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12-20-2012, 07:26 PM
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#1 -Team Ontario

Giroux - Spezza - Stamkos
Nash - Tavares - Perry
Neal - E.Staal - Seguin
M.Richards - J.Staal - Carter
Couture Thorton Skinner

Pietrangelo - Doughty
Boyle - Campbell
Subban - Bieksa
Burns - Wideman
Del Zotto

??????
??????

#2 - Team Quebec

Parenteau - Bergeron - St.Louis
Bouchard - Lecavalier - Pominville
Ribeiro - Briere - Perron
Stastny - Desharnais - Burrows
Gagne - Dupuis

Letang - Vlasic
Beauchemin - Robidas
Gragnani - Scandella

Fluery
Brodeur

#3 - Team BC

Lucic - Benn - Ladd
Kane - Hopkins - Turris
Ladd - Brouwer - Johansen
Kobasew - Horcoff - Connolly

Weber - Seabrook
Hamhuis - Gorges
Alzner - Mitchell
Garrison

Price
LaBarbera

#4 - Team Alberta

Whitney - Lupul - Iginla
Hall - Little - Doan
Smyth - Ennis - Versteeg
MacArthur - Setoguchi - Brodziak
Upshall/Chimera

Phaneuf Bouwmeester
Green - Stuart
Ference - Coburn
Boychuk

??????
??????

#5 - Team Sasky

Hartnell - Getzlaf - Eberle
Kunitz - Marleau - Glencross
Morrow - Schenn - Laich
Smith - Stoll - Gordon
Bozak

Schenn - N.Shcultz
Brookbank - Sarich
Cowen - Aulie

Ward
Dubnyk/Harding/Holtby

#6 - Team Manitoba

Penner - Toews - Sharp
Steen - Zajac - Helm
Mcloed - Weise - Tootoo
Asham - Eakin - Reaves

Keith - White
Hamonic - Falk
Rome - Salvador
Barker

Reimer
??????

#7 - Team Maritimes

Purcell - Crosby - Clowe
Marchand B.Richards - Ryder
Ott - MacKinnon - Cleary
Greening - Gordon - Adam

McQuaid- C.White
MacDonald - A.Johnson
Pardy - Flood

MacDonald

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Team Ontario destroys....but how would you rank the rest? I would rank them in the order I listed them.
Steve Ott is from just outside of WINDSOR ONTARIO not from the maritimes

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12-20-2012, 07:34 PM
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#2 - Team Quebec

Parenteau - Lecavalier - St.Louis
Bouchard - Bergeron - Perron
Ribeiro - Vermette - Briere
Gagne- Desharnais - Burrows
HS: G. Latendresse; A. Stewart; P. Dupuis; L. Leblanc; J. Caron

Letang - Vlasic
Beauchemin - Robidas
Bergeron - Demers

Gervais
St-Denis
Després





Luongo
Fleury
Brodeur
Bernier
Crawford



Took out Stasny and Pomminville because they consider themselves as Americans, although Pomminville does spend alot of time in Qc praticing with guys here.

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12-20-2012, 07:49 PM
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#2 - Team Quebec

Parenteau - Bergeron - St.Louis
Bouchard - Lecavalier - Pominville
Ribeiro - Briere - Perron
Stastny - Desharnais - Burrows
Gagne - Dupuis

Letang - Vlasic
Beauchemin - Robidas
Gragnani - Scandella

Fluery
Brodeur





Fixed.
Nah you can have Stastny he's not important

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12-20-2012, 08:09 PM
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Who is this "Hopkins" on team BC?

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Team Alberta is so greasy.

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Steve Ott is from just outside of WINDSOR ONTARIO not from the maritimes
he's from pei

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Team Manitoba would totally win..

Said no one ever.

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12-20-2012, 09:02 PM
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Ontario is the best.


BC's D could be crazy in a few years though with Reinhart, Rielly, and Schultz.

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12-20-2012, 09:43 PM
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Ontario and it's not even close.

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Seeing as how roughly one third of canadian draft picks are from ontario....

the most logical way to divide it is the way the CHL does it; Ontario, Quebec (which includes the maritimes) and west.

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12-20-2012, 11:41 PM
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Ontario
BC
Sask
Quebec
Alberta
Manitoba
Maritimes

I think you underrated team Saskatchewan. Decent offensive power with guys like Getzlaf, Eberle, Marlaeu, Hartnell, etc. pretty much every player is physical and plays well two ways.

I would have the D as:
Cowen - N. Shultz
Schenn - Sarich
Murray - Aulie

Pretty much zero offense but the opposing forwards would be absolutely punished and they have Ward behind them so goals would be very hard to come by. I know Murray hasn't played in the NHL but he would be if anyone was and he did play in last years worlds.

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12-21-2012, 12:49 AM
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Since when is Lupul a centre? Lol

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12-21-2012, 08:58 AM
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Ontario would win this. Also for Team Alberta Chris Mason and Alex Auld would be good candidates to be their starting goalies.

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12-21-2012, 10:08 AM
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#1 -Team Ontario

Giroux - Spezza - Stamkos
Nash - Tavares - Perry
Neal - E.Staal - Seguin
M.Richards - J.Staal - Carter
Couture Thorton Skinner

Pietrangelo - Doughty
Boyle - Campbell
Subban - Bieksa
Burns - Wideman
Del Zotto

??????
??????

#2 - Team Quebec

Parenteau - Bergeron - St.Louis
Bouchard - Lecavalier - Pominville
Ribeiro - Briere - Perron
Stastny - Desharnais - Burrows
Gagne - Dupuis

Letang - Vlasic
Beauchemin - Robidas
Gragnani - Scandella

Fluery
Brodeur

#3 - Team BC

Lucic - Benn - Ladd
Kane - Hopkins - Turris
Ladd - Brouwer - Johansen
Kobasew - Horcoff - Connolly

Weber - Seabrook
Hamhuis - Gorges
Alzner - Mitchell
Garrison

Price
LaBarbera

#4 - Team Alberta

Whitney - Lupul - Iginla
Hall - Little - Doan
Smyth - Ennis - Versteeg
MacArthur - Setoguchi - Brodziak
Upshall/Chimera

Phaneuf Bouwmeester
Green - Stuart
Ference - Coburn
Boychuk

??????
??????

#5 - Team Sasky

Hartnell - Getzlaf - Eberle
Kunitz - Marleau - Glencross
Morrow - Schenn - Laich
Smith - Stoll - Gordon
Bozak

Schenn - N.Shcultz
Brookbank - Sarich
Cowen - Aulie

Ward
Dubnyk/Harding/Holtby

#6 - Team Manitoba

Penner - Toews - Sharp
Steen - Zajac - Helm
Mcloed - Weise - Tootoo
Asham - Eakin - Reaves

Keith - White
Hamonic - Falk
Rome - Salvador
Barker

Reimer
??????

#7 - Team Maritimes

Purcell - Crosby - Clowe
Marchand B.Richards - Ryder
Ott - MacKinnon - Cleary
Greening - Gordon - Adam

McQuaid- C.White
MacDonald - A.Johnson
Pardy - Flood

MacDonald

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Team Ontario destroys....but how would you rank the rest? I would rank them in the order I listed them.
Agree with your rankings, although I believe team B.C would take team Quebec in a 3,5 or 7 game series. Anything can happen in a single game match, but it would certainly be close affair. Nice job!

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Luongo would be starter for Quebec.
Luongo isnt even the starter in Vancouver...

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Randy Jones as a 6th Dman for Maritimes and add Desjardins in net.

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I would love if we had a tournament with the provinces pitted against each other. Maybe split Toronto from the rest of Ontario and combine Atlantic Canada and Sask/Man/territories. You get a nice 7 team tourney going.

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12-21-2012, 12:35 PM
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Just for the fun of it, I made Province teams for Sweden too. I went with first listed team on NHL.com, one can dispute a few.

Norrland (North appr. only 1 mill. inhabitants but great many teams)

Sedin Sedin Zetterberg
Lander Bäckström Omark
Holmström Lindström Silfverberg
Påhlsson Johan Larsson Harju (2 not really NHL)

Edler Enström
Hedman A. Larsson
Rundblad Erixon

Lindbäck
Markström


Götaland and South (Gothenburgh, Malmö)
Eriksson Johansson Alfredsson
Steen Nyquist Stålberg
Ullström J. Andersson Tedenby
Pääjärvi Klingberg (AHL) Brunnström

OEL Karlsson
Strålman Hjalmarsson
Lilja A. Grossman

Lundqvist
Lehner


Svealand (Stockholm and middle of Sweden)

Landeskog Berglund Franzen
Hagelin Wandell Hörnqvist
Huselius Kruger Samuelsson
Backlund Bergfors Zibanejad (Centre, but he can cope)


Kronwall Gunnarsson
Tallinder Murray
Oduya Ericsson

Hedberg
Gustavsson


I think Götaland comes out a bit flat, they got Lundqvist in goal (ok backup on the odd games too) but no line or pairing which stand out. Defense is solid, Karlsson make a difference here.

Svealand got the skill and grit on both the two first pairings. Good lines overall and I would say that the first line is a really legit first line.

Hedberg/Gustavsson in goal, I think we got a 1a&b situation here. It is ok, but not great.



Norrland got an even better first line but a weak bottom 6. On the other side all 6 D-men are good enough to make some damage (ok bottom pairing is weak, but they so they all are). Lindbäck with Markström as backup might be a question-mark (weakest goalie situation of the three perhaps), but I think it is ok even if not great. Impressive that you can get this team with so little population as a base.


So where would these "provinces" slot in among the Canadian ones?


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Just for the fun of it, I made Province teams for Sweden too. I went with first listed team on NHL.com, one can dispute a few.

Norrland (North appr. only 1 mill. inhabitants but great many teams)

Sedin Sedin Zetterberg
Lander Bäckström Omark
Holmström Lindström Silfverberg
Påhlsson Johan Larsson Harju (2 not really NHL)

Edler Enström
Hedman A. Larsson
Rundblad Erixon

Lindbäck
Markström


Götaland and South (Gothenburgh, Malmö)
Eriksson Johansson Alfredsson
Steen Nyquist Stålberg
Ullström J. Andersson Tedenby
Pääjärvi Klingberg (AHL) Brunnström

OEL Strålman
Hjalmarsson Grossman
Lilja A. Almquist (AHL)

Lundqvist
Lehner


Svealand (Stockholm and middle of Sweden)

Landeskog Berglund Franzen
Hagelin Wandell Hörnqvist
Huselius Kruger Samuelsson
Backlund Bergfors Zibanejad (Centre, but he can cope)


Kronwall Gunnarsson
Tallinder Murray
Oduya Ericsson

Hedberg
Gustavsson


I think Götaland comes out a bit flat, they got Lundqvist in goal (ok backup on the odd games too) but no line or pairing which stand out.

Svealand got the skill and grit on both the two first pairings. Good lines overall and I would say that the first line is a really legit first line.

Hedberg/Gustavsson in goal, I think we got a 1a&b situation here. It is ok, but not great.



Norrland got an even better first line but a weak bottom 6. On the other side all 6 D-men are good enough to make some damage (ok bottom pairing is weak, but they so they all are). Lindbäck with Markström as backup might be a question-mark (weakest goalie situation of the three perhaps), but I think it is ok even if not great. Impressive that you can get this team with so little population as a base.


So where would these "provinces" slot in among the Canadian ones?
Just for the fun of it yeah, but this idea in a philosophical kinda way put Sweden on par with Canada in terms of hockey talent and that is just a crime against the game man. Fact is that Canadas different provinces would enrichen international hockey if they competed on their own, and that is not the case from other countries.

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Just for the fun of it yeah, but this idea in a philosophical kinda way put Sweden on par with Canada in terms of hockey talent and that is just a crime against the game man. Fact is that Canadas different provinces would enrichen international hockey if they competed on their own, and that is not the case from other countries.
Well, every tournament puts a heap of countries at pair with Canada (which got a depth unequalled) as you can only field a single team. I am rather proud that I (almost) succeed in getting 3 provincial teams from Sweden at all.

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Even though Newfoundland is not a maritime province, i'm quite surprised to see the choice of 6 of 12 possible forwards being from my home province lol.

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Well, every tournament puts a heap of countries at pair with Canada (which got a depth unequalled) as you can only field a single team. I am rather proud that I (almost) succeed in getting 3 provincial teams from Sweden at all.
Dont get me wrong, i definetely appreciate your effort. But it should be said that Canada goes into every best-on-best tournament as the favourite. The reason for that really becomes clear when watching "provincial" teams from all other countries. As it is Canada win about half of these tournaments, and they would still if they instead would compete with three or four provincial teams, maybe even more.

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Even though Newfoundland is not a maritime province, i'm quite surprised to see the choice of 6 of 12 possible forwards being from my home province lol.
I was wondering if nobody was aware that Newfoundland is not part of the Maritimes?

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Just 
for the fun of itI made Province teams for Sweden tooI went with first listed team on NHL.comone can dispute a few.

Norrland (North appronly 1 millinhabitants but great many teams)

Sedin Sedin Zetterberg
Lander Bäckström Omark
Holmström Lindström Silfverberg
Påhlsson Johan Larsson Harju 
(2 not really NHL)

Edler Enström
Hedman A
Larsson
Rundblad Erixon

Lindbäck
Markström


Götaland 
and South (GothenburghMalmö)
Eriksson Johansson Alfredsson
Steen Nyquist Stålberg
Ullström J
Andersson Tedenby
Pääjärvi Klingberg 
(AHLBrunnström

OEL Strålman
Hjalmarsson Grossman
Lilja A
Almquist (AHL)

Lundqvist
Lehner


Svealand 
(Stockholm and middle of Sweden)

Landeskog Berglund Franzen
Hagelin Wandell Hörnqvist
Huselius Kruger Samuelsson
Backlund Bergfors Zibanejad 
(Centrebut he can cope)


Kronwall Gunnarsson
Tallinder Murray
Oduya Ericsson

Hedberg
Gustavsson 
I could be wrong but I didn't see Erik Karlsson. I've only looked at the defensemans, maybe you got him listed as a forward.


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I could be wrong but I didn't see Erik Karlsson. I've only looked at the defensemans, maybe you got him listed as a forward.

Indeed, my pasting and deleting led me wrong.

He had his first years in Södertälje, a case for team Svealand, but he really is a Frölunda product. thus he is in team Götaland and not Svealand (I break my rule of first listed team on nhl.com here).

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