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Ice Hockey 2016 - 2017 Discussion Thread

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:champion:the first edition  of the African cup :champion:

:MAR 25 to 30/07/2016 Rabat Morocco :MAR

 

Corsaires d'Alger :ALG15-3 :EGYAnabus Egypt

Rabat capitals :MAR 18-8 :MAR Morocco mallers

 

 

 

semifinal 28/07/2016

 

Corsaires d'Alger :ALG  VS  :MAR Rabat capitals

Carthage Eagles :TUN VS :MAR Casablanca Bears

 

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On 27.7.2016 at 14:28, bestmen said:

:champion:the first edition  of the African cup :champion:

:MAR 25 to 30/07/2016 Rabat Morocco :MAR

 

Corsaires d'Alger :ALG15-3 :EGYAnabus Egypt

Rabat capitals :MAR 18-8 :MAR Morocco mallers

 

 

 

semifinal 28/07/2016

 

Corsaires d'Alger :ALG  VS  :MAR Rabat capitals

Carthage Eagles :TUN VS :MAR Casablanca Bears

 



IS THE SKILL DIFFERENCE  THAT HIGH IN AFRICA?? :yikes:

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On 26.7.2016 at 22:04, phelps said:

yesss!!! maybe even a little bit too early I guess...

however, I can't wait for it (but I'm going to ignore the first 2 rounds of the Champions Hockey League, since they are going to be played during the second week of the Olympics :yikes:)...

I'm going to start my "personal" hockey season only with the KHL opener, on Monday, August 22nd...:evil::d



Luckily i don't really care about summer olympics :d  So i can start my hockey season early

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Slovakian part of the Team Europe for the upcomming World Cup of Hockey had a press conference today.

 

NHL lords should be really happy that they selected Šatan as the General manager of the team, our players just couldn´t say no to him

 

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from left the legend of the slovak sports legends and IIHF hall of fame member 2002 world champion Peter Bondra was selected as Šatan´s assistent for the world cup (WHAT A STAFF :bowdown:) Zdeno Chára (Boston Bruins), Marián Gáborík (Los Angeles Kings), Miroslav Šatan (Slovak hockey legend World champion, 2 times silver medalist and bronze medalist from WCH) now general manager of team europe, Marián Hossa (Chicago Black Hawks) and Tomáš Tatár (Detroit Red Wings) the goalie of the NY Islanders Jaroslav Halák is missing in the picture (he had a surgery this summer, but will be back and ready for the tournament)

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:champion:the first edition  of the African cup :champion:

:MAR 25 to 30/07/2016 Rabat Morocco :MAR

 

Bronze Medal Match

 

Corsaires d'Alger :ALG21-11  :MAR Casablanca Bears

 

Gold Medal Match

Carthage Eagles  :TUN  8-7 :MARRabat Capitals 

 

Final ranking

 

Carthage Eagles  :TUN

Rabat Capitals  :MAR

Corsaires d'Alger :ALG

 

 

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Barys Astana :KAZ    1   -   HC Kunlun Red Star :CHN   3    !!:yikes:

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Ilya Kovalchuck is the biggest clown in KHL pre-season right now :lol: :rofl:

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Ice Hockey World Cup of Hockey 2016 Team Rosters

 

  :CAN TEAM CANADA :CAN 

 

Spoiler

Goaltenders:
Corey Crawford (Chicago), Braden Holtby (Washington), Carey Price (Montreal)

 

Defencers:
Brent Burns, Marc-Edouard Vlasic (both San Jose), Drew Doughty (Los Angeles), Jay Bouwmeester (St. Louis), Shea Weber (Montreal), Jake Muzzin (Los Angeles), Alex Pietrangelo (St. Louis)

 

Forwards:
Tyler Seguin. (Dallas), Patrice Bergeron., Brad Marchand. (both Boston), Sidney Crosby. (Pittsburgh), Ryan Getzlaf., Corey Perry (both Anaheim), Steven Stamkos. (Tampa Bay), John Tavares. (NY Islanders), Jonathan Toews. (Chicago), Matt Duchene. (Colorado), Claude Giroux. (Philadelphia), Joe Thornton., Logan Couture. (both San Jose)

 

 

  :CZE TEAM CZECH REPUBLIC :CZE 

 

Spoiler

Goaltenders:

Petr Mrázek (Detroit/NHL), Michal Neuvirth (Philadelphia/NHL), Ondřej Pavelec (Winnipeg/NHL)


Defencers:

Tomáš Kundrátek (Slovan Bratislava/KHL)., Michal Kempný. (Chicago/NHL), Roman Polák. (Toronto/NHL), Andrej Šustr. (Tampa Bay/NHL), Jakub Nakládal. (Calgary/NHL), Michal Jordán. (Carolina/NHL), Zbyněk Michálek. (Arizona/NHL)


Forwards:

Michael Frolík. (Calgary/NHL), Martin Hanzal. (Arizona/NHL), Tomáš Hertl (San Jose/NHL), Michal Birner (Traktor Chelyabinsk /KHL)., Roman Červenka (Fribourg/SUI)., David Pastrňák. (Boston/NHL), Ondřej Palát (Tampa Bay/NHL)., Tomáš Plekanec (Montreal/NHL)., Vladimír Sobotka. (Avangard Omsk/KHL), Jakub Voráček. (Philadelphia/NHL), Milan Michálek. (Toronto/NHL), Aleš Hemský., Radek Faksa. (both Dallas/NHL), Dmitrij Jaškin. (St. Louis/NHL)

 

 

  :FINTEAM FINLAND :FIN

 

Spoiler

Goaltenders:

Pekka Rinne. (Nashville/NHL), Tuukka Rask. (Boston/NHL), Mikko Koskinen. (SKA St. Petersburg/KHL).


Defencers:

Rasmus Ristolainen. (Buffalo/NHL), Sami Vatanen. (Anaheim/NHL), Olli Määttä. (Pittsburgh/NHL), Esa Lindell .(Dallas/NHL), Ville Pokka. (Rockford/AHL), Sami Lepistö. (Ufa/KHL), Jyrki Jokipakka. (Calgary/NHL)


Forwards:

Aleksander Barkov., Jussi Jokinen. (both Florida/NHL), Mikael Granlund., Erik Haula. (both Minnesota/NHL), Sebastian Aho. (Kärpät Oulu), Patrik Laine. (Tappara Tampere), Teuvo Teräväinen. (Chicago/NHL), Mikko Koivu. (Minnesota/NHL), Leo Komarov. (Toronto/NHL), Valtteri Filppula. (Tampa Bay/NHL), Jori Lehterä. (St. Louis/NHL), Joonas Donskoi. (San Jose/NHL), Lauri Korpikoski. (Edmonton/NHL)

 

 

  :RUS TEAM RUSSIA :RUS  

 

Spoiler

Goaltenders:

Sergei Bobrovsky. (Columbus/NHL), Semyon Varlamov. (Colorado/NHL), Andrei Vasilevskiy. (Tampa Bay/NHL)


Defencers:

Dmitry Kulikov. (Florida/NHL), Andrei Markov. (Montreal/NHL), Dmitry Orlov. (Washington/NHL), Alexei Emelin. (Montreal/NHL), Alexey Marchenko. (Detroit/NHL), Nikita Nesterov. (Tampa Bay/NHL), Nikita Zaitsev. (CSKA Moscow/KHL/Toronto/NHL)


Forwards: 

Artem Anisimov., Artemi Panarin. (obaja Chicago/NHL), Pavel Datsyuk. (Detroit/NHL), Nikita Kucherov., Vladislav Namestnikov. (obaja Tampa Bay/NHL), Nikolay Kulemin. (New York Islanders/NHL), Evgeny Kuznetsov., Alexander Ovechkin. (both Washington/NHL), Evgeni Malkin. (Pittsburgh/NHL), Vladimir Tarasenko. (St. Louis/NHL), Evgeny Dadonov., Vadim Shipachyov. (both SKA St. Petersburg/KHL), Ivan Telegin. (CSKA Moscow/KHL)

 

 

  :SWETEAM SWEDEN :SWE

 

 

Spoiler

Goaltenders:

Henrik Lundqvist. (NY Rangers), Jacob Markström. (Vancouver), Jhonas Enroth (Toronto)

 

Defencers:

Erik Karlsson. (Ottawa), Hampus Lindholm (Anaheim)., Victor Hedman., Anton Straalman. (both Tampa Bay), Nicklas Hjalmarsson. (Chicago), Oliver Ekman-Larsson. (Arizona), Mattias Ekholm. (Nashville Predators)


Forwards:

Daniel Sedin., Henrik Sedin. (both Vancouver), Nicklas Bäckström. (Washington), Loui Eriksson. (Boston), Gabriel Landeskog. (Colorado), Mickael Backlund (Calgary), Filip Forsberg. (Nashville), Carl Hagelin., Patric Hörnqvist. (both Pittsburgh Penguins), Marcus Krüger. (Chicago Blackhawks), Jakob Silfverberg., Rickard Rakell. (both Anaheim Ducks), Carl Söderberg. (Colorado Avalanche)

 

 

  :USATEAM UNITED STATES :USA

 

Spoiler

Goaltenders:

Ben Bishop. (Tampa Bay), Jonathan Quick. (Los Angeles), Cory Schneider. (New Jersey)

 

Defencers:

Dustin Byfuglien. (Winnipeg), John Carlson., Matt Niskanen. (both Washington), Erik Johnson. (Colorado), Jack Johnson. (Columbus), Ryan McDonagh. (NY Rangers), Ryan Suter. (Minnesota)

 

Forwards:

Justin Abdelkader. (Detroit), David Backes. (St. Louis), Kyle Palmieri. (New Jersey), Brandon Dubinsky. (Columbus), Patrick Kane. (Chicago), Ryan Kesler. (Anaheim), T.J. Oshie. (Washington), Max Pacioretty. (Montreal), Zach Parise. (Minnesota), Joe Pavelski. (San Jose), Derek Stepan. (NY Rangers), James van Riemsdyk. (Toronto), Blake Wheeler. (Winnipeg)

 

 

 

  :WHT TEAM NORTH AMERICA :WHT

 

Spoiler

 

Goaltenders:

John Gibson. ( :USA / Anaheim Ducks), Connor Hellebuyck. ( :USA / Manitoba/AHL), Matthew Murray. ( :CAN / Pittsburgh Penguins)  

 

Defencers:

Shayne Gostisbehere. ( :USA Philadelphia Flyers), Aaron Ekblad. (  :CAN / Florida Panthers), Seth Jones. :USA, Ryan Murray.  :CAN (both Columbus Blue Jackets), Morgan Rielly. ( :CAN / Toronto Maple Leafs), Colton Parayko. (:CAN / St. Louis Blues), Jacob Trouba. ( :USA Winnipeg Jets) 

 

Forwards:

Sean Couturier. :CAN (Philadelphia Flyers), Jonathan Drouin. :CAN (Tampa Bay Lightning), Jack Eichel. :USA (Buffalo Sabres), Johnny Gaudreau. :USA (Calgary Flames), Dylan Larkin :USA (Detroit Red Wings), Nathan MacKinnon. :CAN (Colorado Avalanche), Connor McDavid :CAN , Ryan Nugent-Hopkins  :CAN (both Edmonton Oilers), J. T. Miller :USA (New York Rangers), Brandon Saad :USA (Columbus Blue Jackets), Auston Matthews  :USA (Zürich Lions/SUI), Mark Scheifele (Winnipeg Jets) :CAN , Vincent Trocheck  :USA (Floriday Panthers).    

 

 

 

  :WHT TEAM EUROPE :WHT

 

Spoiler

Goaltenders:

Thomas Greiss ( :GER /NY Islanders), Jaroslav Halák ( :SVK /NY Islanders), Philipp Grubauer ( :GER /Washington)

 

Defencers:

Christian Ehrhoff ( :GER /Chicago)., Zdeno Chára ( :SVK /Boston)., Roman Josi ( :SUI /Nashville)., Luca Sbisa ( :SUI /Vancouver)., Dennis Seidenberg ( :GER /Boston)., Andrej Sekera ( :SVK /Edmonton)., Mark Streit ( :SUI /Philadelphia).

     

Forwards:

Pierre-Édouard Bellemare ( :FRA /Philadelphia)., Mikkel Bödker ( :DEN /Colorado)., Leon Draisaitl ( :GER /Edmonton)., Marián Gáborík ( :SVK /Los Angeles)., Jannik Hansen ( :DEN /Vancouver)., Marián Hossa ( :SVK /Chicago)., Anže Kopitar ( :SLO /Los Angeles)., Nino Niederreiter ( :SUI /Minnesota)., Frans Nielsen ( :DEN /NY Islanders)., Tobias Rieder ( :GER /Arizona)., Tomáš Tatár ( :SVK /Detroit)., Thomas Vanek ( :AUT /Minnesota)., Mats Zuccarello ( :NOR /NY Rangers).            

 

 

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VENUE

 

AIR CANADA CENTRE TORONTO

 

Výsledok vyhľadávania obrázkov pre dopyt air canada centre capacity

 

Výsledok vyhľadávania obrázkov pre dopyt air canada centre capacity

 

 

Capacity: 18,200

Air Canada Centre is Canada's premiere sports and entertainment venue and home to the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey club, Toronto Raptors basketball club, and the Toronto Rock lacrosse team. The Air Canada Centre hosted its first hockey game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadians two years after the project broke ground in February 1999. Since then the Air Canada Centre has hosted thousands of events including concerts, sporting events, family shows, festivals, banquets, receptions, trade-shows, and business meetings.

Since its introduction in 1999 the Air Canada Centre has hosted over 36 million fans at 2,500 events, and is consistently ranked amongst the top sport and music venue in the North America and the world.
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PREVIOUS MEDALISTS

 

1976-2016

 

YEAR GOLD SILVER BRONZE VENUE
1976 :CAN Canada   :WHT Czechslovakia   :WHT USSR Various Places (CAN/USA)
1981 :WHT USSR :CAN Canada   :WHT Czechoslovakia   Various Places (CAN)
1984 :CAN Canada   :SWE Sweden

  :WHT USSR

  Various Places (CAN)
1987 :CAN Canada   :WHT USSR   :SWE Sweden     Various Places (CAN)
1991 :CAN Canada :USA United States   :FIN Finland   Various Places (CAN)
1996 :USA United States :CAN Canada   :SWE Sweden   Various Places (CAN, CZE, FIN, GER, SWE, USA)
2004   :CAN Canada   :FIN Finland :CZE Czech Republic   Various Places (CAN, CZE, FIN, GER, SWE, USA)
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As a Preds fan I'll be rooting for Tre Kroner (go Prince Filip) and also following Finland and Team Europe. Now for the Canada/Subban issues, let's just say I'd be very entertained if the venue makes certain powerhouse have results worthy of its inept tenants.

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KHL season have started on Monday. All ice hockey world are waiting Kunlun's first official game on the 1st of September :d
Looks like Metallurg Nk are not going to play off again. And Dynamo Minsk will start only on September 6th after the Olympic qualification.

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9 hours ago, Dmitry said:

KHL season have started on Monday. All ice hockey world are waiting Kunlun's first official game on the 1st of September :d
Looks like Metallurg Nk are not going to play off again. And Dynamo Minsk will start only on September 6th after the Olympic qualification.

 

and Slovan already lost their first 2 matches :(

 

and the journey of HC Košice in this years champions league edition is apparently going to a quick end too :wall:

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what a absolutely insane 3rd period we had yesterday in the match Slovan Bratislava - Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod :woot: absolutely crazy !!! 

 

Recommend to watch the hghlights

 

http://video.khl.ru/quotes/362023

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FRIENDLY MATCHES

 

:FRA France  2 - 5  Belarus :BLR    

(Score by Period: 0-3, 1-1, 1-1)

26th August 2016, h. 18:00 (GMT +2)

 

:GER  HC Kolner Haie  5 - 1  Japan :JPN    

(Score by Period: 1-0, 1-1, 3-0)

26th August 2016, h. 19:30 (GMT +2)

 

:SWE Sweden Under 20  1 - 4  Russia Under 20 :RUS    

(Score by Period: 0-3, 1-1, 0-0)

26th August 2016, h. 15:00 (GMT +2)

 

:CZE  Czech Republic Under 20  4 - 2  Finland Under 20 :FIN    

(Score by Period: 1-0, 2-1, 1-1)

26th August 2016, h. 19:00 (GMT +2)

 

:SWE Sweden Under 17  7 - 2  Finland Under 17 :FIN     

(Score by Period: 2-0, 2-1, 3-1)

26th August 2016, h. 18:00 (GMT +2)

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