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PostPosted: Fri May 02, 2014 10:45 pm
 


It's a bit early, the games will be early too. :)


Minsk, Belarus, games start May 9


Group A

Sweden SWE - Sweden
Czech Republic CZE - Czech Republic
Canada CAN - Canada
Slovakia SVK - Slovakia
Norway NOR - Norway
Denmark DEN - Denmark
France FRA - France
Italy ITA - Italy

Group B

Finland FIN - Finland
Russia RUS - Russia
United States USA - United States
Switzerland SUI - Switzerland
Germany GER - Germany
Latvia LAT - Latvia
Belarus BLR - Belarus
Kazakhstan KAZ - Kazak



Playing schedule:

Group A

9 May, FriFRAFrance16:45CanadaCAN
9 May, FriSVKSlovakia20:45Czech RepublicCZE
10 May, SatITAItaly12:45NorwayNOR
10 May, SatSWESweden16:45DenmarkDEN
10 May, SatCANCanada20:45SlovakiaSVK
11 May, SunFRAFrance12:45ItalyITA
11 May, SunNORNorway16:45DenmarkDEN
11 May, SunSWESweden20:45Czech RepublicCZE
12 May, MonSVKSlovakia16:45FranceFRA
12 May, MonCZECzech Republic20:45CanadaCAN
13 May, TueITAItaly16:45DenmarkDEN
13 May, TueNORNorway20:45SwedenSWE
14 May, WedCZECzech Republic16:45ItalyITA
14 May, WedSVKSlovakia20:45NorwayNOR
15 May, ThuCANCanada16:45DenmarkDEN
15 May, ThuSWESweden20:45FranceFRA
16 May, FriCANCanada16:45ItalyITA
16 May, FriSWESweden20:45SlovakiaSVK
17 May, SatFRAFrance12:45NorwayNOR
17 May, SatDENDenmark16:45Czech RepublicCZE
17 May, SatSVKSlovakia20:45ItalyITA
18 May, SunCANCanada16:45SwedenSWE
18 May, SunCZECzech Republic20:45NorwayNOR
19 May, MonDENDenmark16:45FranceFRA
19 May, MonITAItaly20:45SwedenSWE
20 May, TueNORNorway12:45CanadaCAN
20 May, TueDENDenmark16:45SlovakiaSVK
20 May, TueCZECzech Republic20:45FranceFRA


Group B

9 May, FriSUISwitzerland16:45RussiaRUS
9 May, FriBLRBelarus20:45United StatesUSA
10 May, SatKAZKazakhstan12:45GermanyGER
10 May, SatFINFinland16:45LatviaLAT
10 May, SatUSAUnited States20:45SwitzerlandSUI
11 May, SunGERGermany13:45LatviaLAT
11 May, SunBLRBelarus17:30KazakhstanKAZ
11 May, SunFINFinland21:00RussiaRUS
12 May, MonSUISwitzerland16:45BelarusBLR
12 May, MonRUSRussia20:45United StatesUSA
13 May, TueGERGermany16:45FinlandFIN
13 May, TueKAZKazakhstan20:45LatviaLAT
14 May, WedSUISwitzerland16:45GermanyGER
14 May, WedRUSRussia20:45KazakhstanKAZ
15 May, ThuUSAUnited States16:45LatviaLAT
15 May, ThuFINFinland20:45BelarusBLR
16 May, FriUSAUnited States16:45KazakhstanKAZ
16 May, FriFINFinland20:45SwitzerlandSUI
17 May, SatLATLatvia12:45RussiaRUS
17 May, SatBLRBelarus16:45GermanyGER
17 May, SatSUISwitzerland20:45KazakhstanKAZ
18 May, SunUSAUnited States16:45FinlandFIN
18 May, SunRUSRussia20:45GermanyGER
19 May, MonKAZKazakhstan16:45FinlandFIN
19 May, MonLATLatvia20:45BelarusBLR
20 May, TueGERGermany12:45United StatesUSA
20 May, TueLATLatvia16:45SwitzerlandSUI
20 May, TueRUSRussia20:45BelarusBLR


Named players so far:

Fifteen of the twenty players named by Hockey Canada have previous international experience, with five players (Burrows, Chimera, Methot, Myers, Reimer) who represented Canada at previous IIHF World Championships. Chimera won gold at the 2007 IIHF World Championship in Moscow, Russia. (Note: Turris also skated as an alternate player with Canada at the 2008 IIHF World Championship). Kevin Bieksa, Troy Brouwer, Jason Garrison, Ben Scrivens and Joel Ward will be representing Canada on the international stage for the first time.

Over the past week, Blake has confirmed the following 20 players:

Goalkeepers:
James Reimer, Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)
Ben Scrivens, Edmonton Oilers (NHL)

Defencemen:
Kevin Bieksa, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Ryan Ellis, Nashville Predators (NHL)
Jason Garrison, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Erik Gudbranson, Florida Panthers (NHL)
Marc Methot, Ottawa Senators (NHL)
Tyler Myers, Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
Morgan Rielly, Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)

Forwards:
Troy Brouwer, Washington Capitals (NHL)
Alexandre Burrows, Vancouver Canucks (NHL)
Jason Chimera, Washington Capitals (NHL)
Cody Hodgson, Buffalo Sabres (NHL)
Jonathan Huberdeau, Florida Panthers (NHL)
Nazem Kadri, Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)
Sean Monahan, Calgary Flames (NHL)
David Perron, Edmonton Oilers (NHL)
Mark Scheifele, Winnipeg Jets (NHL)
Kyle Turris, Ottawa Senators (NHL)
Joel Ward, Washington Capitals (NHL)


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PostPosted: Fri May 02, 2014 10:51 pm
 


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Scrivens and Perron are on the roster. :D


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Scrivens and Perron are on the roster. :D


But where are the Oiler's $6M pretty boys? :evil:


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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2014 7:38 pm
 


Alta_redneck wrote:
wildrosegirl wrote:
Scrivens and Perron are on the roster. :D


But where are the Oiler's $6M pretty boys? :evil:

Yeah... I was kinda hoping to see Eberle on there, but they're still a little young and a little green. Don't really want to see a bunch of rookies on that roster, I suppose.

Looks like a good roster over all. And now we wait. :?


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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2014 9:19 pm
 


wildrosegirl wrote:
Alta_redneck wrote:
wildrosegirl wrote:
Scrivens and Perron are on the roster. :D


But where are the Oiler's $6M pretty boys? :evil:

Yeah... I was kinda hoping to see Eberle on there, but they're still a little young and a little green. Don't really want to see a bunch of rookies on that roster, I suppose.

Looks like a good roster over all. And now we wait. :?


I found the answer to my question, and you've been doing to much spring fishing. :P

They both played last year, but Hall is pouting because he was used as a bench warmer, and I can't believe it, but Ebs is a 4 year veteran of the world team. He's like most of these over paid players, he has minor hurts. RNH is trying to make up his mind now that his buddies have said no.

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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2014 11:42 pm
 


It's good to see someone beside Hamhuis representing the Canucks with both Bieksa and Garrison playing the blue line. Best of all though is seeing Burrows finally getting some recognition for the great work he's done over the years.


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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2014 8:09 pm
 


Alta_redneck wrote:
I found the answer to my question, and you've been doing to much spring fishing. :P

They both played last year, but Hall is pouting because he was used as a bench warmer, and I can't believe it, but Ebs is a 4 year veteran of the world team. He's like most of these over paid players, he has minor hurts. RNH is trying to make up his mind now that his buddies have said no.

http://www.edmontonsun.com/2014/04/13/o ... ld-of-hurt


:lol:

Can't find any open water to go fishin'. :( Been boat shopping instead! :lol:

Damn... Didn't realize Eb's had been on that long. Guess Perron's off the list due to injury now as well. Sheeeeeeit. I think our boys need a mom in the dressing room to toughen these boys up.

I vote me. :D


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PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2014 8:47 pm
 


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Sheeeeeeit. I think our boys need a mom in the dressing room to toughen these boys up.

I vote me. :D


Toughen them up yeah, just as long as you're not leaving them there as whimpering sacks of what was once living human flesh feverishly crying and incoherently moaning for their mommies..... you go girl.... :lol:


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wildrosegirl wrote:

Sheeeeeeit. I think our boys need a mom in the dressing room to toughen these boys up.

I vote me. :D


Toughen them up yeah, just as long as you're not leaving them there as whimpering sacks of what was once living human flesh feverishly crying and incoherently moaning for their mommies..... you go girl.... :lol:

Ohhhhh.... You can pretty much guarantee it would start out that way! Ask my sons. :lol: They'd come out of it without any whine factor left though.
"Slap a piece of duct tape on it and get your ass back in the game!", I say.


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PostPosted: Thu May 08, 2014 8:21 pm
 


Kevin Bieksa named captain of Canada's National Men's Team for 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship

Jason Chimera and Kyle Turris named alternate captains

MINSK, Belarus – Dave Tippett, head coach of Canada’s National Men’s Team, announced Thursday, in collaboration with Hockey Canada and general manager Rob Blake, that Kevin Bieksa (Grimsby, Ont./Vancouver, NHL) will serve as Canada’s captain at the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship, which will be held May 9-25 in Minsk.

Tippett also announced that Jason Chimera (Edmonton, Alta./Washington, NHL) and Kyle Turris (New Westminster, B.C./Ottawa, NHL) will serve as alternate captains.

Bieksa, 32, just completed his eighth season with the Canucks, and will make his first appearance in international competition. A native of Grimsby, Ont., Bieksa has appeared in 537 NHL games with Vancouver, and ranks as the sixth-highest scoring defenceman in franchise history, with 179 points.

Chimera, 35, will be representing Canada at the world championship for the third time, having won gold in 2007 and silver in 2008. A veteran of 13 NHL seasons with Edmonton, Columbus and Washington, the native of Edmonton, Alta., also played at the 1999 IIHF World Junior Championship in Winnipeg, Man., winning a silver medal.

Turris, 24, won gold with Canada’s National Junior Team at the 2008 IIHF World Junior Championship. A veteran of six NHL seasons with Phoenix and Ottawa, the native of New Westminster, B.C., ranked third in scoring with the Senators this season, setting career highs in goals (26), assists (32) and points (58), while leading the team with a +22 plus-minus rating.

In addition, Canada has added defenceman Braydon Coburn (Shaunavon, Sask./Philadelphia, NHL) to its roster, which now includes 23 players: three goaltenders, seven defencemen and 13 forwards.

Defenceman Marc Methot (Ottawa, Ont./Ottawa, NHL), originally named to the roster, will not be able to participate due to injury.

With the addition of Coburn, Canada’s roster now includes 18 players with previous international experience, with six players (Burrows, Chimera, Coburn, Myers, Read, Reimer) who have represented Canada at previous world championships (Turris skated as an alternate player with Canada in 2008).

Bieksa, Troy Brouwer, Jason Garrison, Ben Scrivens and Joel Ward will be representing Canada on the international stage for the first time.

Canada can officially register a maximum of 25 players with the IIHF for the world championship, including three goaltenders. The initial official registration is today, May 8, but additional players can be registered during the tournament as well.

Canada opens the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship on May 9 against France. TSN and RDS, the official broadcasters of Hockey Canada, will be broadcasting all of Canada’s games from Belarus. Check your local listings for times in your broadcast area.

For more information on Canada’s National Men’s Team and the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship, please visit http://www.hockeycanada.ca, or follow along through social media at http://www.facebook.com/hockeycanada, http://www.twitter.com/hockeycanada and http://www.twitter.com/hc_men.


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PostPosted: Thu May 08, 2014 8:25 pm
 


Canada's first game, against France goes at 6:30am PT Friday in Belarus. I don't know how much opposition France will provide, but hockey is hockey..... :D :rock: [B-o]


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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2014 8:49 am
 


This has to one of the worst Team Canada's I've ever seen. Tied with France, fuck. :evil:


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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2014 8:52 am
 


The hell is Reimer starting for?


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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2014 9:10 am
 


I know of a few top player who aren't there because of Stevie Y not keeping his promises from last year.


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