Game, tournament and promotion for Czechs

Game, tournament and promotion for Czechs

11 Apr 2011 | Lukáš Peroutka
 

Czech Republic beat France in a pulsating climax of World Women's Division II in Caen, France, sealed the top spot in the tournament and earned promotion to Division I for next season.

 
 
 
 
Great Britain 2:4 Italy

Battle for the 4th spot turned out to be positive for the Italian team. Great Britain took a lead late in second period, but was under constant fire. Italy outshot its opponent 42:13 and finally tuned the game around in the final period with two goals in four minutes.

Czech Republic 3:0 France

In a winner-takes-all clash, Czechs produced a superb defensive display to repel all French attacks and did not concede a single goal for the second game in a row. French team, supported by the home crowd, kept the score tight for 58 minutes, until Nikola Tomigova made it 2-0 and then scored an empty net goal to put a stamp on Czech promotion ticket.

Best player awards

Goalkeeper: Caroline Baldin (France)
Defender: Katerina Flachsova (Czech Republic)
Forward: Josefine Jakobsen (Denmark)

Final standings

# Team G W W-OT L-OT L Score P
1 Czech Republic 5 5 0 0 0 23:2 15
2 France 4 4 0 0 1 13:5 12
3 Denmark 5 3 0 0 2 17:12 9
4 Italy 5 2 0 0 3 11:9 6
5 Great Britain 5 1 0 0 4 10:21 3
6 PRK 5 0 0 0 5 0:25 0

All games of People Republic of Korea were forfeited 0-5 and awarded to the opposing team.

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