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    Relegation Round; Game 4

    Switzerland - Denmark 2:1 (1:0, 1:0, 0:1)
    1:0 - 12.43 Dario Kummer (Diem, Studer)
    2:0 - 23.45 Xeno Busser (Rouiller, Zangger) PP1
    2:1 - 59.23 Oliver Bjorkstrand (Lauridsen) PP1
    PIM: 1x2+3x5x20 - 2x2+1x10+3x5x20 SOG: 37-23 Att: 351
    Goalkeepers: Melvin Nyffeler 22/23 - George Sorensen 35/37
    Refs: Maxim Sidorenko (BLR), Florian Zehetleitner (GER) Linesmen: Tommy George (USA), Tomas Pesek (CZE)
    SUI: Nyffeler Melvin; Lanzarotti Alessandro, Baltisberger Phil, Balmelli Lukas +A, Dunner Nico +A, Herzog Fabrice, Rouiller Anthony, Busser Xeno, Schmutz Flavio, Brandi Nicola, Zangger Sandro, Kreis Samuel +C, Sartori Riccardo, Schmutz Julian, Sieber Lukas, Muller Marco, Zuber Timon, Studer Thomas, Kummer Dario, Diem Ramon
    DEN: Sorensen George; Lyoe Rasmus, Hertzberg Sonny, Eller Mads, Bjorkstrand Oliver +A, Lauridsen Kristoffer +C, Uldall Bjorn, Illemann Marco +A, Aagaard Mikkel, Korsgaard Lasse, Asperup Matthias, Lindhoj Christoffer, Povlsen Magnus, Vedel Yannick, Gade Nikolai, Zorko Nikolaj, Larsen Mads, Brodersen Morten, Kristensen Emil, Mortensen Soren, Frederiksen Christopher

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    5th place match

    Russia - Germany 4:1 (0:1, 2:0, 2:0)
    0:1 - 15.49 Frederik Tiffels SH1
    1:1 - 24.15 Arseni Khatsei (Kuptsov)
    2:1 - 36.20 Arseni Khatsei(2)
    3:1 - 47.50 Valeri Nichushkin (Filippov, Delnov) PP1
    4:1 - 48.03 Andrei Mironov (Bereglazov, Slepyshev) PP1
    PIM: 4x2 - 4x2+1x5x20 SOG: 36-23 Att: 310
    Goalkeepers: Ivan Nalimov 22/23 - Marvin Cupper 32/36
    Refs: Daniel Konc (SVK), Mikael Sjoqvist (SWE) Linesmen: Scott Dalgleish (GBR), Emil Yletyinen (SWE)
    RUS: Nalimov Ivan; Mironov Andrei, Bereglazov Alexei +A, Slepyshev Anton +C, Yakimov Bogdan, Barabanov Alexander, Lisov Nikita, Zadorov Nikita, Filippov Alexei, Osnovin Vyacheslav +A, Nichushkin Valeri, Maslov Kirill, Malenkikh Yegor, Zharkov Danil, Kamayev Denis, Delnov Alexander, Gareyev Stanislav, Galin Damir, Kuptsov Sergei, Khatsei Arseni, Lebedev Alexander
    GER: Cupper Marvin; Bender Tim, Moser Janik, Kurth Marcel, Palausch Lennart +A, Tiffels Frederik, Quinlan Nicolai, Schmid Thomas, Herpich Kai +C, Ziegler Sven, Kaefer Raphael +A, Tiffels Dominik, Stephan Eric, Kahun Dominik, Draisaitl Leon, Eisenschmid Markus, Koberger Sebastian, Schwarz Andreas, Zientek Benjamin, Shevyrin Denis, Klopper Patrick

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    Draisaitl ends the tournament as the leading scoring German with 7pts (2+5). Been really impressed with him, that whole line actually with Kahun and Eisenschmid was probably the best line throughout the whole tournament for Germany. Draisaitl needs somebody to work on his skating, he looks so awkward at times but his vision, passing, shooting and hands are just outstanding, Kahun for a small guy isnt afraid to get into the corners and get the puck out, also dosnt hurt he has good speed. If those two continue the way their going (hopefully they get some play in Oberliga or 2.Bundesliga next season because they are too good for DNL) the Germans have two very productive stars coming up, would be great if they stayed together, fun to watch.

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    USA-SWE is going to be a good one..cant wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DHKStarkovs View Post
    Draisaitl ends the tournament as the leading scoring German with 7pts (2+5). Been really impressed with him, that whole line actually with Kahun and Eisenschmid was probably the best line throughout the whole tournament for Germany. Draisaitl needs somebody to work on his skating, he looks so awkward at times but his vision, passing, shooting and hands are just outstanding, Kahun for a small guy isnt afraid to get into the corners and get the puck out, also dosnt hurt he has good speed. If those two continue the way their going (hopefully they get some play in Oberliga or 2.Bundesliga next season because they are too good for DNL) the Germans have two very productive stars coming up, would be great if they stayed together, fun to watch.
    Yeah Draisaitl really looked pretty good here

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    Bronze medal match

    Finland - Canada 4:5/OT (0:2, 3:2, 1:0, 0:1)
    0:1 - 10.30 Hunter Shinkaruk (Dumba) PP1
    0:2 - 15.21 Sam Reinhart (Morrissey, Dumba) PP1
    1:2 - 20.47 Henrik Haapala (Lindell, Pokka)
    1:3 - 24.00 Hunter Shinkaruk(2) (Bourke)
    1:4 - 30.34 Brendan Gaunce (Laughton) SH1
    2:4 - 31.23 Artturi Lehkonen (Haapala, Ristolainen) PP1
    3:4 - 39.15 Henrik Haapala(2) (Lehkonen) PP1
    4:4 - 49.30 Rasmus Ristolainen (Haapala, Kulmala) PP1
    4:5 - 62.05 Hunter Shinkaruk(3) (Laughton, Dumba)
    PIM: 2x2 - 4x2+1x5x20 SOG: 33-38 Att: 1150
    Goalkeepers: Joonas Korpisalo 33/38 - Matt Murray 29/33
    Refs: Harry Dumas (USA), Jan Hribik (CZE) Linesmen: Tommy George (USA), Andreas Kohler (SUI)
    FIN: Korpisalo Joonas; Pokka Ville, Tikkinen Niklas, Barkov Aleksander, Ikonen Juusi, Teravainen Teuvo, Ristolainen Rasmus +A, Lindell Esa, Haapala Henrik, Kulmala Rasmus, Lehkonen Artturi +A, Lehtonen Mikko, Vainonen Mikko +C, Markkula Samu, Mustonen Aleksi, Ikonen Henri, Makinen Atte, Salminen Saku, Antonen Joose, Juutinen Janne
    CAN: Murray Matt; Nurse Darnell, Dumba Matt +C, Shinkaruk Hunter, Rychel Kerby +A, Bourke Troy, Pulock Ryan, Pelech Adam +A, Gaunce Brendan, Laughton Scott, Reinhart Sam, Severson Damon, Morrissy Josh, Winther Mike, Girard Felix, Smith Gemel, Steele Warren, Mantha Anthony, Troock Branden, Kosmachuk Scott, Carrier William

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    Ouch, USA up 4-0 after 2. Silver....again.

    6-0! my god...
    Last edited by Stolpskott; 22-04-2012 at 19:01.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stolpskott View Post
    Ouch, USA up 4-0 after 2. Silver....again.

    6-0! my god...
    Yep...it looks like another U18 title for the Americans.
    No wonder...the US always sends a very talented group that have been together the whole season.
    It's a tremendous competitive advantage over all others.
    Considering how the hastily assembled Canada's team is every year, with several top notch age
    group players unavailable because of the CHL/Memorial Cup playoffs, it's remarkable just how competitive Canada's representative always manages to be.
    Their 5-3 and 2-1 losses to Team USA were the Americans toughest games by far.

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    Gold medal match

    Sweden - United States 0:7 (0:1, 0:3, 0:3)
    0:1 - 18.45 Thomas Dipauli (Copp, Hartman)
    0:2 - 28.26 Daniel O'Regan
    0:3 - 32.47 JT Compher (Kerdiles, Jone)
    0:4 - 37.48 Nicolas Kerdiles
    0:5 - 40.18 Ryan Hartman (Kerdiles, O'Regan)
    0:6 - 47.53 Connor Carrick (Kerdiles)
    0:7 - 59.44 Nicolas Kerdiles(2) (Osterberg)
    PIM: 1x2 - 4x2 SOG: 27-45 Att: 2145
    Goalkeepers: Oscar Dansk 18/21 (Marcus Hogberg 20/24) - Collin Olson 27/27
    Refs: Roman Gofman (RUS), Pascal St. Jacques (CAN) Linesmen: Justin Hull (CAN), Vit Lederer (CZE)
    SWE: Dansk Oscar (27.13 Hogberg Marcus); Lindholm Hampus, Bystrom Ludwig, Forsberg Filip +C, Lindholm Elias +A, Burakowsky Andrew, Andersson Calle, Arnrresson Linus, Collberg Sebastian +A, Possler Gustav, Wennberg Alexander, Djoos Christian, Pettersson Jesper, Kalin Mattias, Sandberg Filip, Karlsson Erik, Nilsson Mattias, Nilsson Ludvig, Tornkvist Tobias, Brehmer Anton, de la Rose Jacob
    USA: Olson Collin; Jones Seth +C, Skjei Brady, O'Regan Daniel, Kerdiles Nicolas, Hartman Ryan, Trouba Jacon +A, Sieloff Pat +A, Barber Riley, Shore Quentin, Louis Anthony, Grzelcyk Matt, Carrick Connor, Compher JT, Vatrano Frank, Lane Matt, Butcher William, Osterberg Kyle, Dipauli Thomas, Darcy Cam, Copp Andrew

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    Table and rankings

    Relegation Standings
    RkClubGPWOTWOTLLGS:GATP
    1Switzerland 3 2 0 0 1 8:7 6
    2 Czech Republic 3 2 0 0 1 17:12 6
    3 Latvia3 1 0 1 1 11:13 4
    4 Denmark3 0 1 0 2 9:13 2

    RK Country
    1 United States
    2 Sweden
    3 Canada
    4 Finland
    5 Russia
    6 Germany
    7 Switzerland
    8 Czech Republic
    9 Latvia
    10 Denmark
    *Denmark is relegated to Division I Group A

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    Stats and Awards

      PlayerGPGAPTS
    1Matt Dumba75712
    T2Artturi Lehkonen77310
    -Henrik Haapala74610
    T4Rasmus Kulmala7549
    -Sebastian Collberg6459
    -Nicolas Kerdiles6459
    -Alexander Wennberg6369
    T8Kerby Rychel7538
    -Kristoffer Lauridsen5448
    -Gustav Possler6448

      PlayerGPGAASV%SO
    1Collin Olson50,8096,53
    2Oscar Dansk51,9893,71
    3Andrei Vasilevski52,2092,21
    4Matt Murray72,7290,90
    5George Sorensen53,9190,60

    Best players selected by Directorate
    GK: Collin Olson (USA)
    DF: Matt Dumba (CAN)
    FW: Filip Forsberg (SWE)

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    congrats USA on a another gold, too bad sweden had some form of meltdown, but thats how it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heatleysucks View Post
    Yep...it looks like another U18 title for the Americans.
    No wonder...the US always sends a very talented group that have been together the whole season.
    It's a tremendous competitive advantage over all others.
    Considering how the hastily assembled Canada's team is every year, with several top notch age
    group players unavailable because of the CHL/Memorial Cup playoffs, it's remarkable just how competitive Canada's representative always manages to be.
    Their 5-3 and 2-1 losses to Team USA were the Americans toughest games by far.
    The USNTDP has really paid off for us, yeah. It builds cohesion and bonds with the players, and you can really see how it pays off at the U-17 and U-18 levels.
    Twitter: @CSmeeth

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    Congratulations to USA on the gold. The game was close until that first goal was fumbled in. The Swedish boys seemed to lose their heads after the 2nd goal and it was all downhill from there...
    Cum bibam cervisia gaudeo.

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    CONGRATULATION to USA they really are a step ahead in junior program, I am real
    fan of their youth system and I wish the Swiss would take good example.


    This year's Swiss team was a deception. After game against the Russian, Bohren
    (Swiss Coach) said: Today we have seen a game between men and adolescents.
    The Swiss have the lowest (179cm)and lightest (76,64kg) of all ten teams of the
    tournament.How come Bohren chooses only lightweight technically skilled guys and
    does not put some weight into it, even if technically not as skilled.

    The games I saw on Onhockey.ru showed the deficiency of his choice.
    Quick, technically good, fast skaters but weak in the arms. Loosing corners,
    back-goal area and bands too systematically. On most brawls for a hidden puck the
    opponent came out winning.
    The big question is what is wrong in the program why do we STAGNATE at that
    level? How come we are so small and light? What is the nutrition program about
    and the Power and weight training doing wrong? OR IS ALFRED bOHREN responsible of
    not evaluating correctly this tournament. He must know the weight and size of
    other teams.
    We have to reevaluate now and draw consequences and most of all ACCELERATE the
    building of NATIONAL ICE HOCKEY CENTER in Winterthur where we will have 15-17
    years old academy teams of the best players in Land studying and practising, like
    the Americans have implemented in Ann Arbor. What is Gaydoul (Swiss hockey
    president) waiting for to give news and clear infos about his baby project? That is one of
    the reason he was voted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibizajp View Post
    CONGRATULATION to USA they really are a step ahead in junior program, I am real
    fan of their youth system and I wish the Swiss would take good example.


    This year's Swiss team was a deception. After game against the Russian, Bohren
    (Swiss Coach) said: Today we have seen a game between men and adolescents.
    The Swiss have the lowest (179cm)and lightest (76,64kg) of all ten teams of the
    tournament.How come Bohren chooses only lightweight technically skilled guys and
    does not put some weight into it, even if technically not as skilled.

    The games I saw on Onhockey.ru showed the deficiency of his choice.
    Quick, technically good, fast skaters but weak in the arms. Loosing corners,
    back-goal area and bands too systematically. On most brawls for a hidden puck the
    opponent came out winning.
    The big question is what is wrong in the program why do we STAGNATE at that
    level? How come we are so small and light? What is the nutrition program about
    and the Power and weight training doing wrong? OR IS ALFRED bOHREN responsible of
    not evaluating correctly this tournament. He must know the weight and size of
    other teams.
    We have to reevaluate now and draw consequences and most of all ACCELERATE the
    building of NATIONAL ICE HOCKEY CENTER in Winterthur where we will have 15-17
    years old academy teams of the best players in Land studying and practising, like
    the Americans have implemented in Ann Arbor. What is Gaydoul (Swiss hockey
    president) waiting for to give news and clear infos about his baby project? That is one of
    the reason he was voted.
    Maybe this was just a weak age group for swiss?

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