Every time I watch Team Canada play in international tournaments, I am always shocked at how poorly they support the puck compared to teams from Europe. Most of the European teams overload the side the puck is on and create an odd man advantage. It is probably one of the weakest aspects of the Canadian game. Canada needs to at least match the number of players the other team has pursuing the puck. As for passion, the team needs to start finishing their checks and skating harder. Putting that jersey on your back means something! They have to start making their opponents worry about an oncoming hit when they are making decisions with the puck. As for Quinn, how is the team supposed to gel when he can't decide who is playing with who? Put Bertuzzi with Nash and Thornton and tell them to get physical. Keep Gagne with Iginla and Sakic and tell them to skate their behinds off. Put Smyth with Draper (maybe Richards) and Doan and tell them to create energy for their team. Play the remaining three guys a little more sparingly, because they are not doing much right now. As for the PP, keep that first monster sized line together for the first unit and let them get physical with the other team. If they don't get it done, then put out the second speedy/finesse line when the first PK unit for the other team is tired.