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One Man Rock Band 12-30-2010 01:38 PM

Canada moves to Championship Game - Final Friday @ 5:55AM EST -TSN 2 vs St Petersburg
 
1-0 Canada (Josh Holden) with about 5 minutes remaining in the 1st period.

Lots of familiar names on Team Canada including coach Mark Messier.

TEAM CANADA
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38 Jeff Deslauriers Goal 15.05.1984
29 Tyler Moss Goal 29.06.1975

36 Brendan Bell Defense 31.03.1983
37 Curtis Brown Defense 12.02.1976
25 Micki Dupont Defense 15.04.1980
8 Joel Kwiatkowski Defense 22.03.1977
21 Cory Murphy Defense 13.02.1978
41 Curtis Murphy Defense 03.12.1975
7 Mark Popovic Defense 11.10.1982
77 Travis Roche Defense 17.06.1978
16 Duvie Westcott Defense 30.10.1977

10 Serge Aubin Offense 15.02.1975
28 Mark Bell Offense 05.08.1980
26 Brendan Brooks Offense 26.11.1978
61 Blaine Down Offense 16.07.1982
27 Josh Holden Offense 18.01.1978
73 Mike Iggulden Offense 09.11.1982
75 Martin Kariya Offense 05.10.1981
19 Eric Landry Offense 20.01.1975
62 Yannick Lehoux Offense 08.04.1982
15 Brett McLean Offense 14.08.1978
50 Glen Metropolit Offense 25.06.1974
12 Pascal Pelletier Offense 16.06.1983
9 Domenic Pittis Offense 01.10.1974
24 Jean-Pierre Vigier Offense 11.09.1976
HC DAVOS (SWITZERLAND)
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35 Reto Berra Goal 03.01.1987
30 Leonardo Genoni Goal 28.08.1987

26 René Back Defense 08.09.1982
4 Charlie Cook Defense 22.10.1982
29 Beat Forster Defense 02.02.1983
91 Robin Grossmann Defense 17.08.1987
80 Zdenek Kutlak Defense 13.02.1980
6 Tim Ramholt Defense 02.11.1984
57 Lukas Stoop Defense 01.03.1990
7 Alan Tallarini Defense 17.05.1984
78 Jan von Arx Defense 09.02.1978

19 Jaroslav Bednar Offense 09.11.1976
46 Paolo Duca Offense 03.06.1981
94 Peter Guggisberg Offense 20.01.1985
97 Mathias Joggi Offense 22.01.1986
24 Josef Marha Offense 02.06.1976
75 Joel Reymondin Offense 10.07.1991
69 Sandro Rizzi Offense 22.10.1978
18 Grégory Sciaroni Offense 07.04.1989
13 Peter Sejna Offense 05.10.1979
11 Janick Steinmann Offense 10.02.1987
37 Petr Sykora Offense 21.12.1978
17 Petr Taticek Offense 22.09.1983
83 Reto von Arx Offense 13.09.1976
56 Dino Wieser Offense 13.06.1989
65 Marc Wieser Offense 13.10.1987

ClasslessGuy 12-30-2010 01:49 PM

how do they select player for this tournament?

One Man Rock Band 12-30-2010 01:55 PM

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Originally Posted by chubaka (Post 29862762)
how do they select player for this tournament?

From Wiki;

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In 1984 Team Canada began participating and has since won the Cup eleven times. Team Canada is predominantly made up of Canadians playing in Europe, as well as American Hockey League prospects. Notable free agents (like veteran goaltender Curtis Joseph) or coaches without an NHL contract have also used the Spengler Cup to keep their name around.
Canada have won the tournament 11 times since 1984 with the last coming in 2007.

One Man Rock Band 12-30-2010 02:28 PM

Mark Bell scores! 2-0 Canada.

Beauty pass by Metropolit.

:laugh: "I was watching #15 (Metropolit) behind the net and I started thinking; Hands! Hands! Hands!"

One Man Rock Band 12-30-2010 02:29 PM

Vigier!

3-0 Canada.

WeezyHabFan 12-30-2010 03:31 PM

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Originally Posted by natey2k4 (Post 29863432)
Mark Bell scores! 2-0 Canada.

Beauty pass by Metropolit.

:laugh: "I was watching #15 (Metropolit) behind the net and I started thinking; Hands! Hands! Hands!"

Haha that was a sweet pass by Metro. Miss him from our line up this year

One Man Rock Band 12-30-2010 03:31 PM

Canada wins 4-0 and moves onto the Championship game tomorrow.

Monctonscout 12-30-2010 03:37 PM

Mark Bell is a guy I saw as a possible reclamation project...scored 25 at 25 years of age and wasn't afraid to mix it up...but his game has gone to the crapper since the DUI. In 06-07 and 07-08 he played 106 games and went 15-16-31 and hasn't put up good numbers AHL or Swiss A league...

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=25869

bentheprop 12-30-2010 03:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Carey Price (Post 29864845)
Mark Bell is a guy I saw as a possible reclamation project...scored 25 at 25 years of age and wasn't afraid to mix it up...but his game has gone to the crapper since the DUI. In 06-07 and 07-08 he played 106 games and went 15-16-31 and hasn't put up good numbers AHL or Swiss A league...

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=25869

I'm not familiar with the Swiss A league but do top players usually put up ppg numbers because 13 goals and 27 points in 39 games and 13g and 21p in 36 games doesn't sound that bad.

Habs 4 Life 12-30-2010 03:58 PM

Wow I remember Eric Landry, #78 played 2 games under Therrien back in 2001-02

Good luck to Canada, hope they can win it all, nice to see Metro doing well:handclap:

King Woodballs 12-30-2010 04:10 PM

I still dont get how people get picked
i think it is just non NHL playing players...
and I assume the guys in the AHL must have permission from their NHL teams (ie: Deslaurier)

habsprospects 12-30-2010 04:18 PM

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Originally Posted by King Woodballs (Post 29865388)
I still dont get how people get picked
i think it is just non NHL playing players...
and I assume the guys in the AHL must have permission from their NHL teams (ie: Deslaurier)

You got it pretty good for someone who doesn't get it.

King Woodballs 12-30-2010 04:25 PM

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Originally Posted by habsprospects (Post 29865529)
You got it pretty good for someone who doesn't get it.

Haha thanks I just want sure

Dan K 12-30-2010 04:28 PM

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Originally Posted by King Woodballs (Post 29865626)
Haha thanks I just want sure

Yep, the tournament is in Europe, so it's generally almost all Canadians playing abroad (Metropolit is a great example; same case with most of the roster).

Then they add a couple of AHL'ers whose clubs loan them out. Example, Justin Pogge played for Canada when he was still consider a legit prospect for the Leafs. Or, Deslauriers this year.

Habs 4 Life 12-30-2010 04:47 PM

Just noticed this game is live tomorrow morning at 6am! Guess I won't mind the little one waking me up tomorrow:laugh:

One Man Rock Band 12-30-2010 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Habs 4 Life (Post 29866053)
Just noticed this game is live tomorrow morning at 6am! Guess I won't mind the little one waking me up tomorrow:laugh:

Yeah, I put the local time (in Davos) :laugh: .. It's edited now.

There's 3 Ex-Habs on the team; Eric Landry (2000-2002, 53 GP, 12 PTS), Yannick Lehoux (2008-2009, AHL only, 80 GP, 60 PTS), and Glen Metropolit (2009-2010, 90 GP, 32 PTS).

Metropolit leads the Ex-Habs scoring in the tournament with 5 PTS, Lehoux has 3 PTS, and Landry has 1 goal.

One Man Rock Band 12-31-2010 05:01 AM

Game on!!

Deslauriers in net for a 6th straight game in 6 straight days. :amazed:

SKA St. Petersburg has a ridiculous team; Alexei Yashin, Johan Fransson, Denis Grebeshkov, Vitaly Vishnevskiy, Maxim Afinogenov, Evgeny Artyukhin, Maxim Sushinskiy, Mattias Weinhandl, and Petr Cajanek.

One Man Rock Band 12-31-2010 05:09 AM

I think Canada is missing both their captain Serge Aubin (back spasms) and Mark Bell (leg, I believe). Ugh.

One Man Rock Band 12-31-2010 05:21 AM

1-0 SKA right now.. Canada still on the PP..

Metropolit cost us the first goal with a horrid pass in the defensive zone.

One Man Rock Band 12-31-2010 06:01 AM

DUPONT BABY!!!

What a pass by Pelletier. Thing of beauty.


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