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hckosice    1,182

Tomorrows international matches schedule

 

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 4 Schedule (GMT +2)

 

13:00  Switzerland vs Russia

17:30  Finland vs Sweden 

 

 

 

DEUTSCHLAND CUP 2017

(in Augsburg, Germany)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 2 Schedule (GMT +1)

 

16:00  Germany vs Slovakia

19:30  Russia "B" vs USA

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, INNSBRUCK

(in Innsbruck, Austria)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Schedule (GMT +1)

 

14:30  South Korea vs Norway

17:30  Austria vs Denmark

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, FRANCE

(in Cergy-Pontoise, France)

Friday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Schedule (GMT +1)

 

18:00  France vs Latvia    * Played In Amiens

20:00  Slovenia vs Belarus

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, BUDAPEST

(in Budapest, Hungary)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 2 Schedule (GMT +1)

 

15:30  Poland vs Japan 

19:00  Italy vs Hungary

 

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hckosice    1,182

Friendly Matches

11th November 2017

 

Mens

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 4 Results (GMT +2)

 

13:00  Switzerland vs Russia   2-6

17:30  Finland vs Sweden   3-1

 

Karjala Cup Standing after Day 4

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

*Switzerland already assured to finish last in the tournament.

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18 Cumulative Standing

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

 

 

 

DEUTSCHLAND CUP 2017

(in Augsburg, Germany)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 2 Results (GMT +1)

 

16:00  Germany vs Slovakia   0-3

19:30  Russia "B" vs USA    5-2

 

Tournament Standing after Day 2

1. Russia "B" 6 pts, 2. Slovakia 6 pts, 3. United States 0 pts, 4. Germany 0 pts

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, INNSBRUCK

(in Innsbruck, Austria)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Results (GMT +1)

 

14:30  South Korea vs Norway    1-5

17:30  Austria vs Denmark    1-2

 

Final Standing

1. Denmark :DEN 9 pts :champion:, 2. Norway :NOR 5 pts  , 3. Austria :AUT 4 pts , 4. South Korea 0 pts

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, FRANCE

(in Cergy-Pontoise, France)

Friday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Results (GMT +1)

 

18:00  France vs Latvia    1-3    * Played In Amiens

20:00  Slovenia vs Belarus   3-5

 

Final Standing

1. Latvia :LAT 9 pts :champion:, 2. Belarus :BLR 5 pts, 3. Slovenia :SLO 2 pts , 4. France 2 pts 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, BUDAPEST

(in Budapest, Hungary)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 2 Results (GMT +1)

 

15:30  Poland vs Japan   3-2

19:00  Italy vs Hungary   2-5

 

Tournament Standing after Day 2

1. Poland 6 pts, 2. Hungary 3 pts, 3. Japan 3 pts, 4. Italy 0 pts

*Poland is already the Tournament winner, Italy is already assured to finish last in the tournament.

 

 

Other Matches

 

Estonia - Ukraine U20   3-1

Lithuania - Latvia "B"   3-5

Austria U20 - Belarus U20   2-10

France U20 - Italy U20   4-1

Germany U20 - Norway U20   2-4

Latvia U20 - Denmark U20    0-2

Slovenia U20 - Hungary U20   4-6

Slovakia U20 - Switzerland U20   3-4

Czech Republic U19 - Finland U19   2-4

Switzerland U17 - France U18   1-3

Slovakia U18 - Belarus U18    4-3

Finland U18 - United States U18   4-3 After GWS

Germany U18 - Denmark U18   3-2

Norway U18 - Latvia U18   3-2 After OT

Sweden U18 - Switzerland U18   2-3 After GWS

Latvia U17 - Slovakia U16   4-0

Slovakia U17 - Germany U17   5-2

Belarus U17 - Russia U16   1-4

Slovenia U16 - Italy U16   1-0

Latvia U16 - Norway U16   2-5

Austria U16 - Hungary U16   6-4

Czech Republic U16 - Switzerland U16   5-2

 

 

Womens

 

United States - Sweden   5-0   (*10th November 2017)

Czech Republic - Germany   0-1 After OT

Russia - Switzerland   3-0

Denmark - South Korea   4-1

Hungary - France  5-0

Finland U18 - Germany U18   6-1

Austria U18 - Slovakia U18   0-4

Czech Republic U18 - Japan U18   1-3

Russia U18 - Sweden U18   4-0

Italy U18 - Switzerland U18   1-8

Czech Republic U16 - Germany U16   4-3

 

 

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hckosice    1,182

Tomorrow is the last day of the 1st seasons International break, here the matches schedule

 

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Sunday November 12th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Schedule (GMT +2)

 

13:30  Russia vs Czech Republic

17:30  Finland vs Canada

 

 

 

DEUTSCHLAND CUP 2017

(in Augsburg, Germany)

Sunday November 12th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Schedule (GMT +1)

 

13:15  Slovakia vs Russia "B"

16:45  USA vs Germany

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, BUDAPEST

(in Budapest, Hungary)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Schedule (GMT +1)

 

14:30  Italy vs Poland 

18:00  Hungary vs Japan

 

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hckosice    1,182

Friendly Matches

12th November 2017

 

Mens

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 1 - Karjala Cup (in Helsinki, Finland)

Sunday November 12th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Results (GMT +2)

 

13:30  Russia vs Czech Republic   5-2

17:30  Finland vs Canada   4-3

 

Karjala Cup Final Standing

1. Finland :FIN 9 pts :champion:, 2. Russia :RUS 6 pts, 3. Sweden :SWE 6 pts, 4. Canada 3 pts, 5. Czech Republic 3 pts, 6. Switzerland 0 pts.

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18 Cumulative Standing After Stage 1/4

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

 

 

 

DEUTSCHLAND CUP 2017

(in Augsburg, Germany)

Sunday November 12th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Results (GMT +1)

 

13:15  Slovakia vs Russia "B"   2-4

16:45  USA vs Germany    1-5

 

Final Standing

1. Russia "B" :RUS 9 pts :champion:, 2. Slovakia :SVK 6 pts  , 3. Germany :GER 3 pts , 4. United States 0 pts

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, BUDAPEST

(in Budapest, Hungary)

Saturday November 11th, 2017 - Round-Robin Last Day Results (GMT +1)

 

14:30  Italy vs Poland    4-3

18:00  Hungary vs Japan   3-4 After GWS

 

Final Standing

1. Poland :POL 6 pts :champion:, 2. Japan :JPN 5 pts  , 3. Hungary :HUN 4 pts , 4. Italy 3 pts

 

 

 

UNDER 17 WORLD CHALLENGE

(in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, Canada)

 

Gold Medal Match

United States vs Canada "Red"    6-4

Bronze Medal Match

Czech Republic vs Canada "White"    2-1

 

Final Standing

1. United States :USA  :champion:, 2. Canada "Red" :CAN  , 3. Czech Republic :CZE,

4. Canada "White"

5. Russia

6. Finland

7. Canada "Black"

8. Sweden

 

 

 

Other Matches

 

Latvia "B" - Estonia   13-0

Ukraine U20 - Lithuania   2-3

Germany U20 - Slovakia U20  6-3

Norway U20 - Switzerland U20   3-4

Czech Republic U19 - Finland U19   6-5

Finland U18 - Sweden U18   2-1 After OT

Czech Republic U18 - United States U18   0-3

Czech Republic U16 - Switzerland U16   3-4

 

 

Womens

 

Poland - Slovakia   1-2   (*11th November 2017)

Poland - Slovakia   3-5

South Korea - France   3-1

Hungary - Denmark   3-4 After OT

Sweden - Finland  1-2 After OT

Canada - United States   1-5

Slovakia U18 - Switzerland U18   5-7

Austria U18 - Italy U18   1-2

Czech Republic U16 - Germany U16   4-2

 

 

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hckosice    1,182

Highlights of our games in the Deutschland Cup 2017

 

Slovakia - USA  2-1

 

 

 

Slovakia - Germany  3-0

 

 

Slovakia - Russia "B"  2-4  with the Trophy ceremony

 

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hckosice    1,182

2nd Seasons International break and last pre-Olympics testing phase just started tonight.

The prestigious Euro-Hockey tour continue with the second stage, after the Karjala Cup, time now for the Russia tournament the One Channel Cup. Because of Olympic season, just as the Karjala Cup last November the Channel One Cup will also unusually be contested by 6 teams. Altogether with the traditional Euro-Hockey tour participants :CZE:FIN:RUS and :SWE  will participate also teams from :CAN and :KOR

 

The format of the round-robin is a bit strange, 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 Czech Republic and Finland in Prague and first historic Canada - South Korea match already in the Host city of the tournament Moscow.

 

 

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 2 - Channel One Cup (in Moscow, Russia)

Wednesday December 13th, 2017 - Schedule

 

18:30  (GMT +1) Czech Republic vs Finland     * Played in Prague (Czech Republic)

19:30  (GMT +3) Canada vs South Korea   

 

 

 

This weekend is also scheduled 1 Challenger Tournament. In Hamar, Norway from Thursday to Saturday will be contested a 4 Nations tournament with participation of France, Norway, Russia "B" and Slovakia.

 

 

 

Other Matches

 

Mens

 

12th December 2017

Ukraine - Kazakhstan   1-5

Poland U18 - Belarus U18  2-5

Russia U17 - USA U17   4-1

 

Womens

 

12th December 2017

Japan - Finland  0-3

Germany - Sweden  2-3 After OT

 

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hckosice    1,182

Canada - South Korea  1-2 after 1st period, The Koreans looks much better than they were last month in the Challenger in Innsbruck were they finished pointless last after losing to DEN, NOR and AUT :mumble:

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hckosice    1,182

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 2 - Channel One Cup (in Moscow, Russia)

Wednesday December 13th, 2017 - Day 1 Results

 

18:30  (GMT +1) Czech Republic vs Finland   3-2 After OT    * Played in Prague (Czech Republic)

19:30  (GMT +3) Canada vs South Korea   4-2

 

Channel One Cup Standing after Day 1

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

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18 Cumulative Standing

1. Finland 7 pts, 2. Russia 3 pts, 3. Sweden 3 pts, 4. Czech Republic 2 pts.

 

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Other Matches

 

Mens

 

13th December 2017

Ukraine - Kazakhstan   0-3

 

Womens

 

13th December 2017

Japan - Germany  1-2 After GWS

Sweden - Russia  1-4

 

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hckosice    1,182

December International Break Schedule for tomorrow 14. 12. 2017

 

 

EURO-HOCKEY TOUR 2017/18

Stage 2 - Channel One Cup (in Moscow, Russia)

Thursday December 14th, 2017 - Day 2 Schedule (GMT +3)

 

18:45  Russia vs Sweden 

 

 

 

EUROPEAN ICE HOCKEY CHALLENGER, NORWAY

(in Hamar, Norway)

Thursday December 14th, 2017 - Round-Robin Day 1 Schedule (GMT +1)

 

16:00  France vs Slovakia 

20:00  Norway vs Russia "B"

 

 

 

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thepharoah    177

Kontinental Hockey League confirm mid-season break for Pyeongchang 2018 after Chernyshenko backs down

 

A threat by the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) to scrap a mid-season break to allows its player to compete in the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang if Russia was forced to take part under a neutral flag appears to have been dropped.

KHL President Dmitry Chernyshenko had issued the warning last month but has now pulled back following a meeting today.

"The KHL Board of Directors supported the decision of the Russian hockey team to perform at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang under a neutral flag and wished good luck to all the players of the KHL representing the national teams of their countries at the tournament," they said in a statement published following today's meeting, 

Chernyshenko had threatened the "KHL is ready to respond accordingly" when it became clear the International Olympic Committee (IOC) were considering punishing Russia for "systematic manipulation" of the doping control system at Sochi 2014.

The decision to continue with the KHL break from January 29 to February 25 has been taken even though Chernyshenko, former President and chief executive of Sochi 2014, was among those punished by the IOC. 

He was sacked from the IOC Coordination Commission for the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing.

Chernyshenko was not directly implicated personally in the doping scandal but was punished due to the responsibility of Sochi 2014 to avoid damaging the integrity of the Olympic Games, according to the IOC.

KHL President Dmitry Chernyshenko had threatened to scrap a mid-season break for the League that would have prevented players taking part at Pyeongchang 2018 if the IOC banned Russia ©KHL KHL President Dmitry Chernyshenko had threatened to scrap a mid-season break for the League that would have prevented players taking part at Pyeongchang 2018 if the IOC banned Russia ©KHL
 
 

The decision by the KHL to allow its player to play at Pyeongchang 2018 will be a big relief to the IOC and the International Ice Hockey Federation following an earlier decision by the National Hockey League (NHL) in the United States and Canada not to close down for the Olympics.

The KHL is a 27-team professional league widely considered as the second strongest in the world after the NHL.

Twenty-one of the teams are from Russia while there is one team each from Belarus, China, Finland, Kazakhstan, Latvia and Slovakia.

More KHL players than ever before are expected to feature in Pyeongchang due to the absence of the NHL for the first time since their inaugural appearance at Nagano 1998.

This was likely to be included in the teams of Canada, Czech Republic, Sweden and US, as well as Russia, who will compete under the "Olympic Athletes" from Russia banner.

Czech Republic, for instance, included 13 players from the KHL in their squad for last month's Karjala Cup in Finland.

The Winter Olympics are due to take place from February 9 to 25. 

 
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Finnator123    54

At least some level of Hockey skill remains in the olympics, now that KHL players are offically allowed to participate....

I seriously wonder what our world championship roster is gonna look like in Denmark... :d 

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