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joe89 06-25-2012 10:56 AM

U20 3 Nations Tournament, Lake Placid (USA), Aug. 4-11
 
Schedule: http://usahockey.com/Junior_Evaluation_Camp.aspx
Livestream (€): http://usahockey.fasthockey.com/

Results:
USA Blue 5 - 4 Finland
USA White 1 - 5 Sweden
Sweden 8 - 2 Finland
USA 5 - 2 Finland
USA 10 - 2 Sweden
Finland 2 - 5 Sweden
Finland 3 - 2(OT) USA

Team USA:
Pos. Name Ht Wt Birthdate S/C Hometown 2011-12 Team
G John Gibson 6-3 212 7/14/93 L Pittsburgh, Pa. Kitchener Rangers (OHL)
G Jon Gillies 6-5 226 1/22/94 L Concord, N.H. Indiana Ice (USHL)
G Garret Sparks 6-2 195 6/28/93 L Elmhurst, Ill. Guelph Storm (OHL)
G Anthony Stolarz 6-5 200 1/20/94 L Edison, N.J. Corpus Christi (NAHL)

D Shayne Gostisbehere 5-11 160 4/20/93 L Margate, Fla. Union College (ECACH)
D Matt Grzelcyk 5-9 170 1/5/94 L Charlestown, Mass. U.S. National Under-18 Team
D Garrett Haar 6-0 190 8/16/93 L Huntington Beach, Calif. Western Michigan Univ. (CCHA)
D Seth Jones 6-3 205 10/3/94 R Plano, Texas U.S. National Under-18 Team
D Jake McCabe 6-1 205 10/12/93 L Eau Claire, Wis. Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)
D Connor Murphy 6-3 185 3/26/93 R Dublin, Ohio Sarnia Sting (OHL)
D Mike Reilly 6-1 170 7/13/93 L Chanhassen, Minn. Penticton Vees (BCHL)
D Patrick Sieloff 6-0 198 5/15/94 L Ann Arbor, Mich. U.S. National Under-18 Team
D Brady Skjei 6-3 200 3/26/94 L Lakeville, Minn. U.S. National Under-18 Team
D Jacob Trouba 6-2 193 2/26/94 R Rochester, Mich. U.S. National Under-18 Team
D Andrew Welinski 6-2 193 4/27/93 R Duluth, Minn. Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)

F Cole Bardreau 5-10 184 7/22/93 R Fairport, N.Y. Cornell Univ. (ECACH)
F Tyler Biggs 6-2 200 4/30/93 R Binghamton, N.Y. Miami Univ. (CCHA)
F Colin Blackwell 5-10 175 3/28/93 R North Andover, Mass. Harvard Univ. (ECACH)
F Reid Boucher 5-10 192 9/8/93 L Grand Ledge, Mich. Sarnia Sting (OHL)
F Travis Boyd 5-10 186 9/14/93 R Hopkins, Minn. Univ. of Minnesota (WCHA)
F Thomas DiPauli 5-11 188 4/29/94 L Woodridge, Ill. U.S. National Under-18 Team
F Steve Fogarty 6-2 194 4/19/93 R Chambersburg, Pa. Penticton Vees (BCHL)
F Alex Galchenyuk 6-0 198 2/12/94 L Milwaukee, Wis. Sarnia Sting (OHL)
F John Gaudreau 5-7 150 8/13/93 L Carneys Point, N.J. Boston College (HEA)
F Ryan Hartman 5-11 190 9/20/94 R West Dundee, Ill. U.S. National Under-18 Team
F Nicolas Kerdiles 6-2 201 1/11/94 L Irvine, Calif. U.S. National Under-18 Team
F Sean Kuraly 6-2 200 1/20/93 L Dublin, Ohio Indiana Ice (USHL)
F Mario Lucia 6-2 195 8/25/93 L Plymouth, Minn. Penticton Vees (BCHL)
F Stefan Matteau 6-2 215 2/23/94 L Chicago, Ill.U.S. National Under-18 Team
F J.T. Miller 6-1 195 3/14/93 L East Palestine, Ohio Plymouth Whalers (OHL)
F Stefan Noesen 6-1 200 2/12/93 R Plano, Texas Plymouth Whalers (OHL)
F Blake Pietila 5-11 195 2/20/93 L Brighton, Mich. Michigan Tech Univ. (WCHA)
F Vince Trocheck 5-11 180 7/11/93 R Pittsburgh, Pa. Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
F Jim Vesey 6-1 195 5/26/93 L North Reading, Mass. South Shore Kings (EJHL)

Team Sweden:
# PP Name Club Country Born Place of Birth Ht Wt L/R
1 GK Dansk Oscar Brynäs IF SWE 28.02.94 Stockholm 189 86 L
30 GK Lundström Niklas AIK SWE 10.01.93 Värmdö 188 81 L

3 D Lindholm Hampus Rögle BK SWE 20.01.94 Helsingborg 189 84 L
4 D Nielsen Jonatan Linköpings HC SWE 11.09.93 Anderstorp 190 83 L
5 D Bengtsson Rasmus Muskegon Lumberjacks USA 14.05.93 Landskrona 189 89 L
6 D Klefbom Oscar Färjestads BK SWE 20.07.93 Karlstad 192 91 L
7 D Nilsson Tom Mora IK SWE 19.08.93 Stockholm 184 80 R
8 D Arnesson Linus Djurgårdens IF SWE 21.09.94 Stockholm 187 85 L
9 D Vikstrand Mikael Mora IK SWE 05.11.93 Karlstad 188 84 L

10 F Wennberg Alexander Djurgårdens IF SWE 22.09.94 Stockholm 186 79 L
11 F Boyce Rotevall Jeremy Timrå IK SWE 28.08.93 Stockholm 183 80 L
12 F Lilja Jakob Rögle BK SWE 23.07.93 Malmö 183 85 L
13 F Arvidsson Viktor Skellefteå AIK SWE 08.04.93 Skellefteå 175 79 R
15 F Lundberg Emil Södertälje SK SWE 17.09.93 Katrineholm 191 95 L
16 F Forsberg Filip Leksands IF SWE 13.08.94 Östervåla 187 82 R
17 F Karlsson William VIK Västerås HK SWE 08.01.93 Stockholm 184 80 L
20 F Zibanejad Mika Djurgårdens IF SWE 18.04.93 Stockholm 187 91 R
21 F Nermark Joachim Linköpings HC SWE 12.05.93 Sunne 184 88 L
22 F Åberg Pontus Djurgårdens IF SWE 23.09.93 Stockholm 181 86 R
23 F Rask Victor Calgary Hitmen CAN 01.03.93 Leksand 186 88 L
25 F Sundqvist Oskar Skellefteå AIK SWE 23.03.94 Boden 190 76 R
27 F Fröberg Linus Färjestads BK SWE 16.06.93 Karlstad 182 84 L
29 F Görtz Max Färjestads BK SWE 28.01.93 Höör 189 92 R

Team Finland:
1 GK Richard Ullberg, SaiPa
30 GK Janne Juvonen, Pelicans

2 D Olli Määttä, London Knights
5 D Rasmus Ristolainen, TPS
6 D Niklas Tikkinen, Blues
8 D Joonas Valkonen, Blues
18 D Esa Lindell Jokerit
21 D Ville Pokka, Kärpät
26 D Aleksi Salonen, JYP-Akatemia
34 D Mikko Lehtonen, TPS

10 F Joel Armia, Ässät
12 F Toni Kallela, KalPa
13 F Markus Hännikäinen, Jokerit
14 F Matti Lamberg, Jokerit
15 F Miro Aaltonen, Blues
16 F Aleksander Barkov, Tappara
19 F Teuvo Teräväinen, Jokerit
22 F Miikka Salomäki, Kärpät
23 F Saku Salminen, Jokerit
27 F Heikki Liedes, Tri-City Storm
28 F Artturi Lehkonen, KalPa
29 F Robert Leino, HPK
36 F Nico Nyberg, Blues
61 F Juuso Ikonen, Blues

YARR123 06-25-2012 01:29 PM

How do Sweden and USA have such huge prelim rosters(As opposed to Finland)? There's quite a few guys I'd like team FIN to look at who are not on the prelim roster (and there are some weird picks like Heikki Liedes and Matti Lamberg)

joe89 06-25-2012 01:34 PM

Sweden and USA have camps before the tournament, I guess Finland has not. Sweden will trim it down to 22 players for the tournament, but uses a bigger camp roster for intrasquad games and a couple of games against Czech Republic.

Tormentor 06-25-2012 01:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by YARR123 (Post 51502791)
How do Sweden and USA have such huge prelim rosters(As opposed to Finland)? There's quite a few guys I'd like team FIN to look at who are not on the prelim roster (and there are some weird picks like Heikki Liedes and Matti Lamberg)

Finland will go with those players as long as everyone's available. I used the word "preliminary" at the Finnish board because it'll be 6 weeks before the tournament starts and injuries are a possibility before that.

jayrod1 07-20-2012 07:41 AM

Does anyone know who the coaches will be for Finland and Sweden?

joe89 07-20-2012 04:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jayrod1 (Post 52749697)
Does anyone know who the coaches will be for Finland and Sweden?

Roger Rönnberg for Sweden.

Jussi 07-20-2012 04:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jayrod1 (Post 52749697)
Does anyone know who the coaches will be for Finland and Sweden?

Harri Rindell is the new U-20 coach for Finland along with Tomek Valtonen as assistant.

cydas 08-02-2012 04:04 AM

Will these games be broadcasted online somewhere?

BPilgrim 08-02-2012 04:20 AM

Swehockey says fasthockey.com will broadcast all games.

Jussi 08-03-2012 07:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BPilgrim (Post 53211411)
Swehockey says fasthockey.com will broadcast all games.

I assume for a price? I don't think they've done free broadcast for ages?

Tony Piscotta 08-05-2012 01:30 AM

I'd imagine some of the Finnish players are either completing military obligations or involved with their respective club's summer program. Finland generally uses these camps to find out about some players who haven't been seen as much - and also experiments a lot with their lineup during the Mestis exhibition games. I'd imagine injury may also be a factor.

Quote:

Originally Posted by YARR123 (Post 51502791)
How do Sweden and USA have such huge prelim rosters(As opposed to Finland)? There's quite a few guys I'd like team FIN to look at who are not on the prelim roster (and there are some weird picks like Heikki Liedes and Matti Lamberg)


Jussi 08-05-2012 09:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tony Piscotta (Post 53290585)
I'd imagine some of the Finnish players are either completing military obligations or involved with their respective club's summer program. Finland generally uses these camps to find out about some players who haven't been seen as much - and also experiments a lot with their lineup during the Mestis exhibition games. I'd imagine injury may also be a factor.

SM-liiga teams began/restarted their on-ice training last week so scouting for players would be a bit hard. The junior teams are usually picked by "old merits" at this stage. Hockey federation isn't holding any camps during the summer.

thomast 08-06-2012 06:38 AM

So when the first game of today starts in finnish time? 8pm?

joe89 08-06-2012 02:00 PM

If someone's watching feel free to add notes! I'm gonna try to catch Sweden's games.

Hockeyfrilla 08-06-2012 02:03 PM

How is the quality on the stream? Might watch SWE-US White

joe89 08-06-2012 02:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hockeyfrilla (Post 53322807)
How is the quality on the stream? Might watch SWE-US White

I've watched the last two years, if nothing is new it's pretty poor. Hoping it's a bit better nowadays.

YARR123 08-06-2012 02:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by joe89 (Post 53323097)
I've watched the last two years, if nothing is new it's pretty poor. Hoping it's a bit better nowadays.

Just finished watching FIN - USA blue and it's the same as always. Quite poor, but at least there's commentary, which helps.

Jussi 08-06-2012 02:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by YARR123 (Post 53323393)
Just finished watching FIN - USA blue and it's the same as always. Quite poor, but at least there's commentary, which helps.

What was the final score? At jatkoaika there's only the scorers after two periods.

0-1 Armia (Leino)
3-2 Määttä
3-3 Ikonen (Määttä, Aaltonen)

Torjunnat:
Ullberg 7 + 7
Gibson 8 + 3
Gillies 0 + 4

deakka 08-06-2012 03:18 PM

Someone said the final score was 5-4 USA Blue.

Hockeyfrilla 08-06-2012 03:44 PM

1-0 Swe åberg snipe

joe89 08-06-2012 03:44 PM

Aberg snipes one on the rush. PP goal 1-0. Assist Forsberg.

thomast 08-06-2012 03:45 PM

USA 4-3 Galchenyuk
Finland 4-4 Ikonen
USA 5-4 Lucia

Hockeyfrilla 08-06-2012 03:49 PM

Fröberg almost scores shorthanded

2-0 Zibanejad

joe89 08-06-2012 04:08 PM

Froberg and Gortz look good together, had a good penalty kill aswell. Lundstrom solid in net, some rebounds. Lundberg and Sundqvist look sluggish. The best guys like Klefbom, Zibanejad and Forsberg are leading the pack as expected.

deakka 08-06-2012 04:24 PM

Thanks for the updates. Too bad Sundqvist looks bad. I had small hopes he could make the WJC team. But still would be nice to get to see him since hes drafted by the pens and its always nice to see the prospects of your team get some spotlight :)


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