Euro Hockey Tour: EHT 2013-2014 • 2nd Stage • Karjala Cup • Nov. 7-10 [CZE/FIN/RUS/SWE]

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  1. russianhockey

    russianhockey Registered User

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    07.11.13
    17 : 30 rus-fin | 3-4
    19 : 00 swe-cze | 6-0

    09.11.13
    11 : 30 swe-rus
    15 : 30 fin-cze

    10.11.13
    11 : 30 cze-rus
    15 : 30 fin-swe​
     
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    Extended Roster of Russia:
    Barulin
    Koshechkin
    Yeryomenko

    Aleksandrov
    Ryasensky
    Chudinov
    Biryukov
    Zubarev
    Kiselevich
    Medvedev
    Nikulin

    Averin
    Plotnikov
    Burmistrov
    Varnakov
    Petrov
    Svitov
    Tereshchenko
    Glukhov
    Kablukov
    Kovalchuk
    Tikhonov
    Shipachyov
    Panarin
    Lisin
    Kokarev
    Perezhogin
    Popov

    Still cant believe, Bilyaletdinov did not invited the both KHL Top Scorers Zaripov & Mozyakin
     
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    Nice to see that Russia will have quite high profile team there. Finland will have basically its best euro players there, so I think we'll see an interesting tournament. Finnish team will be announced next week.
     
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    im also full of hope on the upcoming stage.
     
  5. FiLe

    FiLe Mr. Know-It-Nothing

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    Finland's roster:

    Jussi Rynnäs, Kärpät
    Niko Hovinen, Novokuznetsk

    Teemu Laakso, Severstal
    Jere Karalahti, Jokerit
    Ossi Väänänen, Jokerit
    Lasse Kukkonen, Kärpät
    Tuukka Mäntylä, Novokuznetsk
    Sami Lepistö, Avtomobilist
    Juuso Hietanen, Torpedo
    Topi Jaakola, Lev Prague

    Niklas Hagman, Ässät
    Jori Lehterä, Sibir
    Petteri Wirtanen, Donbass
    Sakari Salminen, Torpedo
    Jonas Enlund, Sibir
    Jarkko Immonen, Torpedo
    Petri Kontiola, Traktor
    Mika Pyörälä, Kärpät
    Antti Pihlström, Ufa
    Juhamatti Aaltonen, Kärpät
    Oskar Osala, Neftekhimik
    Teemu Hartikainen, Ufa
    Leo Komarov, Dynamo Moscow


    D Petteri Nummelin had to withdraw due to injury. Replaced by Jere Karalahti.
     
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    Eat your hearts out Czechs, swedes and russians. we finns gonna blow this one 3-0 like we did the last one. Easy win
     
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    Sweden named its roster today.

    L 11 Simon Hjalmarsson
    R 12 Fredrik Pettersson
    C 13 Tom Wandell
    C 20 Joel Lundqvist
    R 22 Robin Figren
    C 24 Martin Janmark
    C 25 David Ullström
    C 26 Niklas Olausson
    R 40 Pär Arlbrandt
    R 44 Nicklas Danielsson
    L 45 Oscar Möller
    L 67 Martin Thörnberg
    C 71 William Karlsson
    L 86 Linus Klasen

    D 2 Simon Bertilsson
    D 6 Tom Nilsson
    D 9 Niclas Andersén
    D 15 John Klingberg
    D 33 Elias Fälth
    D 48 Daniel Rahimi
    D 50 Sebastian Erixon

    G 1 Henrik Karlsson
    G 31 Johan Backlund
     
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    Where are players like Alm, Tellqvist, Rautio, Bergfors, Videll, Paulsson? And MÃ¥rts said to hockeysverige that Persson would have made the team if he was not injured, thats just insane. MÃ¥rts needs to get fired.

    Anyways I want to see this lineup...


    Hjalmarsson - Janmark - Arlbrant
    Klasen - Olausson - Thörnberg
    Möller - Wandell - Ullström
    Rödin - Karlsson - Figren


    Fälth - Andersen
    Klingberg - Bertilsson
    Erixon - Rahimi


    Karlsson (2 games)
    Backlund


    Extras: Nilsson, Danielsson, Lundqvist.


    Time for Tre Kronor to win some games in EHT. Im tired of losing.
     
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    FiLe Mr. Know-It-Nothing

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    There indeed seems to be some kind of systematic aversion towards Swedes who play in SM-liiga. However, as soon as they've moved on, to KHL or back to SHL, they've suddenly got an invitation.
     
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    Yes he is. Craig Schira and Simon Gysbers are the only defenders I'd take to my team before him. Terrific shot, great playmaking ability and skating, one of the best open ice hitters in the league, he has good leadership ability and as a defender he is starting to hit his prime.
     
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    its the same for finns who play in shl. no salmela in lejoniit team...the guy is top 10 in shl.
     
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    As far as I know, Salmela was left off the team in the spring due to ahem- personal problems. I assume that is the reason he is still out and to be honest I do not miss him one bit. There have been Finnish players from SHL in EHT recently though, like Ville Lajunen and Kukkonen last year.
     
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    Indeed. Salmela is currently persona non grata for the Finnish NT for the same reason Jere Karalahti's career took a turn to south in the mid-2000s and made him an unwanted player in both the NT pool and the NHL.

    And like Gaps pointed out, there have been plenty of Finns who have even made major tournaments from the SHL. An especially prominent example is Tomi Kallio, who I believe has the reputation as one of the most feared snipers in Elitserien. There have also been a fair amount of Finns who had good bouts in Sweden and made at least EHT thanks to that. Mikko Lehtonen (the forward) comes to mind, for example.

    Of course, the amount of Swedes in SM-liiga over the years has been relatively small, at least when compared the other way around. But still, even those who have done good have hardly got any notions. A good example is Jonas Andersson, who was tearing up SM-liiga for both HPK and Kärpät, but only piqued interest and made the EHT and eventually WHC as well only after his transfer to Minsk in the KHL.
     
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    Erkka Westerlund said in an interview this tournament will be higher level than World Championship tournament, referring to player selections.

    Also Columbus GM Jarmo Kekäläinen Joined Finland coaching staff as Assistant GM to Jari Kurri and he will give information of Finnish players in NHL and also scout opponents for Sochi
     
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    Kurri as Keklu's boss? Now that sounds just... perverse.
     
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    Väänänen, Kousa, Eronen, Söderholm, Schira, Gysbers, Kukkonen, Pokka, Näkyvä, Savilahti-Nagander, Morrisonn and Taimi for start and few others are same category with him.
     
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    You know what would be even more perverse? Kale giving Kurri's current post to Juti, making Juti Keklu's boss (assuming he stays after this season).
     
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    Is Niko Kapanen injured? He is still seriously competing for 4th line center spot in Sotchi.
     
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    Yes he is. and Janne Pesonen aswell. Also Jere Karalahti and Janne Niskala were close to Karjala tournament selection and Tami Tamminen put out Hytönen as 5th name that are probaply the last 5 players outside this group to have chance for Sochi
     
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    Väänänen is in his decline, Kousa is poor man's Masuhr, Eronen is all about offensive game, Söderholm is in his decline, Pokka is good young talent but he's not at Masuhr's level right now, Näkyvä is all about offensive game, Savilahti-Nagander has good shot but that's about it, Morrisonn is all about defensive game and Taimi is not even close.
     
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    what's this guys situation with contract? I'd like him in CSKA :D
     
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    offense looks really sirious!!! a lot of heavyweights in there.
     
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    Czech's Roster

    Jakub Kovář (Jekatěrinburg, KHL),
    Jakub Å těpánek (Čerepovec, KHL).

    Petr Čáslava (Čerepovec, KHL)
    Lukáš Krajíček (Dynamo Minsk, KHL),
    Zdeněk Kutlák (Slovan Bratislava, KHL),
    Jakub Nakládal, Martin Ševc (oba HC Lev Praha, KHL),
    Tomáš Kaberle, Milan Doudera (oba Rytíři Kladno).

    Roman Červenka (Petrohrad, KHL),
    Jan Kovář (Magnitogorsk, KHL),
    Zbyněk Irgl (Dynamo Minsk, KHL),
    Petr Hubáček (Jyväskylä, Finsko),
    Jakub Petružálek (Chabarovsk, KHL),
    Lukáš KaÅ¡par, Václav Nedorost (oba Doněck, KHL),
    Petr Vrána, Jiří Sekáč (oba HC Lev Praha, KHL),
    Tomáš Rolinek, Ivan Rachůnek, Jan Buchtele (vÅ¡ichni HC Sparta Praha),
    Radek Smoleňák (Pelicans Lahti, Finsko),
    Ondřej Roman (HC Vítkovice Steel).

    Náhradníci:
    Alexandr Salák (Petrohrad, KHL), Jan Piskáček, Jakub Krejčík, Daniel Přibyl (vÅ¡ichni HC Sparta Praha), Robert Kousal (HC ČSOB PojiÅ¡ťovna Pardubice).
     

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