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hckosice    808

Tomorrow morning are scheduled the medal matches of the very first Development Cup, a tournament of 4 countries that can not enter the IIHF world championships program because unfortunately they don´t have a background of competitive ice hockey at home to enable them to play competitive games in their World Championship division. The IIHF Statutes & Bylaws require minimum participation standards in terms of having a big enough pool of players domestically, a development program, a national championship of a certain size and having at least one permanent international-size ice rink in its territory to be able to play the ice hockey according to the official rules.

 

However, Andorra :AND , Ireland :IRL , Morocco :MAR and Portugal :POR are playing this weekend in Andorra this development cup.   

 

:MAR  dominated the preliminary round and tomorrow will play the final against :IRL  at 11:30 GMT +2. All results can be found Here

 

and here a pic of all competing teams

 

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hckosice    808

MEN'S

DEVELOPMENT CUP

2017

 

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Morocco makes it

Wins first Development Cup and dreams of more

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The Moroccan team celebrates after beating Ireland to win the 2017 Development Cup.

 

Morocco beat Ireland 11-4 in the final to win the inaugural Development Cup. It was the first time Morocco won an international tournament in the event that also included Portugal, which finished third, and host Andorra.

The four-team tournament is an initiative from some of the smaller IIHF member countries not part of the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship program to give them an opportunity to play amongst each other similar like the IIHF Ice Hockey Challenge Cup of Asia for the Asian members.

Morocco was the strongest team both in the preliminary round and in the final. The team that mostly consists of Moroccans who learned and played their hockey in Europe and the Canadian province of Quebec finished the event with a 4-0 record.

Ireland has been the toughest opponent in the preliminary round – even though scores may tell otherwise – and it was similar in the final between the two most skilled and physically strongest teams. During Morocco’s first power play Thomas Carpenter gave Ireland the lead on a breakaway but a few moments later Mehdi Ghazi converted the man advantage to tie the game.

The Moroccans continued to be strong and were ice-cold with their chances. Hakim Bouchaoui gained Morocco its first lead and a natural hat trick from Damien Bourguignon made it 5-1 for Morocco after one period.

“Of course it was great to have such a good start but even if I scored three goals it was not just me, it was great work from the whole team. We had a good team here. Everybody contributed to winning the tournament,” said Bourguignon.

The son of a French father and a Moroccan mother was one of the most skilled player from the European-based contingent. Last season he played in the French second tier for the Clermont Sangliers and this season one league below for the Dijon Ducs. France, which held Morocco as a protectorate until 1956, has a big diaspora of people from Morocco and other North African countries.

“I played first time last summer in the Africa Cup. I really appreciated playing in that tournament and that’s why I came again for this event without hesitating a second,” the 25-year-old forward said.

“It was unbelievable to play in Morocco last year. If somebody had told me ten years ago that I’d play ice hockey in Morocco I’d have said “you’re crazy!” and when I got the invitation I first thought my friends were kidding me until I realized it was real and I went to Rabat. There’s a group of very motivated people from the President to the players.”

The second period against Ireland continued in the same direction the first frame had ended. Youssef Chadli, Charles-Hichem Balha and Yassin Ahrazem scored for Morocco, Ian Courtney had a marker for Ireland before a few players unloaded their emotions in a hard-contested game with their fists, just to later mix together for a more peaceful team photo after the game.

The end of the second period continued with four-on-four and one goal each for a 9-3 score after the second period. After exchanging three more goals in the third period Morocco won the game 11-4, got the trophy and celebrated with it and hearing their national anthem, the Cherifian Anthem, in the background.

Another player with high-level experience is captain Youssef Kabbaj from Westmound, Quebec, who played three years at the highest level of junior hockey in Canada’s QMJHL, four years of CIS college hockey and since 2016 minor league hockey in Quebec, this season for St-Cyrille Condors (LHSAAAQ).

Hakim Bouchaoui, who was born in the Swedish hockey town of Karlstad, is another player who plays amateur hockey in a top hockey country, currently for Swedish fourth-tier team Kils AIK.

“It was fun. It was hard in the beginning. We knew Ireland was going to play hard and be good,” Bouchaoui said. “But some of the guys play a lot and know the game well.”

Bouchaoui came in through his brother, who played for Morocco in the 2008 Arab Cup in Abu Dhabi. “We tried all kind of sports, football, hockey, but I loved hockey. I played first time last year in the Africa Cup. It was special since we played we played 3-on-3. It was a good experience.”

Ice hockey in Morocco is a rather young sport and the first generation of players who started as kids in Morocco is slowly moving into senior hockey. The roster included two young players developed in Morocco. One of them is Mohamed El Idrissi from Rabat.

“I started in 2005. They invited me to play for the Rabat Capitals when they started the team and I have liked playing hockey ever since then. I’m very proud to be a member of the national team and represent Morocco,” said El Idrissi, who usually plays one game a week plus practice in the Moroccan capital.

“We have played well here, won games. We have the qualities to play good hockey. My dream is to develop hockey in Morocco and find the means to play hockey and get a full-size ice rink. We need a rink and then we can move further. We don’t have a lot of means but we dream about a rink to play international ice hockey. We have two small ones but it doesn’t work to invite bigger teams who are used to play on international-size rinks.”

Mrini’s dream started in the '80s in Quebec

The Royal Moroccan Ice Hockey Federation is a life-long dream of Khalid Mrini, who grew up in Morocco before moving to the Canadian province of Quebec. Behind the bench he had his fellow Morocco-Quebecer, Development Director Adil El Farj, and his brother Mimoun Mrini, who lives in Morocco and served as head coach of the team.

“We work a lot. Now we have more than 400 players in Morocco. We started last year our first national championship. It’s growing. It’s a lot of work but the future is bright,” said Khalid Mrini.

His dream of ice hockey in the North African country started a long time ago. He moved to Quebec as a 17-year-old to study in Canada and immediately fell in love with ice hockey when he saw a Montreal Canadiens vs. Detroit Red Wings game on TV. “In Morocco sometimes you see in the sport news the Stanley Cup or the World Championship but just a 30-second highlight. When I first time saw a full game I started following the Montreal Canadiens and travelled to games a lot in the ‘80s and ‘90s. I love this game because it’s so exciting,” he said.

In 1983 he was at the International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament in Quebec. “I saw all these flags, Canada, United States, Switzerland and so on. I told my girlfriend that one day I’d put my flag there. She started laughing. She said “it’s only I dream”. I knew it was a dream but you can’t live without dreams.

“When they opened the first ice rink in Morocco in 2004 my brother called me and told me there’s an ice rink in Rabat. I went to Morocco and we started the first hockey school. In 2006 I went to Quebec City to participate with 14 players from Morocco. I called my ex-girlfriend. I told her “I made it!”. It took me more than 20 years but I did it. I had my flag there. It was a feeling I can’t explain, to have the flag there with the Canadians, Americans, Russians.”

After starting ice hockey at the small rink in Rabat – in the meantime a second small-size rink is used for hockey in Casablanca – Morocco started to look out for international contacts. First Moroccan kids played against kids from hockey countries who were kids of diplomats in Morocco. Later they hosted a Canadian team, French teams, Spanish teams, went to Switzerland for a ten-day camp. In 2008 they participated in the first and only Arab Cup in Abu Dhabi.

“In 2010 we became IIHF member, something I’m proud of because that’s where all the big and smaller hockey countries are members. I started to speak with many presidents from other countries and look for help,” Mrini said.

“Last year we had the first Africa Cup against teams from Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt. The government started believing in us and saw that it’s getting serious. Two years ago we went from being a national association to being a Royal federation. It means a lot. It means the government started to believe in us and that hockey is growing in Morocco.”

Now he has his Moroccan flag in other tournaments too including the 2017 Development Cup where Morocco for the first time played national teams from Europe.

“I’m living my dream and being here today is still a dream because you have the Moroccan flag here, you hear the national anthem with the other countries. But it’s only the beginning. I want to show the hockey world that we’re serious. Hockey in Morocco is not exotic. We’re not just for the photo gallery,” Mrini said.

“Hockey is not just the big countries like Canada, USA or Russia. We have here the coverage on the IIHF website. And last year Luc Tardif came to Morocco. When I told the government that he is the IIHF Treasurer and President of the French Ice Hockey Federation, they realized that the IIHF is really supporting us. It was like a wake-up call and they started helping us more and more,” he added.

“Inshallah we will have an ice rink”

While Morocco has passionate diaspora players who represent the country of their roots, hockey has also grown in the country itself since its start. What once began with six players when the ice rink in the Mega Mall in Rabat opened is now a sport with eight club teams. When the national championship begins later this month, they will be joined by a ninth team.

Mrini’s dream is not over yet. He knows that to develop hockey within the country and be able to play internationally with homegrown players it needs more rinks. While the federation is working on having a third small rink in Agadir, the challenge is to get the first full-size one to be able to play five-on-five and join more established ice hockey countries in the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship program.

“Now I’m looking to build an official ice rink in Morocco. In Rabat, or Casablanca. It’s not so important where it is but to have a big ice arena. I want to start in the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division III,” Mrini said.

“In the beginning it was very hard but now the government saw our international tournaments and the national championship in Morocco. I have all the plans to build an arena from the IIHF. I have everything ready. Now just the money is missing but I’m working hard for it and Inshallah [if God wills] we will have an ice rink,” he said. “Morocco deserves it.”

 

 

Full Results Here

 

 

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hckosice    808
To Ornskoldsvik & Umea

Swedish host cities for 2019 IIHF Under 18 Worlds named

 

The host cities of the 2019 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship in Sweden are known. Ornskoldsvik and Umea were named as Sweden’s cities for the event that will take place one year after next spring’s U18 Worlds in Chelyabinsk and Magnitogorsk, Russia.

Both cities are located in the northern part of Sweden and are not far apart from each other as they can be reached within one hour by a new railway line or by car along the Baltic Sea. The proposed tournament dates are 18 to 28 April 2019. The teams, groups and schedule will be known next year.

The event will be hosted by the Swedish Ice Hockey Association in co-operation with its branches of the provinces of Angermanland and Vasterbotten, the host cities and the two local clubs MODO Ornskoldsvik and Bjorkloven Umea.

Ornskoldsvik is a classic hockey town in Sweden and even though MODO suffered relegation to the second-tier HockeyAllsvenskan in 2016, the club remains well-respected as a talent producer. Peter Forsberg, Markus Naslund, the Sedin twins Daniel and Henrik, Anders Hedberg and Victor Hedman are among the famous hockey players who came from the city of 29,000 inhabitants. The Fjallraven Center offers a capacity for 7,350 spectators.

Umea was already the secondary venue (with Skelleftea) when Sweden hosted the 2000 IIHF World Junior Championship in the north of the country. About 600 kilometres north of Stockholm and 400 kilometres away from the Arctic Circle, Umea is the biggest city in northern Sweden with almost 85,000 inhabitants within the city and over 120,000 in the municipality.

The local club Bjorkloven Umea had appearances in the top Swedish league but had tough years recently including bankruptcy. Since 2013 it is back in the second-tier HockeyAllsvenskan. The club plays in the 5,450-capacity T3 Center.

Sweden previously hosted the U18 Worlds once, in 2006 in Angelholm and Halmstad. Since the U18 category got its global event in 1999, Sweden has won five silver medals – most recently in 2016 – and three bronze medals.

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hckosice    808

From tomorrow will start the first seasons international break, in other words we will have the possibilities to follow the first pre-olympic tests. 

 

Basically all participants will show up this weekend. From tomorrow will start the new season of the popular and prestigious Euro-Hockey Tour

 

Traditionally the first stage is the Karjala Cup in Finland (followed in December by the One Channel Cup (Former Izvestia Trophy) in Russia, then the Czech Hockey Games and the Swedes Hockey Games this time played in April before the world championships because of the Olympic games played in it´s traditional February term)

 

This time the Karjala Cup will be contested unusually by 6 teams, Since it´s the Olympic season and the NHL not allowing their players to start in PyeongChang the Team Canada asked for participation in this tournament to test their possible Olympic team. The organizers invited for this edition Switzerland as well. The format of the round-robin is a bit strange tough, each team will play only 3 games against 3 different opponents, the team with highest amount of points after 3 games will win the tourney. For the cumulative standing of the Euro Hockey Tour only the matches and points from the matches between :CZE:FIN:RUS and :SWE will be counted

 

The tournament will start tomorrow by matches between Sweden and Czech Republic in Orebro and Switzerland - Canada in Biel, All other next matches will be played in Finland.

 

To notice that also the next December´s stage the One Channel Cup in Russia will be played by almost same 6 teams too, only Switzerland will be replaced by South Korea.

 

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Wednesday November 8th, 2017 - Schedule

 

18:00  (GMT +1) Sweden vs Czech Republic     * Played in Orebro (Sweden)

20:15  (GMT +1) Switzerland vs Canada     * Played in Biel (SUI)

 

 

The other important international tournaments will start later this week the Deutschland Cup with Germany, Slovakia, USA and the "B" team of Russia from Friday to Sunday.

This weekend are also scheduled the first 3 Challenger Tournaments. In France from Thursday to Saturday with Belarus, France, Latvia and Slovenia. In Austria from Thursday to Saturday as well Austria, Denmark, Norway and South Korea participating and finally in Budapest, Hungary the 3rd Challenger from Friday to Sunday with Hungary, Italy, Japan and Poland playing.

 

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hckosice    808

Friendly Matches

8th November 2017

 

Mens

Today started the first of the 4 this seasons Euro-Hockey Tour tournaments, the Karjala Cup with first 2 games, if both matches are counted for the tournament, only the Sweden - Czech Republic game will be counted for the General cumulative standing of the Euro-Hockey Tour 2017/18.

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Wednesday November 8th, 2017 - Results

 

18:00  (GMT +1) Sweden vs Czech Republic  5-3    * Played in Orebro (Sweden)

20:15  (GMT +1) Switzerland vs Canada   2-3   * Played in Biel (SUI)

 

Karjala Cup Standing after Day 1

1. Sweden 3 pts, 2. Canada 3 pts, 3. Switzerland 0 pts, 4. Czech Republic 0 pts. Finland and Russia have not played yet

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR Cumulative Standing

1. Sweden 3 pts, 2. Czech Republic 0 pts. Finland and Russia have not played yet

 

 

Other Matches

Canada "WHL U20" - Russia U20  7-0  (*7th November 2017)

Russia U20 - Canada "WHL U20"  4-3

Czech Republic U20 - Finland U20  3-2 After OT

USA U18 - Switzerland U18  2-3 After GWS

Russia U20 "B" - Sweden U20  1-5

Finland U18 - Czech Republic U18  2-3 After GWS

 

 

Womens

Canada - Finland  5-1  (*6th November 2017)

Canada - Sweden  9-0  (*7th November 2017)

USA - Finland  8-2  (*7th November 2017)

Czech Republic U18 - Japan U18  2-1

 

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hckosice    808

Tomorrow in the first seasons international break are among the highlights of the day scheduled the Euro-Hockey Tour´s Karjala Cup in Helsinki with it´s 2nd day scheduling only one game and also the start of the first 2 Challenger Tournaments of the season in France and Austria.

 

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Thursday November 9th, 2017 - Schedule (GMT +2)

 

18:30  Finland vs Russia 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, INNSBRUCK

(in Innsbruck, Austria)

Thursday November 9th, 2017 - Schedule (GMT +1)

 

17:00  Denmark vs South Korea

20:30  Norway vs Austria

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, FRANCE

(in Cergy-Pontoise, France)

Thursday November 9th, 2017 - Schedule (GMT +1)

 

16:30  Belarus vs Latvia  

20:00  France vs Slovenia

 

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phelps    106

nice game between SUI and CAN yesterday night...:d

SUI, despite not having a lot of their best players (who were on the ice the night before in the CHL) on their roster, played a very good game and took the early lead, but CAN immediately reacted and tied the score...

then a minute of down focus by the Swiss gave the Canadians the chance to score 2 goals in a row and since then the game was under control of the guys with the maple leaf on their sweaters...

a late goal by the Swiss (with the empty net) was just "cosmetic" and Canada took the win home by a final score of 3-2...

to be honest, CAN weren't that impressive, but still they got what they wanted more and could take care of the usual Swiss team, a group of players who always play well but who always have so much troubles to score some goals...they just can't do it...:facepalm:

 

unfortunately I couldn't watch much of the CZE @ SWE match, but for what I saw Sweden were clearly the better team, with the Czechs having quite a bad performance for what concerns their defensive game...

 

later tonight I expect a very good show with the Russia @ Finland game (which I'm not gonna miss for any reason...thanks to CT4 HD :lol:)...

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Friendly Matches

9th November 2017

 

Mens

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Thursday November 9th, 2017 - Results (GMT +2)

 

18:30  Finland vs Russia  3-2

 

Karjala Cup Standing after Day 2

1. Sweden 3 pts, 2. Canada 3 pts, 2. Finland 3 pts, 4. Switzerland 0 pts, 4. Russia 0 pts., 6. Czech Republic 0 pts.

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18 Cumulative Standing

1. Sweden 3 pts, 2. Finland 3 pts, 3. Russia 0 pts, 4. Czech Republic 0 pts.

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, INNSBRUCK

(in Innsbruck, Austria)

Thursday November 9th, 2017 - Results (GMT +1)

 

17:00  Denmark vs South Korea  7-4

20:30  Norway vs Austria  3-2 After OT

 

Tournament Standing after Day 1

1. Denmark 3 pts, 2. Norway 2 pts, 2. Austria 1 pt, 4. South Korea 0 pts

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, FRANCE

(in Cergy-Pontoise, France)

Thursday November 9th, 2017 - Results (GMT +1)

 

16:30  Belarus vs Latvia   5-7

20:00  France vs Slovenia   2-3 After OT

 

Tournament Standing after Day 1

1. Latvia 3 pts, 2. Slovenia 2 pts, 2. France 1 pt, 4. Belarus 0 pts

 

 

Other Matches

Slovakia U16 - Russia U16   0-8 

Finland U20 - Sweden U20   4-6

Slovakia U17 - France U18   3-2 After GWS

Belarus U17 - Latvia U17   5-4 After GWS

Belarus U20 - Denmark U20   4-1

Latvia U16 - Norway U16   5-3

Sweden U18 - Czech Republic U18   4-1

Slovenia U16 - Hungary U16   2-12

Belarus U18 - Switzerland U18   1-2

Hungary U20 - France U20   3-2

Czech Republic U20 - Russia U20 "B"   1-2 After OT

Germany U17 - Switzerland U17   4-3  After GWS

Finland U18 - Switzerland U18   6-2

Latvia U20 - Austria U20  1-4

Norway U18 - Latvia U18  0-3

Austria U16 - Italy U16  1-2

Germany U18 - Slovakia U18  5-4 After GWS

Slovenia U20 - Italy U20  4-1

 

 

 

Womens

 

Finland - Sweden  3-1  (*8th November 2017)

USA - Canada  4-2  (*8th November 2017)

Russia - Czech Republic  3-1

Germany - Switzerland  2-5

Germany U18 - Sweden U18  2-4

Russia U18 - Finland U18  3-1

 

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hckosice    808

Tomorrows international matches schedule

 

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 3 Schedule (GMT +2)

 

15:00  Czech Republic vs Switzerland

18:30  Canada vs Sweden 

 

 

 

DEUTSCHLAND CUP 2017

(in Augsburg, Germany)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 1 Schedule (GMT +1)

 

16:00  USA vs Slovakia

19:30  Germany vs Russia "B" 

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, INNSBRUCK

(in Innsbruck, Austria)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 2 Schedule (GMT +1)

 

17:00  Norway vs Denmark

20:30  Austria vs South Korea

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, FRANCE

(in Cergy-Pontoise, France)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 2 Schedule (GMT +1)

 

16:30  Latvia vs Slovenia 

20:00  Belarus vs France

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, BUDAPEST

(in Budapest, Hungary)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 1 Schedule (GMT +1)

 

15:30  Japan vs Italy 

19:00  Hungary vs Poland

 

 

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hckosice    808

Czech Republic eliminated Russia in the U17 World hockey Challenge quarterfinal !!! :yikes::hyper: This is a unbelievable upset ! https://www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/national-championships/men/world-u17/2017/schedule-results/stats/game-summary?gameid=422

 

 

Congrats :CZE:yes The other semifinalists are United States and the Red and White teams of Canada

 

 

All results can be found here http://results.totallympics.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=1608&page=1&extra=#pid25185

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Friendly Matches

10th November 2017

 

Mens

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 3 Results (GMT +2)

 

15:00  Czech Republic vs Switzerland   3-2

18:30  Canada vs Sweden   0-2

 

Karjala Cup Standing after Day 3

1. Sweden 6 pts, 2. Finland 3 pts, 3. Canada 3 pts, 4. Czech Republic 3 pts, 5. Russia 0 pts., 6. Switzerland 0 pts.

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18 Cumulative Standing

1. Sweden 3 pts, 2. Finland 3 pts, 3. Russia 0 pts, 4. Czech Republic 0 pts.

 

 

 

DEUTSCHLAND CUP 2017

(in Augsburg, Germany)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 1 Results (GMT +1)

 

16:00  USA vs Slovakia   1-2

19:30  Germany vs Russia "B"    2-8

 

Tournament Standing after Day 1

1. Russia "B" 3 pts, 2. Slovakia 3 pts, 3. United States 0 pts, 4. Germany 0 pts

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, INNSBRUCK

(in Innsbruck, Austria)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 2 Results (GMT +1)

 

17:00  Norway vs Denmark   0-2

20:30  Austria vs South Korea   8-3

 

Tournament Standing after Day 2

1. Denmark 6 pts, 2. Austria 4 pts, 3. Norway 2 pts, 4. South Korea 0 pts

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, FRANCE

(in Cergy-Pontoise, France)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 2 Schedule (GMT +1)

 

16:30  Latvia vs Slovenia   4-1

20:00  Belarus vs France   3-2 After OT

 

Tournament Standing after Day 2

1. Latvia 6 pts, 2. Belarus 2 pts, 3. Slovenia 2 pts, 4. France 2 pts

* Latvia is already the official winner of the tournament

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, BUDAPEST

(in Budapest, Hungary)

Friday November 10th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 1 Schedule (GMT +1)

 

15:30  Japan vs Italy    2-1

19:00  Hungary vs Poland   1-4

 

Tournament Standing after Day 1

1. Poland 3 pts, 2. Japan 3 pts, 3. Italy 0 pts, 4. Hungary 0 pts

 

 

Other Matches

 

Lithuania - Estonia   7-2

Ukraine U20 - Latvia "B"   2-9

Canada "OHL U20" - Russia U20   2-5   (*9th November 2017)

Sweden U20 - Czech Republic U20   4-3

Norway U20 - Slovakia U20   1-3

Denmark U20 - Austria U20   4-3 After GWS

Hungary U20 - Italy U20   4-5 After GWS

Russia U20 "B" - Finland U20   2-0

Latvia U20 - Belarus U20   0-2

Slovenia U20 - France U20   1-3

Switzerland U20 - Germany U20   4-3 After OT

Czech Republic U19 - Finland U19   2-3 After GWS

France U18 - Germany U17   2-3 After OT

Denmark U18 - Slovakia U18   2-4

United States U18 - Sweden U18   0-2

Switzerland U18 - Czech Republic U18   0-4

Germany U18 - Belarus U18   5-3

Slovakia U17 - Switzerland U17   3-1

Russia U16 - Latvia U17   4-1

Slovakia U16 - Belarus U17   0-4

Latvia U16 - Norway U16   6-7 After OT

Hungary U16 - Italy U16   8-2

Czech Republic U16 - Switzerland U16   4-2

Austria U16 - Slovenia U16   1-2

Norway U18 - Latvia U18   3-4 After GWS

 

 

Womens

 

Czech Republic - Switzerland  0-1 

France - Denmark  1-7

Germany - Russia  1-6

Hungary - South Korea  3-1

Canada - Finland  4-0

Sweden U18 - Finland U18  1-0

Switzerland U18 - Austria U18  7-0

Italy U18 - Slovakia U18  1-0

Czech Republic U18 - Japan U18  1-2

Germany U18 - Russia U18   0-3

 

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