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NAGANO CUP

by Hockey Manitoba  |  February 8, 2004 12:12 pm

Team Canada dominated most of the territorial play in the first and third period but could not solve the great goaltending of Fukufuji. Canada finished 4th position while Kazakhstan surprised the Russian Team with a 4-1 victory to take home the 2004 Nagano Cup.

2004 Nagano Cup
COUPE Nagano 2004
February 6- 8, 2004

February 8, 2004

GAME SUMMARY
CAN 1 JAPAN 4

1ST PERIOD

1. JAP: SATO M.(Kawaguchi/Miyauchi) 9:28

PENALTIES
JAP Team – Yule (too many men/trop de joueurs) 12:25

2ND PERIOD
2. JAP: YULE (Miwa,Kawaguchi) 7:57
3. CAN: GLOWA (Boulianne/Falloon) 12:38 SH
4. JAP: SATO H. (Sato M./Kon) 18:12

PENALTIES

JAP Sato (high sticking/baton eleve) 4:26
CAN Leach (hooking/accrocher) 11:18
CAN Cassidy (misconduct/mauvaise conduite-10 min) 19:21

3RD PERIOD
5. TOHDA (Yule/Miwa) 13:49

PENALTIES

JAP Kawaguchi (High Stick/ bBaton eleve) 5:15
CAN Moutray (interference/obstruction) 8:47
JAP Iwata (high sticking/baton eleve) 14:47
CAN Low (elbowing/coude) 17:55

SCORE BY PERIOD

Team 1 2 3 OT Total
CAN 0 1 0 1
JAP 1 2 1 4

SHOTS BY PERIOD

Team 1 2 3 OT Total
CAN 16 13 12 41

JAP 9 14 9 32

POWER PLAY

Team Total
CAN 0/5
JAP 0/3

GOALTENDERS
Player
Shots
Saves
CAN – Cameron 32 28
RUS – Fukufuji 41 40

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
CAN – Cameron
RUS – Fukufuji

Referee: Kimmo Hokkanen
Linesmen: Taka Matsuda, Shigekazu Akasaka

Attendance– 3040

Tournament schedule
February 6
14:00 CAN 4 – KAZ 6
18:00 RUS 5 – JPN 1

February 7
12:00 CAN 1 – RUS 11
15:30 KAZ 4 – JPN 4

February 8
12:00 KAZ 4 – RUS 1
15:30 JPN 4 – CAN 1

Team Canada represented by Ile du Chene, Manitoba and 2003 Allan Cup champions started the second game of the tournament with an excellent first period. Well supported by great goaltending from Guy St.Vincent they returned to the dressing room with a scoreless tie after 20 minutes. In the second period, it became too much of a challenge against a very talented team from Amur in the Russian Super league to maintain the level of play. The Russians took over the game with 4 goals in the second frame finishing with an additional 7 in the third period. Team Canada showed great character and passion with respect until the end of the game.

2004 Nagano Cup
COUPE Nagano 2004
February 6- 8, 2004

GAME SUMMARY
CAN 1 RUS 11

1ST PERIOD
No goals

PENALTIES
CAN Sinclair (roughing/rudesse) 00:34
CAN Geekie (roughing/rudesse) 2+2, 00:34
RUS Razin (roughing/rudesse) 00:34
RUS Averkin (roughing/rudesse) 00:34
CAN Sinclair (elbowing/coude) 4:04
CAN St. Vincent (slashing/cingler) 8:30
RUS Karpa (boarding/donner de la bande) 8:51
CAN Moutray (boarding/donner de la bande) 12 :58
RUS Anikeev (interference/obstruction) 17 :52

2ND PERIOD
1. RUS: ANIKEEV(Ioudnidkov) 2:33
2. RUS: KARPA (Razin) 9:19
3. RUS: ANIKEV (unassisted) 18:19
4. RUS: YACHMENEV (Tarassov) 18:53

PENALTIES
CAN Geekie (charging/assault) 7:29
RUS Naumenko (roughing/rudesse) 7:29
RUS Martin (interference/obstruction) 14:57

3RD PERIOD
5. RUS: VASILJEVS (unassisted)
6. RUS: MINAKOV (Panov) 2 :17
7. CAN: MARTENS (unassisted) 7 :02
8. RUS : VASILJEVS (Naumenko/Salnikov) 10 :01
9. RUS : SALNOKOV (Pokitilo) 12 :03
10. RUS : PANOV (unassisted) 12 :44
11. RUS : DULEBENETS (Ioudnikov) 14 :23
12. RUS : NAUMENKO(Iassakov) 15 :03

PENALTIES
CAN Bouliane (knee/genou) 7:29
CAN Sinclair (roughing/rudesse) 2+2, 12:24
CAN Sinclair (misconduct/mauvaise conduite) 12:24
RUS Sryubko (roughing/rudesse) 2+2, 12:24
RUS Sryubko (misconduct/mauvaise conduite) 12:24
CAN Martens (roughing/rudesse) 16:08
RUS Martin (roughing/rudesse) 16:08
CAN Prpic (roughing/rudesse) 17:36

SCORE BY PERIOD

Team 1 2 3 OT Total
CAN 0 0 1 1
RUS 0 4 7 11

SHOTS BY PERIOD

Team 1 2 3 OT Total
CAN 2 7 9 18
RUS 11 13 17 41

POWER PLAY
Team Total
CAN 0/3
RUS 0/6

GOALTENDERS
Player
Shots
Saves
CAN – St.Vincent (42:17 min) 26 20
Cameron (17:43 min) 15 10
RUS – Ram 18 17

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
CAN – Don Malko

Referee: Sergey Khalikov
Linesmen: Taka Matsuda, Takayuki Kayanuma

Attendance – 2139

Tournament schedule
February 6
14:00 CAN 4 – KAZ 6
18:00 RUS 5 – JPN 1

February 7
12:00 CAN 1 – RUS 11
15:30 KAZ – JPN

February 8
12:00 KAZ – RUS
15:30 JPN – CAN

The Ile des Chene Northstars representing Canada dropped their first game in the Nagano Cup 6 – 4 to Kazakstan in a close and difficult contest.

2004 Nagano Cup
COUPE Nagano 2004
February 6- 8, 2004

GAME SUMMARY
CAN 4 KAZ 6

1ST PERIOD
1. KAZ: A. KOMISSAROV (Yessirkenov/Kovalenko) 8:33
2. CAN: PRPIC (Unassisted/sans aide) 13:42
3. KAZ: A. KOMISSAROV (Trochshinskiy) 16:43

PENALTIES
CAN Prpic (Hooking/ accrocher), 3:06
CAN Geekie (Cross Checking/Double-echec) 6:18
KAZ Nevstruyev (interference/obstruction) 18:23

2ND PERIOD
4. KAZ: ALEXANDROV (Polichshuk) 4:40 PP-2
5. CAN: LOW (Glowa) 6:52 PP
6. KAZ: YESSIRKENOV (M. Komissarov) 7:58
7. CAN: LEACH (Martens/Sinclair) 11:55
8. CAN: DESAUTELS (Leach) 17:06 PP

PENALTIES
CAN Moutray (slashing/cingler) 3:43
CAN Desaultes (High Stick/Baton eleve) 3:43
KAZ Mazunin (hooking/accrocher) 6:22
CAN Sinclair (high Stick/baton eleve) 12:38
KAZ Yessirkenov (interference/obstruction) 15:33
KAZ Polichshuk (High stick/baton eleve) 17:21
CAN Glowa (Slashing/cingler) 17:36
CAN Prpic (interference) 19:22

3RD PERIOD
9. KAZ: RIFEL (Polichshuk) 14:27
10. KAZ: ALEXANDROV (unassisted/sans aides) 19:31 EN

PENALTIES
CAN Marcon (cross checking/double-echec) 6:56
KAZ M. Komissarov ( High stick/baton eleve)11:08
KAZ Nevetruyev (tripping) 14:44

SCORE BY PERIOD

Team 1 2 3 OT Total
CAN 1 3 0 4
KAZ 2 2 2 6

SHOTS BY PERIOD

Team 1 2 3 OT Total
CAN 5 6 6 17
KAZ 11 11 14 36

POWER PLAY
Team Total
CAN 2/6
KAZ 1/8

GOALTENDERS
Player Shots Saves
CAN – Cameron 36 30

KAZ – Kolesnik 10 6
Zinovyev 7 7

PLAYERS OF THE GAME
CAN – Rick Desautels
KAZ – A. Komissarov

Referee: Hirokasu, TAKAHASHI
Linesmen: Akira NAMOTO, Nobuo YOSIARA

Attendance – 1019

Comments : After a tentative start where Team Canada showed signs of nervousness the 2004 Allan Cup winner regrouped to come back from behind but unfortunately allowed a late goal in the third period to lose by two goals with an empty netter. Goalie Scott Cameron had a very strong performance facing 36 shots from a very skilled and quick Kazakhstan National Team.

Tournament schedule
February 6
14:00 CAN 4 – KAZ 6
18:00 RUS – JPN

February 7
12:00 CAN – RUS
15:30 KAZ – JPN

February 8
12:00 KAZ – RUS
15:30 JPN – CAN


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