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05-20-2004, 05:46 PM
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USAs roster looks old

http://wch2004.com/countries/usa/roster052004.html




two under 25 and 19 over 30

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who cares about the age? i say usa has a very good team! and guys question, y hasnt the world cup been played since 1996?

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They are a good team but they can't match Canada's incredible depth!!!
Even a Canada B team would be comparable to what USA have to offer!

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They should have given Komi some experience for future years instead of Klee.

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They should have given Komi some experience for future years instead of Klee.
AGREED !!! komi impressed me in the playoff he is playing a good physicall game and I don't know if I like more Klee than komi it's is a mistake to choose Klee

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AGREED !!! komi impressed me in the playoff he is playing a good physicall game and I don't know if I like more Klee than komi it's is a mistake to choose Klee
I agree but Komisarek is far from being a proven player. Not even a single complete season in NHL. We all know he's good but not enough experience i guess.

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I agree but Komisarek is far from being a proven player. Not even a single complete season in NHL. We all know he's good but not enough experience i guess.
Agreed, his time will come, but not yet. Heck it may not come at all for all we know...........

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I agree but Komisarek is far from being a proven player. Not even a single complete season in NHL. We all know he's good but not enough experience i guess.
ya agree but i hope that their are some hockey next year komo will impress everybody with a full season he will be a proven player after one complete season he will be a proven player for sure.EaGle1 dit moi ya combien de chances (en pourcentage) qui'il aura du hockey l'anne prochaine je crois que c 90 % et plus qui'il en aura pas dit moi si il a au moins une toute petite chance qui'il aura du hockey l'anne prochaine

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They should have given Komi some experience for future years instead of Klee.
They want to win... not develop guys like Komisarek.

He's not even a proven NHL'er... why the hell would they even consider him?

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They want to win... not develop guys like Komisarek.

He's not even a proven NHL'er... why the hell would they even consider him?
The point is to build for the future. You can afford to carry a youngster like Komi rather than an over-the hiller like Klee(who will be in an old folks home the next World Cup)

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ya agree but i hope that their are some hockey next year komo will impress everybody with a full season he will be a proven player after one complete season he will be a proven player for sure.EaGle1 dit moi ya combien de chances (en pourcentage) qui'il aura du hockey l'anne prochaine je crois que c 90 % et plus qui'il en aura pas dit moi si il a au moins une toute petite chance qui'il aura du hockey l'anne prochaine
Ça regarde mal avec l'asti de crétin de Goodenow qui dit qu'il y aura pas de hockey.
C'est peut-être juste le bluff habituel des syndicats pour faire peur aux propriétaires. Une chose est sûre, je hais Goodenow. 75% des revenus vont sur les salaires et Mr. veut pas lâcher un pouce. Ya même pas l'air de vouloir négocier.
Y'a des vétérans qui vont péter leurs coches (Andreychuk, Chelios, Damphousse et cie.).

Ça serait peut-être une bonne chose de faire le lock-out. On se débarasserait des mauvais marchés comme Pittsburgh (it's sad, i know), Anaheim, et on retomberait à 22-23 équipes. On aurait du hockey meilleur que jamais, pis c Goodenow qui mangerait la marde parce que ça voudrait dire des centaines de jobs de moins.

Moi je dis 65% de chance de lock-out.

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This USA team is weak in nets, has a shotty defensive corps (looks like the Red Wags and Laffs lineup), and has Jason Blake as a forward. Enough said.

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This USA team is weak in nets, has a shotty defensive corps (looks like the Red Wags and Laffs lineup), and has Jason Blake as a forward. Enough said.
Jason Blake is good. Comparable to Maltby...

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Canada has a much better team imo, and thats all that matters to me folks (holly crap, I just pulled a Harry Neal )

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why hasnt the world cup been played since 1996?
It's suppose to be every 4 years but it got cancelled in 2000.

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