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Ice Hockey 2018 - 2019 Discussion Thread

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And finally we have the 1st this seasons International break.

 

Tomorrow start the challenger in Budapest, some more tournaments will also begins in the following days Challengers in Minsk, Gdansk and Vilnius, the traditional Deutschland Cup and ofc the first stage of the Euro Hockey Tour

 

November 2018 International Break

Wednesday 07.11.2018 - SCHEDULE

 

Budapest Challenger - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 1

16:00  Kazakhstan - Hungary

19:30  South Korea - Italy

 

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November 2018 International Break

Wednesday 07.11.2018 - RESULTS

 

Budapest Challenger - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 1

16:00  Kazakhstan - Hungary  3-1

19:30  South Korea - Italy  2-5

Standing after Day 1: 1. ITA 3, 2. KAZ 3, 3. HUN 0, 4. KOR 0

 

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wow! we won against the mighty Koreans...:lol:

with a team made only with Alps League players (except for Trivellato and Pavlu, who play in the DEL, the first one, and in the DEL2, the second one)...:yikes:

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November 2018 International Break

Thursday 08.11.2018 - SCHEDULE

 

EURO HOCKEY TOUR

(STAGE 1/4 - KARJALA CUP :FIN) - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 1

18:20  Czech Republic - Sweden   (*Played in Prague, CZE)

18:30  Russia - Finland

 

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Deutschland Cup - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 1

15:30  Slovakia - Switzerland

19:00  Germany - Russia "B"

 

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Budapest Challenger - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 2

19:30  South Korea - Kazakhstan

 

 

 

Minsk Challenger - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 1

14:15  Latvia - Slovenia

18:15  Belarus - France

 

 

Vilnius Challenger - 6 Nations, 2 Groups of 3 Teams, Group winners qualify for the gold medal match

Day 1

Group A

19:00  Lithuania - Japan

Group B

15:30  Latvia "B" - Estonia

 

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Not good start of the home world championship season...especially the second period was pretty embarassing, after a decent and let say satisfying opening frame we got clearly outshooted and outskated in that 2nd period, the guys were too much slow and annoyingly lazy, thankfully we recovered a bit in the third period, but stupid fouls (especially the Gernát´s crosschecking) costed us a better result...Anyway this is still the start of the long road until the WCh and the coaching staff has to test as many players as possible to find the best possible team for May, some new faces like Puliš or Lántoši showed today some interesting things.

 

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November 2018 International Break

Thursday 08.11.2018 - RESULTS

 

EURO HOCKEY TOUR

(STAGE 1/4 - KARJALA CUP :FIN) - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 1

18:20  Czech Republic - Sweden  2-3   (*Played in Prague, CZE)

18:30  Russia - Finland  3-0

Standing after Day 1: 1. RUS 3, 2. SWE 3, 3. CZE 0, 4. FIN 0

EURO HOCKEY TOUR 2018/19 Cumulative Standing after Games 1/12: 1. RUS 3, 2. SWE 3, 3. CZE 0, 4. FIN 0

 

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Deutschland Cup - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 1

15:30  Slovakia - Switzerland  2-3

19:00  Germany - Russia "B"  3-4 After Overtime

Standing after Day 1: 1. SUI 3, 2. RUS 2, 3. GER 1, 4. SVK 0

 

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Budapest Challenger - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 2

19:30  South Korea - Kazakhstan  3-5

Standing after Day 2: 1. KAZ 6, 2. ITA 3*, 3. HUN 0*, 4. KOR 0

 

 

Minsk Challenger - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 1

14:15  Latvia - Slovenia  4-1

18:15  Belarus - France  5-2

Standing after Day 1: 1. BLR 3, 2. LAT 3, 3. FRA 0, 4. SLO 0

 

 

Vilnius Challenger - 6 Nations, 2 Groups of 3 Teams, Group winners qualify for the gold medal match

Day 1

Group A

19:00  Lithuania - Japan  3-2 After Penalty Shoot-Out

Standing after Day 1: 1. LTU 2, 2. JPN 1, 3. BLR 0*

Group B

15:30  Latvia "B" - Estonia  4-1

Standing after Day 1: 1. LAT 3, 2. ROU 0*, 3. EST 0

 

 

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November 2018 International Break

Friday 09.11.2018 - SCHEDULE

 

Budapest Challenger - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 3

16:00  Kazakhstan - Italy

19:30  Hungary - South Korea

 

 

Minsk Challenger - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 2

16:30  France - Latvia

18:30  Slovenia - Belarus

 

 

Gdansk Challenger - 4 Nations Round-Robin Tournament

Day 1

14:00  Austria - Norway

17:30  Poland - Denmark

 

 

Vilnius Challenger - 6 Nations, 2 Groups of 3 Teams, Group winners qualify for the gold medal match

Day 2

Group A

19:00  Belarus "B" - Japan

Group B

15:30  Estonia - Romania

 

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The match Poland - Denmark has been interrupted after 45 minutes of play, it was 1 hour ago because of Ice issues in Gdansk...they still for some reasons don´t know how to fix that...not sure if I understood correctly, but it looks like the game will be finished tomorrow, that would means probably that also the next game :AUT vs :NOR will be played tomorrow...

 

This tournament started very bad...it looks like one team do not want to play (Poland experiencing some internal problems with boycotting players), one team have nothing to play with (Austria lost equipment dring the ravel - their match vs Norway was already postponed to this evening - previously was scheduled as the opening match) and the third has not where to play (Denmark because of ice issue ):p

 

 

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13 minut temu, hckosice napisał:

The match Poland - Denmark has been interrupted after 45 minutes of play, it was 1 hour ago because of Ice issues in Gdansk...they still for some reasons don´t know how to fix that...not sure if I understood correctly, but it looks like the game will be finished tomorrow, that would means probably that also the next game :AUT vs :NOR will be played tomorrow...

 

This tournament started very bad...it looks like one team do not want to play (Poland experiencing some internal problems with boycotting players), one team have nothing to play with (Austria lost equipment dring the ravel - their match vs Norway was already postponed to this evening - previously was scheduled as the opening match) and the third has not when play (Denmark because of ice issue ):p

That's very sad :( I was watching first period (couldn't watch whole match) and puck sometimes was moving in strange direction but I didn't expect that we can't prepare ice correctly to play whole 60 minutes. Not so long time ago we host WCh regularly (of course not elite, but still...). Rest of the match will be played tomorrow. Unfortunately I can't find any information about time for rest of the matches. Maybe tournament will be postponed and finish at Monday (strange thing, but it's holiday in Poland this year)? It's all chaos. It's even sadder if you think that this is tournament in the occasion of 100th anniversary of the restoration of Poland's sovereignty.

 

And about Polish hockey players. I don't want go into details, because it's more complicated. In short it looks like that: players want money for past matches, federation don't want to pay the whole amount - they claim that promise of payments was whim of ex-presidents, not idea of federation itself :dunno:

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1 minute ago, Col_Frost said:

That's very sad :( I was watching first period (couldn't watch whole match) and puck sometimes was moving in strange direction but I didn't expect that we can't prepare ice correctly to play whole 60 minutes. Not so long time ago we host WCh regularly (of course not elite, but still...). Rest of the match will be played tomorrow. Unfortunately I can't find any information about time for rest of the matches. Maybe tournament will be postponed and finish at Monday (strange thing, but it's holiday in Poland this year)? It's all chaos. It's even sadder if you think that this is tournament in the occasion of 100th anniversary of the restoration of Poland's sovereignty.

 

And about Polish hockey players. I don't want go into details, because it's more complicated. In short it looks like that: players want money for past matches, federation don't want to pay the whole amount - they claim that promise of payments was whim of ex-presidents, not idea of federation itself :dunno:

 

Well, it´s not like it´s the first time such thing happened, Ice issues are not so uncommon everywhere, even in top countries it happen sometimes. That´s not in fact so big deal or thing to be ashamed, they just have to fix it and the tournament can continue until Monday like you said, or if other teams disagree, because many leagues are scheduled already for tuesday, they just can pair teams and do a KO tournament, with semifinals tomorrow and finals on Sunday. Let´s see what will happen tomorrow.

 

Yes, that´s exactly what I heard, I know this feeling, we had boycotting players (all our 50 top players) boycotting the National Team for almost two years, fighting against peoples leading our federation, it was so frustrating and sad to follow that "war"...thankfully it s now over, we are slowly restarting our hockey, but we lost a lot during this period...and it will took a while until we will recover, hopefully it will go better and quickly in Poland

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:AUT - :NOR apparently is played as originally scheduled, so it seems the organizers found the way to solve the ice problem

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