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The Czech youngsters did not allow surprises, after a high win over Austria they will play the quarterfinals iROZHLAS

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The Czech Hockey Twenty won in its final match in the basic group B at the World Championships in Edmonton over the newcomer Austria 7-0 and secured a place in the quarterfinals. The play-off starts on Saturday and the team of coach Karel Mlejnek will face the winner of the match between Canada and Finland, which will start at midnight. The playoffs start on Saturday and the team of coach Karel Mlejnek will face Canada, which, after a 4: 1 victory over Finland, won Group A without losing a point.


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22:34 31. 12. 2020 (Updated: 3:27 AM January 1, 2021)

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The joy of Czech hockey players after a goal scored Photo: AP / Jason Franson | Source: CTK

The Czech team had enough point with Austria to move to the playoffs, on the other hand, it had no hope of jumping higher from the fourth position. The Austrians resisted until the 27th minute, when the back was Šimon Kubíček. Until the end of the second part, Martin Lang won twice and Filip Přikryl once. Pavel Novák, back David Jiříček and captain Jan Myšák also scored in the final act. Goal Nick Malík had 15 successful interventions for a clean sheet, his teammates sent 61 attempts to the Austrian goal.


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The Czechs entered without the punished defender Krutil and the injured attackers Pytlík and Gut. Malík stood in the goal from the beginning. Mlejnek’s team had the upper hand, but the Austrians resisted. Rychlovský missed the first chance, Malík was tested by the talent of Rossi, whom she drafted in ninth place Minnesota this year.

Raška had a great chance in the sixth minute, but he failed on Wraneschitz and neither he nor Novák succeeded with the stops. Then Beránek did not have an exact line of sight and Rychlovský failed with his attempt. After Klikork’s hesitation, he did not prepare Harnisch’s puck well for the Hochegger run. Raška was on the other side. With the exclusion of Rossi, the Austrians resisted and Harnisch was still pushing for a chance.

At the beginning of the second part, Peeters had the opportunity, who found himself in front of Malík, but missed the backhand ending. But otherwise the Czech team stepped up the pressure. Teplý could open the score with a dotted shot, after the Vitouch penetration or in the 25th minute by an attempt from the left circle Svozil, after which the Austrians helped the upper bar.

At 26:21, the Czechs were already rejoicing thanks to Kubíček’s shot from the blue line, which jumped on the ice over Wraneschitz’s left concrete. Canadian judges Garon and Kowalski checked Novák’s position on the goal post in the video and acknowledged the goal. In the 33rd minute, Lang took advantage of another onslaught, overcoming the lying Wraneschitz, who was pushed a while earlier by Tschofen Teplý. Confirmation of the goal was again brought by the video.

In six minutes and six seconds, Lang registered among the shooters for the second time, this time overcoming the goalkeeper of Vienna from the blue line and consolidating his position as the best Czech shooter in the tournament with three goals. Another 33 seconds before the second break, Mužík found a backhand in front of the Přikryl goal and it was 4: 0. Mlejnek’s selection dominated the second part for 23: 2 shots.

The clear picture of the game in favor of the Czech team did not change and the Austrians, who became the elite for the first time since 2010, were under fire as in previous duels. After 99 seconds of the third part, Novák hit the closer stick from the left side.

Mužík did not take another chance and in the 50th minute Beránek hit the top bar. The Austrian goalkeeper also managed to finish Teplý or Captain Myšák. In the 57th minute, the seventeen-year-old youngest player of the Czech team, Jiříček, scored, whose shot from the blue line was run by Kutzer’s back. The result was completed 26 seconds before the end after Lang’s pass Myšák.

Group B:
CR – Austria 7: 0 (0: 0, 4: 0, 3: 0)
Goals and recordings: 27. Kubíček (A. Raška, D. Vitouch), 33. M. Lang (Haš, Svozil), 39. M. Lang (Myšák, Kubíček), 40. F. Přikryl (Mužík, M. Beránek ), 42. P. Novák (A. Raška, Jiříček), 57. Jiříček (D. Vitouch, P. Novák), 60. Myšák (M. Lang, Teplý). Judges: Garon, Kowalski – Foster, McGowan (all Can.). Exclusion: 0: 1. No use. No spectators.

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