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03-18-2006, 05:58 AM
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Game Five

Playoffs:

SC Berne - Kloten Flyers 3:0 (2:0, 1:0, 0:0)
IN: BernArena, Berne
16228 Fans (96% of the possible attendance)
Referee: Brent Reiber, Linesmen: Gilles Mauron, Paul Rébillard

Scorers:
14. Bordeleau (Bastl, Jobin) 1:0;
20. (19:54) Rüthemann (Kuhta, Reichert) 2:0 (PP);
35. Dubé (Perrin, Bordeleau) 3:0 (PP).

Berne played with grit and that brought success.
But can the team win twice in 28 hours?


HC Lugano - HC Ambri-Piotta 2:1 (1:1, 1:0, 0:0)
IN: Stadio Resega, Lugano
6728 fans (81% of the possible attendence)
Referee: Danny Kurmann, Linesmen: Tobias Wehrli, Dany Wirth

Scorers:
4. Domenichelli (Toms, Trudel) 0:1;
5. Hentunen (Peltonen) 1:1;
29. Nummelin (Gardner, Peltonen/ref was signalling a coming penalty) 2:1.

The finns get Lugano back into the series, and Rüeger is getting better and better in goal. Ambri has let enough chances go by. They have to win tonight.


HC Davos - EHC Basel 2:5 (0:0, 2:2, 1:0)
IN: Eissporthalle Davos
Attendance: 3250 fans (44% of possible attendance - this is getting embarassing, Davos!!)
Referee: Nadir Mandioni, Linesmen: Matthias Kehrli, Karol Popovic

Scorers:
28. Riesen (Reto von Arx, Ackeström) 1:0 (PP) 5-3);
29. Riesen (Blatter, Rizzi) 2:0 (PP);
30. (29:07) Voisard (Anger) 2:1;
39. Anger (Keller, Tambijew) 2:2;
52. Ambühl (Guggisberg, Reto von Arx) 3:2.

Davos is in the semifinals already.
All the same, great show by Basel, the team who came into the NLA only last year. With a bit of luck, they might still be playing this weekend.


Rapperswil-Jona Lakers - EV Zug 1:2 (0:1, 1:0, 0:1)
IN: Eisbahn Lido, Rapperswil
4466 fans (74% of possible attendence)
Referee: Roland Stalder, Linesmen: Jürg Simmen, Adrian Sommer

Scorers:
14. Petrow (Di Pietro, Patrick Fischer) 0:1 (PP);
30. Micheli (Gmür, Reid) 1:1 (PP) 5-3);
41. (40:41) Pärssinen (Back, Di Pietro) 1:2 (PP).

Another tight game.


Playouts:

HC Fribourg-Gottéron SCL Tigers 4:3 (1:2, 2:0, 1:1)
Referee: Schmutz

Scorers:
5. Larose (Miettinen, Simon Lüthi) 0:1;
9. Holden (Shearer) 1:1;
15. Tuomainen (Mikkola) 1:2;
22. Mäkiaho (Holden, NGoy) 2:2;
33. Plüss (Cory Murphy, Marquis) 3:2;
46. Shearer (Holden) 4:2;
56. Meier (Lachmatow) 4:3.

According to what I've heared, the tigers played badly and Fribourg solidly.
Will the quality of the game reach the heights it had in the first few matchs?


ZSC Lions - Genève-Servette HC 2:3 (1:2, 0:1, 1:0)
Referee: Kunz

Scorers:
8. Blindenbacher (Blanchard, Karlberg) 1:0;
9. Wright (Schilt, Snell) 1:1;
11. Wright (Snell) 1:2;
38. Déruns (Sarault) 1:3;
43. Roach (Grauwiler) 2:3.

Well, will the 'welsch' team bring the series home tonight?
How much worse can the season get for the Lions?

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03-18-2006, 06:03 AM
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Standings after five games:

SC Berne - Kloten Flyers 2:3
HC Lugano - HC Ambri-Piotta 2:3
HC Davos - EHC Basel 4:1 DAVOS is in the semi-final
Rapperswil Jona Lakers - EV Zug 2:3

HC Fribourg-Gottéron - SCL Tigers 2:3
ZSC Lions - HC Servette Genève 2:3

Standings after six games:

SC Berne - Kloten Flyers 2:4 KLOTEN is in the semi-final
HC Lugano - HC Ambri-Piotta 3:3
HC Davos - EHC Basel 4:1 DAVOS is in the semi-final
Rapperswil Jona Lakers - EV Zug 3:3

HC Fribourg-Gottéron - SCL Tigers 2:4
ZSC Lions - HC Servette Genève 2:4
FRIBOURG and ZÜRICH are in the next playout-round



Standings after seven games:

SC Berne - Kloten Flyers 2:4 KLOTEN is in the semi-final
HC Lugano - HC Ambri-Piotta 3:3 LUGANO is in the semi-final
HC Davos - EHC Basel 4:1 DAVOS is in the semi-final
Rapperswil Jona Lakers - EV Zug 3:3 RAPPERSWIL is in the semi-final

HC Fribourg-Gottéron - SCL Tigers 2:4
ZSC Lions - HC Servette Genève 2:4
FRIBOURG and ZÜRICH are in the next playout-round



Playoffs semi-finals:

HC Davos - Rapperswil Jona Lakers
HC Lugano - Kloten Flyers

Playout series:

HC Fribourg-Gottéron - ZSC Lions


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03-18-2006, 06:06 AM
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Playoffs NLB

The EHC Biel / Bienne is in the playoff finals.

The SC Langenthal and HC Sierre-Anniviers will fight for the other finals-spot today.

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03-21-2006, 02:01 AM
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Swiss Elite League

Semi Final:

Davos : SCRJ Lakers
Lugano : Kloten Flyers


Stats after one game

Lugano : Kloten Flyers 0:1
Davos : SCRJ Lakers 1:0

Today next games...


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04-09-2006, 09:53 AM
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Philippe Seydoux

I noticed hockeyfans.ch informing that defender Philippe Seydoux is coming to Finland next year. Can you tell me what kind of player is he? HF's description tells he is "tough as nails", but he seems a bit lanky to be a punisher. Seydoux should gain weight, unless he already has during the season.

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I noticed hockeyfans.ch informing that defender Philippe Seydoux is coming to Finland next year. Can you tell me what kind of player is he? HF's description tells he is "tough as nails", but he seems a bit lanky to be a punisher. Seydoux should gain weight, unless he already has during the season.
He is a very promising player (took part in many junior world championships) and played with Kloten last year, where speed is valued highly, with slightly less emphasis on punisher qualities. However, it would be wrong to say that means he isn't tough as nails. He might not be the bull who charges you and tramples you down, but he won't leave you alone till he's got the puck and stand up again and fight if he takes a hit.
Only one defenceman of Kloten played as many games (55) as Seydoux, who is no older than 21. And while Philippe was on the ice when 19 goals were scored against Kloten, he was also on the ice when 27 were scored by Kloten.

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Juha Lind in Salzburg next season ?

Does anyone know if Juha Lind who played in Salzburg Red Bulls the past season will continue playing there also next season, or if he is returning back to finnish or swedish leagues ? ? Any rumours ?

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Does anyone know if Juha Lind who played in Salzburg Red Bulls the past season will continue playing there also next season, or if he is returning back to finnish or swedish leagues ? ? Any rumours ?
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Does anyone know if Juha Lind who played in Salzburg Red Bulls the past season will continue playing there also next season, or if he is returning back to finnish or swedish leagues ? ? Any rumours ?
I sure hope he stays ^^

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Does anyone know if Juha Lind who played in Salzburg Red Bulls the past season will continue playing there also next season, or if he is returning back to finnish or swedish leagues ? ? Any rumours ?
there were some rumours in april, that he might leave salzburg, but as i remember to have read somewhere, he still has a contract for next year in salzburg (whatever this means in sports these days )

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Oliver Setzinger

Will he ever have a chance to promote to the NHL?

He is one of the most talented players in the Austrian League.

He was drafted by the Nashville Predadtors.

What do you think, will we see him ever playing in North America´?

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Will he ever have a chance to promote to the NHL?

He is one of the most talented players in the Austrian League.

He was drafted by the Nashville Predadtors.

What do you think, will we see him ever playing in North America´?
I think there is still a chance, but it is very slim. There were rumors Setzinger demanded a one-way contract to sign with Nashville and no player out of the austrian league will get a one-way contract in his first season in NA.

However, the fact that Nashville does no longer have his rights and he is UFA might improve his chances a bit. But to me it does not look like he really wants to try it.

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This afternoon I got the chance to get on the ice with Austrian goaltender Fabio Gottardis. Seeing as your fans of the league i guess you know he plays for Innsbruck.

Anyway, he is in Montreal and on the ice daily with a goalie coach to get ready for next season. the guy in charge of teh goalie school (Vinnie Reindeau) is friends with a guy I coach with so he asked me to get on the ice and be a shooter.

Fabio is a great goalie. I like his style on the ice and he moves well. I was impressed.

Just thought I'd share that with you fans of his league.

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This afternoon I got the chance to get on the ice with Austrian goaltender Fabio Gottardis. Seeing as your fans of the league i guess you know he plays for Innsbruck.

Anyway, he is in Montreal and on the ice daily with a goalie coach to get ready for next season. the guy in charge of teh goalie school (Vinnie Reindeau) is friends with a guy I coach with so he asked me to get on the ice and be a shooter.

Fabio is a great goalie. I like his style on the ice and he moves well. I was impressed.

Just thought I'd share that with you fans of his league.
Thanks for sharing your impressions with us.

I think Fabio could become a Starter even this season with Innsbruck.

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i have a question, is martin pluss still in the sel?

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i have a question, is martin pluss still in the sel?
yep, he's still there.

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www.hockeyfans.ch show the standings on its main page, and by clicking on "mehr tabellen" under the standings, you can see how each team is doing at home, on the road, in its last 5 games and in its last 15 games.

www.hockeystats.ch provides player stats. To see the scoring leaders, click on the Spieler -> Spielerstats NLA/B menu.
Das ist sehr schön, mein freund...

I can read and speak a little German, but I'm having some issues with the column headings in the goaltender statistics page. Can you (or anyone else) help with a translation?

"Sp" seems to be Games Played In.
"GS" seems to be Games Started.

I can't figure out what "Ers," "BS," "SB," and "SBRS" mean.

"Min" is Minutes Played.
"GT" is Goals Against.

I can't figure out what "ilT" means.

"GTD" is Goals-Against Average.

"MinGT" seems to be a calculation of how many minutes elapse, on average, between goals scored against a goaltender. Using Reto Berra's stats as an example, his "Min" is 478 as of 25 November 06, his "GT" is 28, and his "MinGT" is 17. 17 times 28 = 476. Is my assumption correct?

"SO" is Shutouts.
"S," "U", "N" are Wins, Ties,and Losses.
"S%" and "N%" are the percentages of games won and lost vs. the number of games started.
"T," "A," and "SM" are goals (Töre), Assists, and Penalty Minutes (Streifminuten).

Any help you can offer in interpreting these stats will be greatly appreciated. Also, if there's any place where more complete stats are listed, even in German (French or Italian, or any other language), I'd appreciate a link. I'm specifically trying to find a place where I can keep track of Berra's save percentage on a regular basis, and the one necessary input (shots against) I need does not seem to be tracked on the hockeystats.ch site.

Of course, any updates on the NLB -- CGK Lions, Reto Berra, and Luca C u n t i specifically -- will be most appreciated.

Danke schön,

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Das ist sehr schön, mein freund...

I can read and speak a little German, but I'm having some issues with the column headings in the goaltender statistics page. Can you (or anyone else) help with a translation?

"Sp" seems to be Games Played In.
From the point "abkürzungen" on the page:
SP means games, where the goalie was dressed for the team, not necessarily playing; TE means games where the goalie played at least one second

"GS" seems to be Games Started.
it stands for "ganze Spiele", meaning games where the goalie was in net the whole time (except for being exchanged for a forward), so you can see in how many games the goalie wasn't exchanged for his backup


I can't figure out what "Ers," "BS," "SB," and "SBRS" mean.


ERS = Einsätze als Ersatztorhüte = games as backup without playing
BS = Bank-Spiel = games played after a goalie change; "aktive"backup
SB = Spiel-Bank = game where the sarting goalie was exchanged
SBRS = Spiel-Bank bei Rückstand = game where the sarting goalie was exchanged while the other team leads the score



"Min" is Minutes Played.
"GT" is Goals Against.

I can't figure out what "ilT" means. ins leere Tor = empty net goals

"GTD" is Goals-Against Average.

"MinGT" seems to be a calculation of how many minutes elapse, on average, between goals scored against a goaltender. Using Reto Berra's stats as an example, his "Min" is 478 as of 25 November 06, his "GT" is 28, and his "MinGT" is 17. 17 times 28 = 476. Is my assumption correct? yes, it is

"SO" is Shutouts.
"S," "U", "N" are Wins, Ties,and Losses.
"S%" and "N%" are the percentages of games won and lost vs. the number of games started.
"T," "A," and "SM" are goals (Töre), Assists, and Penalty Minutes (Streifminuten).

Any help you can offer in interpreting these stats will be greatly appreciated. Also, if there's any place where more complete stats are listed, even in German (French or Italian, or any other language), I'd appreciate a link. I'm specifically trying to find a place where I can keep track of Berra's save percentage on a regular basis, and the one necessary input (shots against) I need does not seem to be tracked on the hockeystats.ch site.

Of course, any updates on the NLB -- CGK Lions, Reto Berra, and Luca C u n t i specifically -- will be most appreciated.

Danke schön,

P_B


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Thank you very much, ts.

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You're welcome.

As for other sites for stats, try http://www.eurohockey.net/players/. Less stats (only the common ones, likle gaa and pct) but therefore they show the complete "history", including stats for the national teams.

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There seem to be 8 teams in the Austrian league. Will they all get to the playoffs? I may have the opportunity to visit Klagenfurt in March so if they're in the playoffs it would be great to see a game or two. Thea team is seventh in the league at the moment.

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There seem to be 8 teams in the Austrian league. Will they all get to the playoffs? I may have the opportunity to visit Klagenfurt in March so if they're in the playoffs it would be great to see a game or two. Thea team is seventh in the league at the moment.
no. the first 4 teams get to the playoffs. klagenfurt have no chance to get in but if you're there you could drive to villach. it's very near from klagenfurt. it will take you about 30 minutes with a car to drive to villach.

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