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May 11 • Switzerland 4, Denmark 1

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05-10-2013, 03:39 PM
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May 11 • Switzerland 4, Denmark 1

2013 IIHF World Chamionship
Preliminary Round



May 11, 2013
12:15 CET • 13:15 EET • 6:15 AM ET


Ericsson Globe, Stockholm

Switzerland
Confirmed lineup.

Left Wing
Center
Right Wing
82 Simon Moser
28 Martin Plüss (A)
22 Nino Niederreiter
70 Denis Hollenstein
12 Luca Cunti
23 Simon Bodenmann
24 Reto Suri
51 Ryan Gardner
10 Andres Ambühl
48 Matthias Bieber
43 Morris Trachsler
95 Julian Walker

Left Defense
Right Defense
3 Julien Vauclair (A)
31 Mathias Seger (C)
54 Philippe Furrer
5 Severin Blindenbacher
72 Patrick Von Gunten
90 Roman Josi
91 Robin Grossmann
58 Eric Blum

Starter
Backup
20 Reto Berra
26 Martin Gerber

Denmark
Confirmed lineup.

Left Wing
Center
Right Wing
29 Morten Madsen (A)
13 Morten Green (C)
17 Nicklas Jensen
44 Nichlas Hardt
33 Julian Jakobsen
89 Mikkel Bødker
11 Patrick Bjorkstrand
40 Jesper Jensen
8 Frederik Storm
38 Morten H. Poulsen
21 Thor Dresler
19 Kim Staal
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14 Kirill Starkov

Left Defense
Right Defense
6 Stefan Lassen
3 Philip Larsen
25 Oliver Lauridsen
41 Jesper B. Jensen
22 Markus Lauridsen
4 Mads Bødker
15 Rasmus Nielsen
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Starter
Backup
1 Patrick Galbraith
31 Simon Nielsen

Scratched
Reason
G 32 Sebastian Dahm
Healthy
D 5 Daniel Nielsen (A)
Shoulder injury
F 60 Mads Christensen
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Berra gets the start for Switzerland.

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Well, that didn't take too long..

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Niederreiter is a wrecking ball out there. Love it.
And the Hollenstein line is dominant on the powerplay.

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The Hollenstein line is dominant at ES too, they are really impressive

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Swiss are dominating, now first PP for Denmark.

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Scoring (or lack of) is still the main issue for Denmark, but they need to stop making so many boneheaded plays... two goals against Norway was give-aways and today the first two shifts are pretty good and then Storm takes a penalty in the Swiss zone, they score and gets all momentum. Once they get some momentum back Jakobsen is stripped of the puck in his own zone (chip it out instead of risking it?) and Larsen takes a penalty.

Most teams are better (some by quite a margin) than Denmark so they can't give away chances like they have in this tournament...

But the Swiss are awesome! Would be great for the Danish programme if there was just a bit of the same financial strength and support in the Danish league...

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Oliver Lauridsen off to the dressing room.

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Why does Josi get so little PP time?

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Simpson just rolls the same lines, also on PP. So Josi is on the ice when Ambühl, Suri and Gardner are.

Gardner scores, another PP-goal. Great play by Von Gunten.

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We need offence!!

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If Blum is out with an injury it makes the decision for Diaz much easier.

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Oliver Lauridsen's back on the bench I think... Good. Don't need any more injuries.

And as a I write... NICKLAS JENSEN! Welcome to Stockholm!

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Nicklas Jensen scores for Denmark to cut the Swiss lead to 2-1. The second goal for Switzerland came on the PP once again. While that's nice I want to see our guys score more in 5 vs. 5 situations. We can not always rely on the PP, especially against teams like Denmark, 5 on 5 something should be possible.

But Denmark is playing good, that's by no means an easy game for Switzerland.

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I don't think that Lauridsen came back.

Great goal, great play by Ambühl and Josi.

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Suri is on fire this WC

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Beatifull move ... Josi, Suri ... goal.

yessss 3-1

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Oh suri you beautiful *******. 4th goal and 2 so goals, great scorer

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What a play by Josi. He is so awesome, once again the best player on the ice. So young and very very good.


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Denmark is playing a very good system with some very good players. Eventhough we had the goal, I'd say they are outplaying us in the third.

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They seem to be avoiding the contact with the Danes.

Hence their game is becoming a bit minimalist.

which translates into shot 1-8 Danemark.

Hopefully no surprise around the corner.

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Yeah, Switzerland doesn't take any risk now, very defensive.

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What a save!!

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Wow, big save by Galbraith.

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Wow, what a save. Beautiful play by the Swiss.

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