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RR • Jan. 4 • Finland 11, Slovakia 4

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01-03-2013, 09:52 AM
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RR • Jan. 4 • Finland 11, Slovakia 4

2013 IIHF U20 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP | RELEGATION ROUND
JANUARY 4, 2013
8:00 AM ET • 14:00 CET • 19:00 YEKT




Sports Palace, Ufa, Bashkortostan, Russian Federation
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Finland
Official lineup.
Left WingCenterRight Wing
22 Miikka Salomäki (A)
11 Markus Granlund
10 Joel Armia
20 Teuvo Teräväinen
16 Aleksander Barkov
19 Ville Järveläinen
13 Markus Hännikäinen
26 Robert Leino
28 Artturi Lehkonen
23 Saku Salminen
21 Thomas Nykopp
24 Matti Lamberg

Left DefenseRight Defense
2 Olli Määttä (A)
5 Rasmus Ristolaineni
4 Petteri Lindbohm (C)
12 Ville Pokka
27 Juuso Vainio
3 Juuso Riikola
8 Henri Auvinen
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Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
30 Joonas Korpisalo
31 Janne Juvonen

ScratchesReason
G 1 Eetu Laurikainen
Healthy
F 15 Miro Aaltonen
Foot injury

Slovakia
Official lineup.
Left WingCenterRight Wing
13 Tomáš Mikúš (A)
19 Marko Daňo
29 Matúš Matis
18 Andrej Bíreš
25 Bruno Mráz
14 Richard Mráz
9 Milan Kolena
20 Martin Reway
17 Michal Uhrík
26 Branislav Rapáč
27 Dominik Fujerík
10 Denis Hudec

Left DefenseRight Defense
21 Tomáš Nechala (A)
11 Peter Čerešňák
12 Emil Bagin
6 Tomáš Rusina
28 Karol Korím (C)
5 David Bajaník
24 Richard Búri
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Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
2 Adam Nagy
30 Patrik Romančík

ScratchesReason
G 1 Richard Sabol
Healthy
D 16 Patrik Luža
Injury

Officials
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Sergei Kulakov
Daniel Stricker
Tobias Haster
Raivis Jucers


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As long as Finland wins I'm ok with it, but would also be kinda neat if Finland runs up the score and ends up with the top-2/3 scorers of the tournament.

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Expect Granlund to yet again be an offensive catalyst in this game. Do not understand the hate for him from most fans.

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Expect Granlund to yet again be an offensive catalyst in this game. Do not understand the hate for him from most fans.
I think in this tournament, he really showed for me that he is a really good player, not just a little brother of the great Mikael. I respect him far much more now! Might even watch a HIFK game now!

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Expect Granlund to yet again be an offensive catalyst in this game. Do not understand the hate for him from most fans.
In FEL games he didn't have much going, only wasting scoring chances. There was two possibilities, Self-esteem problems or his brother made him way better than he was, and since his brother has already proven that he can play most guys went with it. For now, it looks like he only had self-esteem problems and he couldn't enjoy hockey because all the pressure from media and fans.

At least i see positive things now.

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In FEL games he didn't have much going, only wasting scoring chances. There was two possibilities, Self-esteem problems or his brother made him way better than he was, and since his brother has already proven that he can play most guys went with it. For now, it looks like he only had self-esteem problems and he couldn't enjoy hockey because all the pressure from media and fans.

At least i see positive things now.


He played well against Germany in relegation-game and now he is suddenly an offensive catalyst. I just don't see him having a career in NHL because of the lack of wow-factor.

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He played well against Germany in relegation-game and now he is suddenly an offensive catalyst. I just don't see him having a career in NHL because of the lack of wow-factor.
He was "the man" against swiss, and kept our hopes alive with great plays and a hat trick. That's really the turning point in my view about him. He was a leader who tied and win it for us, and worked hes but off too making good things. He and Aaltonen impressed in the start already.

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He was "the man" against swiss, and kept our hopes alive with great plays and a hat trick. That's really the turning point in my view about him. He was a leader who tied and win it for us, and worked hes but off too making good things. He and Aaltonen impressed in the start already.
He had his moments for sure. But the games against big countries were the ones where he has supposed to bloom. That didn't happen. This team collapsed in this tournament and with material like this, Finland should be in medal games.

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He had his moments for sure. But the games against big countries were the ones where he has supposed to bloom. That didn't happen. This team collapsed in this tournament and with material like this, Finland should be in medal games.
The only ones who really under performed were Lehkonen and Salomaki, you just set the par too high for one individual. Did you even notice how many quality scoring chances Salomaki had throught out the tournament, he should've scored at least two of them. Stop pointing that finger on wrong guy, thanks.

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Dead rubber game isn't it? 2-1 to Finland.

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He played well against Germany in relegation-game and now he is suddenly an offensive catalyst. I just don't see him having a career in NHL because of the lack of wow-factor.
I'm pretty sure he was around 6th in tournament scoring already before the Germany game. And didn't most other top-scoring guys rack good amount of their points against Germany too?

He's not an elite prospect but has been really underrated imo just because he's not as good as his brother.

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Slovakia will win.

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Ma Granlund has impressed me pretty much this whole time including the buildup games as a neutral observer.

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Järveläinen makes it 1-0.

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2-0 Salomäki, ass: Armia

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Mind linking your boxscore?

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Way to go, lets crush em' Slovaks!

This tournament is brutal, with better luck we'd be in the medal games. Damn you Switzerland ! (That being said, we had our chances)


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3-0 Armia ass: Granlund

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3-0 Armia (Granlund)!

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Is Slovakia in a danger of falling to 2nd group if they lose?

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Is Slovakia in a danger of falling to 2nd group if they lose?
No, Latvia was already relegated and only one team falls to second division.

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