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U20 4 Nations Tournament, Sundsvall, Nov. 9-11

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10-31-2012, 09:59 AM
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U20 4 Nations Tournament, Sundsvall, Nov. 9-11

Tournament website: http://stats.swehockey.se/ScheduleAn.../Overview/3491

Date
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Game
Result
Nov. 915:30Finland vs. Russia4-0
Nov. 919:00Sweden vs. Czech Republic2-1
Nov. 1012:30Russia vs. Czech Republic2-0
Nov. 1016:00Sweden vs. Finland5-2
Nov. 1111:00Czech Republic vs. Finland1-3
Nov. 1114:30Sweden vs. Russia3-1

Rosters:
Sweden
Russia
Finland
Czech Republic

Streaming:
http://svtplay.se (Sweden-Russia only, restrictions unknown).
https://digitalvideodesign.solidtango.com/ppv (The other games, ~€11/game, available abroad).


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is this Finlands updated roster? Armia, Granlund wont play?

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is this Finlands updated roster? Armia, Granlund wont play?
Yep, Armia, Granlund, Salomäki, Teräväinen, Salminen and Lamberg are out from the forwards.

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Yep, Armia, Granlund, Salomäki, Teräväinen, Salminen and Lamberg are out from the forwards.
What's up with Armia and Granlund?

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FIN-RUS just started. The games can be followed here:

http://stats.swehockey.se/ScheduleAndResults/Live/3491

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FIN-RUS just started. The games can be followed here:

http://stats.swehockey.se/ScheduleAndResults/Live/3491
thank you. any video?

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of course Barkov has to score on his people

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I assume this is pretty much challenger team for Russia with all the top guns playing in the superseries? Shots 20-3 for finland in the 1st...

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I assume this is pretty much challenger team for Russia with all the top guns playing in the superseries? Shots 20-3 for finland in the 1st...
Yes, their WJC-team minus some injured guys is playing in Canada right now. Finland had 3 PP's vs 0.5 for Russia though. An expensive stream (11€) can be found here: http://digitalvideodesign.solidtango.com/

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There's a finnish guy on ice whose like 5'4 and he is facing russian D who is like 6'6/7

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There's a finnish guy on ice whose like 5'4 and he is facing russian D who is like 6'6/7
i commented this on Russian forums, it's stupid to pick such big d-men to play in europe on big ice with european teams, I bet finnland has a tremendous speed adv, the score is 2:0 meanwhile. most of the russian team here is u19 (94 born) guys to watch Osnovin, Barabanov, Romantsev, Mikhailov, Khlopotov, Kadeikin, Sorokin

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i commented this on Russian forums, it's stupid to pick such big d-men to play in europe on big ice with european teams, I bet finnland has a tremendous speed adv, the score is 2:0 meanwhile. most of the russian team here is u19 (94 born) guys to watch Osnovin, Barabanov, Romantsev, Mikhailov, Khlopotov, Kadeikin, Sorokin
I think avg for the whole tournament is under 19. Sorokin looks really good out there.

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i commented this on Russian forums, it's stupid to pick such big d-men to play in europe on big ice with european teams, I bet finnland has a tremendous speed adv, the score is 2:0 meanwhile. most of the russian team here is u19 (94 born) guys to watch Osnovin, Barabanov, Romantsev, Mikhailov, Khlopotov, Kadeikin, Sorokin
Maybe it's just for development, i.e. giving ice time to the raw 6'6 project dman instead of developed 5'9 dman, who probably has very little potential to become a world class player. It's something Finland should be doing more actually, it doesn't really matter who wins these game anyway.

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How barkov didn't have assists on 2nd and 4th goal?

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Burakovsky on a line with Karlsson and Åberg tonight, basically taking Forsberg's line spot(who is out). Good chance to make a case for himself.

Åberg-Vikstrand on the point for 1st PP unit, Collberg-C.Andersson on 2nd unit.

Pretty boring game. Czechs hanging on for dear life, Swedes not showing creativity enough to score. Best player by far has been Jan Lukas.


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damn alibi avslut!

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can we get a update on forsberg?!

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I was expecting the Czechs to be a little bit better than this. 17-1 in shots after the first and the game is as one-sided as the stats indicate.

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Sweden looks brutal

where are W.Karlsson, Åberg, Collberg, Lindholm? Are they playing?


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Pretty horrible period, never relax when the score is still 0-0.

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where are W.Karlsson, Åberg, Collberg, Lindholm? Are they playing?
Collberg has been especially terrible.

Burakovsky >> de la Rose so far BTW.

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Only Wennberg stands out as a positive. Lindholm is dishing the puck to a teammate and then the play goes dead every time. He needs to take some own initiatives, he's playing the game like he would in the SEL.

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I was going there, but I caught lamonia. Life is so unfair...

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Only Wennberg stands out as a positive. Lindholm is dishing the puck to a teammate and then the play goes dead every time. He needs to take some own initiatives, he's playing the game like he would in the SEL.
That's the problem with european top playmakers (too smart as hockey players compared to rest of the teenagers) they start to shine after they get's actually good linemates whom they can abuse. Example: Teravainen was on exact same situation last year at 4Nations, then some swedes started to bash him something like: pfft TT is 2nd round talent he can't play he will never make it to NHL etcetc.

So, should i start to bash him now that he can't carry the team

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