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Gianlu33

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

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We're up against Switzerland... Should be an easy qualification! :p

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1 minute ago, heywoodu said:

Cool! And when we win, how many more tournaments and stuff do we have to win to make the miracle happen? :p 

 

just to win two more tournaments :d

 

In normal world it wouldn´t be anything so hard for a speed skating megapowerhouse :p

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6 minutes ago, hckosice said:

 

just to win two more tournaments :d

 

In normal world it wouldn´t be anything so hard for a speed skating megapowerhouse :p

Speed skating and hockey megapowerhouse to be exact :p 

 

I mean, we should dominate ice hockey :d 

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4 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

Speed skating and hockey megapowerhouse to be exact :p 

 

I mean, we should dominate ice hockey :d 

 

With that theory, Denmark should be quite a water polo nation  (handball powerhouse and pretty good swimming nation) :p

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Just now, Agger said:

 

With that theory, Denmark should be quite a water polo nation  (handball powerhouse and pretty good swimming nation) :p

 

It's all very weird indeed :p 

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18 minutes ago, heywoodu said:

Speed skating and hockey megapowerhouse to be exact :p 

 

I mean, we should dominate ice hockey :d 

 

yeah sure, sorry :d

 

still incredible to be so shitty in a sport formed of 2 sports in which you are the best in the world..really curious, Can´t understand it too if you ask me...somewhere something went wrong..:d

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1st PRELIMINARY QUALIFICATION ROUND

 

Round-Robin

3 Nations, Round-Robin Tournament, 1st Nation will Qualify to the 2nd Olympic Preliminary Quailfication Round

 

Day 1 Result

 

:HKG Hong Kong  2 - 8  Turkey :TUR

(Score by Period: 1-4, 1-3, 0-1)

7th October 2016, h. 20:30 (GMT -5), Ice Dome, Mexico City

 

Round-Robin Provisional Standing After Day 1

RANK NATION GAME WINS W(OT) L(OT) LOSE SCORE POINTS
1 :TUR Turkey 1 1 0 0 0 8:2 3
2 :MEX Mexico 0 0 0 0 0 0:0 0
3 :HKG Hong Kong 1 0 0 0 1 2:8 0

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1st PRELIMINARY QUALIFICATION ROUND

 

Round-Robin

3 Nations, Round-Robin Tournament, 1st Nation will Qualify to the 2nd Olympic Preliminary Quailfication Round

 

Day 2 Result

 

:MEX Mexico  13 - 0  Hong Kong :HKG      

(Score by Period: 5-0, 5-0, 3-0)

8th October 2016, h. 20:00 (GMT -5), Ice Dome, Mexico City

 

Round-Robin Provisional Standing After Day 2

RANK NATION GAME WINS W(OT) L(OT) LOSE SCORE POINTS
1 :MEX Mexico 1 1 0 0 0 13:0 3
2 :TUR Turkey 1 1 0 0 0 8:2 3
3 :HKG Hong Kong 2 0 0 0 2 2:21 0

 

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1st PRELIMINARY QUALIFICATION ROUND

 

Round-Robin

3 Nations, Round-Robin Tournament, 1st Nation will Qualify to the 2nd Olympic Preliminary Quailfication Round

 

Day 3 Result

 

:TUR Turkey  5 - 11  Mexico :MEX   

(Score by Period: 1-5, 2-2, 2-4)

9th October 2016, h. 16:00 (GMT -5), Ice Dome, Mexico City

 

Round-Robin Final Standing

RANK NATION GAME WINS W(OT) L(OT) LOSE SCORE POINTS
1 :MEX Mexico 2 2 0 0 0 24:5 6
2 :TUR Turkey 2 1 0 0 1 13:13 3
3 :HKG Hong Kong 2 0 0 0 2 2:21 0

 

 

Following Nation Have Qualified to 2nd Preliminary Olympic Qualifying Round

  • :MEX  Mexico

 

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Mexican ladies advance

Women’s Olympic Qualification has started

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Face-off between Mexico and Hong Kong at the Olympic Qualification.

 

The Women’s Olympic Qualification for PyeongChang 2018 has started with the Preliminary Round 1 tournament in Mexico City that was won by the hosts.

The Mexican women’s national team blanked Hong Kong 13-0 in its first game and then took care of business on Sunday night with a 11-5 victory against Turkey.

Joanna Rojas scored five goals in two games for Mexico, as many as the tournament’s scoring leader, Turkish-American forward Cagla Baktiroglu.

Mexico dominated the deciding game with 39-21 shots on goal against Turkey and pre-decided the game with a 3-0 lead after less than 15 minutes of play. Turkey tried to come back in a goal-laden game but never came closer than two goals. Claudia Tellez, who will become the first Mexican player in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, was named best player of her team in the game with one goal and two assists as 700 spectators celebrated the home team.

Mexico already beat Turkey last spring, 6-1, when the teams met at the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship Division II Group B in Jaca, Spain. It was the first time the teams met after Mexico had entered a women’s national team in IIHF competition in 2014.

Turkey finished the event in second place thanks to their 8-2 win against Hong Kong.

Hosting the women’s tournament, the Mexican Ice Hockey Federation also made use of the opportunity and invited girls to try hockey as part of the World Girls’ Ice Hockey Weekend.

After winning the tournament the Mexicans will play in the second preliminary round. In Group G in Astana they will play host Kazakhstan, Great Britain and Poland, 3-6 November.

From 4-6 November Group H will be hosted in San Sebastian with the Netherlands, Italy, Slovenia and host Spain.

 

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