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Denmark came second in Lugano, Switzerland October 23-25, 2009
Switzerland won the European Championship for Men 2009 winning over Denmark in the final 6-3 (1-2, 2-0, 3-0) in Lugano, Switzerland on October 25, 2009. In the game for third place Great Britain won over Germany 5-4 (1-2, 2-1, 0-0, 2-1) after extratime and penalty shootout. Switzerland won the first semifinal Sunday against Great Britain with 8-4 (3-2, 5-2) with Switzerland taking the lead in the second half with 5-2 after Great Britain was leading 2-1 in the first half. In the second semifinal Denmark won 6-4 (4-3, 2-1) over Germany in game where a Germany were taking the early lead 1-0 and 2-1 in the first half. 3 powerplay goals for both Denmark and Germany. In the placement games for 5-7th place Austria won their game against Poland 7-5 (3-4, 4-1) after trailing 3-4 at halftime. Netherland won 6-2 (4-0, 2-2)over Poland who then placed 7th in the tournament. In their last game Netherland won 10-5 (4-2, 6-3) over Austria. Netherland placed 5th and Austria placed 6th.

Saturday started with the first game between Poland and Switzerland with a Swiss victory by 3-0 (1-0, 2-0). Great Britain won 4-1 (2-1, 2-1) over Netherland. In a very though game Denmark came from behind 0-2 and 1-3 to win 10-5 (3-3, 7-2) over Germany with all goals scored in powerplays. Netherland won their first game 8-5 (4-1, 4-4) over Poland. Denmark stayed undefeated in the tournament by beating Great Britain by 3-2 (2-0, 1-2). Austria won their first game 7-6 (2-6, 4-1) over Poland who came from down 2-6 to tie up the game at 6-6. Germany and Switzerland played 5-5 (2-2, 3-3) in a game where Germany were leading by 5-3 with 1 minutes and 13 seconds to go and playing powerplay. Switzerland tied up the game with 19 seconds to go on a penalty shot. Netherland won their second game of the groupplay 6-5 (3-1, 3-4) over Austria. Denmark lost to Switzerland with 2-6 (0-3, 2-3). In the last group game Great Britain won over Germany with 4-3 (1-2, 3-1). Placement after the groupplay was 1: Denmark 10 points, 2: Great Britain 10 points, 3: Switzerland 9 points, 4: Germany 7 points, 5: Netherland 4 points, 6: Austria 2 points and 7: Poland 0 points.

First goal of the tournament on Friday was scored by David Tözen from Germany after 10 seconds play against Austria. Germany won the game easily 9-2 (3-1, 6-1) over Austria. Great Britain won in a close game 3-2 (1-0, 2-2) over the host team from Switzerland with the deciding goal scored with 15 seconds to go by Scott Clark. Denmark won big over Poland 17-0 (7-0, 10-0). Fastest goal of the tournament scored by Mick Tanner after 4 seconds in Great Britains win 5-1 (2-0, 3-1) over Austria. Germany clear victory over Netherland with 9-3 (3-0, 6-3). Denmark won a close match over Austria with 5-2 (1-1, 3-1) with first goal to Denmark after 35 second but where Austria tied up the game twice. Switzerland won in a tight game with 3-1 over Netherland (1-0, 2-1). Germany won in controlled game 9-2 over Poland (5-0, 4-2). Switzerland scored 14 goals in a 14-1 (4-1, 10-0) win against Austria after Austria had taken the early lead. Great Britain won 8-2 (3-2, 5-0) over Poland after Poland was leading twice. In the last game Friday Denmark won with 10-5 (3-2, 7-3) over Netherland.

Fair Play Cup won by Poland.

Topscorer (Points, Goals and Assists).
1: # 11 Oliver Sommer, Denmark 22 points (10 goals, 12 assists).
2: # 15 Robin Stilling, Denmark 20 points (16 goals, 4 assists).
3: # 69 John Versteeg, Netherland 20 points (11 goals, 9 assists).
3: # 23 Tony Demelinne, Netherland 20 points (11 goals, 9 assists).

All Star Team:
Goalkeeper: #2, James Tanner, Great Britain
Outfield Player: #23, Simon Artz, Germany.
Outfield Player: #8, Marcel Mörsch, Germany.
Outfield Player: #71, Emmanuel Weiss, Switzerland.
Outfield Player: #12, Lukas Fettinger, Germany.

No. Time Game Result Remarks
Friday, 23 October 2009
1 09:00 Austria vs. Germany 2:9 (1-3 , 1-6)
2 10:05 Switzerland vs. Great Britain 2:3 (0-1 , 2-2)
3 11:10 Denmark vs. Poland 17:0 (7-0 , 10-0)
4 12:15 Austria vs. Great Britain 1:5 (0-2 , 1-3)
5 13:20 Germany vs. Netherland 9:3 (3-0 , 6-3)
6 14:25 Denmark vs. Austria 5:2 (1-1 , 4-1)
7 15:30 Switzerland vs. Netherland 3:1 ( 1-0 , 2-1)
8 16:35 Poland vs. Germany 2:9 (0-5 , 2-4)
9 17:40 Austria vs. Switzerland 1:14 (1-4 , 0-10)
10 18:45 Great Britain vs. Poland 8:2 (3-2 , 5-0)
11 19:50 Netherland vs. Denmark 5:10 (2-3 , 3-7)
Saturday, 24 October 2009
12 09:00 Poland vs. Switzerland 0:3 (0-1, 0-2)
13 10:05 Great Britain vs. Netherland 4:1 (2-1, 2-1)
14 11:10 Germany vs. Denmark 5:10 (3-3, 2-7)
15 12:15 Netherland vs. Poland 8:5 (4-1, 4-4)
16 13:20 Great Britain vs. Denmark 2:3 (0-2, 2-1)
17 14:25 Poland vs. Austria 6:7 (2-6, 4-1)
18 15:30 Switzerland vs. Germany 5:5 (2-2, 3-3)
19 16:35 Netherland vs. Austria 6:5 (3-1, 3-4)
20 17:40 Denmark vs. Switzerland 2:6 (0-3, 2-3)
21 18:45 Germany vs. Great Britain 3:4 (2-1, 1-3)
Sunday, 25 October 2009
22 09:00 Austria (6th Preliminary Round) vs. Poland (7th Preliminary Round) 7:5 (3-4, 4-1) Placement 5-7
23 10:05 Great Britain (2nd Preliminary Round) vs. Switzerland (3rd Preliminary Round) 4:8 (2-3, 2-5) Semi Final
24 11:25 Poland (7th Preliminary Round) vs. Netherland (5th Preliminary Round) 2:6 Placement 5-7
25 12:30 Denmark (1st Preliminary Round) vs. Germany (4th Preliminary Round) 6:4 (4-3, 2-1) Semi Final
26 13:50 Netherland (5th Preliminary Round) vs. Austria (6th Preliminary Round) 10:5 (4-2, 6-3) Placement 5-7
27 10:55 Great Britain (Loser game 23) vs. Germany (Loser game 25) 5:4 (1-2, 2-1, 0-0, 2-1) extra time and penalty shootout Place 3/4
28 14:00 Switzerland (Winner Game 23) vs. Denmark (Winner Game 25) 6:2 (1-2, 2-0, 3-0) Place 1/2 (TV Broadcast)


European Championship for Men taking place in Lugano, Switzerland on October 23-25, 2009. Teams from 7 countries participing from Austria, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Netherland, Poland and Switzerland. Defending champion is Germany. Homepage for tournament is www.sayaluca.ch. The Final Sunday will be televised live on Swiss television - see more information on the host website.

 By Sommer Erik

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