23 October 2019
WFC U19

U19 WFC 2017: Facts and numbers

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Want to know as much about this year’s U19 World Championships in just a couple of minutes? Well here it is, the WFC 2016 summarized in numbers and facts!

Location
Växjö, Sweden

Date
May 3-7th

Edition
9th

Arenas
VIDA Arena (5 750 capacity)
Fortnox Arena (1 600 capacity)

Most spectators
(Final) Finland – Sweden: 2 656

Final standings
A-division
1. Finland
2. Sweden
3. Czech Republic
4. Switzerland
5. Latvia
6. Denmark
7. Slovakia
8. Poland (relegated to B-division)

B-division
1. Norway (promoted to A-division)
2. Estonia
3. Germany
4. Australia
5. Hungary
6. Canada
7. USA
8. Japan

All-star team

A-division
Goalkeeper
Pontus Zarins, Sweden

Defenders
Ondrej Nemecek, Czech Republic
Antti Soumela, Finland

Centre
Simon Laubscher, Switzerland

Forwards
Joona Rantala, Finland
Heikki Iiskola, Finland

B-division
Goalkeeper
Eythan Yeo, Australia

Defenders
Marius Pedersen, Norway
Ludvik Hansen, Norway

Centre
Simen Lenborg, Norway

Forward
Andreas Öun, Estonia
Nils Hofferbert, Germany

Most goals in a game
Latvia – Poland 13-10

Least goals scored in a game
Australia – Germany 3-1

Top scorers (A-division)
1. Justus Kainulainen (Finland): 16 (11+5)
2. Wojciech Malajka (Poland): 15 (13+2)
3. Heikki Iiskola (Finland): 15 (9+6)
4. Joona Rantala (Finland): 13 (4+9)
5. Simon Laubscher (Switzerland): 12 (5+7)
6. Michal Dudovic (Slovakia): 11 (6+5)
7. Kasper Broby (Sweden): 10 (6+4)
8. Otto Weidman (Sweden): 10 (5+5)
9. Oskar Malmgren (Sweden): 10 (5+5)
10. Filip Langer (Czech Republic): 9 (8+1)

Top save percentage (A-division)
1. Pontus Zarins (Sweden): 67 saves, 8 goals against (89%)
2. Olli Kuisma (Finland): 24 saves, 4 goals against (86%)
3. Riku Saarentola (Finland): 93 saves, 17 goals against (85%)
4. Marek Kyselica (Slovakia): 55 saves, 12 goals against (82%)
5. Cyril Haldemann (Switzerland): 13 saves, 3 goals against (81%)
6. Yanick Flury (Switzerland): 94 saves, 25 goals against (79%)
7. Daniel Muck (Czech Republic): 81 saves, 24 goals against (77%)
8. Emils Erglis (Latvia): 38 saves, 13 goals against (75%)
9. Adam Kohut (Slovakia): 65 shots, 23 goals against (74%)
10. Andreas Blom (Sweden): 45 saves, 16 goals against (74%)

Top scorers (B-division)
1. Felix Robillard (Canada): 13 (10+3)
2. Marius Pedersen (Norway): 13 (7+6)
3. Liam Perry (Australia): 12 (12+0)
4. Nils Nofferbert (Germany): 12 (11+1)
5. Andreas Oun (Estonia): 12 (9+3)
6. Csaba Bondor (Hungary): 11 (7+4)
7. Cameron Buck (Canada): 11 (7+4)
8. Casper Sletten (Norway): 10 (6+4)
9. Adrien Matthews (Canada): 10 (6+4)
10. Hannes Linnes (Norway): 9 (6+3)

Top save percentage (B-division)
1. Simon Totik (Hungary): 6 saves, 1 goal against (86%)
2. Daniel Valenti (Australia): 45 saves, 8 goals against (85%)
3. Karl Kalm (Estonia): 34 saves, 8 goals against (81%)
4. Eythan Yeoh (Australia): 45 saves, 12 goals against (79%)
5. Jonas Gjesvold (Norway): 26 saves, 7 goals against (79%)
6. Nicolas Flathmann (Germany): 45 saves, 14 goals against (76%)
7. Jan Lemke (Germany): 22 saves, 7 goals against (76%)
8. Zoltan Szuri (Hungary): 65 saves, 21 goals against (76%)
9. Karl-Erik Kruusmaa (Estonia): 61 saves, 21 goals against (74%)
10. Jonathan Holmstrom (Norway): 34 saves, 21 goals against (74%)

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