http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Hockey/WorldCup/2004/09/04/616225-cp.html A Report Card Look At Team Canada TORONTO (CP) - A report card look at Team Canada after Saturday night's 3-1 round-robin win over Russia: Forwards Kris Draper, A: Selke Trophy winner delighted hometown friends and family with super night, shutting down Russia's top forward line and scoring Canada's second goal. Shane Doan, A: The best-kept secret on Team Canada has been consistently terrific. Made a great play on his assist for Canada's opening goal and threw his weight around all night long. Brad Richards, A: Showed his elite scoring touch on his one-timer goal to open the scoring, a threat throughout the game. Vincent Lecavalier, B-plus: Flashy rush down the ice led to opening goal, but took a foolish cross-checking penalty on Darius Kasparaitis. Simon Gagne, B-plus: His best game of the tournament, a great feed to Richards for the opening goal and yeoman's work on the penalty kill. Mario Lemieux, B-plus: Still can't buy a goal but showed some nice touches, especially his set-up sending Scott Niedermayer in alone in second period. Recording his first point of the tournament on Sakic's goal. Joe Sakic, B-plus: Fanned on his shot with an open net staring at him in the second period but he stuffed a rebound home early in the third to give Canada a 3-0 lead. Joe Thornton, B: Not much doing offensively but to his defence he was centring the checking line with Draper and Doan. Jarome Iginla, B: Had two more great scoring chances but remains in the hunt for his first goal. Ryan Smyth, B: Not quite as involved as his first two games, took a bad penalty in the third. Dany Heatley, B: Canada's best player in the exhibition games has yet to score. He's pressing too much. Martin St. Louis, B-minus: Horrible giveaway in the first period nearly led to a Russian goal, off the mark with some of his passes. - Defence Scott Niedermayer, A: Power play, penalty kill, tape-to-tape passes, just another night at the office. Adam Foote, A: Left a few Russians black and blue. Great work on the penalty kill. Robyn Regehr, B-plus: Does this guy ever make a mistake? Eric Brewer, B-plus: Has got better with every game. Scott Hannan, B-plus: Smart physical game and showed a little more confidence pinching in and nearly scoring in the first period. Jay Bouwmeester, B: A little tentative in his own zone at times but was accurate with his outlet passes. - Goal Martin Brodeur, A: The rock that makes Canada so hard to beat. His highlight-reel pad save on Alexander Frolov in the second period was the exclamation point of another super outing.