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Molodezhnaya Hokkeinaya Liga (MHL) - Part II

View Poll Results: Does the MHL need a NEW thread for the 2013/2014 season?
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05-23-2013, 10:10 AM
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http://mhl.khl.ru/news/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=281677

the MHL roster for the Asian Games...not sure why call up players who can't even play at the WJC anymore...

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05-30-2013, 02:00 PM
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MHL draft prospects game 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=fZlCjCX7uhI

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Is Riga out of MHL for sure next season?

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Is Riga out of MHL for sure next season?
final decision in summer, but it seems that Riga will not play MHL B, I think MHL A is no problem for them.

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05-31-2013, 10:15 AM
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final decision in summer, but it seems that Riga will not play MHL B, I think MHL A is no problem for them.
MHL A team will definitely play,MHL-B team-likely not.

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06-02-2013, 02:24 PM
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i think all 3 Latvian mhl-b teams are out...

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i think all 3 Latvian mhl-b teams are out...
Probably that's the best course of action for everyone involved.

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06-07-2013, 04:33 AM
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In this Czech article, head coach of Karlovy Vary (MHL) is talking about youth academies and all stuff regarding Czech junior development system etc.

http://www.hokejkv.cz/clanek.asp?id=...iri-Ryzuk-7103

btw. He said, Salzburg will participate in MHL next season. True ?

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Slow news day, so maybe worth mentioning MHL selects lost to Japan in that weird Asian tournament. Slightly embarrassing if anyone cared.

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Slow news day, so maybe worth mentioning MHL selects lost to Japan in that weird Asian tournament. Slightly embarrassing if anyone cared.
That would be both interesting AND embarrassing if the MHL Selects lost to a Japanese junior team. True, this was far from the best group that the MHL could put together, but my understanding is that there is very little quality junior hockey in Japan or anywhere else in East Asia. For example, in the 1980 Olympics, the Soviet Union defeated Japan 17-0. I don't think Japanese hockey has actually improved a lot since then. It is possible that it was the Japanese National Team, unless tournament rules preclude it.

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That would be both interesting AND embarrassing if the MHL Selects lost to a Japanese junior team. True, this was far from the best group that the MHL could put together, but my understanding is that there is very little quality junior hockey in Japan or anywhere else in East Asia. For example, in the 1980 Olympics, the Soviet Union defeated Japan 17-0. I don't think Japanese hockey has actually improved a lot since then. It is possible that it was the Japanese National Team, unless tournament rules preclude it.
This MHL selects was Amur Tigers MHL team without best/eldest guys. http://www.iihf.com/channels1213/u20ccoa/teams/mhl.html

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06-10-2013, 03:04 PM
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That would be both interesting AND embarrassing if the MHL Selects lost to a Japanese junior team. True, this was far from the best group that the MHL could put together, but my understanding is that there is very little quality junior hockey in Japan or anywhere else in East Asia. For example, in the 1980 Olympics, the Soviet Union defeated Japan 17-0. I don't think Japanese hockey has actually improved a lot since then. It is possible that it was the Japanese National Team, unless tournament rules preclude it.
I checked several of the players who played against the MHL selects and all guys from Japan who I found out who played were born 1993. No senior NT who maybe would have won 10-0.

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That would be both interesting AND embarrassing if the MHL Selects lost to a Japanese junior team. True, this was far from the best group that the MHL could put together, but my understanding is that there is very little quality junior hockey in Japan or anywhere else in East Asia. For example, in the 1980 Olympics, the Soviet Union defeated Japan 17-0. I don't think Japanese hockey has actually improved a lot since then. It is possible that it was the Japanese National Team, unless tournament rules preclude it.
Well your post comes of as bit silly as MHL selects actually was participating in a tournament called "U20 Challenge Cup of Asia", so obviously they lost to a Japanese junior team

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How does this league compare to Swedish U-20 league?

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Well your post comes of as bit silly as MHL selects actually was participating in a tournament called "U20 Challenge Cup of Asia", so obviously they lost to a Japanese junior team
If I would have known the name of the tournament, even someone as "silly" as myself would have surmised that it was a Japanese junior team that beat Team MHL. My point about being surprised that a Japanese team beat Team MHL was justified based on the relatively low level of overall quality of Japanese hockey, unless you can demonstrate otherwise. Please, a little less "attitude" on the part of the Moderator!

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If I would have known the name of the tournament, even someone as "silly" as myself would have surmised that it was a Japanese junior team that beat Team MHL. My point about being surprised that a Japanese team beat Team MHL was justified based on the relatively low level of overall quality of Japanese hockey, unless you can demonstrate otherwise. Please, a little less "attitude" on the part of the Moderator!
Sorry if I have offended you, but I clearly called your post (and not you) silly. And I still do think your post looks rather weird as you kinda disagree with me that this loss was in any way embarrassing, but then in next couple sentences, you basically run Japanese hockey into the ground.

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http://www.allhockey.ru/news/154208/
7 new members in the MHL family...

3 Latvian clubs and the Hungarian are out? What about Yunost?

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7 new members in the MHL family...

3 Latvian clubs and the Hungarian are out? What about Yunost?
I assume Austrians for no good reason will get the spot in MHL, the rest in B league?

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acc to German media the Red Bull MHL team is a team of both players from Red Bull Munich and Red Bull Salzburg.

Maybe once they have a new 15,000 arena in Munich they will go for KHL there?

At the moment I think it's kinda strange to have non KHL market teams in MHL. I mean okay it adds quality and market to the junior league if they have more foreign teams but then again you would like to see the best MHL players to play in KHL in the future and not in EBEL, DEL or Czech Extraliga.

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I assume Austrians for no good reason will get the spot in MHL, the rest in B league?
I don't know about the rest, but Red Bull wouldn't be interested in playing MHL - B. In that case they would rather choose to stay in "their" competition aka Rookies Cup (games against Czech extraliga teams) which is higher level than MHL-B. I wouldn't be suprised if they will pay all expenses no matter if they are guests or hosts, like they did it in Rookies Cup.

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Sorry if I have offended you, but I clearly called your post (and not you) silly. And I still do think your post looks rather weird as you kinda disagree with me that this loss was in any way embarrassing, but then in next couple sentences, you basically run Japanese hockey into the ground.
I "kinda disagree" with you that the loss was embarrassing? Excuse me, but wasn't my direct quote "That would be both interesting AND embarrassing if the MHL Selects lost to a Japanese junior team?" You clearly misread or misunderstood my post, but I couldn't have been more direct in emphasizing that it was an embarrassing loss if the opponent was a junior team!

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I assume Austrians for no good reason will get the spot in MHL, the rest in B league?
Donbass may go directly to A...also Moldovan team may be out too?

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http://www.allhockey.ru/news/154231/

patriot is most likely bye-bye

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Official Redbull webside

Info about MHL
In the 2013-2014 season 40 teams from eight nations will compete in the MHL: Bela-rus, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Latvia and Russia plus, new this year, Ukraine and Austria. The regular season will see the league split into the Western and Eastern Conference. The Conferences are, in turn, divided into two; the Western Conference is split into the Central Division (with the Red Bulls) and Northern Division, whereby the Red Bulls will also play against Northern Division teams in the regular season.

Each team will play 56 games during the regular season. 32 teams will qualify for the play-offs, which begin with the last sixteen from each Conference. The Western Conference teams at a glance:

Central Division
Atlant Mytischi (Russia)
Spartak Moscow (Russia)
HK Dinamo MVD Balashika (Russia)
Red Army CSKA Moscow (Russia)
Khimik Voskresensk (Russia)
Amur Tigers Khabarovsk (Russia) ????
Energie Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic)
Patriot Budapest (Hungary)
Donbas Donetsk (Ukraine)
U21-Team der Red Bulls (Austria/Germany)

Northern Division
Dinamo Shinik Bobruysk(Belarus)
Yunost Minsk (Belarus)
HK Riga (Latvia)
Almaz Cherepovets (Russia)
Loko Yaroslavl (Russia)
Russian Knights Chekhov (Russia)
Kapitan Stupino (Russia)
SKA 1946 St. Petersburg (Russia)
Silver Lions St. Petersburg (Russia)
Team St. Petersburg (Russia)

The Red Bulls are planning to group the away games into nine trips, during which several games will be played at a time. Depending on the distance they will travel by bus, train or plane. The shortest trip will be to Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic; it is 270km by air, almost 450km by road. The Red Bulls' longest journey takes them via Moscow to Khabarovsk, which is in the far east of Russia and just 30km north of the Chinese border; it's a distance of 8,044km (as the crow flies)!


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