After the list of the 4 players that left their mark on this WFC, we asked who you would add to the list. So here it
Peteris Trekse (LAT)
The one to top this list, Peteris Trekse, was mentioned more times than any other player in this list. Born in 1999, the 19-year old tall forward plays for Latvian club FK Lekrings. 1+6 points
Klavs Jansons (LAT)
Another massive talent from Latvian origin who undoubtedly will be of great value in solidifying his national team for the future. His debut WFC was nothing but
We wrote extensively about Michal Dudovic and published a 2-part interview with him (part 1 | part 2) with this massive talent. On his second WFC, the 19-year old who plays for SV
The Gartner twins (AUS)
Australia is lucky. They got one massive talent and another one for free. Tomas and Daniel Gartner had their WFC debut 2 years ago but are totally killing it. In total, the twins stood for 18 points (8 for Tomas, 10 for Daniel) and greatly contributed to the fact Australia, for the first time in history, made it to the playoffs.
Ken Pahn (EST)
Estonia had a relatively bleak presence during the WFC finishing in tenth place. One player, however, to stand out in the team was 22-year old Ken Pahn. Impressively, the forward scored 11 goals in his first-ever WFC appearance.
Juin Jie Ng (SIN)
Juin Jie Ng’s international floorball journey only started 1 year ago when he represented his country during the Asia-Oceania Cup and took him to Prague this year. The 21-year old, who plays for Victoria Schools, scored 4 goals on his first-ever WFC!
Alexander Rinefalk (THA)
Another very impressive performance from the Thai forward Alexander Rinefalk with 20 points this WFC (6+14). The player, who plays for the Swedish SSL team Örebro, played again a crucial role for his team.
Special thanks to everybody who commented, especially Tomas Rambousek.