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04-19-2009, 11:42 AM
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2009 IIHF World Championship


Dallas Stars and Stars' Prospects Representing Their Country
  • Loui Eriksson - SWE
  • Nicklas Grossman - SWE
  • Philip Larsen - DEN
  • Joel Lundqvist - SWE
  • James Neal - CAN
  • Matt Niskanen - USA

Player Statistics
NameTeamGPGAPTSPIM+/-GWGPPGSHGSOGATOI
Loui ErikssonSWE212302000715:59
James NealCAN212324000311:47
Matt NiskanenUSA211200010115:38
Nicklas GrossmanSWE201121000120:01
Philip LarsenDEN200020000625:12
Joel LundqvistSWE10000000015:47

Preliminary Round
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After a single round-robin series in each group, the top three teams from each group advance to the Qualification Round while the fourth-placed team in each group moves to the Relegation Round.
Key Preliminary Games
Date/TimeLocationGame No.TeamsResults
24.04.2009 Fri 16:15Kloten Arena Zurich-Kloten2BLR - CAN2 - 6
25.04.2009 Sat 16:15Bern PostFinance Arena5USA - LAT4 - 2
25.04.2009 Sat 20:15Bern PostFinance Arena7SWE - AUT7 - 1
25.04.2009 Sat 20:15Kloten Arena Zurich-Kloten8CZE - DEN5 - 0
26.04.2009 Sun 20:15Kloten Arena Zurich-Kloten12CAN - HUN9 - 0
27.04.2009 Mon 16:15Bern PostFinance Arena13USA - AUT6 - 1
27.04.2009 Mon 20:15Bern PostFinance Arena15LAT - SWE3 - 2, OT
27.04.2009 Mon 20:15Kloten Arena Zurich-Kloten16FIN - DEN5 - 1
28.04.2009 Tue 20:15Kloten Arena Zurich-Kloten20CAN - SVK 
29.04.2009 Wed 16:15Kloten Arena Zurich-Kloten22DEN - NOR 
29.04.2009 Wed 20:15Bern PostFinance Arena23SWE - USA 
16:15 = 9:15 AM Central & 20:15 = 1:15 PM Central

Qualification & Relegation Round



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The Qualification Round consists of two groups with six teams each, playing a single round robin. The teams carry the points from the Preliminary Round with the teams that they played and advance with. Teams, which have played in the Preliminary Round, do not meet again in the Qualification Round.
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The four last-placed teams will continue to play in the Relegation Round. The two relegated teams will be determined by round-robin. The best two teams will return to the 2010 World Championship in Germany.
Quarterfinals
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The Quarterfinals will be played cross-over. The first-place team in each Qualification Round group plays the fourth-place team from the other group, while the second-place team plays the third-place team from the other Qualification Round group. The winning teams advance to the semi-finals.
Medal Games
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Losers in the Semi-final will play for the Bronze Medal, and winners in the Semi-final will play for the Gold Medal.
Overtime Procedure
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  • In case of a tie at the end of regulation in a quarterfinal, semi-final and bronze medal game, there will be a 10-minute, sudden-death overtime period, following a three-minute intermission. The teams will defend the same goals as in the third period. The team, which scores first is the winner.
  • In the gold medal game there will be a 20-minute sudden-death overtime, following a full intermission during which the ice will be resurfaced. The teams will change ends. The team which scores first is the winner.
  • All sudden death overtime periods are played four skaters on four.
  • If no goal is scored during the sudden-death overtime, there will be game winning shot (GWS) competition ’shootout’. Each team must select three shooters to compete in the GWS. If the score is still tied after the teams have had three attempts each, the teams continue to shoot in pairings until the shooter of one team misses and the shooter of the other team scores. See Game Winning Shots Procedure.
Game Winning Shots Procedure
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If no goal is scored in overtime then the Game Winning Shots procedure will apply. The following procedure will be utilised:
  • Three different shooters from each team will take alternate shots, until a decisive goal is scored.
  • If the game is still tied after three shots by each team, the GWS will continue with a tie-break shoot out by one player of each team, with a reversed shooting order. The same or new players can take the tie-break shots.

The same player can also be used for each shot by a team in the tie-break. Only the decisive goal will count in the result of the game.

Note: This GWS procedure applies for all games.
Three Point System
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Teams winning in regulation are awarded three points, the loser none.

Where there is a tied score in the Preliminary and Qualification Rounds, teams are given one point each. A five-minute overtime will follow and, if the score is still tied after overtime, Game Winning Shots will be used. The team winning in overtime or shoot-out is awarded the extra point for a total of two points.
Tie Breaking Formula
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  • If two teams are tied on equality of points in the standings after completion of the round-robin, the following tie breaking criteria applies:
    1. Head-to-head (mutual) games between the teams concerned.
    2. Overall goal differential.
    3. Higher number of goals scored for.
    4. Game Winning Shot competition between the teams concerned.
  • If three or more teams have the same number of points in the group after completion of the round-robin, then their ranking is determined by the higher number of points in a special standing composed just from the results of their head-to-head (mutual) games. If the number of points is equal between the teams in this special standing just from the results of their head-to-head (mutual) games, then the following tie breaking criteria applies (with no secondary return to the head-to-head results):
    1. Goal differential in the standing between the teams involved.
    2. Higher number of goals scored between the teams involved.
    3. Goal differential from all games played in the group.
    4. Higher number of goals scored from all games played in the group.
    5. Shootout between the teams which are still equal.
  • Note: If two teams are equal in the above tie-breaking criteria at the end of their last game in the group and their standing cannot be influenced by games to follow, this game will be prolonged for an overtime period, to decide the positions of the two teams.


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Niskanen defected?

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Niskanen defected?
lol I didn't even notice that, but to canada not finland

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I guess I missed that. I had it right in the Stats table at least .

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USA will play Switzerland today in an Exhibition game at 1:15 PM Central.

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I fully expect the US to fall flat on it's face, yay!

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I fully expect the US to fall flat on it's face, yay!
I really don't care who wins.

I just want Neal and Eriksson to score a ton of goals, and I want all of Dallas' young guys to get even more experience playing meaningful, high-stress games.

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I really don't care who wins.

I just want Neal and Eriksson to score a ton of goals, and I want all of Dallas' young guys to get even more experience playing meaningful, high-stress games.
I 100% agree. Hopefully this is a great learning experience for critical games. However it would be nice if USA won.

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I expect Neal to be a force for Canada, he should get to play with some high end talent.

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Canada leads Belarus 2-0 at the end of the 1st Period. Steven Stamkos scored both goals (ES and PP). Canada also outshot Belarus 18-4 in the 1st.

You can follow the game here: http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/200/live/2303.html

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Canada leads Belarus 2-0 at the end of the 1st Period. Steven Stamkos scored both goals (ES and PP). Canada also outshot Belarus 18-4 in the 1st.

You can follow the game here: http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/200/live/2303.html
1.05 0 - 1 EQ CAN 17. STAMKOS, Steve Game Winning Goal ?

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1.05 0 - 1 EQ CAN 17. STAMKOS, Steve Game Winning Goal ?
It's currently the game winning goal. If Belarus scores, his 2nd goal is the game winning goal.

That is all it means.

Still 2-0 after 2. James Neal is on the 4th line with Mike Fisher and Colby Armstrong. Neal did get on the scoresheet though with a boarding penalty.


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Jason Spezza scores and was assisted by James Neal and Dany Heatley. I wonder if they were in the middle of a line change or did Canada shift some players around.

Who cares? Before I could finish typing, James Neal gets another primary assist on a Mike Fisher goal. I guess it was the middle of a line change.

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Is there streaming video of the games?

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Is there streaming video of the games?
Yeah, but you have to download something, and I'm at work.

Go to the Belarus vs. Canada GDT in the World Championship forum for the link. It's actually kind of funny. One guy from Belarus is mad that Fisher intentionally hit one of the players from Belarus.


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Canada wins 6-1.

Rundown of the last 3 goals:
HEATLEY, Dany from ROY, Derek and SPEZZA, Jason --> 5-0
GRABOVSKI, Mikhail from SALEI, Ruslan --> 5-1
HEATLEY, Dany from SPEZZA, Jason --> 6-1

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Yeah, but you have to download something, and I'm at work.

Go to the Belarus vs. Canada GDT in the World Championship forum for the link. It's actually kind of funny. One guy from Belarus is mad that Fisher intentionally hit one of the players from Belarus.


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lol, also that hit that somebody posted in the GDT from a while back was crazy too.

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From Game vs. Belarus

NameTeamGAPTSPIM+/-GWGPPGSHGSOGTOI
James NealCAN02222000112:18

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Neal was looking good with the Senators. Playing with Heatley and Spezza and then setting up Fisher. Awesome!

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Preliminary Round Update



Key Games: Saturday, April 25th
Date/TimeLocationGame No.Teams
25.04.2009 Sat 16:15Bern PostFinance Arena5USA - LAT
25.04.2009 Sat 20:15Bern PostFinance Arena7SWE - AUT
25.04.2009 Sat 20:15Kloten Arena Zurich-Kloten8CZE - DEN

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Want to watch Canada vs. Belarus?

http://watch.tsn.ca/2009-iihf-world-...us/#clip165033

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Watch the US game LIVE!!!!: http://viastream.player.mtgnewmedia....5&PKCatID=2231

Not in English.

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Niskanen is wearing 5, and he's partnered with Keith Ballard.

I wouldn't mind him playing with another Florida defender next season ..... .

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