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Group H • May 15 • Slovakia 5, France 4

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Group H • May 15 • Slovakia 5, France 4

2012 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP | ROUND ROBIN GAME
MAY 15, 2012
9:15 AM ET • 15:15 CET • 16:15 EET




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


Slovakia
Left WingCenterRight Wing
82 Tomáš Kopecký
26 Michal Handžuš
92 Branko Radivojevič
21 Libor Hudáček
43 Tomáš Surový
18 Miroslav Šatan (A)
90 Tomáš Tatar
71 Juraj Mikúš
91 Michel Miklík
61 Milan Bartovič
55 Mário Bližňák
87 Marcel Haščák
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25 Marek Hovorka
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Left DefenseRight Defense
33 Zdeno Chára (C)
4 Michal Sersen
7 Ivan Baranka
44 Andrej Sekera
23 René Vydarený
19 Tomáš Starosta

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
50 Ján Laco
2 Peter Hamerlík

ScratchesReason
G 39 Július Hudáček
Healthy
D 51 Dominik Graňák
Injury
D 78 Kristián Kudroč
Back injury
F 81 Marcel Hossa
Healthy

France
Left WingCenterRight Wing
24 Julien Desrosiers
10 Laurent Meunier (C)
7 Yorick Treille
19 Loďc Lampérier
41 Pierre-Édouard Bellemare (A)
14 Stéphane Da Costa
54 Antoine Roussel
22 Brian Henderson
26 Charles Bertrand
82 Damien Raux
80 Teddy Da Costa
9 Damien Fleury

Left DefenseRight Defense
3 Vincent Bachet (A)
84 Kevin Hecquefeuille
32 Alexandre Rouleau
27 Baptiste Amar
18 Yohann Auvitu
74 Nicolas Besch
20 Maxime Moisand
4 Antonin Manavian

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
39 Cristobal Huet
42 Fabrice Lhenry

ScratchesReason
G 49 Florian Hardy
Healthy
F 71 Anthony Guttig
Concussion
F 77 Sacha Treille
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Granak and Hossa out
Hovorka in

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If france wins in reg do they come 4th? Whats the tiebreakers?

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If france wins in reg do they come 4th? Whats the tiebreakers?
Tiebreaker is current match. If there will be tie in the end, Slovakia comes 4th because of scores differential.

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Tiebreaker is current match. If there will be tie in the end, Slovakia comes 4th because of scores differential.

Uhm....doesn't France have less points? So tie is 4th place for Slovakia and lose is 4th place for France, right? Because of mutual match...

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Slovakia 12 points 16:9
France 9 points 17:27

If France win, they will have 12 points. Because of mutual match, they are goin' further.
If there is a tie, further goes Slovakia (I was wrong in my previous post, sorry, I'm writing and thinking fast, while I'm at work).

So France HAS to win in regular time.

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Yep...we,France, have to win this in reg otherwise it will be Slovakia in 1/4.
Stakes are, for us, at a kinda high ceiling for one time

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Wow, after winning over Kazachstan, the Swiss, USA and Belarus, Slovakia still has to fight for the last 1/4 spot - with France.

Never would have thought this was possible.

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This game also has Olympic ramifications. A single point from SVK and they qualify for the 2014 games in Sochi. This was the reason given by several players, including the captain, for joining the team.

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Let's start.
EDIT: 1:0 Bartovic; weak goal by Huet

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softy from Cristo... well no choice but working hard

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What a breakaway....and first penalty. France is dangerous on PP.

Kopecky scores on his former teammate from Chicago.

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Already down 0-2...
w000t 1-2 Treille !!

Still hope then!

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Who is Da Costa? He was probably the best forward in every game I've watched France in this WC.
France plays very bold game.

EDIT? Haven't I said it right now? Beuty by him.

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2-2 T.Da Costa !!!!

Bad turn over by slovakia...

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Who is Da Costa? He was probably the best forward in every game I've watched France in this WC.
France plays very bold game.
Stephane is an Ottawa prospect. Undrafted, he played a few games with the Sens this year, but was mostly in the AHL.
Edit: Stephane's brother Teddy scores!

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Stephane is an Ottawa prospect. Undrafted, he played a few games with the Sens this year, but was mostly in the AHL.
Edit: Stephane's brother Teddy scores!
Ou, there are two DaCostas
France is cleary better in second half of the period.

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Who is Da Costa? He was probably the best forward in every game I've watched France in this WC.
France plays very bold game.

EDIT? Haven't I said it right now? Beuty by him.
he is not the most known of the da costa brotherhood but he is gifted talent wise, he played 11-12 in Poland.... with Tychy i guess

edit : got beat ^^

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Great 1st period from France.

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Any stream for this game?

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Any stream for this game?
Many!

http://www.lshunter.tv/hockey-live-streaming-video.html

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Slovaks cant pass one ************g pass to each other!

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Allez les bleus!!! Go France!

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What I really like is that we don't just play D, like we used to. We're able to generate some offense.

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