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Ice Hockey 2017 - 2018 Discussion Thread

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phelps    572
2 hours ago, Finnator123 said:

Switzerland vs Canada in the Spengler Cup finals is my prediction.

 

c'mon, man! that's not such a big fantasy effort...:rofl:

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hckosice    1,869

SPENGLER CUP 2017

(in Davos, Switzerland)

Friday December 29th, 2017 -

 

Quarterfinals Results (GMT +1)

 

15:10  Dinamo Riga (LAT/KHL) vs Mountfield HK (CZE)   1-4    

20:15  HC Davos (SUI) vs Hämeenlinna PK (FIN)   4-2

 

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hckosice    1,869

SPENGLER CUP 2017

(in Davos, Switzerland)

Saturday December 30th, 2017 -

 

Semifinals Schedule (GMT +1)

 

15:10  Canada vs Mountfield HK (CZE)    

20:15  HC Davos (SUI) vs Switzerland

 

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hckosice    1,869

SPENGLER CUP 2017

(in Davos, Switzerland)

Saturday December 30th, 2017 -

 

Semifinals Results (GMT +1)

 

15:10  Canada vs Mountfield HK (CZE)     5-2

20:15  HC Davos (SUI) vs Switzerland   3-8

 

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hckosice    1,869

SPENGLER CUP 2017

(in Davos, Switzerland)

Sunday December 31st, 2017 -

 

Final Schedule (GMT +1)

 

12:10  Canada vs Switzerland    

 

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hckosice    1,869

SPENGLER CUP 2017

(in Davos, Switzerland)

Sunday December 31st, 2017 -

 

Final Result (GMT +1)

 

12:10  Canada vs Switzerland     3-0  (0-0, 2-0, 1-0)

Goals: 28. Z. Boychuk (Noreau, Ebbett) 1:0, 32. Noreau (Bartley, McClement) 2:0, 53. McIntyre 3:0

 

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Team Canada, :CAN  :champion:

2017 Spengler Cup Champion

 

 

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hckosice    1,869

WOMEN´S

CHALLENGE CUP OF ASIA

DIVISION I

2018

 

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Malaysia makes it

Women’s team wins CCOA event

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Malaysia won the 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s Challenge Cup of Asia Division I on home ice in Kuala Lumpur.

After growing pain in its first two years the Malaysian women’s national team has improved to win its first tournament in its third year of existence. Having its first full-size ice arena since this season to practise and play the sport paid off for the women’s team from the Southeast Asian country.

Two years ago in Taipei City the team started with a 1-3 record and getting its only win against India, 6-3. Last year in Bangkok, the Malaysians were even last with a 1-5 record and getting the only win from a 5-4 opening-day win in overtime against the United Arab Emirates.

This year on home ice the Malaysians went all the way to first place on home ice at the Malaysia National Ice Skating Stadium. At this brand-new facility, the Malaysia Ice Hockey Federation currently hosts both divisions of the Women’s Challenge Cup of Asia and the Division I tournament ended on Friday to the liking of the home crowd.

The Malaysians started with a 3-1 victory in a neighbouring clash with the Philippines. The Philippines managed to tie a Malaysian lead from a late Nurul Aliya Versluis first-period goal when Bianca Yasmine Cuevas scored the equalizer at 5:33 of the middle frame. But seven minutes later Fatin Muhd Fadzli Amin scored on the power play and made it 3-1 with her second goal in the third period.

Five different scorers led Malaysia to a 5-0 blanking of India in the second game to set up a final against the United Arab Emirates. The Emirati started in similar fashion. Dana Al Hosani’s hat trick and a pair of goals from Fatima Al Mazrouei led the UAE to a 6-1 win over India and despite strong pressure from the Philippines, the Emirati won their second game 5-4 with Khulood Shugaa scoring the game-winner with her second marker 2:14 before the end of regulation time.

460 fans came to the Malaysia National Ice Skating Stadium located at the Empire City mall in the Kuala Lumpur region to witness the final where Shugaa continued her scoring streak with the 1-0 marker after 78 seconds of play but five minutes later Versluis tied it up for the hosts.

At 4:15 of the middle frame Al Mazrouei increased her scoring account by regaining the lead for the United Arab Emirates that stayed until the Malaysia scored two quick goals midway the period. Captain Nur Iman Sofiah Nur Aziz tied the game at two at 12:44. After the next face-off Al Mazrouei was sent to the penalty box for an illegal bodycheck and 15 seconds later Nur Illina Mohd Rothi scored on the power play to give Malaysia its first lead in the game.

The teams exchanged more goals in the third period but Malaysia kept its lead until the end and won 5-3 for its historic tournament win as the bottom-seeded team.

The Philippines ended the tournament in third place. The Indian women, who came from the Ladakh region at the foot of the Himalayas, had a promising start with goals from Kunzes Angmo and Rinchen Dolma but then came the second period with four unanswered goals from Bianca Yasmine Cuevas. After two more third-period goals the 6-2 win and third place were final for the Philippines and Cuevas was voted MVP with her eight goals in three games.

With the Division I competition in Kuala Lumpur over, the top division of the Women’s Challenge Cup of Asia continues in the Malaysian capital and includes the women’s senior teams from Singapore and Thailand as well as the U18 women’s teams from Chinese Taipei and New Zealand.

 

Results Thread

 

 

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hckosice    1,869

A long game around the world that started in New Zealand and will end in Canada.

 

1 match will be played in 39 different countries during the next 24 hours between teams Blue and White for the traditional Global Girls´ Game.

 

3 games are already finished in New Zealand, Japan and Taipei and the score is currently 8-6 for the White team.

 

You can follow it here http://www.iihf.com/iihf-home/sport/women/global-girls-game/

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hckosice    1,869

WOMEN´S

CHALLENGE CUP OF ASIA

2018

 

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Taipei’s girls win gold

U18 team wins Women’s Challenge Cup of Asia

 

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One year ago the New Zealand U18 women’s team joined the IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s Challenge Cup of Asia and won it. This year they had a new competitor with the Chinese Taipei U18 women’s national team that finished the event with gold.

The tournament also included the senior teams from Singapore and Thailand while four more teams played in the Division I competition. Both tournaments were held at the new Malaysia National Ice Skating Stadium in Kuala Lumpur.

The team from Chinese Taipei started with a 5-3 win over last year’s silver medallist Thailand before playing the New Zealanders in a game that eventually determined the gold medallist. A hat trick from Thai captain Nuchanat Ponglerkdee wasn’t enough against the strong Taiwanese offence.

Also against New Zealand the Chinese Taipei U18 team tried to dictate the game from the beginning. Two late goals in the first period paved the win against the junior Kiwis. With a penalty against New Zealand just expired, Yun-Chu Huang gave Chinese Taipei the lead with 92 seconds left and with three seconds left before the first intermission Ting-Yu Hsu made it 2-0. Two third-period goals from Hsuan Wang – the 14-year-old was the youngest player of the tournament her after one month younger linemate Ya-Ching Jan – sealed the 4-1 victory and gold.

On the last day Chinese Taipei beat Singapore 12-1 to finish the tournament with a clean record. The New Zealand U18 women’s team beat Thailand 1-0 with Beth Scott scoring the only goal and Lilly Forbes earning a shutout with 25 saves to earn silver. The Thai had their only win against Singapore, 10-1.

Wang was named Best Forward of the tournament while the other awards went to Thailand. Wasunun Angkulpattanasuk, who had the best save percentage of all starting goalies with 94.12%, was named best goaltender while Sirikarn Jittresin was the best defender. Nuchanat Ponglerkdee, who led the tournament in points (8) and goals (6), was named Most Valuable Player. She scored six of her team’s goals and was on the ice for all 13 goals.

For six of the Chinese Taipei juniors the international season will continue soon as Chinese Taipei is the promoted team in the 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship Division II Group B that will be played in Valdemoro close to the Spanish capital of Madrid.

 

Results Thread

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hckosice    1,869
On 3/10/2018 at 10:55, hckosice said:

A long game around the world that started in New Zealand and will end in Canada.

 

1 match will be played in 39 different countries during the next 24 hours between teams Blue and White for the traditional Global Girls´ Game.

 

3 games are already finished in New Zealand, Japan and Taipei and the score is currently 8-6 for the White team.

 

You can follow it here http://www.iihf.com/iihf-home/sport/women/global-girls-game/

 

And the Final result is 134-129 for the Blue Team

 

here the results and comments from all games http://www.iihf.com/iihf-home/sport/women/global-girls-game/

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heywoodu    3,379

Meanwhile in the KHL play-offs, it's the 5th match in the series between CSKA Moscow and Jokerit. It started 5 hours ago :yikes: and we're in the 4th overtime :yikes:

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