Rosno Cup (formerly the Baltika Cup)

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  1. Jussi

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    Team Finland roster:

    Goalies:

    Fredrik Norrena, Linköpings HC
    Niklas Bäckström, Kärpät

    Defesemen:

    Marko Kiprusoff, TPS :amazed: :banghead: :mad:
    Petteri Nummelin, Lugano
    Lasse Kukkonen, Kärpät
    Antti-Jussi Niemi, Frölunda HC
    Jere Karalahti, HIFK
    Tuomas Eskelinen, HPK
    Janne Niinimaa, Malmö

    Forwards:

    Olli Jokinen, Södertälje SK
    Ville Peltonen, Lugano
    Esa Pirnes, Lukko
    Teemu Virkkunen, Ässät
    Toni Dahlman, Jokerit
    Tony Salmelainen, Edmonton Road Runners
    Valtteri Filppula, Jokerit
    Jarkko Immonen, JYP
    Jani Rita, HPK
    Jussi Pesonen, Ilves
    Riku Hahl, HPK
    Jussi Jokinen, Kärpät
    Niko Kapanen, Zug


    Josef Boumedienne was suppose to be on the team but, well...isn't. Guess there's still some uncertainties about his nationality status.
     
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    Team Sweden:

    1 GK Liv Stefan HV 71 SWE 21.12.80 Gdynia (Pol) 183 80 L
    30 GK Holmqvist Johan Brynäs IF SWE 24.05.78 Tierp 186 90 L

    2 D Jonsson Lars Timrå IK SWE 02.01.82 Borlänge 187 94 L
    4 D Hållberg Per Färjestads BK SWE 24.03.78 Örnsköldsvik 179 83 L
    5 D Lilja Andreas Mora IK SWE 13.07.75 Helsingborg 191 101 L
    6 D Johansson Magnus Linköpings HC SWE 04.09.73 Linköping 178 82 R
    7 D Tallinder Henrik Linköpings HC SWE 10.01.79 Stockholm 193 98 L
    15 D Oduya Johnny Djurgårdens IF SWE 01.10.81 Stockholm 182 89 L
    18 D Johansson Thomas Linköpings HC SWE 18.08.70 Stockholm 185 88 L

    9 F Mårtensson Tony Linköpings HC SWE 23.06.80 Märsta 184 86 L
    12 F Berglund Christian Färjestads BK SWE 12.03.80 Örebro 180 85 L
    13 F Weinhandl Mattias MODO Hockey SWE 01.06.80 Ljungby 182 88 R
    14 F Nordgren Niklas Timrå IK SWE 28.06.79 Själevad 181 84 R
    16 F Franzén Johan Linköpings HC SWE 23.12.79 Landsbro 189 94 L
    17 F Hedström Jonathan Timrå IK SWE 27.12.77 Boliden 183 89 L
    22 F Melin Björn IF Malmö Redhawks SWE 04.07.81 Jönköping 187 83 R
    23 F Tjärnqvist Mathias HV 71 SWE 15.04.79 Umeå 185 87 L
    26 F Rönnqvist Jonas Luleå HF SWE 22.08.73 Kalix 187 91 R
    28 F Nilsson Magnus Timrå IK SWE 01.02.78 Finspång 188 99 L
    29 F Hagos Yared Timrå IK SWE 27.03.83 Stockholm 185 93 L
    51 F Hannula Mika IF Malmö Redhawks SWE 02.04.79 Huddinge 179 86 R
    76 F Davidsson Johan HV 71 SWE 06.01.76 Huskvarna 183 85 L
     
  3. Jussi

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    If some one has the Czech and Russian rosters, feel free to add them.
     
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    Finland have a more competetive team than Sweden, that's for sure. A lot of NHLers, that also participated in the World Cup.

    Sweden's team consist of a lot of hard-working forwards, but aside of Nordgren and Weinhandl there are no pure scorers which will be a problem for the team. Usually Sweden test out a lot of youngsters in this tournament, but not this time. Should be interesting to see Christian Berglund, Björn Melin and Lars Jonsson, however.
     
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    Really? I know like 4 players from the Finnish team :lol
     
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    This is a liste of the players going to the camp :

    Goalies
    Sokolov
    Bryzgalov
    Fomitchev
    Eremenko

    Defensemen
    Proshkin
    Denisov
    Bykov
    Vishnevsky NHL
    A. Markov NHL
    Kondratiev
    Tyutin NHL
    Turkovsky

    Forwards
    Zherdev NHL
    Frolov NHL
    Kudashov
    Saprykin NHL
    Kovalev NHL
    Kovalchuk NHL
    Skugarev
    A. Semin NHL
    Perezhogin
    Kuryanov
    Simakov
    Datsyuk NHL
    Trubachev
    Schastlivy NHL
     
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    Well, there are none on the swedish team :)
     
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    I can't believe they will kick Russia's ass even without NHL players! :eek: :cry:
     
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    Czech roster

    G: Adam Svoboda (Norimberk), Jiøí Trvaj (CSKA Moskva)

    D: Jiøí Fischer (Liberec), Radek Martínek (Èeské Budìjovice), František Ptáèek (Karlovy Vary), Vladimír Sièák (HPK), Tomáš Kaberle (Kladno), Jan Novák (Slavia Praha), Jan Hejda (CSKA Moskva), Martin Škoula (Litvínov)

    F: Jaroslav Hlinka (Kazaò), Michal Mikeska (Pardubice), Tomáš Divíšek (Pardubice), Aleš Hemský (Pardubice), Martin Erat (Zlín), Josef Vašíèek (Slavia Praha), Václav Nedorost (Liberec), Radim Vrbata (Liberec), Ladislav Kohn (Blues Espoo), Tomáš Vlasák (Slavia Praha), Zbynìk Irgl (Vítkovice), Pavel Rosa (Dynamo Moskva), Jaroslav Balaštík (Zlín)
     
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    Oh, I meant the roster is without players that participated in the World Cup. There are some NHLers on the swedish roster, even if not the best.

    Defensemen: Henrik Tallinder, Buffalo; Christian Bäckman, St Louis; Andreas Lilja, Nashville

    Forwards: Christian Berglund, Florida

    Mattias Weinhandl, NY Islanders, is injuried and is replaced by Mikael Samuelsson, last year in Florida.
    Per Hållberg is also injuried and will be replaced by Calgary prospect Jonas Frögren.


    With Weinhandl out, Sweden just have ONE pure goalscorer on the team in Niklas Nordgren :shakehead
     
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    Never heard of any of them ...
     
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    I was hoping Jaana had served out his role on the national team :cry:

    Marko Kiprusoff? wtf :P


    we need a Keenan-type at the helm!
     
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    Jani Rita - Olli Jokinen - Ville Peltonen
    Valtteri Filppula/Teemu Virkkunen - Jarkko Immonen - Jussi Jokinen
    Tony Salmelainen - Niko Kapanen - Jussi Pesonen
    Esa Pirnes - Riku Hahl - Tony Dahlman

    Antti-Jussi Niemi - Petteri Nummelin
    Jaana Niinimaa - Jere Karalahti/Tuomas Eskelinen
    Lasse Kukkonen - Marko Kiprusoff


    Niklas Bäckström
    Fredrik Norrena


    Heck what a strong team! :O
     
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    Finland against Russia:

    Norrena (Bäckström)

    Peltonen - O. Jokinen - J. Jokinen
    Kiprusoff - Nummelin

    Dahlman - Kapanen - Salmelainen
    Karalahti - Saravo

    Pesonen - Immonen - Virkkunen
    Niinimaa - Kukkonen

    Hahl - Pirnes - Rita
    Eskelinen - Filppula (13th forward)

    Earlier today, the Czechs beat Sweden 4-3 after a penalty shoot-out. Videos from the game in here (under Senaste video, "siste tre målen" and in the miniwindow click on "första tre målen, shoo-out in "straffavgörande"): http://svt.se/svt/jsp/Crosslink.jsp?d=19901
     
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    Czech- Sweden so 4-3 (2-1,0-0,1-2)

    4.30 1-0 Ales Hemsky (Radim Vrbata , Jan Hejda)
    6.53 1-1 Lars Jonsson
    9.15 2-1 Pavel Rosa (Michal Mikeska)
    42.35 3-1 Josef Vasicek(Thomas Kaberle)
    46.21 3-2 Sanny Lindström (Niklas Nordgren)
    47.30 3-3 Christian Berglund (Johan Franzen, Jimmie Olvestad)

    shotout Tomas Vlasak CZE

    Goalies
    Jiri Trvaj CZE: 6+9+12=27
    Johan Holmqvist SWE: 9+3+ 4=16
     
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    Russia wins 2-1

    Russia; Kovalchuk and Tyutin
    Finland; Peltonen

    Anyone knows if Perezhogin played in the game, can't find the roster :help:
     
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    Former or Current Anaheim Duck Prospects everywhere on that forward roster.
     
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    I just watched the 2nd and 3rd periods of Russia vs. Finland, and I gotta say 2 things :

    - the Russians gave the impression that they were playing with each other for the first time

    - individually the Russians have so much more talent on their team, that I'm surprised the game ended only 2-1 and not 5-1.

    The top line of Kovalchuk - Datsyuk - Kovalev obviously dominated the game, but Semin and Fedor Fedorov played great too.
     
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    What about Ovechkin and Perezhogin?
     
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    Ovechkin is with U-20 team.
    He is only 19 and it's strange already to watch main team without this kid .
     
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    Yeah, it wasn't a very good game by us. Maybe they'll rebound just like at the Karjala Cup? Nummelin will be out for the tournament with a hand (?) injury so that will limit our offense even more. Did you also notice the insane amount of clutching and grabbing (by both sides) the ref allowed in the game?
     
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    Yeah I thought that the game was ugly overall ... both teams couldn't really move around the offensive zone and build up any combinations.
     
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