Schubey doobey doo where are you?...
This is where it gets interesting. One and you're done. Despite some lacklustre play vs. the Swiss and a loss to the US for the bye in the the quarter finals; the Canadian team is far from out of medal contention this year. You can talk about chemistry and you can talk about how good Miller is, how dangerous Ovechkin and Kovalchuck are and how experienced and organised the Swedes are but, Canada has stumbled along with shaky goaltending and still has a legitimate shot to take home a medal. Brodeur has been down right awful at times and cost us a valuable point vs. the Swiss and threw away the game vs. the US.
Bingo Bongo it's Roberto Luongo. I know it was just Norway but Luongo still pitched a shut-out and looked solid doing it. There's a lot to be said for playing in front of your home crowd for all the marbles. This move by Babcock was obvious and the easy choice. Lets hope it's a sign that he's willing to move away from some of his other choices in order to bring home the Gold.
TV: TSN, CTV, RDS
Radio: To be added
Web: check [url=http://www.atdhe.net/]http://www.atdhe.net[/url] , [url=http://www.justin.tv/]http://www.justin.tv[/url] and[url=http://www.ctvolympics.ca/]www.CTVOlympics.ca[/url]
Luongo will get the start in goal.
Game Day Previews:
CTVOlympics.ca Game day preview: http://www.ctvolympics.ca/hockey/results-and-schedules/match=ihm400402/preview.html
Olympic Medal Tracker: [url=http://espn.go.com/olympics/winter/2010/medals]http://espn.go.com/olympics/winter/2010/medals[/url]
Go Canada Go!!