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03-15-2012, 07:01 AM
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St. Petersburg Grand Prize U20

First u20 tournament of the year. Is the St. Petersburg team U-20 as well?

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03-15-2012, 07:22 AM
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Its U19 to be correct

Russia, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and St. Petersburg select team is participating.

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04-03-2012, 12:40 PM
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Czech team for this tournament: http://hokej.cz/index.php?lng=CZ&web...skych_krajanku

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Brankáři:
David Honzík (Victoriaville, QMJHL), LukᚠHorák (Litvínov), Jan Lukᚠ(Olomouc).

Obránci:
TomᚠKvapil (Lulea, Švédsko), Štěpán Jeník, Antonín Růžička (oba Slavia Praha), TomᚠPavelka (PEI Rockets, QMJHL), Ondřej Starý (Pardubice), Jan Bittner (Litvínov), LukᚠChalupa (Tatranští vlci, MHL).

Útočníci:
Dmitrij Jaškin (Slavia Praha), Matěj Beran (PEI Rockets, QMJHL), LukᚠKrálík (Victoria, WHL), Petr Beránek (Kingston, OHL), Erik Němec (Vítkovice), Petr Koblasa (K. Vary), Jakub Šrámek (Litvínov), Michal Švihálek, TomᚠRousek (oba Č. Budějovice), David Březina (Pardubice), Jakub Novák, LukᚠNovák (oba Chomutov), Jan Wasserbauer (Kometa Brno).

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Swedish Roster:
http://www.swehockey.se/ImageVaultFi...ril_2012_u.PDF

1 GK Lassinantti Joel Luleå HF SWE 08.01.93 Luleå 176 82 L
30 GK Lundström Niklas AIK SWE 10.01.93 Värmdö 188 81 L
4 D Nielsen Jonatan Linköpings HC SWE 11.09.93 Anderstorp 190 83 L
6 D Nilsson Tom Mora IK SWE 19.08.93 Stockholm 184 80 R
7 D Klefbom Oscar Färjestads BK SWE 20.07.93 Karlstad 192 91 L
8 D Windlert Filip AIK SWE 24.01.93 Bålsta 185 93 L
9 D Lundberg Arvid Skellefteå AIK SWE 29.09.94 Skellefteå 184 81 L
24 D Johansson Karl Brynäs IF SWE 21.01.93 Östersund 174 76 L
25 D Brodin Jonas Färjestads BK SWE 12.07.93 Karlstad 185 82 L
11 F Boyce Rotevall Jeremy Timrå IK SWE 28.08.93 Stockholm 183 80 L
12 F Görtz Max Färjestads BK SWE 28.01.93 Höör 189 92 R
13 F Arvidsson Viktor Skellefteå AIK SWE 08.04.93 Skellefteå 175 79 R
14 F Fish Christopher Linköpings HC SWE 25.03.93 Örebro 188 86 R
15 F Lundberg Emil Södertälje SK SWE 17.09.93 Katrineholm 191 95 L
16 F Nermark Joachim Linköpings HC SWE 12.05.93 Sunne 184 88 L
17 F Karlsson William VIK Västerås HK SWE 08.01.93 Stockholm 184 80 L
18 F Nyström Erik MODO Hockey SWE 30.10.93 Stockholm 180 80 L
19 F Lilja Jakob Rögle BK SWE 23.07.93 Malmö 183 85 L
20 F Fröberg Linus Färjestads BK SWE 16.06.93 Karlstad 182 84 L
22 F Schumacher Michael Soo Greyhounds CAN 25.08.93 Örnsköldsvik 193 93 L
23 F Blomstrand Ludwig Djurgårdens IF SWE 08.03.93 Uppsala 188 95 L
27 F Åberg Pontus Djurgårdens IF SWE 23.09.93 Stockholm 181 86 R


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04-04-2012, 07:32 AM
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I understand that this team is very experimental, but a lot of players seem to be a strange choice....has Bragin picked them?
http://www.global-sport.ru/players/info?id=16279
http://www.global-sport.ru/players/info?id=16874
http://www.global-sport.ru/players/info?id=16872
http://www.global-sport.ru/players/info?id=16415
http://www.global-sport.ru/players/info?id=17022
http://www.global-sport.ru/players/info?id=16747
http://www.global-sport.ru/players/info?id=16409

if anyone can extrapolate on these players please...

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FIN roster:

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GK ULLBERG Richard 16.07.1993 18 Sipoo 191 84 FIN L SaiPa Lappeenranta
GK KÄLKÄJÄ Olli 13.03.1993 19 Oulu 193 85 FIN L Kärpät Oulu

3 D FRIMAN Niklas 30.08.1993 18 Rauma 188 88 FIN L TPS Turku
4 D LINDBOHM Petteri 23.09.1993 18 Helsinki 190 95 FIN L Jokerit Helsinki
5 D NEVALAINEN Niklas 28.06.1993 18 Nakkila 175 75 FIN L Ässät Pori
6 D RIIKOLA Juuso 09.11.1993 18 Joensuu 182 71 FIN L KalPa Kuopio
7 D OKSANEN Ahti 10.03.1993 19 Espoo 192 88 FIN L Blues Espoo
23 D PIIPPONEN Samuli 13.02.1993 19 Helsinki 192 88 FIN L SaiPa Lappeenranta
26 D SALONEN Aleksi 03.02.1993 19 Muurame 177 77 FIN R JYP Jyväskylä
28 D RANTAKARI Otso 19.11.1993 18 Helsinki 180 72 FIN R Jokerit Helsinki

12 F KALLELA Toni 10.01.1993 19 Oulainen 177 79 FIN L KalPa Kuopio
13 F HÄNNIKÄINEN Markus 26.03.1993 19 Helsinki 188 85 FIN L Jokerit Helsinki
14 F LAMBERG Matti 06.01.1993 19 Kiiminki 180 75 FIN R Kärpät Oulu
18 F REKONEN Aleksi 23.07.1993 18 Helsinki 181 82 FIN L Jokerit Helsinki
19 F LEINO Robert 14.04.1993 18 Hämeenlinna 180 80 FIN R HPK Hämeenlinna
20 F KARVINEN Eetu 27.01.1993 19 Vantaa 182 80 FIN L HIFK Helsinki
24 F NÄPPI Niklas 07.09.1993 18 Eurajoki 175 80 FIN L Lukko Rauma
29 F KOSSILA Kalle 14.04.1993 18 Neuilly-Sur-Seine, FRA 177 74 FIN L Blues Espoo
34 F KURU Hannu 12.05.1993 18 Kaarina 180 76 FIN L TPS Turku
36 F NYBERG Nico 07.09.1993 18 Espoo 184 76 FIN L Blues Espoo
37 F WILENIUS Tomi 15.01.1993 19 Nokia 175 80 FIN R Ilves Tampere
38 F HARJAMA Joona 05.07.1993 18 Hamina 183 80 FIN L SaiPa Lappeenranta

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04-09-2012, 11:33 AM
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Finland & Sweden played a exhibition game vs Team Estonia. Finland won 3-2 yesterday and Sweden won 6-0 today.

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roster of Slovakia http://www.hockeyslovakia.sk/sk/clan...eho-petrohradu

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Finland & Sweden played a exhibition game vs Team Estonia. Finland won 3-2 yesterday and Sweden won 6-0 today.
1-0 ES Pontus Åberg (Jeremy Boyce-Rotevall)
2-0 ES Max Görtz (Karl Johansson, Erik Nyström)
3-0 PP Emil Lundberg (Viktor Arvidsson, Jonas Brodin)
4-0 ES Karl Johansson
5-0 PP Pontus Åberg (Jonas Brodin, William Karlsson)
6-0 PP Jakob Lilja (Jeremy Boyce-Rotevall, Erik Nyström)

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why is St. Pet playing a non-u20 team but many older players

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why is St. Pet playing a non-u20 team but many older players
because only U20 team would suck against the rest?

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Buchnevich scored against Finland. Why is this guy not good enough to play WC U18?

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Buchnevich scored against Finland. Why is this guy not good enough to play WC U18?
Buchnevich 1+1 for U20. Parfenov is an idiot.

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Buchnevich 1+1 for U20. Parfenov is an idiot.
THIS
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Theres a recent article on allhockey.ru about U20 team.Bragin talks about Buchnevich in there. These 95 guys are so good Bragin might have to go with a younger team for next U20.
Grigori Dikushin
Ivan barbashev
Pavel Buchnevich
Valeri Nichushkin
Sergei Tolchinsky
Nikita Zadorov

What will it be, future Stars or 19 yrs old KHL full timers for U20 ...??

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where can i see live score/live updates from games? want to follow SWE-CZE

EDIT: Here maybe? http://fhr.ru/content/tours/170.html

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What will it be, future Stars or 19 yrs old KHL full timers for U20 ...??
Good luck finding those U20's full KHL-ers... Not many around these days.

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where can i see live score/live updates from games? want to follow SWE-CZE
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Good luck finding those U20's full KHL-ers... Not many around these days.
You are right. They might even be around playing for weaker teams but not national team quality. Having most of the team full KHLers which play top minutes in their teams would make a huge difference especially for the defence. There will be 2-3 spots for forwards and 1-2 for defencemen to decide between quality or experience.
Some of the guys i expect to do full time in KHL next season but most of them already locks for the team: Kosov, Prokhorkin, Slepyshev, Shalunov, Kucherov, Nesterov, Yarullin, Dyakov
not bad including the 5 NA guys- at least- being locks

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You are right. They might even be around playing for weaker teams but not national team quality. Having most of the team full KHLers which play top minutes in their teams would make a huge difference especially for the defence. There will be 2-3 spots for forwards and 1-2 for defencemen to decide between quality or experience.
Some of the guys i expect to do full time in KHL next season but most of them already locks for the team: Kosov, Prokhorkin, Slepyshev, Shalunov, Kucherov, Nesterov, Yarullin, Dyakov
not bad including the 5 NA guys- at least- being locks
You are an optimist. CSKA just found a pot of gold, chances for youngsters breaking through will be even smaller. Would be cool if Shalunov got Kuznetsov's place if he left to NHL or SKA/Ufa but it's unlikely as they are title chasers, same thing for Yarullin, he could be loaned to Yugra but again it's a stretch. Who knows, I hope I'm wrong.

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THIS
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Theres a recent article on allhockey.ru about U20 team.Bragin talks about Buchnevich in there. These 95 guys are so good Bragin might have to go with a younger team for next U20.
Yes, Bragin was impressed by Buchnevich's play and compared him to Malkin. According to that article Buchnevich had even 2+1 and was named game's best player The guy had 15+29 in 45 games in MHL and 4+3 in 10 play-off games this year, better stats than Grigs had last season an he doesnt make U18 team. Its nonesense. I doubt there is better center than Pavel on that team.

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Yes, Bragin was impressed by Buchnevich's play and compared him to Malkin. According to that article Buchnevich had even 2+1 and was named game's best player The guy had 15+29 in 45 games in MHL and 4+3 in 10 play-off games this year, better stats than Grigs had last season an he doesnt make U18 team. Its nonesense. I doubt there is better center than Pavel on that team.
yes, plus this article. It seems, he will get his chance in Severstal soon

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Parfenov is responsible for the outcome, and if it's not good - he should be let go. He left a lot of great underagers off the team

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Parfenov is responsible for the outcome, and if it's not good - he should be let go. He left a lot of great underagers off the team
What do you expect from Russia this year? What this team has to do to get Parfyonov fired in your eyes?

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