
    1.9.2005 CZE-FIN
    3.9.2005 FIN-RUS
    3.9.2005 CZE-SWE
    4.9.2005 SWE-FIN
    4.9.2005 CZE-RUS

    Karjala-turnaus, 10.-13.11.2005, Helsinki
    10.11.2005 SWE-CZE (in Sweden)
    10.11.2005 FIN-RUS
    12.11.2005 RUS-SWE
    12.11.2005 CZE-FIN
    13.11.2005 CZE-RUS
    13.11.2005 FIN-SWE

    Rosno Cup, 15.-18.12.2005, Russia
    15.12.2005 CZE-FIN (in Czech Rep.)
    15.12.2005 RUS-SWE
    17.12.2005 SWE-CZE
    17.12.2005 RUS-FIN
    18.12.2005 FIN-SWE
    18.12.2005 RUS-CZE

    Sweden Hockey Games, 26.-29.4.2006, Sweden
    26.4.2006 FIN-RUS (in Helsinki)
    26.4.2006 SWE-CZE
    28.4.2006 CZE-FIN
    28.4.2006 SWE-RUS
    29.4.2006 RUS-CZE
    29.4.2006 SWE-FIN

    Euro Hockey Tour finals, 1.5.2006, Sweden
    Last edited by Tigger; 19-05-2005 at 21:34.

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    SHG seem to be very late. When are the Worlds?

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    Also, any reason the 3rd international break isn't being used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham
    Also, any reason the 3rd international break isn't being used?

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    My guess would be the Olympics in Turino..

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    wrong guess on my part...

    I just checked, the 4th International Breakis from February 6 to 12, 2006, and the Olympic hockey tournament is from Feb 15th to the 26th...

    might just be the logistics of the two sets of dates being so close....?

    http://www.internationalhockeygang.o...84&postcount=3

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    I thought they may have used it for their warm-up games. But, I guess that 3 games in 4 days is probably just too many before the Olympics...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pihinalle
    SHG seem to be very late. When are the Worlds?
    Due to the OG the Worlds are held a week later than usual, 6.-21.5.2006. It seems that hockey is becoming summer sports. :003:

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    Liberec will host this year's Ceska Pojistovna cup.

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