U-18: Day 1

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  1. Seachd

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    For a few reasons (1: No exposure on International Tournament Board, 2: This has to do with prospects, 3: I have too much time on my hands), I thought I'd post summaries of today's games at the Under-18 Tournament in Minsk.

    Denmark - 2

    1) Jannik Hansen (Dennis Nielsen)
    2) Peter Regin (Morten Madsen, Jannik Hansen)

    USA - 5

    1) Phil Kessel (Kevin Porter, Brandon Scero) PP
    2) Nathan Davis (Matt Auffrey, Phil Kessel)
    3) Kevin Porter (Tom Fritsche, Bryan Lerg)
    4) Tom Fritsche (Kevin Porter, Bryan Lerg)
    5) Matt Auffrey (Phil Kessel, Nathan Davis)

    Shots:

    DEN - 11
    USA - 33

    Goalies:

    DEN - Sebastian Dahm
    USA - Cory Schneider
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    Norway - 4

    1) Jesper Hoel (Mathis Olimb)
    2) Mathias Trygg (Dennis Sveum)
    3) Martin Hagen (Fredrik Thinn)
    4) Fredrik Stensberg (Mats Aasen)

    Russia - 8

    1) Alexander Plyuschev (Alexander Radulov, Roman Voloshenko)
    2) Roman Voloshenko (Anton Belov) PP
    3) Dmitri ****ikov (Denis Parshin) PP
    4) Alexander Radulov (Mikhail Yunkov, Roman Voloshenko)
    5) Sergei Ogorodnikov (Sergei Salnikov, Evgeni Malkin)
    6) Roman Voloshenko (Adgur Dzhugelia)
    7) Sergei Ogorodnikov (Nikolai Kulemin)
    8) Evgeni Malkin

    Shots:

    NOR - 31
    RUS - 61

    Goalies:

    NOR - Lars Paulgaard, Lars Haugen
    RUS - Anton Khudobin
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    Sweden - 0

    Canada - 5

    1) Jean-Michel Rizk (Kyle Chipchura)
    2) Andy Rogers (Adam Berti, Ryan Garlock) PP
    3) Liam Reddox (Aaron Gagnon, Frederik Cabana)
    4) Liam Reddox (Aaron Gagnon, Frederik Cabana)
    5) Jean-Michel Rizk (Kyle Chipchura) SH

    Shots:

    SWE - 16
    CAN - 30

    Goalies:

    SWE - Magnus Akerlund
    CAN - Devan Dubnyk
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    Czech Republic - 1

    1) Vladimir Sobotka

    Slovakia - 1

    1) Erik Piatak

    Shots:

    CZE - 19
    SVK - 16

    Goalies:

    CZE - Marek Schwarz
    SVK - Michal Valent
     
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    Czech v Slovak

    This must have been a great game. No goalie stats listed though. Do you no anything about Valent? Ranked 10th among European goalies. Seems to have matched Schwarz in the game.

     
  3. Bad News Benning

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    Who's Roman Voloshenko? when's he draft eligible?
     
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    He's draft eligible this year. He's kind of been under the radar for a lot of the year until he got 7 points in 4 games at the 5 Nations tourney. Not a great skater but he has a good shot and can play physical. He's kind of a garbage goal guy who knows where to be to score and knows how to put the puck in the net. He will likely go late 1st or early 2nd. I think he should get definite consideration from the Oilers with their 2nd 1st round pick.
     
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    Day 2: (Updated later with DEN vs. BLR)

    Finland - 9

    1) Lauri Korpikoski (Petteri Nokelainen, Teemu Laakso)
    2) Antti Turunen
    3) Miikka Tuomainen (Janne Kolehmainen)
    4) Lauri Tukonen PS
    5) Jarmo Jokila (Jussi Ruohola) SH
    6) Lauri Tukonen (Lauri Korpikoski, Petteri Nokelainen)
    7) Jari Sailio (Antti Jaatinen)
    8) Teemu Laakso (Petteri Nokelainen, Lauri Tukonen)
    9) Lauri Tukonen (Tuomas Gardstrom) SH

    Norway - 0

    Shots:

    FIN - 42
    NOR - 15

    Goalies:

    FIN - Tuukka Rask
    NOR - Lars Haugen, Lars Paulgaard
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    Belarus - 1

    1) Vadzim Sushko PP

    Denmark - 4

    1) Peter Regin (Morten Madsen)
    2) Jannik Hansen (Martin Oldendow-Larsen)
    3) Morten Madsen (Jannik Hansen) PP
    4) Peter Regin (Jannik Hansen) PP

    Shots:

    BLR - 23
    DEN - 25

    Goalies:

    BLR - Dzmitry Milchakou
    DEN - Sebastian Dahm
     
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    Tukonen hattrick! :yo: :hockey: :gman:
     
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    Wow, I know it's only against Norway but Lauri Tukonen really seems to be in a league of his own.For the ones having seen him play, what do you think his scoring potential in the NHL is. Do you think he has more offensive potential then let's say Rotislav Olesz and Andrew Ladd. What team will draft him? Thanks for the answers to my numerous questions.
     
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    Offense: More than Ladd, less than Olesz.
     
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    Does anyone know when Rizk is draft eligible?
     
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    there are two threads at the international tournaments where you are now very welcome to discuss the tournament, the games, the players etc.
     
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    Jean Michel Rizk is eligible this year
     
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    Thank you. I haven't seen him talked about at all yet I'd heard good things about him before. (Rizk)
     
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    Day 3:

    USA - 6

    1) Brandon Scero (Phil Kessel) PP
    2) Chad Kolarik (Matt Auffrey) PP
    3) Bryan Lerg (Kevin Porter) SH
    4) Jarod Palmer (Kevin Swallow)
    5) Jason Desantis (Bryan Lerg) PP
    6) Jack Johnson (Bryan Lerg, Chad Kolarik) PP

    Sweden - 2

    1) Tommy Enstrom (Viktor Lindgren)
    2) Oscar Hedman (Nicklas Bergfors, Martin Gundmundsson) PP

    Shots:

    USA - 37
    SWE - 21

    Goalies:

    USA - Cory Schneider
    SWE - Magnus Akerlund
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    Russia - 1

    1) Sergei Ogorodnikov (Nikolai Kulemin, Sergei Salnikov)

    Czech Republic - 1

    1) Jan Danecek (Lubomir Stach, Roman Psurny) PP

    Shots:

    RUS - 24
    CZE - 21

    Goalies:

    RUS - Anton Khudobin
    CZE - Marek Schwarz
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    Canada - 7

    1) John Lammers
    2) Eric Hunter (Andy Rogers) PP
    3) Wes O'Neill (Liam Reddox, Kris Versteeg)
    4) John Lammers (Adam Berti, Ryan Garlock) PP
    5) Liam Reddox (Kris Versteeg) PP
    6) Kyle Chipchura (Eric Hunter, Jean-Michel Rizk)
    7) Eric Hunter (Peter Tsimikalis)

    Belarus - 2

    1) Yauhen Haranin (Siarhei Kastsitsyn) PP
    2) Dzmitry Pantsyrau (Aliaksei Shahau, Yauhen Zhylinski) PP

    Shots:

    CAN - 27
    BLR - 13

    Goalies:

    CAN - Justin Pogge
    BLR - Dzmitry Milchakou
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    Slovakia - 2

    1) Lukas Handlovsky (Marek Zagrapan)
    2) Roman Tomanek (Lukas Handlovsky, Boris Valabik)

    Finland - 2

    1) Petteri Nokelainen (Lauri Tukonen, Lauri Korpikoski)
    2) Petteri Nokelainen (Lauri Korpikoski)

    Shots:

    SVK - 7
    FIN - 16

    Goalies:

    SVK - Michal Valent
    FIN - Tuukka Rask
     
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    I"m a huge fan of Tukonen, and great to seem him shine....I know he can score plus his all around game is awesome and he really has improved this year. His stock is rising :)

    I was hoping my man Kessel would be playing better..I hear he has been getting chances but struggling to finish.
     
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    Man, does that ever sound like a boring game.
     
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    anyone know where to find +/- stats for a player like Valabik?
     
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    Here, although it doesn't seem to be updated for the second game yet. (Click on SVK under team stats).
     
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    LW Nokelainen C Tukonen and RW Korpikoski is a good line for the Finns. The only one that is capable of playing a cycling game as a unit. The other Finnish lines rely more on opportunism to score.
     
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    Where is Malkin? I thought he was supposed to be "catching up to Ovechkin"...Ovechkin broke the record in scoring in this tournament...where is Malkin?
     
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    Not Eligible?
     
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    isn't he playing?
     
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    Yes he is. I think he had a goal and an assist in the first game.
     
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    Malkin isnt on as strong as a team that Ovechkin had IMO. Although if some of the others put it together should be a strong team.
     
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    Lerg has looked good so far for the U.S. Anyone have any information on him?
     
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