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Women's Ice Hockey IIHF World Championships 2018

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hckosice    1,871

2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division II Group A
In Maribor, :SLO , 31 March-6 April 2018

 

Wednesday April 4th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Day 4 Results (GMT +2)

 

13:00  :MEX Mexico  0 - 7  Netherlands :NED

16:30  :AUS Australia  1 - 3  North Korea :PRK  

20:00  :SLO Slovenia  1 - 4  Great Britain :GBR

 

 

Provisional Standing after Day 4:

1. Netherlands 12 pts, 2. Great Britain 12 pts, 3. North Korea 6 pts, 4. Slovenia 3 pts, 5. Australia 3 pts, 6. Mexico 0 pts.

 

*North Korea is assured to finish 3rd and won the Bronze medals

**Mexico is assured to finish last and will be relegated to the Women´s Division II Group B World Championships 2019 where they will replace Spain, winner of this years W Div II B tournament held last week in Spain.

 

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hckosice    1,871

Tomorrows last day of Division II A schedule

 

2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division II Group A
In Maribor, :SLO , 31 March-6 April 2018

 

Friday April 6th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Last Day Schedule (GMT +2)

 

13:00  :PRK North Korea vs Mexico :MEX

16:30  :NED Netherlands vs Great Britain :GBR  

20:00  :SLO Slovenia vs Australia :AUS

 

*Netherlands vs Great Britain - is the direct match for the title and promotion, the winner of the game will win the tournament and earn promotion to the next years Women´s Division I Group B Tournament.

**Slovenia vs Australia - is the direct match for the 4th and 5th place, the winner of the game will finish 4th and the losing team in 5th place.

***North Korea vs Mexico - the result of this match will have no influence on the final ranking of both teams, North Korea is assured to fiish 3rd and wins the bronze medals, meanwhile Mexico will finish 6th and will be relegated, no matter what tomorrows result will be.

 

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PRK vs MEX

NED vs GBR

SLO vs AUS

 

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hckosice    1,871

2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division II Group A
In Maribor, :SLO , 31 March-6 April 2018

 

Friday April 6th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Last Day Results (GMT +2)

 

13:00  :PRK North Korea  3 - 2  Mexico :MEX

16:30  :NED Netherlands  4 - 0  Great Britain :GBR  

20:00  :SLO Slovenia  2 - 4  Australia :AUS

 

 

Final Standing

 

1. Netherlands 15  :NED  :champion:

Qualified for the Women´s Division I Group B World Championships 2019

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2. Great Britain 12

3. North Korea 9

4. Australia 6

5. Slovenia 3

6. Mexico 0

 

EDIT: Because the Top Division will expand to 10 teams next year, there no relegated team from this Division II A this year

 

 

 

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hckosice    1,871

Since during the Olympic year there not Women´s Top Division contested, tomorrow start the last 2 this years World Championship program tournaments, the Division I Group A in France and Division I Group B in Italy.

 

2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division I Group A
In Vaujany, :FRA , 8-14 April 2018
Participants: Austria, Norway, Denmark, Hungary, France, Slovakia

 

Sunday April 8th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Day 1 Schedule (GMT +2)

 

12:30  :SVK Slovakia vs Austria :AUT

16:00  :FRA France vs Denmark :DEN   

19:30  :HUN Hungary vs Norway :NOR

 

*Tournament Format: 6 Nations play a usual Round-Robin tournament, Each team play once every opponent,

The first ranked Nation will qualify for the Women´s World Championships Top Division next year in 2019.

Teams ranked 2nd-5th will stay in this division,

The last 6th ranked nation will be relegated to the next years Women´s Division I Group B World Championships 2019

 

LIVESTREAM

HERE (Payable)

 

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2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division I Group B
In Asiago, :ITA , 8-14 April 2018
Participants: Kazakshtan, Latvia, China, Italy, Poland, Korea

 

Sunday April 8th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Day 1 Schedule (GMT +2)

 

13:30  :KOR South Korea vs Kazakhstan :KAZ

17:00  :POL Poland vs China :CHN   

20:30  :ITA Italy vs Latvia :LAT

 

*Tournament Format: 6 Nations play a usual Round-Robin tournament, Each team play once every opponent,

The first ranked Nation will qualify for the Women´s World Championships Division I Group A next year in 2019.

Teams ranked 2nd-5th will stay in this division,

The last 6th ranked nation will be relegated to the next years Women´s Division II Group A World Championships 2019, where they will replace the Netherlands, fresh winner of this years Div II A tournament held last week in Slovenia.

 

LIVESTREAM

KOR vs KAZ

POL vs CHN

ITA vs LAT

 

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hckosice    1,871
21 hours ago, heywoodu said:

:cheer:

 

 

WOMEN´S

DIVISION II GROUP A

2018

 

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Dutch delight in Maribor

Impressive Netherlands cruise to gold

 

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The Netherlands powered to gold in the 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship Division II Group A with a flawless week’s work in Maribor, Slovenia. Unbeaten in five games, with just three goals allowed, the Dutch were a class above the opposition throughout the competition and wrapped up the title in fine style with an impressive 4-0 victory over Great Britain in Friday’s decisive game between the best two teams of the tournament.

As a result, the Netherlands returns to Division IB. Relegation in 2016 in Asiago was followed by a silver medal in Korea last year at one of the preparation events for the Olympics in PyeongChang, but this time the Dutch went one better.

The game against Great Britain was a clash between two nations with 100% records, but even in the early rounds of the tournament the Dutch had looked stronger. More goals scored and fewer allowed at the other end meant the Netherlands would be the favourite ahead of the gold-medal showdown.

Joep Franke’s team lived up to its billing from the start. The first period was one-way traffic, with the Brits limited to just a couple of shots at Nadia Zijlstra while the Netherlands fired in 13 efforts at Nicole Jackson. Britain was fighting to stay in the game, but lost that battle in the middle frame when the Dutch scored three without reply. Captain Savine Wielenga got things started with a power-play goal shortly after the intermission before feeding Kayleigh Hamers for a rocket of a shot to make it 2-0.

Britain’s best hopes of a recovery came and went with a 5-on-3 power play towards the end of the second period. The Dutch, though, not only killed the penalty but went on to kill off the game with a third goal seconds after Hamers escaped the box. Julie Zwarthoed scored, with Wielenga among the assists again, to make it 3-0 and take her to 11 points for the tournament. Another power play saw Bieke van Nes add a fourth early in the final frame, and the outcome was beyond doubt.

Zwarthoed and Wielenga led the Dutch scoring with 11 and 10 points respectively, while Zijlstra’s goaltending brought her two shutouts from three starts, and just one goal allowed in the 2-1 win over Slovenia. That game was the tightest battle for the eventual champion: the other results were a 5-2 win over DPR Korea and big shutout wins against Australia and Mexico.

For Britain, a silver medal was an improvement on bronze in 2017 and that gave cause for encouragement for head coach Cheryl Smith. “We have plenty to be proud of, and the program is clearly going in the right direction,” she said after the game. The tournament also marked the end of Angela Taylor’s international career after two spells on the national team totalling more than a decade brought 54 appearances and 70 points for her country.

The tournament also brought a bronze medal for DPR Korea. The roster featured several players who gained Olympic experience as part of the Unified Korean team in PyeongChang in February. Un Hyang Kim, who made five Olympic appearances, was the top goalscorer with six; Hyang Mi Kim, who featured in three games in PyeongChang, led the scoring with nine points. Su Hyon Jong, who famously joined her South Korean colleague Jongah Park to carry the Olympic Torch to the cauldron during the Opening Ceremony, contributed with six assists in five games.

Australia edged the Slovenian hosts for fourth place, winning 4-2 when the nations went head-to-head on Friday; Slovenia’s Pia Pren had some consolation as her two assists lifted her to 11 points and a share of the tournament scoring lead with Zwarthoed. Mexico struggled throughout the competition and was relegated after failing to win a game and scoring just three goals.

 

 

Results Thread

 

 

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Gianlu33    919

It's an amazing italian team, let's go girls :cheer: 

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hckosice    1,871

2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division I Group A
In Vaujany, :FRA , 8-14 April 2018
Participants: Austria, Norway, Denmark, Hungary, France, Slovakia

 

Sunday April 8th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Day 1 Results (GMT +2)

 

12:30  :SVK Slovakia  3 - 2  Austria :AUT

16:00  :FRA France  3 - 2  Denmark :DEN   

19:30  :HUN Hungary  5 - 4  Norway :NOR

 

 

Provisional Standing after Day 1:

1. Hungary 3 pts, 2. ex aequo France and Slovakia 3 pts, 4. Norway 0 pts, 5. ex aequo Austria and Denmark 0 pts.

 

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hckosice    1,871

2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division I Group B
In Asiago, :ITA , 8-14 April 2018
Participants: Kazakshtan, Latvia, China, Italy, Poland, Korea

 

Sunday April 8th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Day 1 Results (GMT +2)

 

13:30  :KOR South Korea  OT2 - 1  Kazakhstan :KAZ

17:00  :POL Poland  0 - 4  China :CHN   

20:30  :ITA Italy  5 - 1  Latvia :LAT

 

 

Provisional Standing after Day 1:

1. Italy 3 pts, 2. China 3 pts, 3. South Korea 2 pts, 4. Kazakhstan 1 pt, 5. Latvia 0 pts, 6. Poland 0 pts.

 

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Tomorrows Div I A and Div I B schedules

 

2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division I Group A
In Vaujany, :FRA , 8-14 April 2018
Participants: Austria, Norway, Denmark, Hungary, France, Slovakia

 

Monday April 9th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Day 2 Schedule (GMT +2)

 

12:30  :DEN Denmark vs Slovakia :SVK

16:00  :AUT Austria vs Hungary :HUN   

19:30  :NOR Norway vs France :FRA

 

 

LIVESTREAM

HERE (Payable)

 

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2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division I Group B
In Asiago, :ITA , 8-14 April 2018
Participants: Kazakhstan, Latvia, China, Italy, Poland, Korea

 

Monday April 9th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Day 2 Schedule (GMT +2)

 

13:30  :LAT Latvia vs Poland :POL

17:00  :CHN China vs South Korea :KOR   

20:30  :KAZ Kazakhstan vs Italy :ITA

 

 

LIVESTREAM

LAT vs POL

CHN vs KOR

KAZ vs ITA

 

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hckosice    1,871

2018 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship Division I Group A
In Vaujany, :FRA , 8-14 April 2018
Participants: Austria, Norway, Denmark, Hungary, France, Slovakia

 

Monday April 9th, 2018 -

Round-Robin Day 2 Results (GMT +2)

 

12:30  :DEN Denmark  6 - 3  Slovakia :SVK

16:00  :AUT Austria  6 - 4  Hungary :HUN   

19:30  :NOR Norway  2 - 1  France :FRA

 

 

Provisional Standing after Day 2:

1. Denmark 3 pts (Score +2), 2. Austria 3 pts (Score +1), 3. Norway 3 pts (Score 0 (6-6)), 4. France 3 pts (Score 0 (4-4)), 5. Hungary 3 pts (Score -1), 6. Slovakia 3 pts (Score -2).  All teams with 3 points after 2 matches :woot:

 

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Gianlu33    919

Again a win for our girls :clap:  @hckosice we have any chance to win the tournament and qualify for the 2nd division?

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