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10-31-2012, 11:35 AM
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Deutschland Cup

Does somebody know when the official Rosters for the "Deutschlandcup" next Weekend will be announced? Could be a great Team Canada when you look at all the Players in Europe right now.

I live 1h from Munich and will be in attendance.

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11-01-2012, 04:49 AM
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Switzerland's roster has been announced already, but I couldn't find anything about the three other teams.

I guess it should be announced soon, the tournament starts in just one week.

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11-01-2012, 06:14 AM
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Slovak roster was released earlier this week:

Peter Hamerlík (Oceláři Třinec/CZE) 1982
Jaroslav Janus (Slovan Bratislava) 1989

Ivan Baranka (Ufa/KHL) 1985
Marek Ďaloga (HC Pardubice/CZE) 1989
Kristián Kudroč (Novosibirsk/KHL) 1981
Juraj Mikuš (LEV Praha/KHL) 1988
Michal Sersen (LEV Praha/KHL) 1985
TomᚠSlovák (HC Plzeň/CZE) 1983
Martin Štajnoch (Bratislava) 1990
Richard Stehlík (MODO/SEL) 1984

Mário Bližňák (Bratislava) 1987
Marcel Haščák (HC Košice) 1987
Marcel Hossa (LEV Praha/KHL) 1981
Marek Hovorka (Sparta Praha/CZE) 1984
Libor Hudáček (Bratislava) 1990
Michel Miklík (Bratislava) 1982
Juraj Mikúš (LEV Praha/KHL) 1987
Branko Radivojevič (Spartak Moscow/KHL) 1980
Rastislav Špirko (Ekaterinburg/KHL) 1984
Andrej Šťastný (Bratislava) 1991
TomᚠZáborský (Omsk/KHL) 1987
Peter Galamboš (Bilí Tigři Liberec/CZE) 1989
TomᚠMarcinko (HC Košice) 1985
Peter Ölvecký (Bratislava) 1985

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11-01-2012, 08:45 AM
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Does somebody know when the official Rosters for the "Deutschlandcup" next Weekend will be announced? Could be a great Team Canada when you look at all the Players in Europe right now.

I live 1h from Munich and will be in attendance.
J.S Aubin R 5'11 181 19/07/1977 Montreal, Que. Dusseldorf
31 Fred Brathwaite L 5'8 172 24/11/1972 Ottawa, Ont. Adler Mannheim
Defense
2 Paul Manning L 6'4 205 15/04/1979 Red Deer, Alta. Hannover
5 Sean Blanchard L 5'11 198 29/03/1978 Sudbury, Ont. Nurnberg
6 Jame Pollock R 6'2 207 16/06/1979 Québec City, Que. Adler Mannheim
7 Mario Scalzo L 5'10 190 11/11/1984 St-Hubert, Que. Adler Mannheim
17 Derrick Walser L 5'10 194 12/05/1978 New Glasgow, N.S. Eisbaren Berlin
21 T.J. Kemp L 5'11 197 07/03/1981 Pickering, Ont. Nurnberg
22 Stephane Julien R 5'11 194 07/04/1974 Shawinigan, Que. EHC Munich
28 Richie Regehr R 6'0 196 17/01/1983 Rosthern, Sask. Eisbaren Berlin
Forwards
8 Connor James R 5'10 176 25/08/1982 Calgary, Alta. Dusseldorf
9 Nathan Robinson L 5'9 181 31/12/1981 Scarborough, Ont. Adler Mannheim
10 Craig MacDonald L 6'2 201 04/07/1977 Antigonish, N.S. Adler Mannheim
12 Chris Herperger L 6'0 200 24/02/1974 Esterhazy, Sask. Hannover
14 Norm Milley R 6'0 192 14/02/1980 Toronto, Ont. Wolfsburg
15 Eric Schneider R 6'0 196 15/09/1977 Calgary, Alta. EHC Munich
16 Tyler Beechey L 5'11 194 05/06/1981 Edmonton, Alta. Dusseldorf
18 Tyler Bouck L 5'11 194 13/01/1980 Camrose, Alta. ERC Ingolstadt
19 Lee Goren R 6'3 205 26/12/1977 Winnipeg, Man. Straubing Tigers (GER)
23 Matt Dzieduszycki L 5'11 185 08/04/1980 Mississauga, Ont. Hannover
24 Derek Hahn R 6'0 185 27/12/1977 Elmira, Ont. Straubing Tigers
25 Colin Murphy L 6'0 196 11/04/1980 Fort McMurray, Alta. Hamburg
27 Adam Mitchell R 5'10 191 12/01/1982 Port Elgin, Ont. Hannover
Can't attend
27 Justin Papineau L 5'11 203 15/01/1981 Ottawa, Ont. Adler Mannheim
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11-01-2012, 12:37 PM
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i think that is last years Roster of Team Canada. Brathwaite has retired and Schneider is injured f.e.

EDIT: Must be two years ago cause Derek Hahn is playing for Ingolstadt since 2011 and not Straubing

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The slovak roster is this years roster, but the Canadien one is from 2010. I hope they release the rest of the rosters soon. I want to put these teams in my NHL 13 and see who comes out on top.

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11-07-2012, 07:22 AM
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The slovak roster is this years roster, but the Canadien one is from 2010. I hope they release the rest of the rosters soon. I want to put these teams in my NHL 13 and see who comes out on top.
Well the German and Swiss teams will be playing without any of the NHL-players who are currently playing in Europe.

This is the German team:

Goalies: Dimitrij Kotschnew (Hamburg Freezers), Dennis Endras (Adler Mannheim), Rob Zepp (Eisbären Berlin)

Defensemen: Sinan Akdag (Krefeld Pinguine), Moritz Müller (Kölner Haie), Jens Baxmann, Frank Hördler (beide Eisbären Berlin), Nikolai Goc (Adler Mannheim), Benedikt Kohl, Benedikt Schopper (beide EHC Wolfsburg), Florian Ondruschka (Straubing Tigers), Felix Petermann (EHC München)

Forwards: Alexander Barta (Rögle BK/Schweden), Martin Buchwieser (EHC München), Garret Festerling, Jerome Flaake, David Wolf (alle Hamburg Freezers), Kai Hospelt (EHC Wolfsburg), Marcus Kink, Frank Mauer, Christoph Ullmann (alle Adler Mannheim), Philip Gogulla, Felix Schütz (beide Kölner Haie), Thomas Greilinger (ERC Ingolstadt), Marcel Müller (MoDo Hockey/Schweden), Daniel Pietta (Krefeld Pinguine), Patrick Reimer (Nürnberg Ice Tigers), Michael Wolf (Iserlohn Roosters)


And this is the Swiss team:

Goalies (2): Reto Berra (EHC Biel), Martin Gerber (Rögle BK / SWE)

Defensemen (8): Eric Blum (Kloten Flyers), Alessandro Chiesa (EV Zug), Patrick Geering (ZSC Lions), Robin Grossmann (HC Davos), Clarence Kparghai (EHC Biel), Romain Loeffel (HC Fribourg-Gotteron), Tim Ramholt (HC Davos), Patrick von Gunten (Kloten Flyers)

Forwards (14): Andres Ambühl (ZSC Lions), Patrik Bärtschi (ZSC Lions), Simon Bodenmann (Kloten Flyers), Dario Bürgler (HC Davos), Ryan Gardner (SC Bern), Denis Hollenstein (Kloten Flyers), Inti Pestoni (HC Ambrì-Piotta), Kevin Romy (Geneve-Servette HC), Daniel Rubin (SC Bern), Fabian Schnyder (EV Zug), Victor Stancescu (Kloten Flyers), Reto Suri (EV Zug), Julian Walker (Geneve-Servette HC), Roman Wick (ZSC Lions).

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11-07-2012, 07:25 AM
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Well the German and Swiss teams will be playing without any of the NHL-players who are currently playing in Europe.

This is the German team:

Goalies: Dimitrij Kotschnew (Hamburg Freezers), Dennis Endras (Adler Mannheim), Rob Zepp (Eisbären Berlin)

Defensemen: Sinan Akdag (Krefeld Pinguine), Moritz Müller (Kölner Haie), Jens Baxmann, Frank Hördler (beide Eisbären Berlin), Nikolai Goc (Adler Mannheim), Benedikt Kohl, Benedikt Schopper (beide EHC Wolfsburg), Florian Ondruschka (Straubing Tigers), Felix Petermann (EHC München)

Forwards: Alexander Barta (Rögle BK/Schweden), Martin Buchwieser (EHC München), Garret Festerling, Jerome Flaake, David Wolf (alle Hamburg Freezers), Kai Hospelt (EHC Wolfsburg), Marcus Kink, Frank Mauer, Christoph Ullmann (alle Adler Mannheim), Philip Gogulla, Felix Schütz (beide Kölner Haie), Thomas Greilinger (ERC Ingolstadt), Marcel Müller (MoDo Hockey/Schweden), Daniel Pietta (Krefeld Pinguine), Patrick Reimer (Nürnberg Ice Tigers), Michael Wolf (Iserlohn Roosters)


And this is the Swiss team:

Goalies (2): Reto Berra (EHC Biel), Martin Gerber (Rögle BK / SWE)

Defensemen (8): Eric Blum (Kloten Flyers), Alessandro Chiesa (EV Zug), Patrick Geering (ZSC Lions), Robin Grossmann (HC Davos), Clarence Kparghai (EHC Biel), Romain Loeffel (HC Fribourg-Gotteron), Tim Ramholt (HC Davos), Patrick von Gunten (Kloten Flyers)

Forwards (14): Andres Ambühl (ZSC Lions), Patrik Bärtschi (ZSC Lions), Simon Bodenmann (Kloten Flyers), Dario Bürgler (HC Davos), Ryan Gardner (SC Bern), Denis Hollenstein (Kloten Flyers), Inti Pestoni (HC Ambrì-Piotta), Kevin Romy (Geneve-Servette HC), Daniel Rubin (SC Bern), Fabian Schnyder (EV Zug), Victor Stancescu (Kloten Flyers), Reto Suri (EV Zug), Julian Walker (Geneve-Servette HC), Roman Wick (ZSC Lions).

Canada and the Slovaks to, so basicly this Tourni sucks...

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Canada and the Slovaks to, so basicly this Tourni sucks...
... do you watch hockey or just the names on the back of the jerseys? those are still good rosters, will be good hockey

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... do you watch hockey or just the names on the back of the jerseys? those are still good rosters, will be good hockey

I`m watching hockey every week in the Stands in Germany. But the same Players that are playing at the Deutschlandcup are playing in the DEL, so its kind of boring for me. I was looking forward seeing some "NHL Stars", Switzerland is not far away from Germany...

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These tournaments exist for the coachs to try players, line combinations and work on their system, there is no point in trying to have the best possible team now.

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These tournaments exist for the coachs to try players, line combinations and work on their system, there is no point in trying to have the best possible team now.

For Canadas Point of View this is not right. Canada plays the Deutschlandcup every Year with Players from the DEL. These Players never played in a other Tournament.
Even the Coach is not the "real" one.

I`m not talking about best possible, but some NHL Players would have been nice. Maybe it`s also a insurance problem like the NHL Player from Germany who are also not playing.

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Team canada roster/2012 deutschland cup

Goalies
30 Tyler Weiman
31 Sébastien Caron
Defence
2 Mathieu Roy
4 Shawn Belle
5 Brett Festerling
8 Chris Lee
15 Marc-Anthony Zanetti
21 Mark Katic
25 Jamie Fraser
28 Richie Regehr
Forwards
6 Karl Stewart
9 Nigel Dawes
11 Yanick Lehoux
12 Julian Talbot
14 Norm Milley
17 Dustin Boyd
18 Matt Pettinger
20 Connor James
22 Mark Bell
24 Carsen Germyn
27 Adam Mitchell
29 Stephen Dixon


http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php...70/la_id/1.htm

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For Canadas Point of View this is not right. Canada plays the Deutschlandcup every Year with Players from the DEL. These Players never played in a other Tournament.
Even the Coach is not the "real" one.

I`m not talking about best possible, but some NHL Players would have been nice. Maybe it`s also a insurance problem like the NHL Player from Germany who are also not playing.
True, Canada is a bit of a special case. I guess that from their point of view, the main benefit of that kind of tournament is to give staff experience with internation hockey and short competitions and to see if they can work there way to a World Championship or Olympic team.

Just a guess, but I can't think of any other reason for Canada to play in this tournament.

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True, Canada is a bit of a special case. I guess that from their point of view, the main benefit of that kind of tournament is to give staff experience with internation hockey and short competitions and to see if they can work there way to a World Championship or Olympic team.

Just a guess, but I can't think of any other reason for Canada to play in this tournament.
Dont think so.

Coach will be Rich Chernomaz, longtime DEL Coach and now in Ingolstadt. The Rest of the staff are also "German based". Dont think Rich will be in play for any bigger tournament.
I think its a bit like Spengler Cup, Canada has a big Name and trys to give a good show with little effort (costs).

A Team Canada with Thornton,Nash,Giroux,Myers would have been great one hour away from my home, too bad...

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Dont think so.

Coach will be Rich Chernomaz, longtime DEL Coach and now in Ingolstadt. The Rest of the staff are also "German based". Dont think Rich will be in play for any bigger tournament.
I think its a bit like Spengler Cup, Canada has a big Name and trys to give a good show with little effort (costs).

A Team Canada with Thornton,Nash,Giroux,Myers would have been great one hour away from my home, too bad...
The Swiss League has agreed to only let it's Canadian players play in the Spengler Cup, not The Deutschland Cup. That's why there are no "regular" Canadians from the NLA at the tournament either

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The Canadian goalie in this(Canada-Slovakia) game looks like a soup sandwich.

Having said that, it's cool to see some different international games. If the No-Hockey-League hadn't been locked out I wouldn't have heard of this tournament(also looking forward to the Spengler Cup again this year, I'm very much in the minority in this regard).

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I'm enjoying the Deustchland Cup, even if Team Canada's best player is Nigel freaking Dawes.

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Just finished watching Germany beat Slovakia 2-0 and I could really go for some Calcium-Sandoz. Or Magnesium-Sandoz, for that matter.

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The Swiss League has agreed to only let it's Canadian players play in the Spengler Cup, not The Deutschland Cup. That's why there are no "regular" Canadians from the NLA at the tournament either
This is not true, leagues can't prevent their players from playing for their national team during international breaks.

Team Canada is mostly made of DEL players because Hockey Canada wanted it this way.

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