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U-18 WJC Quarterfinals

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04-24-2013, 10:34 PM
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U-18 WJC Quarterfinals

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FIN-SUI
SWE-USA
RUS-GER
CAN-CZE

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Don't forget about the relegation round.

LAT vs SVK is about to start.

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Chances to have streams for the SWE-USA game?

I think in previous days games from Shayba Arena were not covered, unless it was Canada.

Oh, and contemporary starting times for quarters suck! There is no need for that.

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Chances to have streams for the SWE-USA game?

I think in previous days games from Shayba Arena were not covered, unless it was Canada.

Oh, and contemporary starting times for quarters suck! There is no need for that.
Good chances I'd say. Here's one: http://bambuser.com/channel/TopHockeySweden

A better one should pop up here: http://onhockey.ru

3rd alternative - if you want to pay: http://www.fasthockey.com

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Direct link to Sweden - USA: http://onhockey.ru/embedplayer18.html

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What a blatant dive by the american

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What a blatant dive by the american
The biggest problem I have with the reffing at these tournaments is that U18 players fall down.. a lot. It doesn't mean it's a rule infraction involved, but they seem to call it anyway.

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Yeah, the penalty right after looked a bit unsure aswell, wow that #24 on team usa looks huge

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Johansson has made some great saves. Necessary.

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Antonen 1-0 Finland.

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1-0 usa pp

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Pretty soon it will be something like 5-0 USA....

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I would've taken Muzito-Bagenda over all the so called grinders on this team.

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2-0 usa

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Here we go..

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They are just walking around Hägg so easily, he's brutal.

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Could have been 3-0 USA.

We need to sort our **** out, just saying.

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I wonder what Grönborg told the kids, "go out and have some fun", sure looks pretty damn nonchalant out there.

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Grönborg has now coached this team to 0-15 the last 7 periods against USA & Canada in the U18 WC.

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I would've taken Muzito-Bagenda over all the so called grinders on this team.
Yes, this team needs at least two more De la Roses.

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FIN-SUI 1-0 after the first period.

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Hägg did look kinda weak on that 2nd goal.

First goal not much to say about tho, johansson prob didn't see the puck.

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Should have sent the entire WHC-17 team instad

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Not much to say about this game IMO. USA's speed is a lot greater than Sweden's. Once our forwards get into the offensive zone they hesitate and make a low percentage passes. If they somehow win a battle down low and get it back to a defenseman, there's either no one in front of the goal or the shot gets blocked. Most of the time, the Swedish players are on their heels.

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Not much to say about this game IMO. USA's speed is a lot greater than Sweden's. Once our forwards get into the offensive zone they hesitate and make a low percentage passes. If they somehow win a battle down low and get it back to a defenseman, there's either no one in front of the goal or the shot gets blocked. Most of the time, the Swedish players are on their heels.
Is this his first tournament with this group of U18? Doesn't seem to have much of a coherent game plan from what I can decipher. Seems as though he miscalculated on an effective game plan to play N. American teams given your previous posts about goals allowed in the past 2 + games.

I meant the coach of course. )))

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