Your Countries Best-On-Best Record

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  1. Canada's best on best record is:

    51-14-7

    2004 World Cup: 6-0-0 (Champions)
    2002 Olympics: 4-1-1 (Champions)
    1998 Olympics: 4-2-0 (4th Place)
    1996 World Cup: 5-3-0 (2nd Place)
    1991 Canada Cup: 6-0-2 (Champions)
    1987 Canada Cup: 6-1-2 (Champions)
    1984 Canada Cup: 5-2-1 (Champions)
    1981 Canada Cup: 5-1-1 (2nd Place)
    1976 Canada Cup: 6-1-0 (Champions)
    1972 Summit Series: 4-3-1 (Champions)

    :)

    USA's Best-on-Best record:

    26-22-3

    2004 World Cup: 2-3-0 (Lost in Semi finals)
    2002 Olympics: 4-1-1 (2nd Place)
    1998 Olympics: 1-3-0 (Sixth Place)
    1996 World Cup: 6-1-0 (Champions)
    1991 Canada Cup: 5-3-0 (2nd Place)
    1987 Canada Cup: 2-3-0 (Didn't qualify for playoffs)
    1984 Canada Cup: 3-2-1 (Lost in Semifinals)
    1981 Canada Cup: 2-3-1 (Lost in Semifinals)
    1976 Canada Cup: 1-3-0 (Didn't qualify for playoffs)

    What are the records from Countries like Russia, Sweden, Finland and Czechs? :)
     
  2. Rogalo

    Rogalo Registered User

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    Uhhh...Im sure someone will contribute some stats but it´s not gonna be me. Too much copy-paste work... :)
     
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    It's gonna be me.

    But best on best as in vs. the top 7 countries or best on best tournament record as a whole?

    Anyways, all games (Germany etc.) included here...

    Finland:

    1976 Canada Cup: 1-4-0 (6th)
    1981 Canada Cup: 0-4-1 (6th)
    1987 Canada Cup: 0-5-0 (6th)
    1991 Canada Cup: 2-3-1 (3rd)
    1996 World Cup: 2-2-0 (5th)
    1998 Olympics: 3-3-0 (3rd)
    2002 Olympics: 2-2-0 (lost in QF)
    2004 World Cup: 4-1-1 (2nd)

    Total: 14-24-3

    Pretty bad, I know...but hey, how about the last 5 tournaments: 13-11-2 !
     
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    Russia

    I have no idea, but 1976, 1991 and 2004 don't count as a best-on-best for Russia
     
  5. Well 2004 does, I don't know about the rest of those years.

    If that were true, 1996, and 1998 aren't best on best for Canada, neither would 1991 be.

    Just because the players don't accept doesn't make it best on best.
     
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    1976 : USSR sends its B National team with the help of Tretiak.

    1991 : collapse of the Soviet Union, there's no National team, and Tikhonov just calls some players to play. Of course the team didn't include the coutries best (Makarov-Larionov-Krutov-Fetisov to say the least)

    2004 : RUssia federation is in crisis. Life sucks. A team that usually goes as a top2-3 favorite into a best-on-best tourney is ranked by most as no. 6

    As for Canada : since it's a "normal" country, it always has the best playing for it :banana:
     
  7. I'll give you the first 2, but 2004 was your best team at the time that were willing to play.
     
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