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TEAM CANAndrum – An Overview of Canada’s 3 Preliminary Games

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. This was supposed to be easy. Martin Brodeur is the greatest goalie of all time and has won a gold medal. Chris Pronger and Scott Niedermayer are first ballot hall of famers. Keith and Seabrook are the best D-pairing in the NHL and can stop anyone. Dan Boyle anchors the best PP in the Western Conference. The San Jose line is unstoppable. Sidney Crosby is scoring goals. Getzlaf’s and Perry’s size is too tough to handle. Rick Nash and Jarome Iginla are impact players. Eric Staal has scored 30+ in every season since the lockout. Toews, Richards, Morrow and Bergeron are full of speed, energy and intensity that will make up a dream checking line. Not to mention, the staff guiding this team is Mike Babcock (Cup and a Final in the last 2 years), Lindy Ruff (coach of one of the top teams in the East) and Jacques Lemaire (a legend). What could go wrong? This team, on paper, is solid gold.

 

Did I ever speak to soon! I can’t even Monday morning quarterback this because in my blog leading up to the selection of the team, the majority of the players chosen were players that I too projected to be on the roster. Mainly for the reasons listed above. Well guess what – I’m allowed to speculate, that’s my right as a fan. It’s their job to get it right, and clearly, they miscalculated what a successful team needs in this tournament.

 

Starting with the offense; Canada missed the boat on the importance of the powerplay. This was actually one of my main points in my unofficial campaign for Steven Stamkos (and his 15 powerplay goals) to make this team. This PP is not working at all as they are passing too much, not moving the puck quickly enough, and when they are shooting they are picking bad times where pucks are getting blocked. How foolish does the committee look leaving Stamkos (#1 in PP goals and points), Mike Green (#2) and Marty St. Louis (tied for #4) off the team?

 

Not only is the PP bad, but even at 5 on 5, there are too many passengers. Joe Thornton is demonstrating why San Jose can’t succeed in the playoffs, although Heatley is playing very well and Marleau has been fine; Ryan Getzlaf is turning into a turnover machine of Scott Gomez proportions. Corey Perry has been largely ineffective. Jarome Iginla had one good game but he can’t even keep a spot on the #1 line. Although to my amusement, when Iginla plays on line 1, I get to call it “Crosby, stand Stills and Nash”. Jonathan Toews has been very good but the rest of the supposed energy line isn’t doing enough, and that would mainly be Morrow and Bergeron.

 

Canada seems to have also made the same mistake that they did in 2006 when it comes to speed on D. I don’t blame them for taking bigger bodies for the small ice, but it’s evident that the speed (physical and mental) on the back end is lacking. Pronger looks old, Seabrook looks slow, and Niedermayer looks old and slow. Boyle has been average at best and needs to start contributing offensively. The best D have been Keith and Weber, while Drew Doughty has been #3 to this point. Imagine that; your number #7 D is #3 after 3 games. Good for him, but it shouldn’t be that way. For all we know, this group can step it up for the rest of the tournament, but if you had to make a decision right now, would you not swap Pronger for Bouwmeester? Boyle for Green? Niedermayer for Regehr or Phaneuf? Seabrook for Robidas or Myers?

 

Clearly goaltending was a deciding factor in yesterday’s game vs. the USA. I can go into detail about Brodeur’s game yesterday but there’s no point. Not much can be done about that other than handing the keys to Luongo and letting him drive the bus the rest of the way. I would be extremely surprised if Luongo isn’t in net on Tuesday for their elimination game vs. Germany.     

 

I leave you with 2 thoughts for the day;

 

1 – Give credit to Team USA. They played a hell of a game and earned that win.

2 – Even though I’m semi-guilty, it’s only been 3 games so don’t write Canada off just yet. These players and coaches are the best in the world for a reason.


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  1. Shane Hoopfer Feb 22 20107:29 am

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    Ryan Miller was stellar last night. Hats off to him.Martin Brodeur stunk. It happens. Bobby Lou will get his shot.Pronger and Niedermeyer have been bad. Pronger especially. You can't tell me you wouldn't rather have Bouwmeester there.I'm glad I'm not the only one that thinks Iginla has lost a step or two. Given that he may still be the best guy to play with Crosby. As slow as Jarome seems to be now he still has a rocket shot if Sid can get him the puck in the slot.Sidney has at least done his best to try and deliver.We'll blow out Germany, and then it's still a coin flip with the Russians.

    1. Corey Krakower Feb 22 20107:50 am

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      Ryan Miller was stellar last night. Hats off to him.Martin Brodeur stunk. It happens. Bobby Lou will get his shot.Pronger and Niedermeyer have been bad. Pronger especially. You can't tell me you wouldn't rather have Bouwmeester there.I'm glad I'm not the only one that thinks Iginla has lost a step or two. Given that he may still be the best guy to play with Crosby. As slow as Jarome seems to be now he still has a rocket shot if Sid can get him the puck in the slot.Sidney has at least done his best to try and deliver.We'll blow out Germany, and then it's still a coin flip with the Russians.

      I hope I don't have nightmares about what the Russian forwards are going to do to Canada's D. The dissapointing part is that the thing that is supposed to separate Canada from all the other countries is their defense. So far? Not so much…

  2. Glenn Stants Feb 22 201010:20 am

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    agreed Corey, after all is said and done who would of ever thought the Canadians and Russians would play each other in the quarter final. One of the teams is likely to not even get a medal which will be disappointing for both countries, especially with the Olympics going to Russia for 2014 and the two teams being one of the favorites before the games started. The Canadian D has barely shown up and for the US forward to beat out the Canadian D for the empty net goal was embarassing. this with over 40 seconds to play and a goal could of very well come. Forwards are I think confusing each other and when will team Canada put to rest them NOT being the Harlem Globetrotters. Shoot the puck already. Look what Rafelski did last night, he shoots he scores well we deek ourselves out well I love Joe Thornton, he stands well back of the play and who doesn't know that Thornton is looking to pass before he will shoot….Shoot Joe, never know what will happen. Anyway, lets hope Germany can be a team builder and one game to look at the next three en-route to gold…..we hope….Go Canada GO!!!

    1. Corey Krakower Feb 22 201011:13 am

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      agreed Corey, after all is said and done who would of ever thought the Canadians and Russians would play each other in the quarter final. One of the teams is likely to not even get a medal which will be disappointing for both countries, especially with the Olympics going to Russia for 2014 and the two teams being one of the favorites before the games started. The Canadian D has barely shown up and for the US forward to beat out the Canadian D for the empty net goal was embarassing. this with over 40 seconds to play and a goal could of very well come. Forwards are I think confusing each other and when will team Canada put to rest them NOT being the Harlem Globetrotters. Shoot the puck already. Look what Rafelski did last night, he shoots he scores well we deek ourselves out well I love Joe Thornton, he stands well back of the play and who doesn't know that Thornton is looking to pass before he will shoot….Shoot Joe, never know what will happen. Anyway, lets hope Germany can be a team builder and one game to look at the next three en-route to gold…..we hope….Go Canada GO!!!

      Couldn't agree with you more! Hockey is a very simple game that sometimes becomes way too complicated! Seems like they need to go back to basics, and a game against Germany couldn't hurt.

  3. Dan Rakusan Feb 22 201011:48 am

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    Canada simply hasn't looked sharp at all… Whether it's the pressure of playing in front of an entire country who assumes gold is in the offing, or something else, I don't think they will even medal this year.It's a team of all-stars that seems randomly assembled, rather than a cohesive unit like the USA was yesterday. You can see teams like Belarus and Latvia, who have many players from the same team on their rosters could likely beat Canada if they were even close in terms of talent-level.

    1. Corey Krakower Feb 22 201012:07 pm

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      Canada simply hasn't looked sharp at all… Whether it's the pressure of playing in front of an entire country who assumes gold is in the offing, or something else, I don't think they will even medal this year.It's a team of all-stars that seems randomly assembled, rather than a cohesive unit like the USA was yesterday. You can see teams like Belarus and Latvia, who have many players from the same team on their rosters could likely beat Canada if they were even close in terms of talent-level.

      Funny you mention that, Dan. Objectively looking at Team USA – how many of their players would realistically make Canada if they were Canadian? By my count it's Parise, Kane, Rafalski, Miller. That's 4! So, basically a team that consists of 11 forwards and 6 defensemen that wouldn't even be on Canada's radar beats Canada. Doesn't make much sense & it's obvious something isn't right.I was waiting for you to mention that Canada could use Wade Redden back there.

  4. Kevin Lee Feb 23 20103:27 am

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    Interesting article on the TV take side of the game and Gary Bettman.http://www.azcentral.com/members/Blog/DanBickley/74469

    1. Ben Petrino Feb 23 20107:42 am

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      I completely agree with the sentiment of that article. NBC has been mistreating hockey coverage. Showing ice dancing on NBC instead of a USA vs Canada hockey game, let alone any olympic hockey game. And showing the end of curling over the first period of hockey games? Is this some kind of sick joke? I'm for NHL players playing in the Olympics but not if NBC isn't going to treat them like professional athletes. Bettman has to do something but knowing his track record I'm not sure if it's something I am going to like.

  5. Kevin Lee Feb 23 20103:29 am

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    Great blog Corey. Honestly, should we be surprised by Thornton, this guy is the ultimate non big game player in the history of Canada! Time and again this guy absolutely disappears. If I was Doug Wilson in SJ I would be super worried about the playoffs because if Thornton cant get it done now with his linemates and surrounded by better talent overall then what is he going to do when more is expected of him come playoff time. Another 1st or 2nd round exit for SJ!

  6. Kevin Lee Feb 23 20103:31 am

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    Perry has been brutal! Getzlaf should have stayed home with his ankle injury…….no way he is 100% and if I am Team Canada you would think they would have learned from Turin when players played injured and never should have. Just take healthy bodies, period. Boyle and Pronger have been absolutely awful too!

    1. Corey Krakower Feb 23 20106:33 am

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      Perry has been brutal! Getzlaf should have stayed home with his ankle injury…….no way he is 100% and if I am Team Canada you would think they would have learned from Turin when players played injured and never should have. Just take healthy bodies, period. Boyle and Pronger have been absolutely awful too!

      Thornton has 1 shot on goal so far! Pretty bad considering he gets about 15 mins per game. One point that is getting more attention is the fact that it seems to be beneficial to have 12 forwards and 8 D rather than the traditional 13-7. The justification being that you can get more value from a specialist on D (Mike Green?) than a specialist up front (like Bergeron).

      1. Ben Petrino Feb 23 20107:51 am

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        I don't think Branden Morrow should be on team Canada. He hasn't really stepped up to the plate rather than pointing out Bergeron who is needed for penalty killing, although they could have picked other two way forwards who would have been perfectly fine doing his role. But having Mike Green for the power play would be a gigantic advantage and then you limit his minutes for the rest of the game. Maybe the problem for Canada this year is that they don't have the right mix of superstars. Almost every player is somebody you would like to have on your team if they aren't already. I think if you look at team USA who is winning games purely on grit with great goal tending and not pure talent and see how everybody has a specific role and they focus on that. Chris Drury has looked good in limited minutes while killing penalties and even has a couple of goals, and he's been terrible this year. Team Canada is basically stacked offensively then a couple guys here and there who are supposed to have a specific task. But the lack of chemistry is outstanding. I think this may sum it up though: http://img251.imageshack.us/img251/5793/bcsbf.th.gif

        1. Ben Petrino Feb 23 20107:51 am

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