2010 Olympics: Canadians Getting It Done in the Scoring Department

Posted: 17th November 2009 by Mark Ritter in NHL
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Written By: Mark ôThe Hard Hitterö Ritter

Heading into the 2009-2010 NHL season, many ôhockey expertsö were predicting that Russia would ice the most lethal combination of forward talent at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. At the quarter mark of the NHL season, Canada looks to have the best offensive lineup, which has to have Canadian menÆs hockey executive director Steve Yzerman drooling.

CanadaÆs scoring, or lack thereof, at the Olympics has long been a source of many debates for hockey fans and countrymen alike. In 2002, Canada managed to score a total of 22 goals in six games en route to a Gold Medal finish. 2006 was another story, as Canada managed only 15 goals in six games, finishing an embarrassing seventh.

Fortunately for Canada, they have always b ...

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