2004 IIHF World U20 Championship: Div.I, Group B

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    2004 IIHF World U20 Championship Div I, Group B
    Briancon, France
    Dec. 13-19, 2003

    Teams
    France
    Belarus
    Japan
    Norway
    Italy
    Estonia

    Schedule (all games at Briancon)
    All Times Local
    Dec. 13
    13:00 - Italy 0-7 Norway
    16:30 - Estonia 1-9 Belarus
    20:00 - France 4-1 Japan

    Dec. 14
    13:00 - Norway 7-1 Estonia
    16:30 - Japan 1-3 Italy
    20:00 - Belarus 7-2 France

    Dec. 16
    13:00 - Japan 1-5 Norway
    16:30 - Belarus 5-2 Italy
    20:00 - Estonia 2-11 France

    Dec. 17
    13:00 - Norway 1-6 Belarus
    16:30 - Japan 1-3 Estonia
    20:00 - France 3-5 Italy

    Dec. 19
    12:00 - Italy 5-2 Estonia
    15:30 - Belarus 7-5 Japan
    19:00 - Norway 1-2 France


    Final Standings
    x-Belarus ...5-0-0 ...34GF ..11GA ..10
    y-Norway ...3-2-0 ...21GF ..10GA ..6
    y-France ...3-2-0 ...22GF ..16GA ..6
    y-Italy ...3-2-0 ...15GF ..18GA ..6
    y-Estonia ...1-4-0 ...9GF ..33GA ..2
    z-Japan ...0-5-0 ...7GF ..22GA ..0

    x = Earns promotion to Pool A for the 2005 World U20 Championship.
    y = Will remain in Division I for the 2005 World U20 Championship.
    z = Relegated to Division II for the 2005 World U20 Championship



    Top 10 Scorers
    BLR Konstantin Zakharov ...4 G ..10 A ..14 PTS
    BLR Vadzim Karaha ...7 G ..6 A ..13 PTS
    BLR Andrei Kastsitsyn ...5 G ..5 A ..10 PTS
    BLR Mikhail Grabovski ...4 G ..5 A ..9 PTS
    NOR Marius Holtet ...5 G ..3 A ..8 PTS
    BLR Siarhei Kastsitsyn ... 4 G ..4 A ..8 PTS
    FRA Nicolas Besch ...0 G ..7 A ..7 PTS
    NOR Lars Erik Spets ...3 G ..3 A ..6 PTS
    BLR Artsiom Volkau ...2 G ..4 A ..6 PTS
    NOR Mathis Olimb ...2 G ..4 A ..6 PTS

    Top 10 Penalty Minute Leaders
    BLR Aliaksei Shahau ...39
    NOR Steffen Thoresen ...29
    ITA Max Oberrauch ...25
    FRA Gautier Lafrancesca ...20
    ITA Nicola Fontanive ...16
    ITA Luca Scardoni ...16
    EST Oleg Smirnov ...16
    JAP Jun Tonosaki ...14
    JAP Shinya Yanadori ...14
    BLR Konstantin Zakharov ...14

    Top 5 Goaltenders (Save %) (Minimum 100 Minutes Played)
    NOR Joakim Rugdal ...120:00 ..2 GA ..37 SOG ..94.59%
    NOR Matthias Gundersen ...180:00 ..8 GA ..104 SOG ..92.30%
    ITA Rene Baur ...150:09 ...8 GA ..87 SOG ..90.80%
    BLR Aliaksei Hrytsenka ...185:54 ..7 GA ..73 SOG ..90.41%
    EST Anton Sizov ...230:26 ..22 GA ..201 SOG ..89.05%

    Tournament Awards
    Best Goaltender: Matthias Gundersen - Norway
    Best Defenceman: Nicolas Besch - France
    Best Forward: Konstantin Zakharov - Belarus
    Fair Play Award: Team Japan
     
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  2. Team Rosters


    BELARUS

    Goaltenders
    1. Dzmitry Milchakou (86)
    25. Aliaksei Hrytsenka (85)

    Defence
    2. Yauhen Haranin (86)
    3. Uladzimir Dzianisau (84)
    4. Viachaslau Shypila (85)
    6. Dzmitry Parakhonka (84)
    7. Siarhei Kolasau (86)
    8. Andrei Kazachok (84)
    11. Siarhei Giro (85)
    19. Aliaksei Shahau (86)

    Forward
    9. Vadzim Karaha (85)
    10. Aliaksei Yerashou (84)
    12. Pavel Asmalouski (85)
    13. Tsimafei Filin (84)
    14. Aliaksandr Zhydkikh (84)
    15. Siarhei Kukushkin (85)
    17. Yauheni Kashtanau (84)
    18. Mikhail Grabovski (84)
    21. Konstantin Zakharov (85)
    22. Siarhei Kastsitsyn (87)
    23. Andrei Kastsitsyn (85)
    24. Artsiom Volkau (85)

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    ESTONIA

    Goaltenders
    1. Valentin Itsenko (85)
    31. Anton Sizov (84)

    Defence
    2. Oleg Smirnov (85)
    3. Sergei Gulov (85)
    8. Alexandr Kaikov (84)
    19. Ivan Fedorenko (85)
    22. Vladimir Muratov (84)
    24. Ilja Urusev (87)

    Forward
    4. Ilja Tsegotov (86)
    6. Anton Nekrassov (86)
    7. Paul Sorokin (84)
    9. Igor Savvov (85)
    10. Sergei Ivanov (84)
    11. Kimmo Kaarik (85)
    14. Ivan Kuzmin (86)
    15. Vassili Titarenko (84)
    16. Piotr Nikonov (85)
    17. Aleksandr Polozov (86)
    18. Aleksandr Kaidas (86)
    21. Janus Sorokin (86)
    23. Rene Lillover (86)
    27. Aleksandr Kuznetsov (85)

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    FRANCE

    Goaltenders
    20. Stephane Burnet (84)
    26. Olivier Courally (84)

    Defence
    3. Fabien Leroy (84)
    4. Nicolas Besch (84)
    5. Martin Millerioux (84)
    6. Olivier Devaux (84)
    7. Xavier Simoni (84)
    16. Benoit Quessandier (85)
    23. Christophe Tartari (84)

    Forward
    8. Damien Raux (84)
    9. Cyril Gavalda (85)
    10. Lionel Wiotte (85)
    11. Kevin Hecquefeuille (84)
    12. Luc Tardif (84)
    14. Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (85)
    15. Gautier Lafrancesca (84)
    17. Thibault Geffroy (84)
    18. Alexandre Lefebvre (85)
    19. Adrien Dufournet (84)
    22. Xavier Lasalle (84)
    24. Cyril Papa (84)
    25. Julien Lefranc (84)

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    ITALY

    Goaltenders
    20. Thomas Tragust (86)
    26. Rene Baur (85)

    Defence
    2. Christian Rainer (85)
    3. David Ceresa (86)
    4. Jan Mair (86)
    5. Luca Zandonella (87)
    6. Andreas Lutz (86)
    7. Manuel Boito (84)
    8. Markus Hafner (84)
    9. Luca Scardoni (84)

    Forward
    10. Nicola Fontanive (85)
    12. Daniel Peruzzo (85)
    14. Diego Iori (86)
    15. Lorenz Daccordo (84)
    16. Devid Piffer (85)
    18. Claudio Mantese (85)
    19. Andrea Constantino (84)
    21. Peter Hoelzl (84)
    22. Alberto Fontanive (85)
    23. Jurgen Wirth (84)
    24. Thomas Pichler (85)
    25. Max Oberrauch (84)

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    JAPAN

    Goaltenders
    1. Takashi Suzuki (85)
    20. Kaku Asari (85)

    Defence
    2. Jun Oyama (85)
    3. Jun Tonosaki (84)
    4. Ryota Minami (85)
    5. Yuya Yamada (84)
    6. Yusuke Miyakoshi (85)
    7. Michihide Usho (85)
    18. Kyohei Kikuchi (84)
    24. Shinya Yanadori (84)

    Forward
    8. Hiroyuki Tsukada (85)
    9. Takashi Kimoto (84)
    11. Hiroyuki Sato (84)
    12. Reo Amano (86)
    15. Katsuya Ogawa (85)
    16. Yutaro Imamura (85)
    17. Tomoki Sakagami (85)
    19. Takuya Osawa (84)
    21. Naoya Kubo (85)
    22. Hiroki Ueno (86)
    23. Yusuke Sakamoto (84)
    25. Shuhei Tsuchizuka (86)

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    NORWAY

    Goaltenders
    20. Matthias Gundersen (85)
    26. Joakim Rugdal (85)

    Defence
    2. Teddy Midttun (84)
    3. Alfotto Buvik (84)
    4. Havard Boe (85)
    5. Anders Gjose (84)
    6. Thomas Lorenzen (84)
    7. Lars Bjornland (84)
    12. Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (84)

    Forward
    9. Hans Stubrud (85)
    10. Marius Holtet (85)
    11. Espen Lie (84)
    14. Joakim Larsen (84)
    16. Lars-Erik Spets (85)
    17. Mathis Olimb (86)
    18. Marius Andersen (85)
    19. Lars-Erik Hesbraten (85)
    21. Steffen Thoresen (85)
    22. Cato Cocozza (84)
    23. Simen Saxrud (84)
    24. Kristoffer Holm (84)
    25. Christian Sorensen (85)

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    For general interest, as well as my own (;) ), here are the officials for this tournament.

    Referees
    Frank Awizus (Germany)
    Jaroslav Havlik (Czech Rep.)
    Wlodzimierz Marczuk (Poland)
    Lars-Johan Ryhed (Sweden)

    Linesmen
    Alexandre Hauchart (France)
    Gergely Kincses (Hungary)
    Akira Nemoto (Japan)
    Tomas Pesek (Czech Rep.)
    Roger van der Waarden (Netherlands)
    Damien Velay (France)
    Igor Zaletelj (Slovenia)
     
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  3. Douggy

    Douggy Registered User

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    Go Belarus :yo:

    Aparently Katsitsyn (sp?) isn't playing.

    Does anyone know if Vadim Karaga of the London Knights is playing?? I should know this, but I don't. He wasn't in the lineup against Erie last night and I'm not aware of any injuries, so Maybe he's in France?? :dunno:
     
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    I stand corrected! Both Katsitsyn and Karaga (spelt Karaha in his native language) are back for Belarus. Both have Hat-tricks so far as Belarus is taking Estonia to school, 7-1 so far!
     
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    Apparently somebody called Siarhei Kastsitsyn is also playing with Andrei - does anyone know if Siarhei is Andrei's brother, or what? Thanks!
     
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    Ajacied Stay strong Appie! ❤

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    Marius Holtet of Norway posted 4 goals an 1 assist, unreal performance as he continues to thrive in these tournaments..
     
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    Sergei Kastitsin is Andrei's brother.
     
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    Is OK Tollefsen playing for Norway?
     
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    Yes, and he scored yesterday against Italy.
     
  10. Douggy

    Douggy Registered User

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    Other than Katsitsyn, are any of these guys drafted by NHL teams?
     
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    There may be even more but...

    Konstantin Zakharov (BLR) - STL '03
    Ole Kristian Tollefsen (NOR) - CBS '02
    Marius Holtet (NOR) - DAL '02
     
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    Im starting to be a big promoter of zakharov. He isnt doing to bad in moncton right now.
     
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    Wow, nice to see Yutaro Imamura cracked Japan's lineup. I really didn't think he had the goods.
     
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    Here's the top 5 (and ties) leading scorers in this tournament through two games:


    PHP:
    Name                   Team    Pos GP G A TP PIM +/- 
    KARAHA Vadzim          Belarus F    2 6 3  9   0  4 
    HOLTET Marius          Norway  F    2 5 2  7   0  5 
    KASTSITSYN Andrei      Belarus F    2 3 3  6   6  4 
    KASTSITSYN Siarhei     Belarus F    2 1 5  6   0  3 
    GRABOVSKI Mikhail      Belarus F    2 2 2  4   0  3 
    VOLKAU Artsiom         Belarus F    2 2 2  4   2  3 
    TOLLEFSEN Ole
    -kristian Norway  D    2 1 3  4   0  3 
    SPETS Lars Erik        Norway  F    2 1 3  4   0  5 
     
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    Douggy Registered User

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    Older or younger?? Any chance of him getting drafted as well?
     
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    Belarus beat Italy 5-2 today. Italy was up 5-2 in the first period and had Belarus on a 5-3 for about 40 seconds, but Belarus stormed back with five unanswered goals for the win.

    Norway also won today. Norway and Belarus face off tomorow in a game that will likely decide who moves up to the top level next year.
     
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    Thats not correct, and i know its directley form the website. But If you look at the box scores,Zhakarov had 6 pts through 2 games and now 9 through 3. So im just guessing it doesnt have everybody's stats up to date.
     
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    Belarus Schooled Norway 6-1 today. They play the currently winless Japanese tomorow and just have to win or tie to clinch promotion.
     
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    By beating Norway, Belarus already won the division, and they earned their promotion, the game against Japan doesn't matter.
     
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    He's 2 years younger... :eek:
     
  21. That's right. Belarus has clinched.

    Japan has also clinched the relegation spot. They can still finish tied for last place with Estonia, but Estonia has the tie-break by virtue of their win over Japan this morning.

    The last day of this tournament means nothing as far as promotion and relegation is concerned.
     
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    I was not aware that a head-to-head matchup was the first tie-breaker.
     
  23. No offence, but head-to-head matchup is the first tie-break in any tournament I can think of in any sport. ;)
     
  24. This tournament is now complete.
     
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    Way to go Belarus! Congrats :handclap:
     
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