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EHT 2012-13 [CZE/FIN/RUS/SWE] • 4th Stage • Kajobet Hockey Games (CZE) • Apr. 25.-28.

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EHT 2012-13 [CZE/FIN/RUS/SWE] • 4th Stage • Kajobet Hockey Games (CZE) • Apr. 25.-28.

Apr 25 Sweden vs Russia (In Sweden)
Apr 25 Finland Czech Republic

Apr 27 Czech Republic vs Sweden
Apr 27 Russia vs Finland

Apr 28 Sweden vs Finland
Apr 28 Czech Republic vs Russia


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Candidates (Roster @ Camp):

Goalies
K. Barulin
I. Yezhov
V. Koshechkin


Defense
I. Nikulin
E. Medvedev
D. Denisov
E. Biryukov
A. Belov

Y. Rylov
E. Ryasensky
K. Korneyev
Y. Alexandrov


Offense
E. Dadonov
A. Perezhogin
A. Popov
V. Shipachyov
S. Mozyakin
S. Shirokov
A. Radulov
A. Svitov
A. Tereshchenko
V. Tikhonov

M. Varnakov
K. Petrov
E. Ketov
S. Plotnikov
D. Kazionov
E. Averin


Possible candidates from the KHL Playoffs:
D. Kokarev / E. Kuznetsov
Not intived
D. Kalinin / N. Zherdev


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the next kajobet hockey games will take place this august (not the april of the next year).

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Alois Hadamczik candidates:

G:
Alexandr Salák (Färjestad, Švédsko),
Jakub Kovář (HC MOUNTFIELD České Budějovice),
Pavel Francouz (HC VERVA Litvínov).

D:
Jakub Nakládal (HC Lev Praha, KHL),
Jakub Krejčík (HC Lev Praha, KHL),
Petr Čáslava (Čerepovec, KHL),
Tomáš Mojžíš (Slovan Bratislava, KHL),
Marek Trončinský (Chanty-Mansijsk, KHL),
Jan Kolář (Doněck, KHL),
Zdeněk Kutlák (Ambri-Piotta, Švýcarsko),
Tomáš Voráček (HC Vítkovice Steel),
Karel Kubát (HC VERVA Litvínov).

O:
Jiří Novotný (HC Lev Praha, KHL),
Petr Vrána (HC Lev Praha, KHL),
Tomáš Rachůnek (HC Lev Praha, KHL),
Jiří Sekáč (HC Lev Praha, KHL),
Zbyněk Irgl (Minsk, KHL),
Lukáš Kašpar (Doněck, KHL),
Michal Vondrka (Slovan Bratislava, KHL),
Petr Koukal (Nižněkamsk, KHL),
Milan Gulaš (Magnitogorsk, KHL),
Petr Hubáček (Jyväskylä, Finsko),
Tomáš Hertl (HC Slavia Praha),
Petr Tenkrát (HC Sparta Praha),
Ivan Rachůnek (HC Sparta Praha),
Ondřej Roman (HC Vítkovice Steel),
Vladimír Svačina (HC Vítkovice Steel),
Lukáš Pech (HC Energie Karlovy Vary).

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G:
Atte Engren, TPS
Mika Järvinen, HPK
Joni Ortio, HIFK

D:
Juuso Hietanen, Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod,KHL
Janne Jalasvaara, Dynamo Moskova, KHL
Mikko Kousa, MoDo, SWE
Lasse Kukkonen, Rögle BK, SWE
Teemu Laakso, Severstal Tsherepovets, KHL
Ville Lajunen, Färjestads BK, SWE
Sami Lepistö, HC Lev Praha, KHL
Ilari Melart, HIFK
Mikko Mäenpää, Lev Praha, KHL
Ossi Väänänen, Jokerit

F:
Juhamatti Aaltonen, Rögle BK, SWE
Marko Anttila, TPS
Juha-Pekka Haataja, Kärpät
Niklas Hagman, Lokomotiv Jaroslavl, KHL
Juha-Pekka Hytönen, Amur Habarovsk, KHL
Pekka Jormakka, Pelicans
Petri Kontiola, Traktor Tsheljabinsk, KHL
Miika Lahti, JYP
Oskar Osala, Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk, KHL
Janne Pesonen, Ak Bars Kazan, KHL
Antti Pihlström, Salavat Julajev Ufa, KHL
Jere Sallinen, HPK
Sakari Salminen, KalPa
Ville Viitaluoma, HPK
Petteri Wirtanen, Donbass Donetsk, KHL

Bolded will be on the WC-team


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Goalies:
Barulin
Koshechkin

Defense:
Nikulin
Korneev
Medvedev
Belov
Biryukov
Denisov
Ryasensky
Zaytsev

Offense:
Shipachyov
Svitov
Radulov
Perezhogin
Popov
Mozyakin
Tihonov
Kuznetsov
Kazionov
Petrov
Tereshhenko
Averin
Plotnikov
Soin
Kokarev


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Radulov out / Rylov in
Alexander Radulov won't be a part of the team at the upcoming Czech Hockey Games, because of illness. Additionally the defender Yakov Rylov was reapponted.


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Sweden's practice lines:
Dick Axelsson - Joel Lundqvist - Martin Thörnberg (Fredrik Pettersson on rotation)
Linus Omark - Calle Järnkrok - Jonas Andersson (Niklas Persson on rotation)
Nicklas Danielsson - Robert Rosén - Linus Klasen
Andreas Jämtin - Simon Hjalmarsson - Pär Arlbrandt

Staffan Kronwall - Tom Nilsson
Elias Fälth - Niclas Andersén
Jonas Ahnelöv - Johan Fransson
Tobias Viklund - Daniel Rahimi

Backlund expected to start.

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always wanted to know what the Swedish perspective on Nicklas Persson is? in my mind he is a solid 3rd liner (KHL wise).

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Backlund Who are the other goalies for sweden?

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always wanted to know what the Swedish perspective on Nicklas Persson is? in my mind he is a solid 3rd liner (KHL wise).
He's a good fourth-line option for the WC team. Brings a great team mentality and PK skills. He can also be a good fit on a line with two more offensive-minded players.

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Backlund Who are the other goalies for sweden?
Gustafsson. Eriksson joins the team for the weekend games. If I had to guess, none of them will even make the backup role.

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always wanted to know what the Swedish perspective on Nicklas Persson is? in my mind he is a solid 3rd liner (KHL wise).
Our coach is in love with him unfortunately.

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Our coach is in love with him unfortunately.
I agree, don't see much good in him, hope CSKA is not resigning him.

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Kuznetsov will replace Radulov
New first Line -> Mozyakin - Shipachyov - Kuznetsov

Barulin will be between the pipes today

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Kazionov, Kokarev & Rylov will sit out today

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Russia's Lines
Kuznetsov – Shipachyov - Mozyakin █ Medvedev - Biryukov
Popov – Perezhogin - Averin █ Nikulin - Ryasensky
Soin – Plotnikov - Svitov █ Korneyev - Zaytsev
Tikhonov – Tereshhenko - Petrov █ Belov - Denisov

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I hate the garbaged up ice, with all the red, yellow and purple paint. It looks like a frozen football jersey.

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Barulin looked dreadful in this clip. Yes, his D men got beat, but you have to make some kind of effort to make a save. He even got scored against by a guy on his back.

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I hate the garbaged up ice, with all the red, yellow and purple paint. It looks like a frozen football jersey.
Ye I can't stand it. Why did they leave some of it white/yellow? Might as well paint that into something as well.. man The rink I play in that was built in the 70s has better ice than that.

After watching the beautiful ice in Sochi I was really turned off by the sight. Also the cameras seem a lot older and blurrier, feels like I'm watching some beer league hockey.

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Koshechkin will start today against Finland.

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Great showing by Johan Gustafsson(Minnesota) in net. Also liked Toronto prospect Petter Granberg, calm and steady.

Oscar Lindberg(NYR) didnt do much. Hertl good for czechs.

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Ye I can't stand it. Why did they leave some of it white/yellow? Might as well paint that into something as well.. man The rink I play in that was built in the 70s has better ice than that.

After watching the beautiful ice in Sochi I was really turned off by the sight. Also the cameras seem a lot older and blurrier, feels like I'm watching some beer league hockey.
I totally agree. The paint distracts your eyes, and makes it more difficult to follow the puck. Feel free to paint up the boards, but please leave the ice surface alone.

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