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Group D • 05/08/10 • Finland 1, Denmark 4

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05-08-2010, 12:14 AM
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Group D • 05/08/10 • Finland 1, Denmark 4

2010 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP | GROUP D
MAY 8 • 20:15 CET • 2:15 PM EDT
vs.

Live Summary

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Lanxess Arena, Cologne, Germany

Finland
Official lineup.

Left WingCenterRight Wing
36 Jussi Jokinen
52 Jori Lehterä
26 Jarkko Immonen
24 Sami Kapanen (C)
27 Petri Kontiola
50 Juhamatti Aaltonen
29 Lauri Korpikoski
22 Tommi Santala
40 Antti Pihlström
71 Leo Komarov
15 Juha-Pekka Hytönen
23 Riku Hahl
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Extra Forward:
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Left DefenseRight Defense
41 Pasi Puistola
3 Petteri Nummelin (A)
21 Janne Niskala
44 Sami Vatanen
5 Lasse Kukkonen (A)
7 Mikko Mäenpää
6 Topi Jaakola
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Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
35 Pekka Rinne
32 Petri Vehanen

ScratchedReason
G 31 Iiro Tarkki
Healthy
R 20 Antti Miettinen
Fever

Denmark
Official lineup.

Left WingCenterRight Wing
29 Morten Madsen
51 Frans Nielsen (A)
61 Lars Eller
60 Mads Christensen
93 Peter Regin
44 Nichlas Hardt
19 Kim Staal (A)
21 Thor Dresler
33 Julian Jakobsen
9 Kasper Degn
23 Kim Lykkeskov
12 Alexander Sundberg

Left DefenseRight Defense
6 Stefan Lassen
3 Philip Larsen
4 Mads Bødker
5 Daniel Nielsen
27 Mads B. Christensen
40 Jesper Duus
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7 Jesper Damgaard (C)

Starting GoalieBackup Goalie
30 Frederik Andersen
1 Patrick Galbraith

ScratchedReason
G 84 Peter Hirsch
Healthy
C 13 Morten Green
Knee injury

Officials
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Rick LookerReferee
Milan MinarReferee
Antonin SemionovLinesman
Christian KasparLinesman


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05-08-2010, 02:21 AM
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We Finns have a really weak team and I wouldn't be surprised if the games goes to overtime or we even lose.

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We Finns have a really weak team and I wouldn't be surprised if the games goes to overtime or we even lose.
I wouldn't call it weak but this team will get better after some games...though it will be close game. 3-1 or 3-2 to the Lions.

And people who don't know about Komarov...check him a little bit...he is the poor man's Esa Tikkanen or Jarkko Ruutu

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05-08-2010, 03:18 AM
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I think we have a good team this year - even though we don't have the brightest stars with us. This team already played together in LG Games.

6-1 Lions.

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05-08-2010, 03:37 AM
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Should be a fairly easy win for Finland, Denmark has some good forwards but thats about it.

7-2 to Finland

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Denmark 1,2
Finland 4,5

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What's the story behind Regin? He would be huge for this danish team.

Finland should have this one, 5-1.

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Regin will play on second line with Mads Christensen and Nichlas Hardt, the insurance stuff was fixed yesterday.

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Regin will play on second line with Mads Christensen and Nichlas Hardt, the insurance stuff was fixed yesterday.
Awesome.

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05-08-2010, 06:49 AM
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As written in the thread, Peter Regin will play tonight. Morten Green will NOT play tonight. But what is that with Hirsch being starting goalie?

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We Finns have a really weak team and I wouldn't be surprised if the games goes to overtime or we even lose.
I think you are really too pessimistic, Denmark shouldn't be a problem to win. The question is how they will play against the stronger teams, especially against the USA and Germany that benefits from the home advantage and they won against USA.

I my opinion the more difficult games for Finland will be against USA and Germany, there I would be more afraid that they lose.


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Finland has great team exept one thing is wrong, and he is standing behind the bench - Jukka Jalonen. I just hate him. Now, we have two potential guys out of this game (Lehterä, Osala) because there's some ****ing Santala and Hytönen playing...

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Players to watch from team finland:

Juha-Matti Aaltonen - Took huge leaps this year. He was best foward at Stockholms EHT tournament. This tournament will give sighs if he's at NHL-level.

Sami Vatanen - Most interesting player from team finland. I have a feeling that Vatanen will be one of the best players of team finland today.

Leo Komarov - The next Jarkko Ruutu perhaps? i expect energetic game off him and alot of agilating but i think he save it for USA and better teams.

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Miettinen has fever. Lehterä takes Immonen's place as the center forward the 1st and Immonen plays winger.

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Great news! Hopefully Miettinen stays out for the rest of the tournament.

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Would not surprise me to see Finland lose.

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Tough game to start with, but I'll cross my fingers.

Go Denmark

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with Peter Schmeichel on goal, Denmark might win

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Hoping Denmark can put up a better fight than what they did against Sweden earlier this week.

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3-1 Finland. The danish team will play tight hockey, but it is not easy to find times to hustle more offensively against a team on which no line is significantly weaker defensively and where so many players are so good on their skates.

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Love the sign "Lakana" xD

Because that is what it is!

Hopefully Aaltonen and Vatanen make good impressions; they can be huge parts of the finnish hockey future.

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Having problems with getting the stream to work (I'm on VLC). Any advice?

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Nielsen scores.
DEN actually deserved it.

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Nice goal!

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Santala's line
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