Kazakhstan, Italy and Germany Long Lists

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  1. as72

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    Has anyone seen Long List/Preliminary rosters for Kazakhstan, Italy or Germany?

    I know the US and Finland are keeping theirs secret, but Kazakhstan, Italy and Germany shold be out there, right?
     
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    Italy preliminary roster

    Goaltenders:

    René Baur (Val Pusteria/Pustertal)
    Günther Hell (HC Bolzano/Bozen)
    Jason Muzzatti (HC Bolzano/Bozen)
    Thomas Tragust (HC Merano/Meran)

    Defence:

    Michele Strazzabosco (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Justin Peca (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Christian Borgatello (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Armin Helfer (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Florian Ramoser (HC Bolzano/Bozen)
    Carlo Lorenzi (Alleghe)
    Luigi Da Corte (SG Cortina)
    André Signoretti (SG Cortina)
    Carter Trevisani (Asiago)
    Markus Hafner (SV Renon/Ritten)
    Andreas Lutz (SV Renon/Ritten)
    Alexander Egger (SV Renon/Ritten)
    Robert Nardella (no team)
    Armin Hofer (Val Pusteria/Pustertal)
    Christopher Bartolone (Sønderjyske - DEN)

    Forwards:

    Mario Brian Chitarroni (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Giuseppe Busillo (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Max Oberrauch (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Dino Felicetti (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Matteo Molteni (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Andrea Molteni (HCJ Milano Vipers)
    Jason Cirone (Asiago)
    Giulio Scandella (Asiago)
    Claudio Mantese (Asiago)
    John Parco (Asiago)
    Pat Iannone (Asiago)
    Luca Rigoni (Asiago)
    Nicola Fontanive (Alleghe)
    Manuel De Toni (Alleghe)
    Giorgio De Bettin (SG Cortina)
    Anthony Tuzzolino (SG Cortina)
    Dino Grossi (SG Cortina)
    Luca Ansoldi (SV Renon/Ritten)
    Paolo Bustreo (SV Renon/Ritten)
    Stefano Margoni (HC Bolzano/Bozen)
    Stefan Zisser (HC Bolzano/Bozen)
    Rolly Ramoser (HC Bolzano/Bozen)
    Christian Walcher (HC Bolzano/Bozen)
    Enrico Chelodi (HC Bolzano/Bozen)
    Julian Mascarin (HC Settequerce/Siebeneich)
    Anthony Iob (KAC Klagenfurt - AUT)
    Luca Felicetti (HC Fassa)
    Diego Iori (HC Fassa)
    Drew Omicioli (Danbury Trashers - UHL)
     
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    I have seen Germany's, but I can't seem to locate it.
     
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    Very interested in Germany's roster. Anyone know where to find it?
     
  5. Tricolore#20

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    I remember last season, there was some talk that Rico Fata might have played for Italy. However, upon reviewing this thread (http://hfboards.com/archive/index.php/t-112020.html) I realize that he doesn't meet the eligibility requirements. It really is too bad.
     
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    Nik Antropov crush!
     
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    D Bob Nardella is actually playing in UHL (Rockford IceHogs) ;)
     
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    Are Perez and Nabokov Kazakh-eligible?
     
  9. arrbez

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    Perez is a spanish name :teach:
     
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    I heard David Hasselhoff will be coaching the German team. Can anyone confirm?
     
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    lol
     
  12. espo*

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    LOL,good one.Chuckled pretty hard when reading this.
     
  13. Owen

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    No, Nabokov is Russian. Once you change your citizenship for sporting purposes, you can't change back. Nabby will be on Team Russia facing his own home country.


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    Is Bob Nardella really gonna be on Team Italy? I can't believe that guy is still around!
     
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    Which is too bad....

    Antropov is another ethnic Russian born in Kazakhstan, but he choses to remain with the Kazakh national program. :handclap:
    Even Dainus Zubrus chose Lithuania, stating "Lithuania needs me more than Russia!" :handclap:
    The Kazakhs national team, playing more as a unit now than they did in the past could have pulled a Belarus if Nabokov stayed with them.
     
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    Kolesnik has really come on and the difference at the moment may not be that great. Nabby is not setting the world on fire right now.
     
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    Nabokov is way better than Kolesnik
     
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    An in form Kolesnik V an out of form Nabby is a dead heat. I am aware nabby is better. Thanks. Kolesnik was outstanding this past calendar year and is a big part of why Kazakhstan is in the Olympics.
     
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    Did you happen to see Nabby's latest gem V the Flames tonite?
     
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    If Kazakhstan plays like in the last WC's, expect a lot of low scoring games.
     
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    STill haven't seen the German list. Anyone know where? :help:
     
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    don't hold me to it, because I don't understand one word of German (well, I might understand a few, but nothing important ;) ), but in some random surfing around the offical German program site (deb-online.de), I found this listing for "a-team"

    Goalies
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    Oliver Jonas (Koln - DEL)
    Dmitri Patzold (Cleveland - AHL)
    Olaf Kolzig (Washington - NHL)
    Alexander Jung (Dusseldorf - DEL)
    Robert Muller (Krefeld - DEL)

    Defencemen
    ------------
    Robert Leask (Berlin - DEL)
    Sascha Goc (Mannheim - DEL)
    Martin Walter (Hamburg - DEL)
    Christian Ehrhoff (San Jose - NHL)
    Mirko Ludemann (Koln - DEL)
    Christoph Schubert (Ottawa - NHL)
    Stefan Schauer (Nurnberg - DEL)
    Michael Bakos (Mannheim - DEL)
    Patrick Koeppchen (Hamburg - DEL)
    Andreas Renz (Koln - DEL)
    Felix Petermann (Nurnberg - DEL)
    Alexander Sulzer (Dusseldorf - DEL)
    Shane Wright (Krefeld - DEL) *Now there's a German name if I've ever heard one, lol*
    Lasse Kopitz (Wolfsburg - DEL)
    Stephane Retzer (Kassel - DEL)
    Denis Seidenberg (Philadelphia - NHL)

    Forwards
    ---------
    Sven Felski (Berlin - DEL)
    Stefan Ustorf (Krefeld - DEL)
    Jochen Hecht (Buffalo - DEL)
    Marco Sturm (Boston - NHL) *writing Boston there feels.... wrong.
    Martin Reichel (Frankfurt - DEL)
    Daniel Kreutzer (Dusseldorf - DEL)
    Alexander Barta (Berlin - DEL)
    Thomas Martinec (Nurnberg - DEL)
    Eduard Lewandowski (Koln - DEL)
    Tino Boos (Koln - DEL)
    Christoph Ullmann (Mannheim - DEL/Heilbronn - Oberliga)
    Sebastien Furchner (Koln - DEL)
    Robert Hock (Hannover - DEL)
    Marcel Goc (San Jose - NHL)
    Michael Hackert (Frankfurt - DEL)
    Marcus Kink (Mannheim - DEL)
    Petr Fical (Nurnberg - DEL)
    Andreas Morczinietz (Hannover - DEL)
    Jan Benda (Litvinov - Czech League)

    That's what I could find.

    http://www.deb-online.de/index2.htm

    on the left side there should be a link that says "a-team" that will give you this roster.

    I have to think it might be old though, because if Thomas Greiss isn't even on the list, it's a travesty.
     
  22. katodelder

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    Wow, haven't ever seen so many NHLers on Team Germany before. The times they are a changin'.

    Can anyone with good knowledge of these national programs tell me which players would most likely lead the Khazak, Italian, German, and Swiss teams in scoring at the Olympics?

    Thanks.
     
  23. IkeaMonkey*

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    Things must have gotten REALLY bad in Buffalo for them to be demoted like that.
     
  24. Safir*

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    The Nemesis that's the German National Team, the A-team if you will but not the U-20 team.

    Can't give you the entire roster, but I know that the following Eisbären (Berlin Polar Bears) players are going to be on the team:

    G: Youri Ziffzer

    D: René Kramer

    F: Norman Martens, Marvin Tepper, Christoph Gawlik
     
  25. 12# Peter Bondra

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    These are the rosters for the Olympics though, not the WJC's.
     
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