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12-10-2006, 09:59 PM
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Team Canada Selection Camp Webcast

You can watch the three intersquad games that are a part of the selection camp by signing here

EXCLUSIVE INSIDER WEBCAST SCHEDULE:

Tuesday, Dec. 12 – Red vs. White
– 8:00pm ET

Wednesday, Dec. 13 – Red vs. White
– 8:00pm ET

Thursday, Dec. 14 – Selection Camp vs. CIS All-Stars
– 7:00pm ET

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12-10-2006, 11:46 PM
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You can watch the three intersquad games that are a part of the selection camp by signing here

EXCLUSIVE INSIDER WEBCAST SCHEDULE:

Tuesday, Dec. 12 – Red vs. White
– 8:00pm ET

Wednesday, Dec. 13 – Red vs. White
– 8:00pm ET

Thursday, Dec. 14 – Selection Camp vs. CIS All-Stars
– 7:00pm ET
I managed to get to the practices tonight, I'm not one for posting long updates, but any questions, and I'd be happy to answer.

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12-11-2006, 08:03 AM
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I managed to get to the practices tonight, I'm not one for posting long updates, but any questions, and I'd be happy to answer.
Let's start with the most obvious questions....How was our 2 guys?

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How esposito gagner tavares did look like?

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12-11-2006, 11:36 PM
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Let's start with the most obvious questions....How was our 2 guys?
Sorry for the delay, Price seems to be outperforming the other 2 (Irving and Bernier) in the drills thus far. He moves very fluidly side to side and stands very tall in the net. He seemed to have an easier time moving the puck than the other two goalies. There seems to be a huge Irving hype here in Calgary, but that mostly has to do with the fact that he was the Flames 1st rounder. But he has the edge in stats. Funny thing though, both he and bernier have new catching mits on (Canada colors) and bernier has new pads too. (doubt it means anything) Bernier had a bit of trouble communicating with Hirsh as he did a couple of the drills incorrect. Price is definetly looser than the other 2, and he is always shooting a puck, stickhandeling, or shooting on the other goalies. My personal choice would be to have him on the team even if he doesn't start.

Maxwell is very speedy, and has a pretty good shot as well. His skill is good enough to be there but he probably won't have a spot with all the retourneys at center this year. Plus having seen him in the dub this year, he should only be used in a top 6 role. It's unfortunate, but next year he should have a better chance at cracking the roster.

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How esposito gagner tavares did look like?
Of the three Ganger was the most impressive. He was stronger than the other 2. You can tell Tavares is 16, the rest of the guys were a lot stronger than him, but he does posess a nice release and skates very well. Esposito, again was moved off the puck fairly easy by the defence. Both he and Tavares tried a few fancy moves, but ther were just pushed off the puck. After day one, Gagner looked the best of the three.

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12-11-2006, 11:41 PM
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How did Cogliano look? He was one of my faves last year. Him and Downey, of course.

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How did Cogliano look? He was one of my faves last year. Him and Downey, of course.
Sorry, I didn't really watch Cogliano, I was watching i was watching his linemates Brad Marchant (a fellow Nove Scotia kid) and Claude Giroux. That line can flat out fly.

Downie really impressed me, the guy is pretty skilled, skates very well, and is also really strong. at one point he was favoring a leg like he hurt it (he kinda coasted around the empty end of the rink for a few), but then a min later he blew by a d-man in a drill, so i guess it was nothing.

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12-12-2006, 01:26 AM
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Thx all for the link and the scouting report

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12-12-2006, 08:24 PM
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anyone watching the game? Maxwell and Price are playing on the Red Team...

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12-12-2006, 08:26 PM
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anyone watching the game? Maxwell and Price are playing on the Red Team...
I'm not watching, but I checked over on the main board.

3-1 Reds after 2 periods. Price played the first half of the game for Red, and allowed just 1 goal. Maxwell has one of the 3 Red Team goals.

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12-12-2006, 08:28 PM
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anyone watching the game? Maxwell and Price are playing on the Red Team...
Crap, I forgott about the game, and I was going to get off at Brentwood station too. I'll go tomorrow and give an update if you guys want.

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http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.cfm...me_id/1088.htm

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12-12-2006, 09:14 PM
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Canada - Red, 15:50, 9 Ben Maxwell (14 Kenndal McArdle , 25 Claude Giroux)



I wonder how many shots Price got? I wish they marked which goalie let in how many goals. Not to wish bad luck on anyone, but I hope Irving's the one who let in 2 or 3 goals in the second period. He's the one giving the most competition to Price.

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I guess Bob Mackenzie says the goal Price let in was weak, even though it was tipped????

And Irving let in a softy or two.

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12-12-2006, 09:46 PM
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I wish they marked which goalie let in how many goals. Not to wish bad luck on anyone, but I hope Irving's the one who let in 2 or 3 goals in the second period. He's the one giving the most competition to Price.
Irving gave up the goals to Perreault and Letang. Letang's was a bit of a softy...a wrister from the high slot that went high blocker side.

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Just saw the highlites on RDS, Irving let in a softie.

Maxwell goal was nice, nice goal off the rush after taking a perfect pass.

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Sorry, I didn't really watch Cogliano, I was watching i was watching his linemates Brad Marchant (a fellow Nove Scotia kid) and Claude Giroux. That line can flat out fly.

Downie really impressed me, the guy is pretty skilled, skates very well, and is also really strong. at one point he was favoring a leg like he hurt it (he kinda coasted around the empty end of the rink for a few), but then a min later he blew by a d-man in a drill, so i guess it was nothing.
Thanks. I have no access, so any info is appreciated.

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Sorry, I didn't really watch Cogliano, I was watching i was watching his linemates Brad Marchant (a fellow Nove Scotia kid) and Claude Giroux. That line can flat out fly.

Downie really impressed me, the guy is pretty skilled, skates very well, and is also really strong. at one point he was favoring a leg like he hurt it (he kinda coasted around the empty end of the rink for a few), but then a min later he blew by a d-man in a drill, so i guess it was nothing.

Go Marchant ( even though i hate him when he plays against the Moose).

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Irving gave up the goals to Perreault and Letang. Letang's was a bit of a softy...a wrister from the high slot that went high blocker side.
I thought the Perreault goal (on Irving too) was even worse than the Letang one. As far as I'm concerned, he let in 2 softies. But the goal Price let in wasn't pretty either. Not a great night for masked men...

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Any reports on Maxwell???

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Any reports on Maxwell???
No idea how he did overall and I too would love for somebody who wathced the game to fill us in

His GWG was pretty though. Go Maxwell !!!

Is it me or does he seem taller than he's supposed to be ? Maybe that desired growth spurt really kicked in ?

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Team White 6 Team Red 3 (Final)

Goaltenders
White - Trevor Cann (2 goal on 18 shots)
White - Leland Irving (1 goal on 17 shots)
Red - Jonathan Bernier (3 goals on 13 shots)
Red - Carey Price (2 goals on 14 shots)

Goals
First Period
1 - White, Jonathan Toews (Chris Stewart, John Tavares)
2 - White, Brad Marchand (Andrew Cogliano, Steve Downie)

Second Period
3 - Red, Brendan Mikkelson (Claude Giroux)
4 - Red, James Neal
5 - White, Sam Gagner (Steve Downie)

Third Period
6 - White, Andrew Cogliano (Drew Doughty, Ryan Parent)
7 - White, Sam Gagner (Steve Downie)
8 - Red, Cody Bass (Claude Giroux)
9 - White, Chris Stewart (Sam Gagner)


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This Cann fellow has come out of nowhere and so far is outperforming every goalie in camp it seems.

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they didn't sent me the access code so I can't watch the game

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