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  1. Mens Division I Group A World Championships 2017 in Kyiv (UKR) Day 6 Schedule (27th April 2017) GMT +3 17:00 Poland vs Hungary 20:30 Austria vs South Korea *If South Korea win this match (Doesn´t matter if in Regulation Time or after Overtime) South Korea will re-write the sport and Ice Hockey history confirming their first ever historic promotion into the Top Division. Livestream
  2. MEN'S DIVISION I GROUP B WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Round-Robin DAY 3 Japan 6 - 2 Estonia Period-by-Period: 1-0, 3-1, 2-1 April 26th 2017, h. 12:30, SSE Arena, Belfast HIGHLIGHTS Netherlands 2 - 6 Croatia Period-by-Period: 0-4, 1-1, 1-1 April 26th 2017, h. 16:00, SSE Arena, Belfast HIGHLIGHTS Great Britain 5 - 2 Lithuania Period-by-Period: 4-1, 0-0, 1-1 April 26th 2017, h. 19:30, SSE Arena, Belfast HIGHLIGHTS Round-Robin Provisional Standing After Day 3 Nation P W(OTW) L(OTL) GF GA +/- Pt. Japan 3 3(0) 0(0) 16 5 +11 9 Great Britain 3 3(0) 0(0) 14 5 +9 9 Lithuania 3 2(0) 1(0) 13 5 +8 6 Croatia 3 1(0) 2(0) 10 10 0 3 Estonia 3 0(0) 3(0) 3 14 -11 0 Netherlands 3 0(0) 3(0) 3 20 -17 0
  3. MEN'S DIVISION I GROUP A WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Round-Robin DAY 5 Kazakhstan 4 - 2 Ukraine Period-by-Period: 2-0, 0-2, 2-0 April 26th 2017, h. 20:30, Palace of Sports, Kyiv HIGHLIGHTS
  4. MEN'S DIVISION I GROUP A WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Round-Robin DAY 5 Kazakhstan 4 - 2 Ukraine Period-by-Period: 2-0, 0-2, 2-0 April 26th 2017, h. 20:30, Palace of Sports, Kyiv Kazakhstan in, Ukraine down Last-period goals seal win for favourites Kazakhstan beat Ukraine 4-2 to remain in race for promotion while the fourth loss for the hosts means it will be relegated back to the Division I Group B. Kazakhstan improved its record to 3-1 to remain in contention for a top-two spot and continue its ambition to return to the top division. Ukraine needed at least one point to keep hopes alive to stay in this group. The team battled hard and came back from a 2-0 deficit but Kazakhstan was too strong, outshot the Ukrainians 47-22 and eventually got the expected win after two third-period goals. Nigel Dawes gave Kazakhstan the lead after just three-and-a-half minutes when he redirected a shot from the blue line by Maxim Semyonov through Bodgan Dyachenko’s five-hole. The 18-year-old goaltender who led HC Donbass to the Ukrainian championship recently got a rough start in his debut but eventually made 43 saves and had a 91.49% save percentage in his debut in an IIHF men’s championship. “We trusted in him from the beginning and he became more confident with every save,” said Ukraine’s assistant coach Pavlo Mikhonik. The Ukrainians got hope when Kazakhstan took three consecutive penalties during the rest of the period but it didn’t result in more than a post shot. With one second left in the period Martin St-Pierre made it a two-goal gap after a pass from behind the net from Brandon Bochenski. “We haven’t had any easy games here. We got the win and we’re back on track, that’s what we needed in the end,” said Bochenski, who contributed three points to the 4-2 win. “They were smart. They played good defensively and were waiting for counter-attacks and scored on their chances. That’s how to play if I was them.” At 14:24 of the second period Dmytro Nimenko eventually made the home crowd cheer when he concluded a successful Ukrainian attack after a side pass in front of the net from Olexander Pobiedonostsev to make it a 2-1 deficit. And it took less than a minute and the game was tied at two. Sergei Babynets got the puck on the left side, skated and got little opposition from Kazakh defenceman Alexander Lipin to be able to shoot and score. “We had more chances but when we were up 2-0 our players played risky. The Ukrainian team was quite active until the end,” said Kazakhstan coach Eduard Zankovets, who took his time-out after the 2-2 goal. Kazakhstan made up for the blackout early in the third period. At 1:59 Nikita Mikhailis skated through the Ukrainian defence after a great pass from Roman Starchenko to regain his team the lead. And Bochenski made it 4-2 with his shot from the face-off dot on a power play with three minutes left in the game. “We became more confident in the second period but the Canadian players on the Kazakh team are much stronger than our players,” said Mikhonik.
  5. MEN'S DIVISION I GROUP A WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Round-Robin DAY 5 Kazakhstan 4 - 2 Ukraine Period-by-Period: 2-0, 0-2, 2-0 April 26th 2017, h. 20:30, Palace of Sports, Kyiv Round-Robin Provisional Standing After Day 5 Nation P W(OTW) L(OTL) GF GA +/- Pt. South Korea 3 3(0) 0(0) 12 5 +7 9 Kazakhstan 4 3(1) 1(0) 10 9 +1 8 Austria 3 2(0) 1(0) 6 4 +2 6 Poland 3 1(0) 2(1) 4 6 -2 4 Hungary 3 1(0) 2(0) 7 9 -2 3 Ukraine 4 0(0) 4(0) 6 12 -6 0
  6. Friendly Matches 26th April 2017 Mens Road to World Championships Switzerland - Denmark 4-5
  7. hey bite your tongue btw just watching the statistics, quite alarming, especially the penalities. 12-0 Penalty minutes only in first period...wow, you played more than half of the period shorthanded clearly there some problems with discipline. but overall it wasn´t so one-sided as the result would say. the problem were the 21 seconds between 13:29 and 13:50 when you conceded 3 goals !!! after this the match gone, you can see the moment in the video from 0:27 to 0:50
  8. Still confusing, considering your speed skating and field hockey world dominance
  9. yep, not at all but what a first period for Croatia
  10. http://cdn.livetvcdn.net/webplayer.php?t=ifrx&c=680059&lang=en&eid=524751&lid=680059&ci=1265&si=2
  11. [hide] Preliminary Round April 27th - May 2nd, 2017 16 Nations, 4 Groups, 1st and 2nd Nations from each Group will qualify for Quarterfinals Group A Date and Venue Team 1 T1 T2 Team 2 April 27th 2017, h. 17:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Ecuador 2 Senegal April 27th 2017, h. 20:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Bahamas 4 Switzerland April 29th 2017, h. 17:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Switzerland 2 Ecuador April 29th 2017, h. 20:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Senegal 2 Bahamas May 1st 2017, h. 17:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Switzerland 3 Senegal May 1st 2017, h. 20:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Bahamas 3 Ecuador Group B Date and Venue Team 1 T1 T2 Team 2 April 27th 2017, h. 15:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Iran 2 Mexico April 27th 2017, h. 18:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Nigeria 3 Italy April 29th 2017, h. 15:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Italy 2 Iran April 29th 2017, h. 18:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Mexico 2 Nigeria May 1st 2017, h. 15:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Italy 3 Mexico May 1st 2017, h. 18:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Nigeria 3 Iran Group C Date and Venue Team 1 T1 T2 Team 2 April 28th 2017, h. 17:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Portugal 5 Panama April 28th 2017, h. 20:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau UA Emirates 3 Paraguay April 30th 2017, h. 17:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Paraguay 3 Portugal April 30th 2017, h. 20:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Panama 3 UA Emirates May 2nd 2017, h. 17:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Paraguay 2 Panama May 2nd 2017, h. 20:00, Nassau Stadium, Nassau UA Emirates 7 Portugal Group D Date and Venue Team 1 T1 T2 Team 2 April 28th 2017, h. 15:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Japan 2 Poland April 28th 2017, h. 18:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Brazil 5 Tahiti April 30th 2017, h. 15:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Tahiti 3 Japan April 30th 2017, h. 18:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Poland 6 Brazil May 2nd 2017, h. 15:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Tahiti 4 Poland May 2nd 2017, h. 18:30, Nassau Stadium, Nassau Brazil 4 Japan [/hide]
  12. Mens Division I Group A World Championships 2017 in Kyiv (UKR) Day 5 Schedule (26th April 2017) GMT +3 20:30 Kazakhstan vs Ukraine *Existential match for the hosts, If Ukraine will not earn any point from this match (lose in regulation time) Ukraine will be officially relegated to next years Division I Group B. Livestream Mens Division I Group B World Championships 2017 in Belfast, Northern Ireland (GBR) Day 3 Schedule (26th April 2017) GMT +1 12:30 Japan vs Estonia 16:00 Netherlands vs Croatia ( @heywoodu vs @dcro ) 19:30 Great Britain vs Lithuania Livestream
  13. MEN'S DIVISION I GROUP A WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Round-Robin DAY 4 Ukraine 0 - 1 Austria Period-by-Period: 0-0, 0-1, 0-0 April 25th 2017, h. 20:30, Palace of Sports, Kyiv HIGHLIGHTS
  14. MEN'S DIVISION I GROUP A WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Round-Robin DAY 4 Ukraine 0 - 1 Austria Period-by-Period: 0-0, 0-1, 0-0 April 25th 2017, h. 20:30, Palace of Sports, Kyiv Austria wins battle One goal vs. Ukraine, four injuries Ukraine delivered Austria a tough battle but the “eagles” won 1-0. By the end of the game four players from both teams were missing due to injuries. “It was a tough game, it was just one goal. We lost Thomas Raffl after he blocked a shot in the last game and Layne Viveiros, during the game we lost Stefan Ulmer. In the end we just had 17 players, that’s very special,” said Austria coach Roger Bader. Raffl tried to play but had to give up the plan after the warm-up. Also the Ukrainian coach had to react during the game as Yuri Petrangovsky left the game due to an old groin injury and is not likely to return as the team announced. Austria needed a win in order to stay in the race for promotion and to avoid a relegation battle while winless Ukraine needed to win in order to survive in this group. The favourites had a better start and a lot of power plays. Ukraine took six minor penalties in the period, Austria two. “The emotions were quite difficult in the beginning. Many of the penalties were silly and careless. The absence of calmness and decisiveness in the crucial moments was missing. The opponent was quite active and didn’t allow us to create many opportunities,” said Ukrainian assistant coach Dmytro Pidgursky. Austria outshot Ukraine 20-5 in the first period but didn’t capitalize on its many chances while Eduard Zakharchenko had a strong night in the Ukrainian net. “Yesterday we had a great power play against Hungary, today it was not successful. Normally if you have that many shots you should score goals but the Ukrainian box play and the goalie were very good,” Bader said. Ukraine didn’t manage to create too many opportunities but with Zakharchenko keeping his team in the game, the possibility was always there to score an upset, or at least a goal. They came out stronger in the second period and had some opportunities. Like at 12:59 when Sergi Babynets’ shot just hit the crossbar. Three minutes later the Austrians eventually netted the puck on a power play, their seventh of the game. Martin Schumnig shot from the blue line and the puck went in deflected by Daniel Woger. “We started strong but we didn’t capitalize on our chances despite playing 5-on-3 for over two minutes twice in the first period. But we stayed patient. The Ukrainians put us under pressure for a couple of minutes in the second period but we defended well and were lucky enough to score a power-play goal and defended the lead until the very end,” said Schumnig. “We could have won higher if we had converted the countless of shots but we also have to thank Bernhard [Starkbaum], who did great goaltending and saved us from a loss or tie.” With that goal the game was still far from over. Ukraine created more scoring opportunities in the third period. Vitali Lyalka had the biggest chance on a breakaway attempt at 4:40 but Schumnig prevented him from shooting. With the win Austria moved up to second place with six points from two games and seems to be safe from the relegation battle while being enabled to dream of higher ambitions. The next opponent is Korea on Thursday. “We will have a big game against Korea. We saw them last year and we played them in November. We saw how they have improved, so we are not surprised that they play so well here,” said Bader. Ukraine on the other hand sits on the bottom of the standings with zero points. If the hosts don’t gain points in tomorrow night’s game against Kazakhstan, the last place and relegation will be their fate even before the last round on Friday. “The chances are always there and our attitude is always to battle for victory even if we have to die on the ice,” Petrangovsky puts it martially before tomorrow’s game.
  15. MEN'S DIVISION I GROUP A WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Round-Robin DAY 4 Ukraine 0 - 1 Austria Period-by-Period: 0-0, 0-1, 0-0 April 25th 2017, h. 20:30, Palace of Sports, Kyiv Round-Robin Provisional Standing After Day 4 Nation P W(OTW) L(OTL) GF GA +/- Pt. South Korea 3 3(0) 0(0) 12 5 +7 9 Austria 3 2(0) 1(0) 6 4 +2 6 Kazakhstan 3 2(1) 1(0) 6 7 -1 5 Poland 3 1(0) 2(1) 4 6 -2 4 Hungary 3 1(0) 2(0) 7 9 -2 3 Ukraine 3 0(0) 3(0) 4 8 -4 0