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05-14-2012, 11:39 PM
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Group S • May 15 • Czech Republic 8, Germany 1

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




ERICSSON GLOBE, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
(CAPACITY: 13,850)


Czech Republic
Left WingCenterRight Wing
9 Milan Michálek
14 Tomáš Plekanec (C)
10 Martin Erat
62 Petr Tenkrát
46 David Krejčí
67 Michal Frolík
73 Petr Průcha
42 Petr Koukal
83 Aleš Hemský
82 Michal Vondrka
12 Jiří Novotný (A)
88 Jakub Petružálek

Left DefenseRight Defense
44 Miroslav Blaťák
87 Jakub Nakládal
36 Petr Čáslava (A)
30 Jakub Krejčík
25 Lukáš Krajíček
6 Tomáš Mojžíš
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23 Ondřej Němec

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
33 Jakub Štěpánek
29 Petr Mrázek

ScratchesReason
G 1 Jakub Kovář
Healthy
D 80 Zdeněk Kutlák
Concussion
F 22 Lukáš Kašpar
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F 93 Petr Nedvěd
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Germany
Left WingCenterRight Wing
17 Marcus Kink
57 Marcel Goc (C)
21 John Tripp
39 Thomas Greilinger
18 Kai Hospelt (A)
67 Sebastian Furchner
86 Daniel Pietta
29 Alexander Barta (A)
19 Evan Kaufmann
87 Philip Gogulla
47 Christoph Ullmann
37 Patrick Reimer

Left DefenseRight Defense
77 Nikolai Goc
2 Denis Reul
13 Christoph Schubert
12 Christopher Fischer
7 Florian Ondruschka
3 Justin Krueger
82 Sinan Akdag
27 Kevin Lavallée

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
44 Dennis Endras
1 Dmitrij Kotschnew

ScratchesReason
G 32 Dmitri Pätzold
Healthy
F 24 André Rankel
Healthy
F 55 Felix Schütz
Healthy

Officials
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Vyacheslav Bulanov
Konstantin Olenin
Roger Arm
Sakari Suominen


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3-2 Germany.

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Czechs give this one to play against Russia.

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Czechs give this one to play against Russia.
That's not the Czech way, maybe Russian is, I don't know. Why would we bother now playing Russia when we can meet them later? (assuming they won't get knocked out by Norway).

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That's not the Czech way, maybe Russian is, I don't know. Why would we bother now playing Russia when we can meet them later? (assuming they won't get knocked out by Norway).
Meet them later ????? I see you doing bit of dreaming there.......come back to reality

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That's not the Czech way, maybe Russian is, I don't know. Why would we bother now playing Russia when we can meet them later? (assuming they won't get knocked out by Norway).
According to Mr. Forsberg, it's not a Russian but a Swedish way how to win a tournament

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I just hope it will be less embarrassing than the last German game...

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That's not the Czech way, maybe Russian is, I don't know. Why would we bother now playing Russia when we can meet them later? (assuming they won't get knocked out by Norway).
Please, it's everybody's way, teams choose oponents. Sweden did that before, got gold.

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All teams want to avoid Norway in the QF

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I just hope it will be less embarrassing than the last German game...
I believe they want revenge, and will try to restore their honor. Czechs will probably have their hands full in this game.


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Please, it's everybody's way, teams choose oponents. Sweden did that before, got gold.
Sweden =/= everybody

I can't believe that some people really think CZE is going to lose this on purpose. That's just too funny.

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Sweden =/= everybody

I can't believe that some people really think CZE is going to lose this on purpose. That's just too funny.
All one needs to do is not to give 100% and that's it, Germany can take it. The boundary between "on purpose" and "having a bad day" is very fine.

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We are not going to lose this one....well, you know, at least not on purpose

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3 : 1 Germany. The fright of swedes will be too strong

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Poor Endras...here we go again. Czechs already in the lead 1-0.

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This can't happen again... pleease no.... I'm still in shock from Sunday

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Here we go again.

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Good save by Endras. Seems one of few still alive.
Most Germans are like zombies on ice...

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Great save by Endras.

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how did that go in?

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Easy tap in after a good slapper.

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Easy tap in after a good slapper.
Yeah, but a tap in by Michalek. At least we got some

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michalek kicks it into his own net, come on, if you gonna lose on purpose do it a little more discrete

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