Team USA 2010 Roster

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  1. KittysGotClaws

    KittysGotClaws We See Red

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    Hope this is the right forum for this. I'm trying to remember what the depth chart looked like for Team USA at the Olympics last February. Can anybody help me with the line combos/pairings? Thanks!
     
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    The only thing I remember is Drury/Callahan as the top PK unit.
     
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    I think the top line was originally Parise-Stastny-Kane, but it got a lot better when Kane was dropped for Langenbrunner, due to the chemistry that he had with Parise.
     
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    I'm pretty sure the top line was
    parise langenbrunner stasney

    and I think the second was kane, kesler and maybe pavelski?

    the top D line was Rafalski and Suter, not sure about the rest
     
  5. Theokritos

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    Defense:

    First two games (Switzerland, Norway):
    Suter - Rafalski, Whitney - E.Johnson, Orpik - J.Johnson, Gleason.

    Next four games:
    Suter - Rafalski, Orpik - J.Johnson, Gleason - E.Johnson, Whitney.

    Offense:

    Against Switzerland:
    Parise - Stastny - Kane, Malone - Pavelski - Kessel, Brown - Kesler - Langenbrunner, Drury - Backes - Ryan, Callahan.

    Against Norway:
    Parise - Stastny - Kane, Malone - Pavelski - Kessel, Brown - Kesler - Langenbrunner, Drury - Backes - Callahan, Ryan.

    Against Canada:
    Parise - Stastny - Langenbrunner, Malone - Pavelski - Kessel, Ryan - Kesler - Kane, Drury - Backes - Callahan, Brown.

    Against Switzerland (Quarterfinal):
    Parise - Stastny - Langenbrunner, Malone - Pavelski - Kessel, Brown - Kesler - Kane, Drury - Backes - Callahan, Ryan.

    Against Finland:
    Brown - Kesler - Kane, Parise - Stastny - Langenbrunner, Malone - Pavelski - Kessel, Drury - Backes - Callahan, Ryan.

    Against Canada (Final):
    Parise - Stastny - Langenbrunner, Malone - Pavelski - Kessel, Brown - Kesler - Kane, Drury - Backes - Callahan, Ryan.
     
  6. KittysGotClaws

    KittysGotClaws We See Red

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    Thanks everyone! Bobby Ryan was really the odd forward out that much?
     

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