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Group S • May 6 • Germany 2, Latvia 3

View Poll Results: Who wins this game?
GER in regulation 5 33.33%
GER in OT/shootout 1 6.67%
LAT in regulation 8 53.33%
LAT in OT/shootout 1 6.67%
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05-06-2012, 02:19 PM
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John Tripp, haha!
He always seems to awful. And then he scores.

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Yes, Hospelt!

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Masaļskis and idiots in defense gave a good present to the Germans. What another great loss today. I knew it.

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2-2. It seems another nervous game for the forum people.

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like always, i think they r done ))

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He always seems to awful. And then he scores.
Haha, I know it's hilarious.

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I don't know, whether I should celebrate or fear, because yesterday Indrašis scored the first goal and it didn't end that good for us.

1:0 LAT
If you feel really jinxed about getting a lead, you could start with making an own goal when Latvia plays Denmark. We could really need it

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2-2. It seems another nervous game for the forum people.
That's why we all are on the forum. If we couldn't ***** around here, we would probably kill somebody during watching hockey

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Masalskis isn't Irbe.
Hell, he isn't even Naumovs.

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05-06-2012, 02:25 PM
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05-06-2012, 02:26 PM
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Hey Schubert, you are not playing in Ottawa anymore. You are a DEFENSEMAN.

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05-06-2012, 02:28 PM
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It's so painful to watch Daugaviņš play together with Cipulis & Širokovs...

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That's why we all are on the forum. If we couldn't ***** around here, we would probably kill somebody during watching hockey
It was just a comment I made on the Italy-Denmark forum where the Latvians replied didn't shared the danes nervousness (obviously )
So I can be more calm here - I really want an OT - less points for Denmark to catch up to.

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I'm not watching the game, is it a good game? How's the crowd?

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Masalskis isn't Irbe.
Hell, he isn't even Naumovs.
Well they are all better than our goalkeepers

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I'd love to have Vasiļjevs instead of Širokovs. Imagine Herberts playing on the same line with Daugava - that would've been great.
He was kind of unnoticeable last year (tired?). And unfortunately he's now busy enjoying that German citizenship.

And we don't need PP to start losing confidence. Seems like they've shot all the powder. I hope 3rd period will be like the 1st. Speed, speed and more speed.

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05-06-2012, 02:33 PM
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I'm not watching the game, is it a good game? How's the crowd?
After Germans tied it up, the game has turned into slow European hockey. Fans are few and trying to be noisy, but I suspect they are disappointed with the show so far.

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He was kind of unnoticeable last year (tired?). And unfortunately he's now busy enjoying that German citizenship.
Even tired Vasiļjevs is so much better than Lyosha.

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at the end of both periods seems like we either run out gas or became too relaxed.

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Slowest period of hockey I've ever seen. Abysmal lack of pace. I can't even blame refs or anything.

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I am a little confused and maybe somebody here can help me out.

Before the game I keep hearing from all these "experts" tht one of they keys for this game against Latvia is to play a gritty and physical game.

But then two of our more gritty and physical players in Schütz and Rankel are scratched. I don't get it.

The first period was bad. The second was a little better, but still not good. I have very little confidence in this team. Hopefully Latvia will run out of gas.

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Slowest period of hockey I've ever seen. Abysmal lack of pace. I can't even blame refs or anything.
I guess neither team is used to back-to-backs. Except for a few AHLers.

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Tripp's goal seems to have woken up the germans... either that, or conceding from the stick of "stone hands"Tripp has the latvians still in shock. They're still getting their chances, but germany seems atleast equal afterwards when before it was latvian domination...

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