2002-03 National Men's Under-18 Team

April 14, 2003
Yaroslavl, Russia

Game Summary

Box Score Canada

3

0

0

3

  Czech Republic

0

1

2

3


First Period/1re période

Scoring/Buts :

1. 03:45 CAN BERNIER, Steve (SEABROOK, Brent)
2. 08:31 CAN CROMBEEN, B.j. (POULIOT, Marc-antoine)
3. 18:28 CAN GETZLAF, Ryan (DIXON, Stephen)

Penalties/Pénalités :

VAVRA, Kamil , CZE (minor/mineur) 5:22
CROMBEEN, B.j., CAN (minor/mineur) 11:01
COBURN, Braydon, CAN (minor/mineur) 15:25
BERNIER, Stever, CAN (minor/mineur) 18:39
Second Period/2e période


Scoring/Buts :
4. 1:31 CZE KASPER, Lukas (shorthanded)

Penalties/Pénalités :

GETZLAF, Ryan, CAN (minor/mineur) 1:59
ROUSSIN, Dany, CAN (minor/mineur) 3:26
POLAK, Vojtech, CZE (minor/mineur) 8:27
team (too many men), CZE (minor/mineur) 12:57
DIXON, Stephen, CAN (minor/mineur) 16:21
SEABROOK, Brent, CAN (minor/mineur) 3:26
ROUSSIN, Dany, CAN (minor/mineur) 18:05
Third Period/3e période

Scoring/Buts :

5. 2:56 CZE PETRUZALEK, Jakub (OLESZ, Rostislav)
6. 6:26 CZE SINDEL, Jakub (PULPAN, Lukas, KRATENA, Ivo) PPG/AN


Penalties/Pénalités :

PULPAN, Lukas, CZE (minor/mineur) 3:18
DIXON, Stephen, CAN (minor/mineur) 5:34
POULIOT, Marc-antoine, CAN (minor/mineur) 7:42
TUMA, Martin, CZE (minor/mineur) 9:57
CHAPMAN, Brennan, CAN (minor/mineur) 14:09

Goaltenders Canada Ryan Munce
  Czech Republic Jakub Cech, Marek Schwarz

   

First

Second

Third

Final

Shots on Goal by Canada

10

12

13

35

  Czech Republic

12

10

12

34


Officials Referee MARICONDA, Paul
  Linesmen SAARNIO, Torkel

Attendance 3100
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