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Group C • 05/13/10 • Sweden 1, Czech Republic 2

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05-13-2010, 05:47 AM
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Group C • 05/13/10 • Sweden 1, Czech Republic 2

2010 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP | GROUP C
MAY 13 • 20:15 CET • 2:15 PM ET
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Live Summary

0-1. Rolinek (unassisted) 0:54, 1st - SHG
1-1. P.-Svensson (Wallin) 4:03, 2nd
1-2. Hubáček (Novotný, Vokoun) 9:18, 2nd

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SAP Arena, Mannheim, Germany

Sweden
Official lineup.

Left WingCenterRight Wing
21 Jimmie Ericsson
9 Tony Mårtensson
26 Marcus Nilson
91 Magnus P.-Svensson
51 Rickard Wallin (A)
20 Andreas Engqvist
23 Linus Omark
24 Johan Harju
22 Niklas Persson (A)
71 Jonas Andersson
92 Michael Nylander
12 Fredrik Pettersson

Left DefenseRight Defense
77 Victor Hedman
6 Magnus Johansson (C)
52 Jonathan Ericsson
65 Erik Karlsson
3 Oliver Ekman-Larsson
5 Christian Bäckman
11 Calle Gunnarsson
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Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
50 Jonas Gustavsson
35 Anders Lindbäck

ScratchedReason
G 25 Jacob Markström
Healthy
D 8 Sanny Lindström
Healthy
R 80 Mattias Weinhandl
Post-concussion syndrome, out for tournament

Czech Republic
Official lineup.

Left WingCenterRight Wing
20 Jakub Klepiš
10 Roman Červenka
68 Jaromír Jágr (A)
60 Tomáš Rolinek (C)
15 Jan Marek
93 Jakub Voráček
22 Lukáš Kašpar
14 Petr Vampola
12 Jiří Novotný
11 Petr Hubáček
42 Petr Koukal
27 Martin Růžička
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Extra Forward:
91 Marek Kvapil

Left DefenseRight Defense
36 Petr Čáslava (A)
3 Michal Rozsíval
23 Petr Gřegořek
4 Karel Rachůnek
44 Miroslav Blaťák
8 Michal Barinka

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
29 Tomáš Vokoun
31 Ondřej Pavelec

ScratchedReason
D 5 Filip Novák
Injury

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Konstantin OleninReferee
Konstantin GordenkoLinesman
Antonin SemionovLinesman


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05-13-2010, 06:02 AM
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Omark needs to step up from now on if we want to achieve anything.

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No Jonathan or Jimmie Ericsson?

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I see a clear win for Sweden. Hopefully we'll lose with dignity.

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These lineups are correct for this match:

Klepis - Cervenka - Jagr
Rolinek - Marek - Voracek
Kaspar - Vampola - Novotny
Hubacek - Koukal - Ruzicka
Kvapil

Caslava - Rozsival
Blatak - Barinka
Gregorek - Rachunek
Novak (injured)

Vokoun
Pavelec

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I see a clear win for Sweden. Hopefully we'll lose with dignity.
Please no predictions like this, they don't work, especially at this tournament. Every match is different and I see no purpose in being defeatistic.

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These lineups are correct for this match:

Klepis - Cervenka - Jagr
Rolinek - Marek - Voracek
Kaspar - Vampola - Novotny
Hubacek - Koukal - Ruzicka
Kvapil

Caslava - Rozsival
Blatak - Barinka
Gregorek - Rachunek
Novak (injured)

Vokoun
Pavelec
I preferred line 1 on the initial one

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I see a clear win for Sweden. Hopefully we'll lose with dignity.
why so pessimistic? got some finnish blood in you?
I think it's gunna be a close game I'm looking forward to it.. 4-3 in OT, with either team winning.. Jagr with a pair

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No Jonathan or Jimmie Ericsson?
If Jonathan isn't playing tonight, I'm going to take a bat to BÅG:s knees.

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Let's go Czech Republic ! Give some love to the French !

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Jagr will win

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Jagr will win
Not by himself he won't

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Jagr will win
Lets hope so.

Down with BÅG.

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Lets hope so.

Down with BÅG.
No I cheer for my country. BÅG as you know will be gone after the WHC regardless of the team's performance. Why wish failure for the players.

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05-13-2010, 10:11 AM
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If Jonathan isn't playing tonight, I'm going to take a bat to BÅG:s knees.
Think he played with Karlsson in practice.

Which would give us(probably);

Hedman-Johansson
Ericsson-Karlsson
Gunnarsson-OEL
Bäckman-Lindström

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This should be a close match. I'm considering skipping class to watch this in the computer lab

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SWEDES

And it won't be even close. It is a plain fact they just know our button. Their organized and patient play makes our skill players frustrated and we don't even have any skill or quality players this year (okay Jágr and Voráček, but that is it, Marek is a total fairy!).

Just as well as Swedes can't beat Russians to save their lives we can't beat Swedes to save ours. That is a fact. We beat them on those silly Euro hockey tour just to lose the only match of the season that matters to them (WCHamps) year by year.

We lose to them on big tournaments on regular basis even with our A-teams (we might outshoot them, outplay them, but they just find the way to win and that's the only thing that matters), so we have no business lumbering any points out of them with this C-team we have this year.

Sad but. We're going to go further with 0 points and will get smacked by Danes, Canadians etc. and then whacked by Russians in the 1/4 finals and then this misery will be finally over.

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Please no predictions like this, they don't work, especially at this tournament. Every match is different and I see no purpose in being defeatistic.
The purpose is of course to prevent severe disappointment. If they lose, well you expected it, if they win you're pleasantly surprised. Better that, than the other way around surely?

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These lineups are correct for this match:

Klepis - Cervenka - Jagr
Rolinek - Marek - Voracek
Kaspar - Vampola - Novotny
Hubacek - Koukal - Ruzicka
Kvapil

Caslava - Rozsival
Blatak - Barinka
Gregorek - Rachunek
Novak (injured)

Vokoun
Pavelec



Please no predictions like this, they don't work, especially at this tournament. Every match is different and I see no purpose in being defeatistic.
Guys why do you join this atrocity and wrote our Czech names crippled? Do you expect anybody will appreciate that, do you have no pride? Or you expect me to believe you don't have Czech keyboard layout installed? It only takes 2 clicks in Windows.
See the Swedes write Bäckman and BÅG, not Backman and BAG. I implore you, countrymen of mine, grow a pair, because this make me sick. I'm terminally sick of reading Ruzicka and Blatak. Those are not their names!


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Those are not their names!
Thinking about it now, I'm not even sure what the Czech names are supposed to look like... Guess you may have a point, never really noticed it though.

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Guys why do you join this atrocity and wrote our Czech names crippled? Do you expect anybody will appreciate that, do you have no pride? Or you expect me to believe you don't have Czech keyboard layout installed? It only takes 2 clicks in Windows.
See the Swedes write Bäckman and BÅG, not Backman and BAG. I implore you, countrymen of mine, grow a pair, because this make me sick. I'm terminally sick of reading Ruzicka and Blatak. Those are not their names!
Yeah, because your avatar is accurate.

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Thinking about it now, I'm not even sure what the Czech names are supposed to look like... Guess you may have a point, never really noticed it though.
Here they are as they are correctly (the corrected ones in bold):

Klepiš - Červenka - Jágr
Rolinek - Marek - Voráček
Kašpar - Vampola - Novotný
Hubáček - Koukal - Růžička
Kvapil

Čáslava - Rozsíval
Blaťák - Barinka
Gřegořek - Rachůnek
Novák (injured)

Vokoun
Pavelec


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Yeah, because your avatar is accurate.
Got me big time Yea, I didn't create this avatar, only adopted it prior to the Olympics. Shame on me nevertheless.

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05-13-2010, 12:28 PM
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The pessimism of the Czech fans certainly makes me doubt that this game will actually be worth watching.

Might as well watch a film or something if this is such a certain victory for Sweden.

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The pessimism of the Czech fans certainly makes me doubt that this game will actually be worth watching.

Might as well watch a film or something if this is such a certain victory for Sweden.
Just watch and enjoy. You will be given all the reason to do so. We don't have the lineup to match your team, we knew it all the way, as we received some 25+ "not coming" from our NHLers. Paradoxically, the Danes have more NHLers on their team than we do, don't know if I should laugh or cry.

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Same deal for Sweden. Not only did our NHLers turn down their invitations, so did the best players in SEL. Also, BÅG is an idiot and picks crappy players because.... well i dunno, because he's BÅG.

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