Yeah, I liked the PT schedule better myself. I'll be able to catch most of the US men's game, but may have to leave before it's over.
They'd been showing the games again late at night so far (got to watch the US women's last night at about 3 am after they screwed up and showed Snow Dogs or something instead live), but I'm not seeing anything for the US games to be replayed tomorrow.
No shock. The Staal line is going to seriously wreck some people. The size, tenacity and big play ability of all 3 is going to drive other teams absolutely NUTS. Add in that Staal and Getzlaf are two of the most underrated two-way players in the game, I honestly see that being possibly the most unheralded line of the olympics, but possibly among the most dominant if not THE most dominant.
Never really paid attention to their lineup, but interesting that they have 2 centers (counting Marleau) per line. I guess they should be pretty good on faceoffs.
Nash and Marleau playing RW...strange that they wouldn't leave them at LW where they're used to playing.
It's probably just a typo/mistake. I doubt they'd play both Nash and Bergeron out of position on their off-wings on the same line.