2009 Canada Cup (floorball)

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2009 Canada Cup
Elite Division
Tournament details
Host country  Canada
Dates 15 – 17 May 2009
Teams 11
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions United States X-Stream IBK
Runner-up Czech Republic TJ Sokol Jaroměř
Third place Finland M-Team
Tournament statistics
Matches played 26
Goals scored 184 (7.08 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Finland Jonas Hällfors
(18 points)
MVP Sweden Daniel Dalbjer
Infobox last updated on: 01:47, 15 May 2010 (UTC).
Calle Karlsson, captain of X-Stream IBK, is presented with the 2009 Canada Cup elite championship by Canada Cup co-chairs Juha Mikkola and Johanna Kytölä, following their 6:5 victory over the Czech Republic's TJ Sokol Jaroměř.

The 2009 Canada Cup Floorball Championship was the sixth such championship contested in the tournament's history. The tournament took place over 15 to 17 May 2009 at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

California's X-Stream IBK defeated the Czech Republic's TJ Sokol Jaroměř 6:5 in the championship match to capture the gold medal in the elite division.

Canadian teams swept the rest of the 6 divisions, including the brand new high school division, which was won by the Centre Dufferin Royals, and back-to-back championships for both Manitoba in the ladies division and Cambridge FC in the recreational division.

The tournament also saw its first international referees take part, as 4 International Floorball Federation (IFF) officials from the Czech Republic helped bring the refereeing up to international standard.

The competition also saw a withdrawal in the Hammer Conference, where the Georgian national team was slated to play but withdrew due to Visa problems.

As well, the tournament saw its first headline sponsor, as the competition was presented by Source for Sports.

Elite Division results[edit]

Group A: Alpha Conference[edit]

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Club MP W L D GF GA GD PTS
Finland FC Lemmings 3 3 0 0 17 4 +13 6
Canada Sherwood Saints 3 2 1 0 13 14 −1 4
Switzerland UHC Lenzburg 3 1 2 0 7 12 −5 2
United States Innebandy Chicago 3 0 3 0 7 14 −7 0

15 May 2009[edit]

15 May 2009
17.45 ET
Switzerland UHC Lenzburg 2:4
(1:0, 1:4)
Canada Sherwood Saints York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
15 May 2009
20.00 ET
United States Innebandy Chicago 0:4
(0:1, 0:3)
Finland FC Lemmings York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

16 May 2009[edit]

16 May 2009
08.00 ET
Switzerland UHC Lenzburg 4:3
(2:3, 2:0)
United States Innebandy Chicago York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
16 May 2009
09.30 ET
Canada Sherwood Saints 6:4
(2:2, 4:2)
United States Innebandy Chicago York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
16 May 2009
10.15 ET
Finland FC Lemmings 5:1
(2:0, 3:1)
Switzerland UHC Lenzburg York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
16 May 2009
11.45 ET
Canada Sherwood Saints 3:8
(1:4, 2:4)
Finland FC Lemmings York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Group B: Platinum Conference[edit]

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Club MP W L D GF GA GD PTS
Finland M-Team 3 2 0 1 15 7 +8 5
Czech Republic TJ Sokol Jaroměř 3 0 0 3 8 8 0 3
United States NYC Floorball 3 1 1 1 6 7 −1 3
Canada FC Toronto 3 0 2 1 7 14 −7 1

15 May 2009[edit]

15 May 2009
17.00 ET
Czech Republic TJ Sokol Jaroměř 4:4
(3:3, 1:1)
Canada FC Toronto York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
15 May 2009
17.45 ET
United States NYC Floorball 2:5
(1:2, 1:3)
Finland M-Team York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

16 May 2009[edit]

16 May 2009
08.45 ET
Czech Republic TJ Sokol Jaroměř 3:3
(1:2, 2:1)
Finland M-Team York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
16 May 2009
09.30 ET
Canada FC Toronto 1:3
(1:1, 0:2)
United States NYC Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
16 May 2009
11.00 ET
Finland M-Team 7:2
(3:1, 4:1)
Canada FC Toronto York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
16 May 2009
11.45 ET
United States NYC Floorball 1:1
(0:0, 1:1)
Czech Republic TJ Sokol Jaroměř York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Group C: Hammer Conference[edit]

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Club MP W L D GF GA GD PTS
United States X-Stream IBK 2 2 0 0 13 5 +8 4
Canada Montréal United 2 1 1 0 5 11 −6 2
Canada Ottawa Blizzard 2 0 2 0 3 5 −2 0

15 May 2009[edit]

15 May 2009
18.30 ET
Canada Montréal United 3:10
(2:6, 1:4)
United States X-Stream IBK York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

16 May 2009[edit]

16 May 2009
08.45 ET
Canada Ottawa Blizzard 2:3
(1:2, 1:1)
United States X-Stream IBK York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
16 May 2009
10.15 ET
Canada Ottawa Blizzard 1:2
(0:1, 1:1)
Canada Montréal United York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Playoffs[edit]

At this point in the competition, the top 8 clubs from all 3 conferences are ranked and placed into their respective playoff brackets. Draws between clubs were settled by points, wins, head-to-head match-ups, goal differential, goals against, goals for, and finally a coin toss.

Due to the withdrawal of the Georgian national team, the Ottawa Blizzard played UHC Lenzburg in a one-match playoff for the 8th and final playoff spot. This was decided by the tournament jury, which concluded that the highest placed 3rd place club in either the Alpha or Platinum conference would play the last placed club in the Hammer conference.

One-match playoff[edit]

17 May 2009
08.00 ET
Switzerland UHC Lenzburg 1:2
(1:2, 0:0)
Canada Ottawa Blizzard York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Playoff rankings[edit]

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Rank Club MP W L D GF GA GD PTS
1
Finland FC Lemmings 3 3 0 0 17 4 +13 6
2
Finland M-Team 3 2 0 1 15 7 +8 5
3
Canada Sherwood Saints 3 2 1 0 13 14 −1 4
4
United States X-Stream IBK 2 2 0 0 13 5 +8 4
5
United States NYC Floorball 3 1 1 1 6 7 −1 3
6
Czech Republic TJ Sokol Jaroměř 3 0 0 3 8 8 0 3
7
Canada Montréal United 2 1 1 0 5 11 −6 2
8
Canada Ottawa Blizzard 2 0 2 0 3 5 −2 0

Bracket[edit]

  Quarterfinal                    
  1  Finland FC Lemmings 3  
  8  Canada Ottawa Blizzard 1   Semifinal
      1  Finland FC Lemmings 4  
  Quarterfinal   6  Czech Republic TJ Jaroměř 5  
  2  Finland M-Team 18
  7  Canada Montréal United 4         Final
              6  Czech Republic TJ Jaroměř 5
  Quarterfinal             4  United States X-Stream IBK 6
  3  Canada Sherwood Saints 0      
  6  Czech Republic TJ Jaroměř 3   Semifinal   Bronze medal game
      2  Finland M-Team 5   1  Finland FC Lemmings 0
  Quarterfinal   4  United States X-Stream IBK 6     2  Finland M-Team 5
  4  United States X-Stream IBK 3
  5  United States NYC Floorball 1  
  • Note: Brackets are re-arranged after quarterfinals so that lowest ranked club faces the highest ranked club

Quarterfinals[edit]

17 May 2009
11.00 ET
Finland (1) FC Lemmings 3:1
(1:1, 2:0)
Canada (8) Ottawa Blizzard York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
17 May 2009
11.00 ET
United States (4) X-Stream IBK 3:1
(0:0, 0:0)
United States (5) NYC Floorball York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
17 May 2009
11.45 ET
Finland (2) M-Team 18:4
(7:0, 11:4)
Canada (7) Montréal United York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
17 May 2009
11.45 ET
Canada (3) Sherwood Saints 0:3
(0:0, 0:0)
Czech Republic (6) TJ Sokol Jaroměř York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Semifinals[edit]

17 May 2009
14.00 ET
Finland (1) FC Lemmings 4:5
(0:3, 4:2)
Czech Republic (6) TJ Sokol Jaroměř York University
Toronto, ON, Canada
17 May 2009
14.00 ET
Finland (2) M-Team 5:6
(0:0, 0:0)
United States (4) X-Stream IBK York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Bronze medal match[edit]

17 May 2009
16.15 ET
Finland (1) FC Lemmings 0:5
(0:3, 0:2)
Finland (2) M-Team York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Gold Medal match[edit]

17 May 2009
15.30 ET
United States (4) X-Stream IBK 6:5
(3:2, 0:2, 3:1)
Czech Republic (6) TJ Sokol Jaroměř York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Placement round[edit]

The placement round saw the 3 clubs who did not qualify for the playoffs play against each other for the 9, 10, and 11 spots.

The format for the placement round saw a match between the bottom 2 clubs, where the losing club was given 11 (last) place in the tournament. From there, the 9 placed club after round robin play, in this case the losing club from the one-match playoff, played against the winning club in the previous 11 place match.

11 place match[edit]

17 May 2009
08.00 ET
United States Innebandy Chicago 2:5
(1:5, 1:0)
Canada FC Toronto York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

9 place match[edit]

17 May 2009
09.30 ET
Switzerland UHC Lenzburg 3:1
(1:0, 2:1)
Canada FC Toronto York University
Toronto, ON, Canada

Statistics and awards[edit]

 

Leading scorers[edit]

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Club Player MP G A PTS PIM
Finland M-Team Jonas Hällfors 6 10 8 18 2
United States X-Stream IBK Daniel Dalbjer 4 10 7 17 4
Finland FC Lemmings Jyri Laine 6 12 1 13 2
Finland M-Team Mikko Soini 6 7 4 11 2
Finland M-Team Ville Hasanen 6 7 2 9 0
Finland FC Lemmings Matti Keltanen 6 5 4 9 0
Finland M-Team Lari Lundström 6 3 6 9 0
Finland FC Lemmings Mika Laine 6 0 9 9 2
Finland M-Team Janne Oinonen 6 4 4 8 0
Finland M-Team Antti Itkonen 6 3 5 8 2

Standings[edit]

Official Standings:

Rank Club
United States X-Stream IBK
Czech Republic TJ Sokol Jaroměř
Finland M-Team
4 Finland FC Lemmings
5 Canada Sherwood Saints
6 United States NYC Floorball
7 Canada Montréal United
8 Canada Ottawa Blizzard
9 Switzerland UHC Lenzburg
10 Canada FC Toronto
11 United States Innebandy Chicago

Awards[edit]

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Award Club Player
MVP: United States X-Stream IBK Daniel Dalbjer
Top Defenseman: Finland M-Team Lari Lundström
Top Goalkeeper: Czech Republic TJ Sokol Jaroměř Tomas Martinek
Top Forward: United States X-Stream IBK Daniel Dalbjer
Top Scorer: Finland M-Team Jonas Hällfors

Other divisions[edit]

In addition to the elite division, six other divisions were contested, all won by Canadian clubs.

Intermediate Ladies Recreational High School Bantam Atom/Peewee
Canada Striation Six Canada Manitoba Canada Cambridge FC Canada Dufferin Royals Canada Sherwood 9'ers Canada North York Bolts

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Canada Cup Floorball Championship
Preceded by
  Montréal Red Phoenix  
2008
Winners
X-Stream IBK

2009
Succeeded by
Salming Vikings
2010