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Channel One Cup (Dec. 15-18)

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12-07-2011, 06:31 AM
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Channel One Cup (Dec. 15-18)

Schedule
DateCETMatchupFinal
Dec. 1518:00FIN vs. RUS0-3
Dec. 1518:20CZE vs. SWE1-2
Dec. 1712:00RUS vs. SWE-
Dec. 1716:00CZE vs. FIN-
Dec. 1812:00RUS vs. CZE-
Dec. 1816:00FIN vs. SWE-

Czech Republic
33 Jakub Štěpánek (G)
42 Tomáš Pöpperle (G)

3 Jakub Krejčík (D)
13 Marek Trončinský (D)
25 Lukáš Krajíček (D)
36 Petr Čáslava (D)
63 Ondřej Němec (D)
80 Zdeněk Kutlák (D)
87 Jakub Nakládal (D)

10 Roman Červenka (C)
11 Petr Hubáček (LW)
14 Petr Vampola (C)
22 Lukáš Kašpar (LW)
24 Zbyněk Irgl (RW)
28 Kamil Kreps (C)
32 Jakub Orsava (LW)
46 Vojtěch Polák (RW)
60 Tomáš Rolinek (LW)
73 Petr Průcha (RW)
81 Ivan Rachůnek (LW)
82 Michal Vondrka (RW)
85 Petr Vrána (C)
88 Jakub Petružálek (RW)

Finland
31 Mikko Koskinen (G)
35 Teemu Lassila (G)

4 Janne Jalasvaara (D)
6 Joonas Järvinen (D)
7 Mikko Mäenpää (D)
9 Mikko Kousa (D)
27 Mikko Jokela (D)
36 Juuso Hietanen (D)
49 Ilkka Heikkinen (D)
52 Ville Uusitalo (D)

13 Petteri Wirtanen (C)
15 Perttu Lindgren (C)
16 Tuomas Kiiskinen (RW)
19 Marko Anttila (RW)
21 Tommi Huhtala (LW)
22 Matti Kuparinen (C)
23 Joonas Kemppainen (C)
25 Jonas Enlund (LW)
26 Oskar Osala (LW)
28 Harri Pesonen (LW)
38 Ossi Louhivaara (RW)
39 Juhani Jasu (C)
45 Masi Marjamäki (LW)

Russia
1 Mikhail Biryukov (G)
30 Konstantin Barulin (G)

5 Ilya Nikulin (D)
6 Denis Denisov (D)
7 Dmitri Kalinin (D)
9 Ivan Vishnevsky (D)
22 Konstantin Korneyev (D)
44 Nikolai Belov (D)
48 Yevgeni Biryukov (D)
77 Denis Grebeshkov (D)

10 Viktor Tikhonov (RW)
11 Yevgeni Bodrov (C)
23 Denis Kokarev (LW)
25 Igor Makarov (RW)
27 Alexei Tereschenko (C)
37 Alexander Perezhogin (LW)
38 Ilya Zubov (C)
47 Alexander Radulov (RW)
52 Sergei Shirokov (LW)
87 Vadim Shipachyov (C)
91 Vladimir Tarasenko (RW)
93 Nikolai Zherdev (LW)

Sweden
1 Joacim Eriksson (G)
30 Viktor Fasth (G)

2 Simon Bertilsson (D)
3 Tobias Viklund (D)
4 Staffan Kronwall (D)
14 Mattias Ekholm (D)
15 Oscar Eklund (D)
24 Jonas Frögren (D)
25 Mattias Karlsson (D)

9 Carl Söderberg (C)
10 Mikael Johansson (LW)
11 Mattias Sjögren (C)
16 Dick Axelsson (LW)
17 Andreas Falk (C)
18 Niclas Bergfors (RW)
19 Patrik Zackrisson (C)
23 Niklas Persson (C)
26 Sebastian Lauritzen (LW)
27 Robert Rosén (C)
28 Mattias Ritola (C)
29 Patrik Lundh (LW)
44 Nicklas Danielsson (RW)
71 Jonas Andersson (RW)


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12-07-2011, 08:09 AM
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E: Removed the rosters and schedule from my post since they were edited into the 1st one.

Jukka Jalonen has pretty much chosen a team of players who have practically no chance to make the final roster, but it's nice for them to get a try. There are some exceptions, though, such as Lehterä, who was injured during Karjala Tournament. I don't know what's his current situation, however.


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12-08-2011, 07:25 AM
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In todays changes to the Sweden roster, Daniel Fernholm (D, injury), Jakob Silfverberg (LW, injury), Robert Nilsson (RW, personal) and Fredrik Warg (C, personal) are out.

Replacing them will be Tobias Viklund (D), Sebastian Lauritzen (LW), Oscar Möller (LW), Robert Rosén (C), Patrik Lundh (LW) and Niclas Bergfors (RW).

I think it's a pretty interesting team, much better than past Moscow squads. Lots of right-handed shots at forward. Not liking that defense though, it's really slow and lacks creativity.

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12-08-2011, 07:31 AM
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Russia should take this one again with the home advantage. Will be interesting to watch some experimental units and Bilyalatdinov's gameplan.

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12-08-2011, 07:43 AM
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In todays changes to the Sweden roster, Daniel Fernholm (D, injury), Jakob Silfverberg (LW, injury), Robert Nilsson (RW, personal) and Fredrik Warg (C, personal) are out.

Replacing them will be Tobias Viklund (D), Sebastian Lauritzen (LW), Oscar Möller (LW), Robert Rosén (C), Patrik Lundh (LW) and Niclas Bergfors (RW).

I think it's a pretty interesting team, much better than past Moscow squads. Lots of right-handed shots at forward. Not liking that defense though, it's really slow and lacks creativity.
What d-men would you have prefered? Just curious.

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12-08-2011, 07:57 AM
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Holy moley does the Finnish roster seem terrible

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This is the "Holey moley does our roster seem terrible" tournament.

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12-08-2011, 08:22 AM
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Holy moley does the Finnish roster seem terrible
Meh, it's EHT and Jalonen said before Karjala tournament that he will try inexperienced and new guys in Moscow.

Here's a link in Finnish explaining his choices:

http://www.iltalehti.fi/jaakiekko/20...55148_jk.shtml

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12-08-2011, 08:41 AM
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Except for Silfverberg out who's a big minus, I actually think these changes could be an overall improvement. I'm actually very interested to see both Möller and Bergfors, while Lauritzen and Rosén have been two of Elitserien's best forwards.

I hope the conscious choice to bring big defensemen pan out, otherwise Fasth will need to bail us out.

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Max Wärn is injured. He will be replaced by Masi Marjamäki.

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What d-men would you have prefered? Just curious.
Well, I would have liked to have Johansson and Petrasek in there, but they both opted out. Maybe Tömmernes, who has looked very good since returning from injury.

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Lol that Finnish roster will lose all three games. Most of those players are average Sm-Liiga players. For example Joonas Kemppainen is a 3rd-4th liner for Kärpät. Really, Jalonen? What's the point of taking players who have absolutely no chance of making the final roster?


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Two more "injuries"(don't read anything into that, just my opinion) for Sweden. Being head coach for this country must be infuriating. Almost half of the original team, which wasn't the best available to begin with, has been replaced by others. And that's right, we're even down to the reserves being replaced.

OUT:
F Calle Järnkrok, Brynäs IF
F Oscar Möller, Skellefteå AIK

IN:
F Dick Axelsson, MODO Hockey
F Andreas Falk, HV 71

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Jori Lehterä will be replaced by Juhani Jasu (Rauman Lukko 3rd-4th liner) in the Finnish roster. Finnish roster is looking horrible compared to the others now, more like an average Sm-Liiga roster really. Jalonen is trolling the EHT by sending this "National team" to the tournament. It would be a surprise if anyone from that roster would be chosen to the World Championships. Well, it's not like these tournaments mean anything.

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12-12-2011, 08:50 AM
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Jori Lehterä will be replaced by Juhani Jasu (Rauman Lukko 3rd-4th liner) in the Finnish roster.
Thats a huge disappointment, i was looking forward seeing him play after great start to the KHL season..

I'll be surprised if we even win 1 game in this tournament.

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12-12-2011, 08:56 AM
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It would be a surprise if anyone from that roster would be chosen to the World Championships.
Ilkka Heikkinen and Teemu Lassila seem to be the only ones who possess even theoretical chances.

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Ilkka Heikkinen and Teemu Lassila seem to be the only ones who possess even theoretical chances.
Yeah I forgot about Lassila, he played in Bratislava already.
Heikkinen is lighting it up in the Elitserien so he might have a chance if he keeps it up.

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Just curious, how come Mika Pyörälä wasn't chosen, he was on Finlands goldwinning WC-team last year and he is definitley having a much better season this year?

Jesse Joensuu is also doing well.

On the other hand none of the above is gamebrakers, I guess there is other better options.

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Just curious, how come Mika Pyörälä wasn't chosen, he was on Finlands goldwinning WC-team last year and he is definitley having a much better season this year?

Jesse Joensuu is also doing well.

On the other hand none of the above is gamebrakers, I guess there is other better options.
Well Jalonen sure didn't pick up the best options from each team. Seems more like an experimental roster. Lots of 2nd, 3rd and even 4th liners on that team.

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31 Mikko Koskinen (G)
Interesting to see how Koskinen does, he has been great for KalPa so far.

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Finnish roster is looking horrible compared to the others now, more like an average Sm-Liiga roster really.
Ok, it's pretty bad, but don't exaggerate! An average SM-liiga roster?

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Ok, it's pretty bad, but don't exaggerate! An average SM-liiga roster?
well, I like to exaggerate sometimes.

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No Lehterä= no reason to watch this anymore for me.

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