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12-30-2012, 08:30 AM
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2012 Spengler Cup Championship 6AM Dec 31 TSN - Canada vs HC Davos

1-0 Canada off a Spezza PP goal.

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http://www.vipbox.tv/ice-hockey/1185...am-online.html

Tape delay at 3PM on TSN

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12-30-2012, 08:54 AM
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Pouliot scores for Canada.

2-0.

Cory Schneider not looking good for Fribourg.

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3-1 Canada.

Matt Duchene scored for Canada and Kwiatkowski for Fribourg.

2 min left in the 2nd.

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How is Diaz playing in the tournament?

Thanks for the updates.

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How is Diaz playing in the tournament?

Thanks for the updates.
I saw Diaz once. Easily the best defenseman on Davos. At least I thought.

He was a -2, but not his fault.

They sat him in game 2 though.


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5-1 Canada.

Colaiacovo and Duchene again.

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Canada wins. Will play in Championship game at 6AM tomorrow on TSN.

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Not sure how many people are actually watching this tourney this year. But it's definitely very, very good hockey. That team Canada has assembled was absolutely dominant today against the best team in the Swiss League. It's almost an Olympic/World Championship calibre team. Fun to watch.

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It's starting to look like the one man GDT that was in minnesota board IIRC

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I saw Diaz once. Easily the best defenseman on Davos. At least I thought.

He was a -2, but not his fault.

They sat him in game 2 though.
Swiss TV-commentators said that Spengler Cup contract of Diaz and Brunner (both EV Zoug during the lock-out) were only for 3 games. Since Davos will play 5 games (if they win tonight, they play the final against Team Canada, there are winning 3-2 after 2 periods), they were bench two times.

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That's right, Diaz and Brunner asked for permission to play the semi and the final, but this wasn't granted. So they sat out in the semi and can now play in the final vs. Canada.

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HC Davos wins their semi-final versus Vitkovice (the only team with no current NHLers, as far as I could tell - they had Oleg Sapyrkin and Nikita Filatov --- as well as Alexei Emelin's cousin Sergei Emelin).

Patrick Kane scored for Davos with 22-seconds left to go ahead 5-4, which they would hold onto.

Canada beat Davos 5-0 in the round robin, I'm sure it'll be a lot closer this time around!

6AM on TSN! Hope you guys are awake!!


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The semi-final was vs. Vitkovice, the quarter-final was vs. UFA yesterday.

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ah, you're right, my bad. lol same thing applies

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Saw the game between Davos and UFA and lost interest in the tournament, unfortunatly.

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Saw the game between Davos and UFA and lost interest in the tournament, unfortunatly.
Why ?

I might catch a few minutes tomorrow before I trudge to work.

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Canada up to a crazy start.

2-0 in the first 5-minutes.

Patrice Bergeron and Derrick Walser scored for Canada.

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Ryan Smyth puts Canada up 3-0.

Bergeron has 3-points already!

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Why ?

I might catch a few minutes tomorrow before I trudge to work.
Not very good hockey.

Plus, Galchenyuk and the States are currently playing. I watch that over any Spengler Cup action.

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Not very good hockey.

Plus, Galchenyuk and the States are currently playing. I watch that over any Spengler Cup action.
Not very good hockey there either, from the game itself and from Galchenyuk especially.

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Not very good hockey there either, from the game itself and from Galchenyuk especially.
Yeah, it's a bit depressing.

I'll likely tune into this game once the States are done crushing Slovakia.

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Diaz not looking too hot for Davos right now.

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Diaz with another weak play, he backed down and let Spezza use him as a screen, he looks really bad in his own zone today, he's alway a step behind and he looks overmatched most of the time.

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That was a really strong team Canada put together. Really enjoyed watching the Spengler this year. Interesting type of hockey. And birds flying around the arena adds a certain charm too lol.

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