WJC Division 1 group A

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  1. Belizarius

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    1st day results
    France 1-2 Slovenia
    Goals : DaCosta / Kopitar, Podpac
    Saves : Pingrit 21 / Kroselj 17

    Ukraine 1-6 Denmark
    Goals : Gumenyuk / Hansen, Madsen, Christensen (2), Jensen, Jakobsen
    Saves : Sorokolat 24 / Nielsen 23

    Japan 1-8 Germany
    Goals : Gawlik, Kramer, Muller (2), Gogulla (1G, 3A), Danner, Schutz, Tepper
    Saves : Ohshima and Takashima 28 combined / Greiss 19
     
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    way to go !
     
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    I was just thinking why Hans Zach played Oliver Jonas in Cologne during the last two weeks...now I know why...
     
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    Is that Marcel Müller from the Polar Bears?
     
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    Germany won a tight game 1-0 vs France.
    Ziffzer had 27 saves as Germany killed many penalties including a 5-on-3 in the 3rd.

    French Mickael Gasnier finished with 26 saves.
    The goal was scored by David Cespiva assisted by Muller and Schietzold, just as a German 5-on-3 PP expired.
     
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    Denmark - Japan 7:5 (1:1,3:3,3:1)

    1:0 JPN EQ Kuji (3)
    1:1 DEN EQ Madsen (8)
    1:2 JPN PP2 Ueno (Kuji, 24)
    1:3 JPN EQ Kokubo (26)
    2:3 DEN PP1 Jakobsen (Moller, Larsen, 27)
    3:3 DEN PP2 Madsen (Eskesen, Hansen, 33)
    3:4 DEN PP1 Christensen (Moller, 34)
    4:4 JPN PP2 Kuji (Ueno, 39)
    5:4 DEN EQ Jakobsen (45)
    6:4 DEN EQ Jensen (Madsen, 53)
    6:5 JPN EQ Kokubo (Yamamoto, 58)
    7:5 DEN EN Jensen (60)
     
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    Slovenia - Ukraine 8:2 (2:1,3:0,3:1)


    1:0 SLO EQ Pretnar (Jakopič, 14)
    2:0 SLO PP1 Vidmar (Stopar, 17)
    2:1 UKR EQ Ogleznev (20)
    3:1 SLO PP1 Vidmar (25)
    4:1 SLO EQ Muršak (Vidmar, 32)
    5:1 SLO EQ Podpac (Jakopič, 40)
    6:1 SLO EQ Kopitar (Kovačevič, MurÅ¡ak, 46)
    7:1 SLO EQ MurÅ¡ak (Ahačič, 51)
    8:1 SLO EQ Kopitar (Kovačevič, 58)
    8:2 UKR PP1 Podkosov (Ogleznev, 59)

    Shots on goal 44-23 :amazed:


    :)
     
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    France defense and goalie Mickael Gasnier were under control as they shutout Japan 3-0.
    Gasnier finished with 23 saves. Goals by defenseman Simonneau SH (+1 assist), Sasha Treille x2 (former Blackhawks draft pick and AHLer Yorrick Treille brother).

    32 to 34 PIM.
     
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    Go Madsen! GO!
     
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    Japan - France 0:3 (0:0,0:3,0:0)

    0:1 FRA SH1 Simonneau (Fleury, 25)
    0:2 FRA PP1 Treille (Simonneau, da Costa, 29)
    0:3 FRA EQ Treille (35)



    Germany - Ukraine 3:0 (2:0,1:0,0:0)

    1:0 GER EQ Awlik (Schutz, 7)
    2:0 GER PP1 Schymainski (Muller, 17)
    3:0 GER EQ Schlager (31)


    Shots on goal 29-6,no shots on goal in first period for Ukraine despite of 3 new players for Ukraine fresh from the US:Oleksandr Romanenko, Pavek Kozhokin in Dmytry Naido


    at 20.00 big match between Slovenia and Denmark
     
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    Denmark defeats Slovenia 3-2. A big game shaping up between Denmark and Germany!
     
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    Did you happen to see the game? I'm wondering how Hansen looks. I read he got 2 goals, including the game winner.
     
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    How's Felix Shutz playing? He's been fun to watch over here this year.
     
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    Congrats to that,but if there was a different referee instead that ******* lastnight,we could win.
     
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    Germany beat Denmark 6-1, making them 4-0 with only 2 goals conceeded to 18 goals scored

    Gawlik with 3 goal against making 5 goals in 4 games.

    Greiss's stellar play continues with 28 saves, after his shutout against Ukraine yesterday.

    Now lets just finish the job against Slovenia and get promoted.
     
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    France 1-1 Ukraine
    05:39 0:1 UKR EQ 15 BORYSENKO Pavlo 13 DOVBYSH Valerii
    30:30 1:1 FRA PP1 12 PEPY Quentin 7 SIMONNEAU Pierre-Antoine, 4 MANAVIAN Antonin


    Goalies :
    France, Gasnier 11/12
    Ukraine, Sorocolat 38/39

    Unfortunatly, again a big game for France but no win.
    France took just 4 goals in 4 games. But only scored 5... good tournament but I would have dream of a better result...
     
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    I don't know, why Thomas Greiss(drafted by San José) plays so amazing these months...

    If you take a look at the DEL-stats, Thomas Greiss is the best goalie of the whole league, and that with 19:

    1.Thomas Greiss: 94,83%
    2.Tomas Pöpperle: 93,44%
    3.Jimmy Waite: 92,52%
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    10.Frederic Chabot(Ex-NHLer): 91,63%
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    14.Trevor Kidd(Ex-NHLer): 90,75%

    will he be the next Kölzig??

    Bye and greetings from Berlin
     
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    Ukraine - Japan 6:4 (0:2,4:0,2:2)


    0:1 JPN EQ Ishikawa (Tsuchizuka, 1)
    0:2 JPN EQ Sadamune (Tsuchizuka, 8)
    1:2 UKR SH1 Yegorov (21)
    2:2 UKR PP1 Podkosov (28)
    3:2 UKR PP1 Naida (33)
    4:2 UKR EQ Rudenko (40)
    5:2 UKR PP1 Naida (Nimenko, 42)
    6:2 UKR EQ Kozhokin (Nimenko, 44)
    6:3 JPN PP2 Sadamune (Sugimoto, 45)
    6:4 JPN Kuji (Ueno, 46)



    Denmark - France 3:3 (3:0,0:2,0:1)

    1:0 DEN EQ M Madsen (Jensen, D Madsen, 1)
    2:0 DEN PP1 Astrup (Lorentsen, 12)
    3:0 DEN EQ Gunnarsson (Ma Bodker, 14)
    3:1 FRA PP1Trabichet (Masson, 24)
    3:2 FRA EQ Decock (Fleury, 30)
    3:3 FRA PP1 Pepy (Paillet, 48)


    As suspected the last game will decide who will be promoted.
     
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    Again a good game for France. Pingrid took 2 goals in the first 10 minutes, than Gasnier another one. But he was solid the rest of the game as France rallied from that 3 goals deficit.
    France dominated with 30 shoots... Gasnier finished the tournament with a 0.72 GAA and a .96 save percentage in 230 minutes played (73 saves on 76 shots).
     
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    It's really incredible, I mean, a 0.78 GAA and a 96.05 save percentage is inhuman, but it's still not enough to be the best in the tournament, as Thomas Greiss has a 0.5 GAA and 97.75 save percentage.
    Add Youri Ziffzers's shutout and Germany only let in two goals on 116 shots, for a save percentage somewhere above 98%.

    It's a pity that this team didn't have the chance to compete against the best of the world. They still would have lost most of the games against the really big nations, but it's one of the best German teams in years and if one of them had a chance to surprise, it's this team.
     
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    It really is a shame. They got the job done and that in impressive fashion and leading all statistics. Goals for 20 together with danmark, Goals against with 2, Player with most points (Gogulla and Mueller with 7), Most Goals (Gawlik with 6), save percentage shutouts.
    At least Gawlik Gogulla and Schuetz can play next year so we are getting a main part of our offensiv production back.

    I mean for Greiss I think I have to say no more. This kid is purely amazing, shame he can not prove himself against the topnations this year. I just hope he gets taken to Turin, which he deserves..
     
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    I think Germany had some pretty good prospects.
    Still, What France managed to do this week seems to be more impressive because of the level of play of the 2 nations... Unfortunatly France wasn't sstrong at scoring but only lost 1-0 to Germany, dominating them most of the game. France was the biggest threat for Germany this week.
     
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    As I posted on another thread - its all credit to Thomas Greiss between the pipes - hes an outstanding goali prospect and will for sure play some day in overseas. Great talent this kid!! Best young goaltender Ive ever seen at this age in the DEL. Best player in this team also at the WJC 1 .. this team deserves to be again at the elite level. Some good young guns also up fron with Berlin's Gawlik and Danner from Frankfurt.

    Best roster germany had for a couple of years I guess .. way to go Team Germany!
    Ahhh felt good say after havnt said it for a while :)
     
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