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Old 07-07-2007, 12:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The organising committee of the Spengler Cup today announced the participation of Adler Mannheim(Germany). The committee has also convinced HC Moeller Pardubice (Czech Republic) and HC Salavat Yulaev Ufa (Russia) to play in the tournament, along with Team Canada and hosts HC Davos. With Mannheim and Davos two of the participating teams are their respective country's reigning champion.

The Spengler Cup is the second oldest international ice hockey club team tournament in the world, after the NHL's Stanley Cup playoffs. Participation in the tournament is by invitation only. Team Canada, usually largely made up of Canadians playing in Europe, started participating in 1984 and has won the tournament ten times since then.
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Hockey Canada’s executive vice president Johnny Misley, the general manager for Canada’s entry in the 2007 Spengler Cup, announced on Thursday that Sean Simpson (Brampton, ON) has been named head coach of Team Canada for the 2007 Spengler Cup, which will be held December 26-31 in Davos, Switzerland. The Spengler Cup game schedule will be announced by the Host Committee in the next month.

Simpson, a head coach for EV Zug in the Swiss Elite League, has been an assistant coach with Team Canada at the previous three Spengler Cups, including in 2006 and 2005, when Canada qualified for the championship game.

Jim Koleff (Hamilton, ON), a consultant/scout with the Zurich Lions of the Swiss Elite League, returns as an assistant coach for Canada at the Spengler Cup. As an assistant coach with Team Canada at the 2006 Spengler Cup, Koleff captured a silver medal, and won gold with Canada at the 2002 Spengler Cup.

Doug Gilmour (Kingston, ON), a player development advisor with the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs, will join Simpson and Koleff as an assistant coach in his first coaching capacity internationally. Gilmour, a former NHLer, played 17 games for Team Canada at the international level, including the 1981 World Junior Championship, the 1987 Canada Cup and the 1990 IIHF World Championship. Gilmour also played in 1474 games in the NHL, registering 1414 points.
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Curtis Joseph to play in Spengler Cup

Veteran NHL goaltender Curtis Joseph among the 22 players named Monday to Canada's roster for this year's Spengler Cup tournament in Davos, Switzerland.

"We are extremely pleased to have Curtis back in a Canadian jersey for this year's Spengler Cup," Hockey Canada official Johnny Misley said in a statement. "Curtis is really looking forward to this experience and playing for his country once again."

Goaltender Curtis Joseph played for Team Canada at the 2002 Winter Games.
(Dave Sandford/Getty Images) Joseph, 40, played for the St. Louis Blues, Edmonton Oilers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings and Phoenix Coyotes over 17 NHL seasons.

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SPENGLER CUP 2007 December 26-31


TEAMS

DAVOS


CANADA


HC Möller Pardubice


ADLER MANNHEIM


HC Salavat Yulaev Ufa


SCHEDULE

Dec 26, 2007
Adler Mannheim - HC Davos
Team Canada - HC Möller Pardubice

Dec 27, 2007
Möller Pardubice - Salavat Yualev Ufa
HC Davos - Team Canada

Dec 28,2007
HC Davos - HC Möller Pardubice
Adler Mannheim - Salavat Yualev Ufa

Dec 29, 2007
Salavat Yualev Ufa - Team Canada
HC Möller Pardubice - Adler Mannheim

Dec 30, 2007
Team Canada - Adler Mannheim
Salavat Yualev Ufa - HC Davos

Dec 31, 2007
Final

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HC Davos

30 Leonardo Genoni Goaltender SUI
35 Reto Berra Goaltender SUI

4 Pascal Müller Defence SUI
5 Marc Gianola Defence SUI
12 Andreas Furrer Defence SUI
16 Florian Blatter Defence SUI
17 Gian Marco Crameri Defence SUI
33 Thomas Wellinger Defence SUI
44 Janne Niinimaa Defence SUI
52 Benjamin Winkler Defence SUI
57 Lukas Stoop Defence SUI
78 Jan von Arx Defence SUI

10 Andres Ambuhl Forward SUI
14 Flurin Randegger Forward SUI
19 Alexandre Daigle Forward CAN
23 Mike Maneluk Forward CAN
24 Josef Marha Forward CZE
48 Robin Leblanc Forward SUI
56 Dino Wieser Forward SUI
65 Marc Wieser Forward SUI
79 Michel Riesen Forward SUI
80 Loic Burkhalter Forward SUI
83 Reto von Arx Forward SUI
87 Dario Bürgler Forward SUI
89 Dario Gartmann Forward SUI
92 Jesse Niinimaki Forward FIN
94 Peter Guggisberg Forward SUI

Team Canada

31 Curtis Joseph Goaltender (without club)
33 Wade Flaherty Goaltender (Rockford, AHL)

7 Mark Giordano Defence (Dynamo Moskva, RSL)
16 André Benoit Defence(Tappara Tampere, SM-Liiga)
18 Yannick Tremblay Defence (HC Lugano, NLA)
20 Danny Syvret Defence (Springfield, AHL)
23 Mike Siklenka Defence (Lukko Rauma, SM-Liiga)
41 Curtis Murphy Defence (Langnau Tigers, NLA)
44 Shawn Heins Defence (Fribourg Gottéron, NLA)

9 Domenico Pittis Forward(Kloten Flyers, NLA)
10 Serge Aubin Forward (Genève Servette, NLA)
11 Kirby Law Forward (Genève Servette, NLA)
14 Ramzi Abid Forward (SC Bern, NLA)
17 Hnat Domenichelli Forward (Ambrì-Piotta, NLA)
21 Yves Sarault Forward (EHC Basel, NLA)
22 Dale McTavish Forward (EV Zug, NLA)
24 Jean-Pierre Vigier Forward (Genève Servette, NLA)
25 Jeff Toms Forward (Langnau Tigers, NLA)
28 Marty Murray Forward (HC Lugano, NLA)
39 Travis Green Forward (EV Zug, NLA)
19 Simon Gamache Forward (Toronto, AHL/NHL)

HC Möller Pardubice

35 Alexandr Hylak Goalie
25 Jan Lasak Goalie

7 David Havir Defence
89 Jan Kolar Defence
46 Tomas Linhart Defence
9 Angel Nikolov Defence
24 Ales Pisa Defence
29 Marek Psmyk Defence
28 Jan Snopek Defence
82 Michal Seda Defence
-Jaroslav Koma Defence

94 Jiri Cetkovsky Forward
30 Miroslav Hlinka Forward
26 Michal Kleina Forward
48 Jan Kolar Forward
42 Petr Koukal Forward
73 Zdenek Ondrej Forward
19 Libor Piyko Forward
33 Peter Pucher Forward
61 Daniel Rakos Forward
60 Tomas Rolinek Forward
96 Radovan Somik Forward
23 Jan Stary Forward
37 Petr Sykora Forward
12 Michal Tvrdik Forward
51 Tomas Zohorna Forward

Adler Mannheim

1 Adam Hauser Goaltender USA
31 Ilpo Kauhanen Goaltender GER
80 Robert Müller Goaltender GER

2 Blake Sloan Defence USA
5 Dan McGillis Defence CAN
6 Sven Butenschön Defence GER
7 Pascal Trepanier Defence CAN
8 Francois Bouchard Defence CAN
27 Martin Ancicka Defence GER
34 Benedikt Kohl Defence GER
43 Felix Petermann Defence GER
44 Christopher Fischer Defence GER
78 Stefan Langwieder Defence GER

11 Eduard Lewandowski Forward GER
12 Jason Jaspers Forward CAN
13 Tomas Martinec Forward GER
17 Christoph Ullmann Forward GER
20 René Corbet Forward CAN
22 Colin Forbes Forward CAN
23 Rico Fata Forward CAN
26 Philipp Schlager Forward GER
28 Frank Mauer Forward GER
29 Jeff Shantz Forward CAN
66 Michael Hackert Forward GER
37 Rick Girard Forward GER
40 Francois Methot Forward CAN
57 Ronny Arendt Forward GER
77 Marcus Kink Forward GER

HC Salavat Yulaev Ufa

1 Vadim Tarasov Goaltender RUS
30 Alexander Eremenko Goaltender RUS

30 Milan Hnilicka Defence CZE
45 Andrey Kuteykin Defence RUS
23 Miroslav Blatak Defence CZE
52 Philipp Radek Defence CZE
77 Mikhail Chernov Defence RUS
44 Kirill Koltsov Defence RUS
15 Igor Shcadilov Defence RUS
34 Vitaliy Proshkin Defence UKR
70 Oleg Tverdovskiy Defence UKR
4 Alexander Boykov Defence RUS

51 Igor Volkov Forward RUS
11 Nikolay Zavarukhin Forward RUS
7 Andrey Sidyakin Forward RUS
13 Aleksey Shkotov Forward RUS
14 Dmitry Tarasov Forward RUS
55 Michal Mikeska Forward SLV
35 Vladimir Antipov Forward RUS
28 Konstantin Koltsov Forward RUS
58 Alexey Medvedev Forward RUS
17 Ruslan Nurtdinov Forward RUS
37 Alexander Perezhogin Forward RUS
27 Alexey Tereshcenko Forward UKR
39 Vladimir Vorobyev Forward RUS
21 Igor Grigorenko Forward RUS
25 Stanislav Chistov Forward RUS
26 Andrey Taratukhin Forward RUS
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Old 12-26-2007, 11:37 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Default Spengler Cup Boxscores for Dec 26, 2007

Adler Mannheim - HC Davos 3-2
1-0 Shantz
2-0 Kink (Ancicka)
2-1 Daigle (Von Arx, Riesen) PP
3-1 Corbet
3-2 Riesen (Westrum)
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Team Canada - Pardubice 4-3 SO
0-1 Pivko (Hlinka, Snopek) PP
0-2 Rolinek (Tvrdik) SH
1-2 Jackman(Keller, Sarault)
2-2 Law (Gamache, Jackman) PP
3-2 Vigier (Murphy, Green)
3-3 Tvrdik (Hlinka) PP
4-3 Aubin SOG
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Default Team Canada line-up changes

Hnat Domenichelli and Jeff Toms are not in the line-up for Team Canada both are injured. Ryan Keller and Corey Pecker are in
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dam!!! so close. First the juniors and then this.
poor Pardubice!!! I thought for sure they would shut the game down and go into a 1-4 but i guess canada just outworked them.

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I like the new Shootout rules in the Preliminary round now...they applied the same rule in the World Jr's this year too.
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Pardubice - Salavat Yualev Ufa 0-5
0-1 Pěrežogin (Těreščenko, Volkov)
0-2 Nurtdinov (Kutějkin)
0-3 Kiril Kolcov (Těreščenko, Pěrežogin)
0-4 Proškin (Kiril Kolcov, Taraťuchin)
0-5 Volkov (Tarasov)

HC Davos - Team Canada 2-6
0-1 Siklenka (Aubin) PP
1-1 Maneluk (Crameri, Daigle) PP
2-1 Ambühl (Marha) PP
2-2 Tremblay PP
2-3 Benoit (Sarault, Gamache) PP
2-4 McTavish (Vigier, Heins)
2-5 Keller (Tremblay, Sarault) PP
2-6 Aubin (Murphy)
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