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It’s obvious, we’re not keen on slamming the Great One right now, since he’s sort of a legend of our own. So all things considered, we’ll use the current week’s energies on Gretz’s recent mission throughout the two or three weeks: Olympic ice hockey. While this competition doesn’t have a remarkable sex offer that Salt Lake did in 2002, contrasted with the World Baseball Classic it’s dag nab’ Heidi Klum. There will be such countless stars in such countless various groups, it will be hard not to track down an extraordinary game from the quarterfinals on. We should take a short visit around our #1 crews:
Canada: Duh. The ’02 champs gloat a fourth line that would make the Pittsburgh Penguins sob. Also, we hear that Brodeur fellow may add up to something sometime in the not so distant future.
Sweden: If Peter Forsberg is truly out, the Swedes are most likely done, however Daniel Alfredsson and Mats Sundin aren’t terrible (alongside some person named Nicklas Lidstrom). Forsberg may pass on the prelims to attempt to get his crotch solid for the award round.
Czech Republic: If Dominik Hasek remains on his head as he did in Nagano, they’ll get an opportunity, and Jaromir Jagr is having a stupendous year for the Rangers. Additionally this group won the big showdown in ’05. Not as much muscle on the back line for the Czechs as ordinary, however, so you can forecheck against them.
Slovakia: Oh, the advances. They will score objectives. Marian Hossa is one of the NHL’s tricks of the trade, and Pavol Demitra and Marek Svatos are generally excellent also. Their issues come down to halting the other group.
Russia: Hard to realize what’s in store from a group that didn’t have a GM until early a year ago. Alexander The Great (Mr. Ovechkin to you) is a stud, and watching him and Ilya Kovalchuk watch the left wing is incredible. Alex Kovalev, Pavel Datsyuk…boy, they’ll fly around. Objective Evgeni Nabokov is having a sub-.900 save rate season for the Sharks.
US: The enormous issue here isn’t that folks like Brian Leetch aren’t coming, it’s that folks like Bill Guerin are. As impassive as Nabokov has been in net, Rick DiPietro has been more awful. Brian Gionta (and his 33 objectives) is our fave player in this group.
Finland: Teemu Selanne has 26 objectives and is +20 for the Ducks, and Saku Koivu keeps on being probably the best mix of coarseness and ability in the NHL, yet who plays net? Some person named Antero Nittymaki.