Shootout lineups for the 4 remaining teams

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  1. Ovechkin+Bure=Goals

    Ovechkin+Bure=Goals Registered User

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    Ok folks, here are mine..

    Russia :
    Ovechkin
    Kovalchuk
    Datsyuk
    Kovalev
    Malkin

    Sweden:
    Alfredsson
    Forsberg
    Zetterberg
    Mats Sundin
    Jorgen Jonsson

    Czech:
    Jagr
    Lang
    Hejduk
    Rucinsky
    Malik.... :) ..just kidding...Hemsky

    Finland:
    Selanne
    Koivu
    Jussi Jokinen
    Olli Jokinen
    Lethinen
     
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    Mmm, don't know if I'd want Malkin taking the last shot. A lot of pressure on a kid, eh?

    Oh, and I'd probably replace Jonson with Lidstrom for Sweden
     
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    Kovalchuk won't be included.. They didn't include him during the World Champs (assuming Kovalev would have taken that last shot), and for good reason.
     
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    Jussi Jokinen has been lights out in shutouts this year. 8 for 8 I believe. I think either him or Teemu is going to take the last shot.
     
  5. Ovechkin+Bure=Goals

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    depends on shootout strategy...imo... i want to be sure that Jussi Jokinen is gonna take a shot... so I put him in the top 3...
     
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    I dont think Malkin would be taking a shot for Russia:

    Russia:
    1. Datstyuk
    2. Kovalev
    3. Kozlov
    4. Afinogenov
    5. Ovechkin


    *Afinogenov, and also Kovalev possibly being replaced by Kovalchuk due to in game performance.



    Nabokov better get pulled for Sokolov in the shootout, Sokolov isnt great or anything, but at least he isnt horrible in shootouts.
     
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    Nittymaki has had his shootout problems this season. I'd be more worried about him than the shooters if I was a Fin. :dunno:
     
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    I think that Straka is a better shootout guy than Rucinsky. Just my opinion.
     
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    Russia:
    Ovechkin
    Kovalev
    Datsyuk
    Kovalchuk
    Yashin
     
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    No Jörgen Jönsson for Sweden...

    Forsberg
    Sundin
    Alfredsson
    Modin
    Zetterberg

    ... would be my players. Maybe Mikael Samuelsson.
     
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    Czechs:

    Jagr
    Rucinsky
    Hejduk
    Hemsky
    Lang, Prospal or Straka?
     
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    Finland:

    Selänne
    J.Jokinen
    Ruutu
    N.Kapanen/O.Jokinen/?
    Koivu

    Jarkko Ruutu is good in shootouts and I think he will/would be one shooter.
    Only one name would be unsure in my team.
     
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    Jönsen will haunt us to our death. Everywhere.
     
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    We have seen so many times that youngsters can´t handle the pressure in these situations. Having experienced shooters might not be such a bad idea, of course there are always exceptions but they are rare.

    For Team Sweden:
    Mats Sundin
    Mikael Samuelsson (Smackibonk top roof)
    Daniel Alfredsson
    Fredrik Modin
    Peter Forsberg
     
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    In facts Russia has the best depht for shootouts in the entire world of hockey
     
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    For Sweden:

    Jörgen Jönsson
    Ronnie Sundin
    Mika Hannula
    Samuel PÃ¥hlsson
    Tomas Holmström
     
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    Slovakia begs to differ!
     
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    Vyborny is 4 for 4 in penalty shots in the NHL, he should find his way onto the Czech lineup.
     
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    Haha!
     
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    I wouldnt. Only like 2 or 3 guys from our roster have positive SO stats. Satan and Handzus I think (and Handzus wasnt even there).
     
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    Good point.

    I think Cajanek might be a good choice too.

    Jagr
    Rucinsky
    Hejduk
    Vyborny
    Prospal, Straka or Cajanek

    (Lang, Hemsky)
     
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    Datsyuk
    Kozlov
    Kovalchuk
    Ovechkin
    Kovalev

    I think Kozlov should be a no brainer..
    Malkin would not be in even if playing imo.
     
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