MVP for each team

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  1. Crusher20

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    who are the mvp of each team for you.

    Canada = Lecavalier

    USA = Tkatchuk

    Finland = Koivu, Kiprusoff and Timonen.. tight race, those have done great.

    Czech Republic = Elias

    Slovakia = dont know...

    Swede = Modin

    Russia = Kovalev

    Germany = Sturm
     
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    Lecavalier is my Canada MVP up to now. Brodeur have been great, but the way this team is playing... he's not the most valuable player for me.
     
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    For Slovakia= Cibak
    Russia= Bryzgalov
    Finland= Kipper
    Canada= The Sakic Line
    USA= Esche
    Germany= Kolzig
    CZE= The whole team but mainly Vokoun
    Sweden= Modin
     
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    Canada = Vincent Lecavalier

    USA = Tkachuk

    Finland = Kimmo Timonen

    Czech Republic = Tomas Vokoun

    Slovakia = there isn't one I can find, Pavol Demitra?

    Swede = Modin

    Russia = Kovalev

    Germany = Kolzig
     
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    Canada = Broduer

    USA = Tkachuk

    Finland = SAKU KOIVU

    Czech Republic = Tomas Vokoun

    Slovakia = Demitra

    Swede = Modin

    Russia = Kovalev

    Germany = Kolzig
     
  7. monkey_00*

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    Canada = Martin Brodeur

    USA = Keith Tkachuk

    Finland = Saku Koivu

    Czech Republic = Patrick Elias

    Slovakia = Zdeno Chara (heh heh heh)

    Swede = Mats Sundin's mother (made soup one afternoon for the boys)

    Russia = Alexei Yashin

    Germany = Marco Sturm
     
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    Canada = Sakic

    USA = Esche

    Finland = Kiprusoff

    Czech Republic = Elias

    Slovakia = Nobody was good

    Sweden = Modin

    Russia = Kovalev

    Germany = Sturm
     
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    Canada = lecavalier has been by far the most consistant player, and is in a tie in points with sakic. brodeur would have been a good choice too, but his injury sort of disqualifies him from here.

    USA = tkachuk

    Finland = koivu

    Czech Republic = elias

    Slovakia = eeek. they didnt even average a goal a game did they? may as well say chara.

    Swede = after reading about sundin's mom, it's gotta be her! :D

    Russia = kovalev.

    Germany = sturm? kolzig? i dunno.
     
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    Canada = Smyth
    USA = Esche
    Finland = Kipprusoff
    Czech Republic = Zidlicky
    Slovakia = Hossa
    Sweden = Modin
    Russia = Kovalev
    Germany = Sturm

    No real surprises here, although I think Smyth is sort of a sleeper pick. He's a high powered offensive player and he really throws the tempo of a lot of games in Canada's favour. That's how I feel.
     
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    Canada: Ryan Smyth
    Czech Republic: Marek Zidlicky
    Finland: Saku Koivu
    Germany: Marco Sturm
    Russia: Ilya Bryzgalov
    Slovakia: Zdeno Chara, I guess
    Sweden: Fredrik Modin
    USA: Keith Tkachuk
     
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    Koivu has been great and all, but Kiprusoff has given up 6 goals in 5 games....
     
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    without koivu even thats not enough to get to the finals.
     
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    Finland = Timonen
    Canada = Lemieux
    Czech Republic = Zidlicky
    USA = Esche
    Russia = Kovalev
    Sweden = Modin
    Slovakia = Cibak
    Germany = Kolzig
     
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    how can tkachuk be the mvp for USA off of one game?
     
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    Top 3 of eeach team

    Canada:
    1. Brodeur
    2. Sakic
    3. Lecavalier

    USA:
    1. Modano
    2.Tkachuk
    3. Guerin

    Slovakia:
    1. Chara
    2. Cibak
    3. Demitra

    Russia:
    1. Kovalev
    2. Yashin
    3. Zubrus

    Finland:
    1. Koivu
    2. Timonen
    3. Kipprusoff

    Sweden:
    1. Modin
    2. Alfredsson
    3. Sundin

    Czech:
    1. Elias
    2. Zidlicky
    3. Havlat

    Germany:
    1. Sturm
    2. Kolzig
    3. Boos
     
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    there is no way lemieux has even been close to being the best canadian player. i love the guy and all, but it's getting a bit sickening to see all the praise the man gets for every little thing he does.
     
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