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04-08-2005, 01:23 PM
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The Czechs took their revenge against Slovakia today, 2-1.

Česko - Slovensko 2:1 (1:0, 1:1, 0:0)
Branky a nahrávky: 19. P. Sýkora (Špaček), 38. Olesz (M. Hořava, Martin Straka) - 27. Pálffy (Štrbák, Stümpel).

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

Awful city by the way.
Awful city? Why?
We won 2:1 BTW but that still does not wipe out the 5:0 thrashing... That was a disgraceful result

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04-08-2005, 04:11 PM
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Awful city? Why?
Because Brno is just a horrible place. It's old, ugly and so on.

Another horrible place : Plzen. I would even say it's the worst place in the Czech Republic.

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Because Brno is just a horrible place. It's old, ugly and so on.

Another horrible place : Plzen. I would even say it's the worst place in the Czech Republic.
Well that very much depends on what you have seen from it Every city has its s.hity parts. Prague has them, Moscow has them, New York too. Calling these places awful is a little over the top but that is obviously just my opinion

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Well that very much depends on what you have seen from it Every city has its s.hity parts. Prague has them, Moscow has them, New York too. Calling these places awful is a little over the top but that is obviously just my opinion
You're right. But the difference between Prague and Plzen, is that Prague is 70% great, 30% horrible. Plzen is 95% horrible.

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The Czechs took their revenge against Slovakia today, 2-1.

Česko - Slovensko 2:1 (1:0, 1:1, 0:0)
Branky a nahrávky: 19. P. Sýkora (Špaček), 38. Olesz (M. Hořava, Martin Straka) - 27. Pálffy (Štrbák, Stümpel).
Anyone have a link with video highlights of this game?

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04-09-2005, 10:55 AM
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Anyone have a link with video highlights of this game?
I SERIOUSLY doubt there are highlights as the game wasnt even on TV.

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04-09-2005, 03:52 PM
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Demitra aint going as his wife is having twins.

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04-11-2005, 04:40 PM
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Any news on the Slovakia roster?

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04-11-2005, 05:24 PM
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Any news on the Slovakia roster?
There is a list of players at their camp, in the first post. The list doesn't include the players playing in the playoffs right now. Some of these players include Handzus, Zednik, Orszagh, Satan and Lasak.

As for Lasak, what a player. He wins the championship for Pardubice in heroic fashion

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There is a list of players at their camp, in the first post. The list doesn't include the players playing in the playoffs right now. Some of these players include Handzus, Zednik, Orszagh, Satan and Lasak.

As for Lasak, what a player. He wins the championship for Pardubice in heroic fashion
Yes, ive read that, i wondered if the roster had been cut down from the 30+ players listed there.

In goal for Slovakia is Lasak for sure or does Stana have a chance?

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Yes, ive read that, i wondered if the roster had been cut down from the 30+ players listed there.

In goal for Slovakia is Lasak for sure or does Stana have a chance?
I think Lasak's performance in the playoffs well definitely help his cause. He finished with a .945 save percentage, which is unbelievable. However, I have also read that Stana played well in Sweden. Both goalies probably merit a chance, but personally, I hope they give Lasak the ball. I enjoy watching him play, ever since the 2002 IHWC.

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04-11-2005, 11:41 PM
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Slovakia should be fun to watch, if nothing else. As always, loads of offensive talent up front. Plus, the players have always taken pride in playing for their country. I didn't see Chara on the list, and didn't see an explanation on Chara's absence. If he's not there, it's a big blow to a team that's always struggled on the blue line. They look to be on par with the team from the World Cup, while most of the other super powers aren't as strong. That's good news for Slovakia, and they may be able to beat a couple of the traditionally stronger squads.

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04-12-2005, 03:32 AM
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Slovakia should be fun to watch, if nothing else. As always, loads of offensive talent up front. Plus, the players have always taken pride in playing for their country. I didn't see Chara on the list, and didn't see an explanation on Chara's absence. If he's not there, it's a big blow to a team that's always struggled on the blue line. They look to be on par with the team from the World Cup, while most of the other super powers aren't as strong. That's good news for Slovakia, and they may be able to beat a couple of the traditionally stronger squads.
Chara isnt on the first list as he was playing in Sweden at the time of the first post. Hes a lock for the team for sure.

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04-12-2005, 03:36 AM
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Updated list:

Brankári: Rastislav Staňa (Södertälje/Švéd.), Ján Laco (Košice), Miroslav Lipovský (Nitra)

obrancovia: Martin Štrbák (CSKA Moskva/Rus.), Richard Stehlík (Trenčín), Radoslav Suchý (Poprad), Richard Lintner (Fribourg/Švajč.), Dominik Graňák (Slavia Praha/ČR), Jaroslav Obšut (Lulea/Švéd.), Peter Podhradský (Žilina), Tomáš Starosta (Nižnekamsk/Rus.), Ivan Majeský (Sparta Praha/ČR), Andrej Meszároš (Vancouver/WHL - Kan.)

útočníci: Žigmund Pálffy, Jozef Stümpel (obaja Slavia Praha), Marián Hossa, Marián Gáborík (obaja Trenčín), Ladislav Nagy, Marcel Hossa (obaja Mora/Švéd.), Miroslav Zálešák (Litvínov/ČR), Jiří Bicek (Košice), Andrej Nedorost (Karlove Vary/ČR), Roman Kukumberg (Nižnekamsk/Rus.), Peter Pucher (Znojmo/ČR), Juraj Štefanka (Vítkovice/ČR)

Radivojevic is in camp but is sick.

Lasak will join in the next few days, as should Chara.

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Originally Posted by 12# Peter Bondra
Updated list:

Brankári: Rastislav Staňa (Södertälje/Švéd.), Ján Laco (Košice), Miroslav Lipovský (Nitra)

obrancovia: Martin Štrbák (CSKA Moskva/Rus.), Richard Stehlík (Trenčín), Radoslav Suchý (Poprad), Richard Lintner (Fribourg/Švajč.), Dominik Graňák (Slavia Praha/ČR), Jaroslav Obšut (Lulea/Švéd.), Peter Podhradský (Žilina), Tomáš Starosta (Nižnekamsk/Rus.), Ivan Majeský (Sparta Praha/ČR), Andrej Meszároš (Vancouver/WHL - Kan.)

útočníci: Žigmund Pálffy, Jozef Stümpel (obaja Slavia Praha), Marián Hossa, Marián Gáborík (obaja Trenčín), Ladislav Nagy, Marcel Hossa (obaja Mora/Švéd.), Miroslav Zálešák (Litvínov/ČR), Jiří Bicek (Košice), Andrej Nedorost (Karlove Vary/ČR), Roman Kukumberg (Nižnekamsk/Rus.), Peter Pucher (Znojmo/ČR), Juraj Štefanka (Vítkovice/ČR)

Radivojevic is in camp but is sick.

Lasak will join in the next few days, as should Chara.
Handzus?
Zednik?
Orszagh?
Nagy?
Satan?

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04-12-2005, 09:34 AM
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Handzus, Zednik, Orszagh and Satan are still playing.

Nagy is sick and should come back soon.

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Is Zalesak going to make the final roster?

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Brankári: Rastislav Staňa (Södertälje/Švéd.), Ján Laco (Košice), Miroslav Lipovský (Nitra)

obrancovia: Martin Štrbák (CSKA Moskva/Rus.), Richard Stehlík (Trenčín), Radoslav Suchý (Poprad), Richard Lintner (Fribourg/Švajč.), Dominik Graňák (Slavia Praha/ČR), Jaroslav Obšut (Lulea/Švéd.), Peter Podhradský (Žilina), Tomáš Starosta (Nižnekamsk/Rus.), Ivan Majeský (Sparta Praha/ČR), Andrej Meszároš (Vancouver/WHL - Kan.)
I don't see how this defense unit can stop Canada's, or even Czech Republic's offenses.

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I don't see how this defense unit can stop Canada's, or even Czech Republic's offenses.
We still are missing Chara and Visnovsky so thats 25% of our D. I think we will do allright with that defense.

We wont meet Canada until the quarters (and probably even then) and we meet CZE in the 2nd group stage.

We have had worser defensive units and have done well.

Big names dont always mean success. Also another difference is here we are playing on the big ice, which beneftis guys like Strbak.

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Is Zalesak going to make the final roster?
Id say he wont. We are looking for players for the 4th line and he aint a player who is a defense-first forward.

His chances are slim.

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What in your estimation is the final roster going to be Bondra?

Do you think Meszaros will be a top 6 D?

Think they could possibly pair him with Chara?

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Meszaros wont be with Chara, Chara will be with Lintner.

Meszaros COULD be a top 6, but I doubt it.

Final roster? Too early to tell. In a weeks time Ill make one when everybody will have finished playing the finals and will attend the camp.

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Id say he wont. We are looking for players for the 4th line and he aint a player who is a defense-first forward.

His chances are slim.
Thanks for the response. It is true that he has problems on the defensive side.

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Lintner

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Do you really think Lintner will play this WC? I have my doubt, because he d'oesnt play really often this season. He lost his place, because of the lock out stars in Switzerland.

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