The biggest game of these 2010 Winter Games – USA vs. Canada.
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Canadian fans everywhere rejoiced tonight as Jarome Iginla led Team Canada past Team Norway in the opener of 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic games. Iginla, who officially scored 2 goals (most thought he tipped in another), found his way to the top line with Sidney Crosby and Rick Nash after starting the game on the third line with Morrow and Toews. Not that Morrow and Toews are bad, but playing with Sid and Nash is just a tad nicer.
Iginla capitalized on the move in the second period firing a shot right threw Norwegian goaltender Pal Grotnes. Crosby made the pass to Iginla who made no mistake.
"The first power-play goal, he put it right on a tee for me," Iginla said. "It was a great pa...
It's been four days since the opening ceremony at the Vancouver 2010 games, and we're finally ready to drop the puck on one of the most anticipated hockey tournaments of our generation. Even with Olympic hockey tournaments in 1998 in Nagano, Japan, in 2002 in Salt Lake City and 2006 in Torino, Italy, this tournament has to be exciting for hockey fans everywhere. Never has there been such a star-studded tournament of hockey that actually meant something on Canadian soil. Seldom do so many good players and stars get together to represent their country and decide who has the best ability to put a championship team together.
And despite the hype surrounding team Canada and the necessity f...
Bob McKenzie has confirmed on his twitter account that Ryan Getzlaf will indeed play for Team Canada at the Olympic Tournament, which gets underway tomorrow evening as Canada faces off against Norway.
According to McKenzie, Jeff Carter was informed that his services would not be needed for the team. Carter had been speculated to be the proverbial ''14th forward'' for team Canada since the roster was announced in December. That speculation was confirmed last week, when it was announced that Jeff Carter would fly to Vancouver just in case Getzlaf wasn't able to go.
In the end, Getzlaf will play through his sprained angle in order to compete for Canada, amidst speculation that the inj...