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Sweden will enter the WFC in Bratislava so clear a favourite it feels almost like an anticlimax. With the superior line-up they have, they can even predict personal goal records. For offensive talent Sofia Joelsson, that is. Clearly the best
Forward Veera Kauppi is Finland's biggest hope in their dream of WFC gold. Along with her twin sister Oona, Veera Kauppi in the kind of players women's floorball coaches want to see in numbers. Finland’s hope
Salibandyliiga's new points system has already created controversy. With all games played to decision but a regular time win giving just the same two points as a victorious overtime or penalty shootout may not be such a good idea after all. Discussions in blue and white
0 0 1 54 308 Zuzana Svobodova 2 1 361 14.0 Normal 0 false false false DE-CH JA X-NONE... Miko Kailiala: going places
There's no brighter spotlight in floorball than the one served for Sweden's national team head coach. The best of the best are always expected to perform superbly and should it not happen there is only one person to blame. Mikael Hill is the one who did not hesitate to take the job. Mikael Hill dares lead the best
Looks like Finland have now won three of the latest four U19 WFC titles and three of the five latest men's. The most recent one in Växjö in early May 2017 was quite close to not happening, though. Surviving the big Swiss scare
For the first 20 years of my life, organized floorball did not exist. Just like almost everyone else my age in Finnish cities, we played and watched hockey and football. From hockey and football, we also learned how games are to be decided. Teams played for 60 or 90 minutes and goals scored... Dinosaurs in distress
After the December’s World Championship Gold party, it’s been a lively midwinter in Finnish floorball. The ever-present anonymous commentators had a field day biting into Petri Kettunen’s sudden exit from Finland’s bench and with that settled, new tasty topics have been flowing in.... Tumultuous times in Finland
Half the game was over and things looked bad for Grasshoppers Zurich - 1:6 against HC Rychenberg in the Cup-Final in front of 3200 spectators. But GC found its way back, Julkunen scored twice and the title went to Zurich. Emil Julkunen wins Swiss Cup
Two weeks ago in Finnish Salibandyliiga, table leaders Classic demolished SalBa with 18-2. The result immediately set alight the old subject about whether there are too many teams admitted. Whose league is it?
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1.Grasshopper Club Zürich111:692.313
2.UHC Alligator Malans95:622.250
3.Floorball Köniz96:662.000
4.SV Wiler-Ersigen96:701.938
5.Zug United100:921.625
6.HC Rychenberg Winterthur82:901.438
1.Kloten-Dietlikon Jets90:372.462
2.Skorpion Emmental Zollbrück70:482.077
3.piranha chur75:541.833
4.Zug United51:521.667
5.Wizards Bern Burgdorf64:691.538
1.Floorball Thurgau43:243.000
2.Unihockey Basel Regio40:182.800
3.UHT Eggiwil29:242.000
4.RD March-Höfe Altendorf36:301.800
5.I. M. Davos-Klosters32:271.600
6.Ticino Unihockey24:311.600
7.Unihockey Langenthal Aarwangen24:371.200
8.Regazzi Verbano UH Gordola27:341.000
9.Floorball Fribourg28:401.000
10.Kloten-Dietlikon Jets29:420.800
11.UHC Grünenmatt28:300.600
12.UHC Sarganserland38:410.600
1.UH Lejon Zäziwil50:202.857
2.Waldkirch-St. Gallen32:182.286
3.Visper Lions28:242.000
4.UH Appenzell34:321.857
5.Unihockey Basel Regio32:341.571
6.Aergera Giffers30:301.286
7.Floorball Uri28:301.000
8.Hot Chilis Rümlang-Regensdorf17:310.857
9.Nesslau Sharks18:290.714
10.UC Yverdon18:390.571

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