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Group C • 05/09/10 • Norway 2, Sweden 5

View Poll Results: Who scores more points in this game?
Tony Mårtensson 1 5.88%
Mats Zuccarello Aasen 11 64.71%
Tie 5 29.41%
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05-09-2010, 12:49 AM
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Group C • 05/09/10 • Norway 2, Sweden 5

2010 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP | GROUP C
MAY 9 • 20:15 CET • 2:15 PM ET
vs.

Live Summary

0-1. Weinhandl (MPS) 6:43, 1st
0-2. Karlsson (Wallin) 12:45, 1st - PPG
1-2. Thoresen (Fredriksen, Holøs) 0:20, 2nd - PPG
2-2. Solberg (Fredriksen, Thoresen) 4:57, 3rd
2-3. Weinhandl (MPS, Persson) 7:08, 3rd
2-4. MPS (Wallin) 14:31, 3rd
2-5. Weinhandl (Engqvist) 17:43, 3rd - PPG

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SAP Arena, Mannheim, Germany

Norway
Official lineup.

Left WingCenterRight Wing
41 Patrick Thoresen (A)
52 Anders Fredriksen
48 Mats Zuccarello Aasen
46 Mathis Olimb
20 Anders Bastiansen (A)
10 Lars Erik Spets
35 Martin L. Ylven
22 Martin Røymark
9 Marius Holtet
41 Ken André Olimb
26 Kristian Forsberg
14 Peter Lorentzen
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Extra Forward:
16 Knut Henrik Spets

Left DefenseRight Defense
47 Alexander Bonsaksen
6 Jonas Holøs
5 Juha Kaunismäki
7 Tommy Jakobsen (C)
39 Henrik Solberg
37 Lars Løkken Østli

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
33 Pål Grotnes
34 André Lysenstøen

ScratchedReason
G 30 Ruben Smith
Healthy

Sweden
Official lineup.

Left WingCenterRight Wing
21 Jimmie Ericsson
9 Tony Mårtensson
26 Marcus Nilson
23 Linus Omark
24 Johan Harju
22 Niklas Persson (A)
91 Magnus P.-Svensson
51 Rickard Wallin (A)
80 Mattias Weinhandl
71 Jonas Andersson
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20 Andreas Engqvist

Left DefenseRight Defense
77 Victor Hedman
6 Magnus Johansson (C)
11 Calle Gunnarsson
65 Erik Karlsson
3 Oliver Ekman-Larsson
5 Christian Bäckman

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
50 Jonas Gustavsson
25 Jacob Markström

ScratchedReason
G 35 Anders Lindbäck
Healthy

Officials
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Rafail KadyrovReferee
Daniel PiechaczekReferee
Dave BrownLinesman
Konstantin GordenkoLinesman


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no Paajarvi?
Nope. Didn't make the cut.

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no Paajarvi?
BÅGs logic(fallacy): Inexperienced forwards make mistakes. Young forwards are inexperienced. Therefore, i leave them out of my roster.

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Please stop using those ginormous pictures. Something in my browser is, well.. not working. So it's not resizing them like it should. Which means I have to do quite a bit of scrolling.

Poor OEL getting stuck with Christian Bäckman. I'm sure when Bäckman screws up, OEL will pay for it too. The lines are just... awful. Weakest collection of perimeter players since.. well.. eh.. any random EHT tournament in the autumn. Anyway, Heia Norge.

Down with BÅG.



Edit: nevermind, resizing works when I enable javascript.


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Norway might have a chance here if the Swedes really have only 9 forwards. Good luck Norway.

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Wrote it in the Sweden-thread, but I guess I can write it here too. Looks like MPS and Andersson will be signed up.

Maybe they have gotten indications that maximum two Detroit players will join, or well, actually using common sense. And lets face it, no way in hell anyone from Canucks is joining.

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I'm torn here, on the one hand I want OEL, MPS etc to win and on the other I want BÅG to lose.

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I'm torn here, on the one hand I want OEL, MPS etc to win and on the other I want BÅG to lose.
he's gone anyway. so who cares about his personal success? i want the kids on the team to have a good experience and will play some entertaining games. if sweden wins games because of MPS, OEL, hedman, gunnarsson, karlsson, markstrom and guys like them, there's no reason to feel sorry about it.

don't let BÅG destroy your joy of hockey.

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Agree. I'm rooting for the young guys more than the actual team If their success can bring us the wins, then it's all the better!

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MPS might make the cut. BÅG is holding out to registrate players until the last minute, probably because he is hoping some Detroit players will join (but they won't).

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is there a live stream for this game

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Swedish stream: http://www.tv6play.se/play/229141/#autostart

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he's gone anyway. so who cares about his personal success? i want the kids on the team to have a good experience and will play some entertaining games. if sweden wins games because of MPS, OEL, hedman, gunnarsson, karlsson, markstrom and guys like them, there's no reason to feel sorry about it.

don't let BÅG destroy your joy of hockey.
Fair enough, but if this team - against all odds - would succeed and win this tournament, BÅG would be hailed as some kind of hockey legend, even though it seems like he's done everything to hinder this success to begin with.

I will cheer for the young guys though and I hope they'll do well. OEL is my favourite player outside the NHL after all.

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So is MPS playing today afterall? I'll be cheering for all the young guys in Swedish team. Still, I must admit, that this is by far the worst Tre Kronor team in a very long time, at least since when I became a fan at 1994.

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This IS the worst Tre Kronor team since 2000, when our leaders where the Sedin twins, Kristian Gahn and Huselius - all of which weren't that great back then(and in Gahns case, never accomplished anything else). We lost in the quarterfinal against Finland in, what was probably, the worst WC-tournament EVER.
This team on paper doesn't look to fare better. Even still, like others said, lets hail our young players and be proud of our great rising junior program. Swedish hockey fans have a lot of things to look forward to, especially with Per Mårts, who is a trained personutvecklare(?). I am very excited to see how the mental training will effect our players.


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Our team in 2006 was pretty bad aswell, if I'm not mistaken. Only 5 NHL-players, all from Detroit though (i think).

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Due to rights limitations i can't watch it.
Is there a stream for north america

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Is there a stream for north america
Doesn't look like it.. I think you should be able to watch the game here: http://www.nrksport.no/ishockey/1.7116921

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Doesn't look like it.. I think you should be able to watch the game here: http://www.nrksport.no/ishockey/1.7116921

thanks, this one looks like it would work.

I think its all about the first norwegian line. if the very young (but very exciting!!) swedish D can stop them this one should be an easy one for Team Sweden

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Our team in 2006 was pretty bad aswell, if I'm not mistaken. Only 5 NHL-players, all from Detroit though (i think).
Actually it was a pretty decent team compared to others we have fielded after that :p

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This IS the worst Tre Kronor team since 2000, when our leaders where the Sedin twins, Kristian Gahn and Huselius - all of which weren't that great back then(and in Gahns case, never accomplished anything else). We lost in the quarterfinal against Finland in, what was probably, the worst WC-tournament EVER.
This team on paper doesn't look to fare better. Even still, like others said, lets hail our young players and be proud of our great rising junior program. Swedish hockey fans have a lot of things to look forward to, especially with Per Mårts, who is a trained personutvecklare(?). I am very excited to see how the mental training will effect our players.
While I think Mårts is a considerable upgrade compared to BÅG, I think we need more than mental training and so on. We need a coach with a fresh, modern look on hockey that doesn't regard North American hockey as "primitive" or "ugly" and that doesn't over value soft, perimeter players. Hopefully Mårts has those qualities. Also, we need to systemically improve everything around the national team. Actual scouting and a real GM perhaps... And we need to bring back "Vikingarna".

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thanks, this one looks like it would work.

I think its all about the first norwegian line. if the very young (but very exciting!!) swedish D can stop them this one should be an easy one for Team Sweden
It usually works for everyone, and if I remember correctly, the quality is pretty good.. You have to deal with the horrible Norwegian announcers, but I hope for your sake that you dont understand Norwegian

I honestly believe Norway has a chance here if Grotnes has a good day.. I might be way off though. We'll see..

Ruben Smith is scratched again.. I dont think they're ever going to realize that he's a much better goalie than Lysenstøen..

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