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LG Games Day 4: RUS-CZE | SWE-FIN

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05-02-2010, 03:36 AM
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LG Games Day 4: RUS-CZE | SWE-FIN

Any stream for the Finland-Sweden game?

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Any stream for the Finland-Sweden game?
It's not on Swedish tv?

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It's not on Swedish tv?
Yes it is, but my TV is not equipped with a digital reciever so I can't watch any channel at all.

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I think the game will be streamed on svt.se. If you're outside sweden then you might need a proxy to watch that though.

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Final score of todays first match.

RUS:CZE - 2:4

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RUS:CZE - 2:4
If I'm not mistaken, this means Finland just won this year's Euro Hockey Tour title.

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If I'm not mistaken, this means Finland just won this year's Euro Hockey Tour title.
If Swedes beat you 10:0 or something like that, you could be 2nd

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Final score of todays first match.

RUS:CZE - 2:4
Good game. Russia needs to improve their defence. Don't get me started on those czech powerplays

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If Swedes beat you 10:0 or something like that, you could be 2nd
I don't think the result matters. Finland has five points from LG games so far, Czechs have five, Russia has four and Sweden has zero. But Finland beat the Czechs so even if there's a tie in points, they'll be declared winner, if I'm correct.

With a regulation loss to Sweden, Finns will also have the total tournament tied in points with Russia, but they've won two tournaments (LG and Channel One Cup) whereas Russia's only won one (Karjala Tournament), handing them the full tourney title.

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I don't think the result matters. Finland has five points from LG games so far, Czechs have five, Russia has four and Sweden has zero. But Finland beat the Czechs so even if there's a tie in points, they'll be declared winner, if I'm correct.

With a regulation loss to Sweden, Finns will also have the total tournament tied in points with Russia, but they've won two tournaments (LG and Channel One Cup) whereas Russia's only won one (Karjala Tournament), handing them the full tourney title.
Ok, my mistake, gratz

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Good game. Russia needs to improve their defence. Don't get me started on those czech powerplays
You're right. Our game definitely was not perfect. I have a good feeling about this match though.

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I think the game will be streamed on svt.se. If you're outside sweden then you might need a proxy to watch that though.
nope, no proxy needed. svt.se streams are always without geo restrictions (besides the olympics).

http://svtplay.se/v/1975689/ishockey/tre_kronor_live

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Sweden leads 1-0 after 6 minutes. A softy let by Tarkki.

...about 30 seconds and 2-0. 10-0 here we come!

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Sweden up 2-0. First Tarkki lets in a softish goal from Fransson and then Swedes score from a 2-1 (Marcus Nilsson).

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Good god this defense is in shambles.

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2-1 by Nummelin jej!

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At least both teams want to play in this game, as opposed to our snoozefests vs Czech and Russia.

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Nummelin 2-1 on the PP. Nice set up from Jori Lehterä.

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At least both teams want to play in this game, as opposed to our snoozefests vs Czech and Russia.
Agreed. Two soft and quite easily confused defenses will help too.

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Miettinen Our "top goal scorer"...

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Off topic question to Swedes, how come SVT are allowed to have sponsors in their sports broadcasts?

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Off topic question to Swedes, how come SVT are allowed to have sponsors in their sports broadcasts?
They are allowed for certain events and sport broadcasts, but it has to be before and after the program and completely impartial, no slogans etc. They used like 4 sponsors for the whole Olympics that paid around €400k each, money that was used to send more reporters and make a better production. I guess that's the purpose of it.

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They are allowed for certain events and sport broadcasts, but it has to be before and after the program and completely impartial, no slogans etc. They used like 4 sponsors for the whole Olympics that paid around €400k each, money that was used to send more reporters and make a better production. I guess that's the purpose of it.
Commercial free and politically independant.

Riiight. Apart from the hockey I avoid this channel like plague. DDR propaganda mixed with Peter Settman entertainment for the proles.

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And a soft goal let by Gustavsson. 2-2 by Aaltonen.

...and Sweden scores 3-2 on the penalty kill.

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Man, Johansson can't even win physical battles against forwards like Sushinsky and Aaltonen. This defense will get slaughtered in Germany.

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Man, Johansson can't even win physical battles against forwards like Sushinsky and Aaltonen. This defense will get slaughtered in Germany.
We saw it last year already. He just doesn't cut it anymore.

Whats with the wedding music?

Haha.. shortie by Persson!

Soft goal.

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