2004 IIHF World U20 Championship: Div.III

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    2004 IIHF World U20 Championship Div III
    Sofia, Bulgaria
    Jan. 05-11, 2004

    Teams
    Bulgaria
    Mexico
    Turkey
    Australia
    New Zealand
    China

    Schedule (all games at Sofia)
    All Times Local
    Jan. 05
    12:00 - China 4-2 Mexico
    15:00 - Australia 10-4 Bulgaria
    18:00 - New Zealand 3-2 Turkey

    Jan. 06
    12:00 - Mexico 2-6 Australia
    15:00 - Bulgaria 4-1 New Zealand
    18:00 - Turkey 2-12 China

    Jan. 08
    12:00 - Mexico 4-3 New Zealand
    15:00 - Bulgaria 2-5 Turkey
    18:00 - China 3-6 Australia

    Jan. 10
    12:00 - Turkey 0-11 Mexico
    15:00 - Bulgaria 0-12 China
    18:00 - Australia 10-3 New Zealand

    Jan. 11
    12:00 - Turkey 1-10 Australia
    15:00 - Mexico 6-3 Bulgaria
    18:00 - New Zealand 0-10 China


    Final Standings
    x-Australia ...5-0-0 ...42GF ..13GA ..10
    x-China ...4-1-0 ...41GF ..20GA ..8
    y-Mexico ...3-2-0 ...25GF ..16GA ..6
    y-Turkey ...1-4-0 ...10GF ..38GA ..2
    y-Bulgaria ...1-4-0 ...13GF ..34GA ..2
    y-New Zealand ...1-4-0 ...10GF ..30GA ..2

    x = Earns Promotion to Division II for the 2005 World U20 Championship.
    y = Will Remain in Division III for the 2005 World U20 Championship.

    Top 10 Scorers
    AUS James Keane ...11 G ..6 A ..17 PTS
    AUS Alex Djamirze ...9 G ..5 A ..14 PTS
    AUS Thomas Powell ...7 G ..3 A ..10 PTS
    CHN Qiong Wu ...5 G ..5 A ..10 PTS
    CHN Zhinan Cui ...4 G ..6 A ..10 PTS
    CHN Lei Chen ...5 G ..4 A ..9 PTS
    MEX Alexis Cervantes ...5 G ..4 A ..9 PTS
    AUS Scott Stephenson ...6 G ..2 A ..8 PTS
    MEX Adrian Cervantes ...5 G ..3 A ..8 PTS
    MEX Roberto Chavat ...4 G ..4 A ..8 PTS

    Top 10 Penalty Minute Leaders
    TUR Ufuk Guglu ...39
    AUS Mark Walsh ...33
    TUR Gorkem Incesu ...33
    AUS Sean Jones ...31
    TUR Galip Hamarat ...30
    AUS Joshua Harding ...29
    TUR Fatih Akodgan ...29
    TUR Murat Rucu ...27
    BUL Aleksander Ivanov ...24
    BUL Milo Nenov ...18
     
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  2. AUSTRALIA

    Goaltenders
    1. Jeremy Muir (85)
    20. Kyle Green (85) Perth

    Defence
    3. Peter Matus (85) Melbourne
    6. Aaron Clayworth (85) Adelaide Blackhawks
    8. Aubyn Martin (86) Adelaide Falcons
    22. Nicholas Cleland (85) Canberra
    24. Cory Griffith (84) Sydney Bears

    Forwards
    2. James Keane (84) Adelaide Blackhawks
    4. Adrian Esposito (85) Sydney Bears
    7. Alex Djamirze (84) Sydney Ice Dogs
    9. Casey Minson (85) Adelaide Avalanche
    10. Joshua Harding (85) Adelaide Blackhawks
    11. John Lavery (85)
    14. Matthew Perry (84)
    15. Sean Jones (85) Melbourne
    16. Luke Clydesale (84)
    17. Thomas Powell (86) Adelaide Blackhawks
    18. Mark Walsh (84) Adelaide Blackhawks
    19. Scott Stephenson (85)

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    BULGARIA

    Goaltenders
    1. Radoslav Petkov (85) Slavia Sofia
    20. Svetoslav Toshev (86) Iceberg Sofia

    Defence
    2. Hristo Zahariev (84) CSKA Sofia
    3. Pavlin Moldovanov (84) Iceberg Sofia
    4. Aleksander Dobrev (84) Iceberg Sofia
    5. Velko Geshakov (86) Iceberg Sofia
    22. Peter Nickolov (86) Iceberg Sofia
    23. Dimitar Andonov (84) Iceberg Sofia
    25. Boyan Yordanov (87) CSKA Sofia

    Forwards
    6. Radostin Tsvetkov (85) CSKA Sofia
    9. Petar Milchev (87) CSKA Sofia
    10. Samuel Gyurkov (88) CSKA Sofia
    11. Lachezar Gyunov (86) CSKA Sofia
    12. Zdravko Dimitrov (86) Iceberg Sofia
    14. Martin Boyadjiev (87) Slavia Sofia
    15. Milo Nenov (85) CSKA Sofia
    17. Aleksander Ivanov (84) Iceberg Sofia
    18. Vladimir Michev (85) CSKA Sofia
    19. Atanas Atanasov (84) Iceberg Sofia
    21. Biulent Zautlu (84) Iceberg Sofia

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    CHINA

    Goaltenders
    1. Ming Xie (85) Qiqihar
    2. Huizi Wu (87) Jiamusi Qianli

    Defence
    3. Chunyu Du (87) Jiamusi Qianli
    12. Yidong Qu (86) Harbin
    14. Zhengyu Dong (85) Qiqihar
    16. Yanlian Hao (86) Jiamusi Qianli
    17. Nan F.u (84) Qiqihar
    18. Liang Liu (84) Qiqihar

    Forwards
    4. Tao Xue (86) Jiamusi Qianli
    5. Yandi Li (86) Qiqihar
    6. Lei Chen (84) Qiqihar
    7. Zhinan Cui (14.08.85) Qiqihar
    8. Wensi Li (87) Qiqihar
    9. Liang Dong (85) Qiqihar
    10. Qjang Xu (85) Jiamusi Qianli
    11. Zhinan Cui (24.01.85) Qiqihar
    15. Qiong Wu (85) Qiqihar
    19. Zhiqiang Wang (86) Qiqihar
    20. Feng Gao (85) Jiamusi Qianli
    26. Dakai Wang (86) Harbin

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    MEXICO

    Goaltenders
    20. Alfonso De Alba (85) Lomas Verdes
    26. Andres De La Garma (88)

    Defence
    11. Emmanuel Cardozo (85) San Jeranimo
    14. Luis De La Vega (88) San Jeranimo
    17. Carlos Obregon (84) San Jeranimo
    19. Guillermo Parra (84) San Jeranimo
    22. Guillermo Castro (86)
    24. Alejandro Rosette (87)

    Forwards
    2. Rodrigo Sanchez (85) San Jeranimo
    5. Emmanuel Carbajal (85) Lomas Verdes
    7. Cristofer Kelo (87)
    8. Roberto Chabat (84) San Jeranimo
    9. Eduardo Glennie (86) Sportica
    10. Adrian Cervantes (85) San Jeranimo
    12. Sebastian Ortega (87) San Jeranimo
    15. Santiago Sierra (87)
    16. Alexis Cervantes (84) San Jeranimo
    18. Marin Ramos (88)
    21. Francisco Glennie (84) Sportica
    23. Alfredo Ibarra (85) Lomas Verdes

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    NEW ZEALAND

    Goaltenders
    1. Gareth Livingstone (85) Canterbury
    20. Stephen Reid (85) Southern League

    Defence
    2. Brent Soper (85)
    3. Thomas Alexander Gaffikin (85) Canterbury
    4. Christopher Sangster (85) Southern League
    10. Bradley Ryan White (84) Auckland
    11. Andrew Hay (85) Auckland
    17. Lukas Birgel (86) Auckland
    23. Jaden Skipper (84) Canterbury

    Forwards
    5. Laurie Horo (84)
    6. Zane Brown (85) Auckland
    7. Steven Huish (86) Auckland
    8. Timothy Faull (84) Auckland
    9. Hayden Argyle (86) Canterbury
    12. Damien Upton (85) Canterbury
    21. Timothy Martin (85) Auckland
    22. Byron Power (84)
    24. Blake Moyle (85) Auckland

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    TURKEY

    Goaltenders
    20. Ugur Erbar (86)
    26. Cihan Kahraman (86)

    Defence
    2. Hakan Getinkaya (86)
    3. Galip Hamarat (84)
    5. Gokhun Ozturk (85)
    6. Gorkem Incesu (86)
    8. Murat Rucu (85)
    17. Tolga Sencer (85)
    22. Fatih Akodgan (84)
    23. Baris Bilgig (88)

    Forwards
    7. Ufuk Guglu (85)
    9. Alican Senergun (85)
    10. Murat Aydin (85)
    11. Sedat Bayramoglij (84)
    14. Gagri Karabulut (85)
    15. Bartug Onay (85)
    16. Egemen Tasboga (86)
    18. Erhan Uretman (86)
    24. Bugra Tugrijl (84)
    25. Serkan Yapicilar (86)

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

    Referees
    Sakchai Chinanuvatana (Thailand)
    Peter-Roland Haxell (New Zealand)
    Sergey Khalikov (Kazakhstan)
    Oleg Luskan (Ukraine)

    Linesmen
    Jan Bigum (Denmark)
    Mihai-Stefan Covaliu (Romania)
    Ivan Dedioulia (Belarus)
    Alexander Dimitrov (Bulgaria)
    Matjaz Hribar (Slovenia)
    Dimitar Simov (Bulgaria)
    Zoltan Sos (Hungary)
     
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    Anfernic Registered User

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    I'am surprised to see all these country playing hockey (I know for Mexico) but Turkey and China
     
  4. Avery4Byng*

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    My brother played hockey in Austrailia last year and played against most of te guys in their Junior team. Actually they are trainging down in Osoyoos right now and we met up with one of his buddys and he is pretty pumped for this tournament. good luck to them! :yo:
     
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    A lot of the hockey in China is played in the north. Closer to the Mongolian/Russian borders in Qiqihar & Harbin.
     
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    That's nothing... did you know Namibia is a member nation of the IIHF? Lots of future Gretzkys playing in the Kalahari?
     
  7. Baron Von Shark

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    I was gonig to say, I'm not surprised countries such as China, S.Korea, and Japan are playing hockey. Those countries get a lot of snow and ice.
     
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    I am not sure of the score but Austrailia lost to Summerland Sting (KIJHL JUnior B) team the other night.... Apparently the Sting took it easy on them, as the Aussies tune up for the tourney.
     
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    There is an Australlian guy playing Jr. B for the London Nationals here in Canada (as opposed to the UK? :dunno: ). Apparently he's 18 and is the starting goalie for the National team.
     
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    There are actually a lot of European decsendants living in Namibia (mostly German and Dutch if I am correct), so it shouldn't be too surprising.
     
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    Im not suprised there would be interest in these countries, but ice rinks :dunno: they arent exactly cheap to build. I could see inline hockey but ice? I guess this is why theyre in this group though.
     
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    Auzzie will probably take this tournament but we should put up a fight.
     
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    Tim Faull....? did he live in kelowna for soem time?
     
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    Their training camp in Canada has been quite good, they've had some solid opposition in their warm up games. Apparantley, it seems a few of the boys could be in training camp for some Canadian junior teams next season.
     
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    Yes hes my best friend, why you know him there? I was kidding about the almost getting invited to Rockets camp, but the rest is all true I swear! :D
     
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    In Exhibition action in Bulgaria Team New Zealand played Team Bulgaria to a zero all tie. New Zealand outshot bulgaria but just couldn't get the puck past the tender. NZ have been workin on the ol' haka so hopefuully some spiritual guidence will bring them gold in the tourny
     
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    Things could not have gotten off to a better start for Team Australia, defeating hosts Bulgaria 10-3 in front of "a parochial Bulgarian home crowd".
     
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    Would you like some money on it Fez? Aussie will cane NZ. Predicted score line: 12-1.

    There is nothing better in this world than giving the Kiwis a hiding!

    :lol: :lol:
     
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    Australia v China on Thursday will be the Gold Medal game.

    In under 18 champs last year Australia defeated China 6-3. This game will be a ripper!!
     
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    Whoever is victorious in Thursdays game between Australia and China will most probably take gold. I have all the confidence in the world in the Australians winning this tournament.
     
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    Do they televise these games in Australia?
     
  22. I doubt it.

    Anyway guys, there is no need to post scores as they are updated at the top of the thread as the IIHF records the scores.
     
  23. Avery4Byng*

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    Good luck to team Australia and to Adriane Esposito! should be a solid sweeping in the tournament for eAustralia. Also good luck to team new zealand and Andrew Hay....hope ya guys meet in the finals and the best team wins!! good luck from Kelowna, Canada
     
  24. There are no finals. ;)
     
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    oops... :cry:
     
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