scheduled in mid-February. It took place in the town of Valkeakoski in Finland and the teams
really showed a highly skilled play, leaving no doubts that some of the future NHL players
participated here. Concerning the Czech team those players could be Marian Havel, who played
in three different leagues this season (elite midget, elite junior and Div I), sized winger
Robin Kovar or defenseman Ondrej Nemec, both from HC Slovnaft Vsetin junior team. Martin
Vagner, a defenseman from Pardubice, gained some attention with his smart and also hard play
and we can only guess who from this team will be playing for the Under-18 team next season
and who will be a CHL player.
Jarkko Immonen and Valteri Filppula and this game was played like a playoff game. Lots of
defense, almost no mistakes and some checking. Tight defenses and both goaltenders shone
in this event. But it was the Czech goalie who was beaten after Viljanen scored the lonely
goal who turned out to be the game winner. It was at the end of the first period and the
Finns were awarded with a two-man advantage. Viljanen made immediately use of it and scored
the game winning goal. A depressive loss, 1-0.
opening goal very soon into the game and proved that he is a serious 2003 prospect.
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