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MessageSujet: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 12:25

Staal Staal williams
Nash Cammalleri Doan
XXX XXX XXX
McClement Chimera Mayers

Brewer Hamius
Weber XXX
Commodore JacKman

Ward
Roloson

Quels sont les joueurs qui ont perdu en première ronde qui vont se présente la Canada aux prochain championnats du monde. Trouvez qui pourrait remplacer les XXX.

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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 16:41

lecavalier sure

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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 16:43

Crosby ny va pas?

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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 16:53

chepas si y conte comme canadien??
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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 16:56

Crosby a dis qu'il avait un os du pied fracturé et il n'ira pas

Lecavalier sa serait cool mais je ne suis pas sur qu'il y est qqc a gagné.
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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 16:58

Higgins veut pas faire team USA m'essemble???

Et Ryder lui???
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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 17:00

lol.... Ryder..... c vrai mais faut qu'il n'a pas une si grande valeur si jamal Mayers s'est faite prendre avant lui...


je sais que Toews s'est faite inviter au camp mais je ne crois qu'il fasse le club.
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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 17:01

Higgins et Komisarek vont jouer pour les USA me semble.


Players working with the team during pre-competition schedule: Defenceman Cory Murphy, Kanata, ON (HIFK Helsinki); Defenceman Jame Pollock, Victoria, BC (Sinupret Ice Tigers); Defenceman Pascal Trepanier, Gaspe, QC (Mannheim Eagles); Forward Rene Corbet, Victoriaville, QC (Mannheim Eagles); Forward Martin Kariya, Vancouver, BC, (Espoo Blues); Forward Stacy Roest, Lethbridge, AB (Rapperswilll-Jona); Forward Jonathan Toews, Winnipeg, MB (University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux).
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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 17:16

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CP) - Minnesota Wild winger Adam Hall, Nashville Predators defenceman Ryan Suter and St. Louis Blues goaltender Jason Bacashihua were named to the U.S. team for the world hockey championship Monday.

Hall is making his fifth straight appearance at the tournament. He didn't record a point in seven games last year.

Suter is playing in the event for a third straight year. He had a goal and an assist last year.

Bacashihua was 1-1 with a 2.15 goals-against average during his world championship debut in 2006. He replaces Robert Esche, who withdrew from the team for personal reasons

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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 17:18

Canadian Press

4/23/2007 10:25:40 AM

Team Canada's defence is starting to take shape with less than week to go before the start of the IIHF world hockey championship.

Nashville Predators defencemen Shea Weber and Dan Hamhuis have both accepted invitations to join the Canadian team in Moscow. Canada's first game is on Saturday against Germany.

Four of the five defencemen on the roster have worn the Maple Leaf before. Weber (2005), Hamhuis (2001, 2002), Barret Jackman (2000, 2001) and Eric Brewer (1998) all previously played for Canada in the world junior tournament. Brewer also won gold at the 2002 Olympics and 2003 and 2004 world championships.

Only Mike Commodore will be making his international debut. The 27-year-old won a Stanley Cup with Carolina last spring and got to Game 7 of the final while playing with Calgary in 2004.

Hamhuis, a 24-year-old from Smithers, B.C., also played for the Canadian team that finished fourth a year ago at the world championship in Latvia. He had six goals and 20 points in 81 games for Nashville this year.

His teammate Weber established himself as one of Nashville's best young players in his first full NHL season. The 21-year-old from Sicamous, B.C., scored 17 goals and had 40 points while playing in 79 games this year.

The Predators were eliminated from the playoffs by San Jose on Friday night.

General manager Steve Yzerman and coach Andy Murray have been keen observers during the opening round of the post-season. They, along with a staff of advisers, have identified players from every team to invite once they've been eliminated.

Canada currently has nine forwards, including 18-year-old Jordan Staal of the Pittsburgh Penguins who was added to the roster on Saturday. The team will likely carry 13 players up front and is considering several options to fill out the remaining four spots.

After the additions of Hamhuis and Weber, two vacant spots remain on the blue-line. A third goalie will also be added to join Cam Ward of the Hurricanes and Dwayne Roloson of the Edmonton Oilers.

The first group of Canadian players departed for Finland on Sunday. They'll participate in a training camp that includes junior player Jonathan Toews of Winnipeg and six European-based professionals. Canada will play an exhibition game with the Finns on Tuesday night in Tampere.

The team arrives in Moscow on Thursday and will have two more days to prepare for its opening game against Germany. Canada will also play Norway and Slovakia in the first round.

This is an important event for Hockey Canada, which is already looking ahead to the Olympics in 2010.

Not only can it evaluate the performance of young players like Weber and first-time executives like Yzerman on the international stage, it can earn valuable world ranking points if the team has a good showing.

Canada has slipped to fourth in the rankings and faces tougher preliminary round competition at these tournaments as a result. It was rated No. 1 in the world heading into last year's Turin Olympics before finishing a disappointing seventh.

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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Mar 24 Avr 2007 - 17:24

Goaltenders
Player S/C Ht. Wt. Birthdate Hometown Team
Dwayne Roloson L 6'1 190 10/12/69 Simcoe, ON Edmonton
Cam Ward L 6'1 200 02/29/84 Sherwood Park, AB Carolina

Defence
Player S/C Ht. Wt. Birthdate Hometown Team
Eric Brewer L 6'3 220 04/17/79 Kamloops, BC St. Louis
Mike Commodore R 6'5 228 11/07/79 Fort Saskatchewan, AB Carolina
Dan Hamhuis L 6'1 200 12/13/82 Smithers, BC Nashville
Barret Jackman L 6'0 213 03/05/81 Fruitvale, BC St. Louis
Shea Weber R 6'3 215 08/14/85 Sicamous, BC Nashville

Forwards
Player S/C Ht. Wt. Birthdate Hometown Team
Mike Cammalleri L 5'9 185 06/08/82 Richmond Hill, ON Los Angeles
Jason Chimera L 6'2 206 05/02/79 Edmonton, AB Columbus
Shane Doan R 6'2 216 10/10/76 Halkirk, AB Phoenix
Jamal Mayers R 6'2 200 10/24/74 Toronto, ON St. Louis
Jay McClement L 6'1 199 03/02/83 Kingston, ON St. Louis
Rick Nash L 6'4 215 06/16/84 Brampton, ON Columbus
Eric Staal L 6'4 205 10/29/84 Thunder Bay, ON Carolina
Jordan Staal L 6'4 215 09/10/88 Thunder Bay, ON Pittsburgh
Justin Williams R 6'1 195 10/04/81 Cobourg, ON Carolina

Players working with the team during pre-competition schedule: Defenceman Cory Murphy, Kanata, ON (HIFK Helsinki); Defenceman Jame Pollock, Victoria, BC (Sinupret Ice Tigers); Defenceman Pascal Trepanier, Gaspe, QC (Mannheim Eagles); Forward Rene Corbet, Victoriaville, QC (Mannheim Eagles); Forward Martin Kariya, Vancouver, BC, (Espoo Blues); Forward Stacy Roest, Lethbridge, AB (Rapperswilll-Jona); Forward Jonathan Toews, Winnipeg, MB (University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux).
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MessageSujet: Re: Championnats du monde   Jeu 26 Avr 2007 - 15:16

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4/25/2007 8:54:14 PM

CALGARY (CP) -Two-time world junior gold medallist Jonathan Toews is going to get a taste of NHL competition this spring at the IIHF world hockey championship.

The highly touted Chicago Blackhawks prospect is one of six players who have accepted invitations to join Team Canada, bringing the total number of players to 22.

The tournament begins in Moscow on Friday, and Canada plays its first game against Germany on Saturday. The game can be seen live on TSN and TSN Broadband at 8am et/5am pt.

Toews, an 18-year-old forward, has spent the last two years playing for the University of North Dakota. The Winnipeg native was selected third overall by the Blackhawks in last year's draft.

He was one of a group of players sent to fill in during exhibition play until the roster could be rounded out after the first round of NHL playoffs. Toews played on a line with Rick Nash and Shane Doan.

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''He's going to be, or rather he is, a very good player,'' Doan said of Toews after an exhibition loss to Finland on Tuesday.

Pittsburgh Penguins winger Colby Armstrong, Calgary Flames centre Matthew Lombardi, Minnesota Wild defenceman Nick Schultz, Nashville Predators goalie Chris Mason and defenceman Cory Murphy will also be suiting up for Canada.<

Armstrong, a 24-year-old from Lloydminster, Sask., joins Penguins teammate Jordan Staal on the team. Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby will miss the event because of a broken bone in his left foot.

A Memorial Cup champion with Red Deer in 2001, Armstrong had 12 goals and 34 points in 81 games for the Penguins this year.

Lombardi is the lone member of the Flames to accept an invitation thus far. The 25-year-old Montreal native had a career-high 20 goals and 46 points for Calgary this year.

Schultz, 24, had two goals in 10 assists while playing in all 82 games for the Wild this season. He has 17 goals and 45 assists in 367 career NHL games.

Mason posted a 2.38 goals-against average en route to a 24-11-4 season with Nashville this year. The 31-year-old started all five Predators playoff games, racking up a 3.45 GAA.

Murphy spent last season playing with HIFK Helsinki in Finland, where he collected 13 goals and 37 assists in 45 games.

The Canadian team now has 12 forwards, seven defencemen and three goalies. They have room to add one more player and then can choose to add two more players after the preliminary round.

The first group of players to join the team finished up a quick training camp in Finland on Wednesday. They'll travel to Russia on Thursday in preparation for the event.

Canada finished fourth at the world championship in Latvia last year. It has won gold three times in the past 10 years
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