Top 10 scorers

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  1. pickell

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    Who will be the top 10 scorers in the Olympic Games
     
  2. Burnaby_Joe*

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    Sakic will finish top 10 in scoring.
     
  3. Teri

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    definitely Kovalchuk,


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    In no specific order:

    Alfredsson
    Gagne
    Nash
    Jagr
    Hejduk
    Heatley
    Kovalchuk
    Modin
    Ovechkin
    Tkachuk
     
  5. Jimmi McJenkins

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    Also in no Particular order

    Gagne
    Thornton
    Iginla
    Ovechkin
    Kovalchuk
    Alfredsson
    Malkin
    Jagr
    Hemsky
    Jokinen
     
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    Jagr (I think he will cary his dominance)
    Sakic (Will lead by example)
    Lecavalier (Has shown recent international success)
    Heatley (Will continue to roll)
    Ovechkin (I think he has something to prove)
    Lidstrom (I am pretty sure he is playing and he has been good this year)
    Tkachuk (Sorry about the spelling, not sure if it is right, but if he is healthy, I think he can do well)
    Forsberg (If he plays)
    Jokinen (Will play well for Finland)
    Modin (He looked very good in recent international play)

    EDIT: No order...
     
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    I know you guys will probably call me a homer for this but I think that Mats Sundin should be in the top 10 in scoring in the olympics. He always does great in these kind of tournaments and he is starting to get hot now 12 pts in his last 10 games.
     
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    1. CAN Joe Thornton 2g 7a 9pts
    2. RUS Ilya Kovalchuk 6g 2a 8pts
    3. CAN Dany Heatley 4g 4a 8pts
    4. CZE Jaromir Jagr 5g 2a 7pts
    5. RUS Alexander Ovechkin 5g 1a 6pts
    6. SWE Daniel Alfredsson 3g 3a 6pts
    7. SVK Marian Hossa 4g 2a 6pts
    8. FIN Teemu Selanne 5g 0a 5pts
    9. CAN Joe Sakic 3g 2a 5pts
    10. SVK Pavol Demitra 1g 4a 5pts

    Goalies:

    1. CZE Dominik Hasek 1.67 GAA
    2. CAN Martin Brodeur 1.75 GAA
    3. SWE Henrik Lundqvist 1.80 GAA
    4. CAN Roberto Luongo 2.00 GAA
    5. RUS Evgeni Nabokov 2.10 GAA
     
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    Tough question

    I'll go with (no order):

    Alfredsson
    Gagne
    Jagr
    Kovalchuk
    Lecavalier
    Malkin
    Ovechkin
    Sakic
    Selanne
    Thornton
     
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    So you are saying that Hasek is going to average 78 per game? And Henrik Lundqvis 72. lol

    I'll pick Joe Thornton as the leading scorer btw. Nash will have the most goals.

    I'd guess that the leading scorers for the respective teams will be as follows:
    Finland:Selanne
    Sweden: Sundin
    Chech Republic:Jagr
    USA:Modano? Maybe Cole?
    Russia: Ovechkin or Datsyuk
    Slovakia: too tough to choose. Probably Demitra or Hosssa. I'll pick Nagy as the wild card. If Palffy was playing (and was healthy obviously) I'd definetely pick him
     
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    In no particlur order of course!

    Ovechkin
    Thornton
    Svatos (Just to be a little different from everyone else)
    Forsberg
    Hemsky
    Kovalchuk
    Alfredsson
    Heatley
    Cole

    And just for the h*ll of it since he's part of the host country's team:
    AnthonyTuzzolini (plays for Modo)
     
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    How about top scorers by team?

    CAN - Thornton (time to establish himself as the #1 center in Canada)

    SWE - Alfie (Heckuva player and will probably get loads of ice time with no Naslund and most likely no Forsberg either)

    RUS - Ovechkin (I'd pick Kovalchuk if I thought he had the same determination as Ovechkin, but I've never seen him show up for a big game)

    CZE - Jagr (Realistically, but I'm tempted to be a homer and say Hemsky :)).

    SVK - Gaborik (I wanted to pick someone other than Hossa or Demitra, and Gaborik has a lot of speed and should be able to use the big ice to his advantage)

    USA - Modano (Re-establishes himself as the best American player in the world)

    FIN - Koivu (Good skill and lots of heart, he should put up points against anybody)
     
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    no order:

    Tkachuk
    Ovechkin
    Kovalchuk
    Thornton
    Gagne
    Sakic
    Forsberg
    Alfie
    Jagr
    Hossa
     
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    Jagr
    Hossa
    Ovechkin
    Kovalchuk
    Alfredsson
    Forsberg(if he plays)
    Nash
    Thornton
    Sakic
    Gagne

    In no particular order either.
     
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