2004 IIHF World U20 Championship: Div.I, Group A

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    2004 IIHF World U20 Championship Div I, Group A
    Berlin, Germany
    Dec. 14-20, 2003

    Teams
    Germany
    Kazakhstan
    Slovenia
    Latvia
    Denmark
    Hungary

    Schedule (all games at Berlin)
    All Times Local
    Dec. 14
    13:00 - Denmark 5-3 Slovenia
    16:30 - Latvia 4-4 Kazakhstan
    20:00 - Hungary 1-9 Germany

    Dec. 15
    13:00 - Kazakhstan 1-3 Denmark
    16:30 - Slovenia 5-0 Hungary
    20:00 - Germany 4-4 Latvia

    Dec. 17
    13:00 - Hungary 2-15 Latvia
    16:30 - Kazakhstan 2-3 Slovenia
    20:00 - Germany 2-2 Denmark

    Dec. 18
    13:00 - Kazakhstan 7-3 Hungary
    16:30 - Latvia 8-3 Denmark
    20:00 - Slovenia 1-8 Germany

    Dec. 20
    12:00 - Denmark 10-2 Hungary
    15:30 - Slovenia 6-4 Latvia
    19:00 - Germany 6-2 Kazakhstan


    Final Standings
    x-Germany ...3-0-2 ...29GF ..10GA ..8
    y-Denmark ...3-1-1 ...23GF ..16GA ..7
    y-Slovenia ...3-2-0 ...18GF ..19GA ..6
    y-Latvia ...2-1-2 ...35GF ..19GA ..6
    y-Kazakhstan ...1-3-1 ...16GF ..19GA ..3
    z-Hungary ...0-5-0 ...8GF ..46GA ..0

    x = Earns promotion into Pool A for the 2005 World U20 Championship.
    y = Will remain in Division I for the 2005 World U20 Championship.
    z = Relegated to Division II for the 2005 World U20 Championship.


    Top 10 Scorers
    LAT Martins Karsums ...7 G ..6 A ..13 PTS
    DEN Frans Schmidt Nielsen ...8 G ..3 A ..11 PTS
    GER Marcus Kink ...5 G ..6 A ..11 PTS
    LAT Renars Undelis ...6 G ..4 A ..10 PTS
    LAT Lauris Darzins ...6 G ..4 A ..10 PTS
    LAT Guntis Dzerins ...2 G ..7 A ..9 PTS
    GER Alexander Sulzer ...2 G ..7 A ..9 PTS
    GER Ulrich Maurer ...2 G ..7 A ..9 PTS
    GER Fabio Carciola ...3 G ..5 A ..8 PTS
    LAT Mikelis Redlihs ...4 G ..3 A ..7 PTS

    Top 10 Penalty Minute Leaders
    SLO Jakob Milovanovic ...36
    KAZ Alexei Vyatkin ...33
    KAZ Alexandr Strokatov ...27
    DEN Philip Hersby ...24
    LAT Martins Karsums ...22
    GER Fabio Carciola ...20
    HUN Csaba Kovacs ...18
    HUN Janos Vas ...18
    SLO Jure Kralj ...16
    SLO Ziga Pavlin ...16

    Top 5 Goaltenders (Save %) (Minimum 100 Minutes Played)
    GER Patrick Ehelechner ...180:35 ..7 GA ..92 SOG ..92.39%
    KAZ Ivan Bazyleyev ...145:07 ..9 GA ..73 SOG ..87.67%
    SLO Andrej Hocevar ...170:02 ..18 GA ..144 SOG ..87.50%
    DEN Sebastian Dahm ...240:00 ..14 GA ..106 SOG ..86.79%
    KAZ Alexei Vorogushin ...154:19 ..8 GA ..55 SOG ..85.45%

    Tournament Awards
    Best Goaltender: Patrick Ehelechner - Germany
    Best Defenceman: Alexander Sulzer - Germany
    Best Forward: Martins Karsums - Latvia
    Fair Play Award: Team Denmark
     
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  2. Team Rosters


    DENMARK

    Goaltenders
    Sebastian Dahm
    Soren Nielsen

    Defence
    David Petersson
    Michael Eskesen
    Rune Knabenhans
    Mads Bech-Christensen
    Carsten Nielsen
    Stefan Lassen
    Philip Hersby

    Forward
    Jannik Karvinen
    Thomas Mose
    Thomas Lilholt
    Martin Nielsen
    Peter Regin-Jensen
    Bjarke Moller
    Nikolaj Bogh-Nedermark
    Frans Schmidt-Nielsen
    Kim Pedersen-Karsberg
    Mark Lie
    Jannik Hansen
    Marco Petterson
    Jacob Vorup-Petersen

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    SLOVENIA

    Goaltenders
    Ziga Dimc
    Andrej Hocevar

    Defence
    Ziga Svete
    Igor Cvetek
    Aljosa Mejda
    Metod Bevk
    Andrej Tavzelj
    Jakob Milovanovic
    Ziga Pavlin
    Janus Pavlic

    Forward
    Nejc Sotlar
    Nejc Japelj
    Bor Ladiha
    Anze Ahacic
    Saso Dervaric
    Jure Kralj
    Gregor Krivic
    Anze Kopitar
    Matej Badiura
    Gasper Zupan
    Rok Pajic
    Andrej Hebar

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    KAZAKHSTAN

    Goaltenders
    Alexei Vorogushin
    Ivan Bazyleyev

    Defence
    Alexandr Cherepanov
    Arman Tyulyuberdinov
    Alexandr Assanov
    Alexandr Yevseyev
    Alexandr Medvedev
    Vladislav Kolesnikov
    Roman Dementyev
    Yevgeniy Gorban

    Forward
    Danil Pilyugin
    Alexandr Maznyak
    Alexei Dolgikh
    Alexei Vyatkin
    Dmitriy Shakhov
    Yegor Yeremenko
    Doszhan Yessirkenov
    Talgat Zhailauov
    Denis Polunin
    Eldar Abdulayev
    Dmirty Larionov
    Alexandr Strokatov

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    LATVIA

    Goaltenders
    Edgars Lusins
    Ervins Mustukovs

    Defence
    Aleksandrs Jerofejevs
    Dmitrijs Sancovojs
    Renars Valters
    Oskars Bartulis
    Martins Beresnevs
    Sergejs Louskins
    Lauris Dzerins
    Aleksejs Bihanovs

    Forward
    Renars Undelis
    Romans Glazkovs
    Gundars Berkis
    Guntis Dzerins
    Raimonds Danilics
    Mikelis Redlihs
    Martins Karsums
    Vladislavs Vodolazskis
    Andrejs Savicevs
    Lauris Darzins
    Olegs Koreskovs
    Jurijs Klujevskis

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    GERMANY

    Goaltenders
    Patrick Ehelechner
    Thomas Greiss

    Defence
    Christopher Schadewaldt
    Raphael Kapzan
    Alexander Sulzer
    Frank Hordler
    Felix Petermann
    Tobias Draxinger
    Thomas Fischer

    Forward
    Peter Boon
    Alexander Feistel
    Ulrich Maurer
    Yannic Seidenberg
    Matthias Wittmann
    Axel Hackert
    Fabio Carciola
    Marcus Kink
    Kai Hospelt
    Andre Rankel
    Thomas Schenkel
    Florian Busch

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    HUNGARY

    Goaltenders
    Attila Szoke
    Tamas Kiss

    Defence
    Tamas Dory
    Tamas Racz
    Csaba Nagy
    Adam Hegyi
    Miklos Barabas
    David Jobb
    Adrian Huffner

    Forward
    Csaba Kovacs
    Lajos Nyerges
    Patrik Szajbert
    Zsolt Azari
    Balasz Missoundou
    Daniel Simon
    Gabor Krisztu
    Istvan Marko
    Janos Vas
    Artyom Vaszjunyin
    Viktor Papp
    Zsombor Gergely

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    For general interest, as well as my own (;) ), here are the officials for this tournament.

    Referees
    Sergei Bervenski (Belarus)
    Nigel Boniface (Great Britain)
    Ulf Ronnmark (Sweden)
    Hirokazu Takahashi (Japan)

    Linesmen
    Eric Bouguin (France)
    Andreas Kowert (Germany)
    Mattias Langle (Austria)
    Claudio Pianezze (Italy)
    Paul Rebillard (Switzerland)
    Robert Schelewski (Germany)
    Dzmitri Shilau (Belarus)
     
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    German alternates: (if someone gets an injury)

    T Ziffzer, Youri 21.08.1986 Singapur Jungadler Mannheim
    T Koslow, Patrick 06.01.1985 Landshut EHC München
    FL: Augsburger Panther
    V Dotzler, Alexander 12.09.1984 Regensburg Eisbären Regensburg
    V Frank, Josef 02.08.1984 Bad Tölz Tölzer Löwen
    V Kreuzmann, Stephan 24.05.1984 Duisburg EV Duisburg
    S Hoffmann, Martin 15.05.1984 Bergen Eisbären J. Berlin
    FL: Eisbären Berlin
    S Kruck, Andreas 24.12.1984 Starnberg Tölzer Löwen
    S Wörle, Tobias 01.08.1984 Füssen EV Füssen
     
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    Latvia Should be a pretty decent team

    - 2 NHL Draft Picks: Raimonds Danilics (8/255 Tampa) and Lauris Darzins (9/268 Nashville)
    - Olegs Koreskovs is leading the MJHL (Metropolitain Junior Hockey League) in scoring 26 GP, 19 G, 26 A, 45 PTS
    - Martins Karsums playing in the QMJHL: 30 GP, 16 G, 7 A, 23 PTS...Third on team in goals behind NHL-Drafted Steve Bernier and Konstantin Zakharov
    - Ervins Mustukovs, 2002 Latvian Goalie Of The Year, currently playing in QMJHL. 2-6-2, 2.90 GAA and 0.915 SV%. Was named Defensive Player of the Week in mid-November.
     
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    DEN-SLO = 5:3 (1:1, 1:2 ,3:0 )

    LAT-KAZ = 4:4 (1:1, 2:0, 1:3)

    HUN-GER = 1:8 (0:2, 0:5 1:1)
    Scoringleaders:4points(1goal,three assists) for Fabio Carciola,
    3points for Ulrich Maurer(1goal, 2assists)
    Alexander Sulzer(drafted by Nashville 2003,3rd, 93rd) = 1goal,1assist
    Frank Hördler = 2assists
    Markus Kink = 1goal,1assist
    Andre Rankel = 1goal,1assist
    Yannic Seidenberg = 2assists
    Peter Boon = 1goal
    Tobias Draxinger = 1goal
    Axel Hackert = 1goal
    Thomas Fischer = 1assist
    Felix Petermann = 1assist
    Christopher Schadewaldt = 1assist
    Thomas Schenkel = 1assist
    .
    .
    .
    Kai Hospelt(drafted by San José 2003,, 7th, 216th) = 0points :mad:
    goalie: Patrick Ehelechner(drafted by San José 2003,5th, 139th)
     
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    1 - 9 EQ Germany

    14. HACKERT, Axel
    (18. HOSPELT, Kai)
    (12. SEIDENBERG, Yannic)

    ;)
     
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  8. What is to be confused about? The results are on the IIHF website, which are then posted here by myself.

    All you need to do to find correct results, is check the IIHF site, or check here sometime after the entire day's results are complete.
     
  9. Tomorrow is a huge day for this tournament.

    Kazakhstan can relegate Hungary with a win tomorrow.

    Here are the possible scenarios:

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    Denmark wins over Latvia
    Germany and Slovenia draw

    Denmark - 7
    Germany - 5
    Slovenia - 5
    Latvia - 4

    In this case, Germany still has a mathematical chance to win due to their tie game with Denmark

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    Latvia wins over Denmark
    Germany and Slovenia draw

    Latvia - 6
    Denmark - 5
    Germany - 5
    Slovenia - 5

    Wide open

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    Denmark and Germany win

    Denmark - 7
    Germany - 6
    Slovenia - 4
    Latvia - 4

    Slovenia and Latvia are eliminated from promotion

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    Latvia and Germany win

    Germany - 6
    Latvia - 6
    Denmark - 5
    Slovenia - 4

    Slovenia is eliminated

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    Denmark and Slovenia win

    Denmark - 7
    Slovenia - 6
    Germany - 4
    Latvia - 4

    Germany and Latvia are eliminated

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    Latvia and Slovenia win

    Latvia - 6
    Slovenia - 6
    Denmark - 5
    Germany - 4

    Germany is eliminated....Latvia vs. Slovenia for a final game. If LAT and SVN tied along with the expected Denmark win, it would be a three-way tie for first place, and promotion would depend on goal differential.

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    Denmark and Latvia draw
    Germany wins over Slovenia

    Denmark - 6
    Germany - 6
    Latvia - 5
    Slovenia - 4

    Slovenia is eliminated

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    Denmark and Latvia draw
    Slovenia wins over Germany

    Denmark - 6
    Slovenia - 6
    Latvia - 5
    Germany - 4

    Germany is eliminated

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    Denmark and Latvia draw
    Germany and Slovenia draw

    Denmark - 6
    Latvia - 5
    Germany - 5
    Slovenia - 5

    Wide open

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    :lol: :handclap: How long did it take you to work all that out?? :D

    It should be interesting to see who goes up, but I hope it is Germany, because they are probably the best hockey nation of the group, and I think we all want to see the best teams at the highest level.
     
  11. About 10 minutes. Then I went to see the doctor....came home to realize I forgot a few scenarios...they're edited in now. :)


    I would like to see Denmark earn promotion. The Danes seem to be a fast up-and-coming hockey nation. I remember when their senior mens team beat the USA and tied Canada last year....the world was shocked. Even though part of the expense was Canada's, it is always nice to see new nations begin to excel at the sport.
     
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    Yeah. It would be nice if we could get to the level that Soccer is at, where good teams don't even qualify for the World Cup. The best countries that won't be at the World Cup of Hockey will be Switzerland, Belarus and maybe Latvia. I can think of three current NHLers between those teams. (Salei, Gerber and another Swiss goalie who escapes me now.)
     
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    I also hope that Denmark gets promoted. Looks like Hungary will get demoted.

    Thanks for doing this Van it saves me a lot of time.
     
  14. David Aebischer. ;)
     
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    I'm hoping for Denmark too. Then they will have their U18, U20 and Senior teams play games in the top group, all in the same (calendar) year. Not bad. :)
     
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    I would prefer Germany, too...well, I am coming from Germany.

    But this U-20 team of Germany has a lot of problems with penalties.Most of them are really superfluous´!!(especially against Latvia)

    I am very surprised about Alexander Feistl(born in 1985) and Markus Kink(also born in 1985).... :handclap: :handclap:
     
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    Slovenia and Germany play later today, the winner will tie Latvia atop the standings but as of right now, Latvia would have the edge as they tied Germany (are ahead on goal differential) and have yet to play Slovenia.

    It should be an interesting end to the tournament...

    Latvia plays Slovenia
    Denmark plays Hungary (easy win for the Danes)
    Germany plays Kazakhstan..

    Standings as of right now (Prior to GER/SLO game)

    Latvia 2-0-2, 31 GF, 13 GA = 6 pts (Goal Diff +18)
    Denmark 2-1-1, 13 GF, 14 GA = 5 pts (Goal Diff -1)
    Germany 1-0-2, 15 GF, 7 GA = 4 pts (Goal Diff +6)
    Slovenia 2-1-0, 11 GF, 7 GA = 4 pts (Goal Diff +4)
    Kazakhstan 1-2-1, 14 GF, 13 GA = 3 pts (Goal Diff +1)
    Hungary 0-4-0, 6 GF, 36 GA = 0 PTS (Goal Diff -30)

    all Latvia has to do is beat Slovenia to clinch
     

  18. Not to be a dink or anything, but you do know that the original post of this thread is being edited as things happen, don't you?
     
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    Yup, well aware. Just really excited for the Latvians. Very proud of Mustukovs and Karsums and all the rest of the boys.
     
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    Ouch. Denmark got killed. So they have to beat Hungary and hope Slovenia beats Latvia. It could happen, I guess. We'll see how Slovenia fares against Germany.

    BTW, would Germany have been the favorite coming in?
     
  21. Yes they are the favourites as they are the team who came down from Pool A.
     
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    I heard several opinions about the German team...they obviously have no team spirit.They aren`t bad individual players and most of them played still in the DEL against players like Van Impe,Rene Corbet,Greg Leeb,Denis Pederson....i don`t know why they have such problems....??
     
  23. Well, the Germans have had team spirit for at least one period. They were up 2-0 after the 2nd against Slovenia, and they exploded with 5 goals in the 3rd. Must have been quite the speech from the German coach at the intermission.

    The game is minutes from ending.


    ...And tack on a 6th third period goal with 2 seconds left. Germany needs all the goals they can get if they are to win this tournament.
     
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    What happens if Germany and Latvia win their last two games? What tie breaker do they use because head to head they tied.
     
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    I'd believe it is Goal Differential, and Latvia plays the same Slovenia squad that Germany crushed today
     
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