Czech hockey players will play the quarterfinals of the World Cup with the Germans on Thursday in Helsinki

Updates: 24.05.2022 22:20

Tampere / Helsinki – Czech hockey players will play Thursday’s quarterfinals at the World Cup in Finland with Germany from 15:20 CEST in Helsinki, where they will move after working in the basic group B in Tampere. The winner of Group A Switzerland with the United States of America will also start in Helsinki’s Jäähalli from 19:20 CEST. The Swedes will compete in Canada at Tampere no earlier than 15:20 CET and the home Finns will play against Slovakia from 19:20 CET.

The semi-finals are scheduled for Saturday from 13:20 and 17:20 CEST in Tampere. The teams will be deployed according to the placement in the basic part – the best against the worst and the second with the third. The tournament will also culminate on Sunday at the Nokia Arena in Tampere. The bronze duel is scheduled for 2:20 pm and the final starts five hours later.

World Cup playoff program in Tampere and Helsinki:

Thursday, May 26:

15:20 1/4: Germany – Czech Republic (Helsinki)quarterfinals: Sweden – Canada (Tampere),

19:20 1/4: Switzerland USA (Helsinki), quarterfinals: Finland – Slovakia (Tampere).

Saturday 28 May (Tampere):

13:20 semifinal,

17:20 semifinal.

Sunday, May 29 (Tampere):

14:20 for 3rd place,

19:20 final.

Source: České noviny – sport by

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