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05-23-2012, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Incognito View Post
It’s NOT best on best though. Best on best means having your best players compete against another country’s best players. The Olympics is best on best. The World Championships is not. Not every country’s players come out in full force in anticipation of the WHC. Many players would prefer to rest, vacation, or heal in the off-season rather than play in what they see as an inferior tournament. The Olympics on the other hand, is something that players look forward to and definitely get up for. I haven’t heard too many instances of a player declining an Olympic roster invitation for any reason less than a serious injury or a family emergency.
if some team wants to be called dominant in any sport, it should be able to compete for gold without some of it's best players. isn't depth one of the things that is said to be Canada's biggest advantage?

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