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U18 Junior World Cup August 10-15 - online coverage

It begins today...Canada is supposed to play against Switzerland! Do you know where can we follow this game?

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http://hokej.point.sk/live/live.php#

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Am I the only one that can't see any results or follow the games live?

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Am I the only one that can't see any results or follow the games live?
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It says Canada defeated Switzerland 7-1.

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It says Canada defeated Switzerland 7-1.
But it sure wasn't "live"..

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But it sure wasn't "live"..
nah, definitely not. And still no goal scorers

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Canada 7-1 Brule 2, Cogliano 2, Mikkelson 1, clutterbuck 1, omarra 1 2 assists not sure who played in goal there may have been other assists but i dont have the info sorry

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PIESTANY, Slovakia (CP) - Gilbert Brule of the WHL's Vancouver Giants and Andrew Cogliano of the Ontario Jr. A St. Michael's Buzzers each scored two goals to lead Canada over Switzerland 7-1 Tuesday in the opening game of the under-18 Junior World Cup.



Cal Clutterbuck, from the OHL's St. Michael's Majors, Portland Winter Hawks defenceman Brendan Mikkelson and Dan Bertram from the Camrose Kodiaks of Alberta Junior Hockey League also scored for Canada, which jumped out to leads of 3-0 after one period and 6-0 after two.



``We were fortunate enough to get out to an early lead and that put them on their heels,'' said Canadian head coach Dave Cameron, also coach of the Majors. ``After that we kept the pressure up on them and chipped away.''



It was a good start for Canada, which won gold in the first seven under-18 tourneys but lost to the United States in the semifinals last August and wound up fourth.



``I thought, much like the score would indicate, we played hard, unselfish,'' said Cameron. ``There are still kinks and rust we have to work out but we really liked the effort.''



The Canadians remain a work in progress, as they've only had five practices together. Cameron said players were still adjusting to each other and learning the team's system.



He expects a stiffer test Wednesday, when Canada plays Sweden, a team the Canadians know little about.



``We'll go over to have a peak at them,'' said Cameron.

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Andrew Cogliano was named Team Canadas Player of the Game.

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I heard that Durand was hurt...? Any idea who replaced him?

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Sweden defeats Slovakia 5-2. Finally some good news for the Swedish junior program.

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I heard that Durand was hurt...? Any idea who replaced him?

Marc Andre Cote from the QMJHL. Finally a frenchman!

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Canada 7-1 Brule 2, Cogliano 2, Mikkelson 1, clutterbuck 1, omarra 1 2 assists not sure who played in goal there may have been other assists but i dont have the info sorry
Playing in goal today for Canada was Carey Price. He had his shutout bid broken with just over 2 minutes remaining in the game.

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Any way to find out the score and scorers from the Czech's vs Russia game?

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Team USA defeated Finland today 3-1.
more at this url
http://www.usahockey.com/usa_hockey/...40810_usafin//

Russia lost to the Czech Republic 3-1.

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Canada is on fire...they just won 8-2 against the Sweden!!!

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The boxscores from the tournament can be found at

http://www.hokej.cz/index.php?akce=c...d=358&id=22002


haven't checked whether the Slovak live site works now (it still didn't work late this afternoon, CET)

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Sweden defeats Switzerland 3-1 and will reach the semifinals for the first time in this tournament if Canada does not lose against Slovakia.

Now that's a nice hundreth post for a swede!

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The Medal Round is beginning, and my Canadian boys are taking on the U.S.A.

Which is too bad because the U.S.A. will probably beat Canada, just like they have in every head-to-head game in the last 1-2 years.

I hate to say it and I don't want it to happen, but it more than likely will.

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The Medal Round is beginning, and my Canadian boys are taking on the U.S.A.

Which is too bad because the U.S.A. will probably beat Canada, just like they have in every head-to-head game in the last 1-2 years.

I hate to say it and I don't want it to happen, but it more than likely will.

I highly doubt any team beats Canada, who are stacked with talent this year.

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Canada is on fire...they just won 8-2 against the Sweden!!!
Did I Read the boxscores right for this game.I'm not sure, because I don't know
the language ,but it looks like Canada had 6 shorthanded goals .Wow,I
don't think I've ever heard tell of that before.Also it looks like they took
a whopping amount of penalties. When is the semi-final?

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Canada and Czech Republic advance to the final

Semifinal results:

Canada - USA 4-0 (3-0, 0-0, 1-0)
Czech Republic - Sweden 3-1 (2-0, 1-1, 0-0)

5-8th place:

Slovakia-Finland 2-1 (0-1, 0-0, 2-0)
Russia- Switzerland 3-2 OT (1-0, 0-0, 1-1, 1-0)

Sunday's fixtures

Gold medal game: Czech Republic vs Canada
Bronze medal game: Sweden vs USA
5-6th place: Slovakia vs Russia
7-8th place: Finland vs Switzerland

For more comprehensive coverage (boxscores etc):

International Hockey Gang: U18 World Cup Coverage

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