Feb 21, 2014

Hang on Canadian Boys!

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213 comments:

  1. Go Team Canada Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!! Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!! Go!!! Go Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!!

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  2. Canadian ice cream!!!!!!

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  3. C'mon Canada, go score!!!!
    Go Team Canada Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!! Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!! Go!!! Go Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!!

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  4. Incredible how the D backs each other up.

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  5. the Maritimer1:47 PM

    The U.S. is runnin' out of gas.

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  6. We'll see the lumberjack anytime now at the bench hanging his head an trying desperately to catch his breath.

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  7. Go Team Canada Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!! Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!! Go!!! Go Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!!

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  8. Sid's vision is sick.

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    1. I mean that in a good way!

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  9. STOP COUNTING SHIFTS YOU IDIOT

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  10. Cash the fucker!!!!

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  11. Still on a train...have we won yet?

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  12. the Maritimer1:56 PM

    The kesseltracker followed him right to the box.

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  13. It'd be great to see a certain Norris winner on the point for this PP.

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    1. After watching this game? No it wouldn't.

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  14. PK is not as reliable as these boys. Hopefully watching and being part of this will make him ready for 2018.

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    1. the Maritimer2:03 PM

      Good observation Moey, PK will be a leader in 2018, if the NHL is there.

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  15. Go Team Canada Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!! Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!! Go!!! Go Go!!! Go Team Canada Go!!!

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  16. "We've got a million people streaming this online".

    My mom always told me I was one in a million.

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  17. Fuck yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. shutout CArey!!!!!

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  19. Show a Quebec city your fucking assholes!

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  20. CArey!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fuck CBCTSN!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

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  21. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  22. SHUT-OUT AND SHUT UP!!!!

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  23. CBC sounds upset. Sick.

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  24. the Maritimer2:11 PM

    Betcha the cockroaches and the TSN panel will say Price didn't deserve the shutout and will still trash Sid for doing "nothing".

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    1. Sid may not have bagged points but man is he smart out there.

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    2. the Maritimer2:29 PM

      Sid dominates on his shifts. The other teams have to focus on him. He ain't scoring but he's dynamite out there.

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  25. Great game. Great score. Great shutout! Great gang in here!!!!!!

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  26. I'll provide the tea and coffee for Sunday morning, who's bringing the crumpets?

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    1. I will. But I will be pouring a shitload of Canadian whiskey in that coffee!

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    2. Sounds like a plan. Wait, is Hurleys open at 7 AM?

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    3. the Maritimer2:30 PM

      Can I come too?

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    4. Of course, it's a virtual get together. More than enough room for everyone!

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  27. I want to stay positive and will but the anglo-cbc really has it in for Montreal. Sick fuckers.

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    1. Maybe now that their precious laffs out homeward bound they'll start supporting their COUNTRY? Probably not.

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  28. I love Canada. I really do. It might be the vodka at 4am, but I'm almost in tears.

    I fucking love this country.

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  29. Carey thanks his Dmen, pure class. Stop the puck, only focus. Nothing but praise and gratitude. Fuck I love this guy!

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    1. If only the cockroaches would look at the real person and stop the bullshit.

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  30. Great 24 hours for Canada. 6 medals, 4 golds, a men's hockey win, speed skaters going to bronze match.

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  31. the Maritimer2:25 PM

    The U.S. scored lots of goals against Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic and barely beat an aging Russian defence. They hardly got a sniff against this Canadian defence and when they did, Price had the answer. The CBC (Healy) finally admitted that Canada made the right choice in net and probably choked on it. For PK, the reality was he couldn't crack that D and I have to admit it may be the best I have ever seen. So long to CBC faves leaf super stars kesseltracker and jvr, your cockroach and mediot fans are sad but true Canadian hockey fans (FHFers) are happy.

    What do you want to bet that greasy little fuck Jamie McLennan over at tsn who said "advantage USA with Quick" will say "advantage Sweden with Lundqvist"? I'll go out on a limb and say that Sweden will be lucky if they get 20 shots at Price and King Henrik will be extremely busy.

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    1. Nicely said. tsn's mike johnston also said CArey was 2nd class to Quick. Sick fucks can all fuck off.

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    2. To a certain extent it protects PK. With a one goal lead all you need is for him to pinch at a bad time and cost us a goal or the game. Not good for him or us. I'm now glad he sat.

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  32. Katarina Witt interview was great. Wonderful person.

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    1. Always liked her. She has the second best German accent I've heard.

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    2. the Maritimer2:32 PM

      Figure skating is disgusting. The most corrupt organization, possibly worse than Italian soccer.

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    3. I'm not a fan of the figure skating. Not suggesting the participants aren't athletic and deserve some praise but its too artistic and I love art!

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    4. agreed. and I hate to be shallow (ha!) but at 48 she looks spectacular

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  33. Congrats to Charle Cournoyer who has won Bronze in the men’s 500-metre short-track speedskating race.

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  34. That didn't stop the women from trying to use their experience as motivation. Alternate captain Hayley Wickenheiser, starting goalie Shannon Szabados and forward Brianne Jenner were responsible for a letter posted in the men's locker-room that read: "Tonight is yours. Own the moment. We are proof that every minute matters. The podium is reserved for the brave. Earn every inch, dictate the pace. Go get em! From the girls! :)"

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    1. As Canadian as it gets.

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    2. The I ♥ Canada will be permanently affixed on the sidebar.

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    3. the Maritimer3:46 PM

      Those hockey goddesses are pure class. I am one proud Canadian today.

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  35. Love the Paralympic ad. No more feel sorry for these guys. No, they kick ass.

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  36. I might catch the game on NBC and stomp on the cockroaches.
    Canada will play Sweden in the gold-medal game Sunday (7 a.m. ET, NBC, CBC). The Canadians have won two of the past three Olympic gold medals after going 50 years without one (1952-2002). The U.S. will play Finland for the bronze medal Saturday (10 a.m. ET, NBCSN, CBC).

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    1. Go Finland.

      GO CANADA GO!

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    2. the Maritimer3:49 PM

      That's weird, the gold medal game goes before the bronze. Guess NBC told the IOC that nobody would be watching from America if it was reversed.

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    3. Canada plays Sunday, US plays Saturday.

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    4. The M. must still be snowed under. : )

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  37. Just want to add:

    Gold for Ukraine in biathlon. A surprise, and the Ukrainian people deserve it. Let it raise their spirits against the tyranny.

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  38. Oh yeah, CArey was first star!

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  39. Strombone ‏@strombone1 53 mins
    JESUS PRICE!!!!

    Strombone ‏@strombone1 24 hrs
    Keep your friends close and your enemies closer! Goodnight! Huge game tomorrow! #ThePriceisright pic.twitter.com/Aa5QpLCL8e

    Strombone ‏@strombone1 Feb 15
    I don't feel so bad anymore....... pic.twitter.com/lsFF57sA4V

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    1. Talk about a team-mate.

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  40. I shit you not, on the CBC article about the game there is a paragraph about Kessel.

    Kessel’s quick start

    Just 23 seconds into the game Phil Kessel of the United States cut hard to the net from the right wing boards and took one of his patented snap shots, but was turned aside by Price.

    Kessel entered the game leading the tournament in scoring with five goals and eight points.

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    1. the Maritimer3:54 PM

      Ha ha ha ha.....that's beyond pathetic. Kessel had nuthin'....Price and the Canadian D made Phil the Thrill the invisible man. Patrick Kane was by far more dangerous than Fatboy Phil. Price had to be sharp on Kane more than once. More cbc/leaf propaganda. Assholes.

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    2. That is some sick fuck stuff.

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  41. "Nothing tops Olympic experience.....except Carey Price and Jamie Benn."

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  42. Another fucking cockroach.
    @DownGoesBrown: Meanwhile, Subban sadly welcomes Patrick Kane and Phil Kessel to the “P.K.’s completely shut down by Team Canada” club.

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    1. Another sick POS leaf fuck, almost as bad as Pfuckdaddy with his Habs hate. Grantland should be ashamed to showcase that slug's writing (if you can call it that).

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    2. DGB was a fun guy with wit when he was just a little blogger on Blogger like FHF was. didn't take himself seriously, and he amused me. his success has gone to his head tho

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  43. Just learned that in the biathlon relay that Ukraine won gold, Canada was sitting in 2nd (??!!) on the last leg, but there was a problem with the gun or something. Finished 8th, not that far behind, ahead of the world champs from Germany. Still a great performance, but man!

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  44. CArey
    https://twitter.com/CanadiensMTL/status/436942147917336576/photo/1

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    1. https://twitter.com/CanadiensMTL/status/436943148535644160/photo/1

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    2. 31 saves for #31.

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    3. Beauty tweets. There's a pic of CArey and Quick patting each other. Pure sportsmanship.

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  45. the Maritimer6:15 PM

    "I'm truly blessed to be where I'm at. I'm truly grateful for all the support," said Price.

    Too bad he can't get it from the "national broadcaster" and the country's "leader in sports."

    I'm guessing it's because he plays for the hated Montreal Canadiens.

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    1. Its truly weird to see how they cannot give CArey credit where it is due to him. He represents the best of what we want to be. He's humble, honest, smart, polite, intelligent, respectful. The mediots, who I believe want deep down to see him fail, reflect none of those attributes. I often wonder if they can be sicker fucks yet they just are. Should we win the Gold they will be the first to wrap themselves in our nation's flag.

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  46. tsn mediots say CArey 'surprised his team-mates who were doubters'. Note not a single player was asked if they ever doubted him, ever. Their CotU agenda is collapsing underneath them. I wish I could find a sinkhole to throw them in.

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    1. the Maritimer8:36 PM

      Look out your window.

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  47. Re-watching the game. hughson kesselsucking sounds even worse the second time around. Boy can he skate. Towel!

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    1. I'm watching it again too. (till my pvr takes over)

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    2. hughson: 'kessel with speeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed'. Towel #2.

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  48. The Canadians were able to deny the speedy U.S. forwards sustained pressure in the offensive zone. When the Americans entered the zone, they were limited to one shot from the outside, and then either Canada goalie Carey Price covered the puck or the defense was able to push it back out of the zone. There were few rebounds given up and few Canadians out of position.

    Canada forward Ryan Getzlaf credits Price for much of the victory.

    "He controls the whole pace of the game," Getzlaf told NBC's Pierre McGuire. "When he eats pucks and swallows them and gets those faceoffs for us, (it) slows everything down."

    http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/sports/US-Hockey-Still-Cant-Clear-Canadian-Hurdle-246575991.html?akmobile=o&nms=y

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    1. Nice find.

      tsn mediot panel say they are surprised that Team Canada player's aren't doubting CArey (without asking even one player if he ever doubted CArey). Man, journalism degrees must be the easiest fucking thing to get, outside of a CotU mediot job.

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    2. the Maritimer8:44 PM

      I don't pay attention to those tsn fucks anymore. They hate all things Montreal Canadien and only cater to the lowest common denominator, the leaf fan. I said earlier today Carey will get zero credit for any gold medal win. They cannot stand to see any Montreal Canadien have success hence all the PK and Price bashing. Let them wallow in their leaf shit.

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    3. the Maritimer8:46 PM

      BTW, earlier in the year, pre-season perhaps, Sid was asked who the best goalie in the league was and he said Price. Bet the mediots forgot all about that.

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    4. I agree the M. but they just, won't, let, it, go.

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    5. ... and neither will I.

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    6. I think I did get that Sid comment posted today, though not sure. But the some of the leaf (very few) and broons fans are giving CArey credit over in cockroach land. Here's one:
      As a diehard Bruins fan, I never thought I'd say, 'thank you Carey Price'. As good as the entire team played, Price made the big saves needed to carry this team to victory. So to you, Cary Price, I say.... Thank you! Go CANADA Go!
      Leaf fan here, normally a huge hate on for Carey Price, happily eating a slice of humble pie. Great goaltending, amazing defensive zone coverage. Price shuts down JVR and Kessel, and it doesn't make a lick of difference to the NHL standings, GO CANADA! We are all heart, and all about hockey, and it's the best time, high fives in the streets to all fans of the sport!! Sweden will be tough, let's get er going one more time boys!!
      This one is from a guy who's always trolling:
      All I wish for is a Canada 2014 gold, even more than a Leafs cup. Cmon Canada.
      There are some others, I recognise the names and at least they admit they'll go back to trashing after the Olympics - lost of others, some of the usual suspects, not at all.

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  49. To the M.'s very salient point about Sid's comment:

    http://blogs.montrealgazette.com/2013/09/29/sidney-crosby-picks-carey-price-as-nhls-top-goalie/

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  50. I love CArey, I love our Habs and I LOVE Canada!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. omg how could I forget.... I LOVE +76

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    2. What? CArey's married I had to move on, +76 - not yet.

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    3. ahem, ahem, a little moe love? Non?

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  51. Mike Babcock described Carey Price as “big and square and soft.” And in this case, they were all compliments.

    Before the Olympics, goaltending was Team Canada’s biggest worry – the one supposed weakness on a men’s squad overflowing with talent. But Price is showing why those concerns are starting to look overblown.

    An enthusiastic crowd at the Canadian Embassy in Washington erupted in cheers when the Canadian women's hockey team scored in overtime to beat the Americans 3-2 and capture Olympic gold.

    In shutting out the United States on Friday, Price churned out 31 saves and looked as stingy as a netminder could be with rebounds – which is what the Canadian head coach is getting at when he calls his goalie soft. The pucks just seem to get lost in Price’s equipment like loose change between sofa cushions.

    Every time the Americans went to the net looking for a rebound, Price gave them a faceoff.

    “I thought he was great,” Babcock said. “He gives your team confidence.”

    Price’s ability to deliver in big games was something Team Canada brass thought a lot about heading into the tournament. The 26-year-old has only seen moderate NHL playoff success with the Montreal Canadiens, showing glimmers of what he can do when he pushed the Boston Bruins to Game 7 in 2008 and 2011. But his calm under fire is what got Team Canada’s attention.

    “It’s like anything, you build a résumé over time in your career,” Babcock said. “And he’s done that over time, I think he’s been an excellent goalie in the NHL.”

    That Price is one cool customer is not new. His almost dispassionate approach to puck-stopping has been known beyond Canada since the 2007 world junior championship. At his most effective, he is emotionless and relaxed. But Price might be taking his own unflappability to new levels at the Olympics.

    His biggest cough-up all game against the U.S., where he uncharacteristically booted a puck to the blueline in the third period, seemed shaky but was intentional. Seeing an opening to clear the puck out of harm’s way himself, Price seized the moment. It was a sign of how sure he is of his game right now.

    And, naturally, he shrugged it off later. “I’m really confident in that group playing in front of me,” he said. “There’s a lot of winners in that dressing room, they all know how to play in tough situations.”

    So why doesn’t he ever look stressed? The Canadians are “comfortable playing uncomfortable,” he said.

    And there were definitely moments the U.S. was making the defending gold medalists uncomfortable. When Canada scored its only goal early in the second period, the Americans began to swarm. Minutes later, Paul Stastny was able to jam a puck under Price, but it squirted through the crease wide of the net. “I tried to cover it and he just kind of speared it out of there and it skittered across,” Price said. “Hockey is a game of inches and a game of bounces – and, fortunately, we got the one [bounce] tonight.”

    When Canada faces Sweden for gold on Sunday, it will be a matchup of two teams riding hot goalies. “He made some great saves where it would have changed the game,” defenceman Duncan Keith said of Price. “But he was there when we needed him.”

    A few Canadian players said they were familiar with Price’s demeanour having faced him before in the NHL, but playing in front of him has only taken that further.

    “He’s so calm and composed back there,” forward Patrick Marleau said. “It’s nice – nice to have. He was big the whole night for us.”

    The shutout was the most important game of Price’s career. But when he faces Sweden for gold, he knows it will be his biggest test yet. And for a country that has worried about how the goaltending would fare in Sochi, it’s not one he can fumble.

    “I’m just soaking in this moment right now,” Price said. “It’s fun. This is the whole reason we play this sport.”

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  52. So 10 minutes left in my re-watching of the game and hughson is still splooging over vessel and vessel gets a penalty and hughson goes quiet. Bought and sold leaf sucking cockroach.

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  53. Reads well: http://www.canada.com/olympics/columns/canada-vs-united-states-live-olympic-mens-hockey-semi-finals

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  54. An embarrassment of riches, take em': http://www.canada.com/olympics/news/canada-among-medal-leaders-at-sochi-olympics

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  55. Two games in a row, ladies and today's win, tsn's first 'fan' hilite is the CotU's fat fuck cracked mayor jumping two inches from the ground. Sick fucks.

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    1. That's a sports feat of spectacular proportions in the gta, 2nd only to the leafs.

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  56. Thanks moeman.
    Till the morrow everyone.

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  57. Wow, Russia just got another gold. By an American brought in just to do that, and who already has a gold. Add that to Viktor Ahn, that's 5 golds and 1 bronze from....."immigrants" (never mind the biathletes and x country skiers who were brought in from former Soviet countries that didn't have the funding).

    Hey, good for them. Canada has had their share of immigrants on the podium. Of course they actually live in Canada and came over as children. But whatever.

    /dig at Russia

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    1. Oh, and Korea has lodged an official protest for figure skating.

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    2. HAHAHAHA like the IOC or ISU will ever do anything about a protest. corrupt bastards

      quality dig at Russia. and deserved! the Canadian "immigrant" Olympics always want to be in Canada, and work hard for citizenship. their citizenship is not handed to them on a silver (gold) platter

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  58. CAN v POL speed skating for bronze scheduled for 8:51 Eastern time

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  59. My future wife Therese Johaug just won silver in the 30 km, part of a Norwegian ladies sweep. w00t!

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    1. Congratulations Mrs. 29. I'm kind of verklempt over this as I introduced the young couple to each other. 29, maybe catch the two seasons of Lillehammer on Netflix. Also, reindeer meat is a bit chewy if you undercook it.

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      Congrats on the engagement.

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  60. Wow, nice to see CArey still on the main tsn page. A Hab usually only lasts for maybe a ½ hour and the blurp is usually a slag.

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  61. Wow, TSN/CBC just did a thing with Sweden v Canada and they were sucking Lundqvist's cack. "He's the best goalie of the tournament!" "He'll get MVP!" Then they show the stats vs Price, who has much better numbers. "You can see here that Lundqvist is dominating this tournament! The numbers for Price might be sliiiiiiiiiiiiiightly better, but Lundqvist has had much tougher competition!"

    Just to be clear, Lundqvist has faced Latvia, Switzerland, Czech and Slovenia. 6 GA in 5 games.
    Price had to face Norway, Finland, Latvia and the US. 3 GA in 4 games. And a better sv%.

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    1. And Finland, for Sweden.

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    2. the Maritimer11:20 AM

      Just like I predicted. Lundqvist is better than Price. Right.

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  62. Hey, the Americans won a speed skating race! For 7th.

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  63. Holy crap, they are dragging out this speed skating.

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    1. Hoping Canada goes for bronze by the hockey game tomorrow, but at this rate they should finish just in time to catch their flight to Korea 2018.

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    2. I really don't care much for these 7th place races dammit. And I LOVE this race, as I have previously mentioned. but get to it already

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  64. Canada beats the US, AGAIN. This is getting boring. Women speed skaters finish 5th.

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  65. boy this bronze race is NOT at its scheduled time

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  66. Feeling a bit tired tonight after staying up all night yesterday. Though, "Oh, I want to watch the bronze medal game but I'll just go to bed after the speed skating."

    At this rate I'll be luck if speed skating happens before the end of the hockey game.

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  67. bronze race coming up next, allegedly

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    1. For the last hour and a half.

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  68. FINALLY here we go. cmon boys!

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  69. CAN big lead early, POL catching up...

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  70. RT @dfeschuk: 3 of 4 officials for the gold-medal game are CDN, the 4th is Calgarian. Peter Forsberg calls it "a (bleeping) joke."

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  71. Fuck. I stayed up for that?

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    1. That sounded much angrier than I meant. It was meant as a joke.

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  72. Good try, boys. Really thought they could do it, though.

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    1. they went for it and finished on their feet. that's all you can ask I guess

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  73. Go Finland! I so want the USA to feel the pain of 4th

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    1. Me too! And for my Saku of course ❤

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  74. I know I'm going to jinx this, but Canada in 6th in biathlon, about 1 minute behind, but only 40 seconds behind 2nd.

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  75. PatCHes, that wasn't nice, save it for the leaf.

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    1. oops, I spelled it wrong.

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  77. 2 penalty shots for Kane, no goals

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  78. just like paCHes... except for the other three goals

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  79. Kane: Overrated, or THE MOST overrated?

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    1. Céline phaneuf.

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    2. the Maritimer11:28 AM

      Two time Stanley Cup winner I'd take him on the Habs any day.

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  80. So apparently a friend a friend of mine here went to the game last night. He lives in Mongolia, but made his way to Sochi. Woke up this morning to a forward of a pic of him in front of the arena with the score glowing brightly on the roof, wearing a Team Canada jersey and Expo hat.

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  81. the Maritimer11:26 AM

    So hoping the Finns can hang on here, I personally have no grudge against the Americans but I want CBC/TSN faves and leaf superstars kesseltracker and jvr to go home with...nothing.

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    1. They'll hype Komarov.

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    2. the Maritimer11:29 AM

      Why? he's an ex-leaf.

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    3. Yup and he may sign on before the playoffs but they have no cap space, so thats nice.

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  82. Sick fucks say Ovie watching as his team practises - 'I guess he doesn't want to be a part of that' Of course they won't say his father had heart surgery. fuck off

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  83. the Maritimer11:55 AM

    Good-bye kesseltracker.

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  84. Oooh cash another boys.

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  85. the Maritimer12:00 PM

    The Americans have no interest in winning this game or the bronze medal but the Finns are embracing it realizing ANY medal in the Olympics is significant. In all fairness, the Canadians would probably feel the same way.

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    1. I read something recently from some of the guys from Team Canada 1998 who basically checked out in the bronze medal game. They said now that they wish they would have played harder and tried to get that bronze.

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  86. STFU with I don't think the Canadians would handle this game any differently. You shit-mouthed scab.

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  87. Are kessel and jvr playing? (autocorrect is types vessel and jar)

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  88. And what was that about the American offensive juggernaught CBCTSN?

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  89. Stupid penalty by Kane. Cash it.

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  90. Let's go Teemu!!

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  91. congrats Teemu and the Finns!

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  92. Adios!! Sorry PatCHes.

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