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1 Greg February 23, 2010 at 12:05 pm

I am with you 100% Chris. 1980 was one of my earliest memories, I remember everyone going nuts and that’s all the adults were talking about. That being said, the games so far have been fantastic, the pace of the games, the hitting, the goaltending all reminds me of the NHL before it got watered down by too many expansion teams. I wish NBC hadn’t dropped the ball and put the USA v Canada game on MSNBC, what that game could have done for their network viewership of regular season NHL games was off the charts. The Russia Czech Republic game was pretty fantastic as well, seeing Jagr and Kozlov out there on the ice at their ages making contributions was pretty impressive, almost makes me wish the B’s would make an offer to Jagr.

I do think that the Americans can beat any of these teams on any given day, it just comes down to Miller’s goaltending and metal toughness, the bye will definitely help them, playing at the intense level these teams have been at has got to be a serious drain. Also, the less time Kessel spends on the ice the better, he seems to be the only one not playing tough hockey at both ends of the ice.

2 Greg February 25, 2010 at 4:43 pm

After watching the Russians get smoked by Canada yesterday, I’ve got to say that they will be impossible to beat again if they play like that in their next two games.

3 Chris February 26, 2010 at 5:17 pm

The Canadians do seem to be able to win at will. I really am on the fence on if I like Olympic hockey. On the one hand I love the up and down, on the other, I hate how the Euros get to run around without retribution. I used to like Saku Koivu, but he is a dirty little bugger. Alex Semin too. I am going to Connecticut in a few minutes, but I have a full post panned on the subject.

4 Mike Pollock March 1, 2010 at 6:10 pm

Keep in mind that when Tretiak was pulled the game was tied, and the tying shot came at the end of the 2nd period. I agree that 2 goals on 6 shots wasn’t very good for the best Goalie in the world, but why put his backup in when he hasn’t lost you the game yet? BTW Myshkin allowed 2 goals on 6 shots in the third.

I still consider that to be the biggest bonehead play by a coach in any major sporting event ever.

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