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12-29-2012, 10:12 PM
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Originally Posted by EvoLu7ioN View Post
Canada has superior offensive firepower and it's not even close. Huberdeau and specifically RNH are on other level compared to any other forwards in this tournament. After that you've got three lines that with a lot of size and skill that can score. The US on the other hand has a really strong player in Galchenyuk, and a wildcard in Gaudreau, but after that there's not a lot of high end offensive talent. I just don't see how the lack of offensive firepower up front for the US can be fixed tbh...

Advantage Canada, big time.
Gaudreau is not the next best forward after Galchenyuk.

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