Discussion in 'International Tournaments' started by Hockeyfrilla, Apr 28, 2019.
Sweden - Russia
Bronze medal game
USA - Canada
Switzerland - Slovakia
Jack hughes on fire vs Canada
The subtext of Caufield and Hughes each chasing records today made for extended viewing once the score got lopsided. Maier wasn't bad, even in a 5-2 loss.
Somehow no Slovak federation officials will lose job over this performance. Coach will be given a nice extension, reason being that we should be happy we even exist as a country!
Sad day. Happy for Switzerland but just bummed about Slovakia not being here next year.
Don’t be, it’s not likely the team would have performed any better. It’s time to let us die
I can't believe NHL network has no replays scheduled for USA vs Canada considering the time the game was played... FML I forgot to DVR it. Anyone have a solution?
what a goal
That wasn't just a great goal, that was an amazing goal.
Askarov doesn't look very sharp today.
Sweden plays too fancy, too selfish.
Team work guys!
Some sloppy play in the neutral zone a couple of times. Need to work that out.
The refs are already making their presence felt. Uncalled tripping before the Sweden goal, plus uncalled tripping afterwards against a Russian player.
Funny to see all the bitterness from Canadians who aren't used too being screwed by the refs. But don't worry. They will be on your side as usual next time again.
I'm rooting for Team Russia actually. But 2 missed tripping calls, and one on the Swedish goal, is no small advantage so far.
My bad. I just presumed you were a bitter Canadian who couldn't handle the fact that the refs didn't cheer for them this time I agree with you though. Some situations that were in Swedens favor. I won't cry about that though since we almost never have any advantage when playing at home while nations like Canada and Russia always has the refs on their side in hometourneys.
I honestly couldn't see where the slashing was.
Alnefeldt with a huge save then good net front presence by Bjerselius then a great finish by Holmström.
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