World Championship Rosters

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  1. Robertsson 4-ever

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    It would be nice to see what players the top countires will have in World Champs, and how the rosters look at the moment (without all NHL additions). I assume most contries, just like Sweden, plays friendlies with preliminary rosters at the moment.
     
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    Here is Swedens roster as it looks a the moment:

    Goaltenders:
    Stefan Liv, HV 71 (Detroit)
    Daniel Henriksson, Luleå

    Defense:
    Johan Fransson, Luleå (2004 eligable)
    Mats Hansson, Timrå
    Magnus Johansson, Langnau
    Thomas Johansson, Linköping
    Sanny Lindström, Timrå (Colorado)
    Thomas Rhodin, Fribourg
    Ronnie Sundin, Frölunda

    Offense:
    Niklas Andersson, Frölunda
    Johan Franzen, Linköping
    Yared Hagos, Timrå (Dallas)
    Jonathan Hedström, Djurgården (Anaheim)
    Jonas Höglund, Davos
    Magnus Kahnberg, Frölunda (Carolina)
    Magnus Nilsson, Luleå (Detroit)
    Niklas Nordgren, Timrå (Carolina)
    Jonas Rönnqvist, Luleå (Anaheim)
    Andreas Salomonsson, Modo (Washington)
    Fredrik Sjöström, Phoenix Coyotes
    Alexander Steen, Frölunda (Toronto)
    Christian Söderström, Timrå (Detroit)


    Player in bold have a really good chance to make the final roster, the players in Italic have to impress in the pre-games, and also depends on who will be avaliable from the NHL. Likly Samuel Påhlsson, Kristian Huselius and Niclas Hävelid will join from NA.

    The team doesn't include players playing the final series in Sweden, and at leats three forwards will join from these teams (Jönsson, Nordström, Davidsson).
     
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    I know that Kovalchuk, Morozov and Kalinin will play for Russia.

    I don't understant Czech, but the hokej.cz website is mentioning these players: Cechmanek, Spacek, Kaberle, Modry, Rachunek, Skoula, Kuba, Melichar, Prospal, Sykora, Vyborny, Kraft, Straka, Dvorak, Hemsky, Hlavac and Jagr.

    http://www.hokej.cz/index.php?akce=clanek&webid=259&id=20931
     
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    Four players from HIFK are added to finnish camp: Jere Karalahti, Toni Söderholm, Timo Pärssinen and Kimmo Kuhta
     
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    The only player I know for sure that is on the U.S. team at this point is Ty Conklin from the Edmonton Oilers.
     
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    The Swedish roster has been changed since Påhlsson, Tjärnqvist, Tärnström and Hävelid have arrived from NHL. A lot of cuts have been made, I wish we do as you do in Finland, and go with big rosters with much competition. Now there are only three (!) lines on the team, although additions are waiting from the SEL final teams, but offensive threats like Alex Steen and Niklas Nordgren could need the experience with team even if they not make the final roster. Anyway, here is how it looks at the moment (At leats according to Aftonbladet, can't find the cut anywhere eles, but they have talked to Ulf Dahlen, ass coach, so I assume it's right):

    Henrik Lundqvist, Frölunda
    Daniel Henriksson, Luleå

    Thomas Johansson, Linköping
    Ronnie Sundin, Frölunda
    Thomas Rhodin, Freiburg
    Dick Tärnström, Pittsburgh
    Daniel Tjärnqvist, Atlanta
    Niclas Hävelid, Anaheim

    Jonas Höglund, Davos
    Jonas Rönnqvist, Luleå
    Magnus Nilsson, Timrå
    Samuel PÃ¥hlsson, Anaheim
    Fredrik Sjöström, Phoenix
    Johan Franzen, Linköping
    Jonathan Hedström, Djurgården
    Magnus Kahnberg, Frölunda
    Niklas Andersson, Frölunda
     
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    Here's the U.S. roster thus far: http://www.usahockey.com/usa_hockey/main/home/04mwc_17names_040904//


    Not to bad:


    2004 United States Men’s National Team

    GOALTENDERS (3)
    No. Name Ht. (cm) Wt. (kg) Birthdate S/C Birthplace 2003-04 Team
    29 Ty Conklin 6-0 (184) 180 (82) 3/30/76 L Anchorage, Alaska Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
    1 Mike Dunham 6-3 (190) 195 (88.5) 6/1/72 L Johnson City, N.Y. New York Rangers (NHL)
    32 Alex Westlund 5-10 (179) 180 (82) 12/28/75 R Flemington Village, N.J. Yaroslavl Lokomotiv (Russian Elite League)

    DEFENSEMEN (4)
    2 Brett Hauer 6-2 (189) 205 (93) 7/11/71 R Edina, Minn. Geneva-Servette (Swiss National League)
    34 Jeff Jillson 6-3 (190) 220 (100) 7/24/80 R North Smithfield, R.I. Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
    -- Paul Mara 6-4 (193) 218 (99) 9/7/79 L Ridgewood, N.Y. Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)
    3 Aaron Miller 6-4 (193) 210 (95.5) 8/11/71 R Buffalo, N.Y. Los Angeles Kings (NHL)

    FORWARDS (10)
    13 Bates Battaglia 6-2 (189) 210 (95.5) 12/13/75 L Chicago, Ill. Washington Capitals (NHL)
    9 Dustin Brown 6-0 (184) 200 (91) 11/4/84 R Ithaca, N.Y. Los Angeles Kings (NHL)
    17 Matt Cullen 6-3 (193) 218 (99) 11/2/76 L Virginia, Minn. Florida Panthers (NHL)
    23 Chris Drury 5-10 (179) 180 (82) 8/20/76 R Trumbull, Conn. Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
    25 Mike Grier 6-1 (186) 220 (100) 6/21/77 R Mannheim, Germany Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
    11 Jeff Halpern 6-0 (184) 201 (91.5) 5/3/76 R Potomac, Md. Washington Capitals (NHL)
    12 Ryan Malone 6-4 (193) 215 (97.5) 12/1/79 L Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)
    18 Richard Park 5-11 (181) 190 (86.5) 5/27/76 R Seoul, South Korea Minnesota Wild (NHL)
    6 Andy Roach 5-11 (181) 181 (82.5) 8/22/73 R Mattawan, Mich. Mannheim Eagles (German Elite League)
    7 Erik Westrum 6-0 (184) 204 (92) 7/26/79 L Minneapolis, Minn. Phoenix Coyotes (NHL)
     
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    I think that roster looks pretty strong (the american one).
    I look forward to see Dustin Brown and Ryan Malone play on the larger surface.
    The only players I am unfamiliar with are goalie Alex Westlund and forward Andy Roach.
     
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    It's light years ahead of last years roster. It looks like there are at least two forward and three defensemen slots to fill, which could make things even better. Good, possibly great goaltending, a mobile, offensive defense, and some very quick skilled forwards make things half way promising.
     
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    Yeah, I'm pretty pleased. It's nice these guys want to play for their country and realize what's at stake. This is team capable of medaling IMO.
     
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    Alex Westlund have been around the lower leagues in NA for some time, didn't know hi was in Russia now though. I researched some 'cause I thought he might be swedish some seasons ago. :joker:
     
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    Chris Drury, Paul Mara and Aaron Miller are likely bubble guys for the World Cup Team in September, Miller and Drury both made the 02 Olympic team and should make the World Cup with a strong WC's. As we have seen with Team Canada, expect to see alot of good players commit to play in this tourney in hopes it will boost their stock for the World Cup. One look at Team USA's roster last year, in a non-World Cup year proves this, there wasn't much incentive to play for the better players.

    If Dallas losses in the first round, obviously guys like Guerin and Modano wouldn't have to play in the Worlds to earn a World Cup spot, but if Calgary losses you'd better bet going to the Worlds would help out guys like Craig Conroy and Jordan Leopold earn World Cup spots.
     
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    team USA

    USA looks better than ever in world champs, anything to do with world cup?

    G
    Ty Conklin (Edmonton Oilers)
    Mike Dunham (New York Rangers)
    Alex Westlund (Yaroslavl Lokomotiv)

    D
    Jeff Jillson (Buffalo Sabres)
    Paul Mara (Phoenix Coyotes)
    Aaron Miller (Los Angeles Kings)
    Brett Hauer (Geneva-Servette)

    F
    Bates Battaglia (Washington Capitals)
    Dustin Brown (Los Angeles Kings)
    Matt Cullen (Florida Panthers)
    Chris Drury (Buffalo Sabres)
    Jeff Halpern (Washington Capitals)
    Ryan Malone (Pittsburgh Penguins)
    Richard Park (Minnesota Wild)
    Erik Westrum (Phoenix Coyotes)
    Andy Roach (Mannheim Eagles)
    Mike Grier (Buffalo Sabres)
     
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    andy roach of mannheim is a small speedy d´man(!) often used up front. he´s one of the most versatile players in DEL (german league). great player!
     
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    Apologies to Rabid Ranger, don´t no how i didn´t notice your team USA post.

    Well here is Finnish team roster in game against Denmark at tuesday 13.4.

    Goalies:
    Noronen Mika, Buffalo Sabres
    Norrena Fredrik, Linköpings HC

    Defence:
    Haakana Kari, MODO Örnsköldsvik
    Karalahti Jere, HIFK
    Korhonen Jari, JYP
    Mäntylä Tuukka, Luleå HF
    Niemi Antti-Jussi, V.Frölunda Göteborg
    Porkka Toni, Lukko
    Saravo Pekka, Tappara
    Söderholm Toni, HIFK

    Forwards:
    Hagman Niklas, Florida Panthers
    Hentunen Jukka, HC Fribourg-Gotteron
    Immonen Jarkko, JYP Jyväskylä
    Kallio Tomi, V.Frölunda Göteborg
    Kuhta Kimmo, HIFK
    Laaksonen Antti, Minnesota Wild
    Pakaslahti Petri, Jokerit Helsinki
    Pirjetä Lasse, Pittsburgh Penguins
    Pirnes Esa, Los Angeles Kings
    Pärssinen Timo, HIFK
    Rintanen Kimmo, Flyers Kloten
    Virta Tony, HPK

    The following players wont be joining the team against Denmark:

    Rajamäki Erkki, Ilves
    Dahlman Toni, Ilves
    Markkanen Jussi, Edmonton Oilers

    Olli Jokinen joins the team 17.4. and plays against Sweden in Euro Hockey Tour –Final game, Fin-Swe, in Hartwall Arena at sunday 18.4. klo 18.00.

    Link - http://www.finhockey.fi/taustasivut/artikkeliarkisto/?num=62770
     
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    Johan Davidsson, Jörgen Jönsson, Mattias Remstam, Andreas Salomonsson (Forwards) Jonas Frögren, Per Hållberg (D-men) have been added to the swedish roster.

    Roster:
    G: Liv, Lundqvist, Henriksson
    D: Tärnström, Tjärnqvist, Hävelid, T Johansson, R Sundin, Hållberg, Frögren, Rhodin
    C: Jönsson, Davidsson, Påhlsson, Franzen
    W: Höglund, Salomonsson, Kahnberg, N Andersson, Hedström, Sjöström, Rönnqvist, M Nilsson, Remstam
     
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    I think both Canada and the US will have very strong teams this year because of players wanting to make make a good impression so they can be selected to the World Cup. Most years the US team is so weak that it faces regulation. Even Canada has had problems getting players in the past.

    Could we see our first North American final?
     
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    Denmark's WC roster

    Goaltenders
    Jan Jensen, Esbjerg
    Michael Madsen, Herlev
    Peter Hirsch, Rungsted (Malmö Redhawks, SEL - next season)

    Defensemen
    Andreas Andreasen, Esbjerg
    Christian Schioldan, Frederikshavn
    Dan Jensen, Herning
    Daniel Nielsen, Herning
    Frederik Ã…kesson, Aalborg
    Jesper Damgaard, MoDo (Sweden, SEL)
    Jesper Duus, Herlev
    Morten Dahlmann, Rungsted

    Forwards
    Alexander Sundberg, Odense
    Bent Christensen, Odense
    Bo Nordby, AaB
    Frans Nielsen, Malmö (Sweden, SEL)
    Jens Nielsen, Leksand (Sweden, SEL)
    Kim Staal, Malmö (Sweden, SEL)
    Mads True, Odense
    Michael Smidt, AaB
    Mike Grey, Frederikshavn
    Morten Green, MoDo (Sweden, SEL)
    Nicolas Monberg, Rungsted
    Ronny Larsen, AaB
    Thor Dresler, Herlev
    Kasper Degn, Herning
     
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    Team Switzerland - update 13 April

    Team Switzerland starts its training camp today (located in Wintherhur, Switzerland). The team plays two exhibition games vs Denmark on 15 and 17 April (both at home ground)

    Goaltenders
    Marco Bührer (Bern)
    Martin Gerber (Anaheim, NHL)
    Ronnie Rüeger (Lugano)
    Simon Züger (Ambri)

    Defensemen
    Beat Forster (Davos)
    Lukas Gerber (Fribourg)
    Andreas Hänni (Lugano)
    Steve Hirschi (Lugano)
    David Jobin (Bern)
    Olivier Keller (Lugano)
    Reto Kobach (Ambri)
    Mathias Seger (ZSC Lions)
    Martin Steinegger (Bern)
    Mark Streit (ZSC Lions)

    Forwards
    Andres Ambühl (Davos)
    Goran Bezina (Springfield, ECHL)
    Luca Cereda (Bern)
    Flavien Conne (Lugano)
    Patric Della Rossa (ZSC Lions)
    Patrick Fischer (Zug)
    Sandy Jeannin (Lugano)
    Marcel Jenni (Färjestads BK, Sweden)
    Thibaut Monnet (SCL TIGERS)
    Patrick Oppliger (Zug)
    Thierry Paterlini (Davos),
    Martin Plüss (Kloten)
    Marc Reichert (Kloten)
    Ivo Rüthemann (Bern)
    Daniel Steiner (SCL TIGERS)
    Adrian Wichser (Lugano)
    Valentin Wirz (Fribourg)
    Thomas Ziegler (Bern).

    link: http://www.sehv.ch/d/news/
     
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    Team Germany - roster as of 13 April

    Olaf Kölzig (Washington Capitals) and Jochen Hecht (Buffalo) will participate in the WC for Germany. Here is Germany's roster as of 13 April. The roster has no players from Frankfurt Lions and Berlin Eisbären since these teams currently are playing for the German championship. The figures in parantheses denotes GP, G, A and P for Team Germany.

    Goaltenders
    37. Olaf Kölzig, Washington Capitals, NHL. (16 - 0 - 0 - 0)
    40. Alexander Jung, Düsseldorf Metro Stars (20 - 0 - 0 - 0)
    80. Robert Müller, Krefeld Penguine (63 - 0 - 0 - 0)

    Defensemen
    2. Jochen Molling, Adler Mannheim (114 - 1 - 5 - 6)
    9. Heiko Smazal, Hamburg Freezers (43 - 2 - 5 - 7)
    12. Mirko Lüdemann, Kölner Haie (116 - 13 - 20 - 33)
    31. Andreas Renz, Kölner Haie (91 - 3 - 2 - 5)
    36. Erich Goldmann, iserlohn Roosters (109 - 5 - 8 - 13)
    41. Daniel Kunce, Krefeld Penguine (94 - 7 - 9 - 16)
    58. Lasse Kopitz, Nürnberg Ice Tigers (25 - 5 - 7 - 12)
    76. Stephan Retzer, Kassel Huskies (33 - 3 - 5 - 8)
    83. Jan Benda, AK Bars Kazan, Russia (141 - 29 - 36 - 65)

    Forwards
    17. Jochen Hecht, Buffalo Sabres, NHL (50 - 11 - 5 - 16)
    21. Stefan Ustorf, Krefeld Penguine (81 - 12 - 10 - 22)
    26. Daniel Kreutzer, Düsseldorf Metro Stars (103 - 22 - 22 - 44)
    27. Tobias Abstreiter, Kassel Huskies (101 - 10 - 26 - 36)
    32. Tomas Martinec, Adler Mannheim (30 - 5 - 1 - 6)
    34. Eduard Lewandowski, Kölner Haie (49 - 4 - 9 - 13)
    39. Thomas Greilinger, Nürnberg Ice Tigers (50 - 9 - 12 - 21)
    47. Christoph Ullmann, Adler Mannheim (8 - 2 - 1 - 3)
    49. Klaus Kathan, Adler Mannheim (105 - 24 - 27 - 51)
    55. Boris Blank, Kölner Haie (44 - 5 - 3 - 8)
    72. Petr Fical, Nürnberg Ice Tigers (6 - 0 - 2 - 2)
    73. Tino Boos, Kölner Haie (53 - 11 - 10 - 21)
    75. Andreas Morczinietz, Kölner Haie (44 - 9 - 10 - 19)

    Germany will play three more exhibition games before the World Championship - two against Austria (15 and 17 April) and one against USA (21 April).

    link: Hockeyweb.de, Phase III der WM-Vorbereitung mit Olaf Kölzig und Jochen Hecht
     
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    I just visited your International Hockey Gang message boards and I must say that you do a great job there. Anyone from HF who hasn't checked it out should (link below). We have a good group of international posters here at HF but for the most part the international section here is subsidiary the NHL topics above. It's also great to see a "true" international board where the posters have respect for each other. The only other international message board I've really seen is at IHWC.net and some of the messages there are just so mean spirited (especially when you're an American hockey fan) that I never had the desire to post there. I've signed up to your message board and put it in my favorites so hopefully I'll make a good addition. :)

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    Thanks Cagney. What actually got the whole thing started was a reaction to all the flaming in the IHWC forums. Originally, we were around 15 web friends from ten countries who had a mutual interest in international hockey and wanted to learn more about other countries' players, leagues and hockey programs. We have been around since 2001, mostly in the IHWC forums which also existed after the world championship. Last Autumn, the IHWC.net didn't work properly, and we decided to create to own forum and web site. We are now 50 members from fourteen countries, and in these days up to the World Championship we are getting new members every day. Thanks for joining!
     
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    Post rosters, talk about rosters.. etc here

    ***​


    GROUP A
    Czech Republic
    Germany
    Latvia
    Kazakhstan

    GROUP B
    Slovakia
    Finland
    Ukraine
    USA

    GROUP C
    Sweden
    Russia
    Denmark
    Japan

    GROUP D
    Canada
    Switzerland
    Austria
    France

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    Swiss WC-roster have been announced:

    Goalie:
    44 Marco Bührer (Bern)
    26 Martin Gerber (Anaheim/NHL)
    1 Ronnie Rüeger (Lugano)
    Defence:
    29 Beat Forster (Davos)
    33 Steve Hirschi (Lugano)
    22 Olivier Keller (Lugano)
    9 Reto Kobach (Ambrì)
    31 Mathias Seger (ZSC Lions)
    11 Martin Steinegger (Bern)
    7 Mark Streit (ZSC Lions)
    3 Julien Vauclair (Binghamton/AHL)
    Offense:
    16 Andres Ambühl (Davos)
    57 Goran Bezina (Springfield/AHL)
    18 Luca Cereda (Bern)
    12 Patric Della Rossa (ZSC Lions)
    21 Patrick Fischer (Zug)
    35 Sandy Jeannin (Lugano)
    30 Marcel Jenni (Färjestad/SWE)
    23 Thierry Paterlini (Davos)
    28 Martin Plüss (Kloten)
    36 Marc Reichert (Kloten)
    32 Ivo Rüthemann (Bern)
    97 Adrian Wichser (Lugano)
    27 Valentin Wirz (Fribourg)
    38 Thomas Ziegler (Bern)

    A littel bit uncertain are Jenni, because he's not fit yet and Vauclair because the Senators didn't let him go yet.
     
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