today 09:07 | Slovak hockey players will be waiting for the match to advance to the quarterfinals against Denmark from 15.20. After the morning skating, which included eleven players and two goalkeepers, the coaches confirmed the line-up for the duel for everything. Read also the World Hockey Championship: What does Denmark’s victory over Canada mean for Slovakia? Slightly … Patrik Rybár is still injured and for the fifth time Adam Húska will stand between the three poles, Matej Tomek will cover his back again. Formations, whether defensive or offensive, remain unchanged, the Slovaks will play, as against Italy, eight defenders and twelve attackers. The attackers Jakub Minárik, who will not be injured until the match, and Kristián Pospíšil, who are not given a chance by the coaches from the first third of the match in Kazakhstan, in which he fouled twice, will remain in the stands. In the first defense, we will see Washington Capitals defender Martin Fehérváry alongside the experienced Petr Čerešňák. Liberec player Michal Ivan will be next to 18-year-old Simon Nemc. We will see the third pair in the form of Adam Jánošík and Mário Grman and in the fourth defense Mislav Rosandič with Daniel Gachulinc will present. He has an elite attack on the center of Michal Krištof, whose wings are NHL player Tomáš Tatar and also 18-year-old Juraj Slafkovský. Miloš Roman will go to the throw-ins in the second, Pavol Regenda and Samuel Takáč will fight with him. The third formation will be with Robert Lantoš, Alex Tamáš and Adam Lišk. The last attack is in the middle of Andrej Kollár, 17-year-old Adam Sýkora and Mário Lunter. Squad to Denmark: Húska (Tomek) Fehérváry – Čerešňák Ivan – Nemec Jánošík – Grman Rosandič – Gachulinec Slafkovský – Tatar – Krištof Takáč – Roman – Regenda Lantoši – Tamáši – Liška Sýkora – Kollár – Lunter The Danes only finished the fight with Canada last night they won sensationally 3: 2. “It simply came to our notice then. Canada entered it a bit lukewarm, in the fifth minute it could be 3: 0. The Danes did not put in an empty goal, they had one run and only then they scored the first goal. They played what we expected. They defend well and go on dangerous counterattacks, “said assistant coach Andrej Podkonický after the training. What does it mean for them that the Danes surprised their favorites? “We are going to win it, and we have to keep that in mind. That they defeated Canada cannot affect us. ”However, this affected the situation in the table, if the Slovaks want to advance, they have to win for three points. If they want to be confident of progress right after the match and not wait for Canada to beat France, they must win by three goals. Do they solve it in the cabin? “Not really. We’re going to win. I don’t think Canada will lose three times in a row at these championships. They will enter the match differently. But we have to focus on ourselves, “Podkonický said of Canada, which also lost to Switzerland before the Danes. Could it be an advantage that the Danes finished the match late in the evening and another one awaits them the next day? “The longer the match lasts, the more we could have. We have a younger team and we have to play our fast hockey, get them under pressure and not lose their pucks. They are defending well, and Canada has not allowed much. It is a pity that Canada did not settle and did not go into overtime, it would be even more advantageous. But we can’t see if anyone is tired, but over themselves. ”The Slovaks will also have to deal with a specific defense. “They play personal defense, it’s very difficult to get through them. We have to be patient and play straight into the goal. You may score an ugly goal, but it won’t be easy. We have to be careful about the losses of the pucks and their counterattacks, which happened to Canada, “Podkonický explained in conclusion. Also read the Hockey World Cup: A game for everything against the opposite without visible weaknesses. The last one…
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