WJC: Dec 30 GDT - Finland vs. Switzerland

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  1. Predatore

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    3-2 for Finland.
     
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    Cool, another game i'll miss. Does anyone know if this game is available in a recorded form or something like that? YLE's extended highlight reel wont help either.
     
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    It will be a very difficult game for Finland but my prediction is a 3-1!

    Goals Finland: Lindgren, Lehtonen, Joensuu
     
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    oh...you mean the other way around. 3-2 for the Swiss.
     
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    6-1 Fin

    Lehtonen 3, Enlund 2, Komarov
     
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    4-3 Swiss. Berra with impressive performance.
     
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    Finland's first line continues its superb performance. 5-1 to Finland - goals for Osala, Lehtonen, Lindgren, Laakso and Lahti.
     
  9. RorschachWJK

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    Finland gets the early lead: PP goal by Osala, assisted by Lehtonen and Lindgren. Looking good so far.
     
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    Yeah. This is going to be an easy one.
     
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    2-0 Osala again on PP
     
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    Certainly looks that way! :) Another PPG by Osala, this time assisted by Lindgren only.
     
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    Looking good for Finland so far! But the IIHF scoreboard has a very optimistic look at Finland's first goal:

    View attachment 20037

    Game winning Goal! ;)
     
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    Our guys are taking too many penalties...
     
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    Yes, but they should avoid receiving all the times penalties for slashing, misconduct because checking from behind etc. Especially 10 minutes penalties for checking from behind are really useless. I don't know why finnish players are weakening their team all the time with such unnecessary penalties.
     
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    Jep! But that will update, IF the Swiss get a goal
     
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    From the scoresheet a good period for Finland, minus the penalties. What was the misconduct for? (Ahh, checking from behind.) Is this game being show live in Finland? Any radio coverage?
     
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    Agreed, and I don't know why they do it. Perhaps they are a little too psyched?
     
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    Not!

    The Swiss are always dangerous in the WJC's.

    We have already taken 5 minor penalties.

    It seems like our boys need to calm down or maybe Marcus Vinnerborg is reffing this game :madfire:
     
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    Petteri: Not live, but YLE TV2 will show the game starting from 1650 hrs (you probably knew that).

    We are certainly getting too much penalties again. In the first two games there were a couple of easy whistles among them, however. The bigger team gets penalties easier from tackles?
     
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    Matti I'm just trusting our guys, ok? ;)
     
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    Bykov's son should be more careful while taking penalties
     
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    Comoon Finland...We are still waiting that 3rd goal
     
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    You got it! :handclap:
     
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    3-0 Lindgren PP works again. Job done.. Go Fin Go!!
     

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