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03-27-2009, 03:11 PM
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Who's coaching Etats Unis? (a more romantic name )
Possibly it`s Ron Wilson.

Brian Burke, GM of Hockey USA named Wilson the leading candidate for the 2010 Olympics in vancouver. At that point it would make sense letting him coach the 2009 IHWC team.

http://www.scoresreport.com/2008/11/...m-usa-in-2010/

I think it would be nice cause he played in switzerland `80/81 and `85/86. People following hockey here remember him as a great player.
35 games played, 66 pts.

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Russia's first training camp roster for two test matches:
(excluding NHLers as well as players from Lokomotiv, Ak Bars, and presumably Dynamo)

GK
#30 Alexander Eremenko (Salavat Yulaev)
#83 Vasily Koshechkin (Lada)
#84 Konstantin Barulin (CSKA)

DF
#4 Mikhail Pashnin (Mechel)
#6 Andrei Zubarev (Atlant)
#22 Konstantin Korneev (CSKA)
#27 Vitaly Atyushov (Metallurg Mg.)
#28 Denis Kulyash (CSKA)
#45 Vitaly Proshkin (Salavat Yulaev)
#57 Maxim Goncharov (CSKA)
#63 Maxim Kondratiev (CSKA)

FW
#10 Sergei Mozyakin (Atlant)
#12 Alexei Tereshenko (Salavat Yulaev)
#16 Denis Parshin (CSKA)
#19 Anton Kuryanov (Avangard)
#21 Konstantin Gorovikov (SKA)
#24 Petr Schastlivy (CSKA)
#33 Maxim Sushinsky (SKA)
#37 Alexander Perezhogin (Salavat Yulaev)
#39 Maxim Rybin (Spartak)
#40 Evgeni Ketov (Lada)
#47 Alexander Radulov (Salavat Yulaev)
#71 Igor Makarov (SKA)
#89 Evgeni Dadonov (Traktor)
#91 Oleg Saprykin (CSKA)


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Available NHL players who are willing to play:
Ilya Bryzgalov
Alexander Frolov
Ilya Kovalchuk
Anton Volchenkov


NHL players who are willing to play, if available:
Maxim Afinogenov
Anton Babchuk
Sergei Fedorov
Denis Grebeshkov
Viktor Kozlov
Nikolai Kulemin
Evgeni Malkin
Andrei Markov
Alexander Ovechkin
Sergei Samsonov
Alexander Semin
Fedor Tyutin
Nikolai Zherdev

*player name links to source*


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Germany has announced their roster for the test games in Latvia.
Players of the DEL semifinalists (Mannheim, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hannover) and North American based players are not included. Richard Mueller and John Tripp (both Hamburg) and Manuel Klinge (Kassel) will be out injured for the tournament. Florian Busch (Berlin) and Sascha Goc (Hannover), two of the best german hockey players, won't play at the Worlds either because of the NADA control system.
So this is basically a B-team:


goalies:
KOTSCHNEW, Dimitrij (Spartak Moscow)
ENDRAS, Dennis (Augsburg)

defenders:
SCHMIDT, Christopher (Iserlohn)
OSTERLOH, Sebastian (Frankfurt)
DRAXINGER, Tobias (Ingolstadt)
BAKOS, Michael (Ingolstadt)
ANCICKA, Martin (Nürnberg)
RENZ, Andreas (Köln)
TÖLZER, Steffen (Augsburg)
MÜLLER, Moritz (Köln)

forwards:
MULOCK, Travis (Bad Tölz)
WOLF, Michael (Iserlohn)
HOSPELT, Kai (Wolfsburg)
MÜLLER, Marcel (Köln)
BARTA, Alexander (Hamburg)
SEIDENBERG, Yannic (Ingolstadt)
AAB, Vitalij (Hamburg)
GREILINGER, Thomas (Ingolstadt)
ULLMANN, Christoph (Köln)
HAGER, Patrick (Krefeld)
FICAL, Petr (Nürnberg)
GOGULLA, Philip (Köln)

reserve:
STEFANISZIN, Sebastian (Iserlohn)
SCHOPPER, Benedikt (Krefeld)
WAGINGER, Michael (Ingolstadt)
POLACZEK, Aleksander (Nürnberg)

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Florian Busch (Berlin) and Sascha Goc (Hannover), two of the best german hockey players, won't play at the Worlds either because of the NADA control system.
What?

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Busch isn't playing because of his doping-test affair, which led to a huge fight between the German hockey federation and both NADA and WADA. He wasn't suspended, but they decided that it wouldn't be wise to use him right now.

Sascha Goc retired from international duty because he didn't like the way the players who represent the country are treated by the NADA.

A pity, because Goc is by far the best defenseman outside of our NHL-players. Not to mention his incredible offense, having scored over 70 goals in the last four seasons.
I'm not sure if he still has any interest, but NHL-teams should try to sign him. He's become a much better player than he was back in his days with New Jersey and Tampa Bay.


The current German team looks really bad. Goaltending is solid, the defense lacks pretty much everything and the number of quality forwards who can do more than just play solid defensive hockey is about three.

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Germany has announced their roster for the test games in Latvia.
Players of the DEL semifinalists (Mannheim, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hannover) and North American based players are not included. Richard Mueller and John Tripp (both Hamburg) and Manuel Klinge (Kassel) will be out injured for the tournament. Florian Busch (Berlin) and Sascha Goc (Hannover), two of the best german hockey players, won't play at the Worlds either because of the NADA control system.
So this is basically a B-team:


goalies:
KOTSCHNEW, Dimitrij (Spartak Moscow)
ENDRAS, Dennis (Augsburg)

defenders:
SCHMIDT, Christopher (Iserlohn)
OSTERLOH, Sebastian (Frankfurt)
DRAXINGER, Tobias (Ingolstadt)
BAKOS, Michael (Ingolstadt)
ANCICKA, Martin (Nürnberg)
RENZ, Andreas (Köln)
TÖLZER, Steffen (Augsburg)
MÜLLER, Moritz (Köln)

forwards:
MULOCK, Travis (Bad Tölz)
WOLF, Michael (Iserlohn)
HOSPELT, Kai (Wolfsburg)
MÜLLER, Marcel (Köln)
BARTA, Alexander (Hamburg)
SEIDENBERG, Yannic (Ingolstadt)
AAB, Vitalij (Hamburg)
GREILINGER, Thomas (Ingolstadt)
ULLMANN, Christoph (Köln)
HAGER, Patrick (Krefeld)
FICAL, Petr (Nürnberg)
GOGULLA, Philip (Köln)

reserve:
STEFANISZIN, Sebastian (Iserlohn)
SCHOPPER, Benedikt (Krefeld)
WAGINGER, Michael (Ingolstadt)
POLACZEK, Aleksander (Nürnberg)
What about Christoph Schubert?

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03-31-2009, 05:26 AM
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What?
The german national anti doping agency has implemented a system called ADAMS („Anti-Doping Administration & Management System“).

According to this online-program certain athletes (eg hockey national team players) have to report to the NADA their location (any location) always 3-days in advance. If the information is incorrect OR the system is not working properly - which happened before - the athlete is likely to be considered "positive" and receives a ban according to the national regulations.

Sascha Goc has ended his national team career because of ADAMS. He argued that he's not a doper but he's afraid to be banned because of a system malfunction and thus lose money. He's a defender for the Hannover Scorpions and has scored 49 points in 55 games this season so far.

The Busch-case has less to do with ADAMS.
Florian Busch has failed a doping test a years ago because he refused to be tested right after a game. After he realized that it would mean to be tested positive he got tested an hour later (negative result) but the WADA insisted that he would be banned. The DEL didn't ban him and neither did the DEB but the DEB is not inviting him for the national team anymore. He stated that he'd play for Germany again if invited.
The Busch-case is higly explosive because it's gotten to a political level. The ministry of the interior has cancelled all hockey related subsidies (which mostly hurts the youth and amateur level) because the punishment that Busch received by the DEB was not sufficient according to the WADA.
Busch has scored 40 points in 44 games for Eisbären Berlin so far this season.


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Lars Eller(Den) is probably out due to injury.


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The Busch-case has less to do with ADAMS.
Florian Busch has failed a doping test a years ago because he refused to be tested right after a game.

The Busch-case is higly explosive because it's gotten to a political level. The ministry of the interior has cancelled all hockey related subsidies (which mostly hurts the youth and amateur level) because the punishment that Busch received by the DEB was not sufficient according to the WADA.
Actually, it wasn't after a game, it was at home. He was about to leave to a dinner with his gf.

The government really screwed up on that one. Hockey got punished, but many other sports, including those with a lot of proven doping-cases, never got such a punishment even when they went against the code. Not to mention football, which can make up its own doping-rules and doesn't have to care about anything.

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Slovakia

Probable locks
Pos.PlayerTeam
LMarcel HossaDinamo Riga (KHL)
CJozef StümpelBarys Astana (KHL)
RBranko RadivojevićSpartak (KHL)
RŠtefan RužičkaSpartak (KHL)
D Jaroslav Obsut, Luleå (SWE)
D Ivan Baranka, Spartak Moscow (KHL)
L/R Lubos Bartecko, Luleå (SWE)
R Ladislav Nagy, Cherepovets (KHL)

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Notables not playing
Pos.PlayerTeamReason
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G Peter Budaj, Colorado Avalanche
D Lubomir Visnovsky, Edmonton Oilers
D Andrej Meszaros, Tampa Bay Lightning
D Richard Lintner, Dinamo Minsk (KHL)
D Peter Podhradsky, Nizhny Novgorod (KHL)
D Radoslav Suchy, Zurich Lions (NLA)
L/R Peter Sejna, Zurich Lions (NLA)
C Martin Cibak, Södertälje (SWE)
R Juraj Kolnik, Servette Geneve (NLA)

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Canada:

Spezza says he will play if asked.
The Leafs hope Schenn is asked to play in the WHC.

Sweden:
Alfredsson is unsure due to family reasons.
The Leafs hope Frogren and Stralman play in the AHL playoffs instead of the WHC.

Czech Republic:
Also before the Leafs game on TSN, Kaberle stated that he will wait and see how his hand is before deciding whether to play. However, Ron Wilson stated that he hoped Kaberle would pass on the WHC in order to rest his hand.

Russia:
Wilson hopes that Kulemin will play in the AHL playoffs.

Belarus:
Wilson hopes that Grabovski will play in the WHC.

http://www.ottawacitizen.com/Sports/...349/story.html

http://network.nationalpost.com/np/b...the-bench.aspx

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Toby Enström, Joel Lundqvist, Nick Grossman and Loui Eriksson are all going to play for Sweden (source), pending team medicals.

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Mikhail Pashnin was sent home, while Sergei Zinoviev (Dinamo M.) and Oleg Tverdovsky (Salavat Yulaev) joined team Russia.


The lineup for the first game against Austria was:

Rybin-Tereshenko-Perezhogin; Atyushov-Proshkin
Saprykin-Gorovikov-Radulov; Zubarev-Kulyash
Mozyakin-Kuryanov-Sushinsky; Goncharov-Kondratiev
Ketov-Schastlivy-Parshin; Korneev-Tverdovsky

Extras: Dadonov, Zinoviev, Makarov.



The lineup for the second friendly game against Austria was:

Platonov-Zinoviev-Makarov; Zubarev-Atyushov
Rybin-Tereshenko-Perezhogin; Proshkin-Kulyash
Mozyakin-Kuryanov-Sushinsky; Korneev-Tverdovsky
Saprykin-Gorovikov-Radulov; Goncharov-Kondratiev

Extras: Ketov, Schastlivy, Parshin


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Switzerland
Probable locks
Pos.PlayerTeam
DGoran BezinaServette (NLA)
DSeverin BlindenbacherZSC Lions (NLA)/Färjestad (SEL)
DBeat ForsterDavos (NLA)
LSandy JeanninGottéron (NLA)
LThierry PaterliniLugano/Rapperswil (NLA)
CMartin PlüssBern (NLA)
RAndres AmbühlDavos (NLA)
RRyan GardnerZSC Lions (NLA)
RJulien SprungerGottéron (NLA)
RRoman WickKloten (NLA)

Notables not playing
Pos.PlayerTeamReason
DJulien VauclairLugano (NLA)Quit national team
LMarcel JenniKloten (NLA)Not invited
CDuri CamichelZug (NLA)Cut from team
CReto von ArxDavos (NLA)Not invited
CPaul DiPietroZug (NLA)Injured
CAdrian WichserZSC Lions (NLA)Injured
RHnat DomenichelliLugano (NLA)Injured
RMichel RiesenDavos/Rapperswil (NLA)Not invited

Potential NHL additions
Pos.PlayerTeam
GMartin GerberToronto Maple Leafs
DMark StreitNew York Islanders

[...]
Paul Savary (F) got injured during trainings camp and won't be able to play at the world championships.

Source (German): http://slapshot.ch/slapshot-news.asp...id=8021&navi=1

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What about Christoph Schubert?
he said, not including north american based players

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Now that Edmonton is officially out.

I suspect that Hemsky is hiding another wrist injury, but would be a lock for the Czech team otherwise.

Horcoff has excelled at this tournament in the past and on big ice in the SEL. But I think he is nursing a back injury.

If they play the last two games of the year, I'd suspect Hemsky is in and Horcoff is a strong candidate for Canada's bottom six.

Grebeshkov will no doubt want to play for Russia and Gilbert should make the US blueline.
Gagner played for Canada last year, but may not have MacTavish as coach to get him in there this time around.
Depending on who else shows up, one of Souray or Staios could be a valuable veteran for the Canadian blue line.
Would O'Sullivan play for the US?
Nilsson will almost certainly play for Sweden (as will prospect Omark).

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Now that Edmonton is officially out.

I suspect that Hemsky is hiding another wrist injury, but would be a lock for the Czech team otherwise.

Horcoff has excelled at this tournament in the past and on big ice in the SEL. But I think he is nursing a back injury.

If they play the last two games of the year, I'd suspect Hemsky is in and Horcoff is a strong candidate for Canada's bottom six.

Grebeshkov will no doubt want to play for Russia and Gilbert should make the US blueline.
Gagner played for Canada last year, but may not have MacTavish as coach to get him in there this time around.
Depending on who else shows up, one of Souray or Staios could be a valuable veteran for the Canadian blue line.
Would O'Sullivan play for the US?
Nilsson will almost certainly play for Sweden (as will prospect Omark).
I expect both O'Sullivan and Gilbert to make the U.S. team.

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I doubt it. He shouldn't be selected IMO.

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Assuming Columbus, St. Louis, Anaheim, NYR and Montreal make it, hoping for this Team Canada:

Heatley-Lecavalier-St.Louis
Smyth-Spezza-Doan
Sullivan-Arnott-Dumont
Neal-Fisher-Horton

Weber-Bouwmeester
Souray-Suter
Hamhuis-Phillips

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Lecavalier and Smyth are injured. Suter is American.

As for goaltending, Turco is banged up and Roloson must be tired. Perhaps Josh Harding will be on the team. He was on the 2004 world junior team (Silver).


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Doughty, Luke Shenn, and Stamkos going for Canada!

Love the youth movement.

Apparently no Doan, and Smyth injuried... so leadership will fall to a guy like Heatly who is going.

expecting Lombardi to be there... not confirmed.

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Assuming Columbus, St. Louis, Anaheim, NYR and Montreal make it, hoping for this Team Canada:

Heatley-Lecavalier-St.Louis
Smyth-Spezza-Doan
Sullivan-Arnott-Dumont
Neal-Fisher-Horton

Weber-Bouwmeester
Souray-Suter
Hamhuis-Phillips
Lecavalier and Smyth are injured, and apparently Doan is not going this yr.

And with Bouwmeester going into Free agency, i don't expect him to risk his next BIG money contract this yr.
And Suter is american is he not.


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I'm debating whether or not I want Kulemin or Afinogenov on the NT.

We have plenty other options at Winger.

What about Yashin at Center?

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apparently Doan is not going this yr.
TSN thinks otherwise.

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TSN thinks otherwise.
Lombardi was interviewed on local radio here in Van.. and they suggested he may not be going...

would be great if he goes...

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