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Bulgaria vs. Israel 2-5 (1-0, 0-1, 1-4)

by HENRIK MANNINEN

Israel bounced back from their two losses in the Olympic Qualification by winning a tight final game 5-2. Despite being outshot 30-24, 19-year-old Ilya Spektor became the hero of the day for Israel as he sealed his hat trick and the win thanks to an empty netter with 1:17 to go. Maxim Gokhberg in the Israeli net made 28 saves. 

Israel's head coach Derek Eisler had ahead of this match called on his team to redeem themselves from a 10-5 defeat to Bulgaria at the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division II Group A in South Africa last spring. 

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הוקי קרח ראשלצ באירופה - תקשורת

הוקי קרח ראשלצ באירופה - תקשורת

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'Devils' Rishon IIHF Continental cup games results

Source - http://www.iihf.com/competition/560/group-a/

Devils - Zeytinburnu Istanbul : 4-14

Devils - CSKA Sofia : 1-7

Partizan Belgrad - Devils: 9-1

 

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Dallas Stars Alumni Association To Host Israeli National Team In Charity Game

Taken from Dallas Stars Official web-site http://stars.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=775797

The Dallas Stars announced today that the Dallas Stars Alumni Association will host the Israeli National Team in a charity exhibition game on Saturday, Sept. 12. The game will take place at Dr Pepper Arena in Frisco and will begin at 8:30 p.m.

A number of former Stars players will be participating at the event, including former goaltender Marty Turco, former defenseman and current Stars TV analyst Brent Severyn and many more. Team Israel will feature the nation's elite players, including Sergei Frenkel, the all-time leading point scorer for Team Israel, Daniel Mazour, who is ranked fourth in points all-time in Israel, the all-time Israeli leader in games played, goaltender Yevgeni Gusin, and former Fort Worth Brahmas defenseman Daniel Spivak.

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