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    Olympics 1984 Olympic Summaries

    I will begin to contribute the 1984 Olympic Summaries over the next
    week. Some of the summaries are missing data, such as assists
    on day one, SOG and goalies. Most all of the summaries are missing
    goalie breakdowns when more than one goalie was used. If anyone
    has the information needed please let me know, so I can update
    the summary. These missing pieces of data are generally limited
    to the first day of competition, however any sum that is missing
    something will be noted at posting time. I would like to thank
    Svetovy Poharu and Jukka Ruskeeahde for there help in filling
    in the pieces that were missing prior to this posting.

    Enjoy!

    David Martinez
    Please help.

    At the U19/U18 Level
    1969 EJC Pool A
    1969 EJC Pool B
    1970 EJC Pool B
    1971 EJC Pool A
    and more!

    At the U20 Level
    1994 WJC Pool C
    1995 WJC Pool B
    1995 WJC Pool D
    1996 WJC Pool B
    1996 WJC Pool D
    1997 WJC Pool B
    1997 WJC Pool C
    2000 WJC Pool B
    2000 WJC Pool D
    2001 WJC Div 2

    Games sums, final documentation.

    What do you need?

    Thank you!

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    1984 Olympic Summaries, Day 1

    Day one, February 7th 1984

    Austria vs Finland

    Finland 4, Austria 3
    1st Period
    Goals
    17:24 FIN Mätitalo (Laine)
    Penalties
    00:41 AUT Lebler
    05:55 FIN Lehtonen
    06:55 AUT Konig
    10:54 AUT Petrik
    10:54 FIN Saarinen

    2nd Period
    Goals
    12:51 FIN Melametsa (Laine)
    17:03 FIN Skriko (unassisted)
    17:54 AUT Konig (Pok)pp
    Penalties
    07:56 FIN Siren
    09:28 AUT Konig
    16:19 FIN Saarinen
    18:49 FIN Laine

    3rd Period
    Goals
    02:03 AUT Cijan (unassisted)
    06:03 FIN Javanainen (Helminen)
    12:30 AUT Konig (Cunningham,Greenbank)
    Penalties
    00:57 FIN Jutila
    04:59 AUT Cijan
    05:45 FIN Skriko
    08:39 FIN Tuohimaa (double minor)
    08:39 AUT Greenbank

    Goalies:
    AUT Rudman
    FIN Takko

    SOG: AUT 29, FIN 31

    Goals by Period
    AUT 0 1 2 -3
    FIN 1 2 1 -4
    ------------------------------------------------------
    February 7th 1984

    United States vs Canada

    Canada 4, United State 2

    1st Period
    Goals
    00:22 CAN Flatley (Wilson)
    10:10 USA DA Jensen (Olczyk, DH Jensen)
    12:02 CAN Wilson 1 (Daigneault)pp
    Penalties
    05:05 CAN Donnelly
    10:36 USA Iafrate

    2nd Period
    Goals
    02:12 CAN Wilson (Flatley, Lowe)
    13:54 USA DA Jensen (Lafontaine,Olczyk) pp
    Penalties
    08:18 USA Chelios
    08:53 CAN Flatley
    11:57 CAN Gagner
    16:41 USA Hirsch

    3rd Period
    Goals
    09:19 CAN Wilson (Wood)
    Penalties
    16:10 CAN Bartel
    16:10 USA Guay

    Goalies:
    CAN Gosselin
    USA Behrend

    SOG: CAN 38, USA 39

    Goals by Period
    CAN 2 1 1 -4
    USA 1 1 0 -2
    -------------------------------------------------------
    February 7th 1984

    Italy vs Sweden

    Sweden 11, Italy 3

    1st Period
    Goals
    06:35 SWE Sodergren (unassisted)
    08:50 ITA Mair (Pavlu,Migliore)
    19:50 SWE Ericsson (Thelvén)
    Penalties
    12:20 SWE Sandstrom
    12:20 ITA Ciarcia
    18:15 ITA Milani
    18:15 SWE Sodergren

    2nd Period
    Goals
    11:04 SWE Gradin (unassisted)
    14:32 ITA Milani (Priondolo,Goegan)
    17:42 SWE Ohling (Gradin)
    18:54 ITA Goegan (Priondolo,Bellio)
    19:54 SWE P.E. Eklund (Gradin,Öhling)
    Penalties
    00:39 ITA Goegan
    00:39 SWE Rundqvist
    01:06 SWE Gradin
    01:06 ITA Tomassoni
    04:40 ITA Migliori
    13:38 SWE Thelven

    3rd Period
    Goals
    04:56 SWE Eriksson (Södergren,Mörth)
    08:22 SWE Ohling (P-E Eklund,Gradin)
    08:55 SWE Waltin (Hjälm)
    10:45 SWE Thelvén (Öhling,P-E Eklund)
    14:25 SWE Gradin (Thelvén)
    18:20 SWE Sodergren (Lindblom,Nordin)
    Penalties
    02:01 SWE Hjalm
    11:57 SWE Morth

    Goalies:
    SWE Riddervall( 40 MP, 3 GA),Walitalo(20 MP, 0 GA)
    ITA Capone

    SOG: SWE 44, ITA 26

    Goals by Period
    SWE 2 3 6 -11
    ITA 1 2 0 - 3
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 7th 1984

    Czechoslovkia vs Norway

    Czechoslovkia 10, Norway 4

    1st Period
    Goals
    09:56 TCH Pasek (unassisted)
    15:55 TCH Lukac (Richter)
    Penalties
    14:03 NOR Skaare
    17:14 TCH Rusnak

    2nd Period
    Goals
    03:03 TCH Caldr (Pasek)
    04:21 TCH Ruzicka (Richter)
    07:24 TCH Lukac (unassisted)
    10:40 NOR Lovdal (unassisted)
    11:11 TCH Lukac (Rusnak)
    15:24 TCH Hrdina (Ruzicka)
    17:39 NOR Thoresen (unassisted)
    Penalties
    14:51 NOR Losamoen
    17:48 NOR Myhre

    3rd Period
    Goals
    01:29 NOR Andersen (Myhre)
    03:55 TCH Kadlec (unassisted)
    06:46 TCH Svoboda (Rusnak)
    07:18 NOR Lien (Skaare)
    09:53 TCH Hrdina (Horava)
    Penalties
    10:04 TCH Benak

    Goalies:
    TCH Sindel
    NOR Marthinsen(50 Shots, 7 GA, 40 Min),Goldstein (16 Shots 3 GA, 20 Min)

    SOG: TCH 66, NOR 25 (tch could be 39)

    Goals by Period
    TCH 2 5 3 -10
    NOR 0 2 2 - 4
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 7th 1984

    West Germany vs Yugoslavia

    West Germany 8, Yugoslavia 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    00:59 YUG Besic (unassisted)
    11:54 FRG Kuhnhackl (Kiessling)
    Penalties
    01:18 YUG Kovac
    05:38 YUG Mlinarec
    16:43 FRG Kiessling
    16:43 YUG Besic

    2nd Period
    Goals
    02:18 FRG Wolf (Niederberger)
    06:58 FRG Kuhnhackl (Steiger)
    11:37 FRG Kuhnhackl (Steiger)
    17:57 FRG Hiemer (Kuhnhackl)
    Penalties
    03:25 FRG Steiger
    14:24 FRG Steiger
    16:46 FRG Niederberger

    3rd Period
    Goals
    09:23 FRG Kuhl (unassisted)
    11:33 FRG Kreis (Reindl)
    17:05 FRG Berndaner (Roedger)
    Penalties
    05:59 YUG Mlinarec
    05:59 FRG Kreis
    17:47 FRG Scharf

    Goalies:
    FRG Friesen
    YUG Pretnar

    SOG: FRG 59, YUG 26

    Goals by Period
    FRG 1 4 3 -8
    YUG 1 0 0 -1
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 7th 1984

    USSR vs Poland

    USSR 12, Poland 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    02:43 URS Tumenev (Drozdetsky, Kozhevnikov)
    05:39 URS Shepelev (Khomutov, Gerasimov)
    08:24 URS Kovin (Vasilev, Skvortsov)
    11:18 POL Sikorski (unassisted)
    Penalties
    00:57 POL Gruth

    2nd Period
    Goals
    02:12 URS Vasilev (Shepelev)
    07:43 URS Gerasimov (Kozhevnikov)
    08:33 URS Drozdetsky (Gumenev)
    18:15 URS Kozhevnikov (Tumenev, Kasatonov)
    Penalties
    14:59 URS Vasilev
    17:14 POL Chowaniec

    3rd Period
    Goals
    03:20 URS Shepelev (Gerasimov)
    06:36 URS Makarov (Pervukhin)
    10:06 URS Drozdetsky (Tumenev)
    12:51 URS Skvortsov (Kovin)
    19:00 URS Kovin (unassisted)
    Penalties
    19:53 URS Kovin

    Goalies:
    URS Tretiak
    POL Olszewski, Samolej (Minutes, SOG, GA ?)

    SOG: URS 75, POL 21

    Goals by Period
    URS 3 4 5 -12
    POL 1 0 0 - 1
    --------------------------------------------------
    Day One Standings
    Group A
    USSR.............1W - 0T - 0L - 2PTS - 12GF - 1GA
    Sweden...........1W - 0T - 0L - 2PTS - 11GF - 3GA
    West Germany.....1W - 0T - 0L - 2PTS - 8GF - 1GA
    Italy............0W - 0T - 1L - 0PTS - 3GF -11GA
    Yugoslavia.......0W - 0T - 1L - 0PTS - 1GF - 8GA
    Poland...........0W - 0T - 1L - 0PTS - 1GF -12GA

    Group B
    Czechoslovakia...1W - 0T - 0L - 2PTS - 10GF - 4GA
    Canada...........1W - 0T - 0L - 2PTS - 4GF - 2GA
    Finland..........1W - 0T - 0L - 2PTS - 4GF - 3GA
    Austria..........0W - 0T - 1L - 0PTS - 3GF - 4GA
    United States....0W - 0T - 1L - 0PTS - 2GF - 4GA
    Norway...........0W - 0T - 1L - 0PTS - 4GF -10GA
    -------------------------------------------------
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    Day Two
    February 9th 1984

    Poland vs West Germany

    West Germany 8, Poland 5

    1st Period
    Goals
    04:49 FRG Berdnaner (Reindl)
    08:45 POL Zabawa (Gruth)
    15:10 POL Christ (unassisted)
    19:10 FRG Reindl (Hofner)
    Penalties
    01:44 POL Pytel
    02:14 FRG Hegan
    07:04 FRG Hofner

    2nd Period
    Goals
    08:22 FRG Betz (Kuhnhackl)
    15:02 POL Nowak (Klocek)
    16:13 FRG Kuhnhackl (Reindl)
    17:40 FRG Steiger (unassisted)
    Penalties
    04:38 FRG Steiger
    06:51 POL Nowak
    11:01 FRG Truntschka
    11:01 FRG Cholewa
    14:15 FRG Steiger
    15:09 POL Synowiec

    3rd Period
    Goals
    00:44 FRG Hofner (unassisted)
    11:38 FRG Roedger (Scharf)
    12:06 POL Piecko (Christ)
    16:34 FRG Roedger (unassisted)
    17:59 POL Jobczyk (Zabawa)
    Penalties
    01:54 FRG Roedger
    08:08 POL Gruth
    12:47 FRG Reindl
    15:45 FRG Truntschka

    Goalies:
    FRG Engelbrecht
    POL Olszewski

    SOG: FRG 62, POL 19

    Goals by Period
    FRG 2 3 3 -8
    POL 2 1 2 -5
    -------------------------------------------------
    February 9th 1984

    Soviet Union vs Italy

    Soviet Union 5, Italy 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    03:11 URS Vasilev (Fetisov)
    03:40 URS Drozdetsky (Stelnov)
    08:17 URS Makarov (Fetisov)
    19:00 URS Bilyaletdinov 1 (Skvortsov)
    Penalties
    06:45 ITA Ciarcia
    17:02 ITA Ciarcia

    2nd Period
    Goals
    05:59 ITA Tomassoni (Milani)
    19:47 URS Drozdetsky (unassisted)
    Penalties
    17:16 ITA Gasser
    19:10 URS Krutov

    3rd Period
    Goals
    None
    Penalties
    03:32 ITA Bellio
    10:20 URS Vasilev
    13:49 URS Tumenev

    Goalies:
    URS Myshkin
    ITA Capone

    SOG: URS 66, ITA 18

    Goals by Period
    URS 4 1 0 -5
    ITA 0 1 0 -1
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 9th 1984

    Sweden vs Yugoslavia

    Sweden 11, Yugoslavia 0

    1st Period
    Goals
    06:04 SWE Ohling (Gradin)
    10:32 SWE Waltin (unassisted)
    12:23 SWE P.Eklund (Thelin)
    17:24 SWE Gradin (unassisted)SH
    Penalties
    16:19 SWE Nordin

    2nd Period
    Goals
    00:37 SWE Ahlen (Rundqvist)
    Penalties
    02:40 SWE Sodergren
    02:40 YUG Mlinarec
    05:10 YUG Scap

    3rd Period
    Goals
    04:45 SWE Eriksson (Nordin,Sodergren)PP
    12:18 SWE Ahlen (Waltin)
    14:16 SWE Gradin (Thelven)
    15:50 SWE Eriksson (Nordin)
    19:16 SWE Rundqvist (Sandstrom,Waltin)
    19:30 SWE Sandstrom (Waltin, Ahlen) SH
    Penalties
    01:36 YUG Lomovšek
    04:15 YUG Pajic
    17:04 SWE Hjalm
    19:04 YUG Lomovšek
    19:04 SWE Thelven

    Goalies:
    SWE Ridderwall
    YUG Pretnar

    SOG: SWE 63, YUG 22

    Goals by Period
    SWE 4 1 6 -11
    YUG 0 0 0 - 0
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 9th 1984

    Canada vs Austria

    Canada 8, Austria 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    03:00 CAN Donnelly (Patrick)
    11:54 CAN Muller (Daignault,Wilson)PP
    Penalties
    06:49 CAN Driver
    10:30 AUT Cunningham
    13:45 CAN Redmond
    17:20 AUT Raffl

    2nd Period
    Goals
    00:13 CAN Muller (Patrick,Donnelly)
    03:58 CAN Flately (Lidster,Wilson)
    13:40 CAN Tippett (Donnelly)
    14:47 CAN Wilson (Flately)
    Penalties
    07:56 CAN Wilson
    07:56 AUT Sivec
    16:53 AUT Konig
    19:03 CAN Patrick

    3rd Period
    Goals
    00:20 AUT Lebler (unassisted)
    09:34 CAN Gagner (Daignault)
    15:47 CAN Redmond (Lowe,Bartel)
    Penalties
    05:43 CAN Gagner
    11:48 CAN Donnelly
    16:17 AUT Hutz
    16:17 CAN Dineen
    18:52 CAN Dineen

    Goalies:
    CAN Gosselin (40 Min, 0 GA, 11 SV), Eliot (20 Min, 1 GA, 8 SV)
    AUT Rudman

    SOG: CAN 43, AUT 20

    Goals by Period
    CAN 2 4 2 -8
    AUT 0 0 1 -1

    --------------------------------------------------
    February 9th 1984

    Finland vs Norway

    Finland 16, Norway 2

    1st Period
    Goals
    03:38 FIN Melametsa (Tuohimaa)
    04:49 FIN Javanainen (Letho)
    09:08 FIN Jalo (Skriko)
    11:42 FIN Striko (Jalo)
    18:47 FIN Summanen (unassisted)
    Penalties
    06:04 NOR Foyn
    06:04 FIN Saarinen
    14:07 FIN Ruotanen DM
    14:07 NOR Myhre DM

    2nd Period
    Goals
    03:15 FIN Summanen (Ruotanen)
    05:43 NOR Kristiansen (Lovdal)PP
    07:14 FIN Saarinen (Makitalo)
    10:57 FIN P.Lehto (Summanen)PP
    15:30 FIN Makitalo (Laine,Ruotanen)
    16:18 FIN Skriko (Lehto, Summanen) which Lehto
    18:30 FIN P.Lehto (Skriko)
    Penalties
    03:41 NOR Jarlsbo
    04:16 FIN Saarinen
    06:06 NOR Myhre
    06:06 FIN Lehtonen
    06:06 FIN Melametsa
    06:06 NOR Foyn
    07:50 NOR Kristiansen DM
    07:50 FIN Saarinen
    08:24 NOR Abrahamsen
    08:24 FIN Javanainen
    11:30 FIN Javanainen
    13:19 NOR Andersen
    18:04 FIN Tuohimaa
    18:04 NOR Foyn

    3rd Period
    Goals
    02:07 FIN Skriko (unassisted)
    08:09 FIN Sirvio (Tuohimaa)
    14:38 FIN Sirvio (Siren,Javanainen)PP
    17:06 FIN Sirvio (Helminen)
    17:35 FIN Tuohimaa (unassisted)
    17:49 NOR Andersen (Kristiansen)
    Penalties
    13:56 NOR Johansen

    Goalies:
    FIN Valtonen
    NOR Marthinsen, Goldstein

    SOG: FIN 57, NOR 22

    Goals by Period
    FIN 5 6 5 -16
    NOR 0 1 1 - 2
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 9th 1984

    Czechoslovakia vs United States

    Czechoslovakia 4, United States 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    12:23 TCH Liba (Rusnak)
    14:28 USA Kumpel (unassisted)
    17:47 TCH Lukác (Rusnak)PP
    Penalties
    05:45 USA Brooke
    08:10 TCH Kyhos
    12:01 TCH Korbele
    12:44 USA Hirsch
    16:21 USA DH Jensen

    2nd Period
    Goals
    00:50 TCH Rusnak (Lukác)PP
    Penalties
    00:27 USA Chelios
    04:07 TCH Hrdina
    06:53 USA Chelios
    07:49 TCH Kyhos
    11:12 USA M.Fusco
    14:42 USA Brooke
    18:55 TCH Rusnak
    18:55 USA Chelios

    3rd Period
    Goals
    01:17 TCH Liba (Rusnak)
    Penalties
    06:21 USA M.Fusco
    13:53 TCH Svoboda
    14:11 TCH Korbele
    19:58 USA Bjugstad

    Goalies:
    TCH Sindel
    USA Behrend

    SOG: TCH 31, USA 32

    Goals by Period
    TCH 2 1 1 -4
    USA 1 0 0 -1
    --------------------------------------------------
    Day Two Standings
    Group A
    Sweden...........2W - 0T - 0L - 4PTS - 22GF - 3GA
    USSR.............2W - 0T - 0L - 4PTS - 17GF - 2GA
    West Germany.....2W - 0T - 0L - 4PTS - 16GF - 6GA
    Poland...........0W - 0T - 2L - 0PTS - 6GF -20GA
    Italy............0W - 0T - 2L - 0PTS - 4GF -16GA
    Yugoslavia.......0W - 0T - 2L - 0PTS - 1GF -19GA

    Group B
    Finland..........2W - 0T - 0L - 4PTS - 20GF - 5GA
    Czechoslovakia...2W - 0T - 0L - 4PTS - 14GF - 5GA
    Canada...........2W - 0T - 0L - 4PTS - 12GF - 3GA
    Norway...........0W - 0T - 2L - 0PTS - 6GF -26GA
    Austria..........0W - 0T - 2L - 0PTS - 4GF -12GA
    United States....0W - 0T - 2L - 0PTS - 3GF - 8GA
    --------------------------------------------------
    Please help.

    At the U19/U18 Level
    1969 EJC Pool A
    1969 EJC Pool B
    1970 EJC Pool B
    1971 EJC Pool A
    and more!

    At the U20 Level
    1994 WJC Pool C
    1995 WJC Pool B
    1995 WJC Pool D
    1996 WJC Pool B
    1996 WJC Pool D
    1997 WJC Pool B
    1997 WJC Pool C
    2000 WJC Pool B
    2000 WJC Pool D
    2001 WJC Div 2

    Games sums, final documentation.

    What do you need?

    Thank you!

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    Day Three

    Day Three
    February 11th 1984

    Italy vs Poland

    Italy 6, Poland 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    12:17 POL Christ (Piecko)
    Penalties
    01:05 POL Stopczyk

    2nd Period
    Goals
    03:49 ITA Pavlu (Mair)
    07:52 ITA Bellio (Farelli)
    09:54 ITA Goegan (Tomassoni)
    13:13 ITA Kasslatter (Farelli)
    Penalties
    None

    3rd Peiod
    Goals
    02:37 ITA Pavlu (Mair)
    10:01 ITA Pavlu (Migliore)
    Penalties
    06:22 ITA Goegan
    06:22 POL Szopinski

    Goalies
    ITA Tancon
    POL Samolej,Olszewski

    SOG: ITA 40, POL 33

    Goals by Period
    ITA 0 4 2 -6
    POL 1 0 0 -1
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 11th 1984

    Austria vs Czechoslovakia

    Czechoslovakia 13, Austria 0

    1st Period
    Goals
    None
    Penalties
    19:57 TCH Rusnak
    19:57 AUT Mion

    2nd Period
    Goals
    04:37 TCH Lala (Chalupa)
    04:53 TCH Liba (Lukac)
    06:11 TCH Ruzicka (Hrdina,Benak)
    06:38 TCH Cerník (Svoboda,Lala)
    10:00 TCH Kyhos (Horava,Lala)
    11:12 TCH Caldr (Pasek)
    Penalties
    None

    3rd Period
    Goals
    00:26 TCH Ruzicka (Kadlec)
    01:49 TCH Rusnak (Lala)
    05:05 TCH Richter (Hrdina,Ruzicka)
    06:14 TCH Rusnak (Uvira)
    09:17 TCH Svoboda (Richter)
    13:38 TCH Chalupa (unassisted)
    15:17 TCH Caldr (Korbele)
    Penalties
    10:16 AUT Lebler
    12:15 AUT Cijan
    12:15 TCH Korbele
    18:56 TCH Benak

    Goalies:
    AUT Rudman
    TCH Kralik

    SOG: AUT 25, TCH 55

    Goals by Period
    AUT 0 0 0 - 0
    TCH 0 6 7 -13
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 11th 1984

    Canada vs Finland

    Canada 4, Finland 2

    1st Period
    Goals
    03:26 CAN Muller (Driver,Tippett)
    Penalties
    00:52 FIN Melametsa
    00:52 CAN Tippett
    14:24 CAN Donnelly (check time)
    15:32 FIN Jalo
    16:05 CAN Gosselin (served by Flatley)

    2nd Period
    Goals
    01:44 FIN Tuohimaa (Helminen)
    10:22 FIN Skriko (Jalo,Summanen)
    Penalties
    07:24 FIN Lehtonen
    12:07 CAN Lidster

    3rd Period
    Goals
    03:56 CAN Lowe (Muller)
    09:03 CAN Redmond (Wilson,Flatley)
    14:01 CAN Gagner (Courtnall)
    Penalties
    05:23 FIN Summanen
    06:10 FIN Flatley
    09:46 FIN P.Lehto
    14:35 FIN Summanen
    17:50 CAN Courtnall

    Goalies:
    CAN Gosselin
    FIN Takko

    SOG: CAN 45, FIN 27

    Goals by Period
    CAN 1 0 3 -4
    FIN 0 2 2 -2
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 11th 1984

    Norway vs United States

    Norway 3, United States 3

    1st Period
    Goals
    11:31 NOR Bergseng (Skaare)
    15:15 USA Guay (S.Fusco)
    18:07 USA LaFontaine (Hirsch)
    Penalties
    05:32 NOR Jarlsbo
    05:29 USA S.Fusco
    08:22 NOR Foyn
    11:51 USA Hirsch
    12:44 NOR Løvdal
    19:31 NOR Kristiansen (which one)

    2nd Period
    Goals
    02:37 NOR Ellingsen (Skaare)
    Penalties
    11:13 USA Brooke
    13:57 NOR Abrahamsen

    3rd Period
    Goals
    07:11 NOR Myhre (unassisted)
    09:23 USA Olczyk(DA Jensen,LaFontaine)
    Penalties
    05:51 USA Bjugstad
    05:51 USA DH Jensen
    07:42 NOR Myhre

    Goalies:
    NOR Goldstein
    USA Mason

    SOG: NOR 27,USA 37

    Goals by Period
    NOR 1 1 1 -3
    USA 2 0 1 -3
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 11th 1984

    Soviet Union vs Yugoslavia

    Soviet Union 9, Yugoslavia 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    02:53 URS Khomutov (Gerasimov)
    07:00 URS Skvortsov (Fetisov)
    07:16 URS Kovin (Pervukhin,Vasilev)
    19:41 URS Kasatonov (Vasilev,Shepelev)
    Penalties
    None

    2nd Period
    Goals
    01:10 URS Krutov (Makarov,Larionov)
    11:09 YUG Scap (Raspet,Hafner)
    Penalties
    None

    3rd Period
    Goals
    09:32 URS Khomutov (unassisted)
    11:42 URS Fetisov (Larionov,Kasatonov)PP
    17:17 URS Larionov (Krutov,Fetisov)PP
    19:04 URS Vasilev(Gerasimov)
    Penalties
    10:53 YUG Hiti
    13:14 URS Starikov
    15:32 YUG Burnik

    Goalies:
    URS Tretiak
    YUG Pretnar

    SOG: URS 70,YUG 19

    Goals by Period
    URS 4 1 4 -9
    YUG 0 1 0 -1
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 11th 1984

    Sweden vs West Germany

    Sweden 1, West Germany 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    08:17 SWE Ohling (P.Eklund)

    Penalties
    10:47 FRG Hiemer
    11:45 FRG Scharf
    15:48 SWE Ericsson

    2nd Period
    Goals
    None

    Penalties
    02:19 FRG Reindl
    06:00 FRG Kuhnhackl
    07:20 SWE Sandstrom
    07:20 SWE Gradin
    07:20 FRG Roedger
    12:01 SWE Thelin
    17:55 FRG Steiger

    3rd Period
    Goals
    16:14 FRG Hiemer (unassisted)
    Penalties
    06:11 SWE Hjalm
    11:29 SWE Sodergren
    14:04 FRG Hiemer
    14:48 SWE Ericsson
    14:48 FRG Roedger

    Goalies:
    SWE Walitalo
    FRG Freisen

    SOG: SWE 45,FRG 32

    Goals by Period
    SWE 1 0 0 -1
    FRG 0 0 1 -1
    --------------------------------------------------
    Day Three Standings
    Group A
    USSR.............3W - 0T - 0L - 6PTS - 26GF - 3GA
    Sweden...........2W - 1T - 0L - 5PTS - 23GF - 4GA
    West Germany.....2W - 1T - 0L - 5PTS - 17GF - 7GA
    Italy............1W - 0T - 2L - 2PTS - 10GF -17GA
    Poland...........0W - 0T - 3L - 0PTS - 7GF - 26GA
    Yugoslavia.......0W - 0T - 3L - 0PTS - 2GF - 28GA

    Group B
    Czechoslovakia...3W - 0T - 0L - 6PTS - 27GF - 5GA
    Canada...........3W - 0T - 0L - 6PTS - 16GF - 5GA
    Finland..........2W - 0T - 1L - 4PTS - 22GF - 9GA
    Norway...........0W - 1T - 2L - 1PTS - 9GF - 29GA
    United States....0W - 1T - 2L - 1PTS - 6GF - 11GA
    Austria..........0W - 0T - 3L - 0PTS - 4GF - 25GA
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    Day Four

    Day Four, February 13, 1984

    Sweden vs Poland (are all assists here?)

    Sweden 10, Poland 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    05:25 SWE Gradin (Ohling)
    14:27 SWE Morth (Nordin)
    17:27 POL Zabawa (Adamiec,Jobczyk)
    Penalties
    05:32 POL Zabawa
    12:02 SWE Eriksson
    19:15 SWE Ahlen
    19:15 POL Pytel

    2nd Period
    Goals
    00:52 SWE Gradin (unassisted)
    05:16 SWE Ahlen (unassisted)
    07:20 SWE Gradin (unassisted)PP
    10:44 SWE Gradin (Ohling,T.Eklund)
    11:20 SWE Hessel (unassisted)
    13:32 SWE Hjalm (Hessel)
    15:12 SWE Rundqvist (unassisted)
    Penalties
    05:32 SWE Sandstrom
    05:41 POL Klocek
    07:15 POL Stopczyk
    17:59 POL Jachna

    3rd Period
    Goals
    17:41 SWE Sandstrom (Nordin,Morth)
    Penalties
    13:22 POL Stopczyk
    13:46 SWE Eriksson
    14:25 POL Pytel

    Goalies:
    SWE Riddervall
    POL Olszewski

    SOG: SWE 46, POL 11

    Goals by Period
    SWE 2 7 1 -10
    POL 1 0 0 - 1
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 13, 1984

    Canada vs Norway

    Canada 8, Norway 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    09:44 CAN Courtnall (unassisted)
    10:53 CAN Lowe (Flatley)
    Penalties
    00:45 NOR Foyn
    00:45 CAN Bartel
    05:58 CAN Flatley
    12:21 NOR Jarlsbo

    2nd Period
    Goals
    05:14 CAN Flatley (Lidster)
    14:14 CAN Gagner (Courtnall)
    17:57 CAN Driver (Patrick,Gagnner)
    Penalties
    06:51 CAN Driver
    10:48 NOR Skaare
    17:20 NOR Foyn

    3rd Period
    Goals
    06:37 CAN Daigneault (Courtnall,Gagner)
    09:41 CAN Gagner (Daigneault)
    16:44 NOR Foyn (Andersen)
    18:18 CAN Gagner (unassisted)
    Penalties
    03:35 CAN Donnelly
    09:00 NOR Karlstad
    12:39 CAN Flatley
    12:39 NOR Abrahamsen

    Goalies:
    CAN Gosselin (40 Min 0 GA, 14 SV),Eliot (20 Min 1 GA, 3 SV)
    NOR Marthinsen

    SOG: CAN 38, NOR 18

    Goals by Period
    CAN 2 3 3 -8
    NOR 0 0 1 -1
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 13, 1984

    Yugoslavia vs Italy

    Yugoslavia 5, Italy 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    None

    Penalties
    05:02 ITA Mair
    10:13 YUG Pajic
    15:00 ITA De Piero
    17:04 YUG Pajic

    2nd Period
    Goals
    00:15 ITA Farelli (De Piero)
    00:40 YUG Besic (Mlinarec)
    06:41 YUG Sekelj (Scap)
    Penalties
    None

    3rd Period
    Goals
    00:45 YUG Besic (Klemenc)
    02:08 YUG Sekelj (Hiti)
    07:03 YUG Hiti (Sekelj,Kovac)
    Penalties
    06:05 YUG Mlinarec
    06:05 ITA Priondolo
    06:54 ITA Gasser
    12:04 ITA De Piero

    Goalies:
    YUG Pretnar
    ITA Tancon

    SOG: YUG 35, ITA 29

    Goals by Period
    YUG 0 2 3 -5
    ITA 0 1 0 -1
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 13, 1984

    West Germany vs Soviet Union

    Soviet Union 6, West Germany 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    05:03 URS Makarov (Fetisov)
    07:24 URS Kasatonov (Skvortsov)
    10:23 URS Drozdetsky (Tumenev,Kozhevnikov)
    11:46 URS Krutov (Larionov,Fetisov)
    19:58 FRG Trunschka (unassisted)
    Penalties
    04:09 FRG Betz
    11:10 FRG Kuhnhackl
    17:55 URS Khomutov

    2nd Period
    Goals
    02:37 URS Drozdetsky (Tumenev)
    08:30 URS Kovin (unassisted)
    Penalties
    08:06 FRG Niederberger
    08:06 FRG Kuhnhackl
    08:06 URS Kozhevnikov
    13:18 FRG Roedger
    15:40 URS Gerasimov

    3rd Period
    Goals
    None

    Penalties
    14:06 FRG Roedger
    14:06 URS Stelnov

    Goalies:
    FRG Friesen
    URS Tretiak

    SOG: FRG 16, URS 49

    Goals by Period
    FRG 1 0 0 -1
    URS 4 2 0 -6
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 13, 1984

    United vs Austria

    United States 7, Austria 3

    1st Period
    Goals
    12:04 USA LaFontaine (Olczyk)
    13:12 USA DA Jensen (Olczyk)
    18:32 AUT Fritz (Konig)
    Penalties
    06:35 AUT Poek
    10:15 AUT Cijan
    13:52 USA Brooke
    16:03 USA Guay
    16:03 USA Lebler
    18:01 USA Kumpel

    2nd Period
    Goals
    03:54 AUT Lebler (Sivic)
    Penalties
    05:21 AUT Konig
    05:21 USA Hirsch
    18:34 AUT Raffl
    18:34 USA M.Fusco

    3rd Period
    Goals
    03:34 USA LaFontaine (Olczyk)
    03:53 USA DA Jensen (Olczyk)
    05:29 AUT Cunningham (Cijan)
    09:49 USA LaFontaine (unassisted)
    11:12 USA Hirsch (Sampson)
    11:37 USA S.Fusco (Bjugstad)
    Penalties
    04:26 USA Sampson
    04:26 USA Harrington
    06:39 USA Brooke
    08:25 AUT Cunningham
    13:53 USA Harrington
    14:41 USA DH Jensen

    Goalies:
    USA Mason
    AUT Rudman

    SOG: USA 42, AUT 27

    Goals by Period
    USA 2 0 5 -7
    AUT 1 1 1 -3
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 13, 1984

    Finland vs Czechoslovakia

    Czechoslovakia 7, Finland 2

    1st Period
    Goals
    11:27 TCH Kadlec (Ruzicka)
    12:38 TCH Cerník (Lala)
    14:47 TCH Cerník (Kadlec)SH
    19:04 FIN Makitalo (Laine,Metametsa)
    19:14 TCH Hrdina (Ruzicka,Richter)
    Penalties
    02:09 FIN Skriko
    02:09 TCH Korbele
    04:18 FIN Ruotanen
    05:28 FIN Melametsa
    05:28 TCH Sindel served by Rusnak
    10:44 FIN Makitalo
    12:08 FIN Helminen
    12:08 TCH Korbele
    13:05 TCH Horava

    2nd Period
    Goals
    02:49 FIN Tuohimaa (Skriko,Jutila)
    03:46 TCH Rusnak (Liba,Lukac)
    Penalties
    00:33 FIN Melametsa
    00:33 TCH Caldr
    04:17 FIN Jutila
    04:17 TCH Hrdina
    08:03 TCH Cernik

    3rd Period
    Goals
    08:28 TCH Uvira (Hrdina,Richter)PP
    19:59 TCH Richter (Hrdina,Ruzicka)
    Penalties
    04:45 FIN Melametsa
    04:45 TCH Chalupa
    08:24 FIN Jutila
    09:49 TCH Liba
    13:35 FIN Skriko DM
    13:35 TCH Richter
    14:08 TCH Uvira
    14:12 FIN Jalo
    14:12 TCH Lalo

    Goalies:
    FIN Takko,Valtonen (Minutes, SOG, GA ?)
    TCH Sindel

    SOG: FIN 31, TCH 45

    Goals by Period
    FIN 1 1 0 -2
    TCH 4 1 2 -7
    --------------------------------------------------
    Day Four Standings
    Group A
    USSR.............4W - 0T - 0L - 8PTS - 32GF - 4GA
    Sweden...........3W - 1T - 0L - 7PTS - 33GF - 5GA
    West Germany.....2W - 1T - 1L - 5PTS - 18GF -13GA
    Italy............1W - 0T - 3L - 2PTS - 11GF -22GA
    Yugoslavia.......1W - 0T - 3L - 2PTS - 7GF -29GA
    Poland...........0W - 0T - 4L - 0PTS - 8GF -36GA

    Group B
    Czechoslovakia...4W - 0T - 0L - 8PTS - 34GF - 7GA
    Canada...........4W - 0T - 0L - 8PTS - 24GF - 6GA
    Finland..........2W - 0T - 2L - 4PTS - 24GF -16GA
    United States....1W - 1T - 2L - 3PTS - 13GF -14GA
    Norway...........0W - 1T - 3L - 1PTS - 10GF -37GA
    Austria..........0W - 0T - 4L - 0PTS - 7GF -32GA
    --------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------------------------
    --------------------------------------------------
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    Yugoslav player "Besi" is actually Mustafa Besic, forward from Jesenice.

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    Thansk for the spelling correction, it has been changed!
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    Day Five

    Day Five, February 15, 1984

    Norway vs Austria

    Austria 6, Norway 5

    1st Period
    Goals
    00:12 NOR Foyn (Johansen)
    00:42 AUT Harand (Greenbank)
    01:51 AUT Harand (unassisted)SH
    05:06 AUT Pok (Cijan)
    09:58 AUT Pok (Cijan)
    Penalties
    01:06 AUT Cunningham
    06:57 NOR Kristiansen
    07:57 NOR Abrahamsen
    16:24 NOR Løsåmoen
    19:09 AUT Dorn

    2nd Period
    Goals
    02:29 AUT Sivec (Raffl,Lebler)
    04:55 NOR Johansen (Myhre) PP
    05:23 AUT Raffl (Lebler)PP
    12:07 NOR Løsåmoen (Lovdal)
    17:12 NOR Løsåmoen (Karlstad)
    Penalties
    04:01 AUT Fritz
    05:02 NOR Ellingsen
    05:43 AUT Ganster
    06:58 AUT Cunningham
    06:58 NOR Kristiansen DM
    09:03 NOR Karlstad

    3rd Period
    Goals
    04:40 NOR Kristiansen (Lovdal)
    Penalties
    03:10 NOR Myhre triple minor
    03:10 AUT Greenbank DM

    Goalies:
    NOR Goldstein
    AUT Rudman

    SOG: NOR 29, AUT 20

    Goals by Period
    NOR 1 3 1 -5
    AUT 4 2 0 -6
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 15, 1984

    United States vs Finland

    United State 3, Finland 3

    1st Period
    Goals
    01:52 FIN Skriko (unassisted)
    Penalties
    02:50 USA S.Fusco
    12:59 FIN Takko served by Javanainen

    2nd Period
    Goals
    06:01 USA Verchota (Harrington,Sampson)
    11:39 USA Bjugstad (Brooke,Verchota)PP
    13:51 FIN Skriko (M.Lehto,Summanen)PP
    Penalties
    02:04 FIN Tuohimaa
    09:09 USA Bjugstad
    11:00 FIN Finland bench served by Laine
    12:04 USA Guay
    15:11 USA USA bench served by Millen
    16:50 USA Guay

    3rd Period
    Goals
    19:22 USA Brooke (unassisted)
    19:39 FIN Melametsa (M.Lehto,Summanen)
    Penalties
    04:03 FIN Jutila
    17:25 FIN P.Lehto
    17:25 USA Harrington

    Goalies:
    USA Behrend
    FIN Takko

    SOG: USA 40, FIN 39

    Goals by Period
    USA 0 2 1 -3
    FIN 1 1 1 -3
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 15, 1984

    Yugoslavia vs Poland

    Poland 8, Yugoslavia 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    04:02 POL Christ (unassisted)PP
    09:52 YUG Hiti (unassisted)PP
    10:14 POL Jobczyk (Hachula,Zabawa)
    Penalties
    03:49 YUG Horvat
    04:19 YUG Scap
    09:21 POL Crist
    11:20 POL Cholewa

    2nd Period
    Goals
    03:52 POL Stopczyk (Piecko)
    07:23 POL Christ (Stopczyk)
    16:41 POL Chowaniec (Christ)PP
    Penalties
    15:37 YUG Sekelj

    3rd Period
    Goals
    14:39 POL Zabawa (Jobczyk)
    15:21 POL Chirst (Piecko)
    17:47 POL Klocek (Nowak,Pytel)
    Penalties
    05:02 POL Jachna
    05:02 YUG Kovac
    08:11 YUG Vidmar
    08:54 POL Szopinski
    16:32 YUG Beribak
    16:32 POL Jobczyk

    Goalies:
    YUG Pratner
    POL Olszewski

    SOG: YUG 28, POL 42

    Goals by Period
    YUG 1 0 0 -1
    POL 2 3 3 -8
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 15, 1984

    Soviet Union vs Sweden

    Soviet Union 10, Sweden 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    01:04 URS Drozdetski (Bilyaletdinov,Tumenev)
    07:13 URS Krutov (Makarov,Stelnov)
    07:32 URS Drozdetski (Kozhevnikov,Tumenev)
    13:38 URS Fetisov (Kozhevnikov,Tumenev)PP
    15:37 URS Starikov (Kovin)
    Penalties
    10:28 URS Larionov
    12:45 SWE Rundqvist
    16:06 SWE Thelin
    16:22 SWE Ericsson
    16:22 URS Makakov

    2nd Period
    Goals
    06:40 URS Gerasimov (Kasatonov,Shepelev)PP
    10:40 URS Skvortsov (Kovin,Starikov)
    14:04 URS Kasatonov (Makarov)SH
    17:44 URS Fetisov (unassisted)PP
    Penalties
    00:47 SWE Gradin
    00:47 URS Makarov
    05:34 SWE Eriksson
    12:05 URS Fetisov
    17:33 SWE Waltin

    3rd Period
    Goals
    10:04 SWE Rundqvist (Waltin,P.Eklund)PP
    19:29 URS Kozhevnikov (Drozdetski,Fetisov)
    Penalties
    08:52 URS Fetisov

    Goalies:
    URS Tretiak
    SWE Walitalo,Riddervall (Minutes, SOG, GA ?)

    SOG:

    Goals by Period
    URS 5 4 1 -10
    SWE 0 0 1 - 1
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 15, 1984

    West Germany vs Italy

    West Germany 9, Italy 4

    1st Period
    Goals
    03:14 FRG Kiessling (unassisted)
    Penalties
    14:47 ITA Ciarcia
    14:47 FRG Hofner
    16:34 FRG Kiessling
    19:26 FRG Hofner
    19:26 ITA Ciarcia

    2nd Period
    Goals
    04:54 ITA Ciarcia (Pavlu)
    05:08 FRG Hegan (Steiger,Kuhnhackl)
    05:17 FRG Reindl (Hofner)
    17:03 FRG Hofner (Reindl)
    17:36 FRG Wolf (Kreis)
    18:19 FRG Hegan (Kuhnhackl)
    Penalties
    03:03 FRG Kuhnhackl
    14:45 ITA Gasser

    3rd Period
    Goals
    04:43 FRG Roedger (Hegan,Wolf)SH
    05:57 ITA Mastrullo (Priondolo)
    07:54 ITA Farelli (unassisted)PP
    14:47 FRG Kiessling (Kuhnhackl)
    15:14 FRG Kuhnhackl (unassisted)
    15:43 ITA Goegan (Milani,Priondolo)
    Penalties
    02:43 FRG Friesen
    06:43 FRG Truntschka
    12:09 ITA Bellio

    Goalies:
    FRG Friesen
    ITA Tancon,Capone (Minutes, SOG, GA ?)

    SOG: FRG 67, ITA 11

    Goals by Period
    FRG 1 5 3 -9
    ITA 0 1 3 -4
    --------------------------------------------------
    February 15, 1984

    Czechoslovakia vs Canada

    Czechoslovakia 4, Canada 0

    1st Period
    Goals
    17:16 TCH Caldr (Pasek)
    Penalties
    None

    2nd Period
    Goals
    02:00 TCH Liba (Lukac)
    Penalties
    18:19 TCH Kadlec
    19:55 CAN Redmond

    3rd Period
    Goals
    06:31 TCH Svoboda (Liba)
    14:08 TCH Ruzicka (Hrdina,Horava)
    Penalties
    00:55 TCH Czechoslovakia bench served by Hrdina
    12:53 TCH Cernik
    12:53 CAN Dineen

    Goalies:
    TCH Sindel
    CAN Gosselin

    SOG: TCH 36, CAN 32

    Goals by Period
    TCH 1 1 2 -4
    CAN 0 0 0 -0
    --------------------------------------------------
    Day Five Standings
    Group A
    USSR.............5W - 0T - 0L -10PTS - 42GF - 5GA
    Sweden...........3W - 1T - 1L - 7PTS - 34GF -15GA
    West Germany.....3W - 1T - 1L - 7PTS - 27GF -17GA
    Poland...........1W - 0T - 4L - 2PTS - 16GF -37GA
    Italy............1W - 0T - 4L - 2PTS - 15GF -31GA
    Yugoslavia.......1W - 0T - 4L - 2PTS - 8GF -37GA

    Group B
    Czechoslovakia...5W - 0T - 0L -10PTS - 38GF - 7GA
    Canada...........4W - 0T - 1L - 8PTS - 24GF -10GA
    Finland..........2W - 1T - 2L - 6PTS - 27GF -19GA
    United States....1W - 2T - 2L - 4PTS - 16GF -17GA
    Austria..........1W - 0T - 4L - 2PTS - 13GF -37GA
    Norway...........0W - 1T - 4L - 1PTS - 15GF -43GA
    --------------------------------------------------
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    --------------------------------------------------
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmartinez


    Yugoslavia 5, Italy 1

    How things are changing...Today yugoslavians were pray to get such result... :innocent0 :)

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    7th Place Game

    February 17,1984

    Seventh Place Game
    Poland vs United States

    United State 7, Poland 4

    1st Period
    Goals
    03:39 USA Olczyk (LaFontaine,Chelios)
    04:52 POL Klocek (unassisted)
    14:41 USA Bjugstad (S.Fusco)
    16:20 POL Pytel (Klocek)
    Penalties
    None

    2nd Period
    Goals
    00:15 USA LaFontaine (unassisted)
    16:47 USA Bjugstad (S.Fusco,Chelios)
    17:13 POL Jobczyk (Zabawa)
    18:38 USA DA Jensen (LaFontaine)
    18:57 POL Sikorski (Pytel)
    19:13 USA Verchota (Sampson)
    Penalties
    None

    3rd Period
    Goals
    16:29 USA Sampson (Verchota)
    Penalties
    02:55 POL Jobczyk
    09:28 POL Szopinski
    11:24 USA Hirsch

    Goalies:
    POL Olszewski
    USA Mason (40 Min, 19 SOG, 4 GA),Behrend (20 Min, 5 SOG, 0 GA)

    SOG: POL 24, USA 42

    Goals by Period
    POL 2 2 0 -4
    USA 2 4 1 -7

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    Poland takes 8th Place
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    5th Place Game

    February 17,1984
    Fifth Place Game
    West Germany vs Finland

    West Germany 7, Finland 4

    1st Period
    Goals
    04:02 FIN Skriko (Jalo)
    07:04 FIN Melametsa (Makitalo,Lehtonen)PP
    16:02 FRG Hegan (Kuhnhackl)PP
    Penalties
    06:34 FRG Truntschka
    07:10 FIN Ruotanen
    12:18 FIN Javanainen
    12:51 FRG Kuhnhackl
    15:27 FIN Saarinen

    2nd Period
    Goals
    00:49 FIN Summanen (Jalo)
    12:39 FIN Jalo (Summanen)
    14:48 FRG Kuhnhackl (unassisted)
    Penalties
    07:46 FRG Kuhnhackl

    3rd Period CHECK ASST ALL GOALS
    Goals
    04:39 FRG Kuhnhackl (unassisted)PP
    09:24 FRG Kuhnhackl (unassisted)
    14:37 FRG Wolf (unassisted)
    18:55 FRG Hegan (unassisted)PP
    19:33 FRG Steiger (unassisted)SH
    Penalties
    03:41 FIN P.Lehto
    05:06 FIN M.Lehto
    09:40 FRG Steiger
    09:40 FIN Saarinen
    11:49 FIN P.Lehto
    16:19 FRG Roedger
    18:10 FIN P.Lehto
    19:25 FRG Roedger

    Goalies:
    FRG Friesen
    FIN Takko

    SOG: FRG 44, FIN 26

    Goals by Period
    FRG 1 1 5 -7
    FIN 2 2 0 -4

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    Finland takes 6th Place
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    Medal Round Games, Day 1

    February 17,1984
    Medal Round Game 1

    Czechoslovakia vs Sweden

    Czechoslovakia 2, Sweden 0

    1st Period
    Goals
    None

    Penalties
    15:52 SWE Ahlen
    16:57 TCH Richter
    18:17 SWE Eklund which Eklund

    2nd Period
    Goals
    None

    Penalties
    05:52 SWE Rundqvist
    08:27 TCH Kadlec
    18:34 TCH Svoboda

    3rd Period
    Goals
    15:00 TCH Ruzicka (Hrdina)
    18:51 TCH Benák (unassisted)
    Penalties
    04:04 TCH Liba
    04:04 SWE Sodergren

    Goalies:
    TCH Sindel
    SWE Riddervall

    SOG: TCH 42, SWE 37

    Goals by Period
    TCH 0 0 2 -2
    SWE 0 0 0 -0
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    February 17,1984
    Medal Round Game 2

    Soviet Union vs Canada

    Soviet Union 4, Canada 0

    1st Period
    Goals
    None

    Penalties
    04:23 CAN Driver

    2nd Period
    Goals
    11:31 URS Kovin (unassisted)
    14:19 URS Kozhevnikov (Drozdetsky)
    Penalties
    00:15 CAN Patrick
    08:07 CAN Driver

    3rd Period
    Goals
    14:41 URS Skvortsov (Stenlov)
    16:59 URS Drozdetsky (unassisted)
    Penalties
    04:30 CAN Wilson
    14:26 URS Gerasimov
    17:49 CAN Wood
    17:49 URS Stelnov
    19:27 URS Fetisov double minor
    19:27 CAN Dineen

    Goalies:
    URS Tretiak
    CAN Gosselin

    SOG: URS 26, CAN 10

    Goals by Period
    URS 0 2 2 -4
    CAN 0 0 0 -0

    Medal Round Standings
    USSR.............2W - 0T - 0L - 4PTS - 14GF - 1GA
    Czechoslovakia...2W - 0T - 0L - 4PTS - 6GF - 0GA
    Sweden...........0W - 0T - 2L - 0PTS - 1GF - 12GA
    Canada...........0W - 0T - 2L - 0PTS - 0GF - 8GA
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    The Machine Marches On

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    this one is dated below....I will post some more after the final summary is up, but this one was interesting...

    LEIGH MONTVILLE\ THE MACHINE MARCHES ON
    Boston Globe
    February 18, 1984
    Author: LEIGH MONTVILLE
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    The uniforms are a basic white. The lettering is a basic red. There are no whirls and flourishes, no stars and leafs and magic insignias.

    The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics hockey team is not some expansion franchise outfit looking to make a fast consumer buck. The look of a champion always is a basic look.
    "How does it feel to play against these guys?" Mario (Goose) Gosselin, the tiny goalie for the Canadian Olympic team, was asked last night at Zetra Arena.

    "We play against the best team in the world," The Goose replied. "It is the one chance of my life. I play against Vladislav Tretiak, I play against the Big Machine."

    The Big Machine. The Big Red Machine. Tretiak in the goal. A young guy named Viatchesla Fetisov on defense, who is compared only to Robert Gordon Orr in terms of style. Four lines that buzz, whirr and can make change for 1000 dinar note on the move.

    For almost three weeks in this picturesque town, fuzzy-cheeked people had been assaulting mountains, speed barriers, wind currents, snow conditions and the force of gravity. On this night, it was the Canadians' fate to face The Machine. The Big Machine. The Ultimate Hockey Machine.

    How to do it?

    "There's no point in trying to snow your players," Canadian coach Dave King, a well-spoken, thoughtful guy, said. "They know how good this team is. They also know how good our team is."

    The memories of the Lake Placid embarrassment burn brightly for the Russians, the dull February night in 1980 when they were upset by the US for the Olympic gold medal. The Russians have changed their team, dropping all but 10 players, and have attacked these Games with a ruthless zest. They cruised into the medal round with one methodical 8-1 victory after another.

    How to stop this?

    "I've known as long as I've been coaching my team that we'd have to do something special if we ever played these guys," Dave King said. "I've always had it in the back of my mind."

    His plan was stolen from basketball, from boxing, from the courtship of a very pretty but reluctant girl. He would take the air out of the basketball. He would lie on the ropes in a grand, Muhammad Ali rope-a-dope style, taking punches and waiting to score points. He would sit on the front porch and wait and wait for the right answer.

    Basically, Dave King decided he would circle the wagons and hope that the Indians became tired.

    "It's nothing new," the coach said. "I saw the Calgary Flames use the same style and beat the Russians once, 3-2. I've seen other teams try."

    He decided to play three defensemen and two wingers instead of the normal, used-forever style of three forwards and two defensemen. The Russians would be given the puck for 45, maybe 50 minutes of the 60-minute game. The Canadians would try to stay alive and somehow win in the other 10 or 15 minutes.

    The three defensemen would try to make sure that the Russian shots weren't easy, unimpeded shots. The two wingers would wait for those few breaks that might give the Canadians a few shots. A Hail Mary might be whispered in both French and English every now and then.

    "The style does two things for you," Dave King said. "No. 1, you can't go toe-to-toe with those guys or they'll kill you. Or at least they'll kill us. No. 2, it spreads the work a little. Your normal two defensemen don't have to be as concerned with those breakaway situations."

    There are no surprises from the Russians now. Not the way there were in 1972 when The Machine came into Montreal Forum and seemed to have learned to play hockey on some other, fast-passing, instant-moving planet. Everybody plays that way now on an international level. The Czechs. The Swedes. The Canadians. The Americans were trying to play that way.

    The Russians simply play it better.

    "They have better players," Goose Gosselin said. "That's all. They have good scorers, good defense, a goaltender at the end who can stop the puck."

    The nervousness the Canadian kids felt was the same nervousness the skiers felt at the top of Jahorina and Bjelasnica all week. The nervousness of the challenge. They looked at the Soviet rooting section behind the goal, the hammer-and-sickle flags flying, they heard the strange-language Soviet cheers, they shouted and rolled into action against the nondescript, championship uniforms.

    The Canadians won the face-off. Gosselin stopped his first breakaway with 20 seconds played in the game.

    "That," he said, "is how fast they are. We win the face-off, and they have a breakway within 20 seconds."

    Ah, but the strategy seemed to work well. Five minutes. Ten minutes. Fifteen. Twenty. The shots on goal were 14 for the Russians in the first period, five for the Canadians, but the score was a lovely 0-0.

    "I said, Zero-zero, all right!' " Dave King said. "I was elated."

    "I say, Shutout,' " The Goose said. "I will get a shutout against The Big Machine."

    There were 10 more minutes of this, 11:31 to be exact, and in many ways, it was the most exciting 31 minutes and 31 seconds of the entire Games. There were memories of 1980, singing in the streets of Lake Placid, joy at the improbable taking place before your eyes.

    "The Russians were thrown off their stride for a while," Dave King said. "Yes, I definitely think they were."

    The rest? Well, The Machine is not called The Machine without reason. The final score was 4-0.
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    Medal Round Games, Day 2

    February 19, 1984

    Medal Round, Day 2, Game 3

    Soviet Union vs Czechoslovakia

    Soviet Union 2, Czechoslovakia 0

    1st Period
    Goals
    06:38 URS Kozhevnikov (Fetisov)
    Penalties
    07:40 URS Makarov
    12:13 TCH Hrdina
    14:52 TCH Chalupa
    17:56 URS Drozdetsky

    2nd Period
    Goals
    01:12 URS Krutov (Larionov)
    Penalties
    04:21 URS Larionov
    11:15 URS Gerasimov
    11:55 TCH Chalupa
    18:06 URS Larionov

    3rd Period
    Goals
    None

    Penalties
    09:19 TCH Hrdina
    13:04 TCH Pašek
    17:30 TCH Lukac

    Goalies:
    URS Tretiak
    TCH Sindel

    SOG: URS 33, URS 21

    Goals by Period
    URS 1 1 0 -2
    TCH 0 0 0 -0

    Soviet Union wins Gold
    Czechoslovakis wins Silver
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    February 19,1984

    Medal Round, Day 2, Game 4

    Canada vs Sweden

    Sweden 2, Canada 0

    1st Period
    Goals
    None

    Penalties
    07:11 CAN Donnelly

    2nd Period
    Goals
    11:21 SWE Gradin (P.Eklund)

    Penalties
    04:36 CAN Driver
    15:19 CAN Flatley gross misconduct
    17:24 SWE Eriksson

    3rd Period
    Goals
    06:59 SWE Sodergren (Ericsson,P.Eklund)
    Penalties
    05:40 CAN Wilson
    08:02 SWE Ericsson
    08:02 CAN Gagner
    08:57 CAN Donnelly
    09:24 SWE Eriksson

    Goalies:
    CAN Gosselin
    SWE Riddervall

    SOG: CAN 28, SWE 22

    Goals by Period
    CAN 0 0 0 -0
    SWE 0 1 1 -2

    Sweden wins Bronze
    Canada is 4th Place

    Medal Round Standings
    USSR.............3W - 0T - 0L - 6PTS - 16GF - 1GA
    Czechoslovakia...2W - 0T - 1L - 4PTS - 6GF - 2GA
    Sweden...........1W - 0T - 2L - 2PTS - 3GF -12GA
    Canada...........0W - 0T - 3L - 0PTS - 0GF -10GA
    *Results carryover from the preliminary round

    Gold Medal: Soviet Union
    Silver Medal: Czechoslovakia
    Bronze Medal: Sweden
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    Make No Mistake About It: Soviets Atone

    MAKE NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT: SOVIETS ATONE
    Boston Globe
    February 20, 1984
    Author: John Powers Globe Staff
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    The Soviet team guide refers to it as the "unexpected mishap at Lake Placid." The official view is that what the Americans considered a miracle was merely one of those cosmic burps that come along once a generation.

    "If we played again their 1980 team, I don't think they should have been able to win," USSR hockey coach Viktor Tikhonov concluded. "Even if they play the second game in Lake Placid.
    The Russians craved a piece - a large piece - of the US team. "They wanted us," captain Phil Verchota said. "But we dodged them."

    So the Russians had taken it out on anyone handy - 6-1 over the West Germans, 10-1 over the Swedes, 4-0 over the Canadians and, yesterday, 2-0 over unbeaten Czechoslovakia for the Olympic gold medal they missed last time.

    When it was done, the Soviet players happily flung their sticks into the cheap seats, embraced goalkeeper Vladislav Tretiak and bounded upon the award stand.

    "I think it will be a good celebration," Tikhonov said, after his people had won all seven matches by a 48-5 aggregate. "We have had a number of triumphs in the last few years. The only one we miss is an Olympic gold medal, and now we have achieved it."

    There was redemption there, and a measure of relief. There are few tougher tasks than coming to an Olympics as a prohibitive favorite. Ask Scott Hamilton.

    "The Russians have nothing to gain and everything to lose," US coach Lou Vairo had said. "That's a horrible position to always be in. They get the silver medal, they go home in disgrace. We go home with a silver, they hold a parade for us."

    The Czechs, who were fifth at Lake Placid, won the silver; Sweden dumped Canada, 2-0, for the bronze. "There are 20 guys all crying in there," said Canadian coach Dave King. "They're sitting with their heads down. They had high hopes. They really thought they could beat the Swedes."

    For a dozen days, it had been a lovely little run. Canada had won its first four games, taking down the US and Finland in the process. Then, the Canadians simply stopped scoring - going their final 181 minutes and 42 seconds without a goal - and lost to the Czechs (4-0), Russians (4-0) and Swedes.

    Yesterday, needing only a tie to take the bronze, the Canadians came out tight and jittery and never settled down. "We were like a bunch of seagulls on the bench," King said. Peter Gradin got Sweden a goal after 31 minutes. Karl Soedergren added another on the power play 13 minutes from the end, and it was gone.

    The Swedes, who were also third at Lake Placid, were delighted with their bronze. They came here with no illusions, and left with fewer.

    This was the Soviets' party, and they played the tune. Half of the 1980 team (nine of them forwards) had been replaced, but the critical people - Tretiak, defensemen Vyacheslav Fetisov and Aleksei Kasatanov, wings Vladimir Krutov and Sergei Makarov - were still on hand.

    Around them, Tikhonov had molded a group of brilliant new faces, such as wing Nikolai Drozdetski, who scored 10 goals here. The Soviets barely needed their first line of Krutov, Makarov and Igor Larionov (eight goals total). They got 26 from their third and fourth lines. "The Russians," Bruins GM Harry Sinden would say, "are unbelievably good."

    Tikhonov, who presided over the Lake Placid mishap, returned, too, with a small brown book in which he scribbled salient scouting notes. "I don't use it too often," he admitted.

    Tikhonov knew that everybody here, from the Italians to the Czechs, would play his team the same way - by circling the wagons. The Czechs dropped back into their 2-1-2, keeping the left wing back to create three defenders, hoping for the opening that would let them bust out for a breakaway.

    They never got it yesterday. The Russians kept pressing the play from the neutral zone, buzzing goalie Jaromir Schindel (31 saves). They got goals from Aleksandr Kozhevnikov (6:38 of the first) and Krutov (1:12 of the second) and seemed content. If any Czechs got past the red line, Fetisov and Kasatanov, undoubtedly the best defensive tandem on the planet, were standing imposing sentry.

    And as for Tretiak, who has now won three gold medals and a silver . . . "I would say he played like Tretiak," Tikhonov said. "Not worse than that."

    Meaning that Tretiak gave away nothing. He would stand idle for three, four, five minutes at a stretch, watching the play at the other end. When a rival forward shook loose and headed for him, Tretiak shrugged off the cobwebs, spring to life and denied him.

    He did not allow a goal in the medal round, and when the final buzzer sounded, nobody had scored on Tretiak in the final 129:56.

    So the gold medal is back in the USSR for the sixth time in eight Olympiads, and the Soviets are already planning to crunch a few old friends at this fall's Canada Cup. "This triumph we have today," said Tikhonov, "is already history."

    So, he said, is the mishap at Lake Placid. Fate had it that there would be no rematch here, which was probably just as well for the Americans. Missing a date with these people is like missing a ride on the Hindenburg.

    In another hockey development, Le Journal de Montreal reported that the NHL's Calgary Flames are ready to pay Czechoslovakia $2.6 million for two players and the head coach of that country's national team.

    The newspaper said Sunday that Flames general manager Cliff Fletcher made a pitch to Czechoslovakian hockey officials in Sarajevo early last week to acquire left wings Igor Liba and Jaroslav Benak, as well as veteran head coach Ludek Bukac.

    The report didn't indicate whether the Czechs showed any interest in Fletcher's offer. Benak was considered a bust in the Olympic tournament, but Liba, with four goals and eight assists, was one of his team's best performers.

    Liba was a fifth-round draft choice of the Flames in last year's NHL entry draft, while Benak was taken in the 11th round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aldair1808
    How things are changing...Today yugoslavians were pray to get such result... :innocent0 :)
    Not necessary. Yugoslav Olympic team in 1984 was 100% Slovenian, composed of players from Jesenice and Olimpija. As we all know, Slovenia is today perfectly capable of playing Italy on equal basis (although Slovenians lost the decisive game against Italy in World Group) and would definitely fared better against Poland than it did twenty two years ago.

    I doubt Sweden could now beat Slovenia 13:0 and I also doubt Germans would have won 8-1.

    Just because term "Yugoslavia" was transfered to Serbian hockey since 1992, doesn't mean that post-1992 "Yugoslav" hockey had anything to do with pre-1992 one.


    In world relations, Serbian hockey was in 1984 as exotic as now - Division 2 rank.

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    They Don't Believe In Miracles

    THEY DON'T BELIEVE IN MIRACLES\ US HOCKEY TEAM: TOO LITTLE TOO LATE
    Boston Globe
    February 19, 1984
    Author: John Powers Globe Staff
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    They will not be coming home to an obscure airport at a bizarre hour, shoulders hunched, glances averted. The US Olympic hockey team took the night train to Zagreb and are flying by commercial jet today to New York City. They will arrive in full public view. No apologies, no excuses.

    "I don't think we have to apologize for anything that's happened," said coach Lou Vairo. "I worked as hard as I could. So did the staff. So did the players. We're not going home a disgrace.
    They're just going home seventh, which is exactly where the seeding chart said they'd be. It is a disappointment, but after the hysteria of Lake Placid, even a bronze medal would have been a disappointment.

    "No matter what we did," said wing John Harrington, a 1980 veteran, "less than the gold medal would have been a letdown."

    The Lake Placid miracle weighed on this team like a golden millstone. "Maybe the expectations were too high," Vairo said. "Eric Heiden won five gold medals, but I didn't see anybody expecting our speed skaters to duplicate that."

    Only two men from the 1980 club - Harrington and Phil Verchota - played for this one, yet their countrymen seemed to consider the teams identical. So they were loved to death before they ever reached Olympus.

    "We could do nothing wrong," said Harrington. "Back in the States, whether we won the game or not, there was always another photo session or another banquet the next day with people telling us we were the No. 1 cat. So the feeling was, well, we lost tonight but we're going to be on the Today Show in the morning and they'll tell us we're great again."

    They arrived here for the Games . . . and nothing happened. The Americans seemed to be waiting for the magic to kick in. When it didn't, they were bewildered.

    "Amid the whole carnival atmosphere since 1980, the US team deluded itself," said ABC hockey analyst Ken Dryden. "There are some awfully good teams here, with players who are in the prime of their careers, 24 and 25 years old. If they were playing at their level, the US was no better than an even bet for the bronze. I think the team thought it was better than it was.'

    Finishing with a 2-2-2 record was a shock to the American players. They still can not explain what happened to them or why. "Everyone would like that simple, easy answer," Verchota said, "but I don't know if you can find those anymore."

    Theories abound. The players were too young. Vairo couldn't pump them up or settle them down. They underestimated their rivals. They overestimated themselves. They had no natural leaders. They brought the wrong defensemen. They were a one-line team.

    There is some truth to all of the above, but the reasons for this team's collapse are less technical than cerebral.

    The Americans simply never felt right, not from the morning of the first game against Canada. Their bus was caught in downtown traffic a mile from the rink. Their anticipation turned to anxiety. They had just enough time to dress before warmups.

    "I sensed a strange feeling before we ever went on the ice," Vairo said. "And I don't know what it was."

    When Pat Flatley scored on Canada's first shot, the Americans went numb. "They suddenly became aware that they might lose," Dryden said. "They had never really considered that. They weren't prepared for it."

    Once Canada had upended them, the Americans never regained their balance. "There was that feeling of always being back on our heels and struggling," Harrington said. "When we really weren't that far out of it."

    Had defenseman Tom Hirsch's slapper been half an inch lower instead of dinging the Canadian crossbar 16 minutes from the end, the Americans would have tied the game, 3-3, and perhaps gone on to win it. From such little things are gold medal runs forged.

    Said Verchota: "We never got that big lift, that timely goal. At Lake Placid, pucks were falling into the net."

    Except for Mark Kumpel's shorthanded goal that briefly tied the Czechs, the Americans never produced the kind of galvanizing moment that the 1980 squad got from Bill Baker in the last 30 seconds of the Sweden game and kept creating every seven minutes for two weeks.

    "Emotion is something you can't manufacture," Vairo said. "It has to be spontaneous. It's no good if it's fake. And we never had a chance to generate it."

    Until Pat LaFontaine led a two-minute, three-goal tattoo at the end of the Austria game, the Americans never managed to freewheel the way they had for six months against NHL clubs, college varsities, the Canadians and the Soviet B team.

    When you asked the players what they regretted most, that was it: The world never really saw what we can do.

    Vairo would say that he'd give anything to begin the Games afresh, without the jiggy feeling that led to the numbness that led to the drowning feeling the Americans couldn't escape for three games.

    "It was like sinking," Vairo thought. "We were reaching for a rope and it was always a half-inch away. It was one of those deals."

    One moment, he says, crowned the whole grim two weeks for him. "David A. Jensen is in front of the Polish goal," Vairo remembered. "There's nobody within 15 feet of him. LaFontaine puts the puck right on his stick. It bounces off, David steps on the puck and falls down. Nobody within 15 feet of him. That, to me, sums up the way it was for us the whole tournament."

    No apologies, no excuses. If you want to blame Vairo, Vairo will take the blame. "I've got big shoulders," he said. "I take the responsibility for the record. It comes with the territory".

    He knew it was a thankless task when he signed on. "I'm proud I coached this team," Vairo insisted. "I'm proud I had the guts to take on a situation that could very well have turned out like it has. And I'm proud of the players who took the same risk. Our country was built on taking chances."

    Mike Eruzione and his Boys of Winter left a large wake behind them, and this team was forced to swash around in it since July. Everybody from Vogue to Ted Koppel wanted a piece of them. "People said we were celebrities before we ever got here," Vairo mused. "Maybe we could have put paper bags over our heads and snuck around back doors of rinks."

    They didn't then and they won't now. This is an American team that hides

    from nobody. "People will want to ask questions," Verchota said. "And that's fine. But I really don't feel that people will come up to me when I'm having a beer and pick a fight with me because we didn't win."

    Still, the US hockey team comes home today with no medal and no magic, and the players aren't quite sure how their countrymen will receive them.

    "I don't know how many friends we have left," John Harrington said. "We have us 20, though.
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    Canadians To Squeal If Us Protests

    CANADIANS TO SQUEAL IF US PROTESTS
    Boston Globe
    February 5, 1984
    Author: John Powers Globe Staff
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    They were grouped together for a photograph as soon as they stepped off the plane here two days ago. "The four bad guys," joked Canadian hockey goalie Mario Gosselin. Mark Morrison, his fellow desperado, nodded. "Maybe," Morrison mused, "we should wear black hats."

    Or scarlet letters. Gosselin, Morrison and teammates Dan Wood and Don Dietrich have been told by their Olympic committee that they are amateurs - or at least as amateur as any of the "amateurs" here. The US Olympic Committee says they are professionals because they've signed NHL contracts. What they are is bewildered.
    "I'm just a hockey player," says Dietrich, "here to represent my country."

    Tomorrow, his country intends to submit Dietrich's name along with those of the other "bad guys" with its official 20-man roster. When Canada does, and when the USOC files its protest, the four players will become the focus of perhaps the most widespread eligibility dispute in Olympic history.

    By the time it is resolved - if it is resolved at all - the debate could involve more than a dozen players from half of the 12 hockey-playing countries at the Winter Games. All of them, claim Finnish officials, have played in either the NHL, the old WHA or for a minor-league team.

    "We've done homework," agrees Canadian Amateur Hockey Assn. president Murray Costello, "to indicate that a number of teams are every bit as eligible - or ineligible - as the Canadian team."

    And if the four Canadians are banned from these Games, Costello says the entire team may pull out. "It's one of the options," he says, "that may have to be considered."

    Meanwhile, with the opening game against the USA looming Tuesday afternoon, Gosselin and his mates wait and fret. "I cannot say it is not on my mind," says Gosselin, "because it is. I try to not think about it, but it is a factor. It has been this way for a long time but we all try to ignore it.'

    Gosselin has done nothing more than sign a contract with the Nordiques, but by International Olympic Committee rules, that makes him a professional. Dietrich played six games for the Black Hawks this year, Morrison nine games for the Rangers two years ago. And Wood has spent several seasons in the Central Hockey League.

    The players were told when they joined the team that the Hockey Canada people were launching a crusade designed to give their team a fighting chance four years from now, when Calgary will host the Winter Games. They were told that there might be some turbulence about it.

    "We're being used as bait," Morrison concedes. "But it's for the betterment of hockey in Canada. Everyone knows that we haven't done too well in Olympic hockey recently. They're using us now so in 1988 they can use better players."

    What Canada wants is the right to suit up anyone who has not played 10 NHL games. They say that the International Ice Hockey Federation, which runs the sport at the amateur level, has already agreed to it.

    And Canadian officials are upset that their American comrades not only are not supporting them, but are challenging them.

    "If the American officials had their way," says Hockey Canada chairman W.Z. (Bud) Estey, "we'd come here with 14 women on our team and two women goalies from the University of Toronto. That seems to be what they want Canadian hockey to be."

    US Olympic hockey coach Lou Vairo scoffs at Canadian claims that four of his players had signed NHL contracts and should be ineligible for the Games.

    "I've talked to the team half a dozen times about that," Vairo said as the Americans took the ice for their first pre-Olympic practice here. "I said: Do nothing, sign nothing.' And every one of them has assured us that they haven't signed a contract."

    A day earlier, Estey, who is also a Canadian supreme court justice, said his people could prove several Americans had done so. Estey also ripped US officials for lining up against what he said was America's last ally "on the face of the earth."

    Vairo, who'd read Estey's comments, was furious at "this judge guy. You'd better believe that bothers me," he said. "I didn't know he was (Prime Minister Pierre) Trudeau. I'm very insulted. And if I was a Canadian, I'd be even more insulted to have a judge speaking for my country."

    That was merely the latest exchange in a sniping volley which has escalated ever since Hockey Canada adviser Alan Eagleson claimed that two members of the 1980 US team had been professionals before they played at Lake Placid.

    "We're laughing at it," says 1980 captain Mike Eruzione, whom Eagleson named along with defenseman Ken Morrow. "He's trying to take something away from us and from the country, something he has no clue about. What does Alan Eagleson want me to do? Go around the country and say, Forget what you saw, it never happened.
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    Olympics 4 Ruled Ineligible By Ioc

    4 RULED INELIGIBLE BY IOC
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    The International Olympic Committe ruled today that anyone who has ever signed a contract with the National Hockey League is not eligible for the Winter Olympics.

    The ruling means that at least four players from two teams will be disqualified from the Olympics.
    The IOC settled the battle within its ranks over hockey eligibility by deciding that an NHL contract made a player a professional under Olympic rules, endorsing the position of its Eligibility Commission.

    Murray Costello, president of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, said after the ruling, "They did not mention the names of any players. But, yes, they seem to be limiting it to the NHL."

    The IOC asked each team to investigate its players and if any of them violates the rule the player should be disqualified from the Games.

    But it applies directly to four of the players who have been tied up in the hockey eligibility controvery of recent days.

    Hockey, the first event of these Games, is scheduled to get under way tomorrow and the IOC ruling has the effect of disqualifying Mark Morrison and Don Dietrich of Canada and Jim Corsi and Rich Bragnalo of Italy.

    The IOC stated, "The Eligibility Commission, in agreement with the IIHF (governing body of the sport), states as of today that players are not eligible when they have or have had a contract with the National Hockey League."

    The press release distributed by the IOC said the commission's proposal was approved. It was given to reporters a little more than an hour before the rosters were to be submitted for the Olympic hockey tournament.

    Five other players whose amateur status was under question after a protest by Finland might well be able to play in the Olympics under the decision. They are Rich Cunningham and Greg Holst of Austria, Dan Wood of Canada, Thomas Milani of Italy and Bjoern Skaare of Norway.

    The IOC said that each team should check its players and if any ineligible ones are found they should be withdrawn.

    The teams would be given four days to replace any players striken from a

    roster for failing to meet the standards.

    But, Murray Costello said after the IOC announcement, that he would submit a roster tonight containing the names of all 20 players.

    Costello told reporters, "We will submit all 20 names on the team we brought here and see what happens. We're kind of uncertain about the way the whole thing was stated.

    Morrison played nine games with the New York Rangers two seasons ago and Dietrich was with the Chicago Black Hawks earlier this season. Corsi, a goaltender, spent a season with the Edmonton Oilers and Bragnalo played parts of two seasons with the Washington Capitals. But none of those players had signed a contract.

    The IOC ruling came in the early evening here and followed a three-hour meeting among Olympic officials and the countries involved in the series of eligibility disputes that have arisen over the teams here.

    The committee reached a decision this morning on the eligibility of nine hockey players but delayed announcement of that decision until late afternoon.

    Willi Daume, chairman of the Eligibility commission, said, "The announcement is not ready, but we have a decision. It is not so easy and we still are working on things. We have reached a decision but we cannot say what it is. It has to be discussed with the IOC."

    Finnish hockey officials said they had dropped protests over two players, including one who was injured and was not present for the XIV Olympic Winter Games.

    Morrisson, Wood and Dietrich also are among the four Canadian players that the United State Olympic Committee has said should not be allowed to play as amateurs.

    The fourth player that has concerned USOC officials, Mario Gosselin, was not on the Finnish protest list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmartinez

    February 13, 1984

    Canada vs Norway

    Canada 8, Norway 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    09:44 CAN Courtnall (unassisted)
    10:53 CAN Lowe (Flatley)
    Penalties
    00:45 NOR Foyn
    00:45 CAN Bartel
    05:58 CAN Flatley
    12:21 NOR Jarlsbo

    2nd Period
    Goals
    05:14 CAN Flatley (Lidster)
    14:14 CAN Gagner (Courtnall)
    17:57 CAN Driver (Patrick,Gagnner)
    Penalties
    06:51 CAN Driver
    10:48 NOR Skaare
    17:20 NOR Foyn

    3rd Period
    Goals
    06:37 CAN Daigneault (Courtnall,Gagner)
    09:41 CAN Gagner (Daigneault)
    16:44 NOR Foyn (Andersen)
    18:18 CAN Gagner (unassisted)
    Penalties
    03:35 CAN Donnelly
    09:00 NOR Karlstad
    12:39 CAN Flatley
    12:39 NOR Abrahamsen

    Goalies:
    CAN Gosselin (40 Min 0 GA, 14 SV),Eliot (20 Min 1 GA, 3 SV)
    NOR Marthinsen

    SOG: CAN 38, NOR 18

    Goals by Period
    CAN 2 3 3 -8
    NOR 0 0 1 -1
    Goaltender Goldstein played for Norway after the second Canadian goal.

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    Great job, Martinez. Here's what you need for Day 1 (7.1. 1984)

    FINLAND 4, AUSTRIA 3 (assists)
    1:0 (17:24) Jarmo Mätitalo (note spelling error) (Erkki Laine)
    2:0 (32:51) Anssi Melamätsa (Erkki Laine)
    3:0 (37:03) Petri Skriko (unass.) SH1
    3:1 (37:54) Rudolf König (Herbert Pöck) PP1
    3:2 (42:03) Thomas Cijan (unass.) PP1
    4:2 (46:03) Arto Javanainen (Raimo Helminen)
    4:3 (52:30) Rudolf König (Richard Cunningham, Kevin Greenbank)

    minor correction conc. penalties: Tuohimaa (3rd period) received 2+2 for roughing
    SOG: 29:31


    Sweden 11, Italy 3

    Assists have apparantly been inserted correctly
    SOG: 44-26
    Goalie breakdown: Sweden okay. Italy: unfortunately Italy didn't have a reserve goalie! (Capone played all game)

    Czechoslovakia 10, Norway 4
    Assists:
    1st Period
    Goals
    09:56 TCH Pasek (unass)
    15:55 TCH Lukac (Richtr)
    2nd Period
    Goals
    03:03 TCH Caldr (Pasek)
    04:21 TCH Ruzicka (Richtr)
    07:24 TCH Lukac (unass)
    10:40 NOR Lovdal (unass)
    11:11 TCH Lukac (Rusnak)
    15:24 TCH Hrdina (Ruzicka)
    17:39 NOR Thoresen (unass)
    01:29 NOR Andersen (Myhre)
    03:55 TCH Kadlec (unass)
    06:46 TCH Svoboda (Rusnak)
    07:18 NOR Lien (Skaare)
    09:53 TCH Hrdina (Horava)
    SOG: 39:25


    West Germany vs Yugoslavia (need assist, SOG)
    West Germany 8, Yugoslavia 1

    1st Period
    Goals
    00:59 YUG Besic
    11:54 FRG Kuhnhackl (Kiessling)

    2nd Period
    Goals
    02:18 FRG Wolf (Niederberger)
    06:58 FRG Kuhnhackl (Steiger)
    11:37 FRG Kuhnhackl (Steiger)
    17:57 FRG Hiemer (Kühnhackl)

    3rd Period
    Goals
    09:23 FRG Kuhl
    11:33 FRG Kreis (Reindl)
    17:05 FRG Berndaner (Roedger)


    SOG: FRG 59 , YUG 26

    USSR 12, POL 1
    SOG RUS 61, POL 21

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    Thanks!

    Thank you for the help on day one, and the spelling fix as well.....

    Excellent work!

    David

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    Martinez, as for 1981 goalie stats, I have;

    GAA
    Games played
    minutes
    SOG
    but not goalie breakdown

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    Karsten,

    That's all I really need for the goalies anyway.....thank you for looking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmartinez
    Karsten,

    That's all I really need for the goalies anyway.....thank you for looking...

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    Please let me know if you want the stats. I will then publish it here shortly.

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    Yes, when you have the time, that would be great!

    Thank you!

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    Please help.

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    Okay, within one hour...

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    Here we go. I did find the SVS% so the stats are pretty complete.


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    I really appreciate the time you took here....

    Thank you so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drax
    Not necessary. Yugoslav Olympic team in 1984 was 100% Slovenian, composed of players from Jesenice and Olimpija. As we all know, Slovenia is today perfectly capable of playing Italy on equal basis (although Slovenians lost the decisive game against Italy in World Group) and would definitely fared better against Poland than it did twenty two years ago.

    I doubt Sweden could now beat Slovenia 13:0 and I also doubt Germans would have won 8-1.

    Just because term "Yugoslavia" was transfered to Serbian hockey since 1992, doesn't mean that post-1992 "Yugoslav" hockey had anything to do with pre-1992 one.


    In world relations, Serbian hockey was in 1984 as exotic as now - Division 2 rank.
    yes, 90% of the yugoslav league was slovenian. even though serbian, croatian clubs had teams, their strongest players in non slovenian clubs were generally also slovenian. if i remember correctly slovenian teams olimpiya and jesenice had won all the yugoslav championships for most of the last 30 years.

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    This is an excellent thread! Thank you to David Martinez and everyone else who contributed. The 1984 and 1988 Games were very special to me and being able to have this data is really precious. There's no way to ever fully appreciate this. :)

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    I'd love to see 1988 someday...

    I've been using Google Newspaper search for boxscores, but that is incomplete and slow going. :)

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    Which games from 1988 do you need?

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    Well, if I know I have the game summaries from the newspapers and the lineups for the games involving Sweden, so I would love to get the lineups for the other games. The Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto doesn't have them. In fact they have very little on the 1988 OG.

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