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Hux
12-29-2012, 10:37 AM
USA tops Russia 7-0

Goals by Morin (winning), Wolfe, Rodgers, Cianfarano, Schipper, Cameranesi, and Dunne. Peters had seven saves in the shutout.

Sweden 3
Czech 2

Canada opens with Hungary

CrazyDave
12-29-2012, 11:55 AM
USA tops Russia 7-0

Goals by Morin (winning), Wolfe, Rodgers, Cianfarano, Schipper, Cameranesi, and Dunne. Peters had seven saves in the shutout.

Sweden 3
Czech 2

Canada opens with Hungary
Schipper was named Best Player for Team USA with her goal and two assists.

Hungary is hanging tough against Canada. 2-1 Canada after two, but it was 1-1 for a short time in the middle of the second period.

Also Finland defeated Germany 3-2, having to come from behind in the third period and scoring the gamewinner with 32 seconds left in regulation. The shots were lopsided -- 52 to 19 for Finland -- but German goaltender Franziska Albl made 49 saves.

Hux
12-29-2012, 12:34 PM
Canada 4
Hungary 1 Final

Congrats to Hungary, in what I believe is their debut in the top division. Nice to see competitive scores.

First Period
Goals
Ashleigh Brykaliuk (18 Halli Krzyzaniak)

Penalties:
01:39 HUN 4 Vivien Somogyi (Tripping)
09:17 HUN 3 Eniko Toth (Tripping)
Second Period
Goals:
11:02 HUN 10 Tifani Horvath (18 Alexandra Husak, 24 Kinga Jokai-Szilagyi)
14:28 CAN 2 Cassidy Carels SH

Penalties:
12:22 HUN 12 Andrea Kiss (Holding)
14:18 CAN 24 Corie Jacobson (Interference)
16:50 CAN 14 Hannah Miller (Slashing)
Third Period
Goals:
00:57 CAN 23 Karly Heffernan (19 Catherine Dubois, 17 Catherine Daoust)
03:16 CAN 2 Cassidy Carels (18 Halli Krzyzaniak, 12 Kristyn Capizzano)

CrazyDave
12-29-2012, 12:35 PM
Hungary is hanging tough against Canada. 2-1 Canada after two, but it was 1-1 for a short time in the middle of the second period.
Canada scored twice in the first 3:16 of the third period to extend their lead to 4-1, and that turned out to be the final score. The shots favored the North Americans 35-11.

5765
12-29-2012, 10:24 PM
Canada scored twice in the first 3:16 of the third period to extend their lead to 4-1, and that turned out to be the final score. Cassidy Carels had two goals for Canada, and the shots favored the North Americans 35-11.

Murray, not carels got the fourth goal.

5765
12-29-2012, 11:04 PM
Murray, not carels got the fourth goal.

First Period
Goals:
16:35 CAN 5 Ashleigh Brykaliuk (18 Halli Krzyzaniak)
Penalties:
01:39 HUN 4 Vivien Somogyi (Tripping)
09:17 HUN 3 Eniko Toth (Tripping)

Second Period
Goals:
11:02 HUN 10 Tifani Horvath (18 Alexandra Husak, 24 Kinga Jokai-Szilagyi)
14:28 CAN 2 Cassidy Carels SH
Penalties:
12:22 HUN 12 Andrea Kiss (Holding)
14:18 CAN 24 Corie Jacobson (Interference)
16:50 CAN 14 Hannah Miller (Slashing)

Third Period
Goals:
00:57 CAN 23 Karly Heffernan (19 Catherine Dubois, 17 Catherine Daoust)
03:16 CAN 20 Eden Murray (18 Halli Krzyzaniak, 12 Kristyn Capizzano)
Penalties:
04:10 HUN 15 Reka Dabasi (Tripping)
10:34 HUN 10 Tifani Horvath (Bodychecking)
15:58 CAN 3 Sarah Steele (Tripping)
16:24 CAN 18 Halli Krzyzaniak (Hooking)

CrazyDave
12-30-2012, 12:54 AM
Murray, not carels got the fourth goal.
So noted. I was just going by what was reported on the live scoring, which must have been changed later.

CrazyDave
12-30-2012, 12:33 PM
Early Sunday results:

USA 10, Czech Republic 0 - Goals by Cianfarano (2), Menke (2), Pannek(2), Zarzecki, McKenna, Wolfe, and Wellhausen. Shots were 53-10. Alexis Shaw with the 10-save shutout. Box score at http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324B05_74_3_0.pdf.

Hungary 2, Germany 1, OT - German captain Michelle Lubbert put her team ahead 1-0 in the first period, but Hungary's Bernadett Nemeth tied it up on the power play in the second period. After a scoreless third, Alexandra Huszak scored at the 2:28 mark of overtime to give Hungary their first win in the top division. Shots were 25-17 in favor of the Hungarians. Box score at http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324A06_74_3_0.pdf.

Just completed... Canada 4, Finland 0 - Catherine Dubois had 2 goals, and Emily Clark and Hanna Bunton had one apiece. Kimberly Newell had a 10-save shutout with a shot total of 35-10. Canada went 2-of-7 on the power play. Box score at http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324A07_74_3_0.pdf.

Sweden and Russia still in action with Sweden leading 3-2 in the second period.

CrazyDave
12-30-2012, 01:44 PM
Sweden and Russia still in action with Sweden leading 3-2 in the second period.
Russia came back from two separate 2-goal deficits (2-0 and 4-2) to force overtime, and Yelena Dergachyova scored her second goal of the game at the 4:28 mark of the extra session to defeat Sweden 5-4. Russia got two goals in the final 2:25 of regulation to tie the game 4-4. Shots were 33-25 for Russia. Elin Johansson scored twice for Sweden.

Box score at http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324B08_74_3_0.pdf.

Blackbeard
12-30-2012, 03:57 PM
I don't suppose there's any internet coverage of this tournament, is there?

D2D
12-30-2012, 04:19 PM
I don't suppose there's any internet coverage of this tournament, is there?

http://www.usahockey.com/Womens_U18/World_Championship.aspx

On this page is says "NOTE: Web streaming of games is not available at this time"

Have no idea why this would be...:confused:

Hux
12-30-2012, 09:38 PM
http://www.usahockey.com/Womens_U18/World_Championship.aspx

On this page is says "NOTE: Web streaming of games is not available at this time"

Have no idea why this would be...:confused:

Because (judging by the photos) the rink they are playing in is just that, a rink and not an arena equipped for video and streaming.

D2D
12-30-2012, 11:57 PM
Because (judging by the photos) the rink they are playing in is just that, a rink and not an arena equipped for video and streaming.

Nice, they host the "2013 World Women's Under-18 Championship" in a practice rink? :rolleyes:

Habs
12-31-2012, 02:17 AM
Webstreams can be found from here. 6 euros per game.

http://peliitat.mestistv.fi/peliitat

Vierumaki is our hockey development central place. We have 2 practice rinks there.
Heinola Areena is home rink for 2nd level team Heinolan Peliitat. So that one is not
a practice rink.

CrazyDave
01-01-2013, 11:44 AM
Happy New Year to everyone.

The U.S. and Canada completed their pool play sweeps, got quarterfinal byes, and advanced to Friday's semifinals.

USA 8, Sweden 0 - Sidney Peters gets another 10-save shutout as the Americans outshot the Swedes 57-10. Kate Schipper led the U.S. with 2 goals and an assist. Dani Cameranesi, Taylar Cianfarano, and Jennifer Ryan each had a goal and an assist. Cara Piazza, Megan Wolfe, and Grace Zarzecki also scored. Box score at http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324B09_74_3_0.pdf.

Canada 7, Germany 0 - Canada could have won this one without a goaltender as they held Germany to only 5 shots on goal. Germany's Lena Schuster made 60 saves. Halli Krzyzaniak had 2 goals and an assist, while Ashleigh Brykaliuk, Hanna Bunton, and Hannah Miller each had a goal and an assist. Catherine Daoust and Sarah Nurse also scored. Emily Clark dished out three assists. Box score at http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324A10_74_7_0.pdf.

Finland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Russia are all currently in action.

CrazyDave
01-01-2013, 01:50 PM
Finland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Russia are all currently in action.
Finland 4, Hungary 0 - The Finns used a 3-goal first period to defeat Hungary and get the second position in Pool B. Shots were 29-25 Finland. Emma Nuutinen scored twice, and Anna Kilponen and Suvi Ollikainen had the other two goals. Finnish goaltender Eveliina Suonpaa made 25 saves for the shutout and was named Best Player for Team Finland. Hungary still advances to the playoff round thanks to their win earlier this week against Germany.

Czech Republic 5, Russia 4 - This game had a little of everything. The Czechs took a 2-0 lead, Russia's Anna Shohkina scored twice to tie it 2-2, and Klara Chmelova's second goal put the Czechs back in front 3-2... and that was just the first period. The Czechs went up by two a second time early in the second period, but Russia scored two more goals, the second coming when Shohkina completed her hat trick with a power play tally with 4:50 remaining in regulation. Finally, after the Czechs called a timeout with 2:52 to play, Michaela Pejzlova scored her second goal of the game just 15 seconds later with what proved to be the gamewinner. The win propels the Czech Republic into the playoff round and sends Russia to the relegation round against Germany.

The quarterfinals begin tomorrow (Jan. 2) with Finland vs. the Czech Republic and Sweden vs. Hungary.

CrazyDave
01-02-2013, 09:39 AM
Quarterfinal action...

Sweden 4, Hungary 0 - Four different players scored for Sweden to propel them into the semifinals. Goaltender Minatsu Murase recorded an 11-save shutout as the Swedes outshot the Hungarians 37-11. Hungarian goalie Aniko Nemeth made 33 saves. Box score (http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324313_74_3_0.pdf)

CrazyDave
01-02-2013, 01:46 PM
More quarterfinal action:

Czech Republic 5, Finland 3 - The Finns raced out to a 2-0 lead after just 6 minutes, 19 seconds of play, but the Czechs came back to tie it 2-2 at the end of the first period. After a scoreless second period, the Czechs scored twice in a span of 1:48 to take a 4-2 lead in the third period, then tacked on a fifth goal with 6:17 to play. Finland's Sanni Hakala scored a 6-on-4 power play goal, her second tally of the game, to make it 5-3 with 4:43 remaining, but that was all they could muster. Final shots were 37-24 in favor of the Czech Republic. Goaltender Barbora Dvorakova made 21 saves for the win; Eveliina Suonpaa made 32 saves in the loss. Box score (http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324315_74_3_0.pdf)

Finland will play Hungary in the 5th-place game. The Czechs advance to the semifinals against the U.S. Sweden will face Canada in the semis.


In the relegation round, it was Russia 5, Germany 3 in game 1. The Russians built a 4-0 lead, the Germans came back to cut it to 4-3, but Russia added an empty-net goal right at the end. Box score (http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324514_74_4_0.pdf)

CrazyDave
01-04-2013, 10:36 AM
Semifinal #1:

Canada 7, Sweden 2 - Ashleigh Brykaliuk scored a hat trick as the Canadians advanced to the Gold Medal Game, outshooting the Swedes 47-25. Genevieve Bannon scored the eventual gamewinner, and Catherine Dubois, Kristyn Capizzano, and Kristen Gilmore also had goals. Veronica Hummelgard and Maja Jakobbson lit the lamp for Sweden. Box score (http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324217_74_3_0.pdf)

CrazyDave
01-04-2013, 02:00 PM
Semifinal #2:

USA 10, Czech Republic 0 - And if the score wasn't one-sided enough for you, shots on goal were 76-13. Kate Schipper had 2 goals and 2 assists to lead the Americans, Amy Menke also had a four-point game with a goal and 3 assists, Megan Wolfe and Grace Zarzecki each had a goal and 2 assists, and Jincy Dunne, Kelly Pannek, Cara Piazza, Maliya Rodgers, and Baylee Wellhausen also scored. The U.S. was 4-for-9 on the power play. Box score (http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324219_74_3_0.pdf)

This sets up the expected U.S.-Canada matchup for the gold medal tomorrow. The Czechs and the Swedes will play for the bronze.


In the relegation round, game two... Russia 4, Germany 3, in OT. Germany will get relegated to Division 1 following the two-game sweep. Russia's Yelena Dergachyova scored the power-play gamewinner at the 4:28 mark of overtime. It's surprising that the game got to OT, as the Russians outshot the Germans 46-18, but German goalie Franziska Albl made 42 saves. Box score (http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/324/IHW324518_74_5_0.pdf)