2004 IIHF World U20 Championship: Div.II, Group A

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    2004 IIHF World U20 Championship Div II, Group A
    Sosnowiec, Poland
    Dec. 28, 2003 - Jan. 03, 2004

    Teams
    Poland
    Netherlands
    Romania
    Spain
    Iceland
    Belgium

    Schedule (all games at Sosnowiec)
    All Times Local
    Dec. 28
    13:00 - Iceland 0-22 Romania
    16:30 - Spain 2-9 Netherlands
    20:00 - Belgium 0-8 Poland

    Dec. 29
    13:00 - Netherlands 12-1 Iceland
    16:30 - Romania 7-4 Belgium
    20:00 - Poland 13-0 Spain

    Dec. 31
    13:00 - Belgium 1-5 Spain
    16:30 - Netherlands 2-9 Romania
    20:00 - Poland 26-1 Iceland

    Jan. 01
    13:00 - Netherlands 8-1 Belgium
    16:30 - Spain 10-5 Iceland
    20:00 - Romania 2-6 Poland

    Jan. 03
    13:00 - Iceland 3-10 Belgium
    16:30 - Romania 4-4 Spain
    20:00 - Poland 6-1 Netherlands


    Final Standings
    x-Poland ...5-0-0 ...59GF ..4GA ..10
    y-Romania ...3-1-1 ...44GF ..16GA ..7
    y-Netherlands ...3-2-0 ...32GF ..19GA ..6
    y-Spain ...2-2-1 ...21GF ..32GA ..5
    y-Belgium ...1-4-0 ...16GF ..31GA ..2
    z-Iceland ...0-5-0 ...10GF ..80GA ..0

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


    Scores will be updated daily (or as close to live as possible) in this post.
     
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  2. BELGIUM

    Goaltenders
    1. Thomas Tyson (86) Deurme
    20. Timmy Claeys (84) IHC Leuven

    Defence
    2. Kevin Maas (84) Tilburg
    3. Dennis Moesen (85) Haskey
    4. Ruud van der Veken (85) HYC Herentals
    5. Erik Somers (85) Deurme
    6. Christopher van der Haas (85) Kissat Helsinki
    9. Bernd Decoster (86) IHC Leuven
    10. Kenny Laporte (86) Olympia

    Forwards
    7. Kenny de Ceulaer (84) Deurme
    8. Dries de Dekker (85) IHC Leuven
    11. Kjell Cazaerk (85) IHC Leuven
    12. Sam Docx (85) IHC Leuven
    14. Niki de Herdt (86) Deurme
    15. Don Geerts (86) Deurme
    16. Vincent Morgan (85) Olympia
    17. Michiel Peeters (85) IHC Leuven
    18. Vincent Caemelbeeck (86) IHC Leuven
    21. Kristof van Looy (85) Deurme
    22. Jan Mertens (84) IHC Leuven

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    SPAIN

    Goaltenders
    1. David Tello (84)
    20. Alexander Usoz (84)

    Defence
    3. Miguel Ferragut (84)
    7. Diego Coscojuela (85)
    9. Javier Velladares (84)
    14. Urtzi Tomero (84)
    17. FeoJose Hernandez (84)
    19. Juan Brabo (87)
    22. Marc Bosom (85)
    23. Eneko Lopez (84)

    Forwards
    2. Aitor Torres (87)
    6. Guillerma Betran (85)
    10. Ivan Gracia (84)
    11. Jose Gavilanes (87)
    12. Ramon Morer (84)
    16. Desiderio Perez (86)
    21. Guillermo Azcoitia (85)
    24. Pablo Munoz (87)
    26. Carlos Zbroinski (85)

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    ICELAND

    Goaltenders
    1. Omar Skulason (88) Akureyar
    26. Amar Siguardson (87) Bjorninn

    Defence
    2. Ragnar Oskarsson (85) Bjorninn
    4. Birkir Arnason (87) Akureyar
    5. Gudmundur Ingolfsson (84) Bjorninn
    14. VilhelmMar Bjarnsson (87) Bjorninn
    18. Elmar Magnusson (88) Akureyar
    19. Thorhallur Vidarsson (87) Reykjavikur
    24. Karl Valsson (86) Reykjavikur

    Forwards
    3. Ulfar Jon Andresson (88) Reykjavikur
    6. Brynjar Thordarsson (84) Bjorninn
    7. Einar Valentine (87) Akureyar
    8. Trausti Bergman (87) Bjorninn
    9. Svavar Runarsson Steinssen (86) Reykjavikur
    10. Jon Hallgrimsson (86) Akureyar
    11. Gauti Thormodsson (87) Reykjavikur
    12. Stefan Thorleifsson (87) Akureyar
    15. Sindri Bjornsson (87) Reykjavikur
    17. SteinerPall Veigarsson (87) Reykjavikur
    25. Karl Eriksson (86) Nybro IF

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    NETHERLANDS

    Goaltenders
    1. Mattheus van Broekhoven (85) Nijmegen
    20. Victor Boutrs Girgis (85) Dordrecht

    Defence
    2. Michael Brandasu (86) Viking Stavanger
    3. Stefan Mathijsen (85) Tilburg
    7. Dave Stappershoef (85)
    8. Tim den Heijer (85)
    9. Erwin Ophelders (84) Nijmegen
    16. Timothy Willis (84) Den Haag
    19. Erik Tummers (85)
    22. Jesse van Rijswijk (84) EHC Basel

    Forwards
    5. Hubertus Verdonschot (86) Nijmegen
    6. Henricus Verdonschot (85) Heerenveen
    10. Akim Ramoul (86) Kolner Haie
    14. Raymond Bergen (85)
    15. Bart van Roosmalen (86) Utrecht
    17. Antony Demelline (87) Den Haag
    18. Erik Hoogvliets (84) Amsterdam
    21. Robbert Maas (84) Tilburg
    23. Mark Donders (85) Tilburg
    25. Tjalling Stellema (84) Heerenveen

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    POLAND

    Goaltenders
    1. Tomasz Rajski (85) SMS Sosnowiec
    20. Bartosz Stepokura (85) SMS Sosnowiec

    Defence
    2. Bartosz Dabkowski (85) SMS Sosnowiec
    3. Daniel Galant (85) SMS Sosnowiec
    4. Kamil Duszak (85) Zaglebie Sosnowiec
    7. Mateusz Rompkowski (86) SMS Sosnowiec
    10. Piotr Koseda (85) SMS Sosnowiec
    17. Rafal Dutka (85) MMKS Nowy Targ

    Forwards
    8. Pawel Skrzypkowski (86) SMS Sosnowiec
    9. Marcin Kwiatek (85) SMS Sosnowiec
    11. Michal Zubek (85) SMS Sosnowiec
    12. Sebastian Kowalowka (86) SMS Sosnowiec
    14. Artur Dzon (84) KH Sanok
    16. Mikolaj Lopuski (85) SMS Sosnowiec
    18. Marek Modrzejewski (84) Unia Oswiecim
    19. Maciej Urbanowicz (86)
    21. Lukasz Sekowski (85) SMS Sosnowiec
    22. Arkadiusz Marmurowicz (85)
    23. Dawid Slowakiewicz (84) MMKS Nowy Targ
    25. Marcin Kolusz (85) Vancouver Giants

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    ROMANIA

    Goaltenders
    1. Bogdan Popa (85) Dinamo Bucharest
    3. Rajmond Fulop (87) Miercurea Ciuc

    Defence
    4. Istvan Antal (84) Miercurea Ciuc
    5. Cosmin Flueras (85) Dinamo Bucharest
    6. Jemo Mihaly (85)
    7. Istvan Sprencz (84)
    10. Istvan Veress (86) Miercurea Ciuc
    21. Szabolcs Molnar (86) Miercurea Ciuc

    Forwards
    8. Szolt Molnar (87) Miercurea Ciuc
    9. Attila Kanya (87) Miercurea Ciuc
    11. Tudor Sticlaru (84) Steaua Bucharest
    14. Mihail Georgescu (85) Dinamo Bucharest
    15. Tivadar Petres (85)
    17. Levente Lorincz (86)
    18. Szolt Zerkula (84) Miercurea Ciuc
    19. Ede Mihaly (86)
    20. Andrei Justinian (84) Studentesc Bucharest
    22. Levente Peter (86) Miercurea Ciuc
    23. Szabolcs Balla (84) Progym Gheoghieni
    24. Radu Margineanu (86)

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

    Referees
    Bela Kovacs (Hungary)
    Gintautas Kuneikis (Lithuania)
    Pavel Mikula (Czech Rep.)
    Vladimir Nalivaiko (Belarus)

    Linesmen
    Enis Beganovic (Croatia)
    Michael Hiks (Great Britain)
    Georgij Jablukow (Germany)
    Przemyslaw Kepa (Poland)
    Leszek Kubiszewski (Poland)
    Andriy Marchenko (Ukraine)
    Valeri Zhaglov (Belarus)
     
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    nomorekids The original, baby

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    that iceland team is a bunch of thugs. they have that guy who used to be in the NHL that would have made Claude Lemieux blush for coach. Look for D Gunner Stahl to make a strong showing.
     
  4. Took long enough for this joke to come up. :p
     
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    Romania-Iceland 22-0
    Netherland-Spain 9-2
     
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    What were the shots like???
     
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    Poland also beat Belgium 8-0. Vancouver Giants forward/Minnesota Wild pick Marcin Kolusz scored twice for Poland.
     
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    I don't think Belgium will be able to do much in this group.

    Holland will trash us as well as Ice Hockey is just on a higher level there....

    But at hey, we still have Cyclo-Cross :D
     
  9. From the IIHF:

    "Hi,

    there seems to be some problems in Poland, and we have lost the access to the tournament organisers. However, we are working all the time to fix the problems and the updates should follow soon."


    I will not be updating this tournament until the IIHF fixes their network problems.
     
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    penopekoo Registered User

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    The IIHF seems to be showing some of the scores now... Just the scores, though, no stats or scoresheets.

    Netherlands beating Iceland 5-1 in period one.
     
  11. I don't expect there to be extensive live coverage. Scores should be about all we will get live with most of the IIHF staff being in Finland this week. I expect statistics to be posted following the conclusion of these games, permitting all the network problems are solved.

    I will update scores as they are updated at IIHF.com
     
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    They're also really slow. That game ended a while ago (NED 12-1 ISL). Romania also beat Belgium 7-4. Belgium, somewhat suprisingly, was tied with the Romanians going into the third period.

    The Belgian, Dutch and Polish Hockey Federations (particularly the Belgians) are currently giving faster/better updates then the IIHF site. Which isn't exactly hard to do. :p
     
  13. When the IIHF isn't experiencing network problems, they are very good in reporting scores live.
     
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    Day 2
    romania-Belgium 7-4
    Nederland-Iceland 12-1

    Since official page is down I will keep updating::)
     
  15. The official page is not down. You should notice that I have already updated the scores you just did.

    The IIHF is still experiencing problems, but are slowly correcting them.
     
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    ups ,I didnt notice it. Well I was just trying to help:)
     
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    Kolusz scores a hat trick in a 13-0 Poland win over Spain. I fear for Iceland on the 31st, that's going to be ugly.
     
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    Kolusz also had like 6 assists (not confirmed yet).
     
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    December 31st:

    Poland 26, Iceland 1 F
     
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    January 1st:

    Netherlands 8, Belgium 1 F
    Spain 10, Iceland 5 F
     
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    Just heard on TV Polonia...

    Poland 6, Romania 2 F

    :handclap:

    Guess that means we only need to beat the Netherlands, and we get promoted! :yo:
     
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    very good news, but where will we be promoted(div1 A or B :dunno: )
    BTW I've looked at the lineup and I'm asking myself if there is one or two 86 who could be drafted this year in the late rounds. Do you have any clue?
    your avatar::bow:
    POLISH POWER
     
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    Honestly no clue on either one of 'em. People seem to be high on the Urbanowicz kid, though. And according to the little diagram on the IIHF website we'd be going into Div 1 A.
     
  24. I'm pretty sure that the IIHF holds a draw to determine Groups A and B at the Division I and II levels. I should be able to confirm this within a day or so.
     
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    That would make more sense... but then, those diagrams are so misleading. :p
     
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