SCANDIBET IS READY FOR THE KARJALA CUP!
Karjala Cup will be played this week and it's going to be bigger spectacel than ever before! This year, Canada and Switzerland have been joined to the tournament together with Finland, Sweden, Russia and Czech Republic!
Sweden and Czech Republic will open the tournament in Sweden's Örebro on 8th of November, while Switzerland and Canada will play in Biel, Switzerland. The rest off the games will be played in Helsinki, Hartwall Arena where Finland will play their first game on Thursday 9th of November against Russia!
On Friday Czech Republic will meet Switzerland and in the evening Canada and Sweden take over the ice. On Saturday Switzerland and Russia will be taking their measure of each others and there is still excitement on the ice at the evening when we can see the battle between Finland and Sweden. Which one will win this time? The matches between them have not been forgotten, will this one be one to remember as well?
The thrill will end on Father's day when Russia - Czech Rebuplic and Finland - Canada will meet on the ice!
Sweden's team includes a 17-year-old Rasmus Dahlin, who might be the next big star on the NHL! Together with Dahlin the team has been filled with players who have lots of experience on the international games.
Finland's team consist players from Finnish league, KHL and SHL, together with Lajunen, Pyörälä and Erkinjuntti who make their living in Switzerland's NLA. Eeli Tolvanen has been sensational during this season on Jokerit and the whole country is expecting him to continue scoring goals for the national team!
Team Canada has been built mostly of KHL- players, but there are also some players from North-Americas University teams and from the Swiss and Swedish leagues. The players have great opportunity to show what they got while the Olympics are approaching.
Team Russia has new faces combined with a bit more experienced players, the oldest player in the team is 36 years old Sergei Mozyak, who is still holding the record as all-time highest scorer in the KHL. Last year Russia did won the Karjala-cup, what will happen this year?
Czech Republic has combined their team mostly from players with experience, who are currently playing on KHL and ELH, but there is also Libor Sulak, who is playing on Lahti Pelicans on the season 2017-2018.
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Wednesday 08.11. Sweden - Czech Republic
Thursday 09.11. Finland - Russia
Friday 10.11. Canada - Sweden
Saturday 11.11. Finland - Sweden
Sunday 12.11. Finland - Canada