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09-08-2005, 01:12 PM
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Belarus Open League

If anyone is interested, the Belarus Open League started today. The scores were :

Юность 6 : 3 Витебск
Химволокно 4 : 0 Химик-СКА
Гомель 4 : 3 Металургс
Сокол 4 :3 Рига-2000
Неман 1 : 3 Керамин
Брест 1 : 4 Динамо

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09-08-2005, 02:43 PM
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If anyone is interested, the Belarus Open League started today. The scores were :

Юность 6 : 3 Витебск
Химволокно 4 : 0 Химик-СКА
Гомель 4 : 3 Металургс
Сокол 4 :3 Рига-2000
Неман 1 : 3 Керамин
Брест 1 : 4 Динамо
Is that Sokol Kyiv? I don't remember if they play in that league

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09-09-2005, 07:04 AM
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It certainly is Sokol Kiev! They play here as well as two Latvian teams, Metallurgs and Riga-2000.

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09-09-2005, 03:21 PM
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So Рига-2000 is Riga-2000?

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09-09-2005, 07:49 PM
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Here is how it shoulda look like to begin with:

Yunost (BLR) 6:3 Vitebsk (BLR)
Khimvolokno (BLR?) 4:0 Khimik-SKA (BLR?)
Gomel (BLR) 4:3 Metallurgs (LAT)
Sokol (UKR) 4:3 Riga-2000 (LAT)
Neman (BLR) 1:3 Keramin (?)
Brest (BLR) 1:4 Dinamo (BLR)

Irate-Pirate, please correct me if I'm wrong You can add cities where the teams are from...

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09-10-2005, 05:34 AM
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Ok, sorry. I was being lazy and couldn't be bothered re-typing the scores in English!

BELARUS teams:

Yunost Minsk (champions)
Keramin Minsk
Dynamo Minsk (just won the Belarus Cup in August!)
Gomel
Khimvolokno (Mogilev)
Khimik-SKA (Novopolotsk)
Neman Grodno
Brest
Vitebsk

LATVIAN teams:

Riga 2000
Metallurgs Liepajas

UKRAINIAN team:

Sokol Kiev

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09-10-2005, 05:39 AM
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I would just like to point out that Dynamo Minsk's jersey is in the traditional style of having the big "D" on the front!!! Not like Dynamo Moscow's rubbish one with a sponsor!!!

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09-10-2005, 01:48 PM
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Not like Dynamo Moscow's rubbish one with a sponsor!!!
Personally, I like the new "sponsored-style" jerseys of Dynamo Moscow.

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09-10-2005, 02:29 PM
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Next round of games :

Yunost Minsk 3 : 3 Khimik-SKA
Khimvolokno 7 : 1 Vitebsk
Gomel 3 : 2 Riga-2000
Sokol Kiev 4 : 2 Metallurgs
Neman Grodno 1 : 5 Dynamo Minsk
Brest 1 : 3 Keramin Minsk

Table

1 Khimvolokno 2 6
2 Dynamo Minsk 2 6
3 Кеramin Minsk 2 6
4 Sokol Kiev 2 6
5 Gomel 2 6
6 Yunost Minsk 2 4
7 Khimik-SКА 2 1
8 Riga-2000 2 0
9 Метаllurgs 2 0
10 Bresт 2 0
11 Neman Grodno 2 0
12 Vitebsk 2 0

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Is the point system in that league 3 for a win and 2 for a tie?

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09-11-2005, 04:01 AM
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3 points for a win in 60 mins
2 points for a win in overtime
1 point for a draw

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09-13-2005, 12:59 PM
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Tuesday 13th Sept



Keramin 1 : 3 Khimvolokno
Dynamo 1 : 1 Yunost
Vitebsk 2 : 4 Gomel
Khimik-SKA 1 : 2 Sokol
Riga-2000 4 :0 Neman
Metallurgs 2 : 2 Brest

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09-14-2005, 02:24 AM
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And goalie for Riga waaas...

Arturs Irbe!

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09-14-2005, 08:49 AM
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There are a couple of other goalies people may recognise.... Igor Karpenko for Sokol, Oleg Shevtsov for Dynamo!

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Irbe signed with Riga?

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yeap

but he waits for proporsals from BIG clubs

he try to stay "in shape" & play then for Latvia in Olimpics and WC in Riga'06

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yeap

but he waits for proporsals from BIG clubs

he try to stay "in shape" & play then for Latvia in Olimpics and WC in Riga'06
I guess he wont play in North America and risk missing the World Championships at hom.

BTW, is Irbe the most popular player in Latvia?

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09-15-2005, 01:35 PM
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Thu 15th

In the Minsk derby between Keramin and Yunost, the lead changed between the teams all the way through before they had to settle for a 4-4 tie.
Sokol kept up their 100% record with a comfortable 3-0 win at lowly Vitebsk.
In a re-match of the recent Belarus Cup final, Dynamo once again was able to beat high-flying Khimvolokno (3-1). This was Khimvolokno's first loss of the season and keeps Dynamo's challenge going strong!
Gomel are the only other team that is 100%. They won a tight match against Khimik-SKA 1-0
The two Latvian teams had mixed fortunes. In something of a slight surprise, Neman picked up their first victory in a 1-0 win against Metallurgs. In Riga, the home team had a 2-0 lead but Brest came back to tie it up late on. Perhaps Brest thought this would be enough to earn them at least a point, but Riga stole full points with a last-gasp goal! 3-2 final score

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I guess he wont play in North America and risk missing the World Championships at hom.

BTW, is Irbe the most popular player in Latvia?
Id think so.

And its nice to see him want to end his career in front of his own fans and in his country.

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Id think so.

And its nice to see him want to end his career in front of his own fans and in his country.
Definitely, he is THE MOST POPULAR HOCKEY PLAYER in Latvia.
Sandis Ozolinsh is number 2,
Helmut Balderis (who played in 70-80s) is number 3.

No matter what, Irbe will serve a goalie in a home World Championship and finish his great career!

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09-25-2005, 02:43 PM
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Latest table :

1 Gomel............21
2 Dynamo.........19
3 Sokol.............18
4 Khimvolokno....16
5 Keramin..........13
6 Yunost...........13
7 Riga...............12
8 Brest..............9
9 Neman............9
10 Khimik-SKA....4
11 Metallurgs.....4
12 Vitebsk.........1

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Irate-Pirate, could you give some links with Open Belarus Championship? It's OK if it's in Russian... Thanks in advance.

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10-05-2005, 02:06 AM
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www.bihf.org is the official site. It is quite basic but gives you live scores when the games are playing. Games usually start at 18:30 local time


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10-05-2005, 02:09 AM
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For match reports check out www.pressball.by
It is only updated the same day as the newspaper is out (not every day)

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Thanks, Irate-Pirate!

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