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Div II A worlds + live stream link

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04-12-2012, 03:07 PM
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Div II A worlds + live stream link

this website I think is showing all the games..High quality feed too . currently here is Iceland vs New Zealand. Earlier I watched the Spain vs Croatia upset.

http://mbl.is/sport/ishokki/

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Forgot this was on! Will they be doing future games too!?

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Forgot this was on! Will they be doing future games too!?
I think they will. the stream was really high quality so I hope so!

heres the official iihf tournament link

http://www.iihf.com/channels1112/wm-iia/statistics.html

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I think they will. the stream was really high quality so I hope so!

heres the official iihf tournament link

http://www.iihf.com/channels1112/wm-iia/statistics.html
Thanks, already figured out the gmt conversion so hope it works out!

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Our (Bristol Pitbulls in England's ENL1 league) Martin Lee is in the lineup for New Zealand. Will try and get to see him play in a game.

Thanks for the link.

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Croatia tied it! I love this link!

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It really looked like Croatia was going to score the 3rd goal first for awhile. Tough to say from limited camera angles and replay if the Croatian goalie was truly interfered with on the 3rd goal.

Oh wells, I enjoyed it.

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Anyone notice thats former pro joel prpic playing for croatia?

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Thanks for that link!!! I can see Spain playing

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Wow, did not notice. Here's his hockeydb page. Anyone know why the big gap in hockey playing during the 2000s?

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=15507

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Wow, did not notice. Here's his hockeydb page. Anyone know why the big gap in hockey playing during the 2000s?

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=15507
Dont use hockeydb, Elite Prospects is way better..
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=44608

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Dont use hockeydb, Elite Prospects is way better..
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=44608
Thanks, a lot better!

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Strong performances by Team Spain. I can see them fighting for the title against Estonia

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yeah theyve been playing really good hockey the past few years. if they win this tournament the step to div 1 is awesome progress. they beat estonia i think its all theirs. even iceland is looking decent. interested to see how they do against estonia/croatia

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yeah theyve been playing really good hockey the past few years. if they win this tournament the step to div 1 is awesome progress. they beat estonia i think its all theirs. even iceland is looking decent. interested to see how they do against estonia/croatia
Well, Spain played in Div 1 last year for the very first time in their history. That's the goal of this team, they want to return to Div 1, that would we awesome for us.

By the way, Ander Alcaine, our goalie, had an invitation for a trial with Toronto Maple Leafs. That's the biggest step by a Spaniard in ice hockey

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The winner of tomorrow's game Spain vs Estonia will have a place in Division I.

We've just shut Iceland (0-4) with another awesome performance by our star, the goalie Ander Alcaine.

Vamos España!!!

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