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

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    2004 IIHF World U20 Championship Div II, Group B
    Kaunas & Elektranai, Lithuania
    Jan. 05-11, 2004

    Teams
    Lithuania
    Croatia
    Great Britain
    Serbia & Montenegro
    South Africa
    Korea

    Schedule
    All Times Local
    Jan. 05
    15:00 - S.Africa 2-9 Serb.& Mont. (@ Elektrenai)
    17:00 - Korea 7-2 Croatia (@ Kaunas)
    18:30 - Lithuania 3-7 Great Britain (@ Elektrenai)

    Jan. 06
    15:00 - Great Britain 14-0 S.Africa (@ Elektrenai)
    17:00 - Serb.& Mont. 1-9 Korea (@ Kaunas)
    18:30 - Croatia 3-0 Lithuania (@ Elektrenai)

    Jan. 08
    15:00 - Great Britain 7-1 Serb.& Mont. (@ Elektrenai)
    17:00 - Korea 13-1 Lithuania (@ Kaunas)
    18:30 - Croatia 11-0 S.Africa (@ Elektrenai)

    Jan. 09
    15:00 - Serb.& Mont. 3-1 Croatia (@ Elektrenai)
    17:00 - Great Britain 2-0 Korea (@ Kaunas)
    18:30 - Lithuania 6-1 S.Africa (@ Elektrenai)

    Jan. 11
    12:00 - S.Africa 1-16 Korea (@ Elektrenai)
    15:30 - Croatia 1-8 Great Britain (@ Elektrenai)
    19:00 - Serb.& Mont. 1-2 Lithuania (@ Elektrenai)


    Final Standings
    x-Great Britain ...5-0-0 ...38GF ..5GA ..10
    y-Korea ...4-1-0 ...45GF ..7GA ..8
    y-Croatia ...2-3-0 ...18GF ..18GA ..4
    y-Serb.& Mont. ...2-3-0 ...15GF ..21GA ..4
    y-Lithuania ...2-3-0 ...12GF ..25GA ..4
    z-S.Africa ...0-5-0 ...4GF ..56GA ..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


    Top 10 Scorers
    KOR Seung Jun Lee ...9 G ..7 A ..16 PTS
    GBR Steve Wallace ...12 G ..3 A ..15 PTS
    KOR Geun Ho Kim ...8 G .. 7 A ..15 PTS
    KOR Sang Hyun Kwon ...6 G ..8 A ..14 PTS
    KOR Eun Jun Kim ...7 G ..3 A .. 10 PTS
    KOR Won Jung Kim ...3 G ..7 A ..10 PTS
    GBR Matt Myers ...3 G ..6 A ..9 PTS
    GBR Adam Carr ...5 G ..3 A ..8 PTS
    CRO Tomislav Grozaj ...5 G ..2 A ..7 PTS
    SCG Bojan Jankovic ...5 G ..2 A ..7 PTS

    Top 10 Penalty Minute Leaders
    SCG Janko Jerkovic ...32
    CRO Janko Kucera ...16
    KOR Dong Hwan Kim ...16
    SCG Filip Petrovic ...16
    SCG Nebojsa Banovic ...14
    SCG Nenad Rakovic ...14
    KOR Jun Ho Kwak ...12
    KOR Seung Yup Lee ...12
    LTU Tomas Lukosius ...12
    LTU Petras Nauseda ...12
     
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  2. CROATIA

    Goaltenders
    1. Vedran Jaros (89) KHL Medvescak Zagreb
    20. Tihomir Filipec (89) Mladost-Zagreb

    Defence
    2. Marko Sakovic (84) KHL Zagreb
    4. Luka Bujevic (86) Mladost-Zagreb
    5. Marko Tadic (86) Mladost-Zagreb
    7. Kresimir Radovic (85) KHL Medvescak Zagreb
    17. Jurica Bednjanec (87) KAC Klagenfurt
    28. Marko Ljubic (84) KHL Medvescak Zagreb

    Forwards
    3. Luka Teuber (84) KHL Medvescak Zagreb
    8. Vedran Hubicki (86) Mladost-Zagreb
    9. Miro Smerdelj (86) KHL Medvescak Zagreb
    10. Alan Voucko (84) Mladost-Zagreb
    11. Marko Loncarevic (88) Mladost-Zagreb
    14. Marko Zivko (85) KHL Medvescak Zagreb
    18. Janko Kucera (87) HKm Zvolen
    19. Tomislav Cunko (86) KHL Zagreb
    22. Tomislav Grozaj (85)
    23. David Iveziq (86) Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    24. Domagoj Mihaljevic (85) Mladost-Zagreb
    27. Nikola Grahovar (86) HC Olomouc

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    GREAT BRITAIN

    Goaltenders
    1. Allan Levers (84) Coventry
    2. David Lawrence (85) Sheffield

    Defence
    3. Kevin Phillips (86) Hull
    4. Euan Forsyth (85) Fife
    6. Paddy Ward (84) Dundee
    18. James Hutchinson (84) Basingstoke
    22. Adam Radmall (84) Coventry
    23. Leigh Jamieson (85) Belfast
    25. Steve Duncombe (85) Sheffield

    Forwards
    5. Lee Mitchell (87) Fife
    7. Adam Britle (85) Telford
    8. Matt Myers (84) Cardiff
    9. Joe Miller (85) Cardiff
    11. Adam Carr (84)
    12. Adam Walker (86) Fife
    14. Steve Wallace (84) Newcastle
    16. Mark Richardson (86) Bracknell
    19. Simon Butterworth (86) Sheffield
    21. Matt Towalski (84) Slough
    24. Tom Carlon (87) Telford

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    KOREA

    Goaltenders
    1. Hyun Seung Eum (84) Yonsei University
    20. Sun Ki Kim (84)

    Defence
    3. Sang Hyun Jeon (84) Korea University
    8. Noo Rie Ohn (84) Kyunghee University
    9. Seung Yup Lee (84) Korea University
    15. Yong Jun Lee (85) Yonsei University
    18. Byung Hee Ko (84) Yonsei University
    22. Dong Hwan Kim (84) Korea University
    23. Dong Kell Hwang (84)
    24. Hyun Soo Kim (84)
    25. Jun Ho Kwak (85) Korea University

    Forwards
    5. Sang Hyun Lee (84)
    6. Won Jung Kim (84) Korea University
    7. Yu Won Lee (84) Yonsei University
    10. Seung Han (84)
    11. Eun Jun Kim (84) Yonsei University
    12. Sang Hyun Kwon (84) Yonsei University
    16. Seung Jun Lee (85) Korea University
    17. Geun Ho Kim (85) Korea University
    19. Sang Pil Han (84) Kyunghee University

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    LITHUANIA

    Goaltenders
    1. Justas Ramanauskas (86) Elektrenai
    20. Lukas Jaksys (86) Kaunas

    Defence
    4. Tadas Demedziunas (87) Kaunas
    5. Justinas Vezelis (88) Elektrenai
    6. Vytautas Jagelavicius (88) Kaunas
    7. Paulius Tamkevicius (88) Kaunas
    8. Petras Nauseda (85) Elektrenai
    9. Tomas Lukosius (88) Elektrenai
    10. Povilas Jagelavicius (87) Kaunas
    25. Edgaras Mitkus (86) Elektrenai

    Forwards
    11. Marius Rankauskas (88) Elektrenai
    12. Mindaugas Gutauskas (86) Kaunas
    14. Marius Lelenas (85) Elektrenai
    16. Simas Sakaitis (84)
    17. Devidas Kazlauskas (87) Elektrenai
    18. Vytautas Gedvilas (87) Kaunas
    19. Donatas Kumeliauskas (87) Elektrenai
    21. Edvardas Ivankevicius (86) Elektrenai
    22. Algimantas Visockas (87) Kaunas
    24. Vygintas Stepanavicius (87) Elektrenai

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    SOUTH AFRICA

    Goaltenders
    1. Gary Bock (84) Johannesburg
    26. Tyrone Holmes (86) Cape Town

    Defence
    6. Ian Ashworth (87) Krugersdorp
    8. Ryan Marsh (85) Krugersdorp
    14. Justin Jordaan (88) Krugersdorp
    15. Chris Lategan (86) Johannesburg
    17. Shay Morrison (86) Krugersdorp

    Forwards
    4. Jack Valadas (85) Krugersdorp
    5. Kevin Malan (84) Cape Town
    9. Davin Du Bois (84) Cape Town
    10. Grant Yates (84) Cape Town
    11. Keane Grebe (85) Cape Town
    16. Clinton Foy (84) Johannesburg
    18. Dalin Kotze (84) Cape Town
    19. George Lyon (84) Krugersdorp
    21. Chris Engelbrecht (85) Krugersdorp
    22. Matthew Cornforth (86) Krugersdorp
    24. Damian Cardoso (84) Johannesburg
    25. Gareth Pentz (85) Krugersdorp

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    SERBIA & MONTENEGRO

    Goaltenders
    1. Milan Lukovic (86)
    20. Fedor Aranicki (85)

    Defence
    2. Filip Petrovic (84)
    3. Miroslav Ristic (84)
    12. Ivan Tumbas (87)
    17. Akos Fehervari (86) Spartak Ekaterinburg
    18. Uros Sibinovic (86)

    Forwards
    4. Dimitrije Nadaski (88)
    6. Marko Savic (86)
    7. Marko Sretovic (87)
    8. Janko Jerkovic (86)
    9. Nenad Rakovic (86)
    10. Nebojsa Banovic (84)
    11. Bojan Jankovic (84)
    14. Nemanja Jankovic (88)
    15. Milos Babic (88)
    19. Bojan Zidjarevic (85) Spartak Ekaterinburg
    21. Igor Andric (88)
    22. Nikola Novakovic (84)
    25. Viktor Danon (86)

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

    Referees
    Sergei Kulakov (Russia)
    Eduard Popesku (Romania)
    Ruud van Baast (Netherlands)
    Gints Zviedritis (Latvia)

    Linesmen
    Alexandr Dreyev (Kazakhstan)
    Levante Galusnyak (Romania)
    Virginijus Janusauskas (Lithuania)
    Ivan Kozitson (Estonia)
    Ugis Krause (Latvia)
    Joep Leermakers (Netherlands)
    Raimondas Minkevicius (Lithuania)
     
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  3. GB

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    I think GB will finish 3rd. I think the final standings will be:

    Lithuania
    Croatia
    Great Britain
    Serbia & Montenegro
    South Africa
    Korea
     
  4. Baron Von Shark

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    Do all Brits have middle names?
     
  5. Sotnos

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    Yeah, and a whole lot of them have the last names Hull, Sheffield and Telford! ;)

    (Not sure if you're kidding or not, but the last word in each line is the team the guy is from.)
     
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    Yeah, that's about it. I got the squad e-mailed to me and it was nicely arranged and all that stuff, but I was short of time so I just copied and pasted it and of course HFBoards did this.
     
  7. Baron Von Shark

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    Actually, it was. I guess it was just a bad joke.
     
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    I found it funny.
     
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    Thanks for the updates Van.

    Looks like the crunch match is upcoming with Korea vs Britain. I'm very surprised Lithuania didnt play better considering they are at home. Losing 13-1 to Korea? Ouch. This Korea team is a surprise too.
     
  10. Now that the IIHF has released rosters, I think I found Lithuania's problem. Here is their roster broken down by age...

    19 - 1
    18 - 2
    17 - 5
    16 - 7
    15 - 5

    With 17 of your 20 players eligible for the U18 team, and 5 of those not even eligible for a full season of Canadian Major Junior hockey, you're going to lose big at any level of U20 hockey. ;)


    But how about Croatia....two wins with two 14 year-old goaltenders. :eek:
     
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    GB have beaten Korea 2-0. The only details I have are GB scored once in the 1st period and once in the 2nd. Now all we need is to beat Croatia.
     
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    Two shutout wins, at that, one over a country that's actually produced NHL'ers. The guy who's been playing is named Tihomir Filipec. He was also in for the 7-2 loss to Korea, but he's probably worth watching the rest of the way.
     
  13. GB

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    Here's some info on the GB-Korea game. Both goals were scored on the powerplay by Steve Wallace. The first goal was unassisted, the second came from David Lawrence and Paddy Ward. GB had 14 Pims, Korea had 20. Lawrence got the shut-out.
     
  14. Congratulations to Great Britain, whose win over Korea today earned them promotion to Division I for the 2005 World U20 Championship.
     
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    This is why I don't normally make predictions.
     
  16. Rob

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    Well, the Koreans gave them a good run. Hopefully the tournament will be held here sometime in the near future.
     
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