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May 14 • Denmark 2, Sweden 4

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05-13-2013, 04:54 PM
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May 14 • Denmark 2, Sweden 4

2013 IIHF World Chamionship
Preliminary Round



May 13, 2013
16:15 CET • 17:15 EET • 10:15 AM ET


Ericsson Globe, Stockholm

Denmark
Confirmed lineup.

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

Sweden
Confirmed lineup.

Left Wing
Center
Right Wing
22 Daniel Sedin
33 Henrik Sedin
21 Loui Eriksson
92 Gabriel Landeskog
23 Niklas Persson
11 Simon Hjalmarsson
67 Martin Thörnberg
15 Oscar Lindberg
44 Nicklas Danielsson
20 Joel Lundqvist (A)
19 Calle Järnkrok
12 Fredrik Pettersson
91 Andreas Jämtin
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-

Left Defense
Right Defense
24 Alexander Edler
8 Petter Granberg
7 Henrik Tallinder
29 Erik Gustafsson
4 Staffan Kronwall (C)
10 Johan Fransson
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81 Elias Fälth

Starter
Backup
25 Jacob Markström
1 Jhonas Enroth

Scratched
Reason
G 37 Johan Gustafsson
Healthy
F 27 Jimmie Ericsson
Injury
F 28 Dick Axelsson
Injury

Officials  
Referee
Antonín Jeřábek
Referee
Derek Zalaski
Linesman
Chris Carlson
Linesman
Sakari Suominen

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Should be a fun game, no pressure on the Danish team, so they are free to play. And Sweden are stuck were they are, so they have room to experiment.

Sweden 4-2

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Sedin's will do couple goals and decide the game, else Denmark would win on the OT.

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Eurovision on one hour after game starts and gf will probbs go on sexstrike if we dont watch it. #¤%"

Will it be recorded anywhere maybe? tv4play dont record whole games?

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Eurovision on one hour after game starts and gf will probbs go on sexstrike if we dont watch it. #¤%"

Will it be recorded anywhere maybe? tv4play dont record whole games?
Ugh poor you.. Im glad my fiancé lets me watch Hockey.. I remember the first time I saw Eurovision 3 years ago, I laughed my ass off.. It's horrible..And sooo Cheesy..

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Ugh poor you.. Im glad my fiancé lets me watch Hockey.. I remember the first time I saw Eurovision 3 years ago, I laughed my ass off.. It's horrible..And sooo Cheesy..
Lol any tips? most women here see it as tradition and you couldnt skip it anymore then you could skip christmas.

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Lol any tips? most women here see it as tradition and you couldnt skip it anymore then you could skip christmas.
Haha well I don't think my fiancé likes it, so thats easy.. But when it comes to other things she want's to watch and I want to watch something at the same time.

A little massage usually helps.. It also helped when I let her watch that awful Greys anatomi thingy, last time there was a soccer game on I wanted to watch..

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Ugh poor you.. Im glad my fiancé lets me watch Hockey.. I remember the first time I saw Eurovision 3 years ago, I laughed my ass off.. It's horrible..And sooo Cheesy..
That is why I always watch it on Swedish television. It's amazing how serious the Swedes takes it. It's really hilarious
When it is actually taking place in Sweden, it cannot get bigger than that......

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Hope that the Danish team can give Bäckman a good ending to his 5 year reign. What about finally beating Sweden when they all are distracted by Eurovision tunes and scores! Maybe you will see the Swedish players SMS'ing while in the bench.
The Sedins will probably like the same song and send their vote at exactly the same time!

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10-0 Sweden. Sedin-effect.

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That is why I always watch it on Swedish television. It's amazing how serious the Swedes takes it. It's really hilarious
When it is actually taking place in Sweden, it cannot get bigger than that......


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Hope that the Danish team can give Bäckman a good ending to his 5 year reign. What about finally beating Sweden when they all are distracted by Eurovision tunes and scores! Maybe you will see the Swedish players SMS'ing while in the bench.
The Sedins will probably like the same song and send their vote at exactly the same time!
It's all laughs today...

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That is why I always watch it on Swedish television. It's amazing how serious the Swedes takes it. It's really hilarious
When it is actually taking place in Sweden, it cannot get bigger than that......
It could quite possibly be the single worst thing about this country.

Anyway, here's to a good hockey game tonight

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Stream anywhere?

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Galbraith and Markström are the starting netminders tonight.

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Is this game on tv?

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Is this game on tv?
Yes, there's a link to several streams in the first post.

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Why is Jarnkrok on the fourth line? Makes no sense having a playmaker on a checking line.

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Is this game on tv?
It is in Denmark and Sweden..

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Over / Under 5.5?

All of Denmark's games have been under 5.5 goals and except the Norway game same goes for Sweden.

But looking at the past WC's Sweden seems to play well against Norway and Denmark + the arrival of Sedins. People who have watched Sweden are they about to get it going offensively? Denmark should be able to pot couple of goals.

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Over / Under 5.5?

All of Denmark's games have been under 5.5 goals and except the Norway game same goes for Sweden.

But looking at the past WC's Sweden seems to play well against Norway and Denmark + the arrival of Sedins. People who have watched Sweden are they about to get it going offensively? Denmark should be able to pot couple of goals.
Hopefully not

But a Sweden team with 3 of my beloved Nucks is hard not to love..

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Why is Jarnkrok on the fourth line? Makes no sense having a playmaker on a checking line.
We don't want a checking line, that's why.

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Because Jarnkrok is terrible

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Hopefully not

But a Sweden team with 3 of my beloved Nucks is hard not to love..
Then I hope Nicklas Jensen outscore all three of them, so you still can be nuck-happy!

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Then I hope Nicklas Jensen outscore all three of them, so you still can be nuck-happy!
There is no doubt id rather Denmark get the best of this game

But if Denmark can win, and the Sedins and Edler still give a good showing, ill be in heaven

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Why is Jarnkrok on the fourth line? Makes no sense having a playmaker on a checking line.
His best efforts internationally have been defensively. He's been good at draws this tournament too.

Don't understand Markstrom starting this one if Enroth is the starter come playoffs. Why let him sit for five days, it takes him out of game rhythm..

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