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01-10-2013, 11:37 AM
Join Date: May 2009
Location: New Jersey
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Perhaps Spott didn't motivate the troops, perhaps the bye hurt us...any number of things could have happened. The Team Canada that beat Russia in pool play would have won the gold medal; I don't think anyone can dispute that. Sadly, we didn't get to see that team again.
Not necessarily. That team scored one ES goal against Russia and rode the PP all the way. That's also exactly what happened in the bronze game. The only difference was the goalies, plus Russia picked it up substantially.
-I wish Spott had have kept with Subban so I could say he stuck to his guns. Subban was the only Canadian that showed up to play in the semis vs the Americans, and he got hung out to dry.
Starting a cold Binnington against the Russians was a mistake. It was too late in the tournament for a goalie change. If you're going to go with Binnington, you should have went with him from the get-go.
It's common practice to play a #2 goalie in the bronze game. Happens all the time.
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