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04-07-2009, 04:56 AM
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Kärpät-Blues 1-4
9.33 0-1 Toni Häppölä
18.52 0-2 Stefan Öhman (Jari Tolsa, Ryan Keller)
39.33 0-3 Keller (Öhman, Toni Kähkönen) DP
44.03 1-3 Justin Forrest (Toni Koivisto)
49.23 1-4 Ismo Kuoppala (Ben Eaves, Kähkönen) PP

Tuomas Tarkki 23 - Mikko Koskinen 27

K 5x2 - B 4x2

KalPa-JYP 1-2
18.02 1-0 Timo Salo SH
31.43 1-1 Tuomas Pihlman (Jyrki Välivaara, Ville Mäntymaa) PP
38.06 1-2 Ossi Louhivaara (Jarkko Immonen, Välivaara)

Mika Oksa 21 - Sinuhe Wallinheimo 22

K 3x2 - J 7x2

Blues-Kärpät 5-7
15.20 1-0 Ben Eaves (Toni Kähkönen, Petri Lammassaari)
16.58 2-0 Kähkönen (Petri Kokko, Eaves) PP DP
26.43 2-1 Vesa Viitakoski (Martti Järventie, Toni Dahlman)
33.21 2-2 Tommi Paakkolanvaara
35.55 2-3 Juhamatti Aaltonen (Daniel Corso, Ilkka Mikkola) PP
42.16 2-4 Jonas Andersson (Corso, Aaltonen)
42.58 3-4 Eaves (Kokko, Ismo Kuoppala) PP
47.19 4-4 Petri Lammassaari (Eaves, Rami Alanko)
49.00 4-5 Corso (Andersson, Aaltonen)
49.42 4-6 Toni Koivisto (Kristian Kuusela, Jari Viuhkola)
56.32 5-6 Ryan Keller (Teemu Nurmi, Mikael Kurki)
59.21 5-7 Viitakoski (Josef Boumedienne, Mikkola) EN

Mikko Koskinen 30 - Tuomas Tarkki 31
B 3x2 - K 6x2

JYP-KalPa 4-1
1.28 1-0 Tuomas Pihlman (Antti Virtanen, Jarkko Immonen) PP
27.30 2-0 Immonen (Virtanen, Pihlman)
43.56 3-0 Harri Pesonen (Mikko Hakkarainen, Jani Tuppurainen)
59.02 3-1 Tapio Laakso (Timo Salo)
59.53 4-1 Jari Jääskeläinen (Juha-Pekka Hytönen, Hakkarainen)

Sinuhe Wallinheimo 23 - Mika Oksa 26

J 2x2 - K 4x2

JYP wins the series 4-1

Kärpät-Blues 4-3 OT
11.58 0-1 Toni Kähkönen (Ben Eaves, Ismo Kuoppala)
15.20 1-1 Kristian Kuusela (Josef Boumedienne, Jari Viuhkola)
35.02 1-2 Ryan Keller (Jari Tolsa)
36.10 1-3 Tomi Ståhlhammar (Rami Alanko, Kuoppala)
49.54 2-3 Justin Forrest (Daniel Corso, Jonas Andersson)
59.26 3-3 Vesa Viitakoski (Boumedienne)
63.41 4-3 Juhamatti Aaltonen (Andersson)

Tuomas Tarkki 20 - Mikko Koskinen 29
K 8x2 - B 7x2

Kärpät wins the series 4-2.

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04-09-2009, 05:13 AM
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JYP-Kärpät 2-1 OT
12.07 1-0 Tuomas Pihlman (Antti Virtanen, Jarkko Immonen)
37.53 1-1 Daniel Corso (Ilkka Mikkola, Oskari Korpikari)
61.21 2-1 Harri Pesonen (Kalle Kaijomaa, Jani Tuppurainen)

Sinuhe Wallinheimo 21, Pekka Tuokkola 0 (played 12.07-12.15) - Tuomas Tarkki 27
J 3x2 + Tuomas Vänttinen 5+20 - K 6x2

JYP leads 1-0.

Sport-Ässät 1-3
15.04 0-1 Erik Rasmussen (Pasi Peltonen, Derek Damon)
33.33 0-2 Tommi Huhtala (Severi Sillanpää)
34.53 1-2 Josh Prudden (Markku Erholtz, Antti Jaatinen) PP
35.31 1-3 Rasmussen

Jaakko Suomalainen 28 - Eero Kilpeläinen 37
S 5x2 - Ä 5x2

Ässät-Sport 5-0
5.42 1-0 Matti Kuparinen (Severi Sillanpää, Tapio Sammalkangas) PP
28.53 2-0 Ville Uusitalo (Marko Luomala, Kuparinen)
47.50 3-0 Tommi Huhtala (Sillanpää, Tuomas Huhtanen)
49.41 4-0 Sammalkangas (Marko Luomala, Sillanpää) PP
54.35 5-0 Tero Määttä (Luomala, Kuparinen) PP

Eero Kilpeläinen 35 - Jaakko Suomalainen 28
Ä 6x2 - S 9x2

Sport-Ässät 2-1 OT
13.41 1-0 Markus Jämsä (Samuli Kivimäki, Markku Erholtz) PP
36.09 1-1 Marko Luomala (Ville Uusitalo, Teemu Virkkunen) PP DP
63.23 2-1 Jämsä (Paul Cabana, Pete Suonpää)

Jaakko Suomalainen 27 - Eero Kilpeläinen 40
S 9x2 + Antti Uitto 10 - Ä 5x2

Ässät-Sport 3-4
0.41 0-1 Toni Sihvonen (Paul Cabana, Markus Jämsä)
2.19 0-2 Josh Prudden (Juha Koivisto, Justin Aikins)
31.11 0-3 Tuomas Takala (Timo Pahkala) SH
38.49 1-3 Tommi Huhtala (Marko Kivenmäki, Tero Määttä)
48.36 2-3 Huhtala (Markku Tähtinen)
51.33 2-4 Paul Cabana (Antti Jaatinen, Tuomas Takala)
53.46 3-4 Matti Kuparinen (Määttä) DP

Eero Kilpeläinen 32 - Jaakko Suomalainen 35
Ä 6x2 - S 10x2 + Antti Uitto 10 + Markus Jämsä 10

Sport leads 3-2.

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04-09-2009, 07:35 AM
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D-Day in Vaasa! Go Sport!

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04-10-2009, 01:38 AM
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D-Day in Vaasa! Go Sport!
All the gloryhunters suddenly on Spawrts side? LOL. Too bad for you guys that they're going down, I'll single handedly yell them down tomorrow if nothing else works.

Periksi ei anneta milloinkaan jne jne.

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04-10-2009, 03:35 AM
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Ässät has shown so little will to do any damage in SM-liiga so a little change wouldn't hurt...

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04-10-2009, 06:27 AM
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Ässät has shown so little will to do any damage in SM-liiga so a little change wouldn't hurt...
Some changes in the management certainly wouldn't hurt, but that's not likely to happen since Ässät will play in the Sm-liiga next season. Sport wouldn't do any better than Ässät though, guaranteed.

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04-10-2009, 08:15 AM
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I'm hoping that Sport wins so that hockeyfans around Finland will get a taste of what seems to be a brilliant fan culture.






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04-10-2009, 09:18 AM
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What's the deal? You can also find Ässät fans from youtube. Luckily these games are played on ice, not in the stands though a water gun would match the spitting Sport fans... And who can stand Tamminen if he gets the promotion...

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04-10-2009, 10:23 AM
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What's the deal? You can also find Ässät fans from youtube.
So you're saying that Ässät fans can have that kind of impact when Ässät is playing away from Pori? I don't think so. And that's the deal. And I think a possible relegation would serve as a well needed wake-up call for the organization in Pori.

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04-10-2009, 06:14 PM
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Tami is maybe the most overrated coach in Finland, but still must hope that Sport wins.

...and thank god that JYP win today. When everybody say anything, must say that i hate both Kärpät and JYP, but kärpät are so... arrogated and they have so much money buy all class players, must hate them. Thats the reason for JYP

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04-11-2009, 01:45 AM
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Tami is maybe the most overrated coach in Finland, but still must hope that Sport wins.

...and thank god that JYP win today. When everybody say anything, must say that i hate both Kärpät and JYP, but kärpät are so... arrogated and they have so much money buy all class players, must hate them. Thats the reason for JYP
Tami overrated? By who? I think he has been dirt for years.

I root for Sport too in these series, well I gotta my dad used to support them in the 70´s while living in Vaasa.

And agree with JYP thing too, I can´t stand both of them but hope that JYP wins.

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04-11-2009, 11:33 AM
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I'm hoping that Sport wins so that hockeyfans around Finland will get a taste of what seems to be a brilliant fan culture.

Yeah, spitting on other teams fans, chanting "Team Name Haista Vittu!" and throwing raw eggs is just AWESOME fan culture.

EDIT: BTW, as an Ässät-fan, I've never been this relieved about anything.


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Ässät won 3-0 on ice, 6-0 in audience.

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Ässät won 3-0 on ice, 6-0 in audience.
Home team audience should do that on a regular basis, especially if your team is in danger to sank. But the way Ässät have played the whole season I understand it´s not that easy.

A major shake up to happen in Pori?


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Home team audience should do that on a regular basis, especially if your team is in danger to sank.
And which teams fans could have done that against the red army? Besides they got their faces owned (in both meanings of the word) in the game 7 and thats all that matters really, since - as we all know - it tends to be the deciding game of the series.


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A major shake up to happen in Pori?
We can only wait and hope for the best, but like I mentioned earlier that's not likely to happen since Ässät kept their place in the Sm-liiga. My guess would be that Alpo is the only guy kicked out, the management will remain in the form it is and has been for way to long. I'd personally throw everyone out except for (TJ) Hirsimäki, who's actually done pretty good job in the financial level.

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Congrats JYP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Congrats JYP!

And SM-liiga makes a fool of itself yet again. Splitting the MVP award... Has that ever happened in any league?

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And SM-liiga makes a fool of itself yet again. Splitting the MVP award... Has that ever happened in any league?
That was the right thing to do.

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And SM-liiga makes a fool of itself yet again. Splitting the MVP award... Has that ever happened in any league?
...and it goes to JYP goalies Sinuhe Wallinheimo and Pekka Tuokkola. In case someone doesnt know. Those guys played about half and half of the playoff games. I dont have anything against it even if JYP`s defense made it pretty easy for those guys.

Gongrats JYP! Best team this season without a doupt.

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I would have given the trophy for some of their defensemen. Playoffs overall, Välivaara 2+6 and +7, Malmivaara 2+3 and +10 would have been great choices.

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CONGRATS JYP!!!!!!!!!

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So the playouts were a one-year-hit
http://www.jatkoaika.com/smliiga.php...utiset&id=9527

Good, all tho it seems the only reason they got the axe is money.

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So the playouts were a one-year-hit
http://www.jatkoaika.com/smliiga.php...utiset&id=9527

Good, all tho it seems the only reason they got the axe is money.
Wow, You don´t see that very often, SM-Liiga suit clowns making a good decision.

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We can only wait and hope for the best, but like I mentioned earlier that's not likely to happen since Ässät kept their place in the Sm-liiga. My guess would be that Alpo is the only guy kicked out, the management will remain in the form it is and has been for way to long. I'd personally throw everyone out except for (TJ) Hirsimäki, who's actually done pretty good job in the financial level.
Didn't see much of the SM-Liiga this year but why is it Assat is in such disarray? Was it just simply finances that caused so many players to head elsewhere or are there other issues? HPK-Assat was quite entertaining a couple of years ago. What happened?

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Well, they basically lost many players from that team and even if they got lot of money for success, they didn't invest on getting better players. The team that went to finals wasn't that good in material (they had really good spirit though).

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