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The 2008 World Championship is held in Halifax and Quebec City, Canada, from May 2nd to may 18th 2008. The venues are the Le Colisée in Quebec City and the Metro Centre in Halifax.

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Participating teams

Rosters

As of May 1st 2008

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Belarus

  • Goaltenders: Vitali Koval, Dmitri Karpikov, Dmitri Milchakov.
  • Defencemen: Alexander Makritsky, Andrei Antonov, Viktor Kostyuchenok, Oleg Leontiev, Sergei Kolosov, Alexander Zhurik, Andrei Bashko.
  • Forwards: Andrei Mikhalev, Yaroslav Chupris, Alexander Borovkov, Artem Senkevitch, Alexander Kulakov, Dmitri Dudik, Evgeny Kurilin, Sergei Demagin, Sergei Zadelenov, Dmitri Meleshko, Oleg Antonenko, Alexei Kalyuzhny, Alexei Ugarov, Konstantin Koltsov.
  • Coaching staff: Curt Fraser (Head coach), Glen Hanlon, Eduard Zankovets, Vladimir Tsyplanov.

Canada

Czech Republic

Denmark

  • Goaltenders Patrick Galbraith, Peter Hirsch.
  • Defencemen Andreas Andreasen, Mads Bodker, Morten Dahlmann, Jesper Damgaard, Stefan Lassen, Daniel Nielsen, Mads Schaarup.
  • Forwards Mads Christensen, Kasper Degn, Thor Dresler, Lars Eller, Morten Green, Nichlas Hardt, Christoffer Kjaergaard, Kim Lykkeskov, Morten Madsen, Frans Nielsen, Bo Nordby-Andersen, Rasmus Olsen, Peter Regin, Michael Smidt, Kim Staal.
  • Coaching staff Mike Sirant (Head coach), Stefan Lunner.

Finland

France

  • Goaltenders Cristobal Huet, Fabrice Lhenry, Eddy Ferhi.
  • Defencemen Baptiste Amar, Vincent Bachet, Nicolas Besch, Jean-François Bonnard, Simon Lacroix, Benoît Quessandier, Teddy Trabichet.
  • Forwards Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, Sébastien Bordeleau, Olivier Coqueux, Julien Desrosiers, Laurent Gras, Kévin Hecquefeuille, François Rozenthal, Antoine Lussier, Laurent Meunier, Luc Tardif, Yorick Treille, Sacha Treille, Jonathan Zwickel.
  • Coaching staff Dave Henderson (Head coach), Pierre Pousse.

Germany

Italy

  • Goaltenders Andrea Carpano, Günther Hell, Adam Russo, Thomas Tragust.
  • Defencemen Christian Borgatello, Steven Patrick Gallace, Armin Helfer, Armin Hofer, Carlo Lorenzi, Andreas Lutz, Florian Ramoser, André Signoretti, Michele Strazzabosco, Carter Trevisani.
  • Forwards Luca Ansoldi, Paolo Bustreo, Mario Chitarroni, Jason Cirone, Giorgio De Bettin, Manuel De Toni, Nicola Fontanive, Patrick Iannone, Marco Insam, Stefano Margoni, John Parco, Thomas Pichler, Jonathan Pittis, Roland Ramoser, Giulio Scandella.
  • Coaching staff Michel Goulet (Head coach), Fabio Polloni.

Latvia

  • Goaltenders Sergejs Naumovs, Dmitrijs Zabotinskis, Edgars Masalskis.
  • Defencemen Rodrigo Lavins, Arvids Rekis, Agris Saviels, Guntis Galvins, Aleksandrs Jerofejevs, Jekabs Redlihs, Janis Andersons, Krisjanis Redlihs, Georgijs Pujacs.
  • Forwards Janis Sprukts, Juris Stals, Viktors Blinovs, Sergejs Pecura, Lauris Darzins, Herberts Vasilijevs, Aleksejs Sirokovs, Aleksandrs Nizivijs, Armands Berzins, Mikelis Redlihs, Guntis Dzerins, Martins Cipulis, Aleksandrs Macijevskis.
  • Coaching staff Olegs Znaroks (Head coach), Harijs Vitolins.

Norway

  • Goaltenders Ruben Smith, Pal Grotnes, André Lysenstoen.
  • Defencemen Juha Kaunismäki, Jonas Holos, Tommy Jakobsen, Erik Ryman, Mats Trygg, Henrik Odegaard, Matthias Holmsted, Anders Myrvold.
  • Forwards Mads Hansen, Marius Holtet, Lars Erik Spets, Eirik Skadsdammen, Per-Age Skroder, Anders Bastiansen, Morten Ask, Martin Roymark, Kristian Forsberg, Mats Froshaug, Kjell Richard Nygard, Steffen Thoresen, Mathis Olimb, Mats Z. Aasen.
  • Coaching staff Roy Johansen (Head coach), Sjur Robert Nilsen.

Russia

Slovakia

Slovenia

  • Goaltenders Gaber Glavic, Andrej Hocevar, Robert Kristan.
  • Defencemen Damjan Dervaric, Sabaduhin Kovacevic, Ales Kranjc, Jakov Milovanovic, Ziga Pavlin, Miha Rebolj, Mitja Robar, Andrej Tavzelj, Dejan Varl, Uros Vidmar.
  • Forwards Jurij Golicic, Tomo Hafner, Andrej Hebar, Ziga Jeglic, Anze Kopitar, Marjan Manfreda, Egon Muric, Ales Music, Rok Pajic, Gregor Poloncic, Boris Pretnar, Tomaz Razingar, David Rodman, Marcel Rodman, Anze Terlikar.
  • Coaching staff Mats Wallin (Head coach), Matjaz Kopitar, Andrej Brodnik.

Sweden

Switzerland

  • Goaltenders Martin Gerber, Jonas Hiller, Ronnie Rüger.
  • Defencemen Goran Bezina, Severin Blindenbacher, Raphael Diaz, Beat Forster, Philippe Furrer, Beat Gerber, Matthias Seger, Julien Vauclair.
  • Forwards Andrea Ambühl, Patrik Bärtschi, Thomas Déruns, Paul DiPietro, Peter Guggisberg, Sandy Jeannin, Romano Lemm, Thibaut Monnet, Thierry Paterlini, Marc Reichert, Raffaele Sannitz, Julien Sprunger, Roman Wick, Thomas Ziegler.
  • Coaching staff Ralph Krüger (Head coach), Jakob Kolliker, Peter John Lee.

United-States

Rules

For standing purposes, points shall be awarded as follows:

   * 3 points for a win in regulation time
   * 2 points for a win in overtime or in shootout
   * 1 point for a loss in overtime or in shootout
   * No points for a loss in regulation tme

If a game is tied after regulation time, a five-minute four-on-four sudden-death overtime session is played followed by a three-player shootout if necessary. Exceptions: Quarter finals, Semi final and Bronze Medal overtime session are 10 minutes and Gold Medal game overtime session is 20 minutes.

If teams are tied in a standing based on points, the following tie-breakers are applied: 1) The most points earned in direct games involving tied teams. 2) The best goal differential in direct games involving tied teams. 3) The most goal scored in direct games involving tied teams. 4) Follow steps 1, 2 and 3 with games involving the highest non-tied team in the same group. 5) Repeat step 4 with games involving the second highest non-tied team in the same group. 6) Continue this process with all non-tied team games.

Preliminary round

Results

All times are local (UTC-3).

May 2nd 2008

May 3rd 2008

Standings

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Relegation round

Final round

Quarter Finals

Semi Finals

5th place match

Bronze medal match

Gold medal match

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Aftermath


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