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WCH 2016: Team Europe Pulls Upset Against Sweden

Sep 25, 2016; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Team Europe celebrates a win over Team Sweden after an overtime gal by  forward Tomas Tatar (21) during a semifinal game in the 2016 World Cup of Hockey at Air Canada Centre. Team Europe defeated Team Sweden 3-2 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

Last week, if you told me that Team Europe would be playing in the World Cup of Hockey Finals, I’d probably have you committed to the loony bin. Yet here we are, looking at a Canada vs Europe Finals a day after Europe beat Team Sweden, 3-2, in an over-time ...

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San Jose Sharks: Keeping Key Players Healthy Crucial for 2016-17 Season


As the World Cup of Hockey nears an end as we await the World Cup Final between Team Canada and Team Europe, NHL preseason action has already begun. After just falling short of hockey’s ultimate prize last season, the Sharks will definitely be looking to get back into the Stanley ...

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WCH 2016: Team USA Snuffed by Bad Luck


Conclusion Leads to Controversy The round-robin portion of the 2016 World Cup of Hockey has come to a conclusion. With it, the four teams moving on to the semifinals have been determined. Team USA, as we all know, is not one of them. Two days have passed since Canada drove ...

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What the Puck, USA?!


So, here I am.  Writing about a tournament that a couple weeks ago no one was interested in, and a team that was setup to play Canada in the final, but showed no interest.  But the ramifications coming from the United States World Cup Hockey Team, could be felt now ...

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WCH 2016: 3 Takeaways from Team USA’s Exhibition Round


Team USA went 2-1 in their three preliminary games after facing Canada twice and Finland once. They had an even goal differential over the contests and tweaked their lineups throughout the round in search of chemistry. The tournament begins Saturday afternoon, when the Americans face Team Europe at 3:30 PM EST. What ...

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WCH 2016: Team USA’s Past Performances


The third edition of the World Cup of Hockey officially starts off in just over a week, and Team USA is aiming for a trophy-worthy run. With a total of eight teams boasting heavy talent—either offensively, defensively, or both—it is sure to be an exciting tournament. It will take both ...

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Lokomotiv: Never Forgotten

The memorial complex to honor the perished Lokomotiv team in the Tunoshna village near the site of where their team plane crashed in 2011. (Source: Pavel Lysenkov)

September 7, 2016 When I decided that I would write this piece a couple of months ago, I knew that it would mentally take me to a dreadful place that is not fun to visit. Even though I was not personally affected by the tragedy in terms of friendship or ...

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Carey Price gets First Start in Exhibition


Carey Price gets First Start in Exhibition Team Canada will take to the ice for its first exhibition game in Columbus, Ohio to face their cross-border rivals in Team USA on Friday and Carey Price will get the start in goal.  All eyes will be on Price as the 2015 Vezina winner ...

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WCOH2016: San Jose Sharks’ Hertl Among Players Added to WCOH Injury List


Sharks’ Tomas Hertl Added Among Players to Miss World Cup of Hockey Tournament The injury bug for the World Cup of Hockey continues, especially for the Czech Republic, as it was announced today that San Jose Sharks’ forward Tomas Hertl would miss the tournament still rehabilitating his knee injury from the ...

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WCH 2016: A Look at Team USA


As the World Cup of Hockey fast approaches, the Pucknology crew is ready to give you in-depth coverage of the international event. Luckily for you, I am covering Team USA for the outlet. Now, I am no different than any other American; I too was born with fireworks in my hand, raised ...

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