Spezza always has this dorky look on his face but it kind of makes him endearing. It's hard for me to dislike him.
Really happy for the guys. With no NHL right now, it's something that they can enjoy for the time being and I'm sure being winning an international hockey tournament isn't going to look bad on their hockey resume.
By the way, what kind of medals are those? It's not a very clear shot...but they look almost transparent.
They're line plaques almost. Since its not a "gold silver bronze" tourney!
So much this. Every game I've seen Forster play, he seems to do something cheap and dirty.
Speaking of, I still can't figure out why Carlo Colaiacovo somehow has a "cheap and dirty" magnet on him. He's not really injury prone, it just seems like every time he's on the ice and a cheap shot is thrown, he's the target.
An interesting tournament to watch on TV this holiday season along side the WJHC. The Swiss fans really added a fun atmosphere to the event. Once Team Canada gained a little chemistry it was obvious that the Canadian NHL players had better a combination of speed, size, and elite skill than the average European professional (honorable mention to Kane who was dominant for HC Davos), which resulted in Canada cruising to a Spengler Cup championship.