U17 World Hockey Challenge Thread

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  1. cagney

    cagney cdojdmccjajgejncjaba

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    Figured I'd start a thread for discussion about this tournament. The first exhibition games have started and the games that count will get started tomorrow.

    Link to U17 Site
     
  2. cagney

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    The US won thier exhibition game against Team Pacific earlier today by a score of 3-1...

    USA Hockey Wrap-Up

    The only score which was put up on the Hockey Canada site was for this game although it has since been taken down, probably because the stat system they are using was incorporating the exhibition scores into the tournament scoring. While the score was close the US outshot Team Pacific by 15+ shots (US had around 40-45 shots while Pacific had about 25+ IIRC). If the US can carry this kind of play into the tournament they should be very strong.
     
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    Does anyone know the score in Ontario's exhibition game?
     
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    You should probably make this thread a sticky so it will stay up on the first page...

    For some reason Hockey Canada has the 5-2 Ontario game against the Czechs. Of course it's the Slovaks they beat...

    Here's the exhibition scores:

    ON 5 SVK 2 ex
    WST 7 GER 5 ex
    PAC 1 USA 3 ex
    QC 3 RUS 3 ex
    ATL 2 FIN 5 ex

    And the games on today:

    01 15:30 SVK vs USA Mile One Stadium
    02 15:30 RUS vs PAC Glacier
    03 19:30 ON vs FIN Glacier
    04 18:30 Opening Ceremonies Mile One Stadium
    05 19:30 QC vs ATL

    The Russia-Pacific game should be one of the better games of the day, although the Atlantic-Quebec would be interesting to me (if only I were there).

    Hope to see some game reports from folks on the Rock...
     
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    Where can we get the rosters for each team?
     
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    Go RUSSIA!

    3rd period

    3-1 Rus-Pacific

    one question.

    who should be the strongest of the canadian teams? Quebec?
     
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    3-3 ... :madfire:
     
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    its not our day :shakehead
     
  11. cagney

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    Most would probably say that Team Pacific has the strongest roster on paper as far as the Canadian teams go. Gilbert Brule, who scored the two goals the tie the game late, is possibly the best '87 born player in North America after Crosby.
     
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    thx!
     
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    Anyone see Phil Kessel play in these games yet?
     
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    Gilbert Brule nets 2 goals and adds an assist to lead Team Pacific in their opening game at the U17 World Tournament. Russia had led 3 - 1 until Brule stepped it up! Brock Bradford had 2 assists and Danny Bertram had 1 assist. Nick Drazenovic from the PG Cougars of the WHL had the first Team Pacific goal.

    Team Pacific has a very tough sched and they could very well miss the playoff round if they don't gel right away. Ontario and Quebec should be the next strongest Canadian regions.
     
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    Wow, 5-1 Ontario over Finland very early in the 2nd!
     
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    I'm friends with one of the players on Team Pacific and apparently Bertram tore his MCL. Not a good sign for that team.
     
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    Team Ontario SMASHED the Finns 9-2! This is suppose to be a down year for Ontario but you wouldn't know it by their play.
     
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    As I'll try to do during the tournament, I'll post the results from the previous day's games (won't be able to do so on Thursday or Sunday):

    Dec. 29, 2003

    SVK 1 vs USA 5
    RUS 3 vs PAC 3
    ON 9 vs FIN 2
    QC 4 vs ATL 7

    Highlighted players...

    USA: Phil Kessel 1 G (Star of the Game), Nick Foligno 1 G 1 A, Peter Mueller 2 A, Jeff Frazee 28 SV
    Slovakia: Tomas Marcinko 1 G, Vladimir Kovac 51 SV (Star of the Game)

    Russia: Vitaly Lyapunov 1 G 1 A, Igor Makarov 2 A, Ilja Proskuryakov 32 SV (Star of the Game)
    Pacific: Gilbert Brule 2 G 1 A (Star of the Game), Brock Bradford 2 A, Carey Price 27 SV

    Ontario: Gordon Downie 2 G 1 A, Andrew Cogliano 1 G 3 A, Richard Clune 1 G 3 A, Kyle Lamb 1 G 1 A, Jhase Sniderman 19 SV
    Finland: Joonas Enlund 1 G, Perttu Lindgren 1 G, Timo Seppanen (Star of the Game), Juha Toivonen 41 SV

    Atlantic: Justin Saulnier 2 G 3 A (Star of the Game), Daniel Ryder 2 G, Kenzie Sheppard 2 A, Geoff Walker 2 A, Ryan Mior 52 SV
    Quebec: Francis Charrette 2 G 1 A (Star of the Game), Guillaume Latendresse 2 A, Francis Charland-Guerette 1 G 1 A, Maxime Roy-Desruisseaux 23 SV


    And here's today's games:

    Dec. 30, 2003

    SVK vs GER
    RUS vs WST
    FIN vs PAC
    ATL vs USA
     
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    I didn't know Team Ontario had recruited the Tragically Hip. ;)

    It's Steve Downie.
     
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    Rus-Wes 6-2 !

    Churilov 3 points! :handclap:
     
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    This kid is awesome ! Maybe the next Kovalchuk ? :lol:
     
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    we will see ... ;)
     
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    Ha, ha, ha!!! Guess my inside joke made the news here... thanks for catching that error.
     
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    Here's the results from today's games:

    Dec. 30, 2003

    SVK 5 vs GER 1
    RUS 6 vs WST 2
    FIN 1 vs PAC 6
    ATL 3 vs USA 10

    Highlighted players:

    Slovakia: David Skokan 1 G 2 A, David Buc 1 G 1 A, Michal Klejna 1 G 1 A, Marek Biro 2 A, Marek Bartanus 1 G (Star of the Game), Vladimir Kovac 36 SV

    Germany: Andre Schietzold 1 G, Philip Gogulla 1 A (Star of the Game), Daniel Kovacic 21 SV


    Russia: Egor Zharkov 2 G 1 A, Gennady Churilov 1 G 2 A (Star of the Game), Alexander Bumagin 2 A, Sergey Letunovski 16 SV

    Western: Michael Kaye 1 G (Star of the Game), Alex Archibald 12 SV/16 SHT, Real Cyr 17 SV/19 SHT


    Pacific: Jerrid Sauer 1 G 1 A, Dustin Kohn 1 A (Star of the Game), Carey Price 21 SV

    Finland: Joonas Koskinen 1 G, Jani Nieminen 25 SV (Star of the Game)


    USA: Nathan Lawrence 2 G 1 A (Star of the Game), Nathan Gerbe 2 G, Jimmy Fraser 2 G, Nick Foligno 1 G 1 A, Ryan Stoa 1 G 1 A, Jack Skille 2 A, Mark Mitera 2 A, Phil Kessel 1 A, Billy Blase 15 SV

    Atlantic: Dean Ouellet 2 G (Star of the Game), Jordan Clendenning 2 A, Justin Saulnier 1 A, Daniel Ryder 1 A, Ben McFarlane 27 SV/34 SHT, Ryan Mior 23 SV/26 SHT



    And here's what ahead for Wednesday:

    Dec. 31, 2003

    10 13:30 GER vs QC Mile One Stadium
    11 13:30 WST vs ON Glacier
    12 17:30 FIN vs RUS Glacier
    13 17:30 ATL vs SVK Mile One Stadium
     
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    Whew. After the first games I feared the world was coming to an end, but now Finland seems to be getting their traditional trouncing after all.
     
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