Olympic Round-Up: Timonen Captures Bronze

Schedule, Results, Bracket & more at the Men's Ice Hockey Olympic Tournament

Saturday, 02.22.2014 / 11:00 AM www.PhiladelphiaFlyers.com

BRONZE MEDAL GAME: Saturday, Feb. 22

GOLD MEDAL GAME: Sunday, Feb. 23


Qualification Round schedule below


FINAL: Slovenia 4, Austria 0 (Slovenia faces Sweden)

FINAL: Russia 4, Norway 0 (Russia faces Finland)

Czech Republic vs. Slovakia (winner faces USA)

Switzerland vs. Latvia (winner faces Canada)

QUARTERFINALS – Wednesday, Feb. 19

Sweden vs. Slovenia

Finland vs. Russia

USA vs. winner CZE-SVK

Canada vs. winner SUI-LAT


ASF: Medal Round predictions

ASF: Did you catch your breath?

ASF: Streit & Voracek


ASF: Jake's GWG

JG: NHL-Olympic History

Flyers TV: Players Olympic Memory

Flyers TV: Saunders & Bundy - Olympic Effect

Flyers TV: Where are the Flyers?

Flyers TV: Jerseys Presented

Flyers TV: Players are watching what??


* Michael Raffl posted three shots on goal in 20:26 of ice-time, second-most on Austria, on 26 shifts as Austria dropped a 4-0 decision to Slovenia to be eliminated from the Olympic Tournament.

* Raffl finished the tournament second on Austria in scoring with three points (1g-2a), including the game-winning goal in the team's only victory in four games.

* The tournament was Raffl's first Olympic Games.


* Andrej Meszaros posted 32 shifts, tied for second-most on the team, for 20:39 of ice-time as Slovakia fell to Russia, 1-0 in a shootout.

* Meszaros also had a game-saving block in overtime on Alex Ovechkin that helped force the shootout.

* Michael Raffl scored the game-winning goal as Austria defeated Norway, 3-1 on Sunday. He recorded three shots on goal and 20:58 of ice-time.

* Raffl finished the preliminary round with three points, a goal and two assists, in three games as Austria went 1-2-0.

* Mark Streit recorded 22:36 of ice-time for Switzerland, who won another 1-0 game, this time defeating Czech Republic on Saturday.

* The Swiss have given up just one goal in three games and have recorded just two goals during the preliminary round.

* Jakub Voracek recorded one shot on goal in 13:17 of ice-time for the Czech Republic in a 1-0 loss to Switzerland on Friday.


* Mark Streit earned the only assist on Switzerland’s game-winning goal in the final seconds of regulation and played a game-high 22:58 as Switzerland skated to a 1-0 win over Latvia on Wednesday.

* Streit recorded 19:34 of ice-time on 23 shifts as the Swiss fell by a score of 1-0 to Sweden on Friday.

* He has nine points (3g-6a) in 18 career Olympic appearances.

* The Swiss have now allowed just one goal on 47 shots through the first two games.

* Jakub Voracek recorded four shots on goal in 15:35 of ice-time in his Olympic debut as Czech Republic dropped a 4-2 decision to Sweden on Wednesday.

* Posted a goal, his first of the tournament, in just 10:51 of ice-time to help lead Czech Republic to a 4-2 win over Latvia on Friday.

* Michael Raffl collected two assists in 15:45 of playing time for Austria in his Olympic debut in an 8-4 loss to Finland on Thursday.

* Raffl recorded 15:32 of ice-time in 25 shifts in a 6-0 loss to Canada on Friday.

* Kimmo Timonen posted an assist, recorded three shots on goal and logged 17:31 of ice-time and a +1 rating in Finland's 8-4 victory over Austria on Thursday.

* Timonen recorded one shot in 17:52 of ice-time in Finland's 6-1 win over Norway on Friday.

* He now has 12 points (3g-9a) in 26 career Olympic appearances.

* Andrej Meszaros played 13:56 in Slovakia's only game of the tournament thus far, dropping a 7-1 decision to USA on Thursday.

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