Canada U19 in Finland

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  1. winther88

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    Sweden, Finland and Canada are going to play some exhibition games in Finland. Sweden have a U19-team that they are sending but I was a bit curious about Canadas roster.

    1 GK WINTJES Matthew 07.06.1993 Holland Landing, ON 180 77 CAN Newmarket
    30 GK SINCLAIR Brett 21.05.1993 St. Catharines, ON 177 75 CAN St. Catharines

    4 D MACPHERSON Jeff 05.11.1992 Bradford, ON 183 83 CAN Aurora
    16 D CARRICK Trevor 04.07.1994 Stouffville, ON 188 77 CAN Stouffille
    17 D DINEEN Matt 02.01.1992 Newmarket 185 82 CAN Newmarket
    18 D SULLIVAN Mike 16.06.1992 Scarborough, ON 185 85 CAN Markham
    20 D MCCARTHY Tyler 19.02.1992 Orangeville, ON 190 88 CAN Markham
    21 D MANN Rob 16.12.1992 Oshawa, ON 193 95 CAN Whitby
    23 D ARMSTRONG Nelson 09.12.1993 Peterborough, ON 183 91 CAN Peterborough
    25 D BOUCHARD Eric 18.06.1992 Barrie, ON 185 86 CAN Aurora Tigers

    2 F FULTON Travis 24.10.1992 Oakville, ON 175 72 CAN Georgetown
    7 F COOPER Mark 26.05.1992 Toronto, ON 185 80 CAN St. Michaels
    8 F WEBSTER Bowman 27.10.1992 Aurora, ON 180 84 CAN Newmarket
    9 F SIKURA Tyler 18.05.1992 Aurora, ON 185 82 CAN Newmarket
    10 F FRIEDMANN David 03.07.1993 Toronto, ON 180 79 SVK L Georgetown
    11 F KENDRA Jamie 25.02.1992 Markham, ON 180 86 CAN Markham
    12 F MCCRANK Mitchell 02.07.1993 Haileybury, ON 177 82 CAN Stratford
    14 F MCCLURE Brad 13.08.1993 Stratford, ON 180 75 CAN Stratford
    15 F MEGANNETY Patrick 01.02.1993 Oakville, ON 180 84 CAN Georgetown
    19 F FAUST Ej 17.02.1993 King City, ON 183 86 CAN Aurora
    22 F LISI Daniel 18.02.1993 King City, ON 185 91 CAN Aurora
    24 F PURVIS Ryan 30.03.1992 Orillia, ON 188 88 CAN Aurora

    Is this really the best Canada U19 can offer right now because I can't recognize a single player on this roster.

    Sweden is playing with a pretty strong, solid team and I wonder if this Canada team can stand a chance against them?
     
  2. joe89

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    The best Canadian U19 players are either 1. playing junior playoffs or 2. playing the U18 worlds.
     
  3. The Saw Is the Law

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    That looks like "OJHL all-stars" team...
     
  4. NeverGoingToWin

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    Canada doesn't care about these exhibition tournaments that Europe seems to host pretty often. I am Canadian and do not know any of those players. I recall there was a similar tournament last year and Canada lost by 10 goals in almost every game.
     
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    Seems like Canada came out pretty good in the 1st period and Sweden were flat, but kinda one street affair after that as expected.

    Sverige-Kanada 7-3
    (0-2, 3-1, 4-0)
    Period ett:
    02.16 utv 2 min Joakim Nordström slashing,
    07.42 0-1 Ryan Purvis assist Jamie Kendra och Patrick Megannety,
    11.16 0-2 Tyler Sikura assist Mike Sullivan,
    12.57 utv 2 min Ryan Purvis hooking
    Shots: 9-11.

    Period två:
    01.37 utv 2 min Mitchell Mccrank hooking,
    02.43 utv 2 min lagstraff (satts av Brad Mcclure) för många spelare på banan,
    03.29 1-2 Victor Berglind utan assist i power play spel fem mot tre,
    06.24 utv 2 min lagstraff (satts av Jeff MacPherson) för många spelare på banan,
    07.12 2-2 John Klingberg assist Daniel Mannberg och Johan Sundström i power play spel fem mot fyra,
    08.41 utv 2 min Jeff MacPherson holding,
    08.56 utv 2 min Ponthus Vesterholm hooking,
    11.36 2-3 Daniel Lisi assist Bowman Webster,
    12.48 3-3 Max Friberg assist Ludvig Rensfeldt och Johan Sundström
    Shots: 23-4.

    Period tre:
    05.36 4-3 Mattias Bäckman assist Johan Larsson och Ludvig Rensfeldt,
    11.39 utv 2 min Patrik Nemeth charging,
    12.25 5-3 Max Friberg assist Johan Sundström och Erik Gustafsson i box play spel fyra mot fem,
    14.47 6-3 Pathrik Vesterholm assist John Klingberg,
    17.06 utv 2 min Ryan Purvis boarding,
    17.46 7-3 Johan Sundström assist Ponthus Vesterholm och Daniel Mannberg i power play spel fem mot fyra,
    19.40 utv 2 min Tyler Mccarthy roughing,
    20.00 utv 2+2+10 min Tyler Mccarthy butt-ending+butt-ending+misconduct
    Shots: 19-4. Total: 51-19.
     
  6. DrPabloRamirez

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    Another Canada junior team is going to play in Russia against MHL select team, Russia U19 and Slovakia U19 (last two teams only with 1992 born players).
    Here is Canada roster, it is BCHL select team:

    G Khaleed Devji 1992 Coquitlam Express
    G Kris Moore 1990 Salmon Arm SilverBacks

    D Troy Paterson 1992 Cowichan Valley Capitals
    D Justin Fillion 1990 Victoria Grizzlies
    D Brandon Pfeil 1992 Merritt Centennials
    D Mitch Jones 1991 Surrey Eagles
    D Josh Manson 1991 Salmon Arm SilverBacks
    D Jayson Reardon 1990 Salmon Arm SilverBacks

    F Brayden Jaw 1992 Nanaimo Clippers
    F Mike Hammond 1990 Salmon Arm SilverBacks
    F Evan Richardson 1994 Victoria Grizzlies
    F Jacob Charles 1992 Coquitlam Express
    F Austin Carroll 1994 Coquitlam Express
    F Malcolm McKinney 1992 Coquitlam Express
    F RJay Berra 1990 Prince George Spruce Kings
    F Brett Knowles 1991 Salmon Arm SilverBacks
    F Bryce Gervais 1992 Salmon Arm SilverBacks
    F Devin Gannon 1991 Salmon Arm SilverBacks
    F David Killip 1991 Salmon Arm SilverBacks
    F Jarryd Ten Vaanholt 1991 Salmon Arm SilverBacks
     
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    MHL team Krylya Sovetov won them 9-2 yesterday
     
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    The MHL seems to be a different level than the Canadian tier 2 guys. Which begs the question, have they ever thought about matching MHL teams against CHL teams? Would love to see that.
     
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    MHL clubs would get destroyed with the exception of perhaps Red Army. CHL team v.s MHL all-stars would be a better match.
     
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    How can that be if Red Army is only in 8th place?:huh:

    MHL vs CHL clubs would be a good series. Obviously, CHL teams are more talented but, in general, MHL clubs are older.

    Don't forget Russia won WJC with a roster stacked full of players who spent considerable time in MHL.
     
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    Red Army are showing up when it matters are they not? I believe they have the most individual talent to match up with a CHL team. The other teams would not do as well, only a team like the Red Stars would compete imo, of course whether the match is played on large or small ice is a huge factor in the series. CHL teams would win a large percentage of the games in small ice whereas the Russian teams should have an advantage on the larger ice surface.
     
  12. PensFan101

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    Those guys are all Tier II junior guys. A bunch are likely college bound - McClure turned down a spot on Owen Sound this year I believe to stay NCAA - but none are really NHL prospects right now.
     
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    I wonder why Sweden and Finland agrees to meet this versions of "team Canada". They would better of inviting some european u-19 team.
     
  14. Shootmaster_44

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    I'm guessing most Swedes and Finns wouldn't know that this is a second level league all-star team. They would see Canada on the front of their jerseys and beating Canada is more prestige than beating Germany. Are they wearing the official Hockey Canada, Team Canada jerseys at this? What I mean is is it the same jersey that the World Juniors wear?
     

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