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04-24-2006, 01:13 PM
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80 shots to 17... wow
Thats just ownage I guess.

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Anybody got a roster for Israel ?

I´d like to know if Ran Oz and Michael Bloomberg played for Israel.

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Nice win by France 4-1 vs Japan. Good way to start even with too many penalties.
No matter the score, just win.

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04-25-2006, 12:54 AM
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Anybody got a roster for Israel ?

I´d like to know if Ran Oz and Michael Bloomberg played for Israel.
1 G AMROMIN Boris
20 G GUSIN Jevgeny

No. Pos. Name
2 D SPIVAK Daniel
11 F EIZENMAN Alon
14 F EIZENMAN Erez
15 F BOCHNER Daniel
5 F EIZENMAN Oren

17 D BERMAN Ron
18 D SOREANU Ron
10 F FRENKEL Sergey
23 F BELO Sergei
33 F REVNIAGA Edouard

6 D SHAMIR Yogev
16 F GELLER Avishai
19 F OOSTERHOUSE Ely
25 F KOROTIN Artium
8 F LEVY Izhak

12 F LEBEDEV Marek
24 F KNITTER Yoni

That's the roster I found, so I guess no Bloomberg and no Oz.

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04-25-2006, 04:51 AM
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Thanks a lot.

Bloomberg, back in 1995 (?), has been in each and every international game for Israel, but he´s been 40+ years old so i was wondering if he´s still playing.

Ran Oz was the most intriguing prospect back then for Israel. He went to Canada and played Junior B there.

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04-27-2006, 12:37 PM
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The decision of Krupp to take Gawlik, Schütz and Gogulla was one of the best the last years...they play awesome, fantastic....

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04-27-2006, 12:39 PM
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Dominant performance by Germany against Great Britain, much better than against Japan.

Especially the Gogulla-Schütz-Gawlik line was exceptional, creating chances nearly every time they were on the ice, finishing with four goals. Schütz had 2+2, Gogulla 1+2 and Gawlik a goal.

Sascha Goc had two goals as well, he's now at four for the tournament.

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04-27-2006, 01:10 PM
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Dominant performance by Germany against Great Britain, much better than against Japan.

Especially the Gogulla-Schütz-Gawlik line was exceptional, creating chances nearly every time they were on the ice, finishing with four goals. Schütz had 2+2, Gogulla 1+2 and Gawlik a goal.

Sascha Goc had two goals as well, he's now at four for the tournament.
So what is the reason, why Schütz wasn't ranked in the last draft-rankings and why Gawlik is ranked so low(because of his size?).

Hmm...why those youngsters haven't been in the team during the olympics??They seem to play much better and effective than players like Kreutzer, Lewandowski, Martinec, Kathan....so some nhl-scouts should really take a look about these youngsters!!!!

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04-28-2006, 02:28 AM
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Gotta be their size.

Though I think they both play a good physical game dispite their lack of size. And I really don't get why Schutz isn't ranked at all.

I still think Gawlik will be selected in the upcoming draft.

Also scouts might want to take a look at Busch and Hordler. They are a little older but they have improved their game a lot over the last couple of seasons.

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Nice we are back. Convincing 5-0 victory over france

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04-30-2006, 04:28 PM
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Gotta be their size.

Though I think they both play a good physical game dispite their lack of size. And I really don't get why Schutz isn't ranked at all.
I think he is ranked on the north-american skaters list.

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Nope, he was until the midseason rankings, but he dropped out for the final one.

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05-01-2006, 03:13 AM
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I was really impressed with the play of the german youngsters Schütz, Gawlik and Gogulla. Looks like you have your future top line already in place...

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I was really impressed with the play of the german youngsters Schütz, Gawlik and Gogulla. Looks like you have your future top line already in place...
Congratulations also to Austria for rejoining the A-group....imo the Austrian league has made a huge step and is not far away from the DEL.
Perhaps next winter i will go to a game in Salzburg.

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ps.: Brandl, Elia Ostwald, M.Garten, Marcel Müller and Simon Danner could also be one day members of the national team with international capabilities.

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05-01-2006, 11:18 AM
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Unfortunately, this appears to have been Stefan Ustorf's last international tournament.

see www.deb-online.de

IMO one of the better German talents of this era. Sad to see him go.

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Nope, he was until the midseason rankings, but he dropped out for the final one.
Oh I see.
Well, it's all about potential, let's wait and see if he gets chosen.

Thank you Ustorf for all you did for the German team!

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