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    InLine Hockey World Championship 2007, Germany


    Landshut and Passau, May 27 - June 2, 2007

    Groups
    Group A
    USA (1)
    Germany (4)
    Czech R. (5)
    Austria (8)

    Group B
    Sweden (2)
    Finland (3)
    Slovakia (6)
    Slovenia (7)

    Group C
    G. Britain (9)
    Japan (12)
    Namibia (13)
    S. Africa (16)

    Group D
    Hungary (10)
    Brazil (11)
    Australia (14)
    N. Zealand (15)

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    Austria Team Austria

    Goaltenders:
    STARKBAUM Bernhard, VSV
    WEISSKIRCHER Florian

    Defenders:
    GRUBER Gerd, Linz
    PITTL Stefan, Salzburg
    ALTMANN Mario, Vienna
    PRIVOZNIK Georg, Graz
    KIRISITS Johannes, KAC
    TEPPERT Tino, KAC

    URBAN Thomas

    Forwards:
    POLLROSS Michael
    AUER Thomas, Innsbruck
    BAUMGARTNER Gregor, Linz
    HEINL Harald
    KRAIGER Jens, KAC
    DOLEZAL Christian, Vienna

    STURM Martin

    Blue...EBEL player
    Bold...National team player (ice hockey)

    Aimed goal:
    Same as at the IHWC tournament in Russia: Avoid relegation (i.e. stay in the top 8)

    Perhaps I find the time to make the trip to Passau (just 1:30 hours to drive from my place) and shoot some photos...

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    Germany Team Germany

    35 CONTI Leo, EV Ravensburg
    33 OWER Thomas, Blue Devils Weiden
    30 VOLLMER Jochen, EHC München

    7 BAZANY Marian, DEG Metro Stars
    2 DÜCK Alexander, Krefeld Pinguine
    16 FRIEDL Björn, ETC Crimmitschau
    80 POLACZEK Aleksander Sinupret, Ice Tigers, Nürnberg
    77 SCHINKÖTHE Jan, Tölzer Löwen
    18 SLAVETINSKY Lukas, Ingolstadt Panther
    79 TÖLZER Steffen, Augsburger Panther
    26 VOGL Thomas, EV Landsberg 2000

    25 ABSTREITER Peter, Straubing Tigers
    55 BLANK Boris, Krefeld Pinguine
    22 BUZAS Patrick, Augsburger Panther
    34 HUHN Daniel, EV Landsberg 2000
    13 JUNG Florian, Bietigheim Steelers
    47 MENGE Daniel, ESC Dresden
    19 REIMER Patrick, DEG Metro Stars
    23 WOLF Michael, Iserlohn Roosters
    11 WÖRLE Tobias, Frankfurt Lions

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    Finland Finland roster

    Goalies
    Sasu Hovi, Pahalampi Tampere
    Antti Niemi, MahtiAnkat Vantaa

    Defensemen
    Aki Tuominen, MahtiAnkat Vantaa
    Teemu Kolehmainen, MahtiAnkat Vantaa
    Tommi Heinonen, Kiekko-67 Turku
    Krister Pietsalo, Roller Eagles Uusikaupunki
    Santtu Viljakainen, Devils Kuopio
    Tuomas Valosaari, GrIFK Kauniainen
    Jonne Vaahtera, MahtiAnkat Vantaa
    Jani Honkanen, MahtiAnkat Vantaa

    Forwards
    Sami Ryhänen, MahtiAnkat Vantaa
    Toni Mäkiaho, MahtiAnkat Vantaa
    Lennart Petrell, MahtiAnkat Vantaa
    Mikko Liukkonen, Devils Kuopio
    Cami Miettinen, GrIFK Kauniainen
    Kari Lohtander, Näätä Rollers Nokia
    Miikka Lindholm, MahtiAnkat Vantaa
    Marko Virtala, Roller Eagles Uusikaupunki

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    There are some interesting names to follow in team Finland.

    Goalies: If I'm not mistaken, Sasu Hovi is the Slovakian champion from this season and Antti Niemi is the starter of Pelicans of SM-liiga.

    Defense: Aki Tuominen has played several seasons in SM-liiga.

    Forwards: Toni Mäkiaho was the best scorer of HPK this season. Sami Ryhänen was second in scoring in Saipa. Lennart Petrell played in HIFK and had a good season.
    Aqua jacta est

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    USA Team USA

    Ernie Hartlieb (Sterling Heights, Mich.)
    Derek Kern (Smithtown, N.Y.)
    Lee Sweatt (Elburn, Ill.)
    Thomas Bruce (Mount Sinai, N.Y.)
    Chris Popescu (Sterling Heights, Mich.)
    Aaron Moss (Denver, Colo.)
    Chris Peterson (Clinton Township, Mich.)
    C.J. Yoder (Elizabethtown, Pa.)
    Jami Yoder (Elizabethtown, N.Y.)
    Jeff Reynaert
    Dan Costanza (Arlington Heights, Ill.)
    Greg Thompson (Long Island, N.Y.)
    Brian Yingling (Johnstown, Pa.)
    J.P. Beilsten (St. Louis, Mo.)
    Mark Costanza (Arlington Heights, Ill.)

    USA hockey

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    Quote Originally Posted by pihinalle View Post
    There are some interesting names to follow in team Finland.
    There are also other interesting names.

    Mikko Liukkonen was his team's (KooKoo) best scorer in Mestis. Also Miikka Lindholm and defenders Teemu Kolehmainen played for KooKoo. Camilo Miettinen was the 4th best scorer in the A-juniors SM-Liiga the past year and the best in playoffs (21 pts in 12 games!). Marko Virtala is the Mestis champion with Hokki and was the 2nd best scorer in the playoffs (behind his brother Teemu). Defender Jani Honkanen played in UHL, Tommi Heinonen in Mestis and Kari Lohtander was one of the leading players in the Titaanit team that just promoted to Mestis this spring.

    All in all, I am very interested in seeing how this team fares.
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    Great Britain Team Great Britain

    Stuart Brian
    Chris Colgate
    John Dolan
    Simon Hehir (captain)
    Kris Hendy
    Johnny Mitchell
    Alex Pearman
    Andrew Sillitoe (player and coach)
    Andy Skelding
    Aaron Shinwell
    Joe Wightman
    Remi Moses*
    James Tanner
    Dan Wood
    Kurt Waller
    Mike Child

    www.globalinlinehockey.com

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    Team Namibia

    Asmus, Daniel
    Debortoli, Marco
    Ellinger, Michael
    Ely, Riyaan (A)
    Ely, Zaid
    Faber, Bastian (A)
    Giersch, Timo
    Güther, Jörg
    Kotze, Quintin (C)
    Lohmeier, Michael
    Lohmeier, Oliver
    Rodenwoldt, Arne
    Rodenwoldt, Erik
    van Biljon, Vincent
    Werner, René

    www.niiha101.com

    btw. we need a Namibia flag

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    Quote Originally Posted by pihinalle View Post
    There are some interesting names to follow in team Finland.

    Goalies: If I'm not mistaken, Sasu Hovi is the Slovakian champion from this season
    Yes, you're right, and he was voted as best goalie in slovak Extraliga

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    Interesting that from 1st to 7th July in Bilbao (SPA) there will be another Inline WC, organized by Firs (Federation International de Roller Sport)
    Probably inline hockey is only sport with 2 different WC...

    Official site: www.hockeylineabilbao.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davide View Post
    Interesting that from 1st to 7th July in Bilbao (SPA) there will be another Inline WC, organized by Firs (Federation International de Roller Sport)
    Probably inline hockey is only sport with 2 different WC...

    Official site: www.hockeylineabilbao.com
    Hopefully there will be only one event in the future! I see no advantages in such a solution.

    Do IIHF and FIRS use the same rule book?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davide View Post
    Probably inline hockey is only sport with 2 different WC...[/URL]
    Aerobics has two unions too with their own championships. And don't even mention boxing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toni View Post
    Hopefully there will be only one event in the future! I see no advantages in such a solution.

    Do IIHF and FIRS use the same rule book?
    I don't believe so. I think FIRS uses a smaller rink with no offsides. I also think they do three periods instead of 4 quarters like the IIHF does. Don't quote me though, it's been awhile since I played organized inline. :P

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    Day #1 and #2 games - 26/27.05

    26.05.2007 Landshut Germany - Czech Republic 10:0

    27.05.2007 Landshut Brasil - Austria 6:5
    27.05.2007 Passau Japan - Namibia 6:3
    27.05.2007 Landshut New Zealand - Hungary 9:8
    27.05.2007 Passau South Africa - Great Britain 1:7
    27.05.2007 Landshut Slovenia - Sweden 4:3
    27.05.2007 Passau USA - Czech Republic 3:4
    27.05.2007 Landshut Finland - Slovakia 8:4
    27.05.2007 Passau Germany - Austria 8:1

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Helix- View Post
    I don't believe so. I think FIRS uses a smaller rink with no offsides. I also think they do three periods instead of 4 quarters like the IIHF does. Don't quote me though, it's been awhile since I played organized inline. :P
    I think you are right. Those were the significant changes to games when NZ moved across from FIRS. Not sure about the rink size. The four quarters is a hard one to get used to. Although they are only ten minutes long, it makes a game seem to last for ages. I remember thinking at the time how stupid off sides and icing would be in inline, but I think it actually improved the game tremendously from the spectator point of view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenda View Post
    Although they are only ten minutes long, it makes a game seem to last for ages.
    For FIRS? IIHF is 12 minute quarters.
    Bringing ice hockey to Northwest China!

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    Day 3, 27.5.

    Sweden - Slovakia 13-1
    Finland - Slovenia 1-2
    Austria - USA 1-10

    Brazil - New Zealand 5-3
    Hungary - Australia 5-8
    Japan - South Africa 5-3
    Great Britain - Namibia 7-2

    http://www.inlinehockey-wcs.com/en/h...in-division-i/

    Slovenia is being a stunner so far. They have now beaten two of the three biggest favorites to win the tourney (Sweden and Finland with the third one being USA).
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    The USA team consists of amateurs....3 of whom are from right around where I live in New York, and have played in many of the same club leagues I have.

    It will be interesting to see how they do, regardless of their high seeding.

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    Austria : Slovenia 2:1 OT

    :( That was harsh...

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    Quarterfinal results:
    USA - Finland 4-7
    Sweden - Czech R. 6-2
    Slovenia - Austria 1-2 OT
    Germany - Slovakia 10-2

    I am surprised that Slovenia didn't make it. They won all their games in the group stage while Austria had to play a qualification game vs. Great Britain to even get to QF (and won it in OT only).

    Semifinal matchups:
    Austria - Finland
    Germany - Sweden
    "Lord Baelish, what you suggest is treason."
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    Semifinale result #1:
    Austria - Finland 5-6

    :( Nevertheless a very good result for Austrian team.

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