Spengler Cup : Canada vs. Magnitogorsk

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  1. wilka91*

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    I'm watching the game right now! It's great!

    Go Magnitogorsk! :handclap:
     
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    Shaibu! Go Russia... I mean Go Magnitgorsk! ;)
     
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    1-1 after the 1st period.

    Nabokov should have stopped Canada's shot.
     
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    Who scored for Magnitgorsk?
     
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    3-2 Canada after 2.
    I dunno who scored, wasn't really paying attention ....
     
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    Gonchar scored the 2nd in power play, but I don't recall the 1st.
     
  7. Sykie

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    A bad game for Nabokov really. :dunno:

    BTW this thread should be in the "western europe" or the "world hockey" forum, not in the junior championship one. If a mod comes here maybe it's possible to correct that.
     
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    This forum is the International Tournaments forum. It usually gets renamed to whichever tournament that is played at the time.
     
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    It's on Sportsnet right now.
     
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    Auld is playing really well :handclap:
     
  12. colonel_korn

    colonel_korn Luuuuuuuuuu....lay?

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    I have a question about Team Canada...obviously they aren't a real club team like the other teams, but are there restrictions to which players they can name to the team? For instance what was stopping them this year from say, putting Martin Brodeur in net or Ryan Smyth up front? :dunno:
     
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    Auld outplaying Nabokov is a good sign
     
  14. Sykie

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    Ok thanks for the precision. DIdn't knew that.

    BTW, it's an empty net for the Team Canada, 5-2.
     
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    This is the International hockey forum, it gets renamed during big events such as the WJC.

    Anyway, Canada won 5-2. :mad:
     
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    Indeed. Auld had some great saves.
     
  17. Sykie

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    Yup, he played well.

    He was lucky too, as the russians hit at least 3 or 4 posts in the game. On the other side, Nabokov had 2 bad goals... a bad night for him.

    It was the story of the game, because the canadians didn't play better than Magnitogorsk.
     
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    Well, that was disappointing. :cry:
     
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    Anyone watch how Gladskikh played for Magnitogorsk? I woke up after the game ended..
     
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    No, he was injured at the Karjala Cup in November, and will return in January.

    Elias didn't play.
     
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    We pretty much got used to it. Always the same story. :mad:
     
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    Yup.

    No Elias (and I'm a Devils fan), no Malkin (I was curious to see him), a bad game of Nabokov (this first canadian goal... horrible), the injury of the captain Markov, all these posts....

    Horrible. Everything that could go wrong went wrong... pfff....
     
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    Wow impressive game by Auld.Gonchar was impressive as well.
     
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    Oh please, stop! It already hurts too much. :cry:

    Edit : on habite vraiment pas loin l'un de l'autre ;)
     
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    No kidding. Between last night's WJ and tonight's game, it's turned into a pretty ****** weekend for Russia. All that's left now is the drinking, night all. ;)
     
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