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team we playing scores easily and we haven been scoring easily, Canadian coach Mike Babcock said after the narrow victory against a team that Dunk Nike Sb had never before made it to the final eight of an Olympic tournament. just talked about the hockey gods you keep doing things right, you going to be rewarded. reward on this night came late and given the flow of Canadian goal production thus far these Games from a likely source. A Shea Weber blast from the point with 6:54 remaining in the third on the 54th shot of the night saved Canada from the shame of an unfathomably early exit.
From Halifax to Vancouver, Team Canada is taking a nation on a wild ride these Olympics, and the players know it.
haven had that. We feel we have quality players who have gotten quality opportunities real good looks and we haven scored. Babcock and his players are clinging to the belief warranted, or not that when needed most, the switch to the goal light will flip in their favour.
For most of the night, the hockey gods were smiling at the other end, where unheralded Latvian goalie Kristers Gudlevskis was single handedly narrowing the gap between a team of plucky but poor skating long shots and an infinitely more talented collection of superstars.
So sure, the Canadians never trailed in this one and are 4 0 in the tournament.
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say we are improving and getting better and better each game, Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews said when asked how much better the team needed to get to make it to the gold medal contest on Sunday.
course, is the flashpoint for that, even if some of it is nonsense. That said, he has yet to score in this tournament, was denied on a breakaway against the Latvians and overall had his most modest night of Nike Dunk Fish Ladder
With the weight of expectations from the homeland getting heavier by each win here, the players can only imagine what going on at home even though they never go into a game expecting a blowout win.
wouldn be asking that question if we filled the net tonight. Look across our lineup: There a lot of talent out there. I don think anyone squeezing the stick or worrying or panicking too much. worry and the panic and the analysis may be left for others, but the fact remains that 57 shots may as well have been 107 if only two are going to reach twine.
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definitely play against those guys the most in North America, so we familiar with all their guys, Weber said. great players and they had a great tournament. It going to be an exciting game. But Canadians are hoping it not the anxious excitement the team foisted on a nation on Wednesday.
being here in Russia I know the expectations were high, but it not easy, Crosby said about the host team quarterfinal exit in a loss to Finland. a lot of good teams here and it doesn take much.
shone more favour the Latvians way when Canada was robbed first of a goal and then a penalty shot when the puck squirted under Gudlevskis and part way across the goal line before defender Kristaps Sotnieks got his hand on it.
There is, however, a willingness to seek out optimism. After playing four games against pesky European sides, perhaps a return to a version closer to the domestic game will help.
lot of people screaming at the TV I sure, Canadian captain Sidney Crosby said following Wednesday 2 1 quarter final win over unheralded Latvia. was tough. We had some great chances and when you getting chances like that, there not a lot you would change.
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He stopped still goalless Sidney Crosby on a breakaway and Jeff Carter, too. Sure, he had the help of a goal post and a crossbar, the latter as Chris Kunitz faced an empty net in the first period. But there were plenty of big saves as, for the first time this tournament, the Canadians managed to have a strong presence in front of an opponent net.
this point, the puck just seems to be going in the net for them, Babcock said. watched some of their action and they seem to be scoring. The (Joe) Pavelski line (with Maple Leaf wingers Kessel and James van Riemsdyk) seems to be flying and just filling the net.
And if the gold medallists from 2010 can manage just two goals on 57 shots against little Latvia, what can they expect against the emerging power house Americans in Friday semifinal game?
But as lethal as Weber is from the point he has three goals now and fellow defenceman Drew Doughty has four an upgrade up front still seems to be in order.
In the end, the tiny hockey nation of Latvia gave the purported powerhouse Canadians the scare of their competitive lives in a 2 1 quarterfinal loss Wednesday at the Bolshoy Ice Dome.
think there a lot of guys (waiting to break out), forward Corey Perry said. it comes out in the next game. We going to need some more goals. If we do the same things, we going to be all right. that they are 4 0, one big effort away from getting a shot at gold and improving in enough areas, there is no need for panic.
my experience over time and with playoff type hockey, this stuff happens, Babcock said. the end, though, you can usually keep the skilled guys who score and are determined down. I optimistic to say the least. optimism would appear to be based on the belief that the team is getting better from game to game. The Canadians did beat Finland, one of the other semifinalists, in group play, so they certainly fit in the final four.
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