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12-10-2003, 08:36 PM
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WJC :Team Canada.. Some groups...

I divided the WJC Canadians forwards in 4 groups...

Note: everyone in the Camp are strong enoung to make an impression and finnally crack the lineup. But some (In my mind) have more chances that others to be part of the Team Canada. So, if a player is part of my weakest group, it's not that he is not good........

Group 1= LOCK... (90-100%) of being part of Team Canada.
the order is meaningless....
1- Brent Burns.
2- Daniel Paille
3- Maxime Talbot
4- Sidney Crosby
5- Jeff Tambellini

Group 2 = Great chances of make the team.. (75-90%)

1- Ryan Getzlaf
2- Mike Richards
3- Jeff Carter
4- Corey Perry
5- Anthony Stewart

Group 3 = (50-75 %) Good chances of crack the lineup if they got a STRONG camp..

1- Stephen Dixon
2- Eric Fehr
3- Adam Henrich
4- Tim Brent
5- Marc-André Bernier (I think that durocher would like to have the two Q forwards player in the final team)

Group 4= Long shot but still can crack the lineup by a GREAT GREAT START

1- Jeremy Collition
2- Kyle Brodziak
3- Adam Courchaine
4- Nigel Dawes

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7 will be cut.. I guess it'll be Dawes, Courchaine, Collition, Henrich, Brodziak, and Dixon (or Bernier).......


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Originally Posted by SpezNc
Group 1= LOCK... (90-100%) of being part of Team Canada.
the order is meaningless....
1- Brent Burns.
2- Daniel Paille
3- Maxime Talbot
4- Sidney Crosby
5- Jeff Tambellini
All I have to say here is...

Marc-André Fleury !!

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Quote:
Originally Posted by SpezNc
I divided the WJC Canadians forwards in 4 groups...

Note: everyone in the Camp are strong enoung to make an impression and finnally crack the lineup. But some (In my mind) have more chances that others to be part of the Team Canada. So, if a player is part of my weakest group, it's not that he is not good........

Group 1= LOCK... (90-100%) of being part of Team Canada.
the order is meaningless....
1- Brent Burns.
2- Daniel Paille
3- Maxime Talbot
4- Sidney Crosby
5- Jeff Tambellini

Group 2 = Great chances of make the team.. (75-90%)

1- Ryan Getzlaf
2- Mike Richards
3- Jeff Carter
4- Corey Perry
5- Anthony Stewart

Group 3 = (50-75 %) Good chances of crack the lineup if they got a STRONG camp..

1- Stephen Dixon
2- Eric Fehr
3- Adam Henrich
4- Tim Brent
5- Marc-André Bernier (I think that durocher would like to have the two Q forwards player in the final team)

Group 4= Long shot but still can crack the lineup by a GREAT GREAT START

1- Jeremy Collition
2- Kyle Brodziak
3- Adam Courchaine
4- Nigel Dawes

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7 will be cut.. I guess it'll be Dawes, Courchaine, Collition, Henrich, Brodziak, and Dixon (or Bernier).......
Pretty good list, I basically just agree.

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12-10-2003, 09:18 PM
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All I have to say here is...

Marc-André Fleury !!
You made the same error as I did... he's just talking about forwards here.

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what about Steve Bernier?

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what about Steve Bernier?
He never got invited to the camp.

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Dawes

I am just wondering why everyone thinks Nigel Dawes will be cut. I haven't seen his name on one projected line up. Is it his size that is scaring people off or, in your opinion is he just not as good as some of the other players?

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His size and his skating.

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I think that Stewart is a lock to make the team, personally. I think his combination of skill and size, as well as his international experience, will fit in well with how Team Canada usually makes up this junior team.

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I'd say that Richards is a lock to make the team along with the five guys you named. Of course, naming Fleury would be redundant.

I'd be shocked if Dixon and Bernier don't make the team too. They'd be great fourth liners and Bernier would be a wicked guy to have on the powerplay.

I like the group on the blueline but it'd be nice to see Bruno Gervais get some credit for what he does.

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Id much rather see Dixon make the team then Bernier. Dixon is a very talented player who gives it his all every game he plays.

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