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03-16-2008, 09:09 AM
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Stop saying stupid things loser. Ovechkin = Canada OUT. What doesn't help are the Sokolov and the Eremenkos of the world....With solid goalie in 2010 it will be just like 198-1.
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Ovechkin - Datsyuk - Viktor Kozlov
Kovalchuk - Malkin - Frolov
Zaripov - Zinoviev - Morozov
Semin - Brylin/Nikulin - Radulov

Gonchar - Volchenkov
Markov - Markov
Tyutin - Piganovich

Nabokov
Bryzgalov
Varlamov

I believe the key is to establish chemistry as soon as possible. Therefore, I kept Kozlov and AO on the same line. 2nd line already played together in WC07, they looked rusty at first, but then became one of the dominant line in the tournament. ZZM..........hopefully they will remain together. Now the 4th line I was not too sure about. I think we are set with wingers, but not too sure about a center.


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03-16-2008, 09:32 AM
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as you should.

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03-16-2008, 11:14 AM
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Ovechkin - Datsyuk - Viktor Kozlov
Kovalchuk - Malkin - Frolov
Zaripov - Zinoviev - Morozov
Semin - Brylin/Nikulin - Radulov

Gonchar - Volchenkov
Markov - Markov
Tyutin - Piganovich

Nabokov
Bryzgalov
Varlamov

I believe the key is to establish chemistry as soon as possible. Therefore, I kept Kozlov and AO on the same line. 2nd line already played together in WC07, they looked rusty at first, but then became one of the moninat line in the tournament. ZZM..........hopefully they will remain together. Now the 4th line I was not too sure about. I think we are set with wingers, but not too sure about a center.
Svitov would be an ideal center for the 4th line......especially on the NHL sized ice. Not sure about ZZM on small ice either; especially Zaripov. If Antropov plays in 2010:

Ovechkin - Datsyuk - Semin
Kovalchuk - Malkin - Radulov
Frolov - Antropov - Zherdev
Kulemin - Svitov - Nepryaev

Markov - Markov
Gonchar - Volchenkov
Tyutin - Grebeshkov

Nabokov
Bryzgalov

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03-16-2008, 01:02 PM
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Svitov sucks. Nepryaev sucks please no garbage players like this get serious. Malkin Kovalchuk Ovechkin Datsyuk Kovalev Zherdev Semin Radulov Kozlov Afinogenov Morozov Makarov Filatov Cherepanov Zinoviev Saprykin Zaripov it's from that pool...

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03-16-2008, 01:04 PM
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+ Frolov and maybe Kulemin...

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03-16-2008, 01:04 PM
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Zubov Atyushov for defense also.

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03-16-2008, 01:47 PM
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Zubov Atyushov for defense also.
I believe Zubov said he will not play for Russia.

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03-16-2008, 03:51 PM
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If we have an intelligent coach everyone will play.

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03-16-2008, 05:04 PM
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Canada matches your Offensive skills, and wins out all other categories.

Please dont take that personally though Russia is my favourite Country next to Canada, I wish them a silver medal.

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Canada matches your Offensive skills, and wins out all other categories.

Please dont take that personally though Russia is my favourite Country next to Canada, I wish them a silver medal.
Don't take it personally but Canada is Canada. THey never deserve to win a gold medal again. I think the only problem we really have is defense. Ill admit it isnt as solid as Canada's but who knows, in the next few years Russian defenders may blossom into amazing players. It will all depend on how Russia plays as a team.

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03-16-2008, 07:57 PM
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I can't wait i have made so many bets already 2010 is the year we win olympic gold

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03-16-2008, 08:26 PM
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gonna be a damn fine tournament. they better not disappoint.

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03-16-2008, 08:27 PM
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If Antropov plays in 2010:
Antropov can't play. He's already been playing for the Kazakh team for years....and I believe he has Canadian citizenship as well now

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03-16-2008, 08:48 PM
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Don't take it personally but Canada is Canada. THey never deserve to win a gold medal again. I think the only problem we really have is defense. Ill admit it isnt as solid as Canada's but who knows, in the next few years Russian defenders may blossom into amazing players. It will all depend on how Russia plays as a team.
One can dream that Russia will one day be as solid defensively as Canada with the likes of Phaneuf, Pronger, Niedermayer and Weber, ONE CAN DREAM!!!....

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03-17-2008, 12:41 AM
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Usa will suck as much as in Turin when they had 1W in 6 matches.
They will have a decent line that's it. The best guy now is about #25 in nhl scoring...Radulov will be your surprise guys get ready for a big explosion from him soon. Nabby or Ilya in goal no weak link this time. Will Kovalev play? Morozov will be 33 so if he continues like that he will be there. Always good to have some "hidden cards" to catch the Canadians, remember the great joob Sushinsky and Kharitonov did while we eliminated them at Turin. The 2010 will consist of 2/3 nhl goalies(maybe 3) 4-5/8 nhl D and 3/4 lines nhl . Look for Morozov Makarov Cherepanov???Makarov Atyushov especially .Anyhow this discussion is pointless now ...bring it back in over a year...
How good will USA be in 2 years?

Patrick Kane
Zach Parise
Scott Gomez
Dustin Brown
Peter Mueller
Patrick O'Sullivan
Erik Cole
Brian Rolston
Christopher Higgins
Chris Drury
Brian Gionta
Tim Connolly

Brian Rafalski
Erik Johnson
Paul Martin
Ryan Whitney
Jack Johnson
Joseph Corvo
Ryan Suter

Rick Dipietro
Ryan Miller

they have a damn solid team in two years, maybe the fastest lineup going into the tourney. Not big though.

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03-17-2008, 03:01 AM
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Nepryaev sucks please no garbage players like this get serious. Malkin Kovalchuk Ovechkin Datsyuk Kovalev Zherdev Semin Radulov Kozlov Afinogenov Morozov Makarov Filatov Cherepanov Zinoviev Saprykin Zaripov it's from that pool...
There has to be a player who can actually play defensive game. All-offensive team has no chances to win. Nepriaev is the best defensive forward we have for now

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03-17-2008, 08:21 AM
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Usa will be terrible again probably another 8th place finish.
Canada will be average probably short on goals like in Turin but should finish better than 7th place this time.

Russia-Sweden will probably battle for Gold.

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Usa will be terrible again probably another 8th place finish.
Canada will be average probably short on goals like in Turin but should finish better than 7th place this time.

Russia-Sweden will probably battle for Gold.
You mean be the favorite going into the tourney and have the best chance at winning gold.

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03-17-2008, 01:01 PM
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Yeah Sweden and Russia the favorites but Canada at home you never know. But the most important thing will be referees...If Canada gets Canadian refs again we know what that means... Anyhow let say Russia #1 Sweden #2 Canada #3

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Yeah Sweden and Russia the favorites but Canada at home you never know. But the most important thing will be referees...If Canada gets Canadian refs again we know what that means... Anyhow let say Russia #1 Sweden #2 Canada #3
I dont want to see Canada even win a medal. I want Latvia to upset everyone except the Russians. NOw that would be amazing.

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03-17-2008, 02:11 PM
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Belarus could surprise again they have many good young players + Kalyuzhny and the same total of medals as Canada in the last 3 Olympics !

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03-17-2008, 02:12 PM
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as Slovakia sorry...

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03-17-2008, 02:12 PM
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Canda will be desperate to improve on their 7th place finish in Torino.
Russia should win easily.

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Belarus could surprise again they have many good young players + Kalyuzhny and the same total of medals as Slovakia in the last 3 Olympics !

and the same number of golds as russia.

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Canda will be desperate to improve on their 7th place finish in Torino.
Russia should win easily.


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