Mexico and Colombia won in Pan-American Tournament open

Mexico and Colombia won in Pan-American Tournament open

03 Mar 2014 | Davide Tuniz
 

After several postponements the first Pan-American Tournament began today in Mexico City

 
 
 
 

The first Pan-American Tournament, endorsed by the IIHF but organized by the Mexican Ice Hockey Federation, started today at the IceDome Sur in Mexico City. Five teams - host Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil and Canada - take part in the tournament. for Brazil and Colombia is hte first ever partecipation in an international competition. Canada roster is a mix of former universitarian and junior players.

In the first day Colombia surprisingly defeated Argentina 11-1 with four goals by Daniel Echeverri the only Colombian player playing in a ice hockey team - Florida Gulf Coast University in ACHA Division 2 - while the others are all inline players. Argentina, where a domestic dispute divided from years the Argentinean Ice Hockey Federation (FAHH) and the Argentinean Icehockey and Inline Federation (AAHHL), sent in Mexico a roster formed by AAHHL players, usually playin inline, and not with icehockey players.

In front of 1.000 spectators Mexico routed Brazil 16-0, alligning the best roster with players usually competing in IIHF World Championship. Brazil is in Mexico without captain Ge Cardoso

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