2016 World Cup of Hockey: Half speed Canada still enough to beat Europe in Game 1

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It was not his ass kicked, it was intended for, but Team Canada nevertheless a victory to win the hockey World Cup Of Hockey Jersey because even when they are not going full steam, they are still miles au beyond all others.

Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron both scored and Carey Price made 32 saves in the 3-1 victory over Team Canada Europe Tuesday night. Steven Stamkos also a goal for Canada, which outscored its opposition 22-7 in the tournament.

Marchand leads all players in the tournament with four goals. The purpose of Stamkos was his first of the tournament. Both statements are true and completely crazy.

The first two periods are not Canada at its best. Europe had a couple of good chances in the first quarter and dominated Canada for the period 13-9. Down 2-0 entering the second, Tomas Tatar scored his third of the tournament for Europe in a.

Canada tightened defensively in the third, and Bergeron sealed the game when he redirected a shot from Sidney Crosby, who had danced and twisted and turned in 30 different directions behind the net to shake Mark Streit and feed Bergeron on the reverse.

Okay, okay, I’ll take the important things: Jaroslav Halak looked good again, making 35 saves in the loss. Each goal against him was unfair to the limit for a single human guard to stop and they all squarely falls within the Butch Goring Zone ( “Nothing he could do about that one, Howie”). He did all he could to keep his team in the game, but Marian Gaborik (broken foot), Europe will be difficult to score on price. Or at least, hardest pressed they were already.

John Tavares had an active game and four penalties, but did not finish with all the points.

Team Europe has already proven to be a worthy opponent and noble experience. He gets a chance to keep the current tournament Thursday night.

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