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    Czech Republic Czech Hockey Games 2009, 16-19 April 2009



    CZECH HOCKEY GAMES 2009
    Liberec, 16-19 April 2009



    SCHEDULE
    16.04, TBD, Tampere, Finland - Russia
    16.04, 18:00, Sweden - Czech Republic
    18.04. 14:30, Finland - Sweden
    18.04, 18:00, Czech Republic - Russia
    19.04, 13:30, Russia - Sweden
    19.04, 17:00, Czech Republic - Finland

    STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    OTW
    OTL
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    1.Czech Republic
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0:0
    0
    2.Finland
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0:0
    0
    3.Russia
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0:0
    0
    4.Sweden
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0:0
    0

    GAME SUMMARIES

    ROSTERS:

    - CZECH REPUBLIC

    - FINLAND

    - RUSSIA

    - SWEDEN
    GK: 1. Stefan Liv (HV71), 30 Johan Holmqvist (Frölunda), 50. Jonas Gustavsson (Färjestad). Defense2. Lars Jonsson (Brynäs), 3. Robin Jonsson (Timrå), 4. Johan Åkerman (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, KHL), 6. Magnus Johansson (Atlant, KHL), 18. Oscar Hedman (Frölunda), 29. Kenny Jönsson (Rögle BK); Forwards 9. Tony Mårtensson (Ak Bars, KHL), 12. Christian Berglund (Rapperswil-Jona, SUI), 14. Niklas Nordgren (Rapperswil-Jona, SUI), 15. Rickard Wallin (Färjestad), 16. Johan Anderson (Timrå), 17. Mathias Tjärnqvist (Rögle), 19. Patrik Zackrisson (Linköpings), 20. Martin Thörnberg (HV71), 22. Niklas Persson (Linköpings), 23. Linus Omark (Luleå), 24. Johan Harju (Luleå), 26. Marcus Nilsson (Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, KHL), 41. Daniel Widing (Brynäs), 80. Mattias Weinhandl (Dynamo Moscow)





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    Sweden

    About my informations is this event this year in Liberec (Tipsportarena). Have a look at www.svenskaishockeyförbündet.se - Landlag - Tre Kronor - Spelprogramm Season 2008/2009 - you can read the event is in Liebrec.

    Have a nice day

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    Actually, when I started this thread in January the venue hadn't been decided. It was however clear that the Czech federation (and the sponsor BPA Sport Marketing) had wanted that the Ceska Pojistovna Cup should not take place at Liberec. Karlovy Vary was mentioned, but I guess their new arena is not ready yet. The Czech federation has therefore looked to Prague or Ceske Budejovice. Around the LG Games, the Czech federation discussed the matter with the other participating federation. It was then announced that the tournament would take place after all at Liberec.

    On a more important note, the tournament is no longer called Ceska Pojistovna Cup. The reason is that the Czech Federation's contract with the Czech insurance company has expired. So from now on, the tournament is called Czech Hockey Games

    The title of the thread has thus been changed. (new logo will be added when it becomes available)

    source:http://www.hokej.cz/index.php?lng=CZ...41&view=clanek

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    Finland-Russia will be played in Tampere, not in Helsinki.

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    Sweden's roster has been added.

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    Can somebody explain me why the first game of every tournament of EHT is played not in the hosting coutry? And by what criteria this another country is choosen?

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    Gleb, I believe the reason is very low attendance on Thursday (1st game day) to the game not involving the host nation. Each season, each country has a home game outside the tournament they host - planned in advance.

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    Yes, thank you. I also paid attention that the country that hosts an outside game at current tournament, host the next one (at least this season). A real mathematical formula:)

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    Here's the Finnish roster:

    #32 Juuso Riksman (Jokerit Helsinki)
    #35 Iiro Tarkki (SaiPa Lappeenranta)

    #3 Petteri Nummelin (HC Lugano)
    #5 Pekka Saravo (Linköpings HC)
    #6 Topi Jaakola (Södertälje SK)
    #7 Mikko Mäenpää (HPK Hämeenlinna)
    #21 Janne Niskala (Frölunda Indians)
    #33 Mikko Lehtonen (Timrå IK)
    #38 Teemu Aalto (Linköpings HC)
    #44 Janne Niinimaa (SCL Tigers)

    #8 Hannes Hyvönen (Dinamo Minsk)
    #11 Kimmo Koskenkorva (Skellefteå AIK)
    #22 Tommi Santala (Kloten Flyers)
    #24 Sami Kapanen (KalPa Kuopio)
    #25 Jussi Makkonen (HPK Hämeenlinna)
    #28 Ville Vahalahti (TPS Turku)
    #29 Kalle Kerman (Jokerit Helsinki)
    #37 Mika Pyörälä (Timrå IK)
    #40 Tapio Laakso (KalPa Kuopio)
    #41 Leo Komarov (Pelicans Lahti)
    #42 Kim Hirschovits (IFK Helsinki)
    #49 Toni Kähkönen (Blues Espoo)
    #71 Antti Erkinjuntti (TPS Turku)


    Update 15.4.09: C Tommi Santala has been added to the Czech Hockey Games roster, according to FIHA. It is still undisclosed if any players from JYP or Kärpät will be added as well due to the surprisingly quick finish of the SM-liiga finals.

    Update 2: Apparently this is the final EHT roster, according to Head Coach Jukka Jalonen. The need to call in any players from JYP or Kärpät for the World Championships will be evaluated after the performances of players in the Czech Hockey Games.
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    16 April

    Sweden - Czech Republic 1-2 (0-0, 1-1, 0-1)
    0-1 32:33 Petr Cajanek (J. Jagr, P. Caslava)
    1-1 38:18 Christian Berglund (R. Wallin, N. Nordgren)
    1-2 54:54 Jaromir Jarg (M. Blatak) PP
    SOG: 26-29
    Att.: 3809

    Sweden: Stefan Liv (58:55 out) - Robin Jonsson, Kenny Jonsson(2), Mattias Weinhandl, Niklas Persson, Martin Thornberg; Lars Jonsson (4), Oscar Hedman, Niclas Nordberg, Rickard Wallin (2), Christian Berglund; Magnus Johansson, Carl Gunnarsson, Patrick Zackrisson, Johan Harju (2), Linus Omark (2); Jonas Akerman, Daniel Widing, Johan Anderson, Matthias Tjarnquist.

    Czech Republic: Jakub Stepanek - Petr Caslava, Karel Rachunek(2), Jakub Klepis, Petr Cajanek, Jaromir Jagr; Zdenek Kutlak, Angel Krstev, Tomas Rolinek, Jan Marek (2), Marek Kvapil; Vladimir Sicak (2), Miroslav Blatak, Rostislav Olesz, Jaroslav Hlinka, Michal Vondrka (2); Michal Barinka (2), Ondrej Nemec (4), Frantisek Lukes, Petr Vampola, David Kveton


    Finalnd - Russia 4-2 (1-0, 0-2, 3-0)
    1-0 17:20 Kalle Kerman (M. Lehtonen)
    1-1 34:06 Sergei Mozyakin SH
    1-2 39:52 Maxim Goncharov (K. Gorovikov, O. Saprykin)
    2-2 42:03 Toni Kahkonen (L. Komarov)
    3-2 48:29 Hannes Hyvonen (K. Koskenkorva, L. Komarov)
    4-2 55:50 Hannes Hyvonen (K. Kerman)
    SOG: 32-26
    Att.: 6265

    Finland: Juuso Riskman - Petteri Nummelin, Pekka Saravo, Hannes Hyvonen (2), Kimmo Kosmekorva, Sami Kapanen; Topi Jaakola, Mikko Maenpaa, Jussi Makkonen, Ville Vahalahti, Kalle Kerman; Mikku Lehtonen (2), Teemu Aalto (2), Mika Pyorala, Tapio Laakso, Leo Komarov; Janne Niinima, Janne Niskala, Toni Kahkonen, Antti Erkinjutti, Tommi Santala.

    Russia: Alexander Ermenko (59:37 out) - Oleg Tverdovsky, Konstantin Korneev, Sergei Mozyakin, Anton Kuryanov, Maxim Sushinsky; Maxim Kondratiev, Maxim Goncharov (4), Oleg Saprykin, Konstantin Gorovikov, Alexander Radulov; Vitali Atyushov, Andrei Zubarev, Maxim Rybin, Alexei Tereshchenko (2), Alexander Perezhogin (2); Denis Kulyash (2), Vitali Proshkin (2), Evgeni Dadonov, Sergei Zinoviev, Igor Makarov (2).
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    Jagr is playing for Czech in this tournament, I hope he will on IHWC

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    Is the vicinity of the IHWC causing our members to overlook the final EHT since the games have already began and rosters are not up to date?

    Anyway, here are the Russian and Czech teams, respectively:


    RUSSIA

    #30 Alexander Eremenko (Salavat Ufa)
    #83 Vasily Koshechkin (Lada Tolyatti)

    #6 Andrey Zubarev (Atlant Mytishcy)
    #22 Konstantin Korneev (CSKA Moscow)
    #27 Vitaly Atyushov (Metallurg Magnitogorsk)
    #28 Denis Kulyash (CSKA Moscow)
    #45 Vitaly Proschkin (Salavat Ufa)
    #57 Maxim Goncharov (CSKA Moscow)
    #53 Maxim Kondratiev (CSKA Moscow)
    #70 Oleg Tverdovsky (Salavat Ufa)

    #10 Sergey Mozyakin (Atlant Mytischy)
    #19 Anton Kuryanov (Avangard Omsk)
    #21 Konstantin Gorovikov (SKA St. Petersburg)
    #23 Alexey Tereschenko (Salavat Ufa)
    #24 Petr Schastlivy (CSKA Moscow)
    #33 Maxim Sushinsky (SKA St. Petersburg)
    #37 Alexander Perezhogin (Salavat Ufa)
    #38 Maxim Rybin (Spartak Moscow)
    #42 Sergey Zinoviev (AK Bars Kazan)
    #47 Alex Radulov (Salavat Ufa)
    #71 Igor Makarov (SKA St. Petersburg)
    #89 Evgeny Dadonov (Traktor Chelyabinsk)
    #91 Oleg Saprykin (CSKA Moscow)



    CZECH REPUBLIC

    #1 Miroslav Kopriva (HC Kladno)
    #33 Jakub Stepanek (HC Vitkovice)

    #3 Vladimir Sicak (HC Ceske Budejovice)
    #11 Michal Barinka (HC Vitkovice)
    #23 Karel Rachunek (Dynamo Moscow)
    #36 Petr Caslava (HC Pardubice)
    #44 Miroslav Blatak (Salavat Ufa)
    #63 Ondrej Nemec (HC Karlovy Vary)
    #73 Angel Krstev (HC Vitkovice)
    #80 Zdenek Kutlak (HC Ambri-Piotta)

    #14 Petr Vampola (Salavat Ufa)
    #15 Jan Marek (Metallurg Magnitogorsk)
    #16 Petr Cajanek (Dynamo Moscow)
    #17 Jaroslav Hlinka (Linköpings HC)
    #20 Jakub Klepis (Avangard Omsk)
    #24 Michal Vondrka (HC Slavia Praha)
    #57 David Kveton (HC Trinec)
    #60 Tomas Rolinek (Metallurg Magnitogorsk)
    #61 Frantisek Lukes (HC Litvinov)
    #68 Jaromir Jagr (Avangard Omsk)
    #85 Rostislav Olesz (Florida Panthers)
    #91 Marek Kvapil (HC Vitkovice)
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    if i remember right the last RUS- FIN game was unussualy (fot the latest times) tough. And today they even lost. Not a good signs for Russia

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    Highlights from the game finlad-russia, should be in fairly good quality. Just scroll down the page a bit and the press play where you can see the video.

    http://www.mtv3.fi/urheilu/jaakiekko...2009/04/860026

    The same goes with czech-sweden here.

    http://www.mtv3.fi/urheilu/jaakiekko...2009/04/860044

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matavermis View Post
    Jagr is playing for Czech in this tournament, I hope he will on IHWC
    Yes, he really wants to.

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    18 April - Game 1

    Finland - Sweden 4-5 OT (1-2, 2-2, 1-0, 0-1)
    0-1 06:33 Martin Thornberg (L. Omark, J. Harju)
    1-1 06:49 Kalle Kerman (J. Makkonen)
    1-2 16:23 Kenny Jonsson (J. Akerman)
    1-3 22:23 Marcus Nilsson (M. Johansson)
    2-3 23:54 Petteri Nummelin (K. Hirschovits, T. Santala)
    2-4 27:52 Martin Thornberg (L. Omark, K. Jonsson)
    3-4 28:39 Janne Niinima (J. Makkonen, K. Kerman)
    4-4 40:58 Kalle Kerman (P. Nummelin, V. Vahalahti)
    4-5 64:45 Rickard Wallin (M. Thornberg)
    SOG 23-33, Att.: 2096

    Finland: Iiro Tarkki - Petteri Nummelin, Pekka Saravo (2), Topi Jaakola (4), Mikko Maenpaa (2), Janne Niskala, Teemu Aalto (2), Janne Niinimaa (2)- Kimmo Koskenkorva, Sami Kapanen, Jussi Makkonen, Ville Vahalahti, Kalle Kerman, Mika Pyorala (2), Tapio Laakso, Leo Komarov (2), Kim Hirschovits (2), Toni Kahkonen, Antti Erkinjuntti, Tommi Santala.

    Sweden: Johan Holmqvist - Robin Jonsson (4), Kenny Jönsson, Lars Jonsson, Oscar Hedman, Magnus Johansson, Carl Gunnarsson, Johan Akerman - Mattias Weinhandl, Niklas Persson, Tony Martensson, Niklas Nordgren (2), Rickard Wallin, Christian Berglund (4), Martin Thornberg (4), Johan Harju, Linus Omar, Mathias Tjärnqvist, Johan Andersson (4), Marcus Nilsson.
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    18 April - Game 2

    Czech Republic - Russia 3-4 (1-2. 1-1, 1-1)
    0-1 00:36 Sergei Mozyakin
    1-1 02:56 Jan Marek (O. Nemec)
    1-2 11:09 Oleg Tverdovsky (O. Saprykin)
    2-2 23:07 Jakub Klepis (J. Jagr)
    2-3 37:47 Alexei Tereshchenko (I. Makarov)
    2-4 47:40 Peter Schastlivy (I. Makarov, E. Dadonov)
    3-4 59:07 Jakub Klepis (J. Jagr, R. Cervenka)
    Att.: 6820 (sold out)

    Czech Republic: Jakub Stepanek - Karel Rachunek (5+20+20), Petr Caslava, Angel Krstev, Vladimir Sicak, Miroslav Blatak, Ondrej Nemec, Michal Barinka, Zdenek Kutlak - Jaromir Jagr, Petr Cajanek, Jakub Klepis (2), Marek Kvapil (2), Jan Marek (4+10), Tomas Rolinek (4+10), Jaroslav Hlinka (2), Rostislav Olesz, Petr Vampola, Roman Cervenka (2), Michal Vondrka, David Kveton

    Russia: Vasili Koshechkin - Oleg Tverdovsky, Konstantin Korneev, Maxim Kondratiev, Andrei Zubarev (2+10), Vitali Proshkin (5+20), Vitali Atyushov (2), Maxim Goncharov (4), Denis Kulyash (2)- Petr Schastlivy, Maxim Sushinsky, Alexei Tereshchenko (2), Anton Kuryanov (2), Alexander Radulov (4), Konstantin Gorovikov, Oleg Saprykin (4+10), Andrei Perezhogin, Maxim Rybin (2), Igor Makarov, Evgeni Dadonov, Sergei Mozyakin.
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    I google translated Finhockey's report from SWE-FIN.

    According to the translation, some of the Finnish players arrived to late because the schedule had been moved. This, according to translation, gave Finland a bad start.

    The game started at 14:00 and not 14:30 according to the original schedule. I only watched the third period, so...

    Can anyone confirm this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    I google translated Finhockey's report from SWE-FIN.

    According to the translation, some of the Finnish players arrived to late because the schedule had been moved. This, according to translation, gave Finland a bad start.

    The game started at 14:00 and not 14:30 according to the original schedule. I only watched the third period, so...

    Can anyone confirm this?
    Don't trust google translate. Especially when translating Finnish. Actually, don't use it at all.

    None of the players were late. The article says that some players didn't have time to have a nap (presumabely after morning practice) due to the game starting a bit early. And this affected their readiness to be at their briskest at the start of the game. That's all.
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    Great hoped for Russia to win, now Sweden is the last team and beat Russia today.P

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    Quote Originally Posted by kol View Post
    if i remember right the last RUS- FIN game was unussualy (fot the latest times) tough. And today they even lost. Not a good signs for Russia
    no need to find here any kind of signs. just a meaningless game. yesterday they beat checks so what, good sign now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leksandstars View Post
    Great hoped for Russia to win, now Sweden is the last team and beat Russia today.P
    dreamssss

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    19 April - Game 1

    Russia - Sweden 6-3 (2-0, 2-1, 2-2)
    1-0 01:12 Alexander Radulov (O. Saprykin)
    2-0 18:03 Oleg Saprykin (A. Radulov)
    2-1 33:55 Niklas Persson (J. Akerman, M. Nilsson)
    3-1 35:33 Sergei Zinoviev (M. Sushinsky, S. Mozyakin) PP
    4-1 39:35 Oleg Saprykin (A. Radulov, K. Gorovikov)
    4-2 45:17 Niklas Persson (Ch. Berglund, M. Nilsson)
    4-3 48:59 Johan Akerman (L. Omark) PP
    5-3 53:58 Alexander Radulov
    6-3 56:03 Sergei Mozyakin (V. Atyushov)
    SOG: 39-32, Att.: 1144

    Russia (2): Alexander Eremenko - Vitali Proshkin (4+10), Maxim Kondratiev, Andrei Zubarev (2), Oleg Tverdovski (2), Maxim Goncharov, Denis Kulyash, Konstantin Korneev (2), Vitali Atyushov (2) - Peter Schastlivyy (2), Oleg Saprykin, Maxim Sushinsky, Sergei Mozyakin, Alexander Radulov, Igor Makarov, Konstantin Gorovikov, Alexander Perezhogin (2), Sergei Zinoviev, Maxim Rybin, Evgeni Dadonov, Alexei Tereshchenko (2).

    Sweden: Stefan Liv - Kenny Jonsson, Johan Akerman, Lars Jonsson (2), Magnus Johansson, Oskar Hedman, Robin Jonsson (2), Carl Gustavsson - Linus Omark (2), Toni Martensson, Matthias Tjarnquist (4), Niklas Persson, Daniel Widing, Patrick Zackrisson (2), Johan Harju, Matthias Weinhandl, Johan Andresson, Marcus Nilsson, Martin Thornberg (2), Christian Berglund.
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    19 April - Game 2

    Czech Republic - Finland 4-3 OT (2-2, 0-0, 1-1, 1-0)
    1-0 03:29 Jan Marek (R. Cervenka)
    2-0 09:07 Jan Marek (M. Barinka)
    2-1 09:23 Kim Hirschovits (H. Hyvonen)
    2-2 15:49 Pekka Saravo (T. Kahkonen)
    3-2 45:57 Frantisek Lukes (Z. Kutlak)
    3-3 46:22 Hannes Hyvonen (K. Hirschovits)
    4-3 60:39 Jakub Klepis (J. Jagr)
    Att.: 4238

    Czech Republic: Miroslav Kopriva - Petr Caslava, Angel Krstev, Vladimir Sicak, Miroslav Blatak, Ondrej Nemec (2), Michal Barinka (2), Zdenek Kutlak - Jaromir Jagr, Petr Cajanek (2), Jakub Klepis, Marek Kvapil, Jan Marek, Tomas Rolinek, Jaroslav Hlinka, Rostislav Olesz, Roman Cervenka, David Kveton, Frantisek Lukes, Mchal Vondrka.

    Finland: Juuso Riskman - Petteri Nummelin, Pekka Saravo, Mikku Lehtonen, Janne Niskala, Teemu Aalto (4), Janne Niinimaa (2)- Hannes Hyvonen, Kimmo Koskenkorva, Sami Kapanen, Jussi Makkonen, Ville Vahalahti, Kalle Kerman, Mika Pyörälä, Tapio Laakso, Leo Komarov, Kim Hirschovits, Toni Kahkonen, Antti Erkinjuntti, Tommi Santala.
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    Overall standings:

    1.Russia - 28
    2. Finland - 16
    3. Sweden - 15
    4. Czech Rep. - 13

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    STANDINGS - Czech Hockey Games 2009

       
    GP
    W
    OTW
    OTL
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    1.Russia
    3
    2
    0
    0
    1
    12:9
    6
    2.Czech Republic
    3
    1
    1
    0
    1
    9:8
    5
    3.Finland
    3
    1
    0
    2
    0
    11:11
    5
    4.Sweden
    3
    0
    1
    0
    2
    9:13
    2

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    Jaromir Jagr in the tournament scored 1 goal and had 4 assists, very nice score before IHWC. I hope he will be the great leader of Czech Republic in Switzerlad
    Last edited by Piotrek; 25-05-2009 at 11:33.

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    Russia vs Sweden

    Russia was a lot sharper until the third period where Sweden staged a great comeback. They were closed to tying the game until Aleksander Radulov outmaneuvred Lars Jonsson behind the Swedish net and then made another smart move by turning 270 degrees while firing a hard shot, 5-3. Russia quickly scored another, and then the game was effectively over.

    In total, Russia won 10 games out of 12 in the 2008-09 Euro Hockey Tour; I believe only Canada can stop them from winning the gold again.
    Last edited by Karsten; 19-04-2009 at 23:08.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    In total, Russia won 10 games out of 12 in the 2008-09 Euro Hockey Tour; I believe only Canada can stop them from winning the gold again.
    The World Championship will be a diffrent story, Sweden will be a countender this year to but Canada ans Russia will have very strong teams. If Washington goes down Russia will have a dream team again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    Russia vs Sweden

    Russia was a lot sharper until the third period where Sweden staged a great comeback in the third period. They were closed to tying the game until Aleksander Radulov outmaneuvred Lars Jonsson behind the Swedish net and then made another smart move by turning 270 degrees while firing a hard shot, 5-3. Russia quickly scored another, and then the game was effectively over.

    In total, Russia won 10 games out of 12 in the 2008-09 Euro Hockey Tour; I believe only Canada can stop them from winning the gold again.
    Further addition a cheap goal against Stefan Liv behind Swedens posts, both 5 and 6-3 was to cheap

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