Reaction: How GB stunned the world
It was an emotional but ultimately successful evening as Britain maintained its status as world flying champion with a 4-3 overtime win over France, sending its opponents back to France. the decline.
As one might expect, Kosice reacted a lot and said that GB would rub shoulders with Canada, the United States and other countries next year when the tournament will take place in Switzerland, including former British stars hailing the achievements of Pete Russell's team.
Here is the choice:
Enter GB! SENSATIONAL!! pic.twitter.com/7rR4c6i0i0
– Tim Cranston (@ TimCranston4) May 20, 2019
I am in this @officialEIHL for a few years now. I am with @TeamGBicehockey for a few years now. I am extremely proud of this group of players and its staff. It was not an easy experience. They stuck with her and prevailed. It is special. Credit to all those involved for their sacrifices. pic.twitter.com/TbHUv8Dk47
– Adam Keefe (@ Adam27Keefe) May 20, 2019
Woo Hoo as it goes GB. YOU MADE… .. !!!!!
– Frank Morris (@ FrankMorris47) May 20, 2019
I have to tell a man that they gave everything and got what was rightly deserved after some great performances against hockey stars, @TeamGBicehockey is looking forward to seeing a rehearsal in Switzerland … each and every one of you have made the pride of your nation throughout
– The Millies (@ LesMillie32) May 20, 2019
Choked! What an incredible team! So much heart, passion. Pete Russell deserves so much credit. #DareToDream . For the prospect, this team is what 80 was at and 72 was at. This trip will fund the profile of the next generation. The inheritance was won. #barmyarmy pic.twitter.com/JwF69352Nh
– Doug Christiansen (@MMCoachDoug) May 20, 2019
– TSN (@TSN_Sports) May 20, 2019
You must give @TeamGBicehockey a lot of credit.3 to 0 everything they have against. Pete and his team brilliantly managed to stay awake.Well done to all members of the team
– Tony Hand (@ Tony9Hand) May 20, 2019
If you do not follow the history of ice hockey GB for the moment, you miss it. Get involved in the world's largest teams and stick to it now. https://t.co/6Rxe6LCEpf
– Matthew Pinsent (@matthewcpinsent) May 20, 2019
It was fun … https://t.co/yGj5btOTtT
– Brett Perlini (@brettperlini) On May 20, 2019
– Brooksy (@ BrendanBrooks49) May 20, 2019
– Dr. Russell Cowley (@ RussellCowley17) May 20, 2019
It's just that we give the last word to the man who is now officially retired, Colin Shields. Thank you, discounts!
After his long tenure with @TeamGBicehockey @ sheds19 Looking forward to seeing the team next year at #IIHFWorlds and is excited about the possibilities this victory brings to hockey in Britain pic.twitter.com/dJUQvtSP74
– IIHF (@IIHFHockey) May 20, 2019