World Cup OF Hockey 2004

the World Cup OF Hockey is an ice hockey - tournament, that in the year 2004 of 30. August up to 14. September for the second time took place. The North American professional league, NHL, as well as the NHL Spielergesellschaft NHLPA organize the tournament together and in co-operation with the international ice hockey federation (IIHF).

The crews were in the North American pool (WELL) as well as the European pool (E) partitioned, the venues were pc. Paul, Montréal, Prague, Stockholm, Toronto and Cologne (Cologne arena). The only play in the Cologne arena was the qualification play Germany - Finland to 2. September 2004.

Table of contents

pools and mode

all teams were automatically qualified for the quarter final, the Vorrunde were thus only a placement round. To the Play Offs there were no replays, which drew winners into the next round and determined according to NHL rules. The final takes place in Toronto.

Germany

has preparation plays with the preparation plays against Tschechien 4:7 (gates for Germany:Christoph thrust ore, Toma Martinec, Marcel Goc, Martin Reichel) and against Finland 2:4 (gates: Yokes) lost Hecht, Christoph thrust ore. Against Russia one reached a 3:3 undecided (gates: 2x Marcel Goc, Christian honour-hope)

Vorrunde

of plays

group of North America

of FR S N U N n.V. Gates Pkt
Canada 3 3 0 0 0 10:3 6
Russia 3 2 1 0 0 9:6 the 4
USA 3 1 2 0 0 5:6 2
Slowakei 3 0 3 0 0 4:13 of 0
  • plays:
    • 31. August: The USA - Canada 1:2 (0: 1, 1:1, 0:0)
      • play place: Montreal
      • of gates: 0:1 (16: 01) Pc. Louis (Thornton, Niedermayer) PP, 0:2 (23: 05) Sakic (Redden, pc. Louis) PP, 1:2 (30: 40) Guerin (Gomez)
    • 1. September: Canada - Slowakei 5:1 (2: 0, 1:0, 2:1)
    • 2. September: The USA - Russia 1:3 (0: 0, 1:1, 0:2)
    • 3. September: The USA - Slowakei 3:1 (2: 1, 0:0, 1:0)
    • 4. September: Canada - Russia 3:1 (0: 0, 2:0, 1:1)
    • 5. September: Russia - Slowakei 5:2 (1: 1, 2:0, 2:1)

European's group

of frames. S N U N n.V. Gates point.
Finland 3 2 0 1 0 11:4 5
Sweden 3 2 0 1 0 13:9 5
Tschechien 3 1 2 0 0 10:10 2
Germany 3 0 3 0 0 4:15 of 0
  • plays:
    • 30. August: Tschechien - Finland 0:4 (0: 1, 0:0, 0:3)
      • play place:
      • Gates: 0:1 (6: 33) Jukka Hentunen (Niko Kapanen), 0:2 (40: 30) Saku Koivu (Jere Lehtinen), 0:3 (44: 56) Niko Kapanen (Sami Salo, Ville Peltonen) PP, 0:4 (51: 09) Mikko Eloranta (Kimmo Timonen, Mikko Koivu)
    • 31.August: Sweden - Germany 5:2 (1: 1, 4:1, 0:0)
      • play place: Stockholm, Globe arena
      • of gates: 1:0 (16: 34) Cross-beam-flow (Näslund, Forsberg) PP, 1:1 (17: 53) Storm UZ, 2:1 (21: 59) Sundin (Alfredsson), 3:1 (27: 26) Johnsson (Alfredsson, Modin) PP, 4:1 (31: 51) Nilson (Sundin, cross-beam-flow), 4:2 (33: 00) Kreutzer (Boos) UZ, 5:2 (36: 25) Modin (Johnsson, Sundin)
    • 1.September: Tschechien - Sweden 3:4 (0: 1, 0:3, 3:0)
      • play place:
      • Gates: 0:1 (11: 49) Fredrik Modin (Mats Sundin), 0:2 (22: 58) Peter Forsberg (Toma's cross-beam stream, Markus Naslund) PP, 0:3 (24: 28) Mattias Ohlund (Daniel Alfredsson, Fredrik Modin) PP, 0:4 (50: 30) Henrik Zetterberg (Kim Johnsson) PP, 1:4 (43: 12) Martin Rucinsky (Martin Havlat), 2:4 (45: 16) Marek Zidlicky (Unassisted), 3:4 (54: 25) Patrik Elias (novel Hamrlik)
    • 2.September: Germany - Finland 0:3 (0: 1, 0:1, 0:1)
      • play place: Cologne arena
      • of gates: 0:1 (10: 47) Kimmo Timonen (Lehtinen, Selanne) PP, 0:2 (31: 27) Teemu Selanne (Timonen, Koivu) PP, 0:3 (55: 38) Jere Lehtinen (Timonen)
    • 3.September: Tschechien - Germany 7:2 (0: 0, 5:0, 2:2)
      • play place:
      • Gates: 1:0 (22: 56) Marek Zidlicky (Straka, Prospal) PP, 2:0 (24: 27) Jiri Slegr (Dopita, Sykora), 3:0 (25: 52) Jaromir Jagr (Prospal), 4:0 (30: 50) Milan Hejduk (Elias) PP, 5:0 (35: 48) Patrik Elias (Havlat), 5:1 (43: 55) Tino Boos (Lewandowski), 6:1 (50: 59) Martin Havlat (Vlasak, Hamrlik), 6:2 (57: 19) Yokes Hecht (Leask), 7:2 (58: 36) Vaclav Prospal (Jagr)
    • 4. September: Sweden - Finland 4:4 (3: 3, 0:1, 1:0)
      • play place:
      • Gates: 0:1 (1: 39) Ville Peltonen (Ruutu, Vaananen), 0:2 (4: 34) Ossi Vaanen (Lydman, Hentunen) PP, 1:2 (12: 27) Fredrik Modin (Unassisted) PP, 1:3 (12: 46) Saku Koivu (Lehtinen, Selanne), 2:3 (17: 24) Eyelid stream (Alfredsson, Sundin) pitchread PP, 3:3 (19: 17) Fredrik Modin (Johnsson), 3:4 (20: 38) Olli Jokinen (Ruutu, Peltonen), 4:4 (59: 15) Toma's getting Rome (Forsberg, Modin)

Play Offs

quarter final

  • group of North America
    • of 8. September (in Toronto): Canada - Slowakei 5:0
    • 7. September (in pc. Paul): Russia - the USA 3:5
  • European's group
    • of 6. September (in Helsinki): Finland - Germany 2:1
    • 7. September (in Stockholm): Sweden - Tschechien 1:6

semi-final

    • 10. September (in pc. Paul): The USA - Finland 1:2
    • 11. September (in Toronto): Canada - Tschechien 4:3 n.V.

final

    • 14. September (in Toronto): Finland - Canada 2:3 (1: 1, 1:1, 0:1)
      • gates: 0:1 (0: 52) Joe Sakic (Mario Lemieux, Eric Brewer), 1:1 (6: 34) Riku Hahl (tonuses Lydman, Aki mountain), 1:2 (23: 15) Scott Niedermayer 1 (Kris Draper, Joe Thornton), 2:2 (39: 00) Tuomo Ruutu (tonuses Lydman), 2:3 (40: 34) Beautiful Doan (Joe Thornton, Adam Foote)


Thus is Canada Worldcupsieger 2004.

point list player GP

G A Pts

PIM

1 Fredrik Modin 4 4 4
8 2 2 Vincent Lecavalier 6 2 5
7 8 3 Keith Tkachuk 5 5 1
6 23 4 Martin Havlat 5 3 3
6 2 5 Kimmo Timonen 6 1 5
6 2 6 Mike Modano 5 0 6
6 0 7 Daniel Alfredsson 4 0 6
6 2 8 Joe Sakic 6 3 3
6 2 9 Milan Hejduk 5 3 2
5 2 10 Patrik Elias 5 3 2
5 10 GP = plays, G =

gates, A = Assists, Pts = points (gates + Assists) completed statistics and honors [work on], PIM = Punishing minutes

of goal keepers

player Mins GA ATM SV%
1 Martin Brodeur 300 5 1,00,961
2 Rick DiPietro 60 1 1,00,941
3 Miikka Kiprusoff 365 9 1,50,939
4 Tommy Salo 60 2 2,00,895
5 Ilja Bryzgalov 180 7 2,34,897
6 Robert ash 238 10 2,53,909
7 Roberto Luongo 64 3 2,82,925
8 of Toma Vokoun 302 15 2,98,881
9 Maxim Sokolov 60 3 3,01,893
10 Olaf Kölzig 180 10 3,34,905

Mins = played minutes, GA = Gegentore, ATM = Gegentorschnitt, SV% = shots held

most valuable player

all star team

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