AOlympic Winter Carnival Everything Thread

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AOlympic Winter Carnival Everything Thread

Postby AOlympics » Sun Dec 18, 2022 4:26 pm

The AOlympic Winter Carnival is open to nations of the Atlantian Oceania Region. To learn more about Atlantian Oceania and its history of Sporting Competitions, check out the Visitors Guide to Atlantian Oceania Factbook.
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Postby Independent Athletes from Quebec » Sun Dec 18, 2022 4:29 pm

Curling: 18
Gridiron: 12
Figure Skating: 17
Ski Jumping: 21
Long Track Speed Skating: 19
Short Track Speed Skating: 18
Snowboarding: 17

Lacfroid and I will be using the same cutoff window, which translates to around 20h EST/19h CST/17h PST. In case there will be changes in scorination window, it will be reported at the RMB and on NSS Discord server.

Day -1 - 13th Jan
SKI JUMPING—Women's individual normal hill qualifying

Day 0 - 14th Jan

Day 1 - 15th Jan
SKI JUMPING—Men's individual normal hill qualifying
SKI JUMPING—Women's individual normal hill final (MEDAL)
SNOWBOARD—Women's slopestyle qualifying
SHORT TRACK— Mixed 2000m Relay (MEDAL)
SPEED SKATING— Women's 1000m (MEDAL)
SPEED SKATING— Women's 3000m (MEDAL)

DAY 2 - 17th Jan
SKI JUMPING—Men's individual normal hill final (MEDAL)
SNOWBOARD—Men's snowboard slopestyle qualifying
SNOWBOARD—Women's snowboard slopestyle final (MEDAL)
SHORT TRACK— Men's 1500m (MEDAL)
SHORT TRACK— Men's 5000m Relay Heat
SHORT TRACK— Women's 1500m (MEDAL)
SHORT TRACK— Women's 3000m Relay Heat
SPEED SKATING— Women's 1500m (MEDAL)

DAY 3 - 19th Jan
SKI JUMPING—Mixed team normal hill qualification
SNOWBOARD—Men's snowboard slopestyle final (MEDAL)
SHORT TRACK— Men's 500m
SHORT TRACK— Men's 5000m Relay Semifinals
SHORT TRACK— Women's 500m
SHORT TRACK— Women's 3000m Relay Semifinals
SPEED SKATING— Women's 5000m (MEDAL)

Day 4 - 21st Jan
CURLING— Quarterfinals
SKI JUMPING—Mixed team normal hill final (MEDAL)
SNOWBOARD— Men's parallel giant slalom seeding runs and finals (MEDAL)
SNOWBOARD— Women's parallel giant slalom seeding runs and finals (MEDAL)
SHORT TRACK— Men's 1000m
SHORT TRACK— Men's 5000m Relay (MEDAL)
SHORT TRACK— Women's 1000m
SHORT TRACK— Women's 3000m Relay (MEDAL)
SPEED SKATING— Women's Mass Start (MEDAL)

Day 5 - 24th Jan
CURLING— Semifinals
SNOWBOARD—Men's snowboard halfpipe qualifying
SNOWBOARD—Women's snowboard halfpipe qualifying
SNOWBOARD—Women's snowboard cross seeding runs and finals (MEDAL)
SPEED SKATING— Men's Team Pursuit preliminary round
SPEED SKATING— Women's Team Pursuit preliminary round

Day 6 - 26th Jan
CURLING— Bronze and Gold Medal Matches (MEDAL)
FIGURE SKATING—Women's short program
FIGURE SKATING—Ice dance rhythm dance
SKI JUMPING—Women's individual large hill qualification
SNOWBOARD—Men's snowboard cross seeding runs and finals (MEDAL)
SNOWBOARD—Women's snowboard halfpipe final (MEDAL)
SNOWBOARD—Men's snowboard halfpipe final (MEDAL)

Day 7 - 28th Jan
FIGURE SKATING—Men's short program
FIGURE SKATING—Pairs short program
FIGURE SKATING—Ice dance free dance (MEDAL)
SKI JUMPING—Men's individual large hill qualification
SKI JUMPING—Women's individual large hill final (MEDAL)
SNOWBOARD—Mixed team snowboard cross (MEDAL)
SPEED SKATING— Men's Team Pursuit heat and quarterfinals
SPEED SKATING— Women's Team Pursuit heat and quarterfinals

DAY 8 - 31st Jan
FIGURE SKATING—Women's free skate (MEDAL)
FIGURE SKATING—Pairs free skate (MEDAL)
SKI JUMPING—Men's individual large hill final (MEDAL)
SNOWBOARD—Women's snowboard big air qualifying
SNOWBOARD—Men's snowboard big air qualifying

Day 9 - 2nd Feb
FIGURE SKATING—Men's free skate (MEDAL)
SKI JUMPING—Men's team large hill qualification
SKI JUMPING—Women's team normal hill qualification
SNOWBOARD—Women's snowboard big air final (MEDAL)
SNOWBOARD—Men's snowboard big air final (MEDAL)
SPEED SKATING— Men's Team Pursuit (MEDAL)
SPEED SKATING— Women's Team Pursuit (MEDAL)

Day 10 - 4th Feb
GRIDIRON— Medal Placement Matches (MEDAL)
SKI JUMPING—Women's team normal hill final (MEDAL)
SKI JUMPING—Men's team large hill final (MEDAL)

Atlantian Oceania Curling Championship

Pot 1
Milchama (10)
Valanora (8)

Pot 2
Qasden (7)
Demot (6)

Pot 3 (Three entrants with 5 skill points, with two entrants randomly placed into Pot 3, and third entrant Pot 4)
Canadian Dominion (5)
Cordia (5)

Pot 4 (Six entrants with 4 skill points, placed accordingly from 4th to top half of 7th Pot)
Commonwealth of Baker Park (5)
Banija (4)

Pot 5
Vilita and Turori (4)
Quebec and Shingoryeo (4)

Pot 6
Gyatso-Kai (4)
Kimi-Suomi (4)

Pot 7 (Two entrants with 3 skill points, separated between Pot 7 and 8)
Squornshelan Remnant States (4)
Portlandia (3)

Pot 8 (Three entrants with 2 skill points, split between Pot 8 and 9)
Pluvia and Saexan Isles (3)
Busoga Islands (2)

Pot 9
Eden and Cambersey (2)
Aboveland and Nykipiflugpuu (2)

Group A
Commonwealth of Baker Park
Quebec and Shingoryeo
Busoga Islands
Eden and Cambersey

Group B
Canadian Dominion
Vilita and Turori
Squornshelan Remnant States
Pluvia and Saexan Isles
Aboveland and Nykipiflugpuu

AO Bowl

Pot 1
Banija (10)
Turori (8)

Pot 2 (Two entrants with 5 skill points, randomised into Pot 2 and 3)
Busoga Islands (6)
Gyatso-Kai (5)

Pot 3
Commonwealth of Baker Park (5)
Milchama (4)

Pot 4 (Five entrants with 2 skill points, randomised into pot 4 to 6)
Cocoabo Park (3)
Vilita (2)

Pot 5
Malbergia (2)
Eden and Cambersey (2)

Pot 6
Portlandia (2)
Quebec and Shingoryeo (2)

Group A
Eden and Cambersey

Group B
Busoga Islands
Commonwealth of Baker Park
Cocoabo Park
Quebec and Shingoryeo

Quebec & Shingoryeo Information


Quebec & Shingoryeo is a gigantic nation of 84 million people located in the Calania continent of northwestern Atlantian Oceania, consisting of 12 provinces.

That said, due to its geographical location, as well as the complexities of the territorial planes over the Quebecois Realms, it identifies itself as a nation of both Calania and northwestern AO, and handles its border/territorial situations accordingly. Quebecois Realms and the N.A.F.T.A. Zone of five nations that are, for some complicated reasons soon to be RP'd in the last quarter of the OOC calendar year 2022, located in Anaia and Atlantian Oceania.

In Anaia, it borders former Semarland and New Gesem to the southeast and Huayramarca to southwest. In Atlantian Oceania, it borders Lacfroid to southeast and Whitecroft to southwest. South Detroit Free State, as a former Quebecois territory, is considered a dual-region state and qualifies under same regulations as the Quebecois Mainland in terms of border control. In terms of water, it faces Salamantic Sea and the Northandryun Strait to the West, Xile Sea to the East. North of the Quebecois borders stand Blood Sea, the maganimous ocean that stands between Anaia and Atlantian Oceania to Rushmore.

The land that is now known to be part of Quebecois Realms, which share boundaries with the aforementioned nations of the N.A.F.T.A. Zone, is inhabited for millennia by the indigenous people present in the region. In the year 1404, the fleet of Joseonite exiles would sail into the so-called RL-verse move into areas that nowadays constitute the Acadie province and the capitol of Joongyeong, where the kingdom was founded in the same year by Henri I, who negotiated treaty of coexistence among all peoples of the nation, whether indigenous or Koreanophone.

Over the subsequent centuries, the nation would grow in size and technology. With the quiet incorporation of the neighbouring peoples, the expansion of maritime trade between Atlantian Oceania and Rushmore (and to some degree Tyran and Esportiva), subsequent industrialisation of the country's industries, and inconsistent operations of the interrealm portal, the Quebecois Empire would grow to incorporate territories across many regions.

The Empire, while formed by military warfare and supported by its allied nations (see: Gatchingerrak Union's constituent nations), was an odd one of own. It did not suppress the peoples or the cultures, but focused on the equal standings between the locals (this being mostly the ruling elites of the territories) who would fall under the mostly similar administrative and economic frameworks (citation needed for latter btw). Thus, the Empire was stood to be a short-term option with nations fostered to develop their own, nationalistic path over time. With the growing inequalities faced domestically at home, and the overseas territories becoming increasingly unmanageable in economic terms by the early-1900s, decolonisation and the further bloc-ification of the Quebecois Empire and its allies were inevitable and encouraged.

Eventually, the Empire would turn into that of the Quebecois Commonwealth, a loose political and economic union of two-dozen nations, with the process finished by year 1949. The nation, now without a glitter (and grime) of an empire, had to embark on their own path to redefine themselves. Continued encouragement of immigration from both Commonwealth and non-Commonwealth nations, which had coincided the postwar decades' excitement and calls for cultural liberalisation, would further diversify the nation. At the same time the resilient strength of the nation's economy, even after all the booms-and-busts of economic cycles, nationalisation and privatisation and re-nationalisation policies, would too ensure that Quebec and Shingoryeo, just over a century after the nation-defining Southern Rushmori War and the de-markation of the Quebecois Empire, and just under a decade after historical Foxchester Declaration, is still a darn good place to live, if slightly expensive.

Quebec and Shingoryeo is a federal parliamentary democracy and semi-constitutional monarchy, currently led by Christine II as the head of state. There are three official languages - English, French and Korean - with local indigenous languages spoken in regional capacity. Quebec and Shingoryeo has one of the largest economies in both regions, which is built upon its strengths in heavy industry, finance and agriculture.

As the seat of the former Quebecois Empire and the current Quebecois Commonwealth, Quebec & Shingoryeo has stood as a major power in Anaia and Atlantian Oceania. It has also maintained its historical status as one of major international powers in culture, science and philosophy - a feat achieved partly through the existence of Quebecois Commonwealth and its geopolitical location between Anaia, Atlantian Oceania and Rushmore, but also through long history of social and cultural homogeneity that originated from the nation's founding day. That said the nation, once an active participant in international wars, has stayed peaceful and relatively conflict-less, and is expected to uphold the past forty years of peacetime.

Travelling to Quebec and Shingoryeo is a fun, multi-planar experience (lol) of own. It can feel daunting and all that - I totally understand it!

So, with this in mind, here are some travel tips you could use for next the month of fun on the Quebecois west coast:

1. Laws, laws and laws.

Quebec and Shingoryeo is known to be a fairly liberal country in terms of certain laws, and it's partly true. That is probably why you are smelling a bit of marijuana and may be drinking too much on an outdoor patio of a local delicatessen while walking down the street.

The minimum age to purchase and consume substances vary in what substance - 14 for alcohol, 16 for marijuana, and 21 for tobacco. Possession and consumption of said substances (which also include a narrow list of recreational drugs) outdoors are predictably legal as well, though some boomers and fitness maniacs may openly judge you if you do them in a park or somewhere that is public.

There is a total ban on indoor public smoking, however, and this extends to sporting events in general. Drinking on indoor venues, while not prohibited, will be frowned upon. Besides, why would you drink indoors when there is just a pub down the road with way cheaper and better quality Anju? Drugs trade, unless they are from a legal vendor and for legal substance, is banned. So if you are a local or a tourist, you are more than welcome to go to a state-owned Cannabiscorp or a co-op store and buy stuff instead.

What is no different than other past hosting nations are firearms. Firearm ownership, let alone use, is heavily restricted in Quebec and Shingoryeo with exceptions only given to those whose work requires it (e.g. shooters, pentathletes, some members of the police and the military), or those who have likely survived months and several dozen pages of the application process for a hunting rifle. For the sake of this competition, let's just assume that it's probably not a good idea to not bring your favourite Glock or Colt .45 to Quebecois soil.

2. Quebecois Pound (Q£) is the national currency. The exchange rate is roughly Q£1 = NSD 2.00. Foreign credit cards will be accepted into most bank ATMs.

3. As seen above, Quebec and Shingoryeo has three official languages - English, French and Korean - with local indigenous language(s) also used on a regional capacity. While all three languages will be used in an official capacity, the language dynamic there is a bit more complicated - the best way to describe this is by using a quote from Sylvain IV 'The Thinker', the great-grandfather of current Christine II - 'I speak English to a Banker, French to a Dancer, Korean to a Thinker, and the Original Tongue to a God.' In the Northwestern part of Quebec, English and Korean are primarily spoken.

4. Quebecois people are usually known to be talkative, celebratory and most importantly blunt, and they will rarely apologise or remain polite unless on close capacity. While those in need of help or directions will always be helped, and you will be set for a long time after that, it is expected that the help is asked first by those to whom this may concern. That said, once the help is sought out and all goes well, you will be set for the rest of your time here, and may have found yourself a lifelong mate to come stay over or drink with.

5. The rights of freedom of speech and assembly are guaranteed. That said, this does not mean freedom from consequences.

In adherence to the security protocol established back in the Games of the 16th Olympiad, there will be strict security checks when entering the venues and team hotels, with additional personnel placed across the city. Unlike with the Olympics, however, there will be more lax security regulations -- flares, obscenely large banners and limited display of hooliganism will be tolerated. Displays of hate speech will not be tolerated, however.

6. The question of religion is a complicated one, perhaps even more so than languages. Traditionally, Roman Catholicism, Mahayana Buddhism, Anglicanism, and Indigenous religions are considered as four religious pillars of state and are viewed with particular interest by the state and people. All four pillars, as well as other minor religions, incorporate various elements of native shamanism and folk traditions and do not always follow the rules from Vatican or Canterbury, something that has complicated the authority-to-authority relations over the Interrealm portal.

The rights of religion are unquestioned here, and this will remain the same throughout the course of your stay in the country. People tend to be careful being aware of other person's religions though, and their way of addressing it is usually not asking about them. At least not on the first impression/moment, or else they are viewed as rude.

7. If you need police, fire or most importantly medical help, please call 777. (Yeah, it's literally 777).

Visitors and athletes of delegations will be able to receive excellent and prompt care from the city's hospitals and walk-in clinics under the People's Healthcare Services (PHS). Specialists may take a little bit longer time to reach, but for the most part, will be there for you in time. Those interested in consulting services re: traditional medicine will be given referrals, but those likely require a friend or two, or a local jack, who knows one.

8. Food and alcohol here should be fine, if slightly spicy. Influenced by the indigenous fare and the influences of haute cuisine coming from the Joseonian settlers of old, the Quebecois cuisine is largely based upon rice, and other diverse kinds of grains, vegetables, and meats. In this part of Calania, moose, lamb and caribou are known to be particularly popular, which have long survived the wave of delicacies that are no longer eaten.

They are also known for their intensive use of spices, sauces and pastes. Seafood is extremely popular across the country, though their affordability remains up in the air unless you reside on the West or East Coast - more inland parts usually consume freshwater fare instead. Quebecois do not have a particularly picky taste of alcohol in general, though what alcohol you drink usually depends on your cultural background and socioeconomic demographics. Smoking culture is massive here, and while cigarette smoking is very slowly declining over the years, marijuana's prominence in society is not something that's being challenged anytime soon.


Myeongju is the centrepiece and the main host city of the AOlympics Winter Carnival. While it has not hosted an Olympic Games proper, the city has hosted many visiting fans and delegations who have come to nearby Bongpyeong and Saint-Amant, two resort towns located approximately thirty minutes drive and/or train ride away, and crossing through multiple mountains, from the city's Downtown.

A small city of around 450,000 people, Myeongju is located on the self-explanatory province of Nord-Est on northeastern Quebec and Shingoryeo's mainland. Sandwiched between the tundras and the arctic that cover most of the province, as well as the nearby presence of warmer, rainier Acadie and Inteachan provinces, Myeongju directly faces the water of the East Sea (also used in Anaia as Grinshem Sea) on the east, and is just west of the mouth of Fleuve-Saint-Henri that flows from Joongyeong and Songak, two largest metropolises in the central part of the country, into the East Sea. The location of it has meant that the city, being one of the oldest in all of Quebec and Shingoryeo, holds high heritage value with many traditional, older houses and buildings in relatively good condition and found all over the city. The city's long history (mostly on literature, art and other forms of creative industries) could be found at the Samjook House Gallery and Myeongju City Museum.

Economically Myeongju is a diverse location, with the city and its surrounding regions separated by the Juvenal mountain range that separate the countryside towns from the port city. Traditionally it is known as one of the most recognisable locations when it comes to East Coast fishery, and while the industry has somewhat dwindled from the heydays about half a century ago, Myeongju continues to be a major location for the fisheries. The downtown itself reflects those challenges, with a lot of old buildings on the city's Downtown and the Quay still being repurposed and worked to facilitate the growing tourism industry that have long been prevalent in the surrounding resorts and towns, but not as much on Myeongju proper outside of traditional locations. As with those developments the city demographics start to change as well with many youths and retirees starting to move into the area, largely on permanent basis but with some on holidaying purposes as well, and the city continues to grow in terms of population and interest.

Outside of Myeongju, the surrounding villages and resorts are ones you would most likely notice along the Pleyel mountain range (alt. approximately 1200-1800m). With difficult terrain, cold climate and strong environmental regulation being in place for over a century now, the natural landscape of Myeongju and the surrounding Pleyel remain mostly preserved. Due to abundance of snow in the winter, as well as relatively cooler climate during the summer, tourists and sportspeople of all colours come to Myeongju and the surrounding villages on a year-round basis, with some coming to train, others to enjoy opportunities made available. Plenty of hiking and rafting opportunities exist here, though steepness of both the waterfalls and the speed of running water along its streams would mean that safety advisories do exist for those who venture in certain times of the year, particularly the winter.

Bongpyeong and Saint-Amant resorts are two, large-scale resorts located in middle of the Bongpyeong-Saint-Amant County that was merged into one two decades ago. While the BSA is traditionally known for its particularly large output of potatoes (a traditional Nord-Est feature, though) and buckwheat (80% of the national supply), the County has made it name known for the winter sports in last hundred years, with said reputation now more known than that of agriculture. Having hosted a wide range of Olympic qualifying events here eight ago, the resort was offered the opportunity to host the snow events of the AOlympic Winter Carnival, and is excited to welcome all guests from the Atlantian Oceania region and beyond.

Both resorts will also be serving as the delegated AOlympic Village, with sections blocked off to provide accommodation for all athletes and other members of the delegation. National delegations will be grouped together inside a building, with one room being made available for two athletes with necessary accommodations available. All access to necessary common space will be provided, as well as security to ensure that only those with credentials are allowed access into the accommodations.


Marcus A. Chang Stadium (cap. 48,000) - Ceremonies, Gridiron
Colisee de Myeongju (cap. 12,000) - Figure Skating, Short Track Speed Skating
Myeongju Oval (cap. 6,000) - Speed Skating
Myeongju Veterans Coliseum (cap. 4,000) - Curling

Arnaud-L-Sainas Field (cap. 8,000), Saint-Amant - Gridiron
Silver Peak Ski Jumping Stadium, Saint-Amant - Ski Jumping
Eagles' Park, Bongpyeong - Snowboarding
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Postby Lacfroid » Mon Dec 19, 2022 7:50 am

Atlantian Oceania Hockey Championship 11

Welcome to Lacfroid for the eleventh edition of the Atlantian Oceania Hockey Championship. For the time being, please see this post for IC information about Lacfroid.
Pot 1
Lacfroid (host)
Gyatso-Kai (3)
Valanora (7)
Banija (10)

Pot 2
Canadian Dominion (16)
Vilita & Turori (27)
Squornshelan Remnant States (33)
Quebec and Shingoryeo (35)

Pot 3
Kimi-Suomi (41)
Baker Park (45)
Quasden (UR)
Melbergia (UR)
*Qasden and Melbergia drawn randomly into Pot 3

Pot 4
Busoga Islands (UR)
Milchama (UR)
Pluvia and the Saxean Isles (UR)
Portlandia (UR)
Cocoabo Park (UR)
Demot (UR)
Eden and Cambersey (UR)
The Cordian Isles (UR)
Group Draw
Logan Guthrie Group - University Arena, Saint-Laurent (cap 15K)
Lacfroid (host)
The Cordian Isles (2)
Kimi-Suomi (41)
Milchama (UR)
Squornshelan Remnant States (33)

Cinnami Vellamoi Group - Banc de Lacfroid Arena, Champlain (cap 11K)
Portlandia (UR)
Canadian Dominion (16)
Valanora (7)
Baker Park (45)
Cocoabo Park(UR)

Vaniolë Litheth Group - Olivier Gymnasium, Ville du Lac (cap 15K)
Demot (UR)
Quebec and Shingoryeo (35)
Melbergia (UR)
Busoga Islands (UR)
Banija (10)

Hakoda Ishii Group - Sallss Arena, Raleigh (cap 9K)
Pluvia and the Saxean Isles (UR)
Eden and Cambersey (UR)
Gyatso-Kai (3)
Vilita & Turori (27)
Quasden (UR)

*The FLH would like to note that Gyatso-Kai being drawn into the group named after its WCoH 15 captain is entirely a coincidence

MD1 (9 Jan): 2v5, 3v4 (1 bye)
MD2 (10 Jan): 5v3, 1v2 (4 bye)
MD3 (11 Jan): 3v1, 4v5 (2 bye)
MD4 (12 Jan): 1v4, 2v3 (5 bye)
MD5 (13 Jan): 4v2, 5v1 (3 bye)
Quarterfinals 14 Jan
Semifinals 15 Jan
Final 16 Jan

Cutoffs will be approximately 1900 CST on each day given. Winners and runners-up from each group will advance to the quarterfinals. Tiebreakers are H2H, followed by regulation wins, regulation and overtime wins, total wins, overall goal difference, and drawing of lots.
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Postby Canadian Dominion » Sun Jan 08, 2023 11:12 am




Gander squad, Goslings, CD Geese.



84 Nolan Dawson 23 6'1" 212 lb L Barrie
11 Jakob Hawley 27 6'1" 178 lb R Kingston
48 Deacon Brook 21 5'7" 120 lb R Kelowna
4 Edward Bain 26 5'10" 166 lb R Vaughan
71 Callum Boyle 23 5'8" 140 lb L Kitchener
73 Francis Bailey 30 5'8" 162 lb R Mississauga
32 Jayden Reid 24 6'0" 193 lb R Saint John
53 Kyle Hall 37 5'6" 148 lb R Saskatoon
18 John Asper 34 6'1" 201 lb L Calgary
14 Xavier Ostell 19 6' 3" 198 L Victoria


42 Sawyer Lee 17 5' 10" 161 L Red Deer
82 Arjun Jacks 37 6'1" 201 lb R Laval
41 Ellis Fisher 20 6'3" 218 lb R Guelph
59 Archer Beech 22 6'5" 235 lb L Saint John
9 Nicolas Lake 21 6'1" 201 lb L Edmonton


97 Michael Holder 23 6' 0" 193 R Toronto
64 Tucker Peters 26 5' 7" 155 R Whitehorse
93 Jason Smith 35 5' 8" 162 R Vaughan
90 Clark Gosling 19 5' 10" 161 L Sault Ste. Marie
77 Gunner McCain 26 5' 9" 169 L Kamloops

offensive lines:

First Line
Sawyer Lee - Jakob Hawley - Clark Gosling

Second Line
Arjun Jacks - Nolan Dawson - Michael Holder

Third Line
Ellis Fisher - Xavier Ostell - Tucker Peters

Fourth Line
Nicolas Lake - Francis Bailey - Gunner McCain



67 Huxley Frazer 28 6' 0" 215 R Trois-Rivières
79 Lachlan Marks 21 5' 9" 169 R Lethbridge
20 Gabriel Shields 20 6' 1" 237 R Laval
36 Victor Till 32 5' 9" 200 L Edmonton
93 Beckett Byrne 27 5' 10" 209 R Gatineau
91 Bradley Segal 41 6' 2" 247 R Whitehorse
21 Tristan Barber 26 5' 8" 192 R Toronto
38 Kai Miller 33 6' 1" 237 L Saint John
52 Bastien Cohen 18 6' 0" 186 R Montreal
70 Aiden Bourne 22 5' 9" 200 L Kamloops

First Pair
Huxley Frazer - Kai Miller

Second Pair
Bastien Cohen - Aiden Bourne

Third Pair
Tristan Barber - Gabriel Shields

Fourth Pair
Huxley Frazer - Beckett Byrne



21 Lucas Bell 19 6' 0" 204 Saskatoon
46 Theo Dawson 27 5' 11" 218 Prince George
13 Seth Arbour 29 6' 1" 219 Sault Ste. Marie

On Bench staff/Other

Kane Shirley [Head Coach]
Age: 57

Hugo Simmons [assistant coach]
Age: 39

Anthony Goddard [assistant coach]
Age: 40

Peter Hill [Equipment Manager]
Age: 20

Style Modifier: +4.0

Captain: Jakob Hawley
Assistant Captains: Nolan Dawson, Arjun Jacks

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
Choose my Scorers: Y
Choose Scoring Events: Y
Godmod Scoring Events: Y
RP Injuries to my Players: Y
Godmod Injuries to my Players: No
Assign Penalties to my Players: Y
Eject my Players: No
Godmod Other Events: No
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Round of 32:
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Round of 16:
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Postby Lacfroid » Sun Jan 08, 2023 4:15 pm

Lacfroid National Ice Hockey Team-"Les Papillons"
D	Lilia	Aubert		Nordistes de Hopkinsville	
D Evan Pierre Panthères de Saint-Rupert
D Solène Delaporte Ingéneurs de Raleigh
D Mariam Dias Ingéneurs de Raleigh
D Estelle Arnal Muletiers de Tamboursville
D Melvin Gasnier Panthères de Saint-Rupert
D Anaïs Lecomte Panthères de Saint-Rupert
D Lucas Monin Hyènes de Galilée
F Tess Jacob Guerriers de Bataille
F Estelle Arnal Muletiers de Tamboursville
F Mathys Fabre Navigateurs de Saint-Laurent
F Mélissa Grandjean Guerriers de Bataille
F Emir Grenier Panthères de Saint-Rupert
F Lena Moret Croisés de Champlain
F Armand Devaux Hyènes de Galilée
F Ophélie Henri Panthères de Saint-Rupert
F Ilias Huard Nordistes de Hopkinsville
F Aya Lamotte Captaines de Prattsville
F Rafaël Le Breton Nordistes de Hopkinsville
F Liana Mayer Guerriers de Bataille
F Milo Parmentier Captaines de Prattsville
F Eloi Ribeiro Senateurs de Ville du Lac
F Lyna Roland Louos de Robespierre
G Elyne Hernandez Senateurs de Ville du Lac
G Thibaut Garcin Muletiers de Tamboursville

1st line: Le Breton-Mayer (C)-Fabre
2nd line: Devaux-Grandjean (A)-Jacob
3rd line: Parmentier-Moret-Lamotte
4th line: Ribeiro-Roland-Huard

1st pair: Delaporte-Arnal
2nd pair: Pierre-Lecomte
3rd pair: Monin-Dias
4th pair: Aubert-Guy
My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
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Population: ~1 mil
Capital: Ville du Lac
Demonym: Lacfroidois
Sports played: Winter sports, Australian football

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Postby Melbergia » Sun Jan 08, 2023 4:35 pm

Atlantian Oceania Hockey Championship 11 - Roster

Coach: Phil McCaig

* G: 1 Jonson Hellier
* G: 56 Joe Svensson
* G: 78 Ari Tunde
* D: 2 Fred Harris
* D: 4 Chas Dunne
* D: 18 Geraint McDuff
* D: 5 Shay Lennox
* D: 79 Gerald Unter
* D: 83 Torbjorn Gustavsson
* D: 13 Darren O'Reilly
* D: 82 Gray Sansome
* F: 9 Aston Wallace
* F: 11 Laurie Ellson
* F: 10 Derek Williams
* F: 45 Harry Berg
* F: 38 Jim Lind
* F: 67 Al Remquist
* F: 32 Rob Bakke
* F: 88 Roger Krikke
* F: 99 Ed Simmons
* F: 91 Simon Moen
* F: 74 Gus Arneqvist
* F: 28 Miles Brust

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
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Choose Scoring Events: Y
Godmod Scoring Events: N
RP Injuries to my Players: Y
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Assign Penalties to my Players: Y
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Postby The Cordian Isles » Sun Jan 08, 2023 5:57 pm

Cordian National Ice Hockey Team

Defending World Cup of Hockey Champions (for now).

Ranked second in the world.

And one of the most physical and explosive teams in the world to boot.

This is not a team that anybody wants to be messing with right now.

Now, many will argue that their path to the championship was lighter than usual. Yet it still required going through some of the best teams the world has to offer after a less than convincing group stage performance.

The AOHC has consistently tripped up this Cordian team, no matter how good they’re supposed to be. In fact, the North Stars haven’t made it past the quarterfinals in this tournament. Considering AO’s long and impressive hockey history, perhaps that isn’t too surprising. Perhaps the Cordians will fare better in this edition, considering their more recent improvements. We’ll have more to say after the conclusion of the World Cup of Hockey - the North Stars are still very much in it to win, currently in the quarterfinal stage.

References to "the league" are references to the CIHL, the professional Cordian hockey league.






Coach: Kress "Terrible" Thomassen, 51
A former CIHL player herself, Thomassen won the league championship on three occasions in the pre-internationalization era with the Danvirk Wall.


First Line - Forwards
Left Wing - Justin Perreau
Age: 29
Team: Lakeside Warriors
A speedy left wing who can shoot and pass with precision, Perreau is consistently Lakeside's top scorer.

Center - Randolf Karlsson
Age: 29
Team: Gilded City Golden
Karlsson can do two things: win faceoffs and fire incredibly powerful shots. Luckily, he's very good at those two things. The move up to Line 1 with Eric Eaton’s retirement should suit him well, with Perreau providing options and Ericsen screening.

Right Wing - Harald Ericsen
Age: 31
Team: Cordasfjord Crusaders
Known for his netfront battling, Ericsen's screens are notoriously good and the defense invariably scores more goals when he's on the ice. This is likely to be his last World Cup of Hockey after spending three cycles on the first line.

Second Line - Forwards
Left Wing - Jennifer Vosun
Age: 28
Team: East Fjord HC
Vosun is a force on both offense and defense for East Fjord, blocking a lot of shots every game and cutting down shooting angles very effectively. Her two-way ability has secured her a spot on the first line of both penalty kills.

Center - Martin Kordsen
Age: 25
Team: North Bay Lightning
Easily the best younger player in the Isles, and with perhaps the best skating skills anywhere in the Isles, Kordsen signed with the Lightning right off his national semifinalist school team, not even playing junior hockey or anything. Now the best player on the Lightning, Kordsen leads the team in just about everything, but North Bay have found themselves stuck in the AA division since the last WCoH.

Right Wing - Rurik Dirsson
Age: 29
Team: Cordasfjord Crusaders
Dirsson is usually one of the league's best playmakers, and it's a great help to his Crusaders, consistently ranking among the nation’s best teams.

Third Line - Forwards
Left Wing - Magnus Bjornsen
Age: 26
Team: Red Hill Sappers
Bjornsen plays for the Red Hill Sappers, a small team in a small town with a legendary hockey tradition, and in his second season with the team he led them to a promotion to the AAA division and was a huge factor in Red Hill’s upset of Vikings HC in the CIHL playoffs.

Center - Alicia Sorensen
Age: 21
Team: Jutland Whalers
An elite talent in Jutland, the Whalers and Riveters went at it to sign her - and the Whalers won. Sorenson is a well-rounded hockey player, but is best with her shot - hard, accurate, and scorer of the goal that eliminated Martin Kordsen’s team from the national championships back when she was just fifteen and him eighteen. How about that for full-circle?

Right Wing - Signy MacLeod
Age: 26
Team: Jutland Riveters
A great playmaker who is next up on the powerplay when the team is short a player for whatever reason, MacLeod’s passes are almost always on the tape. Coupled with an impressive awareness of the game and a scoring touch that is not to be ignored, MacLeod is a sleeper candidate for player of the game on any given day.

Fourth Line - Forwards
Left Wing - Bergonund Olafsen
Age: 31
Team: White River Eagles
Olafsen is a grinder, and his line has the best forecheck on the team, largely thanks to his determination in battles, and his size. See Olafsen coming in behind you and you'll cough up the puck like the skinny kid coughing up his lunch money.

Center - Verna Fredriksson
Age: 18
Team: COR National Team Development Program
At first glance, Fredriksson appears to be from the mold of Justin Perreau and Martin Kordsen - quick and deadly forwards with a scoring touch. But much bigger and with a tendency towards physically and domination in corner battles, Fredriksson the perfect grinding forward. She will center this fourth line, perhaps the best grind line in the world, and it’ll take quite a lot to live up to the legacy of Will Egilsen, but if anyone can, it’s certainly her.

Right Wing - Tryggve Eriksson
Age: 30
Team: Jutland Whalers
Eriksson is at his best battling in the corners; he rarely comes out without the puck.

Defense - Pair 1
Halfdan and Ivar Leifssen
Age: 30
Team: Jutland Riveters
These twins are both over six feet tall and they have the hardest shots in the league. They're major offensive contributors for the Riveters because of their shots, which are dangerous from nearly anywhere.

Defense - Pair 2
Haakon Haraldsen
Age: 24
Team: Kersson College
Haraldsen's shutdown defense in the college league has turned Kersson into a force to be reckoned with this past season.

Svein Svensson
Age: 25
Team: Mountainview Typhoon
Don't laugh at his name, or you'll find yourself on the ice, with him laughing at you. Svensson is the most physical player on the ice despite (still) being one of the youngest.

Defense - Pair 3
Charles Larsson
Age: 19
Team: COR National Team Development Program
Larsson is the future of defense on the Cordian national team. A bit on the small side, but powerful, he is the quintessential stay at home defenseman, and he’ll be learning from one of the best in the world in Freydis Svensen. He’s got some of the biggest clubs in Cordia after him, including his hometown of Valley Fold, and this tournament will certainly have major implications for his future.

Freydis Svensen
Age: 31
Team: Lakeside Warriors
Svensen excels at every method of shot prevention: blocking, lifting the stick, contesting the puck, and so on. When she marks a player, they rarely score. Moved to the third pair to keep Svensson and Haraldsen together, she will mentor the next big thing in Cordian defense in Larsson as she heads toward her last years of professional hockey.

Ericsson will play the harder games and all knockout round matchups.

Starter - Chris Ericsson
Age: 29
Team: Valley Fold Vengeance
Was critical to the Cordians' incredible quarterfinals run in WCoH 44, which featured six wins in a row - of which Ericsson played five. He also led the Cordians to the quarterfinals in WCoH 45, and played in both victories over Quebec and Shingoryeo. He also led the Cordians all the way to a World Cup of Hockey championship last cycle. Quite a resume.

Backup - Olaf Smith
Age: 31
Team: Jutland Whalers
Smith always comes up big in big games and is one of the most consistent goaltenders in the CIHL, but there are several younger options competing for his spot and it won’t be long before he, too, is forced to drop from the national team.


OOC: These are more guidelines than rules, but if you ever want to talk about systems and how you plan to counter them, here they are.
Forecheck: ABC sounded dumb last time. We'll just call it the Cordian forecheck this time around. Much less elementary. One player pressures opposing defensemen while other players cover all other players so that the other team is left with no options.

Even Strength Defensive Zone: Below the tops of the circles is man-on-man play; above them is zone play. Important: If an opposing player moves from above to below or vice-versa, coverage changes.

Breakout: Pull-system breakout, used to create either defensive panic or a 1-on-0 advantage. The weakside winger begins skating as soon as they see puck possession is theirs; strongside wing and center set up in typical breakout procedure, with the added option of a speeding weakside winger.

Powerplay: The 1-3-1. The idea is to get either a shot from the slot, a cross-ice pass for a shot, or a shot for a rebound and a scramble in front of the net.
Powerplay Unit 1: Perreau-Karlsson-Ericsen Leifssen-Leifssen
Powerplay Unit 2: Bjornsen-Kordsen-Dirsson Walker-Svensen

4-man Penalty Kill: Box or Diamond, depending on the opposing powerplay system. The idea is to not overcommit so as to not allow shots from the inside; shots from the outside are unavoidable.
Penalty Kill Unit 1: Vosun-Egilsen H. Leifssen-Svensen
Penalty Kill Unit 2: Perreau-Ericsen Walker-Haraldsen

3-man Penalty Kill: Triangle or Right Triangle, depending on opposing powerplay system. In a Right Triangle, rather than the point player moving back and forth during perimeter passing, the entire formation rotates, with the opposite defensemen instead moving up, the same-side defenseman moving over, and the point player moving back.
3-man PK Unit 1: Vosun Svensen-I. Leifssen
3-man PK Unit 2: Ericsen Walker-Haraldsen

Hockey in Cordia is on par with football (soccer) in popularity. With a strong junior league and school system, players rarely make it onto senior team rosters in the CIHL until they reach 21, with a few exceptional cases. The national league is the Cordian Isles Hockey League. The reigning league champions are the Cordasfjord Crusaders. Cordian hockey as coached by Kress "Terrible" Thomassen is exceptionally aggressive, trading defensive mistakes for offensive chances, relying on a strong forecheck to keep the puck out of their own zone. Players are expected to play a physical game; expect hits, but mostly to make the play. Petty penalties may happen, especially in rough losses. Oh, and you'll hear plenty of trash talk on the ice. A true Cordian talks a good game. Even inside their own zone, Cordian forwards will cheat up at the first sign of possession, a risky move that leaves men on both teams open and can work either way. As a result, the WCoH Federation rates Cordia's playstyle a +3.5.

My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
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You May Also:
  • Penalize and eject my players, but I decide if there are any suspensions and how long.
  • RP my players as talking a lot of trash, down to deciding what they say. Profanity is fine, anything discriminatory from my players is not unless I give the go-ahead.
  • RP my players as taking cheap-shots, but only if they dislike your team or a player on your team.
Style Modifier: +3.5

Last edited by The Cordian Isles on Sun Jan 08, 2023 6:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Last 16: WLC 38, WLC 39, CoH 83
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Postby Vilita and Turori » Mon Jan 09, 2023 4:13 am

AOlympic Games: Winter Carnival

4x AOHC Champions
World Cup of Hockey XXXIV Champions

Vilita & Turori Ice Cat Things
Coaching Staff:
Head Coach: Colora Boharii
Assistant Coach: Agaggagii'o "AA" Amphlanza
Style Mods: +3.14159

[ 92 ] Tommy Finn [ - Alikki-Corra Aye-Ayes (VHL) - ]
[ 60 ] 'Snowman' Avalaski [ - Seraai Icestronauts (VHL) - ]

[ 82 ] Ukanlora Imfagarziiz [ - Eelandii Explorers (VHL) - ]

[ 37 ] Kevin Diesel [ - Vilisorma Yutzies (VHL) - ]
[ 63 ] Spekkio Turazi [ - Eelandii Explorers (VHL) - ]
[ 06 ] Dolak Vintal-Morta [ - Lonngeylin Storm Surge (VHL) - ]
[ 62 ] Hluali Tiik [ - Turoki Islanders (VHL) - ]
[ 56 ] Torren Filiao [ - Lonngeylin Storm Surge (VHL) - ]
[ 45 ] Cinnami Vellamoi [ - Alikki-Corra Aye-Ayes (VHL) - ]

[ 55 ] Bayyre Provichuk [ - Tivali River Sharks (VHL) -]

[ 32 ] Cartai Chiate [ - Vilisorma Yutzies (VHL) - ]
[ 48 ] Ricky Fike [ - Alikki-Corra Aye-Ayes (VHL) - ]
[ 4 ] River Suzgar [ - Alikki-Corra Aye-Ayes (VHL) - ]
[ 23 ] Eastern Raciani [ - Vilisorma Yutzies (VHL) - ]
[ 88 ] Ocean Suzgar [ - Alikki-Corra Aye-Ayes (VHL) - ]
[ 22 ] Jualiar Fichaud [ - Alikki-Corra Aye-Ayes (VHL) - ]
[ 17 ] Ataris Filiac [ - Lonngeylin Storm Surge (VHL) - ]
[ 21 ] Buffky Oktopi [ - Morata Valley Fog (VHL) - ]
[ 15 ] Emhaoi Linaozi [ - Vilisorma Yutzies (VHL) - ]
[ 32 ] Akitana Ruta [ - Yeaddin HC (VHL) - ]
[ 52 ] Malaino Oraziala [ - Yeaddin HC (VHL) - ]
[ 33 ] Askol Mastley [ - Morata Valley Fog (VHL) - ]

[ 7 ] Fordin Unrangii [ - Yeaddin HC (VHL) - ]
[ 22 ] Ieeko Naret [ - Yeaddin HC (VHL) - ]

  • Starting Lineup
    [ G ] Goalkeepers Alternate
    [ D ] Cinnami Vellamoi [VIL]
    [ D ] Spekkio Turazi [TUR]
    [ RW ] Jualiar Fichaud [VIL]
    [ C ] Eastern Raciani [VIL]
    [ LW ] Malaino Oraziala [TUR]
  • Shootout / Penalty Shot
    Buffky Oktopi [VIL], Ieeko Naret [TUR]


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Postby Banija » Mon Jan 09, 2023 9:31 am

OOC Note: Banija is a country that lacks winter- ergo, most winter sport athletes (with the decisive exception of gridiron) are from Banija's varied migrant communities in other nations that actually have winter. Ergo, hometowns are given for these athletes.

Olympic Committee of Banija hereby presents the following AOlympic Winter Carnival Rosters...

AOHC 11 Roster

AO Bowl Roster

Banija Curling

Head coach: Kabonesa Lugesera. 48 years old, Female. Born and raised in Stalliongrad, Equestria.
Lead: Senyange Kyanku. 27 years old, male. Born and raised in Geisenfried.
Second: Hawa Masiko. 22 years old, Female. Born and raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.
Third: Bbale Kyalema. 30 years old, male. Born and raised in Mansfield, Baker Park.
Skip: Mame Kamyuka. 24 years old, Female. Born in Busukuma, Banija but raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.
Sub: Lilja Hjaltalínsdóttir. 22 years old, Female. Born in Busukuma, but raised in the Bwubanza suburb of Ubondo. Ubondo is a majority ethnic-Graentfjaller settlement, a wealthy town of just 15,000- but of whom probably 11,000 are of Graentfaller descent. Easily the whitest city in Banija. A suburb of Graentfjallers who migrated to Banija during the communist days in Graentfjall.

Figure Skating

Women's Short Program & Free Skate
Namazzi Muzinda. 19 years old. Born and raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.

Men's Short Program & Free Skate
Olupot Kyasi. 22 years old. Born and raised in Dewayo, Nyowani Kitara- refugee from Nyowani Kitara after their civil war who stayed in Banija.

Pairs Short Program & Free Skate
Mugisha Ssekiro & Afiya Ssekiro.

Mugisha- male, 22 years old.
Afiya- female, 20 years old.

The two are a freshly married couple, who will celebrate their one year wedding anniversary at the Winter Carnival. Both born and raised in Mansfield, Baker Park, as part of the Banijan migrant community, they both chose to represent Banija at this tournament- continuing the strong tradition of Banijan winter athletes being drawn from their migrant communities. They are both lifelong figure skaters, and have the chemistry of a married couple.

Ice dance rhythm dance
Wamukota Luggya & Malak Lulula.

Luggya - male, 28 years old. Born and raised in the Banija Esportiva Territories, moved to mainland Banija to go to Loyola-Istria for University and never looked back.
Lulula- Female, 22 years old. Born and raised in Bwubanza, one of the few home-grown winter Olympians.

Ski Jumping

Women's Individual Normal Hill
Hosanna Namulu. 22 years old. Born and raised in California City, Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Women's Individual Large Hill
Alvera Lutaaya. Born and raised in Little Istria, TV City, Qasden.

Women's Team Large Hill
Enanu Assi. Born and raised in Stalliongrad, Equestria.
Zahera Degu. Born and raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.
Oromigna Asmelash. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.
Christina Adinew. Born and raised in Quebec City, Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Men's Individual Normal Hill
Olupot Mate. Born and raised in Geisenfried.

Men's Individual Large Hill
Bahemuka Bafuuwa. Born and raised in Aissa, Hangaza Region, Banija.

Men's Team Large Hill
Bwire Kyesero. Born and raised in Luguyala, Askum Region, Banija.
Nkunda Busajjabwaba. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.
Ochieng Kakeeto. Born and raised in Novopetrograd.
Kasozi Ssaabatakula. Born and raised in rural Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Mixed Team Normal Hill
Isingoma Bisasso. Male. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.
Bitalo Mutwafu. Male. Born and raised in Norehavn.
Senayit Adane. Female. Born and raised in Herzegovina City, Moravica, Banija.
Zena Menkir. Female. Born and raised in Jinja City, Hangaza Region, Banija.

Short Track Speed Skating

Men's 500m
Musoke Ssemukaaya. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Men's 1000m
Waarwe Sebbuzi. Born and raised in Belle Haven, Baker Park.

Men's 1500m
Mpoza Vunamunkoko. Born and raised in Stalliongrad, Equestria.

Men's 5000m Relay
Birungi Buyondo. Born and raised in Busukuma, National Capitol Region.
Irumba Mukedi. Born and raised in Istria, Moravica.
Owole Luzze. Born and raised in Kosactus, Moravica.
Irumba Ssenkubuge. Born and raised in Sisonke, Kitara Region.

Women's 500m
Chichi Ozoemena. Born and raised in Sisonke, Kitara Region.

Women's 1000m
Madukaego Chinweuba. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Women's 1500m
Adanma Ogbonnia. Born and raised in Sisonke, Kitara Region.

Women's 3000m Relay
Chidy Chinou. Born and raised in the suburbs of Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.
Iruka Ozioma. Born and raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.
Chinweuba Obey. Born in Busukuma, raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.
Odera Ugoorji. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Mixed Team 2000m Relay
Ula Munachiso. Born and raised in Quebec City, Quebec & Shingoyreo.
Sarah Ababa. Born and raised in Ranoria City, Ranoria.

Long Track Speed Skating

Men's 500m
Nyakoojo Kisaabagire. Born and raised in suburban Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Men's 1000m
Karilisa Lwecuza. Born and raised in Geisenfried.

Men's 1500m
Alikuraira Kaswakizi. Born and raised in suburban Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Men's 5000m
Hiryangana Mafutaabirye. Born and raised in Stalliongrad, Equestria.

Men's 10000m
Sebowa Lumiramwengué. Born and raised in suburban Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Men's Mass Start
Luzige Kaddyo. Born and raised in Istria, Moravica.

Men's Team Pursuit
Wanzala Kubanjá. Born and raised in Herzegovina city, Moravica.
Onyait Kironde. Born and raised in Bwubanza, Bunyoro Region.
Waloga Kyesereka. Born and raised St. Jakob, Teusland.

Women's 500m
Bongile Lindamkhonto. Born and raised in Timuria.

Women's 1000m
Thuba Ncala. Born and raised in rural Aksum.

Women's 1500m
Qalani Bhengu. Born and raised in Istria, Moravica.

Women's 3000m
Xolisani Sithuli. Born and raised in rural Hangaza.

Women's 5000m
Thandiwe Magalela. Born and raised in rural Hangaza.

Women's Team Pursuit
Cacile Sikhakha. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.
Celesile Nkonyeni. Born and raised in rural Buganda.
Lucy Yeyeye. Born and raised in Hoima, Ankole.

Women's Mass Start
Zanele Khabazela. Born and raised in rural Buganda.


Women's Slopestyle
Ilunda Tshibuabua. Born and raised in Lakiska, South Island, Busoga Islands.

Women's parallel giant slalom
Aru Mukunyi. Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec & Shingoyreo.

Women's Halfpipe
Teva Mubiala. Born and raised in Qasden.

Women's snowboard cross
Moyo Mukunayi. Born and raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.

Women's Big Air
Kasenda Tshibuyi. Born and raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.

Men's Slopestyle
Okello Museruka. Born and raised in Ruwani, Hangaza Region.

Men's parallel giant slalom
Váli Jóhannsson. Born and raised in Upondo, Bunyoro Region. He is the son of Graentfjaller migrants, who emigrated to Banija during Graentfjall's communist days.

Men's Halfpipe
Mukiibi Nsonga. Born and raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.

Men's Snowboard Cross
Bategeka Ssebalamu. Born and raised in rural Moravica.

Men's Big Air
Nkalubbo Kawolobé. Born and raised in rural Buganda Region.

Mixed team snowboard cross
Karutunda Kawenyera(M) & Kabishi Nsang(F). Both born and raised in St. Jakob, Teusland.
Former champion of quite a few things. Former President of even more things.
Kabaka = King
Lubuga = Queen Consort
Isebantu = Crown Prince
Waziri = Foreign Minister
Katikkiro = Prime Minister
Omugabe/Omugaba= Prince/Princess
Banija Domestic Sports | Map of Banija
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Sporting World Cup 8. WBCs 47 & 51. Di Bradini Cup 47. World Cup 86. IBC 30, 31, 32, 33. National Trophy Cabinet.
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Postby Lacfroid » Mon Jan 09, 2023 6:01 pm

While you're watching Georgia, here's your MD1 cutoff.

AOHC 11 Matchday 1
Logan Guthrie Group
The Cordian Isles 0–0 Squornshelan Remnant States (3–1 SO)
Kimi-Suomi 1–2 Milchama

Cinnami Vellamoi Group
Canadian Dominion 7–0 Cocoabo Park
Valanora 2–1 Baker Park

Vaniolë Litheth Group
Quebec and Shingoryeo 2–1 Banija
Melbergia 1–1 Busoga Islands (2–1 OT)

Hakoda Ishii Group
Eden and Cambersey 0–1 Qasden
Gyatso-Kai 0–3 Vilita & Turori
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Capital: Ville du Lac
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Postby Commonwealth of Baker Park » Mon Jan 09, 2023 10:07 pm

Baker Park National Hockey Team

Coach—Rich Wainwright (Oceana)
Assts—Paul Gomez (Lima), Patrick Newhouse (Ezriquay), Brian Cole (Oceana asst)

Pos	Age	Club
1 Joe Baumgardner G 30 Hamilton Stomers
2 Frazier Kohl D 26 St Warren Snow Owls
3 Andy Pierce D 29 Asbury Darts
4 Lance Walker D 26 Mansfield Maroons
5 Zach Edelman D 27 Ezriquay Silver Sticks
6 Todd Findlay W 24 Hamilton Stormers
7 Dale Morrisson C 27 Oceana Zephyrs
8 Brad Lindley W 25 St Leon Mounties
9 Paul Nelson W 28 Endborough Rangers
10 Rich Castellanos C 27 Lima Chargers
11 Benjy Ndumeke C 27 Mansfield Warriors (GBHL)
12 Trey Palmer D 26 Lima Chargers
13 Alex Saxby D 26 Coolville Gems
14 Steven Lapointe W 25 Coolville Gems
15 Matt Donnenfeld W 27 Oceana Zephyrs
16 Greg McNamara W 26 St Warren Snow Owls
17 Matt Anderson D 24 Endborough Rangers
18 Brent Vallery W 28 Jacksonville Ice Kats
19 Ryan Adderly D 24 Middletown Riverhawks
20 Steven Friel W 26 Ezriquay Silver Sticks
21 Jack Mason G 28 St Leon Mounties
22 Olly Whittier C 25 Belle Haven Comets



AOCAF 62 & 66 Champions
2x Under-18 World Cup (SWC 5&9) Champions
DBC 53/74th U21 World Cup Champions
Eagles Cup 13 Runner-Up (Cup of Champions Winner)
Baptism of Fire 67 Runner-Up
AOCAF LVIII (co-hosts), LX Third Place
World Cup 85, AOCAF LXIII, Women's World Cup 15 Fourth Place
World Cup 84 & 90 Co-hosts
World Cup 81/82/83/84/86/87/88 Round of 16
World Cup 80/89/91 Group Stage
AOBC 5 Champions
NSCF 5x Mineral Conference Champions (18/19/20/21/23)
1x playoff semi-final
1x playoff quarterfinal

WLC President
WLC 38 Third Place
WLC 34/41 Fourth Place
WLC 30/31(host)/32/33/35/36/37 (host)/39 Quarterfinal
WLC 29 Playoff Round

Rugby 7's AORC 1&2 Champions

AO Twenty20 Runner-up

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Gyatso-kai AOlympic Delegation

Postby Gyatso-kai » Tue Jan 10, 2023 5:26 pm

Holy haran... so many names Oo At least I'll post this half before the AOHC cutoff, since I missed that note >.< I'll update the rest of the sports later


Gyatso-kai Delegation for The AOlympic Games *WINTER FESTIVAL*

In an ever-continuing endeavor to strengthen ties between its regional neighbors both through sports development and sports participation, the Avatarian Republics of Gyatso-kai do hereby submit the following athletes and teams to compete in our first ever Winter AOlympic Games.




The Avatarian Republic of Gyatso-kai
Denomyn: Avatarian || Trigramme: GKI || Located: Atlantian Oceania
Factbook || Armed Forces Holocron
Champions: World Cup of Hockey XXIII, World Cup of Hockey XLIV
Runner-Up: World Junior Hockey Championship III, World Cup of Hockey XXI, XXVI
Third Place: World Cup of Hockey XV, XVII, XVIII, XL


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Postby Lacfroid » Tue Jan 10, 2023 6:01 pm

Pour yourself a tall boy while you wait for the scores.

MD2 cutoff!

AOHC 11 Matchday 2
Logan Guthrie Group
Squornshelan Remnant States 0–3 Kimi-Suomi
Lacfroid 2–3 The Cordian Isles
# Logan Guthrie Group         Pld   W  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts
1 The Cordian Isles 2 1 0 3 2 +1 4
2 Kimi-Suomi 2 1 1 4 2 +2 3
3 Milchama 1 1 0 2 1 +1 3
4 Squornshelan Remnant States 2 0 1 0 3 −3 1
5 Lacfroid 1 0 1 2 3 −1 0

Cinnami Vellamoi Group
Cocoabo Park 1–0 Valanora
Portlandia 0–3 Canadian Dominion
# Cinnami Vellamoi Group      Pld   W  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Canadian Dominion 2 2 0 10 0 +10 6
2 Cocoabo Park 2 1 1 1 7 -6 3
3 Valanora 2 1 1 2 2 0 3
4 Baker Park 1 0 1 1 2 −1 0
5 Portlandia 1 0 1 0 3 −3 0

Vaniolë Litheth Group
Banija 0–1 Melbergia
Demot 0–1 Quebec and Shingoryeo
# Vaniolë Litheth Group       Pld   W  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Melbergia 2 2 0 3 1 +2 6
Quebec and Shingoryeo 2 2 0 3 1 +2 6
3 Busoga Islands 1 0 1 1 2 −1 0
4 Demot 1 0 1 0 1 −1 0
5 Banija 2 0 2 1 3 −2 0

Hakoda Ishii Group
Qasden 0–1 Gyatso-Kai
Pluvia and the Saxean Isles 1–3 Eden and Cambersey
# Hakoda Ishii Group          Pld   W  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Vilita & Turori 1 1 0 3 0 +3 3
2 Eden and Cambersey 2 1 1 4 2 +1 3
3 Qasden 2 1 1 1 1 0 3
4 Gyatso-Kai 2 1 1 1 3 −2 3
5 Pluvia and the Saxean Isles 1 0 1 1 3 −2 0
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Capital: Ville du Lac
Demonym: Lacfroidois
Sports played: Winter sports, Australian football

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Postby New Portland Republic » Tue Jan 10, 2023 6:55 pm

Portlandia National Hockey Team


Forecheck: 1-2-2 (Off Wing Coverage)
A standard 1-2-2 forecheck with F1 pressuring the man with the puck and forcing him to the outside of the ice. F2 and F3 cover both wings, not allowing passes out. If the puck is wheeled around the net, F3 takes the man with the puck, F2 slides to the strongside wing and F1 takes the off wing.

Breakout/Zone Entry:
Most Common Option: “Portlandian Weave”
A standard weave breakout with the winger passing the puck to the center who moves to the inside, while the strongside wing moves to the middle. Weakside wing takes the far board but moves up high as the strongside wing crashes the net and the center shoots for a rebound off the far pad if possible.

Secondary Option: “Center Fly” (used more common when defense has less time to get a pass off)
When the defenseman gets control of the puck the center comes out of the defensive zone aligned with the near post to the strongside defenseman. The defenseman then makes a pass out to center, or to a wing if the center successfully pulled the strongside wingers defender out of the zone.

Roster: (Players listed in order of line)


Wyatt Johnston: (25, Cansby Silvertips PHL)
The starting goaltender for Portlandia. A goalie who has a very strong blocker side and very good movement within the net. Gives up more rebounds than most international goalies however makes up for it with outstanding size within the net a very safe game built on play out of the butterfly positions.

Matthew Dotson: (23, Durwin Express PHL)
Considered a weaker goaltender due to more inconsistent play. An extremely aggressive goalie who makes many aerobatic saves and is able to back it up with outstanding rebound control on his pads. Struggles with low blocker saves and often makes mistakes when coming out to play the puck.

Left Defensemen:
Nick Mahaley (28, Klamath Sabres PHL)
Won the award for the best defenseman in the PHL last season. A physical force whose front-of-the-net play is feared by grinders leaguewide. His large frame allows him to deliver huge hits and to meet those who enter his zone at the blue line with amazingly strong pokechecks.

Derrick Williamson (31, Blamond St. Pats PHL)
An older defender who is very dependable for being on the second line. Lacks the offensive prowess he once held but still is arguably the best player in the defensive zone outside of Mahaley. Led the St Pats to a playoff run and one of the lowest Goals Against in the entire PHL last season.

Mason McCaulley (22, Sarlet Cobras PHL)
A still young and relatively unproved defenseman who made a name for himself by putting up a huge number of assists and being a key part in the Cobras playoff run.
Throughout 16 playoff games had 12 assists and 3 goals, nearly putting up a point per game and being one of the highest point totals for defensemen in the playoffs.

Right Defensemen:
Emanuel Broussard (25, Klamath Sabres PHL)
The other half of Klamaths menacing defensive first line last year, Broussard had an extremely impressive campaign, putting up league high assist totals for defensemen. Combined with amazing stick skills, Broussard’s passing ability makes him an extremely valuable threat from the blue line.

Kaden Scott (29, Cansby Railers PHL)
The most physical defenseman on the team. Nearly never loses battles down in the corners and has very good skating skills that allow him to get back on defense after taking a man into the boards. Lacks offensive zone production but him and Williamson on the same line keep shots away from the net.

Michael Bane (30, Bolmark Icemen PHL)
A defenseman who can put pucks on net and stop player in their tracks at the blue line. Bane struggles with passing and often gives up breakaways on cross ice passes however makes up for it with a blistering one timer that is feared by the best of goalies in the PHL.

Left Wings:
Emilio Phillips
Jackie Rodriguez
Leland Soto
Kristopher Douglas

Andre Torres
Antonio Little
Earl Myers
Edward Richardson

Right Wings
Joel Fowler
Garry Malone
Dwayne Gibbs
Joseph Williams

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Postby Kimi-Suomi » Wed Jan 11, 2023 8:57 am

Team Kimi-Suomi for the AOlympic Winter Carnival
Team Kimi-Suomi AOlympian Talvikarnevaaliin
Team Kimi-Suomi för den AOlympiska Vinterkarnevalen

Head Coach: Hannes Lehtonen (46)
Assistant Coach: Josefin Hjalmarsson (39)
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O-Line 1
LW: #2 Jenna Silvonen (26)
C: #1 Frans Seppälä (27) (C)
RW: #3 Erik Ekman-Larsson (28)

O-Line 2
LW: #8 Marcus Rosenqvist (24)
C: #7 Felizia Bouveng (25)
RW: #9 Noora Tulus (24)

O-Line 3
LW: #13 Ville Innala (22)
C: #12 Krista Parkkonen (23)
RW: #14 Ida Boman (22)

O-Line 4
LW: #18 Michelle Löwenhielm-Persson (19)
C: #17 Joakim Dahlin (19)
RW: #19 Mika Heiskanen (19)

D-Line 1
LD: #4 Sanni Viitasuo (29)
RD: #5 Ebba Waxin (29) (2nd C)

D-Line 2
LD: #10 Anton Wallmark (26)
RD: #11 Juho Heiskanen (25)

D-Line 3
LD: #15 Harri Mäenalanen (22)
RD: #16 Emma Kjellbin (22)

GK: #6 Lucas Tömmernes (27) (3rd C)
GK: #77 Jenniina Holopainen (20)

Head Coach: Johannes Toppinen (65)
Lead: Emma Karlsson (22)
Second: Teemu Viitasuo (21)
Third: Tuija Koivisto (22)
Skip: Christan Åvard (24)
Sub: Jakob Toiversson (18)

Men's Singles: Lars Grede (25)
Women's Singles: Petra Grede (23)
Pairs: Mika Orko/Anna Saraste (27/26)
Ice Dance: Richard Jörgensen/Laura Silvennoinen (22/22)

NH: Ismo Klimenko (25) and Harri Sorsakoski (24)
LH: Oskar Beskow (27) and Carl Engström (25)
Team LH: Oskar Beskow (27)/Carl Engström (25)/Ismo Klimenko (25)/Harri Sorsakoski (24)

NH: Lisa Gunn (23) and Maja Gunn (23)
LH: Sanna Laura Porra (26) and Hella Parpola (24)
Team NH: Lisa Gunn (23)/Maja Gunn (23)/Sanna Laura Porra (26)/Hella Parpola (24)

Team NH: Ismo Klimenko (25)/Lisa Gunn (23)/Harri Sorsakoski (24)/Maja Gunn (23)

500&1000m: Peter Norrensen (26)

500&1000m: Hanna Norrensen (24)

All Events: Aksel Kekkonen (27)/Wilhelm von Gegerfelt (25)/Arto Nevala (22)/Isaac Görtz-Hanssen (18)

All Events: Esther Hjorth (26)/Ola Hjorth (26)/Maria Hjorth (21)/Michelle Järvenpää (19)

200m Relay: Aksel Kekkonen (27)/Esther Hjorth (26)/Wilhelm von Gegerfelt (25)/Ola Hjorth (26)

Big Air
M: Jari Markkanen (26)
W: Margareta Nielson (24)

M: Elias Tengmalm (24)
W: Oona Pesonen (23)

Parallel Giant Slalom
M: Mikko Rita (21)
W: Sophie Hwasser (20)

M: Lars Håstad (23)
W: Sara Tammi (22)

M: Teuvo Sneck (18)
W: Charlotte Fersen (19)
Team: Teuvo Sneck (18)/Charlotte Fersen (19)
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Postby Vilita and Turori » Wed Jan 11, 2023 10:01 am


Vilita & Turori Stun Gyatso-Kai in the Mountains, Soak in the Victory with MD2 Bye

Hakoda Ishii Group - Sallss Arena, Raleigh, Lacfroid :: After backing their way into the knockout rounds of the World Cup of Hockey in the Squornshelan Remnant States, the Vilita and Turori ice Cat Things would face a difficult but familiar opposition: Gyatso-kai. A rivalry that started in the World Cup of Footsport, the two nations have seen their fates on the Ice ebb and flow in recent seasons. While Vilita and Turori are one time World Cup of Hockey Champions, they are the winningest national entity in the history of the Atlantian Oceania Hockey Championships. Vilita and Turorian clubs have also swept the last two domestic Hockey Champions League campaigns. On the other hand, Gyatso-Kai have seen great success at the World Cup of Hockey as its defending champion but the Ice Bisons have been unable to break through on the regional level having been denied the crown of Atlantian Oceania's Champions of the Ice in the Final of the previous two editions, losing the 9th AOHC to surprise package Efnakia and then losing the most recent AOHC final in Vilita to current World Cup of Hockey hosts the Squornshelan Remnant States.

Ultimately it was no surprise when Gyatso-Kai defeated Vilita and Turori 4-2 in the World Cup of Hockey Round of 32. The Ice Cat Things hadn't looked very strong during the tournament and were likely to be eliminated at some point anyway. With that consideration, it is possible that the early defeat was a blessing for the Ice Cat Things. It allowed the team to return home for a time before retooling their skates and heading out to the AOHC where they would play at the Sallss Arena in Raleigh - the smallest and quietest city in the mountainous Lacfroid. Having already adapted, the Ice-Cat Things were ready to go from the moment the puck dropped against Gyatso-Kai and would get on the board just 3 minutes into the game, setting a tone for the game and never taking their foot off the pedal from there. Though some would argue that Gyatso-Kai were not fielding a full strength squad as they kept their focus on recovery from the World Cup of Hockey, it would matter not to fans of the Ice-Cat Things as their team got the most important result of the group behind them with a 3-0 victory over the top seeded Gyatso-Kai and could now focus on taking care of business against the other nations of the Hakoda Ishii Group including feline rivals Qasden, newcomers Eden and Cambersey and another AOCAF rival, Pluvia and the Saxean Isles. With the top two teams in the group advancing to the Quarter Finals, the Ice Cat Things just need to not lose from this point forward and they will be back competing for their first Regional Title since winning AOHC 7 in Northwest Kalactin.
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AOHC 11 — Roster

Postby Eden and Cambersey » Wed Jan 11, 2023 12:11 pm

Eden & Cambersey — Atlantian Oceania Hockey Championship 11


General Information

Style modifier: +3
Nation name: Commonwealth of Eden & Cambersey (formal), Eden & Cambersey (common), E&C (abbreviated), CEC (abbreviated)
Demonym: Edenocambrian (general, adjective), Edenocamberite (formal, noun)
Trigramme: E&C (if not available, CEC)
Rank: Unranked
Head coach: Lionel Cress
Captain: Adrian Rosewarne
Alternate captains: Axel Begbie, Caspar Begbie
Nickname: the Mist Knights (official), the Bloody Mist (sometimes construed as pejorative)
Colours: Black, red, gold, blue

Offensive Lines

Sherringford Stallions
#8 — LW

BEGBIE, Axel |A|
Carrolton Reapers
#9 — LW

Pompey Baymen
#7 — LW

IVES, Jack
Sherringford Stallions
#12 — LW

Castlegar Centurions
#19 — RW

Sherringford Stallions
#91 — RW

Pompey Baymen
#67 — RW

MacQUEEN, Julian
Castlegar Centurions
#96 — RW

HALLEY, Tristan
Pompey Baymen
#92 — C

BEGBIE, Caspar |A|
Carrolton Reapers
#10 — C

Iona Swans
#41 — C

PASCOE, Timothy
Sherringford Stallions
#48 — C

Castlegar Centurions
#44 — 13F

Defensive Pairings

FROST, Archie
Iona Swans
#42 — LD
Pompey Baymen
#5 — RD

Carrolton Reapers
#2 — LD
Pompey Baymen
#4 — RD

Pompey Baymen
#70 — LD
Sherringford Stallions
#98 — RD

Castlegar Centurions
#63 — 7D


EVERETT, Anthony
Carrolton Reapers
#1 — G
Castlegar Centurions
#30 — G

Power Play

Sherringford Stallions
#8 — LW
Castlegar Centurions
#19 — RW
HALLEY, Tristan
Pompey Baymen
#92 — C

FROST, Archie
Iona Swans
#42 — LD
MacQUEEN, Julian
Castlegar Centurions
#96 — 4F

Carrolton Reapers
#9 — LW
Sherringford Stallions
#91 — RW
BEGBIE, Caspar
Carrolton Reapers
#10 — C

Pompey Baymen
#7 — 4F
Pompey Baymen
#5 — RD

Penalty Kill

IVES, Jack
Sherringford Reapers
#12 — 1F
Iona Swans
#41 — 2F

FROST, Archie
Iona Swans
#42 — LD
Pompey Baymen
#5 — RD

Carrolton Reapers
#9 — 1F
BEGBIE, Caspar
Carrolton Reapers
#10 — 2F

Carrolton Reapers
#2 — LD
Pompey Baymen
#4 — RD

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Postby Melbergia » Wed Jan 11, 2023 2:29 pm

Melbergian Ice Hockey Team Eye Unlikely Knockout Round Qualification

VILLE DU LAC, LACFROID. Is Ice Hockey Melbergia's new favourite sport? It may sound unlikely, but officials at the Melbergian Ice Hockey Association (MIHA) are said to be overjoyed at the team's recent start to the AO Hockey Championship, with one going on record as describing the team's recent victory over Banija (ranked tenth globally) as 'a potential watershed moment' for the sport.

While ice hockey remains a niche interest, officials are hopeful that a solid performance in this tournament could do wonders for the growth of the game domestically.

"We see it time and time again," explained Melbergian Minister for Sport Jeanette O'Dowd, "when our national team does well in any sport on the international stage it has such a positive impact on interest and involvement at home. The results have been fantastic so far, let's hope we can keep it going - it would be fantastic to see young people becoming engaged in this excellent fast-paced sport."

Whilst considered also-rans at the start of the tournament, the Melbergians have surprised many by picking up victories in their first two group games, and are now in a commanding position atop their group. A win in their next match against Demot would see the side reach the knockout round ahead of sides such as the aforementioned heavy-hitters of Banija.

So what is the secret to their success? It seems even the players themselves are baffled - "I've literally no idea what is going on," laughs forward Rob Bakke, scorer of two of three Melbergian goals in the tournament so far. "We turned up expecting to get smashed by everyone, and yet somehow we've won two out of two. It's crazy. But it feels fantastic, and right now we feel unbeatable. How long that will last? Who can say. But we're just loving life at the moment and we're enjoying this moment while we can."

Head Coach Phil McCaig is wary of the players becoming overconfident. "We've been great so far," he admits, "however there have been elements of luck to our victories and we can't afford to forget the basics. We need to focus so hard on this next game against Demot, win and we're through, but equally a loss could realistically put us out given that our last game is against the strongest performing side in the group [Quebec and Shingoryeo]. We've been given this opportunity to do something special and I'm desperate for this team to do it. If we beat Demot I'll relax for a bit, but until then it's a case of staying focussed."

Whilst the upcoming match against Demot is still unlikely to register in the public consciousness, those in the know are hoping that it could be the catalyst for the Melbergian public sitting up and taking notice.

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AOHC 11 Roster

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Wed Jan 11, 2023 6:04 pm

Squornshelan Remnant States
AOHC 11 Roster

After a disappointing result at the World Cup of Hockey played on the Confederacy's own home ice, major changes have been made for the AOHC title defense. Nearly half the World Cup team is left off the roster, replaced by top propects from the various junior hockey leagues of the SRS. The Northern Junior Hockey League, Squornshelan Major Junior Hockey League, Brantid Hockey League, and Molvanian Hockey League are all represented. While the task of taking on several of the world's best teams is a tall one for this collection of teenagers, they will hopefully form the core of future national teams, and hoist trophies of their own.

#  Pos Player         	Age   Ht  Wt  Gen  Team
2 C Urve Hakanpaa 17 178 78 N Flamarion Firebirds (BHL)
3 D Grigoriy Bosko 17 196 98 M Poghrill Lake Tigers (SMJHL)
6 D Ailbhe Ciardha 19 190 94 M Han Dold Voyagers
7 RW Radimir Hornik 17 191 82 M Viltvodle Valiants (BHL)
8 C Odharnait Buchall 18 202 88 F Hensha Red Hawks (NJHL)
11 RW Ivan Navratil 18 186 80 M Chalesm Blue Bombers (BHL)
12 D Janna Sedlicek 18 187 90 F Striterax Strikers (SMJHL)
14 C Kzeniya Doucek 21 177 76 F Arkintoofle Sharks
17 LW Ardghal Kader 18 185 81 M Han Dold Mountaineers (NJHL)
19 RW Endla Akkeren 18 188 85 F Arkintoofle Sharks
20 GK Wislava Rinne 32 193 94 F Icebreaker Zarss
21 LW Aurora Holya 17 178 77 F Rudlit Ice Wolves (NJHL)
22 RW Mikaela Corcrain 24 179 80 F Han Wavel Walrus
23 LW Aydan Jarpen 23 189 84 M Han Wavel Walrus
27 GK Hekla Zhubin 22 178 80 F Han Wavel Walrus
28 C Seagh Alan 24 185 89 M Han Dold Voyagers
30 GK Gunnar Duane 19 205 101 M Han Dold Voyagers
33 RW Peigi Carr 17 183 80 F Han Dold Mountaineers (NJHL)
40 D Tapani Jezek 22 189 84 M HC Lutenblag
44 D Petr Dragunov 20 186 81 M Traal Oilers
42 D Czeslav Wyrzik 29 189 92 M Sjerezo Eagles
53 LW Vladislav Zelenka 17 198 95 M Gryrorik Gopniks (MHL)
54 C Kseniya Pavlovic 23 180 83 F Sjerezo Eagles
88 D Ebbe Strom 29 200 111 M Arkintoofle Sharks

Forward Lines:
Zelenka Doucek Akkeren
Jarpen Alan Corcrain
Kader Pavlovic Hornik
Holya Buchall Carr

Hakanpaa Navratil
Defense Pairings:
Strom Wyrzik
Jezek Ciardha
Sedlicek Dragunov

Head Coach: Petteri Harmajarvi
Captain: Ebbe Strom
Alternates: Kzeniya Doucek, Kseniya Pavlovic


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The Confederacy of Squornshelan Remnant States
Successor State to the Imperium of Squornshelous
Trigram: SRS
KPB Ranking: 30.77 (13th)
World Cup 31 Champions
World Cup:
2nd: 15, 38
3rd: 20, 25
SF: 18, 27
QF: 5, 11, 12, 22, 30, 32, 33, 34, 40
Ro16: 6, 7, 9, 16, 21, 23, 24, 28, 36, 37, 39, 90
Group Stage: 8, 10, 13, 17, 19, 26, 29, 35, 41, 88, 91
DNQ: 14, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 89
Cup of Harmony:
QF: 6, 73, 75, 81
Ro16: 74
Ro32: 79
Group Stage: 76, 77
2nd: AOCAF65
3rd: IAC8
2nd Round: IAC6, IAC7, IAC12
1st Round: IAC9, IAC11
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Postby Lacfroid » Wed Jan 11, 2023 6:10 pm

Do you love this sh*t? MD3 cutoff!

AOHC 11 Matchday 3
Logan Guthrie Group
Kimi-Suomi 2–2 Lacfroid (2–0 SO)
Milchama 1–1 Squornshelan Remnant States (2–3 SO)
# Logan Guthrie Group         Pld   W  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Kimi-Suomi 3 2 1 6 4 +2 5
2 The Cordian Isles 2 2 0 3 2 +1 5
3 Milchama 2 1 0 3 2 +1 4
4 Squornshelan Remnant States 3 1 2 1 4 −3 2
5 Lacfroid 2 0 1 4 5 −1 1

Cinnami Vellamoi Group
Valanora 2–1 Portlandia
Baker Park 5–2 Cocoabo Park
# Cinnami Vellamoi Group      Pld   W  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Canadian Dominion 2 2 0 10 0 +10 6
2 Valanora 3 2 1 4 3 +1 6
3 Baker Park 2 1 1 6 4 +2 3
4 Cocoabo Park 3 1 2 3 12 −9 3
5 Portlandia 2 0 2 1 5 −4 0

Vaniolë Litheth Group
Melbergia 2–0 Demot
Busoga Islands 0–1 Banija
# Vaniolë Litheth Group       Pld   W  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Melbergia 3 3 0 5 1 +4 8
2 Quebec and Shingoryeo 2 2 0 3 1 +2 6
3 Banija 3 1 2 2 3 −1 3
4 Busoga Islands 2 0 2 1 3 −2 1
5 Demot 2 0 2 0 3 −3 0

Hakoda Ishii Group
Gyatso-Kai 2–1 Pluvia and the Saxean Isles
Vilita & Turori 0–0 Qasden (2–3 SO)
# Hakoda Ishii Group          Pld   W  L   GF  GA  GD  Pts 
1 Gyatso-Kai 3 2 1 3 4 −1 6
2 Qasden 3 2 1 1 1 0 5
3 Vilita & Turori 2 1 0 3 0 +3 4
4 Eden and Cambersey 2 1 1 4 0 +1 3
5 Pluvia and the Saxean Isles 2 0 2 2 5 −3 0
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Capital: Ville du Lac
Demonym: Lacfroidois
Sports played: Winter sports, Australian football

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AOlympics: Junior Hockey Part 1

Postby Squornshelan Remnant States » Thu Jan 12, 2023 10:08 am

Leagues of the Squornshelan Junior Hockey Association

Northen Junior Hockey League
The NJHL comprises the best junior teams from Han Dold, East and West Flania, and far northwestern Megabrantis. The traditional birthplace of hockey in the Confederacy, in this region hockey is at least equal to football in popularity. The NJHL and the regions it generally draws its player base from produce a disproportionate number of SHL draftees, particularly when the comparatively low population density of the area is taken into account. The League's teams are divided geographically, and play a 26-game season, with four games played between each pair of division rivals, and two games played interdivisionally. The leading team in each division at the end of the season advances to a best-of-three playoff, and the winner of that series proceeds to the end of year tournament between the four junior league champions for the overall SJHA championship. Historically, the Southern Division has enjoyed the most success (and not coincidentally the most investment), With Han Dold and Han Wavel unsurprisingly the most decorated teams in terms of titles won and all-time point percentages.

NJHL Teams:
Flanian Division
Granant Growlers East Flania
Hrund Reindeer West Flania
Rudlit Ice Wolves West Flania
Traal Orcas West Flania
Zarss Bay Kings East Flania
Southern Division
Han Dold Mountaineers Han Dold
Han Wavel Harriers Han Dold
Hensha Red Hawks Megabrantis
Golgafrincham Golden Geese Megabrantis
Swillburg Boars Han Dold

Most Recent NJHL Season Results:
Flanian Division
Pos Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Hrund Reindeer 26 16 3 7 76 61 +15 35
2 Rudlit Ice Wolves 26 13 3 10 72 59 +13 29
3 Traal Orcas 26 11 4 11 62 65 −3 26
4 Zarss Bay Kings 26 6 4 16 54 76 −22 16
5 Granant Growlers 26 6 2 18 44 74 −30 14
Southern Division
Pos Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Han Wavel Harriers 26 18 3 5 81 50 +31 39
2 Han Dold Mountaineers 26 14 5 7 71 53 +18 33
3 Swillburg Boars 26 11 4 11 59 65 −6 26
4 Hensha Red Hawks 26 10 5 11 65 61 +4 25
5 Golgafrincham Golden Geese 26 6 5 15 49 69 −20 17

Interdivisional Playoff:
Game 1: Han Wavel Harriers 3–2 Hrund Reindeer
Game 2: Hrund Reindeer 2–1 Han Wavel Harriers
Game 3: Han Wavel Harriers 1–2 Hrund Reindeer

Despite perhaps not having the biggest stars in the league on their rosters, Han Wavel and Hrund each had strong seasons. The Harriers were dominant in play against their Southern Division opposition, while Hrund made up for lackluster divisional play by getting it done in interdivisional games. After each team took a one goal victory at home in the playoff series, it was the Reindeer (or Hrundeer as they are often called) who erased and overcame a third-period deficit in the decisive third game to snatch a trip to the SJHA championship from under the Harriers' noses.
The Confederacy of Squornshelan Remnant States
Successor State to the Imperium of Squornshelous
Trigram: SRS
KPB Ranking: 30.77 (13th)
World Cup 31 Champions
World Cup:
2nd: 15, 38
3rd: 20, 25
SF: 18, 27
QF: 5, 11, 12, 22, 30, 32, 33, 34, 40
Ro16: 6, 7, 9, 16, 21, 23, 24, 28, 36, 37, 39, 90
Group Stage: 8, 10, 13, 17, 19, 26, 29, 35, 41, 88, 91
DNQ: 14, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 89
Cup of Harmony:
QF: 6, 73, 75, 81
Ro16: 74
Ro32: 79
Group Stage: 76, 77
2nd: AOCAF65
3rd: IAC8
2nd Round: IAC6, IAC7, IAC12
1st Round: IAC9, IAC11
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Postby Vilita and Turori » Thu Jan 12, 2023 4:58 pm


Qasden Prevail in Cat-Fight Shootout

Hakoda Ishii Group - Sallss Arena, Raleigh, Lacfroid :: Perhaps the Vilita and Turori Ice Hockey team celebrated a little too hard after their opening matchday victory against top seeded Gyatso-kai which then extended into a bye day for the Ice-Cat Things. When they got back into the rink to face Qasden on Day 3 of Atlantian Oceania Hockey Championships action they had lost that magical scoring touch that had served them so well against the World Cup of Hockey Champions and were instead stuck staring at a shootout against middling Qasden with an extra point on the line to the winner.

Having already dropped 2 points by failing to win in regulation, each team was hoping to recover one. Qasden were already off to a strong start in the AOHC but with only the top two teams advancing and still having a bye day in front of them, the Qads knew their hopes of advancing were likely dependent on winning the shootout especially with the Ice Bisons of Gyatso-Kai having already clipped off a pair of victories to move atop the table in the wake of their opening matchday defeat to Vilita and Turori.

While there were no goals in three periods plus an overtime session at the Sallss Arena, the goals were flowing in the shootout as both teams managed to get the best of their opponents goalkeepers over the first two rounds of the shootout. After both sides missed their next two shots, the decisive goal came from Qasden who would win the shootout 3-2 to take the extra point and move above Vilita and Turori into second place in the Group table. While Vilita & Turori were currently on the outside looking in, they held a strong position in the group with only games against bottom sides Eden and Cambersey, and, Pluvia and the Saxean Isles still to play. A win in both matches for the Ice-Cat Things would assure their progression as Hakoda Ishii Group leaders regardless of the outcome in the final game of the group for Qasden and Gyatso-kai.

Elsewhere in Group Play, the Cocoabo Team that dazed and confused their Vanorian opposition on Matchday 2 could not repeat the feat losing 5-2 to Baker Park while reighning AOHC champions Squornshelan Remnant states found themselves on the back foot despite a shootout victory over Milchama.

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Postby Canadian Dominion » Thu Jan 12, 2023 5:52 pm


A lot of coughing by Canadian Dominion fans as momentum is killed due to the 3rd game bye.

After coaching change, the Canadian Dominion hockey club got on the right track with coach Kane Shirley at the helm.

The coach moved and looked at his squad, who had just come off a day of relaxation. Even with staff changing swiftly after the World Cup of Hockey, Canadian Dominion fans were nervous. Still, after the 7-0 shut-out against the Cocoabo Park hockey team, things looked up for the CD geese. This staff change could be the push that Canadian Dominion needs to push past the first round, show the region its new feathers, and show that it won't lay down and die in the Ro16.
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Round of 32:
WCoH 47

Round of 16:
AOCAF 67, WJHC 18, WCoH 46, AOCAF 68

WJHC 19, AOHC 11

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Postby Milchama » Thu Jan 12, 2023 7:13 pm

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Yes, there are rosters

These are the rosters of the various teams that are competing for Milchama.

Lead: Kent Foem
Second: Gill Kirkpassion
Vice: Dev Lont
Skip: Antil Hasbronov

Ice Hockey:
First line:
RW: Mal Krissom
C: Michael Horovitz
LW: Toren Sanders

Second Line:
RW: Gimly Paris
C: Dems Bums
LW: Gavis McTravis

Third Line:
RW: Miriam O'Kelly
C: Mel Fleur
LW: Egal Minyan

Fourth Line:
RW: Boris Davis
C: Marcus Barons
LW: Deandre Marinar

First Pairing:
D: Yirmiyahu Fletcher
D: Dar Dorim

Second Pairing:
D: Ilyan Gonolovitch
D: Kite Harris

Third Pairing:
D: Selah Hemo
D: Mor Defense

Starter: Naveh Avraham
Backup: Denis Ipalo

• 5 Matt Kauffman
• 13 Alex Swieca
Running Backs
• 33 Isaac Saslavsky
• 34 Ndavyah Williams)
• 41 Yuval Penta
Wide Receivers
• 10 Binyamin Shultz
• 11 Yonatan Curran
• 19 Nimrod Smith
• 80 Cameron Simmonds
• 88 Gideon Reiz
Tight Ends
• 82 Amit Kolton
• 84 Shmuel Halpern
• 89 Adam Davis
Offensive Linemen
• 51 Yonatan Eliyahu
• 60 Aviram Cohen
• 68 Erez Pahima
• 72 Amir Nakar
• 75 Elad Ohana
• 76 Ehud Sharon
• 79 Yaniv Kovalsky
Defensive Linemen
• 47 Sandro Kalandadze
• 50 Leon Gikher
• 65 Eyal Franfurter
• 67 Avia Shermak
• 78 Uria Loberbom
• 97 Evyatar Hacohen
• 98 Idan Melchior
• 99 Yizhak Manshuri
• 42 Or Shalom
• 52 Asaf Katz
• 53 Niv Medlinger
• 56 Jeremiah Jelski
• 64 Noam Dalal
Defensive Backs
• 20 Dani Eastman
• 21 Ariel Back
• 22 Ehud Klein
• 23 Ori Rafaelovich
• 24 Jason Hess
• 28 Guy Halberthal
• 31 Mica Allon
Special Teams
• 7 Gal Mesika K/P

Figure Skating
Dean Kormet
Yani Laurel
David Goldschmidt

Lauren Yani
Arielle Avtani
Sophie Goldschmidt

Ski Jumping:
(I'm not sure which event they're doing so just pick an event and it'll be great!)
Niv the Nesher
Eli the Eagle
Adler the Odler
Vanessa the Variöl
Hony the Honk

[spoiler=Speed Skating]Speed Skating:
(I'm not sure which event they're doing so just pick an event and it'll be great!)
Maher Yourhair
Moran Gentil
Tavi Gavin
Mira Jaron

ST Speed Skating:
(I'm not sure which event they're doing so just pick an event and it'll be great!)
Esther Allbeny
Beny Allesther
Allen Bee
Al Lenbees
Nya Freemantle

Unfortunately, all the real Milchamian snowboarders fell during the qualification runs. The only ones who did not were dogs and so the Milchamian snowboarding delegation is all dogs. Since there ain't no rules dogs can't snowboard, of course, while the dogs they are not very good at doing tricks on snowboards.

Puddin' (Poodle)
Discoman (Corgy)
Yarkon (Mutt)
Leeroy! (Unclear)
Milchama Sports achievements:
World Baseball Classic 23 Champion!

3x CoH winner (29, 46, 50) 3x WBC winner (4,5,23), 1x World Cup host (32) Various other minor trophies there's a football club trophy, a kleptochase trophy, Other minor international football trophies.

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Postby Valanora » Thu Jan 12, 2023 8:16 pm

My opponent if the RP first may:
Choose goalscorers: Y
Choose goal scoring events: Y
Godmod goal scoring events: Y
Penalize players/give game misconducts: No, the Calcuttas play a clean and fast paced game, committing few penalties, preferring to use skill over goon tactics.
Godmod other events: N

What is the name of…

…six time World Cup of Hockey and twice Winter Olympic champions?
Valanora (known prior as Elves Security Forces)

...the nickname of the team?

...the other nations involved in Valanora?
Sabine and Caddonia, Vyinta and Dark Templara

…the nation in which this Commonwealth play their domestic league?
Elves Security Forces (sometimes ESF in shortphrase)

…people from the Commonwealth?
Vanorians or Vanors

…the person who created this mess?
Elves Security Forces

Modifier: +2


Manager: Kasper Ringstad, age 60
Assistant: Julie Kolstø, age 61 (F)

Scoring Line 1
LW Sofia Østrem (F), age 33, Raynor City Raptors
C Dag Nowak, age 34, Stormguard Lions
RW Kristian Simonsen, age 32, Therathor Majestics

Scoring Line 2
LW Maja Zahl (F), age 34, Soldarian Royals
C Sana Axelsson (F), age 32, Therathor Majestics
RW Camilla Berglund (F), age 21, Stormguard Lions

Scoring Line 3
LW Kasper Nielsen, age 31, Raynor City Raptors
C Dennis Myhrvold, age 21, Turbani Titans
RW Noah Erlandsen, age 20, Soldarian Royals

Checking Line
LW Eline Bø (F), age 21, Longview Sabre
C Nicolai Thunes, age 28, Longview Sabres
RW Tone Kleven (F), age 23, Hondo Guards

Defense Pair 1
LD Anders Sharif, age 29, Gladerial Panthers
RD Sebastian Idland, age 31, Zul'Atun Eagles

Defense Pair 2
LD Emilio Öberg, age 32, Gladerial Panthers
RD Maria Aske (F), age 25, Gladerial Panthers

Defense Pair 3
LD Vegard Rye, age 22, Hondo Guards
RD Mie Skogvoll (F), age 32, Hondo Guards

Starter - Felix Bråten, age 30, Vaharia Rangers
Backup - Anine Haram (F), age 28, Gladerial Panthers

Power Play 1
Sofia Østrem - Dag Nowak - Camilla Berglund

Power Play 2
Kasper Nielsen - Sana Axelsson - Kristian Simonsen

Penalty Kill 1
Sana Axelsson - Tone Kleven

Penalty Kill 2
Nicolai Thunes - Noah Erlandsen

Extra Attacker
Kristian Simonsen
Maja Zahl
World Cup 40, 42, 43, 52, & 61 Champions
WC 47, 51 (2nd), WC 34, 38, 39, 41, 44, 45, 53, 60, 67, 92 (3rd), WC 49, 58, 87, 90 (Semifinalist), WC 33, 35-37, 46, 48, 54, 55, 62, 63, 65, 72, 83, 85, 86, 88, 91 (Quarterfinalist)
WCoH VII, VIII, XVII, XXVIII, XXX, XXXII (1st), WCoH I, XXXI, XL (2nd), WCoH II, XXIX (3rd), WCoH XII (4th)
AOCAF 44, 46, 51, 53, 65, 68 Champions, AOCAF 39, 43, 55, 59, 64 Runners Up
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