Discussion in 'International Tournaments' started by joe_shannon_1983*, Feb 22, 2006.
Finland survives. Game over.
USA is playing SUPER in this third period despite all their penalties. They deserved to win the game, but niitymaki stoned them several times.
Sad to see USA go home
USA goes home....I advance in the pool. LOL
Nitty won the game for us today! YEEESSSS!!!!!!!!!!!
Exciting game, at least.
tough break usa - well done chris chelios - a true warrior
Good game Finland. Way to finish it under enormous pressure.
Appeared to have pulled something in the game against Russia. Didn't play more than a minute in the 3rd today.
LOL u think u guys are so superior like in last 5 minutes? Comon its just tactic to only defend the lead
Congrats to the Team Finland. Your boys had a better tournament than ours and deserve to advance.
Good luck in your next game.
Damn. I was hoping for at least OT.
Finns hang on for 4-3 victory, didn't look as crisp as they did in group play, they'll have to step it up if they want to win semifinal.
I can't believe Finland didn't drop the game in the 3rd!
Congrats Finland...good luck against Canada/Russia.
You are wrong, someone posted the IIHF rules, could you be any more clueless?
GO Russia! My newest favorite hockey unit thingy
Congrats to Finland.
What a tourney for the U.S. They have bested or equaled hockey's elite in every game, yet lost 4 of the 6 and only won once. Definitely not our year.
I loved the effort down the stretch, but I'm disappointed as a whole.
It took Laviolette 5 and 3/4 games to put Drury with Gionta, and we didn't have a great chance until the end of the third...
Finland played well. If only Team USA played as well in the second and first periods as they did in the third.
Alas, like the Slovakia, Sweden, and Russia game, it was not to be.
2010 will be a fun year, though.
Now to watch Canada lose...
I want the underdog-status back, we play like a **** when we're a contender!!!
Back to the drawing board see ya in four years.....
Pheeeeeeeeew! Now I know how IÂ´ll die. 2030 olympics, Finland-Sweden quarterfinals, Sven Svensson reduces to 1-2 at 56.44........