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01-27-2011, 11:34 AM
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2011 World University Games - Erzurum, Turkey

First day of Ice Hockey games are complete and here are the scores:
Men Final Scores - Jan.27/2011
Czech Republic - 16 vs. Turkey - 0
Russia - 3 vs. Japan - 2
Canada - 9 vs. Slovenia - 0

Russia is the defending Gold Medal champion after beating Canada in 2007 at the Harbin University games 3-1.

Team Canada's Men Roster can be found here
Canada has 3 NHL draft picks on its roster and one player (Jordan Smith) who played for the Portland Pirates.

Women Final Scores - Jan.27/2011
Slovakia - 5 vs. USA - 1
United Kingdom - 10 vs. Turkey - 0
Canada - 2 vs. Finland - 1 Final S/O


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The Russia-Japan score is a surprise - the Russians should have walked all over them.

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First day of Ice Hockey games are complete and here are the scores:
Men Final Scores - Jan.27/2011

Canada - 9 vs. Slovakia - 0

Russia is the defending Gold Medal champion after beating Canada in 2007 at the Harbin University games 3-1.

Team Canada's Men Roster can be found here
Canada has 3 NHL draft picks on its roster and one player (Jordan Smith) who played for the Portland Pirates.

Women Final Scores - Jan.27/2011
Canada - 2 vs. Finland - 1 Final S/O
Better check your facts, Canada beat Russia 3 to 1 in that game and took gold, it was the AUS All Stars representing the CIS that year and it was a hell of a tournament. Not to mention that you totally skipped the 2009 Winter University Games in Harbin, China where Russia beat Canada 4-2. Canada West sent the team that year.

Here's the roster of the 2007 AUS team... heck of a group of players.

Jon Ceci Acadia
Paul Drew UPEI

Aaron Molnar STU
Anthony Butera STU
Dustin Friesen UNB
Scott Hotham SMU
Louis Mandeville U de M
Brandon Roach Acadia
Sam Roberts StFX
Ian Turner STU

Brandon Benedict Acadia
Darryl Boyce UNB
Pierre-André Bureau U de M
Karl Fournier U de M
Rob Hennigar UNB
Pierre-Luc Laprise U de M
Stuart MacRae StFX
Kyle McAllister STU
Marc Rancourt SMU
Dan Rudisuela SMU
Colin Sinclair UNB
Tom Zanoski DAL

w/ Steiny, Burns and Gardiner coaching, not bad at all...

Oh, and Marieve Provost of U de M scored the tying goal with less than 1:30 left in the game to send the CAN-FIN game to overtime and ultimately to a shootout win. She was also there for the gold medal win in Harbin '09.

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Does anyone have the link to the game sheet? All I can find is the first period.

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Better check your facts, Canada beat Russia 3 to 1 in that game and took gold, it was the AUS All Stars representing the CIS that year and it was a hell of a tournament. Not to mention that you totally skipped the 2009 Winter University Games in Harbin, China where Russia beat Canada 4-2. Canada West sent the team that year.
My bad, meant to say 2009 Harbin where Russia defeated Canada. BUT Russia is still the defending champions this year and to play that close to Japan, quite a shocker.

However Russia outshot Japan 56-17. Japan's goalie, Yuta Narisawa, had himself a busy night.


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Games Today, January 28,2011

Women
Turkey vs USA (USA will embarrass Turkey)
Finland vs Great Britain
Canada vs Slovakia

Men
Korea vs Belarus
Spain vs Slovakia
Kazakhstan vs USA

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Women, Canada vs Finland Shots?

Has anyone else seen the scoresheet for this game? Shots were 19-8 in favour of Canada. Shots were 3-1 for Canada in the 3rd period. Did they just play in the neutral zone most of the game?
http://www.universiadeerzurum.org/pdfts/IHW400A03/C74

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Live Coverage of Universiade

Here are the Turkish Channels that are providing live coverage of the games, TRT3, and TRTHD

Turkish men's ice hockey games are streamed live, while the women's games are on tape delay. As far as I can tell those are the only hockey games provided with coverage until medal games.


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Two games completed so far:
Women:
USA - 15 vs Turkey - 0
SOG: 34:2
Justine Ducie from the University of Rhode Island lead USA with points; 1 goal and 6 assists.

Men:
Belarus - 8 vs. Korea - 1
SOG: 61:17
Pavel Razvadovsky lead Belarus with 1 goal and 2 assists. Pavel has appeared in 14 KHL games in his career so far.

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Here's the full summary for the men's game. That other site still doesn't seem to be updated, but I saw it on the OUA site yesterday
http://oua.ca/about/news/index.html?article_id=10695

SCORING SUMMARY

Canada 9, Slovenia 0

FIRST PERIOD

SCORING:

1. CAN Keaton Turkiewicz (1) (Matthieu Methot), 8:53
2. CAN Matt Caria (1) (unassisted), 14:38 PP
3. CAN Chris Ray (1) (Yashar Farmanara), 15:32

PENALTIES:

Evan Vossen (CAN) high sticking, 0:12;
Damir Ejup (SLO) roughing, 2:05;
Tim Priamo (CAN) delay of game, 9:45;
Anze Ahacic (SLO) holding, 14:38;
Jure Miljus (SLO) tripping, 16:08.

SECOND PERIOD

SCORING:

4. CAN Jean-Michel Rizk (1) (Brandon Maclean, Kevin Baker), 1:07
5. CAN Brandon MacLean (1) (Kevin Baker, Jean-Michel Rizk), 5:45

PENALTIES:

Team (CAN) too many men, 1:41;
Ziga Kuzman (SLO) slashing, 6:27;
Maxime Langelier-Parent (CAN) interference, 11:27;
Klemen Sodrznik (SLO) interference, 12:50;
Maxime Langelier-Parent (CAN) slashing, 19:52;
Jakob Zupnac (SLO) checking to the head, 19:52;
Jakob Zupnac (SLO) 10-minute misconduct, 19:52.

THIRD PERIOD

SCORING:

6. CAN Brandon MacLean (2) (unassisted), 1:04
7. CAN Kyle Sonnenburg (1) (unassisted), 2:35 PP
8. CAN Matt Caria (2) (unassisted), 13:05
9. CAN Brandon MacLean (3) (Kevin Baker), 15:17

PENALTIES:

Nik Ulaga (SLO) hooking,1:26;
Ken Ograjensek (SLO) game misconduct, 13:05;
Ziga Kuzman (SLO) slashing, 16:53;
Grega Pihler (SLO) hooking, 19:59.

GOALS (by period)
CAN: 3-2-4:9
SLO: 0-0-0:0

SHOTS ON GOAL (by period)
CAN: 14-15-18: 47
SLO: 7-8-7:22

POWER PLAY:
CAN: 2-8
SLO: 0-4

GOALTENDERS
CAN – Anthony Grieco (W, 1-0, 15 shots, 15 saves, 0 GA, 40:00)
CAN – Jim Watt (0-0, 7 shots, 7 saves, 0 GA, 20:00)
SLO – Jure Verlic (L, 0-1, 47 shots, 38 saves, 9 GA, 60:00)

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Women's Slovakia University Team

The Canadian Women's team is currently playing Slovakia which features at least 3 2010 Olympians. Iveta Karafiatova (Slovakia's team captain), Zuzana Tomcikova (goalie), and Martina Velickova, all played in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics last year. Zuzana is a goalie at Bemidji State Univesity (NCAA D1, WCHA).

As of right now, according to the website, Canada is up 3-0.


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The Canadian Women's team is currently playing Slovakia which features at least 3 2010 Olympians. Iveta Karafiatova (Slovakia's team captain), Zuzana Tomcikova (goalie), and Martina Velickova, all played in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics last year. Zuzana is a goalie at Bemidji State Univesity (NCAA D1, WCHA).

As of right now, according to the website, Canada is up 3-0.
Was coming here to post this scoring update and it's driving me bananas that there's no way of knowing who scored until the game is over.

And why is it that in all these events there are barely any assists on the goals... always made me wonder.

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GAME SUMMARY
SAT 29 JAN 2011 START TIME 20:00 END TIME 22:40
CAN - BLR 2 - 3 (0 - 1 , 1 - 0 , 1 - 1 , 0 - 0 , 0 - 1)
Spectators Referee(s) Linesmen
1200 GASPARIK Martin (SVK) OROLIN Michal (SVK) , PUOLAKKA Masi (FIN)
Team Statistics
Period Score SVS SOG PIM TPP PPG SHG
1 0 : 1 8 : 19 19 : 9 2 : 6 05:59 : 02:00 0 : 0 0 : 1
2 1 : 0 14 : 6 7 : 14 4 : 6 04:56 : 03:05 1 : 0 0 : 0
3 1 : 1 10 : 13 14 : 11 6 : 8 04:23 : 04:00 1 : 0 0 : 0
OT 0 : 0 2 : 4 4 : 2 0 : 0 00:00 : 00:00 0 : 0 0 : 0
GWS 0 : 1 0 : 0 0 : 1 0 : 0 00:00 : 00:00 0 : 0 0 : 0
Total 2 : 3 34 : 42 44 : 37 12 : 20 15:18 : 09:05 2 : 0 0 : 1
1st Period
Action Time ET/Res Team Type No Name (G) Name of Assistant(s) / Action Description
GK 00:00 CAN 31 GRIECO A - Goalkeeper in
GK 00:00 BLR 20 GORYACHEVSKIKH S - Goalkeeper in
Penalty 03:55 05:55 BLR 2 min. 12 KACHAN A - Interference
Goal 04:56 0 : 1 BLR SH1 15 DEMKOV A (2) 10 RAZVADOUSKI
P
On Ice CAN 31 7 12 14 22 27
BLR 20 10 15 19 24
Penalty 05:54 07:54 BLR 2 min. 23 KAZNADZEI I - Boarding
Penalty 10:09 12:09 CAN 2 min. 7 DORION M - Tripping
Penalty 14:27 16:27 BLR 2 min. 13 KITARAU A - Hooking
2nd Period
Action Time ET/Res Team Type No Name (G) Name of Assistant(s) / Action Description
Penalty 20:58 22:58 CAN 2 min. 16 LANGELIER-PARENT M - Tripping
Penalty 22:03 24:03 BLR 2 min. 9 SHINKEVITCH I - Interference
Penalty 27:18 29:09 BLR 2 min. 10 RAZVADOUSKI P - Hooking
Goal 29:09 1 : 1 CAN PP1 27 RIZK J (2) 14 TURKIEWICZ K
25 SONNENBURG
K
On Ice CAN 31 12 14 22 25 27
BLR 20 12 17 23 24
Penalty 32:32 34:32 CAN 2 min. 16 LANGELIER-PARENT M - Charging
Penalty 35:43 37:43 BLR 2 min. - Team penalty - Too Many Players on the Ice
3rd Period
Action Time ET/Res Team Type No Name (G) Name of Assistant(s) / Action Description
Penalty 41:19 43:19 CAN 2 min. 16 LANGELIER-PARENT M - Slashing
Penalty 47:45 49:45 BLR 2 min. 16 AZIMAU R - Hooking
Penalty 52:13 54:13 CAN 2 min. 14 TURKIEWICZ K - High Sticking
Penalty 54:13 55:43 BLR 2 min. 14 SIOMACHKIN A - Holding an opponent
Penalty 54:36 56:36 BLR 2 min. 11 KHARAMANDA M - Cross-Checking
Goal 55:43 2 : 1 CAN PP2 17 MACLEAN B (4) 4 CARIA M
9 BAKER K
On Ice CAN 31 4 7 9 15 17
BLR 20 9 19 21
Penalty 58:08 60:08 CAN 2 min. 27 RIZK J - Roughing
Penalty 58:08 60:08 BLR 2 min. 8 PAULOVICH A - Roughing
Goal 59:11 2 : 2 BLR EQ 10 RAZVADOUSKI P (2) 15 DEMKOV A On Ice CAN 31 6 11 15 21
BLR 20 7 10 11 15
Overtime
Action Time ET/Res Team Type No Name (G) Name of Assistant(s) / Action Description
GK 65:00 CAN 31 GRIECO A - Goalkeeper out
GK 65:00 BLR 20 GORYACHEVSKIKH S -
Goalkeeper out

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Video Highlights Canada vs Belarus

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GAME SUMMARY
SAT 29 JAN 2011 START TIME 20:00 END TIME 22:40
CAN - BLR 2 - 3 (0 - 1 , 1 - 0 , 1 - 1 , 0 - 0 , 0 - 1)
YouTube highlight video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcj9pgos9kQ

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Wow, nice one... losing to Belarus.

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Look at the goals against, Timbit. Not very well defended.

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Look at the goals against, Timbit. Not very well defended.
Yeah, I saw that. Hardly impressive on defense.

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Stepan Goryachevskikh, Pavel Razvadovsky, Artem Demkov, Igor Shvedov, Mikhail Khoromando, Evgeny Nogachev.

These are some of the players with pro experience on the Belarus team, so they are not a terrible team. But still, bad loss for Canada in a game that should have been won.

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Tough loss indeed. From a Laurier perspective, I was happy to see our only representative (Rizk) score the first goal there. I was also somewhat surprised he was picked in the shootout, as he is known more as a powerforward than a crafty stickhandler and he has shot in every Laurier game that has gone to a shootout this year without scoring, but he made a good move, too bad he didn't score.

Hopefully the team can regroup for the next one. It must be hard to lose a game when you are up by a goal with less than a minute to go. I am looking through the stats but hopefully they get posted in a more user friendly format, but it looks as though shots were in favor of Canada 34-12.


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I know, the game sheets are freaking annoying to readers.

If the shots were indeed 34-12 than I guess the Belarus goalie deserves a lot of credit.

Not as bad as the women's game today though where the shots were 48-4 for Canada in a 14-0 rout of Great Britain. GB had no shots in 1st period and 2 in the 2nd and 3rd.

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Men's Playoffs

With the group play finished, the men's will start the playoff round tomorrow (Thursday February 3). There are two classification games between the 4 lowest seeded teams, followed by quarterfinals. Here are the games on schedule for tomorrow:
Classification Games
#9 Slovenia vs #12 Turkey
#10 Spain vs #11 South Korea

Quarterfinals
Group 1
Kazakhstan vs Japan
Belarus vs USA

Group 2
Canada vs Slovakia
Russia vs Czech Republic

Judging from the schedule teams will not be re-seeded after the quarterfinals, the winning teams in those groups will play each other in the semi-finals.

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i am puzzled, why would Russia year in and year out filed proffessional hockey players and pretend that the fact that they were registered in some university makes them available just fine. I mean Zuborev was born in 1983, so is Belukhin, so is Golovanov,Valliulin is 84.... a few are born in 1986.


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i am puzzled, why would Russia year in and year out filed proffessional hockey players and pretend that the fact that they were registered in some university makes them available just fine. I mean Zuborev was born in 1983....
Ya the russian team seems to be on another level in this tournament. Canada will need some top notch goal tending and some luck to get through this one. You have to think the winner of this game is favored for gold.

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the thing is that many Russian sports-players (pros) are registered in universities a nd have parallel pro-careers as well as some sort of studying in the university, plus no university leagues as is, so technically all these players probably are affiliated with some sort of school, but I don't think th point of the University Games is bringing pros....

Who are the team Canada players and team USA? which leagues do they come from?

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the thing is that many Russian sports-players (pros) are registered in universities a nd have parallel pro-careers as well as some sort of studying in the university, plus no university leagues as is, so technically all these players probably are affiliated with some sort of school, but I don't think th point of the University Games is bringing pros....

Who are the team Canada players and team USA? which leagues do they come from?
The Canadian players are all full-time students and varsity athletes, who play for their university teams in the OUA conference of the CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sport), the Canadian university league, similar to the American NCAA. The Americans are full-time students who play club-level hockey, not NCAA Div I or Div III, but a level below.

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