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05-04-2012, 06:10 AM
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Group S • May 4 • Czech Republic 2, Denmark 0

2012 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP | ROUND ROBIN GAME
MAY 4, 2012
10:15 AM ET • 16:15 CET • 17:15 EET




ERICSSON GLOBE, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
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Czech Republic
Left WingCenterRight Wing
67 Michal Frolík
14 Tomáš Plekanec (C)
62 Petr Tenkrát
9 Milan Michálek
46 David Krejčí
83 Aleš Hemský
73 Petr Průcha
93 Petr Nedvěd (A)
82 Michal Vondrka
22 Lukáš Kašpar
12 Jiří Novotný (A)
88 Jakub Petružálek

Left DefenseRight Defense
44 Miroslav Blaťák
87 Jakub Nakládal
36 Petr Čáslava
80 Zdeněk Kutlák
25 Lukáš Krajíček
23 Ondřej Němec

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
1 Jakub Kovář
33 Jakub Štěpánek

Denmark
Left WingCenterRight Wing
44 Nichlas Hardt
51 Frans Nielsen
81 Lars Eller
29 Morten Madsen (A)
33 Julian Jakobsen
36 Jannik Hansen
14 Kirill Starkov
13 Morten Green (C)
23 Kim Lykkeskov
8 Frederik Storm
40 Jesper Jensen
38 Morten H. Poulsen
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12 Bjarke Mřller
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Left DefenseRight Defense
41 Jesper B. Jensen
3 Philip Larsen
6 Stefan Lassen
5 Daniel Nielsen (A)
4 Mads Břdker
18 Kasper Jensen
84 Philip Hersby
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Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
30 Frederik Andersen
31 Simon Nielsen

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G 1 Patrick Galbraith
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Won't be an easy game, but we should win it. Cesi do toho!

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It will be an interesting game to evaluate the Danish team.

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Damn, should be a good game.

I like both teams, but I will be rooting for the underdogs in this one.

Go Denmark!

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Hopefully a tight game, and maybe a little surprise effort from the Danes.

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Danish lines as of TV2:

Starting Goalie: Frederik Andersen
Back-up: Simon Nielsen

Philip Larsen-Jesper B. Jensen
Daniel Nielsen(A)-Stefan Lassen
Mads Boedker-Kasper Jensen
Philip Hersby

Nicklas Hardt-Frans Nielsen-Lars Eller
Morten Madsen(A)-Julian Jakobsen-Jannik Hansen
Kiril Starkov-Morten Green(C)-Kim Lykkeskov
Frederik Strom-Jesper Jensen-Morten Poulsen
Bjarke Moeller

Not dressed: Patrick Galbraith, Michael Eskesen.

LINK: http://tv2sport.dk/kaederne-i-vm-premieren

If Denmark plays with disciplin in the defensive work, gets some kind of offensive flow going in the second line and open with a small lose I'd be happy. This game ain't gonna determine the WC for us so all we need is things we can use in the game against Italy. Tempo, physicality and good work etic. Could be better, could be worse but no jinx, no harm

Let's go Denmark!

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Bjarke Mřller? What a hell...

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Lets give it a go Denmark

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Anyone got an english/danish stream?

And nah, the youtube-thing don't work in Denmark.

EDIT: Nevermind, found a swedish one.

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Believe me, you don't want to listen to the youtube-stream.
The commentary there is quite ugly.

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great play by Denmark so far

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empty arena? WOW

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Liking Denmark's play so far.

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Why are almost all games with empty or half empty arenas? whats goin on?

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Why are almost all games with empty or half empty arenas? whats goin on?
Tickets cost an arm and a leg.

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Why are almost all games with empty or half empty arenas? whats goin on?
High prices. Atleast there's more in the Slovakia - Canada game :S

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Tickets cost an arm and a leg.
it can`t be that bad.

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Why are almost all games with empty or half empty arenas? whats goin on?
The organizers apparently misjudged to publics readiness to part with €20 for the cheapest seats, or €50 for the decent seats. This for games like Germany-Italy and this one.

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Michalek's got the weakest legs in the entire world. What a diver :

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Tickets cost an arm and a leg.
Rather a kidney for that ticket package

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The organizers apparently misjudged to publics readiness to part with €20 for the cheapest seats, or €50 for the decent seats. This for games like Germany-Italy and this one.
Oh..thats kinda harsh..

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They are certainly learning a thing or two about ticket prices for next year's tournament.

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They are certainly learning a thing or two about ticket prices for next year's tournament.
For now I would say, they could learn a thing or two about ticket prices. Wether or not they really do learn anything from this, can only be judged next year.

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Denmark looking good in terms of keeping up with the speed, this is going to be tough night for the czechs.. Denmark is my 2nd favourite team after Finland

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