2004 U-17 World Hockey Championships?

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  1. Newfie Bruin

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    2004 U-17 World Hockey Championships

    Does anyone know anything about this? If there are any highly talented prospects in this tourney? This is because it is being held in St. John's, NL were i live and i was wondering if i should get tickets for it.

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    This you would love to go to. All the best players in Canada, USA, RUssia, Germany, Slovakia, and Finland sends a so so team over. The one I went to had Marc-Andre Fleury, Rick Nash, Nikolai Zherdev, Eric Staal, Jeff Tambalini, Braydon Coburn, Martin Vagner, Peter Kanko, Jakub Kories, Jakub Klepis, Vladisalv Evseev, Anton Babchuk, Patrick O'Sullivan, Mark Stuart, Patrick Eaves to name a few big big names that I can remember.

    This years one might be more talented here are a few prospects who should be there that are worth the waite and to watch:

    Western Teams:
    Gilbert Brule
    Daniel Bertram
    Mike Gauthier
    Jonathan Toews
    Chris Durand
    Carey Price
    Tanner Stockwell
    Brock Bradford
    Devin Setoguchi
    Adam Hobson
    Nick Drazenovic
    Zach Hamill
    Keegan Dansereau

    Ontario:
    Chris Lawrence
    ANdrew Cogliano
    Patrick McNeill
    Brian Little
    Tony Rizzi
    Marc Staal
    Ryan O’Marra

    Russia:
    Alexander SOpin
    Alexander Vasyunov
    Vitaly Anikeenko
    Andrei Kiryukhin

    USA:
    Jeff Frazee
    Jason Lawrence
    Phil Kessel
    Peter Mueller
    Chad Morin
    Jack Skille
    Bobby Ryan (if there)
    Jack Johnson
    Carter Camper (If there)

    Atlantic:
    Crosby (should have been there, but WJHC will take him instead)
    Daniel Ryder
    Luc Bourdon
    Ryan Mior

    Quebec:
    J-P Levasseur
    J-P Paquet
    Romy Elayoubi
    Gulliame Latendresse
    Francis Charland
    Mathieu Carle
    M-A Cote
    Benjamin Breault (should be there)
     
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    You can add Cody Bass, Jason Bailey and Elgin Reid to Team Ontario, with Ryan Wilson having a good chance.
     
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    Daniel Ryder is from Newfoundland...where i am from..Newfies rule!!
    He is suppose to better than his brother (is better now than Michael was at his age)

    Anyways, i wasn't awhere that this was this big!!

    I definitely should get tickets for it.

    Any future first rounders/stars!!
     
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    If the USA hockey website is correct, and no injuries crop up on their tournament in Europe this week, this should be their roster:

    Birnstill, Scott F
    Blasé, Bill G
    Cahill, Chris F
    Felde, Erik D
    Foligno, Nick F
    Fraser, Jimmy F
    Frazee, Jeff G
    Gentile, Brandon D
    Gerbe, Nathan F
    Inman, David D
    Johnson, Jack D
    Jones, Zach D
    Kemp, John F
    Kessel, Philip F
    Lawrence, Jason F
    Lawrence, Nathan F
    MacVoy, Zach F
    Mitera, Mark D
    Morin, Chad D
    Mueller, Peter F
    Skille, Jack F
    Stoa, Ryan F
    Stuart, Mike D
     
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    hey

    watch out for my buddy sutts (brett sutter),(darryl's son) he'll kick some butt out there, hes on team pacific, go get them brett.
     
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    In the meantime, you can read this about U17. The Source: eurohockey.net

    "The Russian U17 team wins an unique game against the United States

    A Four Nations Tournament is taking place in Magnitogorsk, Russia featuring teams from the United States, Russia, Slovakia and Switzerland. All four teams made it to the remote Russian town safely, however, the U.S. found itself with a unique problem before the start of its exhibition game against Russia yesterday. Only 13 players' equipment arrived in time for the game, leaving the U.S. Under-17 Team unable to field an official team. But that didn't stop the teams. The U.S. played with 13 skaters and borrowed the Russian backup goalie to be its own net minder for the game. The result of the impromptu scrimmage was an 8-4 Russia win."
     
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    I can't tell you much about the talent level, but it should definately be sweet. I live in Mount Pearl, and I am trying to decide what to do about tickets. I think if Crosby plays for team atlantic, I will buy a Mile One package. If not, I will buy single game tickets for both venues so I can see the Russians and Finns play, plus some games for team Atlantic. I think the rosters get released some time in early December, but I could be wrong.
     
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    I went to a lot of the games in 2001/02 when they were held in Selkirk/Stonewall. It was good stuff, and the list of talented players is tremendous. Alexandre Ovechkin, Jakub Sindel, Al Montoya, T.J. Hensick, Adam Pineault, Nathan Horton, Ryan Suter, Braydon Coburn, Dion Phaneuf, Anthony Stewart, Ryan Getzlaf, Jeff Carter, Brent Seabrook, Steve Bernier, Eric Fehr, Mike Richards, Corey Perry and Shawn Belle (first rounders in 2003 or projected in 2004) all played in the tournament, and that's not including other good prospects like Vrana, Glazachev, Stone and V. Polak. I suspect that this tournament won't be any different. If I weren't stuck in the Prairies I'd go in a heartbeat.
     
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    Does Tom Mannino have a chance for the USA?
     
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    Probably not.

    The only guys I could see getting added are Bobby Ryan and maybe Steve Spade.
     
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