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2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge (Dec. 29-Jan. 4) Sweden Wins It

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11-30-2012, 08:47 AM
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2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge (Dec. 29-Jan. 4) Sweden Wins It

I think this fits in this section...

So far all the Canadian rosters have been announced:

Canada Atlantic:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6032

Canada Quebec:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6033

Canda Ontario:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6034

Canada Western:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6035

Canada Pacific:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6036


I'll update when the USA, Sweden, Russia, Finland, and Slovakia rosters are announced.


Schedule can be found here:
http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php...03/la_id/1.htm

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11-30-2012, 09:18 AM
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The Swedish roster should be announced next week, maybe on monday when the WJC team is announced.

Edit: Maybe not, camp ends the 13th.


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I think this fits in this section...

So far all the Canadian rosters have been announced:

Canada Atlantic:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6032

Canada Quebec:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6033

Canda Ontario:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6034

Canada Western:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6035

Canada Pacific:
http://www.eliteprospects.com/team.php?team=6036


I'll update when the USA, Sweden, Russia, Finland, and Slovakia rosters are announced.


Schedule can be found here:
http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php...03/la_id/1.htm

Even though he's a 97 and not playing in the WHL, I'm surprised Barzal isn't playing for Team Pacific. He is right there neck an neck with McDavid.

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Even though he's a 97 and not playing in the WHL, I'm surprised Barzal isn't playing for Team Pacific. He is right there neck an neck with McDavid.
neck & neck? I doubt it but unfortunately WHL prospects are the ones I see the least. That's why I love these tournaments so much but McDavid is the best player on Ontario right now and he's the youngest player lol if Barzal was the same level he'd be a lock for the roster, unless he's hurt but I haven't heard anything.

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neck & neck? I doubt it but unfortunately WHL prospects are the ones I see the least. That's why I love these tournaments so much but McDavid is the best player on Ontario right now and he's the youngest player lol if Barzal was the same level he'd be a lock for the roster, unless he's hurt but I haven't heard anything.
I only saw Barzal the one time this past summer head to head v McDavid. Barzal outplayed him for 2 periods....no doubt McDavid is an exceptional talent, but I think Barzal could hold his own in the u17 tournament.

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If anyone is interested, here's the roster for the swedish camp 10-13 dec

http://www.swehockey.se/ImageVaultFi...2012%20no1.PDF

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I only saw Barzal the one time this past summer head to head v McDavid. Barzal outplayed him for 2 periods....no doubt McDavid is an exceptional talent, but I think Barzal could hold his own in the u17 tournament.
Nobody on this team is better than McDavid

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If anyone is interested, here's the roster for the swedish camp 10-13 dec

http://www.swehockey.se/ImageVaultFi...2012%20no1.PDF
Adrian Kempe, any relations to Mario?

Yes of all the last stand out last names that's the one I picked

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Adrian Kempe, any relations to Mario?

Yes of all the last stand out last names that's the one I picked
Yes, they are brothers.

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Man does team Ontario look good. Aaron Ekblad will be a man amongst boys in this tourney as far as physical development. The kid is a beast.

Connor McDavid should easily be the most skilled player in the whole tournament (15 years old!!!), unless there is some other wunderkid I haven't heard of.

And watch out for Michael Dal Colle. Great start with the Oshawa Generals this year having spent the whole season on the top line with Biggs & Jenner. Kid looks like the real deal and does very well at the OHL level. I would expect him to dominate against players at his own age level.

Looking forward to the tournament!

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Man does team Ontario look good. Aaron Ekblad will be a man amongst boys in this tourney as far as physical development. The kid is a beast.

Connor McDavid should easily be the most skilled player in the whole tournament (15 years old!!!), unless there is some other wunderkid I haven't heard of.

And watch out for Michael Dal Colle. Great start with the Oshawa Generals this year having spent the whole season on the top line with Biggs & Jenner. Kid looks like the real deal and does very well at the OHL level. I would expect him to dominate against players at his own age level.

Looking forward to the tournament!
William Nylander

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Nice. Sweet numbers there. Though I'm a little more impressed with McDavid's OHL stats so far this season. But hey, tough to judge, Swedish league is very good as well. I'm not going to pretend I know all about William Nylander. Thanks for the heads up, will definitely catch as much as I can of him now!

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Last year I was able to watch almost every game on the internet. Almost every game was streamed. Hoping its like that again this time around. The only bad thing is that the tournament was in Slovakia last year I think or Czech and I couldn't understand a word the commentators were saying.

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Last years tourney was in Windsor, Ontario and fasthockey was streaming for free.

(the U18s was in CZE)


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Last years tourney was in Windsor, Ontario and fasthockey was streaming for free.

(the U18s was in CZE)
Yeah you're right. It was the U18s I was watching. Well that sucks...

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Nice. Sweet numbers there. Though I'm a little more impressed with McDavid's OHL stats so far this season. But hey, tough to judge, Swedish league is very good as well. I'm not going to pretend I know all about William Nylander. Thanks for the heads up, will definitely catch as much as I can of him now!
I don't think anyone else is on McDavid's level as far as prospects go, and he's a year younger. Nylander is a great prospect too however, he's only four points short of the best notion ever by a U17 player in SuperElit with half the games to go..

Another good Swede in this agegroup is Rasmus Andersson who's a regular in Allsvenskan already. Great size, great offensive skills.


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last year's Russia's 95 win was epic!!! Not sure 96 is as strong as 95, but we'll see

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I don't think anybody can dance with Team Ontario this year... This is the most impressive Team Ontario I've ever seen... at least 6-8 future NHL stars in that mix. But we'll see how the team meshes.

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I don't think anybody can dance with Team Ontario this year... This is the most impressive Team Ontario I've ever seen... at least 6-8 future NHL stars in that mix. But we'll see how the team meshes.
They certainly are loaded. It will take one hell of a team to beat them. You never know though, bad goal tending, injuries before the tourney, during, not jelling as a team. Ontario lost their final game a year or two ago when they could only dress something like 9 forwards. Don't quote me but something like that.

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They certainly are loaded. It will take one hell of a team to beat them. You never know though, bad goal tending, injuries before the tourney, during, not jelling as a team. Ontario lost their final game a year or two ago when they could only dress something like 9 forwards. Don't quote me but something like that.
Of course anything can happen. That's why we play the game.

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I will most likely head at the tournament, and I'll try to keep you guys posted with my humble impressions.

I'm waiting to see if I get my press pass

I'll probably be live tweeting too from there, so feel free to follow me on twitter @Etienne_Pouliot

I do sometimes tweet in French as it is my primary language, but don't be scared, I usually tweet the same thing in the English right after.

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I will most likely head at the tournament, and I'll try to keep you guys posted with my humble impressions.

I'm waiting to see if I get my press pass

I'll probably be live tweeting too from there, so feel free to follow me on twitter @Etienne_Pouliot

I do sometimes tweet in French as it is my primary language, but don't be scared, I usually tweet the same thing in the English right after.
It will help me with my French.

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As mentioned in other threads, team Ontario is basically a Marlies/Rebels all star team, with some more talent thrown in. The forward group is fantastic, especially considering the start that guys like Watson and Dal Colle have had.

Alot of these guys have played together, which should help.

McDavid/Ho Sang/Bennett/Lindo/McKeown/De Sousa (Marlboros)
Fabbri/Hargrave/Bourne/DiPerna (Rebels)
Watson/McCann (Jr Knights)

My random guess at a lineup

Fabbri McDavid Ho Sang
Watson McCann Bennett
Petti Cornel Dal Colle
Bourne Lindo Hargrave
Salituro

Ekblad Middleton
McKeown De Sousa
Cummins DiPerna
Prophet

Moran
Mancina

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Very keen to see how Payton Lee will do.

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Nice. Sweet numbers there. Though I'm a little more impressed with McDavid's OHL stats so far this season. But hey, tough to judge, Swedish league is very good as well. I'm not going to pretend I know all about William Nylander. Thanks for the heads up, will definitely catch as much as I can of him now!
Eliteprospect is not updated daily appparently.

For fresh stats: http://stats.swehockey.se/Players/St...ngLeaders/3003

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