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  1. pickell

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    Any info on there game last night?
     
  2. Slitty

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    YEah, Finalnd-Latvia... what was the score?
     
  3. Pekka Lampinen

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    The federation's site says Finland beat Latvia 3-1. Shots 41-9, Rämö started.

    Goals:

    Lindgren (Tukonen, Laakso)
    Laakso (Kolehmainen)
    Heino (Sinisalo, Alikoski)
     
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    who scored for Latvia?
     
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    Finland U-20-Latvijas U-20, 22 December, Burnaby B.C.
    FIN-LAT 3:1 (1:1, 1:0, 1:0)

    ?:??....0-1, LAT: #16 Daugavins (#17 Zelubovskis, #25 Bullitis) *PPG
    12:36..1-1, FIN: #15 Lindgren (#9 Tukonen, #28 Laakso) *PPG
    23:07..2-1, FIN: #28 Laakso (#11 Kolehmainen) *PPG
    51:39..3-1, FIN: #29 Heino (#24 Sinisalo, #10 Alikoski)

    Goalies: FIN #1 Ramo (8 saves, 9 shots), LAT #30 Avotins (38 saves, 41 shots)
    Penalty minutes: FIN, 12 minors=24 minutes....LAT, 13 minors=26 minutes

    FIN player of match: Teemu Laakso
     
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    Anyone know tonight's score against Slovakia?
     
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    3-2 for Finland
     
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    Great!

    Anyone know who scored?


    EDIT: Some "inside" information: Teemu Laakso rested against Slovakia because he got a stick shoved in his mouth in the Latvia game so that he broke his mouth guard and got stitches to his gums. Also, his teeth "moved" so that they couldn't use the old mold to make him a new mouth guard.

    He'll have to play with a crappy temporary one for a few games, let's see how that affects him.
     
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    Lauri Korpikoski
    Petteri Wirtanen
    Lauri Tukonen
     
  10. Joe MacMillan

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    Who was in goal?
     
  11. Panopticon

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    Rask
     
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    Has Finland named their Starting goalie yet ??
     
  13. Panopticon

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    I think Rask and Rämö will just take turns.
     
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    I was hoping that since Rask played Slovakia and Ramo played Latvia that one could draw the conclusion that you would play your starter in the more difficult game as warm up ..
     
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    How did the shots go?
     
  16. Joe MacMillan

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    Rämö faced only 9 shots so he wasn't actually tested. If I was Finland I'd start Rask in the Canada game and Rämö in the USA game, because Rask got the better warm-up in the Slovakia game.
     
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    Who scored the goals for Slovakia?
     
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    I guess they plan to play Rask in the more difficult games in the future and give the Switzerland and Norway games to Rämö. But that's just a guess...
     
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    Goals for Slovakia: Lascek and Scurko.
     
  20. BuppY

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    what were the shots like in the slovakia/Finland game?
     
  21. CH Wizard

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    Anybody saw the game? Did Mikus play well?
     
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