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    Israel Israel Senior League 2008/09

    The Israel League has been growed and reached the record number of the participating teams - 8. The two new adde teams are Metula Junior squad and the team from Herzliya (smal town near Tel-Aviv).

    Therefore, the teams are:

    • Haifa Hawks - last champion
    • HC Metula
    • HC Maalot
    • Rishon Devils
    • Bat Yam Piranhas
    • Eagles Rekhovot
    • HC Hertzliya
    • HC Metula junior team
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    The scheldue

    Regular Season


    31.10.08
    Metula Jr. - Metula
    Hertzliya - Haifa
    Rekhovot - Maalot

    07.11.08
    Bat Yam - Metula
    Metula Jr. - Rishon
    Rekhovot- Haifa

    14.11.08
    Bat Yam- Rishon
    Maalot- Haifa
    Hertzliya - Rekhovot

    28.11.08
    Rishon- Metula
    Bat Yam - Metula Jr.
    Hertzliya - Maalot

    02.01.09
    Rishon- Maalot
    Hertzliya - Metula
    Metula Jr. - Haifa

    16.01.09
    Maalot- Metula
    Bat Yam - Haifa
    Metula Jr. - Rekhovot

    23.01.09
    Maalot- Bat Yam
    Hertzliya - Rishon
    Metula - Rekhovot

    30.01.09
    Hertzliya - Metula Jr.

    06.02.09
    Rishon- Haifa
    Rekhovot- Bat Yam
    Metula - Maalot

    13.02.09
    Hertzliya - Bat Yam
    Rekhovot- Rishon
    Metula - Haifa


    PlayOff

    20.02.09, 27.02.09 - Quaterfinals

    27.03.09 - Semifinals

    03.04.09 - 3rd place game, Final

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    First of all, Aldair, - WELCOME BACK! We've certainly missed you.

    As for the Israeli league, 2008-2009:

    I actually see this new schedule and the adding of the two new teams as an unwelcome step backwards for the league and for Israeli hockey, not as a step forward, and here is why I feel that way:

    1. While the number of teams has increased, Israeli league teams typically only have 2 lines of offensemen, 4 defensemen, and a single goaltender. The league and the teams would be better served by, at a minimum, carrying 3 lines of offense, 3 lines of defense, and 2 goaltenders.

    2. The teams need coaches. The players coach themselves on all of the teams except Metula (and now perhaps except for Metula Jr.). The teams also need ice time for practice, not just for game play. Except for Metula, none of the teams ever even practice on the ice together. At a bare minimum, each club should be practicing once per week on an inline rink. It's not ice time, but it's very similar and certainly better than nothing. Certainly it can develop stickhandling skills and team tactics. Ice time would be needed for shot development and ice skating skills as these are different on ice than with inline skates.

    3. The teams need proper jerseys (except for maybe Haifa, the teams don't even have matching jerseys for every player on each team) and proper equipment.

    4. The number of games per team last season had finally reached 10 per team, plus playoffs - not enough, but enough for a basic foundation. Now, the number of games per team has dropped to 7 games per team, plus playoffs. This is COMPLETELY inadequate, and, in my opinion, a major step backwards. Each team in an 8 team league should, at a minimum, play each opponent twice, for a 14 game regular season.

    5. Is there still an Israeli junior league this season, or has that been eliminated in favor of adding the two new teams? If basically all of Israel's junior players are playing with the senior players, it will not, in the case of Israeli hockey, make either the seniors or the juniors better. The Israeli junior league's level of play was/is very, very, very low. It will just bring the level of play in the Israeli men's league down from barely Junior B to nothing more than mediocre beer league level.

    The Israeli ice hockey federation needs to lean on the Metula Center, and, if it gets no help there, on the Israeli government, to get some more support for the sport in Israel. The single biggest needs out of everything I mentioned are more ice time per team - for both games and practices - and some coaches for each team to teach basic team tactics. The Metula Center should make ice time more available - even if at odd hours - and at a reduced rate for the odd hours. And the government of Israel should give the league some funding.

    The other question is this - what, if anything, are the clubs doing to attract new players? Most of the guys on Haifa, for example, are over 40 years old, or at the very least in their mid 30's. I believe the situation is similar for Maalot.

    The overriding factor is always money. However, Israel is not a poor country at all. Countries like Ireland and Spain and even Turkey have better organized leagues. If they can do it, Israel should certainly be able to.
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    Marc, the answer is simple- money !! Which we do not have... On the brighter side maybe I will play in one of the Febrauary game and then be able to give you the first hand account of what is happening

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    There are alleged reasons for the lack of money, David, which I will be writing about shortly.

    It's not a good situation, suffice it to say.

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    Thank you, Marc.

    Just a few comments:

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Is there still an Israeli junior league this season
    Yes, there will be a junior league. In general, youth issue does a little better than senior league, imho. There are more and more international tournaments israel youth teams involved in, the last one was this summer in France with teams from GB, Netherlands and Israel (and hosts od course).

    From Israel was Iceberg (Bat Yam) team. Dunno, however, how much succesfull it was...But guys has acquired some experience.

    Generally, Ice Hockey is still has very low level of popularity in Israel, most of the people don't even know about such game, and for sure don't know it played in Israel. And Federation seems does nothing to change the situation. Of course, money is the main problem, but some minimal marketing could be done without serious influences I think. Then, they can start to find some serious sponsor.

    But all this is thoughtless without new rink in the center of the country.

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    Yeah, give or take $35 mil federation can come up with about $4 mil , Maislin is gone....
    But sport is Popular and Russians especially do know about it. By the way in Brooklyn hockey there are teams which are 100% Israeli

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    Marc - is there a way that people can help out some of the Israeli League teams? A set of jerseys would not set anyone back a lot of money.

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    The problem is that the money will allegedly not make its way to the clubs. As I said, I'm preparing an article on the situation.

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    I'm looking forward to reading your piece. For a couple of hundred $'s people could easily have jerseys made and ship them to team captains - or am I being far too simplistic here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldair View Post
    Regular Season


    31.10.08
    Metula Jr. - Metula
    Hertzliya - Haifa
    Rekhovot - Maalot

    07.11.08
    Bat Yam - Metula
    Metula Jr. - Rishon
    Rekhovot- Haifa

    14.11.08
    Bat Yam- Rishon
    Maalot- Haifa
    Hertzliya - Rekhovot

    28.11.08
    Rishon- Metula
    Bat Yam - Metula Jr.
    Hertzliya - Maalot

    02.01.09
    Rishon- Maalot
    Hertzliya - Metula
    Metula Jr. - Haifa

    16.01.09
    Maalot- Metula
    Bat Yam - Haifa
    Metula Jr. - Rekhovot

    23.01.09
    Maalot- Bat Yam
    Hertzliya - Rishon
    Metula - Rekhovot

    30.01.09
    Hertzliya - Metula Jr.

    06.02.09
    Rishon- Haifa
    Rekhovot- Bat Yam
    Metula - Maalot

    13.02.09
    Hertzliya - Bat Yam
    Rekhovot- Rishon
    Metula - Haifa


    PlayOff

    20.02.09, 27.02.09 - Quaterfinals

    27.03.09 - Semifinals

    03.04.09 - 3rd place game, Final
    what time are the games? (i just started learning not to far away and i would like to come see a few)

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    Quote Originally Posted by effi gorodetzer View Post
    what time are the games? (i just started learning not to far away and i would like to come see a few)
    Hi, first game starts at 19.00, second - 20.30, third - 22.00

    Ticket costs 12 NIS (one hour before the start of the first game)

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    thanks. i will do my best to make it at least once during this season know that i'm finally up north(i'm in Maalot) i have a real chance to make it to a game or two.

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    Aldair, maybe you will see me in February playing in one of those games

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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    Aldair, maybe you will see me in February playing in one of those games

    Which team?

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    well, after looking closely at the actual dates of the games i will not be able to come to any of them do to the fact that they are played on friday nights.

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    Israel results 1 round

    HC Metula (Metula) - Maccabi Zair (Metula) 4-1
    Haifa Hawks (Haifa) - Ice Time (Herzlia) 0-5
    HC Maalot (Maalot) - Eagles (Rehovot) 10-0

    What means Maccabi Zair?
    WHo could help me with the symbols of Maccabi Zair and Ice Time Herzlia and or pictures?
    Big surprise hat the hawks lost from Ice Time


    Greetings,
    Rowan

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    Quote Originally Posted by rowan View Post
    What means Maccabi Zair?
    Tzair means junior in Hebrew. It's just Metula junior team.

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    Aldair, you should add Metula Jr. to the list of teams in the first post of this thread - only 7 teams are currently listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Aldair, you should add Metula Jr. to the list of teams in the first post of this thread - only 7 teams are currently listed.

    Right, thanks:)

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    Israel 2nd round results

    Group A

    Haifa - Rekhovot 4:1


    Group B

    Rishon - Metula Jr. 0:7

    The another scheduled game, Bat-Yam - Metula wasn't played for some reason.

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    Aldair, are they playing every week now or every other week ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    Aldair, are they playing every week now or every other week ?
    Both, look at the scheldue posted above

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    What the heck is going on with Haifa and Rishon?

    Does Ice Time Herzliya have some familiar names that used to play for the more established clubs?

    How did Rishon, with the likes of Avishai Geller (assuming he still plays there), lose to a bunch of kids?

    Where are the big names from the national team playing this season? I assume Gusin is with Bat Yam, Geller with Rishon, Korotin and Amromin with Haifa, and Revniaga with Maalot. Am I correct? What about the other "known" names from the national team who actually play in the league (such as Belo, Butbull, Rebibo, Larin)?

    As for the splitting of Metulla, is the average age of the Junior team still between 14 to 17 ?

    If so, why is Oren Zamir, who's got to be about 20 by now, playing with them (i.e., the Junior team) ? What is now the average age of the main (i.e., not the Junior) Metula team?

    Alright, Aldair, that's a lot of questions.....get to work, mate! :)

    Also, I have not written my article on the troubles within Israeli hockey because I am still gathering source information, which is hard to come by.

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    Marc, there were many migartion, and the situation is next more or less: Bat-Yam is former Rishon + Bat Yam (Gussin);

    Metula Jr. - is mostly the guys that finished their army services and returned to play, including Oren Zamir. Give them some time - they willbe strong as before, hopefully.

    Haifa is very weak right now. Korotin is in Maalot. The only plus-minus seriuos player there is Amromin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldair View Post
    The another scheduled game, Bat-Yam - Metula wasn't played for some reason.
    My mistake.

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    Israel Round 2

    Group A

    Haifa - Rekhovot 4:1 (1:0, 2:0, 1:1)

    1:0 - Stolyar (Shopinsky,14.40)
    2:0 - Shopinsky (Sherel, 24.21)
    3:0 - Shopinsky (34.16)
    3:1 - Feitelevich (Karasin, 54.58)
    PIM: 4-2
    Att.: 21


    Group B

    Rishon - Metula Jr. 0:7 (0:4, 0:2, 0:1)

    0:1 - Oravich (08.00)
    0:2 - Yakubovich (07.19)
    0:3 - Zamir (Alteman, 09.30)
    0:4 - Zamir (Alteman, 15.55)
    0:5 - Revivo (Gada, 23.50)
    0:6 - Revivo (Yakubovich, 38.30)
    0:7 - ?? (43.15)
    PIM: 4 - 14
    Att.: 56


    Metula - Bat-Yam 1:2 SO (1:0, 0:1, 0:0, 0:1) *

    1:0 - Yosef (15.20)
    1:1 - Grinberg (33.00)
    1:2 - Grinberg (60.00, GWS)
    PIM: 2 - 12
    Att.: 20

    * - There is no overtimes, just penalty shots after a tie during regular time

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    Israel Round 3

    Just a results for now:

    14/11

    Group A

    Maalot - Haifa 5:0

    Rekhovot - Hertzliya 1:18



    Group B

    Bat - Yam - Rishon 13:2

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    Israel Standings

    Group A

    Team GPWOTWOTLLGF:GAP
    1. Hertzliya 2200023:16
    2. Maalot2200015:06
    3. Haifa310024:113
    4. Rekhovot300032:320


    Group B

    Team GPWOTWOTLLGF:GAP
    1. Bat-Yam 2110015:35
    2. Metula210105:34
    3. Metula Jr.210018:43
    4. Rishon Le-Zion200022:200
    Last edited by Aldair; 18-11-2008 at 13:01.

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    Round 4 - 28.11.08

    Metula Jr. - Bat-Yam 2:3 SO

    Metula - Rishon 10:0

    Maalot - Hertzliya 2:1 SO



    Group A

    Team GPWOTWOTLLGF:GAP
    1. Maalot3210017:18
    2. Hertzliya 3201024:37
    3. Haifa310024:113
    4. Rekhovot300032:320


    Group B

    Team GPWOTWOTLLGF:GAP
    1. Bat-Yam 3120018:57
    2. Metula3201015:37
    3. Metula Jr.3101110:74
    4. Rishon Le-Zion300032:300
    Last edited by Aldair; 03-12-2008 at 20:52.

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    I believe Bat Yam's record is now actually 1 win, 1 OT/SO win, and 1 OT/SO loss. That would leave them with 6 points.

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    Bat Yam's record is actually 1 win and 2 shootout wins. We beat Metulla Tzair in a shootout last Friday.

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    Ah, I see. Aldair obviously just accidentally reversed the scoreline.

    Welcome to the forums, by the way.

    Avishai, if you haven't seen them, check out my Israeli hockey articles at www.insidehockey.com. I interviewed Max (Birbraer) a few months ago and have done some other pieces. I correspond with Tal, who speaks very highly of you. I am trying to, in my published writings, promote (and educate the North American public about) Israeli hockey.

    I'd love to interview you about the national team and the Israeli league. Send me a PM with your contact info. and I'll prepare something.

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    Thanks, fixed:)

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    Israel sign me up

    Hi Gentlemen,

    I'm Joel and I have been keeping up on the forum for a while now. I am an avid hockey player and I'm making my way to Israel on a 6 month program in Tel Aviv and considering Aliyah while there. My trip starts in Metula on January 20th playing in a tournament with the rec hockey association (http://www.israelhockeyassociation.org/) but I'm confident that I could go for a more competitive game and I am looking to get set up with a team in the Senior League. Finding contacts for the league has been a challenge. Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    I already plan on hanging out for the games on Jan 23rd but hoping to set up with a team in advance. Thanks.

    Joel
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    Rice59 - welcome to the forums. If nobody has given you a contact yet, feel free to PM me and I will be happy to help.

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    Haifa's website is no longer updating league scores, so I am unable to update the standings at the moment.

    Aldair may have other sources for the scores, but I believe he is on military call-up right now as Israel defends itself against terrorism.

    Stay safe, Aldair.

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    Israel results?

    Does somebody knows the results?
    02.01.09
    Rishon- Maalot
    Hertzliya - Metula
    Metula Jr. - Haifa

    16.01.09
    Maalot- Metula
    Bat Yam - Haifa
    Metula Jr. - Rekhovot

    23.01.09
    Maalot- Bat Yam
    Hertzliya - Rishon
    Metula - Rekhovot

    30.01.09
    Hertzliya - Metula Jr.

    06.02.09
    Rishon- Haifa
    Rekhovot- Bat Yam
    Metula - Maalot

    13.02.09
    Hertzliya - Bat Yam
    Rekhovot- Rishon
    Metula - Haifa


    PlayOff

    20.02.09, 27.02.09 - Quaterfinals

    Greetings,
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    Rowan, I wish I did.

    I have done hours of research reverse Google-ing Russian and Hebrew sites to try and find them.

    The trouble is that Aldair is apparently MIA, and both the Haifa Hawks website and the Israeli league statistics website have not been updated in quite some time.

    I had been corresponding with Israeli national team plyer Avishai Geller, who currently plays for Bat Yam, but he also has not had a chance to get back to me yet.

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    Hy, guys, my disappearance wasn't caused by military service, but just because of too much work, that's all:)

    I'll try to update this thread with all scores by the end of the next week.

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    Israel Results

    The rest of Regular Season games



    02.01.09
    Rishon- Maalot 0:16
    Hertzliya - Metula 7:0
    Metula Jr. - Haifa 2:0

    16.01.09
    Maalot- Metula 3:2 OT
    Bat Yam - Haifa 2:4
    Metula Jr. - Rekhovot one point to each team

    23.01.09
    Maalot- Bat Yam 7:2
    Hertzliya - Rishon 18:1
    Metula - Rekhovot 7:0

    30.01.09
    Hertzliya - Metula Jr. 5:1

    06.02.09
    Rishon- Haifa 0:7
    Rekhovot- Bat Yam 1:7
    Metula - Maalot 2:3 OT

    13.02.09
    Hertzliya - Bat Yam 7:0
    Rekhovot- Rishon 10:0
    Metula - Haifa 3:0

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    Israel Final standings

    Both groups together, after regular season.

    Team GPWOTWOTLLGF:GAP
    1. Maalot7520047:619
    2. Hertzliya 7601061:419
    3. Metula7402127:1314
    4. Bat-Yam7220329:2410
    5. Haifa7300415:189
    6. Metula Jr.7201314:168*
    7. Rekhovot7100512:464*
    8. Rishon700073:810

    Metula Jr. - Rekhovot: each team got one point without playing the game between them
    Last edited by Aldair; 11-03-2009 at 19:27.

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    I'll update the quaterfinal tomorrow. There were no surprises: 4 best teams are provided to semis.

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    Aldair - first of all, a big thank you!

    A few things:

    1. The standings table needs correcting......if each team plays seven games, there should be a total of seven games in the various win/loss columns, but that's not the case. Certain teams look as if they played only six games (Metula Jr., Rekhovot), or even one game (Hertzliya).

    2. Where did you find the scores? Let me know, I'll keep them updated when you are unable to visit the forums for a few weeks at a time. I've traditionally gotten them from the Haifa Hawks' website, but they have not posted them this season, and the Israeli league stats website was never updated after the second or third game.

    3. With all of the player movement from last season to this season, can you get us rosters for the teams, or at least who the big three or four players are on each team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Aldair - first of all, a big thank you!

    A few things:

    1. The standings table needs correcting......if each team plays seven games, there should be a total of seven games in the various win/loss columns, but that's not the case. Certain teams look as if they played only six games (Metula Jr., Rekhovot), or even one game (Hertzliya).

    2. Where did you find the scores? Let me know, I'll keep them updated when you are unable to visit the forums for a few weeks at a time. I've traditionally gotten them from the Haifa Hawks' website, but they have not posted them this season, and the Israeli league stats website was never updated after the second or third game.

    3. With all of the player movement from last season to this season, can you get us rosters for the teams, or at least who the big three or four players are on each team?
    it's anyway a little bit strange. From Metulla I've found eight scores... and I've other +/- goals for mostly teams. But maybe I did a calculating mistake... (except the eight scores from Metulla...) But anyway, me too...... thanks Aldair for posting infos/scores. Great job.
    Cheers, Franco

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    1. The standings table needs correcting......if each team plays seven games, there should be a total of seven games in the various win/loss columns, but that's not the case. Certain teams look as if they played only six games (Metula Jr., Rekhovot), or even one game (Hertzliya).
    As I said before, the game between rekhovot and metula wasn't played, but each team got one point by the decision of the federation. In the case of Hertzliya, it was just my mistake. Fixed it, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    2. Where did you find the scores? Let me know, I'll keep them updated when you are unable to visit the forums for a few weeks at a time. I've traditionally gotten them from the Haifa Hawks' website, but they have not posted them this season, and the Israeli league stats website was never updated after the second or third game.
    No, you can't cause I got the scores from the officials protocolsof the games. My friend and workmate is the main statist of the league, he got all the stats, and I just make copies of his lists. There is still no site with all this site, hopefully next season it will be.

    This year there is also best scorers list, I''l post it soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    3. With all of the player movement from last season to this season, can you get us rosters for the teams, or at least who the big three or four players are on each team?
    I got the rosters. Not so full, but for 90% ok. I can post it

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    OK, Aldair, thanks for the information.

    Looking forward to the top scorers list and the rosters.

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    Israel Quaterfinals, February 20

    Bat-Yam -Metula Jr. Maccabi 7:1 (2:0, 2:1, 3:0)

    1:0 - Grinberg (Geller), 09.26
    2:0 - Yakel, 13.00
    2:1 - Tal, 20.17
    3:1 - Grinberg, 32.54
    4:1 - Nikolsky, 35.05
    5:1 - Grinberg, 42.43
    6:1 - Yakel (Koravlev), 51.15
    7:1 - Koravlev (Yakel), 52.54
    PIM: 6x2 - 9x2

    Metula - Rishon LeTzion 8:0 (5:0, 2:0, 1:0)

    1:0 - Kniter (Pisha), 03.06
    2:0 - Kniter, 05.12
    3:0 - Kniter (Dror), 08.50
    4:0 - 11.45
    5:0 - Pisha, 17.32
    6:0 - 20.41
    7:0 - Dror (Kniter), 23.25
    8:0 - Dror, 56.20
    PIM: 4x2+1x10(Kniter) - 4x2

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    Israel Quaterfinals, February 27

    Hertzliya - Haifa 7:2 (2;1, 1:1, 4:0)

    0:1 - Stolar, 5'
    1:1 - Merzon, 11'
    2:1 - Margulis (Chernyak), 16'
    2:2 - Stolar (Shufinsky), 30'
    3:2 - Korotin, 33'
    4:2 - Lebedev, 41'
    5:2 - Maklakov, 46'
    6:2 - Maklakov (Lebedev), 48'
    7:2 - Khizhnyakov, 57'


    Maalot - Rekhovot 17:1 (7:0, 4:1, 6:0)

    1:0 - Shvartzman (Golodnitsky S.), 1'
    2:0 - Kovler (Revnyaga), 8'
    3:0 - Revnyaga, 10'
    4:0 - Golodnitsky D.( Golodnitsky S), 14'
    5:0 - Golodnitsky S. (Shrivker), 17'
    6:0 - Shvartzman (Belo), 19'
    7:0 - Revnyaga, 20'
    8:0 - Belo (Revnyaga), 23'
    8:1 - Zviginsky (Buz), 30'
    9:1 - Perel (Revnyaga), 32'
    10:1 - Raiter (Revnyaga), 35'
    11:1 - Shvartzman (Raiter), 36'
    12:1 - Revnyaga (Shvartzman), 49'
    13:1 - Golodnitsky S. (Golodnitsky D.), 52'
    14:1 - Golodnitsky S. (Revnyaga), 54'
    15:1 - Belo (Revnyaga), 56'
    16:1 - Golodnitsky S. (Sorodsky), 57'
    17:1 - Revnyaga, 59'

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    Best scorers table (after regular season)

    TeamGAP
    1 A.KorotinHertzliya15924
    2 E.RevnyagaMaalot9918
    3 I.MakhlakovHertzliya8513
    4 E.KhizhnyakovHertzliya10212
    5 Y.PerelMaalot8311
    6 S.BeloMaalot7310
    - A.GellerBat-Yam7310
    7 V.ShufinskyHaifa6410

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