2017 Junior Club World Cup participants revealed

2017 Junior Club World Cup participants revealed

11 Jul 2017 | mhl.khl.ru
 

There will be eight participating teams from seven countries this year

 
 
 
 

2017 Junior Cub World Cup participants have been revealed. The tournament will take place from August 19th to August 27th in two Sverdlovsk Region towns – Yekaterinburg and Verkhnyaya Pyshma. There will be eight participating teams from seven countries this year – Kazakhstan, Latvia, Russia, Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland and Sweden.

As per tradition, the participants are junior teams from hockey countries around the world. Russia will be represented by reigning Kharlamov Cup champions Krasnaya Armiya Moscow and Avto Yekaterinburg, as the hosts of the tournament.

Junior Hockey League will also be represented by 2016 Junior Club World Cup bronze medalists Snow Leopard Astana and HK Riga from Latvia.

There will also be four teams from four other countries. Finnish Jokerit play in Junior SM-Liiga and will participate at Junior Club World Cup for the second time in franchise history. Last year the team came in fourth. Ocelari Trinec made the finals of Czech junior league this past season and will make their debut at Junior Club World Cup. Swedish MODO Örnsköldsvik are reigning champions of Junior SuperElit and will also participate at the tournament for the first time. HC Davos are a 4-time Junior Swiss League champions. Last season the team was eliminated in quarterfinal.

Ico Facebook Ico Del.icio.us Ico Stumbleupon Ico Twitter Ico Digg it
Print
Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 22 Apr 2018 |  Sebastian Moberg  (F)
     
    Espoo UnitedarrowHermes Kokkola
  2. 22 Apr 2018 |  Jonatan Fornbrant  (G)
     
    BIK KarlskogaarrowKumla HC Black Bulls
  3. 22 Apr 2018 |  Petter Runesson  (D)
     
    Vimmerby HockeyarrowÖstersunds IK
  4. 22 Apr 2018 |  Axel Björklund  (D)
     
    IF Malmö RedhawksarrowHelsingborgs HC
  5. 22 Apr 2018 |  Brandon Buck  (F)
     
    UPC Vienna CapitalsarrowThomas Sabo Ice Tigers
  6. 22 Apr 2018 |  Max Janke  (D)
     
    ECC Preussen Berlinarrowretired as player
  7. 22 Apr 2018 |  Philip Grunwald  (D)
     
    ECC Preussen Berlinarrowretired as player

Leagues

Czech Rep.:  Tipsport extraliga | 1.liga | 2.liga

Finland:  Liiga | Mestis

Germany:  DEL | DEL2

Russia:  KHL | VHL

Slovakia:  Tipsport Extraliga | 1.liga

Sweden:  SHL | HockeyAllsvenskan

Switzerland:  NLA | NLB

Other:  EBEL | Belarus | Croatia | Denmark | Estonia | France | Great Britain | Iceland | Italy | Latvia | Lithuania | MOL-liga | Norway | Poland | Romania | Serbia | Slovenia | Spain | NHL | AHL |

Leagues statistic
League standings
 
Game fixtures
 
League leaders
 
 
 
Headlines

Växjö Lakers win the Swedish national championship 2017-8

Växjö Lakers were deservedly crowned Swedish national championships 2017-8 after a convincing 4-0 series win over Skellefteå AIK. Whilst their opponents had been best in points scored during the playoffs, the Lakers utterly outclassed the team who had played in six ... Read more»

Top 3 Sports Betting Apps in Europe

In the era of mobile phones, tablets, and various other portable electronic devices, people expect to have access to pretty much everything from the palm of their hand. Things are no different when it comes to sports betting. In fact, it ... Read more»

© Copyright 2018 European Ice Hockey Online AB & eSports.cz s.r.o. | info@eurohockey.com
Hokejová výstroj