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Olympic Game Day: Canada vs. United States 7:40PM EST. SUN. Feb 21, 2010

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Cap'n Clutch

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Olympic Game Day: Canada vs. United States 7:40PM EST. SUN. Feb 21, 2010 CAN VS.Olympic Game Day: Canada vs. United States 7:40PM EST. SUN. Feb 21, 2010 USA

It's Miller time?...I don't think so.

Canada barely made it out of the Swiss game requiring a Shootout to get the deal done. This will of course make it more difficult to get a bye directly to the quarter finals but definitely within Canada's reach. A win vs. the US on Sunday would seal it.

Canada needs to start developing chemistry in a hurry and thankfully for them they have a couple days off to work on it. The burning question is do they go back to Brodeur or Luongo or do they gamble on Fleury. Although Fleury has faltered on a grand stage like this for the World Juniors he should have that question put to rest with his Cup win last season. Regardless of who starts, unless this is a win Sunday, Babcock's decisions will be severely scrutinized.

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Radio: To be added

Web: check http://www.atdhe.net , http://www.justin.tv andwww.CTVOlympics.ca

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CTVOlympics.ca Game day preview: When available

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Olympic Medal Tracker: http://espn.go.com/olympics/winter/2010/medals

Go Canada Go!!



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The U.S. team speed is going to give Canada fits. Canada has got to get that PP working, and several guys need to really step up, most notable Iginla who found himself stapled to the bench for streches during the Swiss encounter.

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hemlock wrote:The U.S. team speed is going to give Canada fits. Canada has got to get that PP working, and several guys need to really step up, most notable Iginla who found himself stapled to the bench for streches during the Swiss encounter.
Also laughing his Donkey off during the shootout when the game was on the line. Surprised it was him but that just showed the general lack of focus and respect that Canada had for The Swiss.

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hemlock wrote:The U.S. team speed is going to give Canada fits. Canada has got to get that PP working, and several guys need to really step up, most notable Iginla who found himself stapled to the bench for streches during the Swiss encounter.
Also laughing his Donkey off during the shootout when the game was on the line. Surprised it was him but that just showed the general lack of focus and respect that Canada had for The Swiss.

Yeah, Babcock should impose a "ban on fun" on these guys, don't want them to actually enjoy themselves while they are there. Olympic Game Day: Canada vs. United States 7:40PM EST. SUN. Feb 21, 2010 489887

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N4L wrote:
hemlock wrote:The U.S. team speed is going to give Canada fits. Canada has got to get that PP working, and several guys need to really step up, most notable Iginla who found himself stapled to the bench for streches during the Swiss encounter.
Also laughing his Donkey off during the shootout when the game was on the line. Surprised it was him but that just showed the general lack of focus and respect that Canada had for The Swiss.

The Swiss are a fascinating hockey nation to me. They have a real passion for the game. I'd love to see them become an international force in the coming years. They're easy to root for, even against Canada.

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SeawaySensFan wrote:
N4L wrote:
hemlock wrote:The U.S. team speed is going to give Canada fits. Canada has got to get that PP working, and several guys need to really step up, most notable Iginla who found himself stapled to the bench for streches during the Swiss encounter.
Also laughing his Donkey off during the shootout when the game was on the line. Surprised it was him but that just showed the general lack of focus and respect that Canada had for The Swiss.

The Swiss are a fascinating hockey nation to me. They have a real passion for the game. I'd love to see them become an international force in the coming years. They're easy to root for, even against Canada.

So much so that you might end up prefering Swiss Cheese to Canadian Cheddar? Ahhhhh! Ahhhhh!


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SeawaySensFan wrote:
N4L wrote:
hemlock wrote:The U.S. team speed is going to give Canada fits. Canada has got to get that PP working, and several guys need to really step up, most notable Iginla who found himself stapled to the bench for streches during the Swiss encounter.
Also laughing his Donkey off during the shootout when the game was on the line. Surprised it was him but that just showed the general lack of focus and respect that Canada had for The Swiss.

The Swiss are a fascinating hockey nation to me. They have a real passion for the game. I'd love to see them become an international force in the coming years. They're easy to root for, even against Canada.

There's always time to apply for that Swiss citizenship before the next Olympics...

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Also, is Ahhhhh! Ahhhhh! the new: FIRST ?


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Canada 4-1 with Brodeur in nets.

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stempniaksen wrote:Canada 4-1 with Brodeur in nets.

Don't forget the US have Miller. I wouldn't be surprised if it's another close one.


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Cap'n Clutch wrote:
stempniaksen wrote:Canada 4-1 with Brodeur in nets.

Don't forget the US have Miller. I wouldn't be surprised if it's another close one.

It's going to be an unbelievable game and an unbelievable atmosphere, guaranteed.

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Cap'n Clutch wrote:
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N4L wrote:
hemlock wrote:The U.S. team speed is going to give Canada fits. Canada has got to get that PP working, and several guys need to really step up, most notable Iginla who found himself stapled to the bench for streches during the Swiss encounter.
Also laughing his Donkey off during the shootout when the game was on the line. Surprised it was him but that just showed the general lack of focus and respect that Canada had for The Swiss.

The Swiss are a fascinating hockey nation to me. They have a real passion for the game. I'd love to see them become an international force in the coming years. They're easy to root for, even against Canada.

So much so that you might end up prefering Swiss Cheese to Canadian Cheddar? Ahhhhh! Ahhhhh!

Not quite. All I mean is that they're not as hateful as the US, in my opinion. And I don't mean root for them to win, just to do well.

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SeawaySensFan wrote:
Cap'n Clutch wrote:
SeawaySensFan wrote:
N4L wrote:
hemlock wrote:The U.S. team speed is going to give Canada fits. Canada has got to get that PP working, and several guys need to really step up, most notable Iginla who found himself stapled to the bench for streches during the Swiss encounter.
Also laughing his Donkey off during the shootout when the game was on the line. Surprised it was him but that just showed the general lack of focus and respect that Canada had for The Swiss.

The Swiss are a fascinating hockey nation to me. They have a real passion for the game. I'd love to see them become an international force in the coming years. They're easy to root for, even against Canada.

So much so that you might end up prefering Swiss Cheese to Canadian Cheddar? Ahhhhh! Ahhhhh!

Not quite. All I mean is that they're not as hateful as the US, in my opinion. And I don't mean root for them to win, just to do well.

So more of a Swiss cheese over Monterey Jack type of situation then right? Thinking


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Cap'n Clutch wrote:
SeawaySensFan wrote:
Cap'n Clutch wrote:
SeawaySensFan wrote:
N4L wrote:
hemlock wrote:The U.S. team speed is going to give Canada fits. Canada has got to get that PP working, and several guys need to really step up, most notable Iginla who found himself stapled to the bench for streches during the Swiss encounter.
Also laughing his Donkey off during the shootout when the game was on the line. Surprised it was him but that just showed the general lack of focus and respect that Canada had for The Swiss.

The Swiss are a fascinating hockey nation to me. They have a real passion for the game. I'd love to see them become an international force in the coming years. They're easy to root for, even against Canada.

So much so that you might end up prefering Swiss Cheese to Canadian Cheddar? Ahhhhh! Ahhhhh!

Not quite. All I mean is that they're not as hateful as the US, in my opinion. And I don't mean root for them to win, just to do well.

So more of a Swiss cheese over Monterey Jack type of situation then right? Thinking

Isn't Monterey Jack Mexican?

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