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U18 day 9 SEMIFINALS Fin-Swe & Can-USA

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04-20-2012, 06:02 AM
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U18 day 9 SEMIFINALS Fin-Swe & Can-USA

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04-20-2012, 06:06 AM
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Finland's lineup for today's game:

Maalivahdit: Joonas Korpisalo (Jean Auren)

1. kentällinen: Artturi Lehkonen - Teuvo Teräväinen - Juuso Ikonen Niklas Tikkinen - Ville Pokka

2. kentällinen: Henrik Haapala - Rasmus Kulmala - Aleksi Mustonen Esa Lindell - Rasmus Ristolainen

3. kentällinen: Samu Markkula - Aleksander Barkov - Henri Ikonen Mikko Vainonen - Mikko Lehtonen

4. kentällinen: Janne Juutinen - Saku Salminen - Joose Antonen Atte Mäkinen

13. hyökkääjä:

Joonas Huovinen

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semifinals?

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I think all we can argue about is that with how many goals will Finland screw Swedes.

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sweden looking to sweep finland, won in WJC, Ivan Hlinka and now U18 WC? (hope i dont jinx)

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hey guys will there be a stream we're we could see the epic victory of our pikkuleijonat?

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semifinals?
Wasnt thinking straight :-)

Mods, can you change the topic to semifinals?

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Wasnt thinking straight :-)

Mods, can you change the topic to semifinals?
You should be able to do it yourself, double click the thread on the main page (International Tournaments section that is) and it should become active.

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So its time for teravainen to prove hes better then granlund (:

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I think the only chance for team Sweden to beat Finland is to shoot at least 60 times and defense well as a team. Otherwise Finland will outscore Sweden with phenomenal numbers. If i'm not complitely wrong Sweden does not have ANY player who would be playing in a profile-role against adults?

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I think the only chance for team Sweden to beat Finland is to shoot at least 60 times and defense well as a team. Otherwise Finland will outscore Sweden with phenomenal numbers. If i'm not complitely wrong Sweden does not have ANY player who would be playing in a profile-role against adults?
Hampus Lindholm

Anyway, the Swedes don't have to play adults here...

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I think the only chance for team Sweden to beat Finland is to shoot at least 60 times and defense well as a team. Otherwise Finland will outscore Sweden with phenomenal numbers. If i'm not complitely wrong Sweden does not have ANY player who would be playing in a profile-role against adults?
hmm..im not sure about this, but we'll see

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I think the only chance for team Sweden to beat Finland is to shoot at least 60 times and defense well as a team. Otherwise Finland will outscore Sweden with phenomenal numbers. If i'm not complitely wrong Sweden does not have ANY player who would be playing in a profile-role against adults?
A "tad" overconfident, don´t ya think?
Or if you´re by any chance aren´t Finnish, but Swedish then just trying to jinx it?

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hmm..im not sure about this, but we'll see
You don't have to be sure about it. It's enough if some of us are

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I think the only chance for team Sweden to beat Finland is to shoot at least 60 times and defense well as a team. Otherwise Finland will outscore Sweden with phenomenal numbers. If i'm not complitely wrong Sweden does not have ANY player who would be playing in a profile-role against adults?
Are you trying to jinx us??

And to Jussi: I cant change the topic cause im using mobile phone.

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I think the only chance for team Sweden to beat Finland is to shoot at least 60 times and defense well as a team. Otherwise Finland will outscore Sweden with phenomenal numbers. If i'm not complitely wrong Sweden does not have ANY player who would be playing in a profile-role against adults?
Oscar Dansk > *

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So pumped for our game! We have a really good chance to win this tournament.

C'mon Finland!

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I think Finland wins this one tbh..Sweden only won 3-2 in 5 nations and Finland missed like 3-4 of their best players

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hmm? the stream is still not lagging and there is almost 5000 viewers

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I hope the streaming service has improved, as there are over 5100 viewers.

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And to Jussi: I cant change the topic cause im using mobile phone.
You should be able to edit the topic by editing the first post of the thread.

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I hope the streaming service has improved, as there are over 5100 viewers.



You should be able to edit the topic by editing the first post of the thread.
Thanks! :-)

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massive pressure by finns!!

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Scrap goal for Finland, 1-0.

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Pokka 1-0!

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