U16 4 Nations Tournament (CZE, FIN, RUS, SWE)

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  1. Tormentor

    Tormentor Registered User

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    LINK to rosters, results and stats.

    11th of Feb 2011:
    Sweden - Russia
    Finland - Czech Republic

    12th of Feb 2011:
    Finland - Russia
    Czech Republic - Sweden

    13th of Feb 2011:
    Finland - Sweden
    Russia - Czech Republic
     
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    that's 95? get ready, guys)
     
  3. vorky

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    Yes, it is 95.

    Swe - Rus 1:2 after 1st intermission
    FYRPIHL Rasmus (GARPENLÖV William, BERGMAN Julius, PP)- ALEXEEV Andrey, ZAKARLYUKIN Alexey (GALEEV Ruzal)

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    25:30, 1:3, TOLCHINSKIY Sergey
    37:21, 1:4, ALEXEEV Andrey (ZAKARLYUKIN Alexey, GAVRILOV Vladislav)
     
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  4. pouskin74*

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    game is 60 min. long.... they allowed to sweden score twice in the end of 3-th period. however Russia won 4-3. btw- russians won swedens 6-1 by penaltys.....
     
  5. Peter25

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    Most of them will probably ruin themselves by leaving too early anyway. Don't get your hopes up. We should be pessimists in this case. Russian junior hockey is dying and those with decent talent will be surely ruined by the CHL.

    Kuznetsov seems to be a great exception of the rule though. He did not make the mistake of leaving too early.
     
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    Isn't that always been the case? With russia it's more like a quantity thing, with a big number of very talented kids of which one here and there become superstars.

    FIN 4 - RUS 2 :yo:
     
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    The problem is that those with good enough talent leave too early and don't become players that they should be.

    It appears that Evgeny Kuznetsov is on his way to becoming a superstar, which Russia has not produced since Malkin. Kuznetsov has followed the same path that Malkin did, and so should every other Russian that has a chance to become an elite player.

    By the way, Russia does not have that many kids playing hockey. Sweden and Czechs have more.
     
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    No Viktor Crus-Rydberg on the swedish roster? That kid's a treat to watch.
     
  9. Jussi

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    Yes they do. They're just "outside the team" and therefore not registered players. Look up jatkoaika.com, a guy who played some years for Dynamo (Moscow?) juniors when he lived there, explained the system.
     
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    How indicative of future success do these U16 tournaments tend to be?
     
  11. Tormentor

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    To some extent, but it must be taken into consideration that often over a half of the team will be changed by the time WU18C's are played two years later. Some show promise already at this age, but it can be misleading in some cases.
     

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