Game Report 547 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge
PLAYED AT: Centre 200
Date: Jan 4, 2014
GAME NOTES: RUSSIA SCORES FIVE IN THIRD PERIOD TO WIN U17 BRONZE by David Brien SYDNEY, N.S. – Despite trailing for the most of the game, Russia scored five unanswered goals in the third period to run away with a 6-2 win over Quebec in Saturday’s bronze medal game at the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. Dmitry Zhukenov paced the Russian offence with a goal and two assists, while Artur Tyanulin chipped in with a goal and a helper. Ivan Emets, Aleksandr Zhebelev, Mikhail Byakin and Ivan Kashtanov scored the other goals for Russia, which completed a full medal collection – gold, silver and bronze – in consecutive years. Matthew Boucher (Quebec City, Que./Séminaire St-François, LHMAAAQ), son of former NHLer Philippe Boucher, had both goals for Quebec, which lost the bronze medal game for the second year in a row. It took just 1:42 for Boucher to open the scoring; Maxime Fortier (Lachine, Que./Lac St-Louis, LHMAAAQ) streaked down the wing and delayed his offensive zone entrance before catching Boucher with a magnificent cross-ice pass. Boucher’s low blocker-side wrist shot was slightly out of the reach of Russia’s goaltender Nikita Kolesnikov. Boucher would score again, this time at the 13:41 mark of the first period, when Nicolas Roy (Amos, Que./Chicoutimi, LHJMQ) came around the net and found him all alone atop the slot, and his one-timer beat Kolesnikov. Russia answered before the end of the opening frame, with Emets beating netminder Olivier Tremblay (Saguenay, Que./Jonquière, LHMAAAQ) less than two minutes after Boucher’s second goal. A scoreless second period meant Quebec was just 20 minutes from its first medal since 2006, but the third was all Russia. Five different Russian goal scorers put the puck past Tremblay, beginning with Zhebelev’s power play goal that tied the game at 5:28, followed just 34 seconds later by Zhukenov’s game-winner. Byakin and Tyanulin scored less than two minutes apart to put the game even further out of reach, and Kashtanov, the Russian captain, found the empty net with 2:01 to go to round out the scoring. Quebec finished with a 37-27 advantage in shots on goal, but was turned away time and time again by Kolesnikov, who also earned his first point of the tournament by assisting on Kashtanov’s empty-netter.
Visiting Team: Quebec
Home Team: Russia
QUEBEC LINEUP
Pos No.   Name
G30  Booth, Callum
G31  Tremblay, Olivier
  Henley, David
  Galipeau, Olivier
  Bourque, Simon
  Brisebois, Guillaume
  Meloche, Nicolas
  Roy, Jérémy
  Lalonde, Bradley
  Bell, Jason
 10  Roy, Nicolas
 11  Phelan, James
 12  Beauvillier, Anthony
 14  Gauthier, Julien
 15  Dostie, Alex
 16  Bouchard, Jérémy
 17  Fortier, Maxime
 18  Aquin, Pascal
 19  Gignac, Brandon
 20  Boucher, Matthew
 21  Laberge, Samuel
 22  Blier, Samuel
QUEBEC PENALTIES
Per. No.  Min  Offence Off PP PS Start On
2nd22 2:00 (auto) Interference minor 10:171 10:1711:43
2nd2:00 (auto) Holding minor 14:051 14:057:55
3rd2:00 (auto) Cross-Checking minor 4:121 4:1217:48
3rd12 2:00 Slashing minor 18:471 18:473:13
3rd17 2:00 Roughing minor 18:47  18:473:13
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
RUSSIA LINEUP
Pos No.   Name
G Kolesnikov, Nikita
G30  Samsonov, Ilya
  Platonov, Alexey
  Sidorov, Mikhai
  Fatkullin, Timur
  Rykov, Egor
  Kozyrev, Aleksandr
  Vladimirov, Artem
 11  Kvartalnov, Danila
 12  Ivanyuzhenkov, Artem
 13  Tyanulin, Artur
 14  Byakin, Mikhail
 16  Zhebelev, Aleksandr
 17  Nesterov, Andrei
 18  Alekseev, Denis
 19  Kashtanov, Ivan
 22  Bannikov, Andrei
 23  Tsukanov, Denis
 24  Emets, Ivan
 25  Gurianov, Denis
 27  Zhukenov, Dmitry
 28  Rozhkovskiy, Artem
RUSSIA PENALTIES
Per. No.  Min  Offence Off PP PS Start On
1st22 2:00 (auto) Holding minor 2:121 2:1219:48
1st17 2:00 (auto) Interference minor 16:521 16:525:08
3rd2:00 Roughing minor 18:47  18:473:13
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
QUEBEC Goals QUEBEC PLAYERS (plus) RUSSIA PLAYERS (minus)
Per. Time    G-As1-As2    
1st1:42  20-17-4            
1st13:41  20-10-7            
                
                
                
                
RUSSIA Goals RUSSIA PLAYERS (plus) QUEBEC PLAYERS (minus)
Per. Time    G-As1-As2    
1st15:40  24-11-27            
3rd5:28 PP 16-7-13            
3rd6:02  27-8-11            
3rd13:59  14-27-23            
3rd15:45  13-7            
3rd17:59  19-2-1            
POWER PLAY OPPORTUNITIES
QUEBEC 0 / 2
RUSSIA 1 / 4
PENALTY SUMMARY
QUEBEC 10 min / 5 inf
RUSSIA 6 min / 3 inf
POINT SUMMARY
QUEBEC 2 G + 4 A = 6 Pts
RUSSIA 6 G + 11 A = 17 Pts
SCORING 1 2 3 Total
QUEBEC2002
RUSSIA1056
GOALTENDER/SAVES (Time) 1 2 3 Tot. On Off
QUE - Tremblay (57:30) (L)99321/0:003rd/17:30
QUE - Tremblay (2:01) (L)0000/17:593rd/20:00
RUS - Kolesnikov (60:00) (W)11101435/0:003rd/20:00
Stars of the Game TIME OF GAME:
  -  Start: 11:00 AM
  -  End: 11:00 AM
  -  Attendance:
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CERTIFIED CORRECT
 


This report has been checked and verified against the Official World Under-17 Hockey Challenge Game Report.