SPAIN UNDER 18:
2010 IIHF World U18 Championship.
DIVISION II - GROUP B.
3rd. Spain (2-1-0-2) 8 pts (17:22)
Slovenia is promoted to the 2011 IIHF World U18 Championship Div I.
Australia is relegated to the 2011 IIHF World U18 Championship Div III.
Game 1: Slovakia 9 - 2 Spain.
Bruno Gonzalez (GK): 49 SVS - 28 SOG.
Oriol Boronat and Juan Gordo: 1 G.
Pol Gonzalez, Borja Oyono and Adrián Gonzalez: 1 A
Game 2: Spain 6 - 3 Australia
Bruno Gonzalez (GK): 23 SVS - 26 SOG.
Oriol Boronat: 4 G.
Javier García-Arias: 1 G + 1 A.
Zigor Martínez: 1 G.
Borja Oyono and Adrián Ubieto: 1 A.
Game 3: Ukraine 7 - 1 Spain.
Bruno Gonzalez (GK): 36 SVS - 43 SOG.
Juan Gordo: 1 G.
Javier García-Arias and Einar Meyerson: 1 A.
Game 4: Spain 5 - 1 Belgium.
Bruno Gonzalez (GK): 13 SVS - 14 SOG.
Oriol Boronat: 2 G + 1 A.
Javier García-Arias: 1 G + 2 A.
Pol González: 2 A.
Jorge Vea and Einar Meyerson: 1 G.
Adrián Gonzalez and Iñigo Lasuen: 1 A.
Game 5: Netherlands 2 - 3 (OT) Spain.
Bruno González (GK): 29 SVS - 31 SOG.
Oriol Boronat: 1 G + 1 A.
Javier García-Arias and Einar Meyerson: 1 G.
Jorge Vea, Zigor Martínez, Adrián Gonzalez and Juan Gordo: 1 A.
Best Player selected by Coaches: Adrián González.
Scoring Leader: Oriol Boronat (8).
Assist Leader: Javier García-Arias (4).
Defenseman Scoring Leader: Jorge Vea and Borja Oyono (2).
Face-Off Leader: Adrián Gonzalez (58.23 - 46/33 - +13).
Plus-Minus Leader: Oriol Boronat (+5).
Most Penalty Minutes: Juan Gordo (36).
Most Shots on Goal: Oriol Boronat (32).
Better Shooting Percentage: Einar Meyerson and Juan Gordo (50.00)
Goalie Stats: Bruno González (5 G - 87.21 SVS (150/172) - 4.39 GAA).
- Oriol Boronat played previously with the U20 team and after that, he went to the Spain Senior Team. Oriol is one of the best young players at Spain and one of the future leaders of Barcelona's Offensive with another prospects like Juan Muñoz and Einar Meyerson, and another players like Danilo Didkovsky, Mikael Boberg or Ramon Morer.
- Another good player was Javier García-Arias, one of the Juniors of SAD Majadahonda. Young offensive with Adrián Gonzalez and Gonzalo Ansa. Majadahonda recenty became the winner of the U18 Transpirenaic League. García-Arias scored two goals in the last game against Jaca. Majadahonda, despite the economic troubles, is doing a terrific job at lower competitions (U18, U13, U11, U9,...) and is one of the best teams producing young players to the Spanish National Team.
- The spanish goalie, Bruno Gonzalez, despite the lack of chances at Aramon Jaca, showed a great level at this competition. With Ander Alcaine (the starter with the U20 and Senior), Gonzalez is one of the best young goalies actually at Spain.