Complete Standings: IIHF 2004 World U20 Championship.

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  1. Final Standings
    1. United States (6-0-0) ..27 GF ..8 GA
    2. Canada (5-1-0) ..35 GF ..9 GA
    3. Finland (5-2-0) ..26 GA ..12 GA
    4. Czech Republic (3-4-0) ..20 GF ..20 GA
    5. Russia (3-2-1) ..17 GF ..16 GA
    6. Slovakia (2-3-1) ..13 GF ..14 GA
    7. Sweden (3-3-0) ...21 GF ..13 GA
    8. Switzerland (2-4-0) ..23 GF ..17 GA
    R-9. Austria (0-5-1) ..5 GF ..32 GA
    R-10. Ukraine (0-5-1) 3 GF ..49 GA
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    P-11. Belarus (5-0-0) ..34 GF ..11 GA
    P-12. Germany (3-0-2) ..29 GF ..10 GA
    13. Denmark (3-1-1) ..23 GF ..16 GA
    14. Norway (3-2-0) ..21 GF ..10 GA
    15. France (3-2-0) ..22 GF ..16 GA
    16. Slovenia (3-2-0) ..18 GF ..19 GA
    17. Italy (3-2-0) ..15 GF ..18 GA
    18. Latvia (2-1-2) ..35 GF ..19 GA
    19. Kazakhstan (1-3-1) ..16 GF ..19 GA
    20. Estonia (1-4-0) ..9 GF ..33 GA
    R-21. Japan (0-5-0) ..9 GF ..22 GA
    R-22. Hungary (0-5-0) ..8 GF ..46 GA
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    P-23. Poland (5-0-0) ..59 GF ..4 GA
    P-24. Great Britain (5-0-0) ..38 GF ..5 GA
    25. Korea (4-1-0) ..45 GF ..7 GA
    26. Romania (3-1-1) ..44 GF ..16 GA
    27. Netherlands (3-2-0) ..32 GF ..19 GA
    28. Spain (2-2-1) ..21 GF ..32 GA
    29. Croatia (2-3-0) ..18 GF ..18 GA
    30. Serbia & Montenegro (2-3-0) ..15 GF ..21 GA
    31. Lithuania (2-3-0) ..12 GF ..25 GA
    32. Belgium (1-4-0) ..16 GF ..31 GA
    R-33. South Africa (0-5-0) ..4 GF ..56 GA
    R-34. Iceland (0-5-0) ..10 GF ..80 GA
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    P-35. Australia (5-0-0) ..42 GF ..13 GA
    P-36. China (4-1-0) ..41 GF ..20 GA
    37. Mexico (3-2-0) ..25 GF ..16 GA
    38. Turkey (1-4-0) ..10 GF ..38 GA
    39. Bulgaria (1-4-0) ..13 GF ..34 GA
    40. New Zealand (1-4-0) ..10 GF ..30 GA

    P = Promoted
    R = Relegated
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    Top 10 Scorers
    POL Marcin Kolusz ...8 G ..10 A ..18 PTS
    AUS James Keane ...11 G ..6 A ..17 PTS
    POL Sebastien Kowalowka ...8 G ..9 A ..17 PTS
    KOR Seung Jun Lee ...9 G ..7 A ..16 PTS
    GBR Steve Wallace ...12 G ..3 A ..15 PTS
    POL Michal Zubek ...8 G ..7 A ..15 PTS
    KOR Geun Ho Kim ...8 G ..7 A ..15 PTS
    AUS Alex Djamirze ...9 G ..5 A ..14 PTS
    KOR Sang Hyun Kwon ...6 G ..8 A ..14 PTS
    BLR Konstantin Zakharov ...4 G ..10 A ..14 PTS

    Top 10 Penalty Minute Leaders
    ISL Karl Eriksson ...64
    BLR Aliaksei Shahau ...39
    TUR Ufuk Guglu ...39
    UKR Oleksiy Lubnin ...38
    BEL Kristof van Looy ...38
    AUT Thomas Vanek ...37
    SLO Jakob Milovanovic ...36
    KAZ Alexei Vyatkin ...33
    AUS Mark Walsh ...33
    TUR Gorken Incesu ...33

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    Oldest Player: Denis Polunin - Kazakhstan (January 01, 1984 - 19 years)
    Youngest Player: Tihomir Filipec - Croatia (September 04, 1989 - 14 years)
    Difference of 5 years, 9 months and 3 days.

    Most Goals For (One Game): 26 - Poland (Dec. 31 vs. Iceland)

    Most Goals For (One Tournament): 59 - Poland (Division II A)
    Most Goals Against (One Tournament): 80 - Iceland (Division II A)

    Least Goals For (One Tournament): 3 - Ukraine (Pool A)
    Least Goals Against (One Tournament): 4 - Poland (Division II A)
     
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  2. The Divisions will look like this for the 2005 World U20 Championship:

    Pool A
    United States
    Canada
    Finland
    Czech Republic
    Russia
    Slovakia
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    Belarus
    Germany

    Division I
    Austria
    Ukraine
    Denmark
    Norway
    France
    Slovenia
    Italy
    Latvia
    Kazakhstan
    Estonia
    Poland
    Great Britain

    Division II
    Japan
    Hungary
    Korea
    Romania
    Netherlands
    Spain
    Croatia
    Serbia & Montenegro
    Lithuania
    Belgium
    Australia
    China

    Division III
    South Africa
    Iceland
    Mexico
    Turkey
    Bulgaria
    New Zealand

    Division III depends on which IIHF member nations do and do not register U20 teams.

    Groups for Divisions I and II have yet to be determined.
     
  3. Douggy

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    Pool A looks pretty solid. It sucks that two of those teams have to go back down.
     
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    It's going to be a big step-up for GB, especially with our top scorer Stephan Wallace being too old (this was his 2nd consecutive year of scoring 12 goals. In 3 U-20 Division 2 campaigns he had 26 goals and 10 assists in 14 games. Sadly he hasn't played much in the league this season, even after a good Findus Cup campaign to start the season. Still we have a fighting chance of avoiding relegation.
     
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    Yes, but 5 players from the U-20 squad were also in the U-18 squad, and all the other countries will also be losing their best players through age. Promotion is always difficult, but I do believe we have a bunch of guys at both levels that can keep us up there.

    Graham.
     
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    Why? Should it just be locked forever? Surely the prospect of relegation gives all the teams incentive to compete.
     
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    Ideally they should increase the number to 12 teams so it's not a foregone conclusion which two teams are going down. At least IMO.
     
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    good point! :handclap:
     
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    Certainly we can stay up, and I believe we will. I do worry were the goals will come from. Maybe Allinson will step up.
     
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