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01-30-2014, 07:04 AM
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Does anyone know where one can find the reserve lists for each Olympic team?

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The Swedish list is Robin Lehner, Nicklas Grossman, Erik Gustafsson, Jonas Brodin, Staffan Kronwall, Patric Hrnqvist, Marcus Johansson, Gustav Nyquist.

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The Swedish list is Robin Lehner, Nicklas Grossman, Erik Gustafsson, Jonas Brodin, Staffan Kronwall, Patric Hrnqvist, Marcus Johansson, Gustav Nyquist.
Did Hedman kill the coach's dog or something?

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Did Hedman kill the coach's dog or something?
E.Gustafsson, Tallinder, Grossman over Hedman.... looks weird....like super-weird.


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The Swedish list is Robin Lehner, Nicklas Grossman, Erik Gustafsson, Jonas Brodin, Staffan Kronwall, Patric Hrnqvist, Marcus Johansson, Gustav Nyquist.
So who replacrs Franzen? Some good options

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E.Gustafsson, Tallinder, Grossman over Hedman.... looks weird....like super-weird.
Looks like they're going for vets over youth. Brodin and Lindholm got snubbed too.

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Did Hedman kill the coach's dog or something?
He seduced his wife.

Who do you guys think will replace stamkos if he can't play? St. Louis?

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He seduced his wife.

Who do you guys think will replace stamkos if he can't play? St. Louis?
Giroux seems to be the frontrunner, but Neal is consistently mentioned as the player most suited to a Stamkos role.

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St. Louis, Giroux, Couture and Neal are probably the frontrunners for Canada's spare forwards

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Yandle for a PMD and EJ for a DFD on the backend seem likely for the US based on those articles. Okposo up front for a winger and Dubinsky for a center. Bishop for a goalie probably.

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St. Louis, Giroux, Couture and Neal are probably the frontrunners for Canada's spare forwards
HNIC listed Neal as the front runner, St. Louis was 3rd and Hall was 4th. Giroux wasn't mentioned.

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St. Louis, Giroux, Couture and Neal are probably the frontrunners for Canada's spare forwards
On CBC tonight they had the following as Canada's reserve list.

Forwards: Hall / Neal / E. Staal / St. Louis

Defenseman: Giordano / Seabrook / M. Staal

Goaltender: Crawford

Giroux snubbed even from the reserve list! Joins Hedman on the oly super snub team

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I have a hard time believing Yzerman tells St Louis no a third time.

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On CBC tonight they had the following as Canada's reserve list.

Forwards: Hall / Neal / E. Staal / St. Louis

Defenseman: Giordano / Seabrook / M. Staal

Goaltender: Crawford

Giroux snubbed even from the reserve list! Joins Hedman on the oly super snub team
Ahh, Staal was the second guy. Pretty surprised Seabrook is behind Gio!

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I have a hard time believing Yzerman tells St Louis no a third time.
I could see Stevie Y calling on Neal over Marty as a replacement for Stamkos. They could use "chemistry" as an excuse, but we all know he wants to rest his aging fwd.

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I could see Stevie Y calling on Neal over Marty as a replacement for Stamkos. They could use "chemistry" as an excuse, but we all know he wants to rest his aging fwd.
As a player who went to the Olympics with a bad knee in 2002, I very much doubt that Yzerman would snub a player a chance to play for Canada for such a reason. In fact I find it silly to even suggest. If he had to pick another forward and didn't select St. Louis, it'd be for the same reason he wasn't selected originally - Hockey Canada didn't see him as a fit for their best lineup.

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Ahh, Staal was the second guy. Pretty surprised Seabrook is behind Gio!
Well, Giordano is simply on fire this season. He really should have made the team over Hamhuis but the injury cost him.

But, I wouldn't say that Seabrook is ahead or behind Giordano. If a right handed defenseman goes down Seabrook should get the call, if a left handed defenseman is injured it's Giordano who should be flying over. And that's almost definitely the plan.

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Ahh, Staal was the second guy. Pretty surprised Seabrook is behind Gio!
It may just be the case that they listed the guys in alphabetical order. I expect the replacement for any of these guys would be based on the role they need to fill, which itself is dependent upon who goes down.

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Sorry for any confusion regarding the order of the reserve list. I was just putting it in alphabetical order. The commentary along with it indicated Staal would actually be #1 on the dmen reserve list. I also remember them being a bit surprised that Hall was on it and the mention of Neal getting ready to go on holiday rather than Sochi.

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HNIC listed Neal as the front runner, St. Louis was 3rd and Hall was 4th. Giroux wasn't mentioned.


Did Giroux kill the coach's dog or something?

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Giroux not on the reserve list I find most puzzling. I wouldn't want to be the Hockey Canada GM at some point in charge of putting together a World Championship team and then making the call to Giroux to be part of the team. b/c if it were me taking that call it would be one profanity laced response directed at Hockey Canada. I'd accept the invite of course and go play, but nobody at Hockey Canada would be spared my wrath. You dumb ********f%^&*ers.

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E.Gustafsson, Tallinder, Grossman over Hedman.... looks weird....like super-weird.
Grossmann hasn't even had a very good season. It's absolutely insane that he's on the list ahead of Hedman.

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I'm thinking Giroux's exclusion must be due to something else besides his performance. Maybe the idea that he needs to be the leader of the pack and might clash with Crosby to some extent?

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