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QF • Jan. 2 • Russia 4, Switzerland 3 (SO)

View Poll Results: Predict outcome
Russian blowout 8 12.90%
Russia wins quite easily 20 32.26%
Russia squeezes out win 20 32.26%
Swiss with the huge upset 14 22.58%
Voters: 62. You may not vote on this poll

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01-01-2013, 07:13 PM
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QF • Jan. 2 • Russia 4, Switzerland 3 (SO)

2013 IIHF U20 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP | QUARTER-FINAL
JANUARY 2, 2013
8:00 AM ET • 14:00 CET • 19:00 YEKT




Ufa Arena, Ufa, Bashkortostan, Russian Federation
(CAPACITY: 8,250)


Russia
Official lineup.
Left WingCenterRight Wing
26 Daniil Zharkov
19 Alexander Khokhlachyov
10 Nail Yakupov (C)
17 Anton Slepyshev
25 Mikhail Grigorenko
16 Nikita Kucherov
11 Yevgeniy Mozer
14 Vladimir Tkachyov
18 Yaroslav Kosov
21 Kirill Kapustin
12 Andrei Sigaryov
8 Maxim Shalunov

Left DefenseRight Defense
9 Nikita Nesterov (A)
5 Albert Yarullin (A)
28 Yaroslav Dyblenko
27 Kirill Dyakov
22 Andrei Mironov
29 Pavel Koledov
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7 Artyom Sergeyev

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
30 Andrei Vasilevskiy
20 Andrei Makarov

ScratchesReason
G 1 Igor Ustinskiy
Healthy
F 15 Valeriy Nichushkin
1-game suspension

Switzerland
Official lineup.
Left WingCenterRight Wing
22 Sven Andrighetto (A)
9 Tanner Richard
15 Mike Künzle
10 Alessio Bertaggia
11 Christoph Bertschy (C)
16 Sandro Zanegger
25 Dario Simion
23 Martin Ness
12 Lino Martschini
28 Lukas Balmelli
21 Jan Neuenschwander
19 Robin Leone
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24 Lukas Sieber
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Left DefenseRight Defense
14 Dean Kukan
2 Cédric Hächler (A)
8 Christian Marti
4 Mirco Müller
27 Samuel Guerra
29 Eliot Antonietti
4 Phil Baltisberger
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Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
1 Melvin Nyffeler
20 Luca Boltshauser

ScratchesReason
G 30 Robin Kuonen
Healthy

Officials
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Pavel Hodek
Mikael Nord
Masi Puolakka
Anton Semjonov


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Russia squeezes out the win 3-2. 2 goals from yakupov

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Russia squeezes out the win 3-2. 2 goals from yakupov
I agree with the end result but I don't think Nail will light it up twice.

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low scoring games, 3-2 swiss or russia will be final score. and same i do not see yakupov scoring but he might surprise us.

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I have a feeling that Russia is going to absolutely beat the **** out of the Swiss.

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My predictions: Russia will win 3-0. It will be a good game for Grigorenko and Yakupov. Vasilevsky will be a starting goalie.

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My predictions: Russia will win 3-0. It will be a good game for Grigorenko and Yakupov. Vasilevsky will be a starting goalie.
Is this confirmed?

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No. It's just my prediction

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Swiss lose but outshoot the Russians.

if the Swiss win do they play Canada instead of the Czech's or US?

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My prediction is a 4-1 Russia victory.

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if the Swiss win do they play Canada instead of the Czech's or US?
No. They will play Sweden.

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I think Russia will play there best game of the tournament (so far). 1-2 goal lead going into the third and then they blow it wide open.

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4-1 for the swiss in an absolute shocker

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I think the Russians are going to blow them out

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Swiss lead 2-1 going into the third but Russia takes it 4-2 with an empty netter.

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Russia wins 5-3, Grigorenko and Yakupov both with two goals

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This can really go either way. Remember that Russia had huge problem handling the pressure in their opening game against Slovakia. Now the pressure will be even bigger. + Switzerland is having quite good tournament so far.

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Switzerland gets another OT or SO loss.

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Swiss either win in overtime or lose in the shootout

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Switzerland will put up a good fight but the Russians will simply outskill them. 5-2

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Swiss have had a great tournament and Russia hasn't shown what they are capable of yet. However, unless Russia lose composure in a tight game and succumb to the pressure of the home crowd, I would be very surprised if they lost. That being said, I was pretty shocked that the Swiss potted five on them and lost 7-5 in exhibition. You can't really count on exhibition results though. Ask poor Finland fans.


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The Swiss have a great power play, but unless the Russians play dumb enough to put them on it and I am thinking more of a major variety where they pot a couple and really stir the game, I don't think this will be close.

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Is this confirmed?
yes, vasilevskiy in the net

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Lets go Switzerland!

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I'm expecting a big showing outta Grigo..... He will show that much like his mentor Pat Roy he's also able to elevate his game as they get more and more important.

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