2016 IIHF Inline Hockey Qualification Europe

The winner of the 2016 IIHF Inline Hockey Qualification Europe qualifies for the 2017 IIHF Inline Hockey World Championship Division I.

Eight countries compete in the qualification event:
Group A: Austria (1), Bulgaria (4), FYR Macedonia (5), Serbia (8)
Group B: Latvia (2), Belgium (3), Israel (6), Turkey (7)

The qualification takes place 22-25 June 2016 in Steindorf, Austria. The groups will be played as round robin during three days followed by classification games. The games will be played according to the official IIHF Inline Rule Book with four periods of 12 minutes.

 


 

 

Schedule, Scores & Highlights

Wednesday, 22 June

14:00

 

Belgium

 - 

Israel

 

6-7 (1-2, 2-3, 1-1, 2-1)

Highlights

Wednesday, 22 June

16:00

Bulgaria

 -

FYR Macedonia

5-11 (0-3, 3-4, 0-3, 2-1)

Highlights

Wednesday, 22 June

18:00

Turkey

 -

Latvia

1-30 (0-12, 0-2, 1-9, 0-7)

Highlights

Wednesday, 22 June

20:00

Serbia

 -

Austria

2-11 (1-3, 0-3, 0-3, 1-2)

Highlights

Thursday, 23 June

14:00

 

Belgium

 - 

Turkey

 

18-2 (2-0, 6-1, 4-1, 6-0)

Highlights

Thursday, 23 June

16:00

Bulgaria

 -

Serbia

4-14 (2-3, 0-2, 1-2, 1-7)

Highlights

Thursday, 23 June

18:00

Latvia

 -

Israel

15-1 (4-0, 5-0, 3-0, 3-1)

Highlights

Thursday, 23 June

20:00

Austria

 -

FYR Macedonia

11-2 (0-0, 4-0, 5-0, 2-2)

Highlights

Friday, 24 June

14:00

 

Israel

 - 

Turkey

 

12-2 (3-0, 4-0, 2-1, 3-1)

Highlights

Friday, 24 June

16:00

FYR Macedonia

 -

Serbia

6-5 (4-1, 0-0, 0-2, 2-2)

Highlights

Friday, 24 June

18:00

Latvia

 -

Belgium

13-4 (2-2, 6-0, 3-0, 2-2)

Highlights

Friday, 24 June

20:00

Austria

 -

Bulgaria

12-0 (4-0, 2-0, 2-0, 4-0)

Highlights

Saturday, 25 June

14:00

 

Bulgaria

 - 

Turkey

 

10-4 (2-2, 2-2, 4-0, 2-0)

Highlights

Saturday, 25 June

16:00

Belgium

 -

Serbia

5-9 (2-1, 0-2, 3-2, 0-4)

Highlights

Saturday, 25 June

18:00

FYR Macedonia

 -

Israel

5-10 (0-5, 1-2, 1-1, 3-2)

Highlights

Saturday, 25 June

20:00

Latvia

 -

Austria

4-2 (0-0, 1-1, 1-0, 2-1)

Highlights

 


 

 

Final Ranking

1.

 

Latvia

2.

 

Austria

3.

 

Israel

4.

 

FYR Macedonia

5.

 

Serbia

6.

 

Belgium

7.

 

Bulgaria

8.

 

Turkey

 


 

 

Standings

 

Group A

1.

Austria

3

3

0

0

0

34-4

9

2.

FYR Macedonia

3

2

0

0

1

19-21

6

3.

Serbia

3

1

0

0

2

21-21

3

4.

Bulgaria

3

0

0

0

3

9-37

0

 

 

 

Group B

1.

Latvia

3

3

0

0

0

58-6

9

2.

Israel

3

2

0

0

1

20-23

6

3.

Belgium

3

1

0

0

2

28-22

3

4.

Turkey

3

0

0

0

3

5-60

0

 

 


 

 

Box Scores

Belgium vs. Israel 6-7 (1-2, 2-3, 1-1, 2-1)

Goals:
01:13 Spektor (Ben Tov, Loginov) 0-1.
02:31 Hetmans (De Smit, Van Oevelen) 1-1.
06:45 Spektor 1-2.
12:29 Spektor (Ben Tov) 1-3.
14:39 Van de Bogaert (Van Looy, Deschuytener, PP) 2-3.
18:29 Spektor 2-4.
21:21 Van der putte (Van Looy, Van de Bogaert) 3-4.
22:00 Spektor (Kafri) 3-5.
26:17 Van de Bogaert (Van Looy) 4-5.
26:33 Spektor (Loginov) 4-6.
39:29 De Smit 5-6.
41:46 Rozenman 5-7.
47:51 Deschuytener (Van Oevelen, Borremans) 6-7.

PIM: 3.0 – 4.5

Belgium:
GK: Maarten Vanthillo, Backup: Ayrton van Hootegem
DE: Thomas Deschuytener, Boris von Patchutka, Kristof van Looy, Amine van der Putte, Thomas de Smit, Florian Hetmans.
FW: Olivier Selvais, Johan Denckens, Ben van de Bogaert, Enrico Loncke, Tom van Oevelen, Chase Ballegeer.

Israel:
GK: Alex Loginov, Backup: Nir Tichon
DE: Ron Vainstein, Ori Kafri, Marek Lebedev, Maxim Buz, Tal Avneri, Bar Jacoby, Daniel Zilber, Gil Tichon.
FW: Ilya Spektor, Itay Ben Tov, Dmitri Cherniak, Dmitri Rozenman, Maor Sherf, Vladislav Nosankov.


Bulgaria vs. FYR Macedonia 5-11 (0-3, 3-4, 0-3, 2-1)

Goals:
03:15 Prokudin (Pejanovikj) 0-1.
07:30 Kos 0-2.
08:57 Prokudin 0-3.
12:18 Deckovski (Stopar, Pejanovikj) 0-4.
13:59 Simshich (Turk, Tashevski) 0-5.
14:58 Muhachev (Giumov) 1-5.
17:22 Prokudin (Anastasov) 1-6.
18:43 Gatchev 2-6.
19:34 Stopar (Pejanovikj) 2-7.
20:33 Cvetanov (Muhachev, Boyadjiev) 3-7.
28:43 Kos (Urbas, Simshich, PP) 3-8.
31:43 Atanasov (Turk, Prokudin) 3-9.
34:26 Pejanovikj (Kos, Atanasov) 3-10.
36:36 Stopar (Simshich, PP) 3-11.
42:52 Boyadjiev (Georgiev) 4-11.
46:49 Georgiev (Semkov, Muhachev, PP) 5-11.

PIM: 3.0 – 4.5

Bulgaria:
GK: Nikola Nikolov (00:00-12:18), Dimitar Dimitrov (12:18-48:00).
DE: Martin Boyadjiev, Cvetan Cvetanov, Bogdan Stefanov, Vasil Batchvarov, Lachezar Giumov.
FW: Stanislav Muhachev, Yanaki Gatchev, Tomislav Georgiev, Kristian Semkov.

FYR Macedonia:
GK: Aleksander Petrov, Backup: Rok Sharlohar.
DE: Boshtjan Kos, Jernej Pejanovikj, Nejc Turk, Rok Simshich, Luka Urbas, Ivica Taskov.
FW: Dimitri Prokudin, Davor Anastasov, Jure Stopar, Stefan Deckovski, Kristijan Tashevski, Vladimir Atanasov, Kristijan Grchevski, Ivan Bachovski.


Turkey vs. Latvia 1-30 (0-12, 0-2, 1-9, 0-7)

Goals:
02:21 Tralmaks (Bullitis, Sisiannikovs) 0-1.
02:58 Prusis 0-2.
03:10 Voicescuks (Razgals) 0-3.
04:10 Razgals (Konisevs, Grauds) 0-4.
04:28 Sisiannikovs (Tralmaks) 0-5.
05:44 Begovs (Prusis, Kurmis) 0-6.
06:52 Kercs (Voicescuks) 0-7.
07:27 Konisevs (Bullitis) 0-8.
09:35 Kercs 0-9.
09:56 Tralmaks (Bullitis) 0-10.
10:13 Sisiannikovs (Konisevs) 0-11.
11:42 Razgals (Grauds) 0-12.
16:12 Bullitis (Grauds, Razgals) 0-13.
22:33 Konisevs (Tralmaks) 0-14.
24:56 Tralmaks (Konisevs, Sisiannikovs) 0-15.
26:18 Tralmaks (Sisiannikovs) 0-16.
26:34 Sallija (Kurmis) 0-17.
27:05 Prusis (Begovs, Kurmis) 0-18.
28:34 Gumus 1-18.
29:27 Tralmaks (Konisevs, Sisiannikovs) 1-19.
30:42 Konisevs (Tralmaks, Voicescuks) 1-20.
30:58 Sallija 1-21.
32:07 Begovs (Prusis) 1-22.
35:38 Konisevs 1-23.
37:54 Razgals (Kercs, Bullitis) 1-24.
39:53 Begovs (Tralmaks) 1-25.
40:19 Prusis (Kurmis) 1-26.
44:25 Voicescuks (Konisevs) 1-27.
45:06 Sisiannikovs (Konisevs) 1-28.
45:48 Razgals (Kercs) 1-29.
47:16 Grauds (Konisevs) 1-30.

PIM: 1.5 – 0.0

Turkey:
GK: Tolga Bozaci (00:00-22:33), Ahmet Dilli (22:33-48:00).
DE: Serkan Gumus, Gokhan Ozturk, Ogun Uzunali, Mete Ozvarol, Kutay Kara.
FW: Ferhat Bakal, Akay Batuhan, Selim Kuntel, Sarp Demirezen, Ibrahim Celep, Yorgo Toprakcioglu, Omer Kars.

Latvia:
GK: Toms Konrads, Backup: Toms Lauskis.
DE: Arturs Sallija, Rustams Begovs, Jorens Grauds, Niks Voicescuks, Vladislavs Konisevs, Janis Bullitis.
FW: Rudolfs Prusis, Edgars Kurmis, Aleksandrs Kercs, Frenks Razgals, Olegs Sisiannikovs, Eduards Tralmaks.


Serbia vs. Austria 2-11 (1-3, 0-3, 0-3, 1-2)

Goals:
01:03 Zwerger (Christoph Draschkowitz, Oberkofler, PP) 0:1.
03:21 Lamp (Schramm, Witting) 0:2.
04:03 Oberkofler 0:3.
04:57 Zwick (Komazec) 1:3.
13:34 Oberkofler (Winzig, Obersteiner, PP) 1:4.
14:20 Lukas Draschkowitz (Niec) 1:5.
17:22 Zwerger (Winzig) 1:6.
25:10 Christoph Draschkowitz (Oberkofler, Obersteiner, PP) 1:7.
31:54 Schramm 1:8.
32:12 Winzig (Oberkofler) 1:9.
37:20 Schramm (Witting, Placek, PP) 1:10.
41:06 Brestovac (Zwick) 2:10.
47:22 Gaffal (Christoph Draschkowitz, Niec) 2:11.

PIM: 10.5 – 4.5

Serbia:
GK: Ivan Belic.
DE: Marko Brkusanin, Vladimir Ljutovac, Uros Aleksic, Uros Brestovac, Vladan Drozdik, Marko Crnoglavac, Aleksandar Kolaric.
FW: Nemanja Nikolic, Lazar Lestaric, Andrej Zwick, Dragan Komazec, Vladimir Vecic, Mirko Djumic.

Austria:
GK: Patrick Machreich, Backup: Paul Mocher.
DE: Kristof Reinthaler, Daniel Oberkofler, Patrick Gaffal, Andre Niec, Georg Waldhauser, Curtis Lamp.
FW: Diethart Winzig, Dominic Zwerger, Christoph Draschkowitz, Lukas Draschkowitz, Marcel Witting, Fabio Schramm, Kevin Placek, Daniel Obersteiner.


Belgium vs. Turkey 18-2 (2-0, 6-1, 4-1, 6-0)

Goals:
02:57 Hetmans (Ballegeer) 1-0.
09:40 Loncke (Hetmans) 2-0.
12:25 Van de Bogaert (Van Looy) 3-0.
14:48 Denckens 4-0.
17:03 Van der Putte (Deschuytener) 5-0.
19:08 Deschuytener (Von Patchutka) 6-0.
20.11 Van Oevelen (Deschuytener) 7-0.
22:25 Hetmans 8-0.
24:20 Bakal (PP) 8-1.
24:40 Denckens (Van Oevelen) 9-1.
25:12 Van Looy (Van der Putte, Van de Bogaert) 10-1.
27:58 Von Patchutka (Van Oevelen) 11-1.
32:33 Gumus (PS) 11-2.
34:29 Borremans (De Smit) 12-2.
36:40 De Smit (Van der Putte) 13-2.
43:09 Deschuytener (Denckens) 14-2.
44:14 Van de Bogaert 15-2.
44:34 Selvais 16-2.
47:04 Von Patchutka (Denckens) 17-2.
47:31 Van de Bogaert (Borremans) 18-2.

PIM: 4.5 – 0.0

Belgium:
GK: Ayrton van Hootegem, Backup: Maarten Vanthillo.
DE: Thomas Deschuytener, Boris von Patchutka, Amine van der Putte, Thomas de Smit, Enrico Loncke, Olivier Selvais, Roy Borremans.
FW: Johan Denckens, Tom van Oevelen, Ben van de Bogaert, Kristof van Looy, Florian Hetmans, Chase Ballegeer.

Turkey:
GK: Ahmet Dilli.
DE: Serkan Gumus, Gokhan Ozturk, Ogun Uzunali, Cevher Aksu, Kutay Kara.
FW: Ferhat Bakal, Akay Batuhan, Selim Kuntel, Sarp Demirezen, Ibrahim Celep, Yorgo Toprakcioglu, Mete Ozvarol.


Bulgaria vs. Serbia 4-14 (2-3, 0-2, 1-2, 1-7)

Goals:
04:11 Kolaric (Djumic) 0-1.
04:52 Lestaric (Brkusanin, Nikolic) 0-2.
06:26 Georgiev (Muhachev) 1-2.
07:52 Brkusanin (Lestaric, SH) 1-3.
08:56 Giumov (Boyadijev) 2-3.
12:24 Drozdik (Lestaric) 2-4.
21:49 Brkusanin (Ljutovac, Lestaric, SH) 2-5.
25:12 Aleksic (Zwick, Brestovac, SH) 2-6.
25:57 Lestaric (Brkusanin, Nikolic) 2-7.
32:29 Muhachev 3-7.
36:53 Gatchev (Muhachev) 4-7.
39:19 Zwick (Brestovac, Aleksic) 4-8.
40:55 Brkusanin (Nikolic) 4-9.
42:17 Zwick (Aleksic, Brestovac) 4-10.
44:12 Ljutovac (Lestaric) 4-11.
46:32 Drozdik (Kolaric, Vecic) 4-12.
47:42 Lestaric (Brkusanin) 4-13.
47:49 Komazec 4-14.

PIM: 6.0 – 10.5

Bulgaria:
GK: Nikola Nikolov (00:00-24:00), Dimitar Dimitrov (24:00-48:00).
DE: Martin Boyadjiev, Cvetan Cvetanov, Bogdan Stefanov, Vasil Batchvarov, Lachezar Giumov.
FW: Stanislav Muhachev, Yanaki Gatchev, Tomislav Georgiev, Kristian Semkov.

Serbia:
GK: Ivan Belic.
DE: Marko Brkusanin, Vladimir Ljutovac, Uros Aleksic, Uros Brestovac, Vladan Drozdik, Marko Crnoglavac, Aleksandar Kolaric.
FW: Nemanja Nikolic, Lazar Lestaric, Andrej Zwick, Dragan Komazec, Vladimir Vecic, Mirko Djumic.


Latvia vs. Israel 15-1 (4-0, 5-0, 3-0, 3-1)

Goals:
05:35 Kurmis 1-0.
08:38 Kercs (Razgals) 2-0.
08:56 Sisiannikovs (Konisevs) 3-0.
09.40 Tralmaks (Sisiannikovs) 4-0.
12:17 Tralmaks (Konisevs, SH) 5-0.
18:11 Begovs (Kurmis) 6-0.
19:44 Bullitis (Kercs, Razgals) 7-0.
22:47 Sallija 8-0.
23:05 Prusis (Sallija) 9-0.
25:42 Prusis (Kurmis, Sallija) 10-0.
31:41 Bullitis 11-0.
34:14 Sallija (Prusis, Begovs) 12-0.
40:09 Spektor (SH) 12-1.
45:37 Kurmis (Prusis) 13-1. 46:52 Prusis (Begovs) 14-1.
47:34 Konisevs (Kercs) 15-1.

PIM: 6.0 – 12.0

Latvia:
GK: Toms Lauskis (00:00-24:00), Toms Konrads (24:00-48:00).
DE: Arturs Sallija, Rustams Begovs, Jorens Grauds, Niks Voicescuks, Vladislavs Konisevs, Janis Bullitis.
FW: Rudolfs Prusis, Edgars Kurmis, Aleksandrs Kercs, Frenks Razgals, Olegs Sisiannikovs, Eduards Tralmaks.

Israel:
GK: Alex Loginov (00:00-38:39), Nir Tichon (38:39-48:00).
DE: Ron Vainstein, Ori Kafri, Marek Lebedev, Maxim Buz, Daniel Zilber, Bar Jacoby, Gil Tichon.
FW: Ilya Spektor, Itay Ben Tov, Dmitri Cherniak, Dmitri Rozenman, Vladislav Nosankov, Maor Sherf.



Austria vs. FYR Macedonia 11-2 (0-0, 4-0, 5-0, 2-2)

Goals:
13:09 Zwerger (Winzig, Oberkofler) 1-0.
18:29 Niec (Gaffal, Christoph Draschkowitz) 2-0.
20:06 Niec (Schramm, Gaffal) 3-0.
23:20 Niec (Winzig, Oberkofler) 4-0.
25:03 Reinthaler (Zwerger, Winzig) 5-0.
25:46 Lukas Draschkowitz (Christoph Draschkowitz, Niec) 6-0.
31:30 Waldhauser (Witting) 7-0.
32:35 Reinthaler (Zwerger, Winzig) 8-0.
34:30 Schramm (Witting, Niec) 9-0.
37:27 Zwerger (Winzig) 10-0.
38:51 Kos (Stopar) 10-1.
40:05 Schramm (Placek, Witting) 11-1.
44:48 Stopar (Kos) 11-2.

PIM: 3.0 – 16.0

Austria:
GK: Patrick Machreich, Backup: Paul Mocher.
DE: Kristof Reinthaler, Daniel Oberkofler, Patrick Gaffal, Andre Niec, Georg Waldhauser.
FW: Diethart Winzig, Dominic Zwerger, Christoph Draschkowitz, Lukas Draschkowitz, Marcel Witting, Fabio Schramm, Kevin Placek.

FYR Macedonia:
GK: Aleksander Petrov (00:00-24:00), Rok Sharlohar (24:00-48:00).
DE: Boshtjan Kos, Jernej Pejanovikj, Nejc Turk, Rok Simshich, Luka Urbas, Ivica Taskov.
FW: Dimitri Prokudin, Davor Anastasov, Jure Stopar, Stefan Deckovski, Kristijan Tashevski, Vladimir Atanasov, Kristijan Grchevski, Ivan Bachovski.


Israel vs. Turkey 12-2 (3-0, 4-0, 2-1, 3-1)

Goals:
00:42 Spektor 1-0.
03:35 Vainstein (Kafri) 2-0.
11:00 Rozenman (Cherniak, Lebedev) 3-0.
12:35 Kafri 4-0.
16:29 Kafri (Ben Tov, Vainstein) 5-0.
20:28 Sherf 6-0.
22:52 Vainstein (Ben Tov, Kafri) 7-0.
28:20 Buz (Cherniak, SH) 8-0.
29:37 Gumus (PP) 8-1.
34:29 Cherniak (Buz, Lebedev) 9-1.
39:21 Gumus (Akay, Uzunali) 9-2.
39:58 Spektor (Vainstein, Ben Tov) 10-2.
43:19 Kafri (Spektor, Ben Tov) 11-2.
45:42 Rozenman (Lebedev, Buz) 12-2.

PIM: 6.0 – 1.5

Israel:
GK: Alex Loginov, Backup: Nir Tichon.
DE: Ron Vainstein, Ori Kafri, Daniel Zilber, Bar Jacoby, Marek Lebedev, Maxim Buz.
FW: Maor Sherf, Itay Ben Tov, Gil Tichon, Vladislav Nosankov, Dmitri Rozenman, Dmitri Cherniak, Ilya Spektor.

Turkey:
GK: Baris Ucele (00:00-15:59), Ahmet Dilli (15:59-48:00).
DE: Serkan Gumus, Gokhan Ozturk, Ogun Uzunali, Mete Ozvarol, Cevher Aksu, Kutay Kara.
FW: Ferhat Bakal, Akay Batuhan, Selim Kuntel, Sarp Demirezen, Ibrahim Celep, Yorgo Toprakcioglu.


FYR Macedonia vs. Serbia 6-5 (4-1, 0-0, 0-2, 2-2)

Goals:
03:42 Kos (SH) 1-0.
05:58 Simshich (Stopar, Pejanovikj) 2-0.
07:48 Deckovski (Turk, Stopar) 3-0.
08:57 Kos (Simshich, Urbas) 4-0.
11:56 Brkusanin (PS) 4-1.
28:44 Djumic 4-2.
30:51 Lestaric (PP) 4-3.
36:52 Brkusanin (Nikolic, Ljutovac, PP) 4-4.
42:00 Brkusanin (Drozdik) 4-5.
43:02 Anastasov (Kos) 5-5.
47:40 Stopar 6-5.

PIM: 13.5 – 35.0

FYR Macedonia:
GK: Aleksander Petrov, Backup: Rok Sharlohar.
DE: Boshtjan Kos, Jernej Pejanovikj, Nejc Turk, Rok Simshich, Luka Urbas, Ivica Taskov.
FW: Dimitri Prokudin, Davor Anastasov, Jure Stopar, Stefan Deckovski, Kristijan Tashevski, Vladimir Atanasov, Kristijan Grchevski, Ivan Bachovski.

Serbia:
GK: Ivan Belic.
DE: Marko Brkusanin, Vladimir Ljutovac, Uros Aleksic, Uros Brestovac, Vladan Drozdik, Marko Crnoglavac, Aleksandar Kolaric.
FW: Nemanja Nikolic, Lazar Lestaric, Andrej Zwick, Dragan Komazec, Mirko Djumic.


Latvia vs. Belgium 13-4 (2-2, 6-0, 3-0, 2-2)

Goals:
03:29 Voicescuks (Sisiannikovs, Tralmaks) 1-0.
05:10 Denckens 1-1.
06:31 Bullitis 2-1.
11:49 Ballegeer (Van de Bogaert) 2-2.
12:44 Kercs (Razgals, Konisevs, PP) 3-2.
15:05 Razgals (Kercs) 4-2.
15:30 Razgals (Grauds) 5-2.
19:07 Kercs (Bullitis) 6-2.
20:35 Kurmis (Prusis, PP) 7-2.
22:29 Kercs (Razgals) 8-2.
29:05 Begovs (Kurmis, Prusis) 9-2.
29:50 Kurmis (Sorokins) 10-2.
32:25 Konisevs (Sisiannikovs, Voicescuks) 11-2.
39:01 Razgals (Konisevs, Bullitis, PP) 12-2.
44:09 Deschuytener (Denckens, SH) 12-3.
44:51 Grauds (Tralmaks, Sisiannikovs) 13-3.
45:13 Hetmans (Ballegeer) 13-4.

PIM: 4.5 – 18.0

Latvia:
GK: Toms Konrads (00:00-24:00), Toms Lauskis (24:00-48:00).
DE: Rustams Begovs, Jorens Grauds, Niks Voicescuks, Vladislavs Konisevs, Janis Bullitis, Olegs Sorokins.
FW: Rudolfs Prusis, Edgars Kurmis, Aleksandrs Kercs, Frenks Razgals, Olegs Sisiannikovs, Eduards Tralmaks.

Belgium:
GK: Ayrton van Hootegem (00:00-24:00), Backup: Maarten Vanthillo (24:00-48:00).
DE: Thomas Deschuytener, Boris von Patchutka, Amine van der Putte, Thomas de Smit, Olivier Selvais, Enrico Loncke, Roy Borremans.
FW: Johan Denckens, Tom van Oevelen, Kristof van Looy, Ben van de Bogaert, Florian Hetmans, Chase Ballegeer.


Austria vs. Bulgaria 12-0 (4-0, 2-0, 2-0, 4-0)

Goals:
06:57 Gaffal (Lukas Draschkowitz, Christoph Draschkowitz) 1-0.
09:42 Reinthaler (Zwerger) 2-0.
09:58 Winzig (Oberkofler, Reinthaler) 3-0.
10:47 Gaffal (Lukas Draschkowitz, Christoph Draschkowitz) 4-0.
14:32 Winzig (Oberkofler, Reinthaler) 5-0.
15:43 Reinthaler (Christoph Draschkowitz) 6-0.
28:56 Lukas Draschkowitz 7-0.
33:05 Reinthaler (Winzig, PP) 8-0.
37:25 Schramm (Witting, Placek) 9-0.
39:22 Zwerger (Winzig, Oberkofler) 10-0.
40:30 Lamp (Gaffal) 11-0.
45:24 Zwerger (Oberkofler, Reinthaler) 12-0.

PIM: 1.5 – 1.5

Austria:
GK: Paul Mocher, Backup: Patrick Machreich.
DE: Daniel Oberkofler, Kristof Reinthaler, Curtis Lamb, Patrick Gaffal, Georg Waldhauser, Marcel Witting.
FW: Diethart Winzig, Dominic Zwerger, Christoph Draschkowitz, Lukas Draschkowitz, Fabio Schramm, Kevin Placek.

Bulgaria:
GK: Nikola Nikolov (00:00-12:00), Dimitar Dimitrov (12:00-36:00), Nikola Nikolov (36:00-48:00).
DE: Martin Boyadjiev, Cvetan Cvetanov, Bogdan Stefanov, Vasil Batchvarov, Lachezar Giumov.
FW: Stanislav Muhachev, Yanaki Gatchev, Tomislav Georgiev, Kristian Semkov.


Bulgaria vs. Turkey 10-4 (2-2, 2-2, 4-0, 2-0)

Goals:
02:41 Gatchev (Cvetanov) 1-0.
03:43 Boyadjiev 2-0.
05:19 Gumus 2-1.
11:55 Ozturk (Batuhan, Bakal, PP) 2-2.
15:45 Gumus (Batuhan) 2-3.
20:49 Semkov 3-3.
22:11 Bakal 3-4.
23:42 Boyadjiev (Cvetanov) 4-4.
27:19 Muhachev (Cvetanov) 5-4.
27:49 Muhachev (Georgiev, Boyadjiev) 6-4.
33:57 Semkov (Stefanov, Muhachev) 7-4.
35:35 Boyadjiev (Semkov) 8-4.
39:27 Muhachev (Georgiev, Cvetanov) 9-4.
41:35 Boyadjiev (Muhachev, Georgiev) 10-4.

PIM: 3.0 – 1.5

Bulgaria:
GK: Dimitar Dimitrov (00:00-24:00), Nikola Nikolov (24:00-48:00).
DE: Martin Boyadjiev, Cvetan Cvetanov, Bogdan Stefanov, Vasil Batchvarov, Lachezar Giumov.
FW: Stanislav Muhachev, Yanaki Gatchev, Tomislav Georgiev, Kristian Semkov.

Turkey:
GK: Baris Ucele (00:00-05:00), Ahmet Dilli (05:00-36:00), Baris Ucele (36:00-48:00).
DE: Serkan Gumus, Gokhan Ozturk, Ogun Uzunali, Mete Ozvarol, Cevher Aksu, Kutay Kara.
FW: Ferhat Bakal, Akay Batuhan, Selim Kuntel, Sarp Demirezen, Ibrahim Celep, Yorgo Toprakcioglu.


Belgium vs. Serbia 5-9 (2-1, 0-2, 3-2, 0-4)

Goals:
01:43 Van de Bogaert (De Smit) 1-0.
07:05 Brestovac (Aleksic, Djumic, PP) 1-1.
09:55 Selvais (Ballegeer) 2-1.
12:56 Lestaric 2-2.
16:39 Brkusanin (PP) 2-3.
24:35 Van de Bogaert (Van Looy, De Smit, PP) 3-3.
25:59 Zwick (Brestovac) 3-4.
30:41 Van de Bogaert (Van Looy, De Smit) 4-4.
32:38 Van Looy 5-4.
34:20 Brkusanin (Ljutovac, Lestaric, PP) 5-5.
36:21 Nikolic 5-6.
42:05 Lestaric (Brkusanin, PP) 5-7.
42:26 Aleksic (Zwick) 5-8.
44:38 Brkusanin (Nikolic, PP) 5-9.

PIM: 7.5 – 9.0

Belgium:
GK: Ayrton van Hootegem, Backup: Maarten Vanthillo.
DE: Thomas Deschuytener, Boris von Patchutka, Amine van der Putte, Thomas de Smit, Olivier Selvais, Enrico Loncke, Roy Borremans.
FW: Johan Denckens, Tom van Oevelen, Kristof van Looy, Ben van de Bogaert, Florian Hetmans, Chase Ballegeer.

Serbia:
GK: Ivan Belic.
DE: Marko Brkusanin, Vladimir Ljutovac, Uros Aleksic, Uros Brestovac, Vladan Drozdik, Marko Crnoglavac, Aleksandar Kolaric.
FW: Nemanja Nikolic, Lazar Lestaric, Andrej Zwick, Dragan Komazec, Mirko Djumic.


FYR Macedonia vs. Israel 5-10 (0-5, 1-2, 1-1, 3-2)

Goals:
06:12 Spektor (Ben Tov, Kafri) 0-1.
06:34 Cherniak (Rozenman) 0-2.
08:48 Kafri (Ben Tov, Vainstein, PP) 0-3.
09:09 Vainstein (Spektor, Ben Tov) 0-4.
10:44 Spektor (Vainstein) 0-5.
12:34 Spektor (Kafri, Vainstein, PP) 0-6.
14:14 Spektor (Kafri, Vainstein) 0-7.
23:44 Prokudin (Turk, Anastasov) 1-7.
33:26 Simshich (Kos, Atanasov, PP) 2-7.
35:18 Cherniak (Lebedev, Rozenman) 2-8.
37:04 Simshich 3-8.
39:15 Ben Tov (Spektor, Kafri) 3-9.
41:09 Simshich (Prokudin, Urbas) 4-9.
46:04 Spektor (SH) 4-10.
47:54 Kos (Turk) 5-10.

PIM: 13.5 – 35.0

FYR Macedonia:
GK: Aleksander Petrov (00:00-10:44), Rok Sharlohar (10:44-48:00).
DE: Boshtjan Kos, Jernej Pejanovikj, Nejc Turk, Rok Simshich, Luka Urbas, Ivica Taskov.
FW: Dimitri Prokudin, Davor Anastasov, Jure Stopar, Stefan Deckovski, Kristijan Tashevski, Vladimir Atanasov, Kristijan Grchevski, Ivan Bachovski.

Israel:
GK: Alex Loginov (00:00-46:20), Nir Tichon (46:20-48:00).
DE: Marek Lebedev, Maxim Buz, Ron Vainstein, Ori Kafri, Daniel Zilber, Bar Jacoby, Gil Tichon.
FW: Dmitri Rozenman, Dmitri Cherniak, Itay Ben Tov, Ilya Spektor, Maor Sherf, Vladislav Nosankov.


Latvia vs. Austria 4-2 (0-0, 1-1, 1-0, 2-1)

Goals:
14:18 Christoph Draschkowitz (Zwerger, Winzig) 0-1.
23:28 Bullitis (Tralmaks) 1-1.
30:53 Razgals (Prusis, PP) 2-1.
38:56 Begovs (Razgals) 3-1.
44:31 Gaffal (Lamp, Oberkofler) 3-2.
44:59 Tralmaks (Razgals, Bullitis) 4-2.

PIM: 7.5 – 3.0

Latvia:
GK: Toms Konrads, Backup: Toms Lauskis.
DE: Arturs Sallija, Rustams Begovs, Jorens Grauds, Niks Voicescuks, Vladislavs Konisevs, Janis Bullitis.
FW: Rudolfs Prusis, Edgars Kurmis, Aleksandrs Kercs, Frenks Razgals, Olegs Sisiannikovs, Eduards Tralmaks.

Austria:
GK: Patrick Machreich, Backup: Paul Mocher.
DE: Kristof Reinthaler, Daniel Oberkofler, Patrick Gaffal, Andre Niec, Georg Waldhauser, Curtis Lamb.
FW: Diethart Winzig, Dominic Zwerger, Christoph Draschkowitz, Lukas Draschkowitz, Marcel Witting, Fabio Schramm, Kevin Placek.


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