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Group H • May 5 • Switzerland 5, Kazakhstan 1

View Poll Results: Which of SUI and KAZ has more awesome names in their lineup?
Switzerland 5 45.45%
Kazakhstan 6 54.55%
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05-04-2012, 09:36 PM
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Group H • May 5 • Switzerland 5, Kazakhstan 1

2012 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP | ROUND ROBIN GAME
MAY 5, 2012
8:00 AM ET • 14:00 CET • 15:00 EET




HARTWALL ARENA, HELSINKI, FINLAND
(CAPACITY: 13,464)


Switzerland
Left WingCenterRight Wing
22 Nino Niederreiter
10 Andres Ambühl
14 Roman Wick
82 Simon Moser
88 Kevin Romy
96 Damien Brunner
32 Ivo Rüthemann (A)
25 Thibaut Monnet
48 Matthias Bieber
11 Benny Plüss
43 Morris Trachsler
40 Daniel Rubin

Left DefenseRight Defense
47 Luca Sbisa
7 Mark Streit (C)
57 Goran Bezina (A)
13 Félicien Du Bois
54 Philippe Furrer
5 Severin Blindenbacher
72 Patrick Von Gunten
31 Mathis Seger (A)

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
20 Reto Berra
52 Tobias Stephan

ScratchesReason
G 30 Lukas Flüeler
Healthy
F 41 Michael Liniger
Healthy
F 70 Denis Hollenstein
Healthy
F 86 Julien Sprunger
Healthy

Kazakhstan
Left WingCenterRight Wing
62 Vadim Krasnoslobodtsev
8 Talgat Zhailauov (A)
36 Dmitri Upper (C)
21 Dmitri Dudarev
48 Roman Starchenko
88 Yevgeni Rymarev
27 Yevgeni Bumagin
18 Fyodor Polischuk
85 Konstantin Romamov
54 Alexei Vorontsev
23 Andrei Spiridonov
81 Konstantin Puskaryov

Left DefenseRight Defense
12 Denis Shemelin
4 Vitali Novopalshin (A)
55 Alexei Troshchinsky
2 Roman Savchenko
7 Alexei Litvinenko
37 Yevgeni Fadeyev
75 Sergei Yakovenko
70 Vladislav Kolesnikov

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
20 Vitali Kolesnik
1 Alexei Ivanov

ScratchesReason
G 31 Vitali Yeremeyev
Healthy
D 5 Alexei Korabeynikov
Healthy
F 26 Konstantin Savenkov
Healthy

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Easy win for Switzerland

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is Matthias Bieber related to Justin?

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is Matthias Bieber related to Justin?
Yes, Justin is his sister.

Have an eye on Brunner. Pretty spectacular.

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Kazakhstan easily have the best names. How could you not like a name like Krasnoslobodtsev?

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Kazakhstan easily have the best names. How could you not like a name like Krasnoslobodtsev?
I guess it is a compounded name.

Krasno stands for red.
Slobod may be the root of a name : Slobodan
tsev would be a qualifying particle (woman would be tseva)

Red Slobodan : i must say that i like that name as well. (hopefully he is not that spectacular though )

Should be a win for us ... yet i don't know how easy/difficult it will be.

Sui 4 - 2 Kazakhstan
Amen

PS what the hell of a poll ? who's the "farmer" who writes that ?

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surprise, surprise, Simpson registers Hollenstein, Bieber and Rubin as Forwards and Seger, Von Gunten. So Monnet is not playing today, Bieber is probably centering the third line with Rüthemann and Hollenstein.

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I remember team Kazaktshan from 98 olympics.. They were atleast those times a classical "hack and slash" / "hook and ride" or "when you run out of skill, just add muscles" team.

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I remember team Kazaktshan from 98 olympics.. They were atleast those times a classical "hack and slash" / "hook and ride" or "when you run out of skill, just add muscles" team.
Some time ago (in 2004, 05 or/and 06) in the WC's the team's goalie was still a good old-fashioned 100% stand up goalie. It seemed kinda silly and he stood out*from the other goaltenders so I cheered for them.

Let's go underdogs!



*Pun intended

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Some time ago (in 2004, 05 or/and 06) in the WC's the team's goalie was still a good old-fashioned 100% stand up goalie. It seemed kinda silly and he stood out*from the other goaltenders so I cheered for them.

Let's go underdogs!



*Pun intended
Lehtonen aint that different from stand-up, he only stands on hes head thought

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youtube link Canada?
http://www.youtube.com/user/1stvenue

1stvenue is covering SUI/KAZ and USA/CAN today. 2ndvenue2 has LAT/RUS and SWE/CZE.

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http://www.youtube.com/user/1stvenue

1stvenue is covering SUI/KAZ and USA/CAN today. 2ndvenue2 has LAT/RUS and SWE/CZE.
Thanks

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I guess it is a compounded name.

Krasno stands for red.
Slobod may be the root of a name : Slobodan
tsev would be a qualifying particle (woman would be tseva)

Red Slobodan : i must say that i like that name as well. (hopefully he is not that spectacular though )

Should be a win for us ... yet i don't know how easy/difficult it will be.

Sui 4 - 2 Kazakhstan
Amen

PS what the hell of a poll ? who's the "farmer" who writes that ?
Slobodan means "free man".

So, it's "Red Free-Man Man".

I'm pretty sure his father just made it up.

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Again amazing crowd

Lowest ticket for this game cost 70 eur

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Again amazing crowd

Lowest ticket for this game cost 70 eur
You seriouse?

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A foreign Kermit the Frog doing the PBP?

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What a stop by Berra.

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And what a weak goal for Kolesnik. Rüthemann 1-0 Switzerland.

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Gotta stop that, Kolesnik.

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I guess it is a compounded name.

Krasno stands for red.
Slobod may be the root of a name : Slobodan
tsev would be a qualifying particle (woman would be tseva)

Red Slobodan : i must say that i like that name as well. (hopefully he is not that spectacular though )
it's in fact derived from sloboda which means a suburban settlement, so krasnoslobodets is one from the Red sloboda, and -tsev is a sign of a possessive adjective, so Krasnoslobodtsev is a son or descendant of the Red sloboda dweller.

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Streit. 2-0 SUI

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And that was a nice goal, Streit after a great pass by Wick in the PP.

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