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04-04-2005, 02:29 PM
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Slovak Camp starts

The Slovak Camp has started and 23 players have been named with some extras (those who just finished their season or possible addition if injuries occur).

Mezei didnt get an invitation and isnt going to the WC's. Meszaros and Stehlik did get and will play in the camp.

Line up so far:

brankári: Rastislav Staňa (Södertälje SK/Švéd.), Ján Laco (HC Košice), Miroslav Lipovský (HKm Dynamax Nitra)

obrancovia: Martin Štrbák (CSKA Moskva/Rus.), Ivan Majeský (Sparta Praha/ČR), Radoslav Suchý (HK Tatravagónka ŠKP Poprad), Richard Lintner (Fribourg/Švajč.), Dominik Graňák (Slavia Praha/ČR), Jaroslav Obšut (Lulea/Švéd.), Peter Podhradský (MsHK Žilina), Tomáš Starosta (Neftechimik Nižnekamsk/Rus.)

útočníci: Žigmund Pálffy, Jozef Stümpel (obaja Slavia Praha/ČR), Ladislav Nagy, Marcel Hossa (obaja Mora IK/Švéd.), Branko Radivojevič (Lulea/Švéd.), Miroslav Zálešák (HC Chemopetrol Litvínov/ČR), Jiří Bicek (HC Košice), Andrej Nedorost (HC Energie Karlove Vary/ČR), Tomáš Chrenko (HKm Dynamax Nitra), Peter Pucher (HC Znojmo/ČR), Roman Kukumberg (Nižnekamsk/Rus.), Juraj Štefanka (HC Vítkovice/ČR)

rezervní hráči: Peter Smrek, Ivan Čiernik (obaja Wolfsburg/Nem.), Stanislav Hudec (HC Vítkovice), Richard Stehlík, Marián Hossa, Pavol Demitra, Marián Gáborík (všetci Dukla Trenčín)

The coach said that he has the top 3 lines secure and hes looking for players for the 4th line.

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Why are Hossa, Gaborik, Demitra reserve players? They are not part of the first 3 lines? Or they are still playing in the playoffs and are locked for the WC. What about Satan and Bondra? Where are they?

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RUSSIA'S CAMP : http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.p...06#post2692306

Not everyone has arrived yet, especially the players who are still in the Playoffs of the Superleague. Some absentees, like Khabibulin, Zherdev, Zhamnov and Danny Markov.

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So I presume that Zednik, Handzus and Satan will join the camp, once their series is completed?

What about Lasak, is Parubdice still playing right now? That guy has been brilliant this season, by all accounts.

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Why are Hossa, Gaborik, Demitra reserve players? They are not part of the first 3 lines? Or they are still playing in the playoffs and are locked for the WC. What about Satan and Bondra? Where are they?
Hossa, Gaborik and Demitra just finished their seasons. They will join the camp next week.

Bondra isnt going as he has only played 6 games all year.

Satan is still playing in the playoffs.

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So I presume that Zednik, Handzus and Satan will join the camp, once their series is completed?

What about Lasak, is Parubdice still playing right now? That guy has been brilliant this season, by all accounts.
Youre correct in every question. Also dont forget Orszagh.

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What are the chances of Marcel Hossa making the team?

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Lasak is looking really good right now. Last night, he made 42 saves for Pardubice for the win. Keep it up man

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What are the chances of Marcel Hossa making the team?
Slim as the coach said, he has the top 3 lines set, so hes looking for players for the 4th line and Hossa aint a defensive player from what I know.

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Who is Slovakia's coach?

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Lasak is looking really good right now. Last night, he made 42 saves for Pardubice for the win. Keep it up man
Stana is great this year too. But Lasak will still be the no.1 as he raises his game in the national team.

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Who is Slovakia's coach?
Frantisek Hossa, father of both Hossa's (that sound's weird).

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Frantisek Hossa, father of both Hossa's (that sound's weird).
Ja jsem nevedel ze Marcel a Marian Hossa jsou bratri!

Is Hossa a good coach? What's his history?

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Ja jsem nevedel ze Marcel a Marian Hossa jsou bratri!

Is Hossa a good coach? What's his history?
Well, I really dont know his history but he's a defense first coach (which with our line up sometimes doesnt work).

I hope Supler becomes our new coach after the 2005 WC's. Supler > Hossa

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Today in our first training game we beat the Czechs 5-0, Stana with the over 30 shot shutout.

Our lines:

Staňa -

Podhradský, Štrbák,
Lintner, Suchý
Graňák Obšut
Starosta Stehlík

Pálffy, Stümpel, Bicek
Radivojevič, Kukumberg, Marcel Hossa
Zálešák, P. Pucher, J. Štefanka
A. Nedorost, Húževka, T. Chrenko

Goals: 6. P. Pucher (Obšut, J. Štefanka), 19. P. Pucher (Graňák, Marcel Hossa), 40. J. Štefanka (P. Pucher), 51. Pálffy (Radivojevic), 56. Štrbák (Pálffy)

Penalties were 6 for us, 5 for the Czechs. We scored 3 times on the powerplay and once shorthanded.

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Ja jsem nevedel ze Marcel a Marian Hossa jsou bratri!

Is Hossa a good coach? What's his history?
In early 90's he was an assistent of Julius Supler in Dukla Trencin and National team. Later he coached Martin (not sure), Slovan. He becaome NT coach in 2002/03. He won bronze medal in 2003 and fourth place in 2004.

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I THINK he was the coach of Trencin but Im not sure.

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this information is from a couple of years ago that has some of the older information about him - on the IIHF site

"Frantisek Hossa was the assistant coach of Slovakia in the 1998 and 1999 IIHF World Championships and also in the 1998 Olympics in Nagano, with Jan Sterbak as head coach. Hossa has coached Slovakia's top club teams Slovan Bratislava and HKM Zvolen and he has also been a scout for the Ottawa Senators."

http://www.iihf.com/news/iihfpr4802.htm

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They play again tomorrow, but this time in Brno, Czech Republic.

Awful city by the way.

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They play again tomorrow, but this time in Brno, Czech Republic.

Awful city by the way.
They are playing thats right, but nobody is showing it on TV like yesterdays game .

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They are playing thats right, but nobody is showing it on TV like yesterdays game .
Maybe they are showing, but on Ceska Televize only.

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Where is Zdeno Chara on the list? Has he indicated that he won't play?

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What i like about the Slovaks is that their guys always seem to answer the bell.They rarely if ever get any "i'm busy on the ranch this ofseason" attitude from their players when their country comes calling them.They would have to be a favourite in this tournament in my estimation.This won't be any world cup this time around and i'll come out and say that right now.They will be difficult to beat.

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What i like about the Slovaks is that their guys always seem to answer the bell.They rarely if ever get any "i'm busy on the ranch this ofseason" attitude from their players when their country comes calling them.They would have to be a favourite in this tournament in my estimation.This won't be any world cup this time around and i'll come out and say that right now.They will be difficult to beat.
Could be, but the only thing I know is that they are going to end up second in the preliminary group (behind Russia). Why I know that? Because I have a ticket for A1-D1 game (bought it assuming that Russia will win the group). I'm allways lucky about that stuff and that's why I'm 150% sure that it will be that way! Remember what I said!

GROUP A:
1. Russia
2. Slovakia
3. Doesn't matter (I cheer for Belarus)
4. Doesn't matter

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Could be, but the only thing I know is that they are going to end up second in the preliminary group (behind Russia). Why I know that? Because I have a ticket for A1-D1 game (bought it assuming that Russia will win the group). I'm allways lucky about that stuff and that's why I'm 150% sure that it will be that way! Remember what I said!

GROUP A:
1. Russia
2. Slovakia
3. Doesn't matter (I cheer for Belarus)
4. Doesn't matter
Hope you get your wish .Wish i could be there enjoying it.One of these days i'm going.You can count on it.The only question is which wonderful city do i choose to go to? Do i wait for it to be in Stockholm,Praque? Moscow? Helisinki,Zurich? Decisions,decisions. From what i have been seeing though it looks like it will be Praque,Moscow or Bratislava because damn near every woman i see from there is knock your socks off hot or at the very least pretty cute. I plan to be at my most charming when i go over there.How charming a rabid Canadian hockey fan can be over there is questionable however..............ah, i'll be fine.

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