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  • France to Promote

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  • Slovenia to Promote

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  • Switzerland to Promote

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  • Estonia to Relegate

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Thread: 2009 IIHF World U20 Championship Division I - Group A - Herisau (SUI),14-20 Dec.2008

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    u20 IHWC 2009 IIHF World U20 Championship Division I - Group A - Herisau (SUI),14-20 Dec.2008

    U20 DIV I GROUP A WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP IN HERISAU, SWITZERLAND FROM DECEMBER 14-20 2008.

    Post all news and notes for the upcomming U20 DIV Group A Tournment in Switzerland which will take place from the Herisau Sportzentrum. The Teams involved, tournament schedule and much more will be here on the first post. Also Answer our poll on who you think will promote to the World Junior Championship and relegate to division 2 for 2010.


    Teams in the Tournament

    Belarus
    Estonia Promoted from 2008 U20 Division II
    France
    Poland
    Slovenia
    Switzerland Relegated from 2008 U20 World Championship

    Tournament Schudle
    DateHome TeamAway TeamTime
    12/14FranceSlovenia13:00
    12/14EstoniaSwitzerland16:30
    12/14PolandBelarus20:00
    12/15SloveniaEstonia16:30
    12/15SwitzerlandPoland20:00
    12/16BelarusFrance16:30
    12/17EstoniaPoland13:00
    12/17BelarusSlovenia16:30
    12/17SwitzerlandFrance20:00
    12/18SloveniaSwitzerland20:00
    12/19PolandFrance16:30
    12/19BelarusEstonia20:00
    12/20SloveniaPoland13:00
    12/20FranceEstonia16:30
    12/20SwitzerlandBelarus20:00
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    This will be a tough group but in the end I think Switzerland will be strongest. Estonia are going to get relegated.

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    Team Estonia:

    GK KOITMAA Villem-Henrik (Heinola Kiekko) (FIN)
    GK HOMMIK Jago (Tallinn Purikad)

    D SAMORUKOV Mark (Tallinn Stars)
    D ABRAMOV Artjom (Spartak-2 Moscow) (RUS)
    D PÜTSEP Martin (SC Järfälla) (SWE)
    D KUUSK Ken (Augsburger AEV) (GER)
    D MEDJANÕI Juri (Riga 18) (LAT)
    D MININ Artjom (Porvoo Hunters) (FIN)
    D SOITU Dmitri (Kohtla-Järve Viru Sputnik)
    D KALENDA Dmitri (Tallinn Stars)
    D NARVET Pavel (Narva PSK)

    F LUKATS Jan (Kaufbeuren ESV) (GER)
    F MÖLDER Uku (Kauniainen GrIFK) (FIN)
    F ROOBA Robert (Espoo Blues) (FIN)
    F KARIK Kaspar (Tallinn Purikad)
    F VÕRANG Mihkel (Tallinn Purikad)
    F GUT Martin (Riga 91) (LAT)
    F GRISHENKO Konstantin (Kohtla-Järve Viru Sputnik)
    F OSSIPENKOV Artjom (Tallinn Stars)
    F LUKIN Andrei (Tallinn Magic Wings)
    F SÜVAOJA Jarmo (Tallinn Purikad)
    F BARANIN Edgar (Tallinn GMP Stars)
    F PONOMARJOV Ilja (Kohtla-Jarve Viru Sputnik)
    F BOROVIKOV Maksim (Kohtla-Jarve Viru Sputnik)

    4 will be cut.
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    Team France
    (long list)

    GK 1 Sebastien Raibon (Grenoble)
    GK 20 Clement Fouquerel (Caen)
    GK 25 Sebastian Ylönen (Amiens)
    GK 95 Louis Adrien Sohier (Rouen)

    D 2 Aurelien Greverend (Rouen)
    D 3 Jason Crossman (Grenoble)
    D 4 Romain Vitali (Viry)
    D 5 Stephane da Costa (Sioux City) (USA)
    D 6 Thomas Baubriau (Rouen)
    D 13 Maxime Moisand (Grenoble)
    D 15 Kevin Duseau (Reims)
    D 16 Cedric Custosse (Rouen)
    D 18 Yohann Auvitu (JYP) (FIN)
    D 21Romain Bault (Amiens)
    D 23 Gregory Beron (Amiens)

    F 7 Raphael Papa (Grenoble)
    F 8 Vincent Kara (Chamonix)
    F 9 Loic Lamperier (Rouen)
    F 10 Graham Avenel (Caen)
    F 11Remy Rimann (Lausanne)
    F 12 Thibault Sage Vallier (Lans)
    F 14 Antoine Roussel (Chicoutimi) (CAN)
    F 17 Julien Baylacq (Grenoble)
    F 19 Robin Gaborit (Mont Blanc)
    F 22 Mathieu Andre (Gap)
    F 24 Nicolas Arrossamena (Grenoble)
    F 96 Marc Slupski (Reims)
    F 97 Timotey Perez (Joliette)
    F 98 Nicolas Motreff (Morzine)
    F 99 Matthieu Frecon (Grenoble)
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    Team Poland

    GK Tomasz Witkowski (GKS Stoczniowiec Gdańsk)
    GK Nikifor Szczerba (KTH KM Krynica)
    GK Bartłomiej Nowak (UKS Sielec Sosnowiec)

    D Dawid Maj (GKS Stoczniowiec)
    D Krzysztof Kantor (GKS Stoczniowiec)
    D Bartłomiej Pociecha (KTH KM Krynica)
    D Kamil Kapica (KH Sanok)
    D Michał Porębski (TKH Toruń)
    D Kamil Górny (JKH GKS Jastrzębie)
    D Mateusz Bryk (JKH GKS Jastrzębie)
    D Michał Marek (MMKS Nowy Targ)
    D Paweł Dronia (Zagłębie Sosnowiec)
    D Dawid Maciejewski (IFK Are) (SWE)

    F Tomasz Ziółkowski (GKS Stoczniowiec)
    F Maciej Rompkowski (GKS Stoczniowiec)
    F Marek Wrobel (GKS Stoczniowiec)
    F Mateusz Strużyk (GKS Stoczniowiec)
    F Radosław Galant (KTH KM Krynica)
    F Jakub Witecki (KTH KM Krynica)
    F Marek Strzyżowski (KH Sanok)
    F Paweł Połącarz (KH Sanok)
    F Rafał Ćwikła (KH Sanok)
    F Daniel Minge (TKH Toruń)
    F Kacper Bryniczka (MMKS Nowy Targ)
    F Tomasz Cieślicki (Comarch Cracovia Kraków)
    F Maciej Szewczyk (Unia Oświęcim)
    F Tomasz Kulas (JKH GKS Jastrzębie)
    F Jakub Wiecki (Blue Lions Leipzig) (GER)

    "Reserve":

    F Sebastian Szydło (TMH Polonia Bytom)
    D Mateusz Tylka (TMH Polonia Bytom)
    GK Jędrzej Iwaszkiewicz (UHKS Mazowsze)
    GK Marek Górski (GKS Tychy)
    F Marcin Papież (KTH KM Krynica)
    D Marcin Kabat (GKS Stoczniowiec)
    F Szymon Urbańczyk (HC Havirov) (CZE)
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    Team Switzerland
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    1 CONZ Benjamin (Geneva)
    29 TODESCHINI Antoine (La Chaux de Fonds)
    30 CIACCIO Damiano (Neuchatel)

    3 MULLER Yves (Kloten)
    4 GEERING Patrick (Zurich)
    5 SBISA Luca (Philadelphia Flyers) (NHL)
    7 STOOP Lukas (Davos)
    9 BLASER Yannick (Basel)
    13 BEZINA Toni (Geneva)
    17 LOFFEL Romain (Fribourg- Gotteron)
    27 JOSI Roman (Bern)
    28 FISCHER Yannick (Zug)

    2 WOLF Mike (Zurich)
    6 WIESER Dino (Zurich)
    8 SCHLAGENHAUF Roman (Kloten)
    10 BERGER Pascal (Bern)
    11 BERGER Alain (Bern)
    12 HASANI Adam (Fribourg-Gottereon)
    14 CHIRIAYEV Evgueni (La Chaux de Fonds)
    15 BAUR Oliver (Basel)
    16 ZIGERLI Manuel (Basel)
    18 SCIARONI Ghregory (Ambri-Piotta)
    19 DONATI Gianni (Davos)
    20 FROIDEVAUX Etienne (Bern)
    21 MOSER Simon (Langnau)
    22 SCHOMMER Patrick (Zurich)
    23 JORG Mauro (Lugano)
    24 SURI Reto (Geneva)
    25 FUGLISTER Jeffrey (Kloten)
    26 BUCHER Tobias (Zug)
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    Team Slovenia

    Peter Škrabelj (HD mladi Jesenice)
    Matija Pintarič (HDD ZM Olimpija)
    Matevž Grabnar (Innisfil Lakers) (CAN)

    Nejc Berlisk (HDD ZM Olimpija)
    Luka Koletnik (HS Toja Olimpija)
    Luka Ščap (HS Toja Olimpija)
    Aljaž Novak (HK MK Bled)
    Miha Ješe (HK MK Bled)
    Aleksandar Magovac (HD mladi Jesenice)
    Miha Ahačič (HK Triglav)
    Klemen Baumkircher (HK Slavija)
    Žiga Grahut (Malmö Redhawks) (SWE)
    Blaž Gregorc (Södertälje SK) (SWE)

    Anže Florjančič (HS Toja Olimpija)
    Anže Ropret (HDD ZM Olimpija)
    Žiga Pance (HDD ZM Olimpija)
    Jure Dolinšek (HD mladi Jesenice)
    Andrej Židan (HD mladi Jesenice)
    Jaka Ankerst (HK MK Bled)
    Klemen Kaimel (HK MK Bled)
    Črt Snoj (HK Slavija)
    Miha Verlič (HDK Stavbar Maribor)
    Davor Rakanovič (HK Celje)
    Jan Berčič (HK Triglav)
    Jan Urbas (Malmö Redhawks) (SWE)
    Eric Pance (Malmö Redhawks) (SWE)
    Rok Tičar (Timrå IK ) (SWE)
    David Sefič (Södertälje SK) (SWE)
    Luka Bašič (Mora IK) (SWE)
    Boštjan Goličič (Calgary Hitmen) (CAN)
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    Team Belarus will feature perspective 1991-born player Nikolai Suslo from HK Gomel'
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    It's obvious that team Belarus made of BOL HC Shinnik players and reinforced with KHL Traktor forward Artem Kisly + 6 players from NA Junior Leagues (Stefanovich among them) will dominate this tournament.
    Recently Belarus has played 2 exhibition games in Füssen in preparation for the WC
    beating Germany 3:2 and Japan 5:1. Beware of such players as Drozd, Demkov, Fomin, Stefanovich, Kisly, Revenko, Sheleg, Kolosov, Voroshilov, Razvadovski (this guy now represents KHL Dinamo Minsk)!!!
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    Any predicitions for the 1st day of the tournament comming up on Sunday. Switzerland and Belarus should a great battle for promotion while don't count out Slovenia possibly.

    1st Day Games
    France VS. Slovenia
    Estonia VS. Switzerland
    Poland VS. Belarus

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    Estonia 0 Switzerland 9
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    I predict
    France 3 Slovenia 4
    Estonia 1 Switzerland 8
    Poland 1 Belarus 6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimash View Post
    It's obvious that team Belarus made of BOL HC Shinnik players and reinforced with KHL Traktor forward Artem Kisly + 6 players from NA Junior Leagues (Stefanovich among them) will dominate this tournament.
    Recently Belarus has played 2 exhibition games in Füssen in preparation for the WC
    beating Germany 3:2 and Japan 5:1. Beware of such players as Drozd, Demkov, Fomin, Stefanovich, Kisly, Revenko, Sheleg, Kolosov, Voroshilov, Razvadovski (this guy now represents KHL Dinamo Minsk)!!!
    Belarus has a very good roster, good depth and good players both in offense and in defense. What about the goalkeepers?
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    Is it Belarus team realy that strong Dimash?You expect nothing else than a sure win on day 1st vs Poland right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro View Post
    Team Belarus will feature perspective 1991-born player Nikolai Suslo from HK Gomel'
    Unfortunately he didn't pass the last cut
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    Did Stefanovich make Team Belarus and how were the pre-tournament games (if there were any)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLOTB View Post
    Did Stefanovich make Team Belarus and how were the pre-tournament games (if there were any)?
    Sure did. Number 16.
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    France VS. Slovenia 2-4
    Estonia VS. Switzerland 1-6
    Poland VS. Belarus 2-6
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    France VS. Slovenia 2-1
    Estonia VS. Switzerland 0-6
    Poland VS. Belarus 2-7
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    Day #1 - game 1

    France - Slovenia 2-1 (1-0,1-0,0-1)
    01:42 1:0 Da Costa S (Rimann R.)
    30:14 2:0 Avenel G (Auvitu Y.)
    52:10 2:1 Pance Z. PP
    PIM: 7x2 - 5x2 SOG: 25-34 Att: 217

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    Moonsorrow , nice work, with France - Slovenia 2:1

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    Switzerland wasting no time pouring it on against EST. It's 6-0 late in the 1st period, Goals comming from Pascal Berger with 2, Simon Moser also with 2 already with Manuel Zigerli and Evgeni Chiriayev. This is the start of a long week for the Estonians.

    EDIT:

    Make it 7-0 SUI, with Gregory Sciaroni at the 18:44 mark of the first period for SUI. This has the making of a 2 horse race in this tournament with SUI and BLR. Well found out what BLR has when they take on Poland later today.
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    7:0 after first , well, it's a mockery allready...
    on the other hand Estonia do not even have all 4 lines copleted, so waiting for new records after FT :)
    by the way shots are 22:5 :)

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    Poland - Belarus after 1st "just" 0:1 , after such start of swiss, there really poor... 3 PP opportunities 0 power goals...

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    SOG 83:9 for Swiss
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    Scores and Standings after Day 1

    France 2 Slovenia 1 (1-0, 1-0, 0-1)

    Estonia 1 Switzerland 12 (0-7, 1-2, 0-3)

    Poland 0 Belarus 4 (0-1, 0-1, 0-2)

    #TeamWOTWOTLLPTSGF-GA
    1Switzerland1000312-1
    2Belarus100034-0
    3France100032-1
    4Slovenia000101-2
    5Poland000100-4
    6Estonia000101-12

    Day 2 Games

    Slovenia VS. Estonia
    Switzerland VS. Poland
    Belarus VS. France
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    hard start for Belarus... of course result is 4-0 , bet the game wasn't going so well like they will thought... maybe Poland's goalie was superb just 4 goals allowed from 36 shots, of course it's not such amazing like Estonia's from 89 shots :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by kovy71 View Post
    Poland - Belarus after 1st "just" 0:1 , after such start of swiss, there really poor... 3 PP opportunities 0 power goals...
    Which "such" start?! Vs Estonia? Let's see them playing vs Poland tonight.

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    Slovenia VS. Estonia 5:2
    Switzerland VS. Poland 6:1
    Belarus VS. France 4:2
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    slovenia - estonia 8:0 after 13 min
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    Estonia is over their head at this level unfortunately. Their team is almost a U19 team anyway. Only three players born in 1989... This seems to be a bad year class in Baltia as Lithuania also has only three 1989 born players on their team in Div II. Estonia also fields four 1991, two 1992 players and even one that was born 1993! The 1993-born Robert Rooba could be a big name in Estonian hockey's future. He has been playing with Blues Espoo's C-Juniors this year and has 3+4=7 in 11 games so far.

    The Belarussian players should at least know each other well enough. Apart from five players that play in North America or Russia they all play for Shinnik Bobruisk.

    EDIT: Slovenia is leading 13-1 by now, 7 minutes into the second period...
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    Switzerland vs Poland 4:1
    Belarus vs France 6:2
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    18 - 2 to Slovenia after 40'...that can't be any good for anyone. Estonian boys will have severe headache I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RexKramer View Post
    18 - 2 to Slovenia after 40'...that can't be any good for anyone. Estonian boys will have severe headache I guess.
    And the game ended 22-2. I don't remember ever seeing a team score 20+ goals at Division I level in any age class.
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    well, as we can see, it's not blr but sui who had a tough game at the wc start :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shardik View Post
    And the game ended 22-2. I don't remember ever seeing a team score 20+ goals at Division I level in any age class.
    Me neither...
    But basically its not an extreme surprise...in counties with very little depth like Estonia you can have tremendous fluctuations in team level given that you can only reasonably pool players from 3 classes. And then Estonia is the promoted team, it suffices that they had an old team last year and a bad 89 class which is not too unlikely given that they can only choose from a few dozen of players (which I assume there is).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leafs#84 View Post
    Which "such" start?! Vs Estonia? Let's see them playing vs Poland tonight.

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    ok, i'm seeing , what i was writing... 3-0 already in the first half of the first period...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kovy71 View Post
    ok, i'm seeing , what i was writing... 3-0 already in the first half of the first period...
    ... and the same difference btw scored and let through goals in the third one that team Belarus had. Did you expect them to score three times each period?
    Now you should say that Swiss continue really poor...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leafs#84 View Post
    ... and the same difference btw scored and let through goals in the third one that team Belarus had. Did you expect them to score three times each period?
    Now you should say that Swiss continue really poor...

    really i expected that the final result will be about 7-1 , and i think, that after 3 fast goals in first half of the first period swiss already believed in another easy win
    waiting for today's match against France , hope Belarus will win easily on 3-5 goals difference

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    By the way, Estonian players are more effective in offence than Swiss or Belarusian. In last two game they needed 7.33 SoG on average to score, while for team Switzerland every 8.35th shot resulted a goal, and for team Belarus (with 1 game played) - every 9th shot on goal. The leader is Slovenia with 99 SoG and 23 goals.
    So, Team Eesti just needs to upgrade its defence . I hope that time until 2008/12/19 is not enough for them to do it.

    waiting for today's match against France , hope Belarus will win easily on 3-5 goals difference



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    Switzerland and Belarus will be a good match
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    If anyone would like to give me a hand with this tournament for scouting purposes
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    Scores and Standings after Day 3

    Estonia 2 Poland 4 (0-0, 0-2, 2-2)

    Belarus 7 Slovenia 2 (0-0, 4-1, 3-1)

    Switzerland 6 France 2 (3-1, 1-1, 2-0)


    #TeamWOTWOTLLPTSGF-GA
    1Switzerland3000923-4
    2Belarus3000918-4
    3France100236-15
    4Slovenia1002325-11
    5Poland100235-11
    6Estonia000305-38

    Day 4 Schedule

    Slovenia VS. Switzerland

    Poland VS. France

    Belarus VS. Estonia
    To check out ice hockey from a Lone Star Prespective, check out my blog at www.texasicehockeyexpert.blogspot.com

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    Slovenija vs Switzerland ??? I predict 2-5 for SUI.
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    22.36 2 min Switzerland 3. MULLER, Yves Hooking
    21.45 2 min Switzerland 22. SCHOMMER, Patrick Hooking
    come on SLO score a couple of PP goals!
    Life is a game

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    too bad, now it's 1-3 (SUI leads) which will surely turn into smth like 2-6 by the end of the game.

    ooops, edited 2-3 SLO tightens the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimash View Post
    22.36 2 min Switzerland 3. MULLER, Yves Hooking
    21.45 2 min Switzerland 22. SCHOMMER, Patrick Hooking
    come on SLO score a couple of PP goals!
    hahaha very cute
    Soitten, korpein halki tarvon, aarnikankain aarteit etsin, ikihenki syömmehessäin', vuorten voima ranteissain!

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    what's so funny? SLO did score a PP goal...later.
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    what is really funny is the average attendance of games in this group. 636 spectators per game! which is a real disgrace and 'couldn't-care-less' attitude displayed by the sui burghers. or maybe herisau is a god-forsaken hole where people don't give a damn about hockey?
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    herisau is a god-forsaken hole where people don't give a damn about hockey?

    correct ^^
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