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Group H • May 6 • France 6, Kazakhstan 3

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05-05-2012, 07:20 PM
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Group H • May 6 • France 6, Kazakhstan 3

2012 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP | ROUND ROBIN GAME
MAY 6, 2012
5:15 AM ET • 11:15 CET • 12:15 EET




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


France
Left WingCenterRight Wing
24 Julien Desrosiers
10 Laurent Meunier (C)
7 Yorick Treille
41 Pierre-Édouard Bellemare (A)
14 Stéphane Da Costa
77 Sacha Treille
54 Antoine Roussel
22 Brian Henderson
26 Charles Bertrand
71 Anthony Guttig
80 Teddy Da Costa
9 Damien Fleury
82 Damien Raux
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Left DefenseRight Defense
3 Vincent Bachet (A)
84 Kevin Hecquefeuille
32 Alexandre Rouleau
27 Baptiste Amar
74 Nicolas Besch
18 Yohann Auvitu
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4 Antonin Manavian

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
39 Cristobal Huet
42 Fabrice Lhenry

ScratchesReason
G 49 Florian Hardy
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

Officials
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Martin Fraňo
Christer Lärking
Jon Kilian
Stefan Schulz

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In this game there is a planned protest by fans against the high ticket prices. Let's see if anything will be seen from tv or will the Finnish Hockey Godfather Kummola black it out.

This game's tickets costs beginning with 37 eur (Highest 56 eur) so fans will come when the prices are moderate...so far selling looks good but we'll see how many comes to the arena at 12:15 local time.

Go France!

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In this game there is a planned protest by fans against the high ticket prices. Let's see if anything will be seen from tv or will the Finnish Hockey Godfather Kummola black it out.
Well luckily they will still have their voices and hopefully will use them.

But whatever happens, hopefully we will also see an entertaining game and have a good atmosphere

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Game has sodl very good because of prices.. Sure I hope there is protest, but I hope theres some families just coming for fun as the price is low.. To eat some sausage and watch some exotic hockey (that can be entertaining because the teams can be moderately even) at arena

I hope kummola would see that if he lowers the prices of non-finland games, he will earn good atmosphere to all games as Finland is full of hockey fans. But when games like Belarus - France cost 70e at lowest, its no suprise its empty.

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How are they protesting? Is no one going to show up?

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How are they protesting? Is no one going to show up?
A large group of Finnish hockey fans are going to show up. They're going to be yelling slogans etc. to protest high ticket prices in WC 2012, hoping next year the tickets will be cheaper. And of course, they are going to root and chant for the teams in this game. The point of the protest is that with lower ticket prices people will show up to watch some hockey.

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Just came home after partying the whole night. Sitting on the sofa with the breakfast and my computer on my knees, looking at the TV. Hope team France is in a better shape than me and didn't Radulov'ed.

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A large group of Finnish hockey fans are going to show up. They're going to be yelling slogans etc. to protest high ticket prices in WC 2012, hoping next year the tickets will be cheaper. And of course, they are going to root and chant for the teams in this game. The point of the protest is that with lower ticket prices people will show up to watch some hockey.
That's good then. It'd be a shame for the French and Kazakhstani if no one came. Still, the good seats for this game are $73 CAD. Ridiculous.

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Just came home after partying the whole night. Sitting on the sofa with the breakfast and my computer on my knees, looking at the TV. Hope team France is in a better shape than me and didn't Radulov'ed.
Still drunk or is the hangover starting to kick in?

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That's good then. It'd be a shame for the French and Kazakhstani if no one came. Still, the good seats for this game are $73 CAD. Ridiculous.
Agreed.

Hopefully it will be a good game. Kazakstan will take this 3-1.

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What a horrendous call.

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1-0 France. What a lane he had, lol.

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Besch. 2-0 France.

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Still drunk or is the hangover starting to kick in?
I'm good. 2-0 for France, great start.

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Feckin' bit early on the whistle there, bud.

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Finnish reporter Esko Seppänen comments that banners with negative criticism against Organizers have taken off from the fans in this game... North Korea style in Finnish Ice Hockey Federation and why is the camera showing so little the attendance...!? wonder why...

France is destroying Borat's land.

edit. 3-1

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Wow,i almost feel bad for Kazakhs...

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Finnish reporter Esko Seppänen comments that banners with negative criticism against Organizers have taken off from the fans in this game... North Korea style in Finnish Ice Hockey Federation

France is destroying Borat's land.
Whatever. The message has been sent anyways. The hockey world knows how badly the FIHF and the SIHA have ****ed things up.

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