warning; the host is very biased against…uh, you’ll know.
In a few hours we’ll know who are champions.
Will it be Sweden, will it be Canada.
I’m no fool, so I’ve got money on Canada. How could they not have brought the dough to pay for the final, too? hee hee.
Just Kidding, I didn’t place a bet. But I’m thinking… Continue reading
There are valiant efforts and there are cryin’ shames. And, its a cryin’ shame that Russia iced the puck with just a dozen or so ticks of the clock left in regulation; or, that they couldn’t get it past Subban(?) with just over 10 seconds to go – twice.
But fatigue plays a factor in these cometitions and for some reason the IIHF wants tired teams playing for the second night in a row. I’m not saying it would have made a difference in the game because I don’t have to, everybody knows it. But you also create your own luck and Canada believed it could happen until the end, and you have to hand it to them for that. They also did what they do best – they dump the puck in and chase it down with frenzy. I again have to defer to this article:
http://deanbrownblog.blogspot.com/2008/03/ducks-are-right-kind-of-dirty.html. Continue reading
*writer’s note: I’m watching on my DVR, so I’m not necessarily live…
Is John Tavares playing in this game?
The real star of Canada is Dustin Tokarski. Where would they be without this little spark plug? Some great play by Ennis, Subban, Kane, and Cormier.
Della Rovere continues to disgrace the Canadian team and it’s a wonder how he’s getting away with it. The game is working into the Canadian game-plan of flooding the game with penalties. The Russians need to continue to come together as a team, rather than a group of individuals and after some shaky decision making early are looking solid. Continue reading