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Men's Ice Hockey Tournament at the Winter Olympic Games 2018

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53 minutes ago, stamura84 said:

why on the offtcial site of pyeongchang there isn't datsyk? just forget to put him in?or what?the roster is 24

 

Usually there are a bunch of missed/incorrect athletes when the site first updates so I wouldn't worry.

 

Though I'd keep my eye on it.

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Russian Dinar Khafizullin will miss Olympics due to injury

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Road to 2018 Men´s Ice Hockey at the Winter Olympic Games 2018

 

Exhibition Games

 

Olympic Athletes from Russia - Spartak Moscow (KHL, Russia)  2-1 After OT  (0:1, 1:0, 0:0. Overtime: 1:0)

(*played 4th February 2018 in the Ice Palace, Moscow)

Goals: 33. Gusev 1:1, 63. Marchenko) 2:1 OT - 17. Kablukov 0:1

 

 

Canada - Latvia  2-0 (1:0, 1:0, 0:0)

(*played 4th February 2018 in the Riga Arena, Riga)

Goals: 3. Gragnani 1:0, 31. Robinson 2:0

 

South Korea - Kazakhstan  3-0 (0:0, 1:0, 2:0)

(*played 5th February 2018 in the Seonhak International Ice Rink, Incheon)

Goals: 21. Testwuide 1:0, 53. Park Woo-Sang 2:0, 59. Swift 3:0

 

 

 

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South Korea may surprise (win a match) at the Olympics. That's something I didn't expect when the nation won the Olympics back in 2011.

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1 minute ago, JoshMartini007 said:

South Korea may surprise (win a match) at the Olympics. That's something I didn't expect when the nation won the Olympics back in 2011.

 

well with 7 North Americans in the team they definitely have their chances in such tournament, especially Matt Dalton is a great goaltender and Mike Swift is internationally a highly rated forward as well

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Road to 2018 Men´s Ice Hockey at the Winter Olympic Games 2018

 

Exhibition Games

 

Belarus - Canada   0-2 (0:1, 0:0, 0:1)

(*played 6th February 2018 in the Riga Arena, Riga)

Goals: 12. Lapierre 0:1, 47. Ebbett 0:2

 

Switzerland - Germany  1-2 after OT (0:0, 0:1, 1:0, Overtime: 0:1)

(*played 6th February 2018 in the Arena Zurich-Kloten, Kloten)

Goals: 54. Untersander 1:1 - 25. Wolf 0:1, 65. Kahun 1:2 OT

 

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Road to 2018 Men´s Ice Hockey at the Winter Olympic Games 2018

 

Exhibition Games

 

South Korea - Slovenia   1-2 (0:0, 1:0, 0:2)

(*played 8th February 2018 in the Seonhak International Ice Rink , Incheon)

Goals: 33. Testwuide 1:0 - 53. Golicic 1:1, 54. Kuralt 1:2

 

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Road to 2018 Men´s Ice Hockey at the Winter Olympic Games 2018

 

Exhibition Games

 

South Korea - Olympic Athletes from Russia   1-8 (1:2, 0:2, 0:4)

(*played 10th February 2018 in the Anyang Ice Arena, Anyang)

Goals: 19. Radunske 1:2 - 16. Gusev 0:1, 16. Grigorenko 0:2, 24. Andronov 1:3, 34. Kaprizov 1:4, 47. Shirokov 1:5, 50. Datsyuk 1:6, 54. Yakovlev 1:7, 57. Gusev 1:8

 

yep RIP Slovakia on Wednesday and everyone else in the further games of the tournament:pope:

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Still cant believe that we wont watch best players in Korea. Its very shamefull that one privately hold organisation is stronger that IOC. How IOC compeled with the fact that NHL wont let their players to compete in Korea? Whats next,prohibiting NBA players from Tokyo... 

Every year IOC do something to degrade itself...

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4 minutes ago, ChandlerMne said:

Still cant believe that we wont watch best players in Korea. Its very shamefull that one privately hold organisation is stronger that IOC. How IOC compeled with the fact that NHL wont let their players to compete in Korea? Whats next,prohibiting NBA players from Tokyo... 

Every year IOC do something to degrade itself...

It mostly looked like two children both being incredibly annoying, with this as result.. 

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12 minutes ago, ChandlerMne said:

Still cant believe that we wont watch best players in Korea. Its very shamefull that one privately hold organisation is stronger that IOC. How IOC compeled with the fact that NHL wont let their players to compete in Korea? Whats next,prohibiting NBA players from Tokyo... 

Every year IOC do something to degrade itself...

 

It's not the IOC's fault. This was a negotiation between the IIHF and the NHL. It came down to NHL owners not wanting to risk losing their players to injury, as well as the fact that games would air in the middle of the night and provide no value to the NHL, NBC or Sportsnet in terms of television revenue.

 

The NHL will be back in 2022 because they want to break into the Chinese market, and will also be back in 2026 assuming the Games go to Calgary (which is looking increasingly likely). NHL players will demand that the Olympics be included in their next arbitration agreement or there will be another lockout. 

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23 minutes ago, ofan said:

 

It's not the IOC's fault. This was a negotiation between the IIHF and the NHL. It came down to NHL owners not wanting to risk losing their players to injury, as well as the fact that games would air in the middle of the night and provide no value to the NHL, NBC or Sportsnet in terms of television revenue.

 

The NHL will be back in 2022 because they want to break into the Chinese market, and will also be back in 2026 assuming the Games go to Calgary (which is looking increasingly likely). NHL players will demand that the Olympics be included in their next arbitration agreement or there will be another lockout. 

I didnt know that. At least something good. Thanks for the insight.:yes

I think that both IIHF and IOC must have done more to include best players. We are living in consumers world,only profit is important,i am aware of that,but to ban players to take part at the games,most important competition of their life just because NBC cant make a profit out of it... Just speachles. 

 

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