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01-05-2013, 10:53 AM
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Pick your MVP for each team

Simple pick your stand out player for each team!

Canada - Ryan nugent Hopkins
Russia - Nail yakupov
Finland - Joel armia
USA - John gaudreau
Sweden - Sebastian collberg
Slovakia - Marko Dano


Didn't see too much of the other teams In
Action to comment let's see all your answers.

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01-05-2013, 11:25 AM
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Canada- Strome
USA- Gibson
Sweden- Collberg
Russia- Kucherov
Finland- Granlund
Germany- Rieder

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01-05-2013, 11:34 AM
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Czech - Jaskin
Canada - RNH
Slovakia - Dano
USA - Gibson
Russia - Vasilevski
Switzerland - Andrighetto
Finland - Teräväinen
Germany - Draisaitl
Sweden - Lundström
Latvia - Blugers


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01-05-2013, 11:42 AM
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Simple pick your stand out player for each team!

Canada - Ryan nugent Hopkins
Russia - Nail yakupov
Finland - Joel armia
USA - John gaudreau
Sweden - Sebastian collberg
Slovakia - Marko Dano


Didn't see too much of the other teams In
Action to comment let's see all your answers.
I like your list, except for Yakupov. Insert either Russian goalie instead of that 1 on 4 turnover machine...

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01-05-2013, 11:52 AM
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USA - Gibson
Sweden - Arvidsson
Russia - Kucherov
Canada - RNH

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01-05-2013, 11:58 AM
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I like your list, except for Yakupov. Insert either Russian goalie instead of that 1 on 4 turnover machine...
How the hell do you not give Gibson MVP for the USA?

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01-05-2013, 12:09 PM
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USA - Gibson
Sweden - Collberg
Russia - Kucherov
Canada - RNH
Czech - Hertl
Switzerland - Andrighetto
Finland - Teräväinen
Slovakia - Dano

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01-05-2013, 12:13 PM
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Canada - Harrington
USA - Gibson
Sweden - Arvidsson
Russia - Grigorenko
Finland - Granlund
Germany - Draisaitl
Switzerland - Bertschy
Slovakia - Dano

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01-05-2013, 12:19 PM
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Canada - RNH
USA - Gibson
Germany - Draisaitl
Russia - Kucherov
Sitzerland - Bertschy
Slovakia - Dano

Haven't seen much of Sweden, Finland and Lativa tbh.

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01-05-2013, 12:22 PM
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Finland - Granlund
USA - Gaudreau
Sweden - Forsberg (He impressed me when they beat us)

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My MVP choices with alternative selections:

USA - Johnny Gaudreau (Gibson)
Sweden - Niklas Lundström (Collberg)
Russia - Mikhail Grigorenko (Vasilevski)
Canada - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (Harrington)
Czech Rep. - Tomas Hertl (Jaskin)
Switzerland - Melvin Nyffeler (Andrighetto)
Finland - Rasmus Ristolainen (Teräväinen)
Slovakia - Marko Dano (Mikus)
Germany - Tobias Rieder (Draisaitl)
Latvia - Edgars Siksna (Blugers)

My pre-tournament predictions:

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Canada: RNH
Russia: Yakupov
Finland: Armia
USA: Jones
Sweden: Forsberg
Czech Republic: Frk
Slovakia: Dano
Latvia: Girgensons (didn't play)
Switzerland: Bertaggia
Germany: Rieder

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01-05-2013, 05:47 PM
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USA - Gibson
Sweden - Forsberg
Canada - RNH
Russia - Kucherov
Finland - Granlund
Czechs - Jaskin
Swiss - Andrighetto
Slovakia - Dano
Germany - Rieder
Latvia - Jevpalovs

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01-05-2013, 06:09 PM
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I like your list, except for Yakupov. Insert either Russian goalie instead of that 1 on 4 turnover machine...
well Yak was their most dangerous skater. But i would have chosen Vasilevski (however you spell it)

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01-05-2013, 06:13 PM
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Canada- Strome
USA- Gibson
Sweden- Collberg
Russia- Kucherov
Finland- Granlund
Germany- Rieder
Really?

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01-05-2013, 06:18 PM
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Canada - RNH
USA - Trouba
Russia- Grigorenko
Germany - Rrieder
Sweden - Forsberg

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01-05-2013, 06:22 PM
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Canada - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
Finland- Joel Armia
USA- Johnny Gaudreau
Russia- Vasilevski
Sweden - Sandberg (impressed me every game, small guy with loads of will and speed)

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01-05-2013, 06:37 PM
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USA- Gibson
CAN- RNH
SWE- Collberg
FIN- Armia
SUI- Andrighetto
RUS- Kucherov
GER- Draisatl
CZE- Hertl
SLV- Dano
LAT-

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01-05-2013, 06:46 PM
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Canada: RNH
USA; Trouba
Finland: Armia
Sweden: Forsberg
Swiss: Andrighetto
Czech: Musil
Slovakia: Dani
Germany: Reider

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01-05-2013, 08:23 PM
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Anyone voting for Collberg saw nothing but the stat sheet. Possibly a top 10 player for Sweden.

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well Yak was their most dangerous skater.
You're not wrong there. He was dangerous for his team and the opponent's.

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USA - Gibson et al
SWE - Sandberg, (Rönnberg := )
RUS - Nichushkin
CAN - Drouin, RNH
CZE - Hertl, Jashkin
SUI - Richard, Andrighetto
FIN - Aaltonen, Ristolainen
SVK - Mikus, Dano

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01-07-2013, 12:44 PM
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Canada: RNH
USA; Trouba
Finland: Armia
Sweden: Forsberg
Swiss: Andrighetto
Czech: Musil
Slovakia: Dani
Germany: Reider
Hell no. It's obviously between Hertl and Jaškin. Hertl was better against Finland and USA, Jaškin against Switzerland and Latvia. They were both pretty much invisible in the opening game with Sweden and I couldn't watch the 5th place game against Switzerland.

Even though I like Hertl a bit more, I'd give it to Jaškin probably.

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Russia - Ryan Murphy
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Canada: RNH
USA: John Gibson
Slovakia: Marko Dano
Russia: Andrei Makarov
Germany: Leon Draisaitl
Sweden: Nicklas Lundstrom
Finland: Rasmus Ristolainen
Czech Republic: Dmitrij Jaskin
Latvia: Didn't see them play
Switzerland: Didn't see them play

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