15th World Junior Hockey Championship - Everything Thread

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15th World Junior Hockey Championship - Everything Thread

Postby Fluvannia » Tue Oct 06, 2020 10:47 pm


The Fluvannia Hockey Federation is pleased to welcome the participating teams of the 15th World Junior Hockey Tournament to Fluvannia! The WJHC serves as the first opportunity the legendary skaters of tomorrow have to represent their respective homelands, and we at the FHF are pleased to welcome these Under-20 stars to the Federated Principality to showcase their talent.

This thread will serve as the location for all rosters, roleplay posts, and game results. Any OOC discussion is requested to take place in either the OOC (formerly signups) thread or the International Hockey Discussion Thread. Questions may also be directed to Fluvannia via either in-game TG or Discord.

Participating Nations
Siovanija & Teusland
The Jovannic
Terre Septentrionale
Nova Anglicana
Republic of Dixie
United Osean States
New Waldensia
Neu Engollon
NPC West Florida
Lisander (puppet of Lorenthia)

Group A
Sites 1 & 2: Oshkosh and Appleton
Siovanija & Teusland
United Osean States

Group B
Sites 1 & 2: Rochester
Neu Engollon
New Waldensia
NPC West Florida

Group C
Sites 1 & 2: Charlottesville and Harrisonburg
Terre Septentrionale

Group D
Sites 1 & 2: Scottsville and Palmyra
Royal Kingdom of Quebec
Nova Anglicana
The Jovannic
Republic of Dixie

Roleplay cutoffs will be at 10:00 PM Central Daylight Time (UTC - 5:00) on matchdays.

MD1: Oct. 12 1v8, 2v7 (Site 1), 3v6, 4v5 (Site 2)
MD2: Oct. 13 8v5, 6v4 (Site 1), 7v3, 1v2 (Site 2)
MD3: Oct. 14 2v8, 3v1 (Site 1), 4v7, 5v6 (Site 2)
MD4: Oct. 15 8v6, 7v5 (Site 1), 1v4, 2v3 (Site 2)
---Oct. 16: Break Day---
MD5: Oct. 17 3v8, 4v2 (Site 1), 5v1, 6v7 (Site 2)
MD6: Oct. 18 8v7, 1v6 (Site 1), 2v5, 3v4 (Site 2)
MD7: Oct. 19 4v8, 5v3 (Site 1), 6v2, 7v1 (Site 2)

Tournament Format
During the group stage of play, each win will be worth two points, each draw/tie one point, and each loss zero. Games will be played with a 3-on-3, five-minute sudden-death overtime period, after which if no team has scored the game ends in a tie. The top four teams from each group will advance to the Round of 16, where group winners will be seeds 1-4, second-place teams will be seeds 5-8, etc.

Ties in each group's points standings will be broken using the following criteria, in this order: head-to-head points; goal differential; head-to-head goal differential; goals scored; head-to-head goals scored. These tiebreakers will also be used where necessary to sort teams for seeding in the Round of 16.

During the single-elimination phase of the tournament, games tied at the end of regulation will continue to play 5-on-5, 20-minute sudden-death overtime periods until one team scores. Teams will be re-seeded for each successive round.

The tournament will be scored via xkoranate, using the SQIS Modifiers and no shootouts. Style modifiers, selected by each nation for their own team, may range from -5 to +5, representing a spectrum from very defensive to very aggressive play. Team skill values will be tightly grouped and determined using a combination of WCoH ranking and WJHC 14 performance.

Roleplay posts and rosters will be graded qualitatively, mainly on the basis of creativity. RP bonuses will be cumulative and fairly generous to compensate for those nations who may not have previous WJHC ranking off which to base a skill value.

Those unfamiliar with ice hockey may wish to read the Wikipedia article on the sport.

When posting your roster, please include the following information to help your fellow participants:
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Godmod Injuries to my Players: Yes/No
Godmod Other Events: Yes/No
Style Modifier: (can range from -5 to +5)
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Postby Fluvannia » Tue Oct 06, 2020 10:48 pm


On behalf of the citizens of the Federated Principality of Fluvannia, the Fluvannian Hockey Federation is pleased to welcome the participating national ice hockey teams of the 15th World Junior Hockey Championship! To ensure the enjoyment of all those who have travelled to Fluvannia for this tournament, whether as competitors, officials, spectators, or sightseers, the FHF and the Ministry of the Interior have partnered to release a guide to the nation as a whole, as well as the specific cities that will be hosting games.


The Federated Principality of Fluvannia is a large nation, albeit one populated by only 19.4 million people. Blessed by an abundance of natural resources and a diligent, genial population, Fluvannia boasts one of the best standards of living throughout the Republic of Conservative Nations. A federation of three geographically separate and ethnically diverse regions, Fluvannia was for many years three sovereign nations ruled in personal union by the ancestors of the Crown Prince. Fluvan English is spoken throughout, though spectators in the capital city of Oshkosh and neighboring city of Appleton may notice traces of the Viinebeiko language in what is now the dialect in the Duchy of Winnebago. Similarly, visitors to the Piedmontese coast may notice the Umitaku syllabary as an auxiliary language in many places of business. While the Crown Prince serves as an active executive over the government, his powers are quite limited by the Constitution, as are those of the government over the general population. The House of Delegates and High Council, as the legislative houses, tend to hold the balance of power.

Paying for Things
The unit of currency in Fluvannia is the Mark, often simply written before the amount as M. Marks are issued in coins of 1, 2, and 5, with bills for 10, 20, 50, 100, and 500. Marks are divided into 100 cents, with coins of 1, 5, 10 (the "dess"), and 50c (the "half-crown"). Meals at smaller or fast-food restaurants are usually around M7-10 a person, with more upscale fare generally reaching around M30. A reasonable hotel room will usually cost around M50-70/night, and regular unleaded gasoline is usually in the range of M1.00-1.50/liter. Taxes are included in the listed price, so visitors need not worry about any unpleasant additions to the expected balance at the register.

Getting Around
Those who wish to get out and do a little sightseeing between their team's games may find it prudent to rent a vehicle. Generally speaking, this should prove easy as most foreign driver's licenses are accepted while on a valid visitor's visa. If you choose to do so, take note of three things: Fluvannia drives on the right side of the road; many vehicles here are equipped with manual transmissions, and the speed limits are displayed on signs in two units. Fluvannia recently underwent metrication, and speed limit signs currently have "SPEED" written across the middle, with the upper number showing the limit in miles per hour, and the lower number showing the limit in kilometers per hour. For those who do not wish to mingle with native motorists, all hosting cities have at least one type of mass transit available, including bus routes, taxi service, underground/elevated light rail, and even streetcar lines. Should you desire to travel between urban areas to attend all your team's games, doing so will prove very easy via passenger rail lines, but going from separate region to separate region -- which will be unnecessary until the knockout round -- is usually accomplished by air travel.

As one may expect, ice hockey is among the most popular sports in Fluvannia, and serves as the national winter sport. Played both professionally by the Fluvannia Hockey League and at the collegiate level in the Fluvannia Intercollegiate Athletic Association, evenings from October to April are often spent either at the local arena, or glued to the family television, the channel turned to Arena Sportsnet and the remote hidden exceedingly well. Given the expense associated with playing hockey, especially in warmer parts of the country, a popular variant is broomball, essentially a version played on ice with a ball, less protective gear, and sneakers instead of skates. The warmer months see many Fluvannians enjoying the national summer sport: hurling, sometimes referred to as "the fastest sport on grass". Soccer, baseball, and inline hockey also have noteworthy followings. While not as widely considered to be "sports" in the strictest sense, various motorsports are popular in a nation known in part for its automotive industry. Chief among these are various forms of rally racing on backcountry gravel roads, and Formula W, which uses purpose-built spec racers powered by the aircooled boxer engine from the Windmotor Bubble.

As a nation north of the Equator, this tournament is being held around the earlier weeks of autumn. Oshkosh and Appleton will likely be less warm than the other cities, with temperatures around 55F / 13C. Rochester is expected to be closer to 60F / 16C, and the four Piedmontese host cities will see temperatures around 70F / 21C. It is advised that all visitors dress accordingly, and remember that all host cities are near sizeable bodies of water and thus can experience unexpected weather.

What to Eat
Fluvannian cuisine is a rather eclectic mix that reflects its diverse geography and cultural heritage, as well as the various ethnic groups to have immigrated over the years. Though Fluvannia does not have an official national food or crop, many would likely assert with tongue in cheek that the potato would qualify. From gnocchi to mashed potatoes to poutine, Fluvannians incorporate the spud in numerous ways. Between the potato, other pasta forms, and an assortment of rice dishes -- including the bounty of sushi restaurants in the Umitaku communities on the Piedmontese coast -- do not be dismayed at smaller portion sizes when visiting Fluvannian restaurants, because they will not leave you wanting for seconds. Fluvannians are also known for having a bit of a sweet tooth; so much so that, much like those who only drive Windmotors engaging in friendly banter with loyal Sudatsuyo customers, the debate for supremacy between Furbish cream pie, key lime pie, and lemon merengue pie sees no end in sight.

The national capital, as well as the capital of the Duchy of Winnebago, Oshkosh is among the northernmost capital cities on the planet. While not the largest city in the nation, it holds the crown -- no pun intended -- as the site of various monuments and parks, Foxmouth Palace, the official residence of the Crown Prince, and the Fluvannian Capitol Building.
Arena: FluvannAir Center
FHL Team: Oshkosh Lakers
Capacity: 20,656
Host: Group A Site 1, Round of 16 Game 3, Quarterfinal 2

The largest city in the Duchy of Winnebago, Appleton is a city known for its historic architecture. Not all of that architecture is old however; Appleton is the home of early-20th century architect Richard Taliijesin whose achievements eventually won him recognition as the portrait on the 50 Mark note. On the sports front, Appleton is the home of the Appleton Bears, 2020 winners of the Union Cup, the Championship Trophy of the Fluvannia Hockey League.
Arena: Plexus Garden
FHL Team: Appleton Bears
Capacity: 17,900
Host: Group A Site 2, Round of 16 Game 4

The seat of the County of Monroe, Rochester is Fluvannia's largest city, and the only metropolitan area with two teams in the Fluvannian Hockey League. One of these -- the Tigers, who play in suburban Henrietta -- made the 2020 Union Cup Final, only to squander a 3-1 series lead and lose to Appleton in seven games. Long ago a city of merchants located at the mouth of the Genesee into Lake Ontarijärvi -- not to mention the cultural boundary between the Viinibeiko peoples to the north and the Fluvans and Burgwieser to the south and east -- it has remained as the country's financial capital into the modern era.
Arena: War Memorial Arena (located downtown)
FHL Team: Rochester Royals
Capacity: 20,662
Host Group B Site 1, Round of 16 Game 1, Quarterfinal 1, Semifinal 1, Final

Arena: Ritter Colosseum (located in suburb of Henrietta)
FHL Team: Rochester Tigers
Capacity: 17,400
Host: Group B Site 2, Round of 16 Game 2

The capital of the Duchy of Piedmont, Charlottesville was for several centuries the seat of the royal family. It remains today home to what is arguably the finest institution of higher education in the country, Piedmont University, which also is known for being one of the more successful hockey programs in FIAA history. In part due to the school's presence, Charlottesville is also a city noted as having several advanced industries making it their home, including several software developers and biomedical engineering firms. The local FHL team, the Chargers, made it to the playoffs in 2020, but lost to the Harrisonburg Highlanders in six games in the first round.
Arena: John Paul Jones Arena
FHL Team: Charlottesville Chargers
Capacity: 19,543
Host: Group C Site 1, Round of 16 Game 5, Quarterfinal 3, Semifinal 2

A smaller city compared to most on this list, Harrisonburg is mostly known for one of two things, depending on who is being asked: either as the capital of the Fluvannian skiing scene, or as the home of the country's second-largest automaker, Sudatsuyo. Perfectly tailored to their native habitat, multiple Sudatsuyo models are popular for all sorts of racing -- of various degrees of legality -- up and down the mountain roads of northern Piedmont.
Arena: Sudatsuyo Center
FHL Team: Harrisonburg Highlanders
Capacity: 16,800
Host: Group C Site 2, Round of 16 Game 6

One of Fluvannia's largest port cities, Scottsville was once a town located at the point where the Jacobs River emptied into the Thessian Ocean. Now a port roughly 2 mi / 3 km inland due to silting, "Steelsville" was one of the quickest Fluvannian cities to adapt during the Industrial Revolution, and has remained the heart of the nation's manufacturing industry ever since -- including serving as the home and main factory complex of Fluvannia's largest automaker, Windmotor.
Arena: Ferdinand Hurst Colosseum
FHL Team: Scottsville Pistons
Capacity: 18,387
Host: Group D Site 1, Round of 16 Game 7, Quarterfinal 4

The ancestral hometown of the royal family, Palmyra's surrounding countryside still plays host to the Crown Prince's winter palace. Palmyra is also the unofficial "capital" of the Umitaku community, descendants of a seafaring people that arrived and settled on the Piedmont coast over a thousand years ago. Known for their indelible aesthetic and culinary influences on Fluvannian culture, the Umitaku historically placed great cultural importance on military service, and Palmyra's location fairly near the coast combined with its continued role as the home of the Royal Fluvannian Military Academy has led to Palmyra being the only major Fluvannian city with a majority Umitaku population.
Arena: Rivanna Center
FHL Team: Palmyra Cannons
Capacity: 18,008
Host: Group D Site 2, Round of 16 Game 8
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Postby Nova Anglicana » Thu Oct 08, 2020 3:34 pm

Nova Anglicana U-20 Hockey Roster

Head Coach: Tom Benson
Style Modifier: -1.5
Captain: Tony Abbott
Assistant Captains: Tim Riley, Philippe Marchand

1st Line
RW Cedric Caldwell, 19, St. Stephen's University - a sniper, incredibly fast with a good body
C Tony Abbott, 20, Cape Breton University - Abbott's a phenom in passing, checking, defending, awareness, and smarts, but as a shooter, he leaves something to be desired, the leader of the club
LW Joseph Robinson, 20, Memorial University - Robinson's a burly, aggressive player, expect him to mix it up a little, good shooter

2nd Line
RW Jacques Laflamme, 20, Vinovium Lumberjacks - Laflamme often leaves opponents gasping for breath with his speed, unlikely to be hit, always finding a hole in the opponent's defense
C Christophe Goudard, 20, Universite de Sept-Iles - quick, fast, good skater and passer, will distribute to his two wings
LW Aaron Shelton, 19, Mount Allison University - completes the fast second line, quick with his legs and his shot

3rd Line
RW Clement Freitas, 19, St. Francis Xavier - Freitas is a bit of a wild man, but his upside knows no bounds, could be a great goalscorer
C Pascal Clevenger, 19, St. Stephen's University - Clevenger is supposed to keep his two wild and woolly wings under control, Benson thinks he could be future top-line guy
LW Armand Calderon, 19, Universite de Sept-Iles - an unparalleled athlete, but needs to work on his technical game, prone to fighting more than you'd expect

4th Line
RW Garrett Brock, 18, St. Thomas University - hustles, plays good defense, not afraid to lay a lick, there to wear people out
C Jean-Marc Belanger, 18, Universite de Moncton - passes well, moves well, not a scorer, but has good intangibles
LW Alain Marchand, 18, St. Francis Xavier - small and speedy, tough to keep up with, big part of this hustle line, decent shooter

Pair 1
Philippe Marchand, 20, Universite de Moncton - Marchand is lithe and cat-quick by defensemen standards, excellent awareness, shot-blocking and checking abilities
Stephen Barnett, 19, Memorial University - Barnett is a big body, but not as slow as he looks, has a heavy shot, not afraid to defend his teammates, working on being a leader

Pair 2
Doug Warren, 20, University of King's College - Warren and LaMarche are two of a kind, big hitters and shot-blockers, but not likely to contribute much on the offensive end
Guy LaMarche, 20, Universite de Sept Iles - LaMarche likes to wind up and shoot when he gets the chance, but he's much better off sticking to hitting and defense

Pair 3
Patrick Drake, 19, Dalhousie University - not a big guy, but pretty quick, heads up player with a positive disposition and excellent stick checking abilities
Joshua McBride, 19, University of Reginorum - athletic player, working on bulking up, but hits hard, pretty good shooter for a d-man

Tim Riley, 20, St. Thomas University - Riley is preternaturally athletic, still developing skills wise but a strong netminder
Darren Gordon, 18, St. Stephen's University - supposed to be wise beyond his years, technically sound but still learning

Penalty Lines

Power Play 1: 1st line+Pair 1
Power Play 2: 2nd line+Pair 3
Penalty Kill 1: 1st line+Pair 1
Penalty Kill 2: 3rd line+Pair 2

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following...
Choose My Scorers: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: No
RP Injuries to My Players: No
Godmod Injuries to My Players: No
RP Penalties for My Players: Yes, but limited, this is an ICly disciplined team good on the penalty kill, more likely to be outplayed than commit a bunch of penalites
RP Ejections for My Players: No
Godmod Other Events: No
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Postby Sarzonia » Thu Oct 08, 2020 6:03 pm

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If my opponent RPs first, they may:
Choose my goalscorers: Yes
Injure my players: Yes, but nothing more than missing the rest of the game
Godmod injuries: No
Penalise my players: Within reason. I've mentioned specific players who are prone to penalties. Use that list.
Eject my players: Yes, as long as you eject the same number of your players
Godmod other events: No

Sarzonia Junior Stars

Style modifier: 0

Coach Martin Pelleur, age 49
Pelleur was tapped to manage the Junior Stars based on his work developing the coaching programme for Sarzonian junior hockey. Sarzonia's Incorporated Ice Hockey Federation realises the team would likely be behind the eight ball compared with other teams, so they lean on Pelleur's patience with what they expect to be a lengthy process. Pelleur's pedigree is working with offence.

Assistant Coach Brett Tanguay, Sr. Age 41
The team's defence-minded assistant coach will handle the defencemen and defensive forwards even though his son Brett, Jr. is an offensive forward on the team.

Goaltending Coach Todd Ranford, age 46
Ranford spent four years after his retirement as a goalie working as a studio analyst for Sarzonian Hockey Channel broadcasts, but is itching for a chance to go behind the bench. This is his first coaching experience.

Trainer/Team Physician Clayre Bennett, age 47
Bennett earned a medical degree after her five-year playing career in a women's hockey league in Delaclava ended. She is eager to play her trade with a competitive sport team.

ROSTER (Starters/first line in BOLD)

1 Owen Franks, 20, 6-foot-1, 195 pounds
Franks is a stand up goalie who plays the puck well and can be a weapon when the Stars are shorthanded. He scored a goal into an empty net during a college game last season.
31 Carter Liut, 19, 5-foot-9, 175 pounds
Liut employs a butterfly style and relies heavily on his reflexes to make up for his lack of experience in goal. Needs work on his puck handling skills.
35 Connor Whalen, 20, 5-foot-11, 190 pounds
Tends toward the butterfly style of play. He has some puck handling skills, but is just coming back from an extended absence due to a torn knee ligament.

2 Joel Roessel, 20, 6-foot-1, 205 pounds
Makes up for relative lack of size with agility and a sixth sense of knowing where and when to play the puck. Can deliver terrifying checks.
3 Mike Stevens, 20, 6-foot, 200 pounds
Also not the biggest guy, nut is blindingly fast and reads the situation on ice very well. He has strong chemistry with Roessel.
13 Hunter Abrams, 19, 6-foot-4, 235 pounds
Abrams has the size and just enough speed to deliver powerful checks. He doesn't like getting into fights, but won't hesitate to in order to defend himself or a teammate.
19 Larry Rollins, 18, 6-foot 2, 200 pounds
He doesn't have the size of his defensive partner, but has more speed. They are roommates and get on well, though they are learning to play together.
25 Ashleigh Whitfield, 20, 5-foot-9, 175 pounds
Whitfield has been playing hockey almost her entire life and uses positioning and her ability to read the tendencies of her opponents to overcome her lack of size. She won't hesitate to mix it up in the corner or drop the gloves if necessary.
27 Christian Channing, 20, 6-foot-4, 225 pounds
Another heavy checker and aggressive presence on ice, he is quick to defend Whitfield or any teammate if needed.
36 Cal Isaacs, 20, 6-foot, 205 pounds
He's there to provide depth for the defence and could be an emergency goalie if all three goalies were unable to suit up or play.

Left Winger 10 Josh Evans
, 20 5-foot-11, 175 pounds
He's the guy who plays every shift as if his family's honour depended on it. He's frequently mucking up in the corner scrums and can score on occasion.
Centre 8 George Anderson, 19, 6-foot-1, 195 pounds
He wins faceoff and distributes the puck extremely well and is a key presence on the power play. He can be deceptive with his shot and score goals.
7 Brett Tanguay, Jr., 20, 6-foot-1, 215 pounds
He has skill and power, and fires a blistering shot from the point. The son of the defence-minded assistant coach is as offence-minded as it gets.
12 LW Jamie Preston, 20, 5-foot-8, 170 pounds
He spends a lot of time in the weight room when he isn't focused on hockey. He has some defensive skills and will work shorthanded shifts.
14 C Joyce Bradley, 18, 5-foot-4, 145 pounds
She uses speed and positioning to make up for lack of size. She can pinpoint passes right on the tape of just about any Junior Stars player.
17 RW Nate Tyson, 17, 6-foot-5, 218 pounds
He's an imposing presence, especially on the penalty kill, even though he's as gentle as they come off the ice. He has good puck handling and shooting skills.
18 LW Yves St. Louis, 19, 5-foot-10, 185 pounds
He has a laser of a lefty shot from the point and scored 26 goals in an abbreviated 50-game schedule for his junior league. He's coming off an injury to his hamstring that likely cost him a spot on the first line.
20 C Xavier Healey, 20, 6-foot, 197 pounds
He's likely to be called upon in late game situations in the event the Stars need to win a faceoff in a close match. At the very least, he can provide backup if the main faceoff centre gets kicked out of the dot.
21 RW Alan Wilkins, 19, 6-foot-1, 205 pounds
Wilkins is a regular presence on his team's penalty kill unit and is one of Sarzonia's best defensive forwards.
23 LW Quinn Hadley, 21, 6-foot-4, 225 pounds
Hadley is on the Stars checking line for a reason. He also serves as the team's enforcer and led his league in penalty minutes.
28 C Frank Teague, 19, 6-foot-1, 210 pounds
He is also a checking line player, but more because of his defensive prowess.
29 RW Dave Johns, 18, 6-foot-3, 215 pounds
He's a defensive forward who has surprisingly deft touch with the puck and can be a surprisingly strong threat to score.
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Postby Kelssek » Thu Oct 08, 2020 7:21 pm


Brguljan     Sielski       Mac an Fhilidh
Lemelin I. Miyamoto Hakemi
O'Shea Chandler Hwong
Mueller Rathais Ibanez

McLeod Torche
Bergeron Tabbiani
Bart Loudain

Chris Brguljan (LW) - Internationale
Scott Sielski (C) - Dinamo Lupinissia
Jonathan Mac an Fhilidh (RW) - Kirkenes Dragons
Luke Lemelin (LW) - Colwyn Thunder
Ian Miyamoto (C) - Escadron Dorval
Jeanne Hakemi (RW) - CH Outineau
Rachel O'Shea (LW) - Novonaya Rangers
Fabian Chandler (C) - Kirkenes Rangers
Scott Hwong (RW) - Burnaby Ravens
Aidan Mueller (LW) - Breton Emeralds
Sarah Rathais (C) - Faucons de St-Rémy
Parnell Ibanez (RW) - CH Outineau

Anton McLeod (LD) - Red Star Clayquot
Terence Torche (RD) - Redswyth Union
Oskari Bergeron (LD) - Clayquot Partisans
Andy Tabbiani (RD) - Burnaby Ravens
Mandy Bart (LD) - Kirkenes Dragons
Ben Loudain (RD) - Internationale

Eunan Miyamoto (G) - Escadron Dorval
Alex Black (G) - Olympique Langlois
Miles Lemelin (G) - AS Laneux (on loan from Burnaby Ravens)

Luke Horwath (LD) - Neorvins Wolves
Julie Bray (RD) - Olympique Langlois
Maxime Aumann (LW/RW) - 1949 Beaujoire
Olivier Jokoei (C) - Vickery Vikings

You may choose scorers, RP events, and minor penalties as you wish.
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Postby Neu Engollon » Fri Oct 09, 2020 10:48 am



'The IBEX'

Coaching and Support Staff
Head Coach: Rolf Taranto
Assistant Coach: Salvatore Schellenbach
Head Trainer: Ernst Delevan


The Squad
Line One

G - Klaus Giarmetti (NEDM Academy)
LD - Nils Rulamescu (Liguria University)
RD - Julia Fettermann (Burgunden University)
RW - Pierre Callazzo (Piedmonte University)
LW - Dorian Hetrich (Ticino University)
C - Jean Barbeau (Panoli Maritime University)

Line Two

G - Milo Renstädt (Grisbenden Technology Institute)
LD - Stephane Lateur (Zurich Cantonal University)
RD - Harriette Boscano (Geneva University)
RW - Giacomo LaFleur (Burgunden University)
LW - Olivetta Reinsten (Liguria University)
C - Joaquim Levan (Burgunden University)



HOME ARENA: Wilhelm Tell (Burgunden University) Stadium in Burgunden, ZU (14,670)

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Postby Terre Septentrionale » Fri Oct 09, 2020 2:48 pm

Équipe nationale de hockey des moins de 20 ans de Terre Septentrionale

Reprezentacja Nordycki w Hokej Poniżej 20

Under 20 Northern Land National Hockey Team

Nation Name in French: République de Terre Septentrionale
Nation name in Polish: Rzeczpospolita Polnocna
Nation Name in English Republic of Northern Land
Short Nation names: Terre Septentrionale / Ziemia Polnocna / Northern Land
Trigramme: RTS
Demonym: Septentrional (plural: Septentrionaux)
Nicknames: Nordiques, Reprezentacja Nordycki, Northmen
Team colors at home: Red, white and green shirt with green pants
Team colors on the road: Green, white and red shirt with green pants
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All time record (junior): 3-1

WJHC 14: 3-1 (loss in round of 16 vs Sarzonia)


Head Coach	Françoise Laframboise	56
Ass Coach Zdzislaw Kwiatkowski 48
Ass Coach Jean-Marc Parenteau 51

33 Players Roster:

Note: Once drafted (at 18 years old), Terre Septentrionale players can play professionally. The best ones joins the LSH immediately. the others can play in the Ligue de Hockey de la Côte-Nord (LHCN) with the affiliate club of the team who drafted them. Players with no professional team listed still haven't been drafted and they still play college.

Captain: Carl-Olivier Groleau-Pinard
Alternate: Alex-Olivier Châteauneuf
Alternate: Świętosław Pomerleau-Kozikowski

Num     Pos     Player                  Age     Professional Team               Birthplace                      College                 Drafted
Line 1
17 C Świętosław Pomerleau-Kozikowski 18 Stoczniowiec Trzeszczyn (LSH) Szczytkowice, KZ Rzodkiewnica W-hawks 2027 1.2
93 LW Alex-Olivier Châteauneuf 19 Whalers de Roxboro (LSH) Saint-Louis-du-Ha! Ha!, KA Cataractes de Témisc. 2026 1.2
10 RW Marie-Sarah Laplante-Deschamps 19 North Stars Rzodkiewnica (LSH) Saint-Casimir, CN Géants de R-Lévesque 2026 1.4

Line 2
71 C Agnieszka Straszyńska-Kowalik 19 Stoczniowiec Trzeszczyn (LSH) Krzyz Wielkokaszubski, CA K. Wielko. Crusaders 2026 1.3
67 LW Žiga Kovačevič 18 Avalanche de Val-des-Lacs (LHCN) Krn, KR Podvolovljek Raiders 2027 1.3
70 RW Karolanne Laverdière-Deslongchamps 17 Sainte-Catherine-de-la-J-C, CH Drakkar de B-Ste-Catherine

Line 3
21 C Pier-Olivier Laframboise 19 Avalanche de Val-des-Lacs (LHCN) Oujé-Bougoumou, CN Huskies d'O-Bougoumou 2026 1.8
83 LW Radoslaw Wielkiewicz 19 Ostroszowice Moose (LSH) Trzeszczyn, LU Trzeszczyn Red Raiders 2026 1.6
11 RW Sarah-Lou Têtu 18 Prédateurs de J-Cartier (LHCN) Pointe-aux-Orignaux, KA Frontenacs de Kamour. 2027 1.7

Line 4
95 C Wiesława Mieczkowska 18 Pingouins de Papineauville (LHCN) Kuznica Zdzieszowicka, PO Zdzieszowice Bearcats 2027 1.5
13 LW Urszula Krawcewicz 19 Vukosavljevica Grizzlies (LHCN) Wloszczowa, PO Wloszczowa Steelheads 2026 1.12
14 RW Yan-Cédric Desgagnés 19 Éperviers noirs de Kamouraska (LHCN) Ville Jacques-Cartier, DC C. Cath. de Longueuil 2026 1.14

Defensive Pairing 1
6 LD Carl-Olivier Groleau-Pinard 19 Podvolovljek IceDogs (LSH) L'Ascension-de-Notre-Seigneur, CH Tigres de Portneuf 2026 1.1
2 RD Julie-Anne Labelle-Binette 18 Trzebiegoszcz Bears (LSH) Sainte-Catherine, MT C. Cath. de Longueuil 2027 1.1

Defensive Pairing 2
5 LD Nicolas Bruneau-Gingras 18 Baie-Verte Icemen (LHCN) Sainte-Martine, MT Voltig. de Ste-Julie 2027 1.4
4 RD Jennifer McGrath-Wright 19 Barracuda de Sainte-Julie (LHCN) El Perro, TX EPCC Greyhounds 2026 1.5

Defensive Pairing 3
68 LD Jackson Korczak 19 Prédateurs de J-Cartier (LHCN) Upper Woodstock, SH Woodstock Badgers 2026 1.9
12 RD Wiktoria Andrzejewska 19 Beach City IceDogs (LHCN) Krzczonow, MA Krzczonow Sea Hawks 2026 2.17

38 GK Nikola Sakic 19 Orlik Trzebiegoszcz (LHCN) Otok Ostarijski, DA Vukosavljevica Knights 2026 1.7
34 GK Frédérique Paradis 19 El Perro Growlers (LHCN) Sainte-Élisabeth, HY Foreurs de Yamaska 2026 1.10

19 C Radoslaw Kozlowski 19 Blizzard de Portneuf (LHCN) Kliczkow, SL Ostrzeszow Ducks 2026 1.11
77 C Katerina Kiss 19 Rawdon Admirals (LHCN) Jaszfelsoszentgyörgy, BA Szentgyörgyvöl. Bears 2026 1.13
15 C Anne-Zoé Lacoursière-Bécotte 17 Grand-Saint-Esprit, HY Foreurs de Yamaska
91 LW Nicolas Lessard-Bolduc 19 Naprzod Zdzieszowice (LHCN) Baie-Sainte-Catherine, CH Drakkar de B-Ste-Cat. 2026 1.15
18 LW Olivia Riemenschneider 18 Krzyz Wielkokaszubski Moose (LHCN) Beach City, TX Runaway Bay Y. Jack. 2027 1.10
43 RW Ryan McPhee 18 Rawdon Admirals (LHCN) Shelburne, SH Shelburne Chanticleers 2027 1.6
81 RW Marie-Lou Bourque 19 Szentgyörgyvölgy S. Rabbits (LHCN) Montarville, MT Voltig. de Ste-Julie 2026 1.16
90 LD Mikolaj Kruszkowski 17 Szczuczyn, LU Trzeszczyn Red Raiders
20 LD Cédric Marchand-Belhumeur 18 Blizzard de Portneuf (LHCN) Oujé-Bougoumou, CN Huskies d'O-Bougoumou 2027 1.8
8 RD Kacper Szurowski 19 Baie-Verte Icemen (LHCN) Krzeszowice, PO Zdzieszowice Bearcats 2026 2.18
33 RD Eugeniusz Grabarczyk 18 Vukosavljevica Grizzlies (LHCN) Wloszczowa, PO Wloszczowa Steelheads 2027 1.13
60 GK Aleksandra Nowacka 18 Beach City IceDogs (LHCN) Krzczonow, MA Krzczonow Sea Hawks 2027 1.12
45 GK Zoltan Szirányi 18 Gornik Ostrzeszow (LHCN) Jaszfelsoszentgyörgy, BA Szentgyörgyvöl. Bears 2027 2.18

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Democratic Socialists

Postby Tikariot » Sat Oct 10, 2020 2:48 pm


Coach: Andreas Samuelsson - 48

1st Line
C Sebastian Svedberg - 18 (Ilmarcess Citadel) The focal point of the Snowy Owls, great speed and extremely precise passer. Could have a better scoring touch, but he more than makes up for it with his assists.
LW Anders Strandberg - 17 (Thorncliff Ravens) A sniper that has seen THL time already, very nimble on the skates and with superior stick handling skills.
RW Nicholas Perrier - 17 (Samakar Storm) More physical than the other two, Perrier can make room for other players to push into, not the fastest, but hard and precise shot.

2nd Line
C Gareth McLoughlin - 18 (Avanaroch Avalanche) Despite his young age he exudes calm and confidence, able to rein his wingers in when they get a little too enthusiastic. Decent goal scorer, but can read the game very well.
LW Olavi Simontaival - 18 (Fort Cafragilis Defenders) Another great talent from Viljamark, Simontaival is a natural born scorer. Not the fastest player on the ice, but his laser-precise shots have him in the notebooks of a lot of scouts!
RW Michael van Doren - 20 (Port Rhovanyon Kraken) Quick and agile, van Doren can avoid many hits like this. Has great stick handling and good drive towards the goal.

3rd Line
C Henrik Ågren - 17 (Skarraborg Tundra Thunder) Some say Ågren is wasted on the third line, but that's what happens when you have talents such as Svedberg and McLoughlin ahead of you. He has blazing speed that enables him to get to pucks first and set up behind the opponent's goal to distribute to his wingers.
LW Morgan Bouchard - 19 (Blakefield Razors) Likes to take chances with his shots, which often works great, but has led to some of his team mates complaining about him being selfish.
RW Staffan Kobro - 18 (Dakhara Darkness)

4th Line
C Garth McMahon - 19 (Oriannor Skyhawks) Very physical centre with limited offensive upside, but tremendous presence in defense, trying to stop quick breakaways
LW Stuart Elkinney - 18 (Bul Khungur Blizzard) The fastest and least physical player on the fourth line, he provides the speed and scoring touch his cohorts are lacking.
RW Mark Spruce - 17 (Guillarim Lions) Befitting his name, Spruce is built like a tree, tall and wide. Goals of his are considered a super power, because they are so rare, but he will shut down the opponents with remarkable efficiency.

1st Defensive Line
LD Sakari Mäntylä - 19 (Istafyr Raiders) Hardest shot in the league, has caused injuries before. Has great blocking power and awareness to play the quick pass to the free team mate for a breakaway.
RD Dean Brathwaite - 17 (Peycarh Pumas) Less of a scoring threat, but a defensive monster. Delivers huge, but fair, checks, very secure with the puck.

2nd Defensive Line
LD Christer Törnqvist - 17 (Fort Cafragilis Defenders) Has played winger before, but has been re-trained to defenseman to take advantage of his speed and shotblocking abilities.
RD Mikko Louhivaara - 17 (Ilmarcess Citadel) A heavy hitter if there ever was one, Louhivaara has been likened to a brick wall when it comes to defending. Not the best stickhandler, but has a very heavy shot.

3rd Defensive Line
LD Brian Goodenow - 17 (Morannon Monsters) Fast skater that will try to get the puck off your stick before attempting to check. Needs to bulk up to avoid being shouldered out of the way.
RD Brent Stolarz - 18 (Meshdoy Saints) Surprising offensive upside despite being regarded as shutdown defender. Quick hands help with that.

GK Miska Immonen - 18 (Xanark Frostbite) Classic butterfly tender, very agile with great technique. Still has to work on high pucks.
GK Hampus Gustavsson - 18 (Meshdoy Saints) Great reflexes and will come out of the goal to divert a puck, allows too many deflections, though.

C Vernon Murray - 19 (Fort Viljan Warriors)
C Todd Syret - 19 (Emerald Guard Carathyr)
LW Daniel McLeish - 20 (Morannon Monsters)
LW Frank Blair - 17 (Oriannor Skyhawks)
RW Patrick Vergaert - 20 (Samakar Storm)
RW Patrik Johansson - 18 (Skarraborg Tundra Thunder)
LD Jean-Christophe Monon - 18 (Oriannor Skyhawks)
LD Jani Hytönen - 20 (Meshdoy Saints)
RD Rejean Savard - 18 (Baraldhur Leopards)
RD Aleksi Palmu - 20 (Ravencroft Talons)
GK Erik Arlbrandt - 17 (Ilmarcess Citadel)
GK Ari-Pekka Sirelius - 20 (Fort Viljan Warriors)


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Postby United Osean States » Sat Oct 10, 2020 6:40 pm

Code: Select all
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Godmod injuries: No
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Eject my players: Yes
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United Osean States Jr. Patriots Hockey Team
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Coach: Faron Milkkenin Age: 42

(starting lineups will be bold)
0: Mikail Pavelyuk Age:19
89: Victor Strongter Age:20
71: Al Ensley Age:20

88: Alejandro Pena Jr(A) LW Age:20
26: Eiji Tsukuyomi(C) C Age:18
5: Tyreese Scott RW Age:19

45: Orson Adamson LW Age:20
56: Rick Ford III RW Age:20
9: Johnny Roy(A) C Age:18

58: Gary Classen Age:18
22: Harry Jenkens(A) Age:19

14:Clark Edwards Age:20
79: Silas Dudley(A) Age:20

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Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Ontorisa » Sat Oct 10, 2020 8:03 pm


Head Coach: Pascal Dufont
Coaching Staff: Elim Caskaoe, Jakub Franzosburg, Lukka Koripastor, Grenkard Zaksak
Captain: Takaar Corispan
Assistant Captains: Tomas Xammhosburg, Dominik Lagaend
Jersey Number Name [Position, Specific Position. Height. Weight. Team Played For Outside of WJHC. Play Style. Age.]


#5 Andrej Sakostrophskav [FWD, LW. 5'11", 190 lbs. OUHL - Zazis University. Sniper. 20]
#93 Marjos Radislav [FWD, LW. 6'1", 195 lbs. MJL - Ferginham Kings. Power Forward. 19]
#56 Viktor Augrokkos [FWD, LW. 6'0", 210 lbs. SJL - Deiraa Nationals. Checking Forward. 19]
#71 Dominik Lagaend [FWD, LW. 5'10", 190 lbs. OUHL - Kotorasck University in Tetorosburg. Grinder. 20]

#77 Takaar Corispan [FWD, C. 6'0", 190 lbs. RJJL - Lopirke Vengeance. Two-Way Forward. 19]
#33 Azwaj Sayatamir [FWD, C. 6'0", 195 lbs. RJJL - Calvisburg Zealots. Playmaker. 19]
#21 Emir Czavint [FWD, C. 6'4", 210 lbs. RJJL - Colisaj Black Bears. Playmaker. 18]
#29 Bjorn Marrasgrad [FWD, C. 5'10", 190 lbs. HZE - KALU Tuolauu. Checking Forward. 20]

#19 Lars Thojospan [FWD, RW. 5'9", 180 lbs. HZE - Fronosdrav Super 21. Two-Way Forward. 20]
#63 Mattias Corispan [FWD, RW. 6'2", 200 lbs. RJJL - Rimiuzih Riptides. Two-Way Forward. 17]
#43 Mikael Ethwissen [FWD, RW. 5'10", 190 lbs. RJJL - Colisaj Black Bears. Sniper. 19]
#10 Salis Ollujaytr [FWD, RW. 6'6", 200 lbs. OUHL - Kelixsburg International College. Playmaker. 18]


#3 Tomas Xammhosburg [D, LH. 5'11", 200 lbs. OUHL - Helmstaad College. Playmaking Defenseman. 20]
#81 Ulmar Gradersilium [D, LH. 6'6", 220 lbs. RJJL - Irisgrad Conquistadors. Defensive Defenseman. 19]
#90 Mikko Hazirraien [D, LH. 6'1", 200 lbs. RJJL - Rimiuzih Riptides. Two-Way Defenseman. 18]

#61 Horka Casnavit [D, RH. 6'2", 210 lbs. MJL - Pakaluyer Barbarians. Two-Way Defenseman. 19]
#16 Heja R'tamusk [D, RH. 6'0", 200 lbs. OUHL - Helmstaad College. Offensive Defenseman. 18]
#74 Janos Dry-skauwez [D, RH. 6'0", 190 lbs. SJL - Verida-maska Bears. Stay-at-Home Defenseman. 20]


#30 Alexei Tjolosburg [G. 6'2", 180 lbs. HZE - HC Lopos Greys. 17]
#95 Mattias Vilkinsit [G. 6'4", 195 lbs. RJJL - Poritka Lanterns. 19]

#46 Jakub Yakkorlis [FWD, LW. 5'10", 185 lbs. MJL - Ferginham Kings. Sniper. 17]
#87 Denis Jarmine [FWD, C. 5'11", 190 lbs. OUHL - Yuebec Provincial University. Power Forward. 20]
#98 Olli Quankossen [FWD, RW. 6'1", 190 lbs. RJJL - Irisgrad Conquistadors. Two-Way Forward. 17]

#67 Beja Pokosja [D, LH. 5'9", 200 lbs. OUHL - Tetorosburg Central College. Offensive Defenseman. 18]
#23 Tomas Hankosth [D, RH. 6'1", 195 lbs. SJL - Rwahsa Firestorm. Two-Way Defenseman. 19]

#31 Krug Sadkiska [G. 6'1", 185 lbs. ENHL - Raprisker Saints. 18]


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Postby Siovanija and Teusland » Sat Oct 10, 2020 9:26 pm


Siovanija & Teusland National U20 Hockey Team


Nation Name: United Republics of Siovanija and Teusland
Short Names: Siovanija and Teusland, the United Republics
Demonyms: Siovanijan, Teuslander/Teus
Governing Body: Hockey Siovanija and Teusland
Colours: Blue, gold, white
Anthem: ‘High Mountain Skies’
Highest Junior Leagues: Siovanijan Hockey League (SHL), Teus Major Junior Hockey League (TMJHL)
Nicknames: The Goldhorns
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Coach: Stepan Havel, Borograd Bulls

Stepan Havel has been the coach of the SHL’s Borograd Bulls for a few years now, and in that time has earned a reputation as a strong coach who is able to get the best out of his players, and emphasizes teamwork above all else. It’s allowed the Bulls to be one of the best teams in the SHL for the last for years, and recent results show it: 4 players picked in the first round of the most recent Ehrenliga draft. Only 1 of those players is available to join this team in Fluvannia, but Havel is eager to get to work with this team.

The team features 4 returning players from the team that captured the gold medal at the 14th World Junior Hockey Championship. These players will form the core of the team, however, they will also be joined by other drafted players and some of the top prospects from this year’s upcoming draft. The big-name returning player is defenceman Jaroslav Zevnik, the defenceman who was the only 17 year old on the team at WJHC 14. While last time around, the team was led by its stars like Aleksej Knejz, Evgeni Tomic and Leon Goss, this time there is more of a group dynamic - everyone here is a very capable player. Havel is therefore seen as the perfect choice for this group, as he emphasizes a hardworking, ‘lunch-pail crew’ of a team.

Forward Units

First Forward Line

RW -- Slobodan Zuzek -- 19y/o -- #19 -- Borograd Bulls (Vrnovo Islanders)
C -- Danilo Krusic -- 19y/o -- #9 -- Siovanska Gora Stars (Admirala Pomorie)
LW -- Erik Spahn -- 19y/o -- #16 -- Reinbronn Generals (St. Jakob Saints)

Three Ehrenliga first round draft picks here, and the Goldhorns’ top line is certainly filled with talent. Slobodan Zuzek is an explosive winger who loves to score goals. He’s capable of setting himself up on the right side half boards, and has a cannon of a one-timer. He’s a great power play player as well. Down the middle of the ice is Danilo Krusic, who might just be the most creative player on this team. A little undersized, he’s a great playmaker and should do well on a line with Zuzek. Complementing them is Erik Spahn, the Saints draft choice who has a strong wrist shot. He’s a noted playoff performer at the junior level, and seems to step up in high-pressure situations.

Second Forward Line

RW -- Josef Schneider -- 19y/o -- #73 -- Stelburg Edelweiss (EHC Kosmopolit)
C -- Leopold Buhl -- 19y/o -- #10 -- St. Jakob Jr. Saints (Kaiserhaven Knights)
LW -- Elias Borgen -- 18y/o -- #11 -- Lensbruck Muskies (Draft eligible)

Josef Schneider was the last cut from the team at the 14th WJHC, and he set a reminder on his phone afterwards for every morning: ‘Cut from World Junior team that won gold.’ It served as incredible motivation for Schneider, who led the TMJHL in goals for the rest of the year, and helped him become a top 10 pick in the draft. He’s continued to terrorize TMJHL goalies, and should be one of the top goalscorers at this tournament. Leopold Buhl is a two-way centre who will be served well on this line, the TMJHL’s reigning defensive player of the year pairing with two forward-minded wingers. Elias Borgen is the expected first overall pick in this season’s draft, and the strong playmaking winger will be perfect alongside Schneider.

Third Forward Line

RW -- Vaso Jelenko -- 19y/o -- #14 -- Pomorie Jr. Admirals (Rudar Trkev)
C -- Elias Nalder -- 19y/o -- #36 -- Magesbach Mariners (Teufelsberg Devils)
LW -- Rupert Kieber -- 19y/o -- #23 -- Reinbronn Generals (Pinguine Ternau)

Vaso Jelenko is the only player on this team with some Ehrenliga experience, having spent 7 games at the start of the season on Trkev’s fourth line. He’ll be hoping to bring some of what he learned here, the two-way winger adding a physical presence to the Goldhorns third line. Elias Nalder was the extra forward on the gold medal winning team, this time he gets a line of his own, centreing what appears to be the energy unit. With them is Rupert Kieber, who will be responsible for driving the offence on this line - but can also punish opposing players with his physicality.

Fourth Forward Line

RW -- Frantisek Kraus -- 18y/o -- #22 -- Pomorie Jr. Admirals (Draft eligible)
C -- Luka Potokar -- 19y/o -- #12 -- Piran Pirates (Olympia Borograd)
LW -- Hannes Simson -- 19y/o -- #27 -- Marzig Jr. Wolves (Marzig Wolves)

If the third line is the ‘energy line’, this line might be called the ‘Teus Army knife line’. This line can serve as a defensively-strong unit, another physical line, or a line that might be able to put up some points with limited minutes in the offensive zone. Kraus is one of the top draft prospects this year, and has put up points with the Jr. Admirals, while Potokar is highly-valued by Olympia Borograd for his play in his own zone. Hannes Simson is a tough, physical player good at winning pucks. All of these players are multidimensional, and we could see Stepan Havel deploy them in a variety of situations.

Defence Pairs

First Defence Pairing

D -- Jaroslav Zevnik -- 18y/o -- #2 -- Piran Pirates (Draft eligible)
D -- Andrija Babic -- 19y/o -- #3 -- Stavropol Seagulls (Olympia Borograd)

Two excellent defensemen here, both of whom are returnees from the gold medal winning WJHC 14 team. Jaro Zevnik is seen as the best defenceman in the upcoming Ehrenliga draft, and is well-regarded for his ability to both move the puck well and also play a physical game. Andrija Babic was the seventh D on that team in Stelburg, but he’ll get a chance to shine here. He’s a strong puck-mover who is also a good power play quarterback for this team.

Second Defence Pairing

D -- Emil Seidler -- 19y/o -- #5 -- Giesenau Bearcats (Stelburg Kaisers)
D -- Matko Pirs -- 19y/o -- #4 -- Borograd Bulls (Kapitala Borograd)

Scouts were surprised when Emil Seidler fell all the way to the Stelburg Kaisers’ in last season’s entry draft - one scout saying “He has top 5 talent.” An injury in his draft year, however, saw him slide - and also saw him miss out on the World Juniors in his hometown. This year, however, he’s got a key role to play as a strong, smooth-skating defenceman on this team. Watch for Seidler to be a player who steps up over the course of this tournament. Beside him is Matko Pirs, a player Stepan Havel knows quite well from his time at the Bulls. Pirs is a solid two-way defender, and is also excellent on the penalty kill.

Third Defence Pairing

D -- Klaus Pilez -- 19y/o -- #6 -- Stelburg Edelweiss (Seelowe Marlesee)
D -- Thorsten Wegner -- 19y/o -- #8 -- Marlesee Jr. Sea Lions (Seelowe Marlesee)

The duo of Seelowe Marlesee prospects make up the Goldhorns’ third defence pairing. Klaus Pilez was Marlesee’s first round pick last year, which was somewhat surprising as many scouts had him pinned as a second rounder. Pilez’s best strength is his size, and his ability to lay a big hit. Look out for his slapshot, too - it’s a real cannon from the point if he gets time to unload it. Thorsten Wegner, meanwhile, was the second round pick, and is a smaller, quicker player than his partner. Look for Wegner to join the rush and make smart decisions in the offensive zone, which he has more freedom to do alongside a stay-at-home player like Pilez.

Extra Skaters

C -- Radoslav Kubacek -- 18y/o -- #42 -- Kostinbrod Aces (Draft Eligible)
D -- Vaclav Blazek -- 18y/o -- #24 -- Kostinbrod Aces (Draft Eligible)

Two draft-eligible teammates make up the Goldhorns’ extra skaters this time around. Radoslav Kubacek is an expected top 5 pick in the upcoming Ehrenliga entry draft, he’ll be the 13th forward here and brings a great skillset along with great passing vision. On the back end, Vaclav Blazek is the 7th D - a great puck-mover, and one of the quickest skaters in the SHL, but a little lightweight. Look to see both of these players getting minutes throughout the tournament.


G -- Zmagoslav Drevenzek -- 19y/o -- #31 -- Kostinbrod Aces (Orlovi Stavropol)
G -- Valentin Egger -- 19y/o -- #30 -- Tarnitz Tornadoes (Teufelsberg Devils)
G -- Daniel Kress -- 19y/o -- #41 -- Stahlberg Miners (Stahlberg Steelers)

Zmagoslav Drevenzek, the Orlovi Stavropol draft choice, is the anointed starter here for the Goldhorns. He has been excellent in net for the Aces this season, and was the best goalie in the SHL statistically before departing for training camp. He’s a very athletic goalie who is also strong at playing the puck. Valentin Egger was the third string on the WJHC 14 team, he’ll be the back-up now to Drevenzek. His experiences from last time should have a key role to play on this team, as he will be expected to serve as a major character in the locker room as the backup. Daniel Kress is here as the third choice, unlikely to see any minutes but ready to go if called upon. He’s a very big goalie, good at covering most of the net, but his athleticism suffers a bit for it.

Leadership Group

Captain: Jaroslav Zevnik
Alternates: Slobodan Zuzek, Erik Spahn

It’s always tough to pick captains on international teams - 11 of these players wear a letter for their junior club. Jaro Zevnik, however, stands out as someone who was a key player for the team last edition and will be in an even bigger role this time both on and off the ice. Zuzek and Spahn are both captains of their own clubs, and are very much players who lead by example.

Special Teams

PP1: Spahn - Krusic - Zuzek; Zevnik, Nalder
PP2: Borgen - Buhl - Schneider; Jelenko, Babic

PK1: Simson - Potokar; Seidler - Pirs
PK2: Kieber - Buhl; Pilez - Wagner

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For the World Juniors, the national team will be wearing new jerseys designed by Donnaconan design company Infinite. The new jerseys are very similar to the old, but are a much sleeker look, the ‘Triple Edelweiss’ logo continuing to be front and centre. The writing ‘Siovanija and Teusland’ has been removed, and a black strip added to the bottom of the jerseys. The gold primary uniform will serve as the home jersey for this tournament, with the blue primary uniform serving as the away jersey. “We’re very pleased with the design, and we’d like to thank Infinite for their hard work on these,” said Hockey Siovanija & Teusland in a statement.

Group and Schedule

The Goldhorns have been drawn into Group A of the tournament, alongside some of the top hockey nations in the world. The biggest match here is arguably the clash with Banija, whom the Goldhorns faced in the Semifinal of WJHC 14, and a rival from Southwestern Atlantian Oceania. World Cup of Hockey 39 champs Cassadaigua are in the group as well, they were also semifinalists at WJHC 14 - with Donnacona not returning to the tournament, that’s the gold, bronze and 4th place finishers from Stelburg/St. Jakob in the group. Other strong hockey nations in the group include Kelssek, who hosted WCoH 39, and Lorenthia, who the Goldhorns faced at the senior level in WCoH 38’s Round of 16. Hosts Fluvannia will also provide a difficult challenge, there will certainly be energy in that game as the hosts look to make a big splash. The group is rounded out by international hockey newcomers Sylestone and United Osean States.

MD1: Siovanija & Teusland vs Sylestone
MD2: Cassadaigua vs Siovanija & Teusland
MD3: Siovanija & Teusland vs United Osean States
MD4: Siovanija & Teusland vs Banija
MD5: Fluvannia vs Siovanija & Teusland
MD6: Siovanija & Teusland vs Kelssek
MD7: Lorenthia vs Siovanija & Teusland

There’s expected to be a huge number of Goldhorns fans travelling to Fluvannia for the tournament, to cheer on their Goldhorns as they look to defend the gold medal won in Stelburg. We’ll continue to bring full coverage as the puck drops on the 15th World Junior Hockey Championship!
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Postby Sylestone » Sat Oct 10, 2020 9:53 pm

Apologies, my ice hockey knowledge is quite thin so not much of a roster. Hopefully, it's still something to work off, though.

Henry Baker M - 18
Millicent Struva F - 16
Barbara Conner F - 18
May Perry F - 17
Charlotte Thomas F - 14
Max Hanson M - 15
Peter Longbridge M - 18
Mason Middlebury M - 17

Euan Reeves M - 18
Lachlan White M - 18
Shavil Shah M - 18
Evan Morton M - 17
Katherine Martin F - 17
Anne Jenkins - 18

Jemimah Rajah F - 16
Matthew Appleby M - 17
Georgia Clay F - 17


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Postby Fluvannia » Sun Oct 11, 2020 1:07 am


Sunday, October 11, 2020
1.50 Mark


The 15th World Junior Hockey Championship will get underway tomorrow in eight cities around the country, with the best under-20 players various hockey-playing nations from around the multiverse have to offer. Our own Fluvannian Hockey Federation submitted a bid to host, and as it was accepted, these stars of tomorrow will be coming to our shores to demonstrate their craft. 32 teams will participate, and it is safe to presume that in particular one of them will be feeling the pressure. The Fluvannian junior team has some course-correcting to do -- not only did they fall a single goal short of advancing to the single-elimination round in WJHC 14, they also must do whatever they can to ease the pain brought on from seeing the senior squad come up a single win short of advancing at the 40th World Cup of Hockey. While that particular result is not their responsibility, three consecutive counts of "close, but no cigar" across both levels of international hockey -- the most recent coming on home soil -- may be too much for the populace to bear at what is by a wide margin the sport at which our citizens exhibit the most talent.

If advancing to the single-elimination stage is their goal, then they have their work cut out for them. The main drawback of being the host team is that it often puts you in a group with the toughest competition, and this particular tournament is no exception. The Cubs have slotted in to Group A, and boy -- what a group. Most noticeable would be Siovanija and Teusland, who are the reigning champions of this event and also happen to be the reigning champions at the senior level to boot. Cassadaigua, most recent bronze-medal winners at the WJHC. Banija and Kelssek, mainstays of the international hockey circuit's upper crust -- the former being the team who lost the bronze to Cassadaigua. Yes, we may also share a group with several nations who are new to the junior hockey scene, but our own debut at the WJHC saw the Cubs a single goal from crashing the Round of 16, so it would always be most wise to treat each team as an equal obstacle to the next.

That all said, there are also a few things working in the Cubs' favor, most of them stemming from their role as hosts. They will be able to play games in front of crowds of their own very passionate fans. They will not have any large bouts of travel before the tournament starts, and will suffer from no jet lag as a result. They will be accustomed to the climate for this time of year, as they are not leaving that with which they are most familiar. The food they eat will be familiar to them. They will suffer no culture shock, no nagging sensations of homesickness. While most players talented enough to crack an international roster are capable of buckling down and doing what it is they arrived to do, it should be noted that these players are still but teenagers, young adults; such homesick feelings may prove more difficult for them to process than for their elders.

For those fans interested in supporting their young representatives on this most accessible of international stages, it should be noted that Group A will be playing their games in Oshkosh and Appleton. Namely, they will be in Appleton on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday the 18th, and in Oshkosh on Tuesday, Saturday, and Monday the 19th.


## Name                   Pos.          Hometown
26 Andrew Harris Center Charlottesville
14 Bernard Cook Center Scottsville
95 Teimo Peräjärvi (A) Center Kaukauna
19 Reiji Narusomo Center Cherry Cove
13 Curtis Morris Left Wing Carysbrook
12 Preston Sihvola Left Wing Omro
7 Itsuo Makihara Left Wing Palmyra
66 Bryan Wilkins Left Wing Rochester
97 Barry Flowers (C) Right Wing Green Bay
44 Dennis Martau Right Wing Harrisonburg
51 Duane Osborne Right Wing Brighton
72 Irving Dixon Right Wing Ruckersville
4 Claus Floretz Defense Lechstenstadt
47 Will Malone Defense Oshkosh
55 Jeremiah Ellis Defense Manitowoc
33 Caleb Gill (A) Defense Palmyra
25 Iehira Tanaka Defense Palmyra
77 Johannes Rojola Defense Yttilä
30 Cody Pearson Goaltender Scottsville
40 Willy Bränt Goaltender Harrisonburg

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Traditionally, Fluvannian hockey teams both wear "color" jerseys unless both clash, in which case the home team wears a white alternate.

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Postby -Anthor- » Sun Oct 11, 2020 3:14 pm

The Anthoran National U21 Ice Hockey Team

Nickname: the Wardens
Head Coach: Hugo McClelland
Assistant Coach: Fabien Daniellson
Team Colours: Maroon, Deep Blue
Style Modifier: +2

Annual Introduction:

With the second version of the revived World Junior Hockey Championship, the Ministry of Sports and the Anthoran Ice Hockey Federation have announced a joint decision to send a team of representatives each edition, beginning with this one. The announcement was made at the conclusion of the first revival, the 14th edition, in anticipation for it's successor tournament and also to give time for the various staff and training to occur. AIHF President Valois announced that he has hired Hugo McClelland, former star winger for the Kervegeun HC side, as the head coach for the team, which has been nicknamed the Wardens in honor of an old pro-amateur collegiate level team from some decades ago within Anthor. McClelland was known for his commanding presence on the ice and offensive prowess, taking home a brace of MVP titles during his career and some playoff accolades, he elected to hire on Fabien Daniellson formerly an AC on the Ancinnes Rangers as his assistant coach. Both individuals have become known throughout the informal and often disorganized amateur scene in Anthor as quality developmental-focused coaches.

Initially, McClelland pushed for only players who had not yet been drafted into the AIHF to be allowed in the selection process, however a Ministry of Sport directive and policy prevents such a distinction and thus any player in Anthor under the age of 21 is eligible for selection. Regardless of this, McClelland publicly went on record that he would try to give priority to undrafted players, as he viewed this as the best chance for them to display their skills, further train on areas that need development and potentially raise their draft stock or even get them into the attention for the draft. Only three professional players ended up being selected, Joel Brenton of Anciness, Kenneth Ewart of the Pioneers and Rio Ferdinand of Yarmouth, although Rio is still a bench prospect who hasn't gotten many minutes all though both Kenneth and Joel have played very, very well so far in the current season, both received a number of All-Star votes though they did not win an official nod.

The remainder of the players come from the informally organized amateur and youth leagues across Anthor, with a few highlights though not many are known very well in the media due to the disorganized nature of the youth and amateur scene; there have long been talks of resurrecting an official organization under the Federation, the last one having run from 523 AL till 587 AL before the Federation shut it down to shift the funding elsewhere (namely into funding southern expansions) and it has long been missed, particularly in the north. Perhaps a strong performance here could help spark further discussion in favor?



No. Name Age Position Club/Team
1 Kenneth Ewart 19 G(S) Aviemore Pioneers
30 Jacob Brigham 17 G Drummore High School


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02 Rio Ferdinand 19 LD Yarmouth Ducks
08 Ewan Tholvil 19 RD Malengar College

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09 Hugh Vrari 17 LD South Melblair High
05 Joel Brenton (A) 21 RD Ancinnes Rangers

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06 Brendon Caulfield 16 LD Glenn Steffonssen High
03 Gilbert Kristoffersen 19 RD University of Akerdalr


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11 Algar Kasen 17 LW Florence Ormond High
12 Kaj Ellar Matters (C) 17 C Avon Knights
23 Bhaltair Cameron 20 RW University of Akerdalr

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24 Louis Beck 19 LW Colbeg AC
18 Pàdraig Robertson 19 C Falenbeg AHC
19 Lucien Douglas (A) 20 RW University of Akerdalr

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10 Horace Clayton 16 LW East Dalvar High
13 Troy Kynaston 17 C Lord Shug High
39 Micah Mallinson 21 RW Kerveguen HC

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14 Angus Uilleam 19 RW Invertye College
18 Kjetil Grover 16 C Pancras High
22 Duane Crofton 17 LW South Inchblane High

No. Name Age Position Club
43 David North 18 C Bendarkeld High
45 Iain Meade 17 W/C Steinalkir High
49 Yanis Brand 16 D Viscount Peyton High School
53 Cyril Seamussen 19 D Colbeg AC

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Postby Sarzonia » Sun Oct 11, 2020 4:26 pm

The Sarzonian Under 20 national hockey team hopes that its debut appearance in the previous World Junior Hockey Championship will provide momentum for the current 15th edition.

The Junior Stars managed to slip out of a brutally difficult group called the group of death by hockey prognosticators with a 1-0-2 record and face a Terre Septentrionale side that was a dominant group winner and unbeaten and undrawn at 3-0-0.

The Junior Stars rode a dominant performance by Brett Tanguay, Jr en route to a 5-1 rout over the Nordiques and a second round battle against the top seeded host nation. Donnaconan media named Tanguay the player of the tournament by a wide margin, but Tanguay said the team's quarterfinals defeat would only make them even hungrier.

"We had a great couple of weeks of training and we want to prove to ourselves and the hockey world that we are a team to be reckoned with," he said.

Sarzonia will face the Nordiques again, this time as members of the same qualifying group. Goaltender Owen Franks said he's expecting the Nordiques to be fired up to seek revenge for the surprising beatdown at the hands of the debutant Junior Stars.

"They're going to be champing at the bit to get after us," Franks said. "We handed them their asses, so they're gonna want to prove something to us." Sarzonia will also face Savojarna, Graintfjall, Kohnhead, Elejamie, Tikariot, and Susuvi. However, it's Matchday 4 against the Nordiques that will provide the most intriguing storyline.

"That match has the making of a rivalry," manager Martin Pelleur said. "We have to make sure we're focused on Elejamie for Matchday 1 and all our opponents when we face them, but that match against the Nordiques is going to be circled on a lot of calendars."
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Postby Tikariot » Mon Oct 12, 2020 7:49 am


Anders Sturesson: Good morning ladies and gentlemen of the press and thank you for attending our press conference concerning the 15th World Junior Hockey Championship. My name is Anders Sturesson and I will take your questions after.

The Tikariot Hockey Federation herewith announces the participation of the THF U-21 national team at the 15th World Junior Hockey Championship held in Fluvannia.
It is the first time a Tikariotian team will participate in a hockey event such as this and in an attempt to establish junior hockey as a viable alternative to other sports such as football, the THF commits to the fullest support to the young athletes in their first overseas tournament.

Our coach Andreas Samuelsson has nominated 32 of Tikariot's finest youth players in an attempt to measure the strength of our players against the world's elite. We have been drawn into Group C with Savojarna, Terre Septentrionale, Sarzonia, Graintfjall, Kohnhead, Elejamie and Susuvi and while we are aware of the strength and reputation of these nations, we are positive that we will be able to have a successful tournament.

I will take questions now. Yes, you over there with the weird hat.

Glenora Morgan, Saevaroy Sun. Do you think that our team will be able to reach the knock-out stages, as you are talking about a successful tournament?

Anders Sturesson: I did not say that we were going to reach the knock-out stages--

So your confidence in our team is not that great.

Anders Sturesson: I did not say that either. For something to be a successful tournament it does not necessarily have to be a win. Sure, we would be more than happy, but given the very competitive nature of the World Junior Hockey Championship we cannot expect anything. It will be a great learning experience for our young playres to be able to compete with the best of the best in their age group and any win - of games, not necessarily the tournament - will be deemed a success.

Mikael Forsgren, Fort Viljan Courier. It looks like there is no sport we can escape Græntfjall‌ and our record against them is negative in each and every one of them. Are they like the boogeyman of Tikariotian sports?

Anders Sturesson: (chuckles) It almost looks like it, yes, but we will not let that influence us, in the end they are just an opponent like everybody else.

Mohamed Bin Wadani, Alcassar Observer. Will the outcome of this tournament influence if Tikariot will continue to pursue junior hockey?

Anders Sturesson: We started this team to support children taking up hockey and continuing to grow into it, so no, it will not influence it. Other than any successes actually increasing the interest in it.

OK, that's all the time we have for today, thank you for attenting and hopefully we will be able to host more of these soon!
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Postby Ontorisa » Mon Oct 12, 2020 8:30 am

With the upcoming 97th OJL Entry Draft, numerous Ontorisan scouts have been spotted at the WJHC.
Mattias Corispan highlights the number of draft-eligible Ontorisans participating in the tournament. However, with a greater need for foreign talent, don't expect for scouts to be focusing on this skilled forward.

SCOTTSVILLE - The OJL is easily one of the most prestigious and valuable leagues in the hockey world. Despite an ongoing dispute between the World Cup of Hockey Federation and the OJL surrounding the participation of OJL players in the WCoH, the league has retained its value.

The World Junior Hockey Championships is one of the few events where the top prospects from Ontorisa can compete against foreigners, but it also highlights where foreign players can shine and potentially be signed or drafted depending on their eligibility. While domestic Isles players receive a considerable amount of attention, the OJL has recently put forward incentives for teams to be riskier with their drafting in order to increase the diversity of the league. These incentives have reportedly included small amounts of financial incentives as well as unmentioned others. There has been criticism that this would jeopardize the whole point of the draft, which is to select prospects based on their skill and potential, not because the league has given money to teams to draft foreigners.

Drama aside, scouts have flocked to the nation of Fluvannia in order to observe the tournament. The Big Four, Kelixsburg Legionnaires, Calvisburg Guardians, Tetorosburg Titans, and Recolosburg Tridents, have reportedly sent as many as eight scouts each to make sure no coverage of the games are missed. Once again, with the upcoming OJL Entry Draft, all eyes have shifted towards the tournament.

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This is Abanhfleft's eighth time participating in World Junior Hockey Championships. New team, who dis?

Nation name
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Demonym: Fleftic
Team colors: Blue, orange, and green
Style modifier: +1.5
Head coach: Kadeen Daeb (Sultanate of Oontaz, 50 y/o)

Goaltender: Eli Javier (18 y/o)

1st Defensive Pair:
Manny Tugonon (17 y/o)
Garrett Roa (20 y/o, captain)

2nd Defensive Pair:
Ben Lavares (18 y/o)
Segundo Matias (19 y/o)

3rd Defensive Pair:
Jaime Lopez (16 y/o)
Gabriel Agbayani (17 y/o)

1st Offensive Line:
Timothy Maranan (18 y/o)
Luke Relleve (19 y/o)
Rocco Gatchalian (17 y/o)

2nd Offensive Line:
Matthew Howard (19 y/o)
Sean Duncan (18 y/o)
Sam Hayes (20 y/o)

3rd Offensive Line:
George Lawrence (21 y/o)
Billy Smith (19 y/o)
Alexander Boyle (18 y/o)

4th Offensive Line:
Waylon Guzman (18 y/o)
Marshall Avery (18 y/o)
Zavier Blair (21 y/o)

Randy Riddle (18 y/o, goaltender)
Alan Gillespie (17 y/o, defense)
Conor Wagner (20 y/o, defense)
Francisco Boone (21 y/o, defense)
Jermaine Hubbard (16 y/o, defense)
Emmett Chase (18 y/o, defense)
Horace Dixon (16 y/o, defense)
Mitchell Walsh (18 y/o, offense)
Jerrod Greene (20 y/o, offense)
Porfirio Gray (21 y/o, offense)
Ramon Jacobs (20 y/o, offense)
Larry Huffman (19 y/o, offense)
Grady Bishop (17 y/o, offense)

Anything except killing my players is fair game.
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Postby Elejamie » Mon Oct 12, 2020 11:00 am

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Elejamian national junior men's ice hockey team
Selección sub-20 de hockey sobre hielo de Elejamia
Elejam unade-20 men ishoci tim

Nickname: Junior Ice-a-phants
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Despite being a warm Pacific Island nation, not only is ice hockey the most popular sport in Elejamie, followed by football/soccer (both are acceptable in Elejamie) and rugby [union], but they've also been quite a considerable force in it.The men's national side was a dominant side that won three World Cups of Hockey (29, 31 and 35), finished runners-up twice (30 and 32), finished third twice (28 and 37) and finished fourth once (34); however, this dominant streak would be cut short following their group stage exit at the 38th edition that also saw the EIHB withdraw from the World Cup of Hockey Federation due to some controversial goings on during that tournament. A B-team was assembled for the 12th Winter Olympics, where they not only won the gold medal (something the A-team would fail to achieve when they gave it a try the following contest) but there was also the whirlwind romance between third line right defenceman Jay Bailey and Kelly Morgenstern, a skier from Mount Pleasant, that sadly came to an end when they had to go their separate ways following the end of the tournament, especially as ice hockey's essentially non-existant in the latter's home country and she didn't want to leave. The junior team, however, hasn't seen much success, with a decent fourth place finish in their debut at the 8th edition before a group stage exit in the 9th edition (a controversial tournament when it was revealed that a few games were fixed), another group stage exit where they just sucked full stop and a third group stage exit at the 14th edition due to a lack of time given to prepare. Hopefully they don't suck this time.




Head coach: Andy Bailey (44)
Assistant managers: Alejandro Rubio Orosco (36), Terry Grace (47)
Goaltending coach: Antonio Cervantes (37)
Physios: Blake Moroney (27)


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1 Kevin Landon 19 G (S) Avon Stars Youth
31 Lorna Peterson 18 G (B) Davenport University Lady Reds


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2 Gregory Ericson 18 LD Avon Stars Youth
3 Anthony McLaren (A) 19 RD University of Avon Ice Cats

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12 Rui Calderón 19 LD Juventud de ÁdlPdR
30 Vicente Benitez 20 RD Juventus de ÁdlPdR

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8 Ian Camilleri 19 LD Edgebaston Shamrocks Youth
21 Liam Maisden 18 RD Davenport University Reds


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9 Adrian Backer 18 LW Coventry Puffins Youth
11 Tom McHolland (C) 20 C Midland University Clovers
23 Nick Kalinka 18 RW Davenport University Reds

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19 Franco Astori (A) 18 LW Davenport Dockers Youth
4 Mateo Ibáñez 19 C Universidad de la Playa de Rocas
14 Joaquín Guzmán 18 RW Juventud de ÁdlPdR

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8 Paul Diamandis 18 LW University of Elejamie Dynamos
12 Mical Naerimol 20 C Coventry Puffins Youth
10 Javier Mederos 19 RW Avon Stars Youth

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No. Name Age Position Club
25 Shaun Danielewicz 19 LW University of Avon Ice Cats
4 Link Beckmann 20 C Rosetta University Flash
7 Carlton 20 RW Edgebaston Shamrocks Youth


No. Name Age Position Club
15 Gregory Barton 18 LW Edgebaston Shamrocks Youth
23 Nathaniel Westbrooke 20 RD Universidad de la Playa de Rocas
32 Mike Petkovich 19 C Avon Stars Youth
39 Seve 20 G Coventry Puffins Youth
47 Ryan Demuro 18 LD University of Avon Ice Cats
49 Brett Erskine 19 RW Davenport Dockers Youth

Carlton - Carlos Eduardo Agra de Oliverira
Seve - Sergio Javier Vega Menendez
ÁdlPdR - Ángeles de la Playa de Rocas (or Playa de Rocas Angels in English)

(B) Backup
(S) Starter
(C) Captain
(A) Alternative captain



3-on-3 1:
3-on-3 2:

HomeFiller Arena, Coventry, AVEN

Built in 1989, the HomeFiller Arena is also known as the Coventry Arena, especially in situations where HomeFiller isn't sponsoring the event in question. With a total capacity of 17,000, it is also home to the Coventry Puffins; the backup stadium for the national team; home to the junior and U-18 teams; and the Coventry Nets basketball team. It entered a sponsorship deal with furniture store HomeFiller in 2013. The deal is expected to last until 2021 after a four-year renewal in 2017.

Rosetta Royal House (Rosate Royalhus), Rosetta (Rosate), ROIY

Home to the Rosetta Royals (Rosate Royal) ice hockey team and backup stadium to the Junior and U-18 ice hockey teams. It was also the home to the Rosetta Devils (Rosate Dafil) basketball team until they moved to Devils Stadium (Dafil Sataed) in 2014. About 14,000 people can sit down and watch a hockey game; fortunately, Rosetta is a bilingual tract (both English and Iyilim are spoken here), meaning fans don't have to worry about learning a second language to find their way around.

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose My Scorers: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: Yes
RP Injuries to My Players: Yes (but nothing too serious; one person at a time and they can't be out for anything longer than two games. Killing is definitely out)
Godmod Injuries to My Players: Yes (same as above)
RP Penalties for My Players: Yes
RP Ejections for My Players: Yes (again, one person per game and the longest they can be suspended for is one match)
Godmod Other Events: Depends on what it is. Fighting I'm OK with but it might be a good idea to TG anything else.

  • Please get back to me with RP info by 10pm BST. Otherwise, I'll go ahead and put my own stuff in.
  • If you wish to fight, then players who would be up for that are Vicente Benitez, Adrian Backer, Paul Diamandis, Carlton, Nathaniel Westbrooke and Brett Erskine. Seve's also find of a fighter but since I'm not sure how common goalie fights are don't expect this to come up a lot. The only players who will flat-out refuse to fight are Kevin Landon, Lorna Peterson, Franco Astori and Link Beckmann.
  • Feel free to draft my university players into your team, although be aware that they won't play in your league until they graduate (fortunately, they're all on 3-year courses). Those in a Youth team already associated with a professional ENIHL team can also be drafted and can play in your leagues no problem.
Elejamie (English); Elejamia (Spanish); Elejam (Iyilim) - Denonym: Elejamian - Pronounced (English): Eh-leh-jah-meh

OOC: Just some guy who does stuff.

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Postby Terre Septentrionale » Mon Oct 12, 2020 12:09 pm


15th WJHC preview

Charlottesville, Fluvannia - My uncle liked my work at the World Volleyball Expo so he asked me to cover the World Junior Hockey Championship. I'm so happy about that, it's my favorite sport! So, the WJHC is about to start and Terre Septentrionale is really looking for it after our early elimination by Sarzonia in the round of 16 at the WJHC 14. I was so pissed in my living room when they lost! Both teams are now in the same group and daddy says it might be the start of a new rivalry. I hope our players won't fight because I hate fights but I know we have some players who can fight including Alex-Olivier Châteauneuf, Carl-Olivier Groleau-Pinard, Radoslaw Wielkiewicz and Jackson Korczak.

Group C also consists of Elejamie, mommy says they're a 3 time World Cup of Hockey champion but they never won a medal in the WJHC. I'm too young for having seen any of their championship. Savojarna are also in our group and they're usually a good hockey nation too. The rest of the teams are newcomers Graintfjall, Kohnhead, Susuvi and Tikariot. Tikariot might be the better one of them.

First we play against Susuvi, a nation with weird names, in Charlottesville. Then we travel to Harrisonburg to play against Savojarna. On matchdays 3 and 4 we play against Tikariot and Sarzonia, so game 2,3 and 4 will be extremely important. Then we play against Graintfjall, Kohnhead and Elejamie, some teams who can surprise, especially Elejamie.

I believe we're better than anyone in our group and here's my predictions for group C:

Terre Septentrionale

I promise I will have interviews with my favorite players during the tournament.

Émilie-Rose Bourbeau,
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Nation name: République de Terre Septentrionale | Trigramme: RTS | Capital: Ville Jacques-Cartier | Maps
Ranks: Hockey: 20th | American Football: 12th | Baseball: 17th | Association Football: 23rd | Rugby Union: 42nd
Runner Up: Cup of Harmony 76, International Baseball Slam XI
3rd Place: World Volleyball Expo X, International Baseball Slam XII, World Lacrosse Championship XXXV
4th Place: Arena Bowl VI
World Cup participations: WC 85 (3rd place in group), WC 86 (3rd place in group)

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Postby Kelssek » Mon Oct 12, 2020 2:11 pm


Three of Kelssek’s players to watch at the World Junior Championships

The World Junior Hockey Championship attracts a certain kind of fan who claims – or wants to be able to claim – encyclopedic knowledge and blithe predictions about who the next superstars are. Some say it’s a purer version of the sport, full of energy and less of the cynical and dirty plays wily adult veterans have perfected over the years. Some say it’s just a bit obsessive to fixate on players under 20 years old too. We’ll just tell you that you can watch Kelssek’s matches live from Fluvannia on KBC2 and other tournaments streamed online through kbcPlayer.

Oh, also, it might be worth knowing some of the players that fans have a keen interest in watching.

Chris Brguljan (age 20, Inter Latrobe)
A lightning-fast skater with a quick release, Brguljan featured in 32 Premiership matches this past season and has shown signs he’s ready to step up to the first team. Internationale put him on the fourth line in the Desjardins Cup playoffs and he proved that he can beat top-flight goalies and terrorized less talented defenders. He turned heads on loan to Regional One outfit Saintsport Raiders two years ago when he racked up a 1.9 points-per-game average over 46 games as an 18-year old. The main fault in his game is that he struggles with board battles and often takes holding penalties in his efforts to win them. Given time and, one imagines, protein shakes, he will hopefully put on the bulk he’ll need in the KHL Premiership.

Mandy Bart (age 19, Burnaby Ravens)
A tenacious customer with a rapier-quick poke check. Bart broke into the first team this season on the third pairing but she’s expected to have top-pairing potential. The one weakness is with the offensive side of her game; while capable of a deadly point shot you can’t rely on Bart to make plays and spot the right pass. It’s something the coaches at Burnaby have really been working on and you can see some progress over the season – this will be a good chance to spot whether Bart can make it work at a high level.

Eunan Miyamoto (age 17, Escadron Dorval)
The youngest player on the team, he’ll be celebrating his 18th birthday in Fluvannia if Kelssek makes it past the first round. He jokes that he spent a lot of time in the driveway having to play goalie for his older brother Ian, but that’s probably played some part in his development. If anything, he’s even more highly touted than Ian and has already registered 7 Premiership starts, although he’s been turning out for the Elite League team which is far better for his development than sitting on the first team’s bench. Rated as being one of the strongest technical goalies coaches have seen in a while.

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Postby Kohnhead » Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:13 pm

Kohnhead Junior Hockey Team
Nation Name: The Galactic Empire of Kohnhead
Shortened: Kohnhead
Trigramme: KND
Nickname: The Brains
Record: 0-0
Style Mod: -3

Head Coach: Billy Chang (50)

First Line
C: Leanna Dudley (19)
RW: Edison Alvarado (17)
LW: Brandon Hodges (19)
RD: Bo Harrison (18)
LD: Denzel Leigh (19)

Second Line
C: Carol Lowe (16)
RW: Miranda Pittman (19)
LW: Alexis Castro (18)
RD: Debbie Sampson (19)
LD: Noah Andrews (17)

Third Line
C: Emma Bates (18)
RW: Clement O'Neil (19)
LW: Cody Hickman (17)
RD: Amber Meadows (18)
LD: Jace Shea (19)

Chelsea Mair (19)
Marta Fulton (17)

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Do whatever you want except no injuries longer than the length of the tournament please and no pandemic related stuff other than that do whatever.
Trigramme: KND
Pop: 20 million

Football 66th
Gridiron: 37th
Baseball: 34th
Hockey: 38th
Basketball: UR
Lacrosse: 21st

Sporting Achievements
Wonder Cup 2 - Champions
Di Bradini Cup 48 / U21WC 69 - 4th place

Outdoor Hard Court Season 6 Steinigestrasse Open - Runner Up (Singles)
Clay Court Season 6 Istria Open - Semifinals (Singles)
Clay Court Season 6 Mattijana Open - Semifinals (Singles)
Clay Court Season 6 Hamilton International - Semifinals (Singles)

Gold Coast Basketball Tournament - 2nd place

International Baseball Series 12 4th place

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Postby Flekkefjord » Mon Oct 12, 2020 3:33 pm

Flekkefjord World Juniors Team

Line 1
LW: Ingevar Anderson, 19
C: Bowdoin Landbert, 20
RW: Waydell Hanzel, 20
RD: Eric Denny, 20
LD: Valdemar Kelsey, 18

Line 2
LW: Johan Erling, 19
C: Eigil Iomhar, 18
RW: Joron Halfdan, 18
RD: Jorn Ulric, 20
LD: Jenson Osbourne, 17

Line 3
LW: Gustaf Steffen, 16
C: Boden Espen, 17
RW: Dyre Ericson, 16
RD: Bjorne Len, 15
LD: Ivar Gustaf, 17

Line 4
LW: Halfdan Bergen, 15
C: Odo Anders, 14
RW: Gustavus Janzen, 15
RD: Donar Iomhar, 14
LD: Gjorn Haldane, 15

Starter: Janse Stefanos, 19
Backup: Ejnar Inar, 15
3rd String Goalie: Quinby Hammer, 17



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