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11-01-2006, 02:24 PM
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Deutschland Cup

November 9th to November 12th, in Hannover:

schedule:

*exhibition match on November, 8th in Hannover:
GER-CAN*

09.11.2006
CAN-LAT

10.11.2006
JPN-GER
LAT-SVK

11.11.2006
SUI-JPN
SVK-CAN

11.11.2006
GER-SUI


12.11.2006
5th place game
3rd place game
Final

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German Roster
Torhüter:
Robert Müller (Mannheim)
Dmitrij Kotschnew (Iserlohn)
Alexander Jung (Hannover)

Verteidiger:
Stefan Schauer (Nürnberg)
Anton Bader (Nürnberg)
Martin Ancicka (Mannheim)
Felix Petermann (Mannheim)
Andreas Renz (Cologne)
Lasse Kopitz (Cologne)
Michael Bakos (Ingolstadt)
Frank Hördler (Berlin)
Alexander Sulzer (Düsseldorf)
Erich Goldmann (Iserlohn)

Forwards:
Sven Felski (Berlin)
Florian Busch (Berlin)
Christoph Gawlik (Berlin)
Sebastian Furchner (Cologne)
Tino Boos (Cologne)
Philipp Gogulla (Cologne)
John Tripp (Ingolstadt)
Yannick Seidenberg (Ingolstadt)
Eduard Lewandowski (Mannheim)
Christoph Ullmann (Mannheim)
Daniel Kreutzer (Düsseldorf)
Alex Barta (Hamburg)
Michael Hackert (Frankfurt)
Michael Wolf (Iserlohn)
Petr Fical (Nürnberg)

Coach: Uwe Krupp


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Roster for Team Canada:
Goaltenders
Adam Munro /L 6' 1 195 11/12/1982 Burlington, ON Canada
30 Nolan McDonald /L 6' 2 185 07/29/1977 Thunder Bay, ON Canada

Defence
3 Jason Holland R/ 6' 3 219 04/30/1976 Morinville, AB
5 Alan Letang L/ 6' 1 205 09/04/1975 Renfrew, ON
6 Jame Pollock R/ 6' 1 202 06/16/1979 Quebec City, QC Canada
7 Pascal Trepenier R/ 6' 187 09/04/1973 Quebec City, QC
8 Francois Bouchard R/ 6' 187 08/08/1973 Brossard, QC
22 Stephane Julien R/ 5' 11 195 04/07/1974 Shawinigan, QC
23 Cole Jarrett L/ 5' 11 191 01/04/1983 Sault Ste. Marie, ON

Forwards
10 Martin Kariya R/ 5' 9 175 10/05/1981 Vancouver, BC
11 Scott King R/ 5' 10 175 01/21/1977 Saskatoon, SK
12 Colin Forbes L/ 6' 3 220 02/16/1976 New Westminster, BC
14 Colin Beardsmore L/ 6' 3 200 02/07/1978 Peterborough, ON
17 Matt Higgins L/ 6' 187 10/29/1977 Calgary, AB
18 Brad Smyth R/ 6' 198 03/13/1973 Ottawa, ON
19 Steve Kelly L/ 6' 2 200 10/26/1976 Vancouver, BC
20 Bryan Adams L/ 6' 194 03/20/1977 Fort St. John, BC
21 Yves Sarault L/ 6' 1 190 12/23/1972 Valleyfield, QC Canada
24 Jason Jaspers L/ 5' 11 207 04/08/1981 Thunder Bay, ON
25 Francois Méthot R/ 6' 200 04/26/1978 Montréal, QC
26 Tyler Wright R/ 6' 190 04/06/1973 Canora, SK Canada
27 Steve Kariya L/ 5' 8 176 12/22/1977 North Vancouver, BC
28 Nathan Robinson L/ 5' 9 181 12/31/1981 Scarborough, ON

Coaches
Ron Kennedy, Head Coach
Bob Leslie, Assistant Coach
Jim Koleff, Assistant Coach

Haven´t found other rosters yet (not even looked, to be honest)...

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11-01-2006, 06:05 PM
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Thanks for posting this

I think the exhibition game on Nov., 8th is in Hamburg...

Where do the two Canadien goalies normally play? Switzerland?
The rest of the team looks more or less like a DEL-All-Star-Team...
Wonder what Cole Jarrett does there... There must be better defence men in the DEL than him...

I'm curious who will be captain in the German team, now that Ustorf is gone.

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If i´m not mistaken, then Nolan MacDonald has played for Landshut in the past. Isn´t he with 'Weisswasser/Lausitz' now ?

Munro is in Switzerland with Fribourg-Gotteron.

C.Jarrett is a DEL-player (for the Polar Bears)

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John Tripp is making his debut for Germany.

A pity that Sascha Goc is missing with an injury, he's very important for the team, especially on the powerplay.

As for who will be the captain, I'd say some out of this group will get the letters: Kreutzer, Renz, Boos, Barta, (Felski, Goldmann).
When everyone is healthy I would expect Goc to be the captain.

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Swiss roster:

Goaltender:
Marco Bührer (SC Bern), Jonas Hiller (HC Davos) -

Defenseman: Goran Bezina (Genève-Servette HC), , Félicien Du Bois (HC Ambri-Piotta), Patrick Fischer (SCRJ Lakers), Beat Forster (ZSC Lions), Beat Gerber (SC Bern), John Gobbi (Genève-Servette HC), Mathias Seger (ZSC Lions), Martin Steinegger (SC Bern) und Julien Vauclair (HC Lugano), David Jobin (SC Bern)

Forwards: Andres Ambühl (HC Davos), Patric Della Rossa (EHC Basel), Alain Demuth (HC Ambri-Piotta), , Paul DiPietro (EV Zug), Sandy Jeannin (HC Lugano), Romano Lemm (Kloten Flyers), Thierry Paterlini (ZSC Lions), , Marc Reichert (SC Bern), Kevin Romy (HC Lugano), Ivo Rüthemann (SC Bern), Adrian Wichser (ZSC Lions), Valentin Wirz (HC Lugano), Patrik Bärtschi (SC Bern), Thibaut Monnet (HC Fribourg-Gottéron) und Thomas Ziegler (SC Bern)

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@Hellström: I know that C. Jarett is a DEL-player. Saw him play 8 times this season. And compared to other DEL-defenders I think there are better ones...
Thanks for the info about Munro and McDonald.
Now I wonder why there isn't any DEL-goalie on the team, but one from Germany's second league

@Sanderson: I know that Alex Barta is one of three captains in Hamburg, but I think he's a bit too young to be captain of the national team. An "A" might be possible...

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Is there any TV coverage? DSF?

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Is there any TV coverage? DSF?

Sorry, what ?

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John Tripp is making his debut for Germany.

A pity that Sascha Goc is missing with an injury, he's very important for the team, especially on the powerplay.

As for who will be the captain, I'd say some out of this group will get the letters: Kreutzer, Renz, Boos, Barta, (Felski, Goldmann).
When everyone is healthy I would expect Goc to be the captain.
John Tripp playing for Germany is an absolute joke! He is the biggest goon that hockey has ever seen. He is big and doesn't seem to have alot upstairs so guys clear out of his path and he seems to put some numbers on the board. One of the dirtiest players you will ever see.

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There will be some more coverage here: http://www.internationalhockeygang.o...ead.php?t=4052

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"Premiere" covers it in Germany. I think Swiss television station "SF2" covers the Swiss games

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John Tripp playing for Germany is an absolute joke! He is the biggest goon that hockey has ever seen. He is big and doesn't seem to have alot upstairs so guys clear out of his path and he seems to put some numbers on the board. One of the dirtiest players you will ever see.
Yesterday he was the best German Player against Canada. The only one who tried to give his best.

Short Summary of the Ex.- Game:

1st Period:

2 quick German goals against a deep sleeping Canadian Team incl. Nolan McDonald (J. Tripp scored the 2nd)
Canada scored after 8 Minutes and tied it late in the first. German Goalkeeper doesn´t looked good on this goal, but the rest of the game he was pretty good.

2nd:
Canada got the lead after a PP Goal (30. Minute) and played very well. Germany changed the goalies after that( Alex Jung for Dimitry Kotschnew), but Canada was still dominating the game. M. Kariya scored the 4th goal.

3rd:
Same as 1st and 2nd...Germany with very poor hockey skills, Canada controlled the game, Jung with a couple of big saves).
Late into the game Hospelt cut the lead to one, Krupp pulled Jung and Yannik Seidenberg tied the game.

BTW. The worst thing yesterday was the announcer at the Color Line Arena...very "funny" English performance...


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I think it was the usual DEB-announcer, he definately wasn't one of the two Freezers-guys.

Kind of funny to have someone like this in such a role...

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Opening Day

Germany with a lucky 5-4 win over Japan. Two goals in the last 90 seconds from Daniel Kreutzer.
Canada beats Latvia 4-2. If Premiere listed the scorers correct than one of the goals was scored by goalie Adam Munro

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No, Munro did´nt score.
But the Canadians score 2 SH Goals.

CAN:LAT was a really good game, 2 very good goalies, lots of scoring chances on both sides.
Canada merided the win, because they were a little bit better than Latvia.
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JAP: GER

Very, very lucky German win.
The Japanese Team was better, but maybe a little bit tired at the end.
German defense was bad again, the powerplay not to mention...except the Kopitz goal that tied the game 3:3.
The best German Player was Goalie Alex Jung again.

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Short recap of day 2:

Slovaktia : Latvija 2:0

Boring game, two Ciernik Goals for SLO early in the 2nd and 3rd.
Lots of Penalties (most for Delay of Game, Puck over Glass).
Latvija was tired from the day before and SLO seemed a little bit confused.


Switzerland : Japan 4:1

The Japanese began very good, same as against Germany.
Japan got the 1:0 lead after a 5 on 3 PP in the first and was the better team again.
In the 2nd Switzerland showed their skills and turned the game into a 3:1 lead.
In the 3rd the Japanese ran out of gas and Switzerland resting for the next game against Germany.

Again lots of Penalties. The main difference was the Japanese Goalie, he struggled on the last 3 Goals, let the puck bounce directly to an opponend player.

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Cashy, thank you for your recaps, especially about Japan team.
In Japan, any media wouldn't report Deutschland Cup. Your recaps are very useful and I think your analysis of Japan team is very correct.
I'm looking foward to your recap of the game against Latvia.

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Cashy, thank you for your recaps, especially about Japan team.
In Japan, any media wouldn't report Deutschland Cup. Your recaps are very useful and I think your analysis of Japan team is very correct.
I'm looking foward to your recap of the game against Latvia.
You´re welcome.

The latest recaps coming tomorrow...the games are starting very early today and ending late.

A friend of mine was very lucky to take a picture with some Japanese players. He´s big Japan fan, studying in Tenri University in Kyoto...more later.

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Should be some interesting games today.

Germany lost in penalty shots yesterday and missed Kreutzer who was out for a better part of the game in the penalty box. Germany is struggling on the power play as they have players that have never played the power play and they are skating in circles. Tripp wasn't noticeable except when he missed his penalty shot. There was a funny article about him being proud to play for the German National Team and it being a dream of his family. Wonder where all this heritage pride has been up until the last two years. From what I have heard, he never claimed his German Nationality when playing over in America????????? There are a few players that I believe are questionable to be playing for Germany as a National Team.

Anyway, should be a good game this afternoon between Germany and Canada. Talk about questionable players, Canada has Alan Letang from Hamburg on their roster??? Hard to believe that they would pick him over a Brad Tiley presently playing in Iserlohn?

I have no idea what standards these teams use to select their rosters? I think Uwe Krupp will be testing quite a few players in the next two years to prepare a solid roster for the Olympics.

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Is there an official website for the Deutschland Cup? I'm looking for photos of the games.

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Is there an official website for the Deutschland Cup? I'm looking for photos of the games.
Yes, but there are no photos...but I´ll load up some pix this evening...can anybody recommend a freehoster?

Game Stats you can find here :
http://deb-online.de/neu/ateam/ticke.../dcup2006.html

Latvija : Japan 4:1

Mark Mahon put Kikuchi back in as starting goalie, and in the first 5 Minutes he kept Japan with some big saves in the game.
After that, Japan was the better team in the first and had some big chances ,too.
Latvija scored the first goal on a breakaway...no chance for Kikuchi.
Sato tied it after 12 Minutes with a fine goal.
Short before the end of the 1st, the German Ref send Osawa into the Penalty Box and Latvija made it 2:1 in PP.

Right after the begin of the 2nd the Ref send 3 Japanese Players to the Penalty Box (very questionable calls, and Mark Mahon had some words with the Ref )) , so it was no Problem for Latvia to make it 3:1.
The 4:1 was also in PP . This was the dicision of the game.

In the 3rd Japan, changed goalies...I think, to give Haruna some Practice, Japan tried its best to score some goals, but the Latvijans were too clever and let the time run out. Japan was too tired but never gave up!

Rest of the recaps come later.


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Germany : Canada 4:5

Best German game of the tournament, but not enough to beat Canada.
Good 1st period, 1:0 Germany (4 on 4), Canada tied it shortly after it on PP.
The 2:1 lead for Canada was also on PP.
John Tripp made it 2:2 as 2 Canadiens warming up the Penalty Bench .

In the 22nd minute Canada made another PP goal, but 4 minutes later Gogulla made the 3:3.
As the Germans got their 4:3 lead, everybody was hoping that Germany would make the win.
But Steve Kelly scored SH and Higgins needed the help of German Goalie Alex Jung to score the 5:4 gamewinner. His shot from behind the net was deflected by the goalieskates into his own net.


Swiss : Slovakia 3:4 OT

The two Teams with the best roster of the Tournament reached the final.
The 1st Period was quite boring. None of the Team would risk something. The two goals in the 8. and 10th minute were the Highlights of this period. Slovakia looked a little bit stronger but made no profit of it.

In the 2nd the Swiss Team got a lot more offensive but the Slovaks Goalkeeper Krizan was very hot in net and the forwards made the goals...2:1 and after the 3:1 no one in the Bowl would bet a penny on Switzerland. But then Krizan had his "Blackout of the Day", he tried to play the Puck out of the Face Off circle, but he made the Pass directly to a Swiss player who scored on the empty net.
This goal brought Switzerland back into the game.

The merided 3:3 was a PP Goal from Monnet in the 44th minute.
Now both teams tried to make the Gamewinner, but both failled.

So it had to come to OT.
Roman Kukumberg scored the 4:3 with a nice wristshot after 2 Minutes OT.

This was the end of my 5 Day Hockey Marathon.


Here is the Link to my D-Cup pics:

http://s145.photobucket.com/albums/r240/Cashy68/

Some are not 100% good...maybe it´s because of the Japanese Camera...;D


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I found some "Youtube" Clips from the D-Cup

http://www.etc-crimmitschau.com/Vide...chlandcup.html

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@Cashy: Thanks for posting your pics
And thank's for the video-link, too...

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The last pics are online now (Swiss : Slovakia)

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