GDT: Exhibition • April 24 • Canada vs. France • 3-2 final

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  1. LeafsFan4281

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    What time is the game at, and is there anywhere where you can watch the game online?
     
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    Anyone know?
     
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    There is an audio live (in French) here.

    Start in 20 min

    edit : the only channel that can broadcast the game in france is "Sport+", so there won't be any video french stream.
     
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    The two teams are on the ice for the warm-up.
     
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    it says its off air
     
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    now theres only audio and just a black screen
     
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    NMT- Point blank chance for Tavares, but Huet shuts the door with great save. 1-0 Canada leading France, three minutes into the middle...

    NMT - France ties it at 1-1 at 4:03 of second period. Checking on goal but looked like Teddy Da Costa

    NMT - Canada goes back in front. Great passing play, Tavares to Eberle to Spezza for the fgoal at 6:16

    http://twitter.com/#!/HC_TeamCanada
     
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    Anyone have a working stream?
     
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    tsn_wally Brent Wallace
    2-1 Canada leads after 2 prds. Nash and Spezza with the goals
     
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    its audio, but lol its in french
     
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    NMT - Stephane Da Costa ties it up at 2-2 between Canada and France midway through third period.
     
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    That's pretty embarrassing ...
     
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    Lol, well devan dubnyk was in net...
     
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    Doesn't explain the lack of scoring, though.
     
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    Wow that's great for France. See you in the relegation round Canada, it was a blast last year :towel:
     
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    So, who won?

    EDIT: Chris Stewart with the winner, Canada wins 3-2.
     
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    nice result for france
     
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    Respect for France. I hope Hockey becomes more popular there.
     
  21. Could be worse, Phaneuf could be your team's captain.
     
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    Wow, don't know what happened in the game but good for France.
     
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    Why would that be embarrassing? :help:
     
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    I was at the game :)

    Great crowd (about 13.000) and a lot of fun.
    The ice wasn't very good (hot day in Paris) and Canada had some troubles in defense in the 1st period.
    France played really, really well, far better than I expected. Huet was sharp, but the while team is waaaay better than in 2008. Huge progress for our NT.

    1st goal is a deflection from Nash : Pietrangelo during a line change sends a long pass to Duchesne, who shoots and Nash deflects.
    France tie the game with d-man Hecquefeuille (a former center) with a blast high.
    Canada scores again just after that (PP was very good) with a good passing play for an open net to Spezza.
    But France reacts and a very good shift, with several chances on Dubnyk, finished in the net by Stephane Da Costa.
    France had to defend a long 5 on 3 and Huet was excellent.
    A late penalty was a killer though, and Chris Stewart finishes the game with 1:30 remaining, with an open net.

    Canada has some work to do : Burns and Schenn were really good. Phaneuf started really slowly (3 turnovers in the first 10 minutes) but was better later on. In front, Nash was huge, Duchesne had a lot of speed.

    It was a fun game and I have more hopes for France now : we could make something good vs Belarus and who knows for the other games :)
     
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    Dude... ice was horrible. And France has Huet in net, so they're better off than many of the countries when it comes to salary in net :sarcasm:

    Also DaCosta is a prolific NCAA scorer...
     
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