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  • Kevin-BJonasHillerfan Nice job by the Ducks signing Theodore,we've watched his career here in Seattle,awesome player and good attitude.
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  • Best player I've ever seen play, and the best way to announce a contract signing! Can't wait to see him in one more year!
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  • JonasHillerfan Finished off my Labor Day tourney today, and my team won the championship and finished with a perfect 4-0 record. Season starts next saturday!
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  • I've honestly given up even reading those articles, because they always pick Pittsburgh from the east. I'm honestly tired of it, but St. Louis has a pretty good shot this year, I think. Kinda surprised they didn't go with Chicago again though.
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  • JonasHillerfan thanks for the post Mystery Song????? in the forums.
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  • From

    NEW YORK/TORONTO -- The National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) and the National Hockey League (NHL) announced today that an agreement has been reached with the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to secure participation of NHL players in the upcoming 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

    NHL players will be available to the 12 participating IIHF Member National Associations for the men's Olympic ice hockey tournament (February 12-23, 2014). This will mark the fifth consecutive time dating back to Nagano 1998 that NHL players have participated in the Olympics. More than 120 NHL players are expected to compete for their respective nations in Sochi.

    "The National Hockey League features the most international player population in professional sports, and our outstanding athletes take tremendous pride in representing their homelands on the global stage," NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said. "The decision to participate in the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi was in many ways a difficult one, but one that we know will be well received by our Players and, most importantly, by the vast majority of our fans and sports fans everywhere."

    "The Players are very pleased that an agreement has been reached that will allow the world's best hockey players to compete at the Winter Games in February," said Don Fehr, NHLPA Executive Director. "Having the opportunity to wear their nation's sweater in Sochi is something the players look forward to."

    The NHL will break from the 2013-14 regular season schedule on February 9 and return to play February 26 to allow for participation in the Games.

    As part of the IIHF-NHL-NHLPA agreement, seven NHL referees and six NHL linesmen will be integrated into the IIHF on-ice officials' crews that will work the men's tournament. The Olympic ice hockey tournament will be played according to the IIHF rulebook on international sized rinks, 60 x 30 meters.

    The groups and schedule of the men's ice hockey tournament is below. Twelve teams in three groups will participate in the men's event (February 12-23). The women's tournament will consist of eight teams in two groups (February 8-20).

    NBCUniversal, the Olympics rights holder in the U.S., and CBC/Radio-Canada, the Olympics rights holder in Canada, will present coverage of the Olympic ice hockey tournament in their respective countries. Schedules for each network will be released at a later date.

    Men's Preliminary Round Schedule
    WED, FEB 12
    1 12:00 PM ET Czech Republic vs. Sweden
    2 12:00 PM ET Latvia vs. Switzerland
    THU, FEB 13
    3 3:00 AM ET Finland vs. Austria
    4 7:30 AM ET Russia vs. Slovenia
    5 7:30 AM ET Slovakia vs. United States
    6 12:00 PM ET Canada vs. Norway
    FRI, FEB 14
    7 3:00 AM ET Czech Republic vs. Latvia
    8 7:30 AM ET Sweden vs. Switzerland
    9 12:00 PM ET Canada vs. Austria
    10 12:00 PM ET Norway vs. Finland
    SAT, FEB 15
    11 3:00 AM ET Slovakia vs. Slovenia
    12 7:30 AM ET United States vs. Russia
    13 12:00 PM ET Switzerland vs. Czech Republic
    14 12:00 PM ET Sweden vs. Latvia
    SUN, FEB 16
    15 3:00 AM ET Austria vs. Norway
    16 7:30 AM ET Russia vs. Slovakia
    17 7:30 AM ET Slovenia vs. United States
    18 12:00 PM ET Finland vs. Canada
    Qualification play-off - TUE, FEB 18
    19 3:00 AM ET TBD
    20 7:30 AM ET TBD
    21 12:00 PM ET TBD
    22 12:00 PM ET TBD
    Quarterfinals - WED, FEB 19
    23 3:00 AM ET TBD
    24 7:30 AM ET TBD
    25 12:00 PM ET TBD
    26 12:00 PM ET TBD
    Semifinals - FRI, FEB 21
    27 7:00 AM ET TBD
    28 12:00 PM ET TBD
    Bronze Medal Game - SAT, FEB 22
    29 10:00 AM ET TBD
    Gold Medal Game - SUN, FEB 23
    30 7:00 AM ET TBD


    Any thoughts on which teams will succeed? I'm thinking it'll be the USA and Canada in the gold-medal game, and then Russia and Sweden in the Bronze-medal game.
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