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Sochi 2014 men’s hockey analysis – Canada vs USA

Sochi 2014 men’s hockey analysis – Canada vs USA
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By Mark Nadolny
Digital & Social Media Coordinator

Video: Guest video blogger Steve Dangle discusses the U.S. roster announcement and what may be on the way for Team Canada (prior to team announcement). 

At Vancouver 2010, both the men’s and women’s Ice Hockey finals featured Team Canada vs Team USA. It would be a long shot to say both teams will be in the finals again at Sochi 2014, but it definitely wouldn’t be unheard of. There is a lot more competition on the men’s side, but it is still safe to say that Canada and the USA are both favourites to bring home hockey gold from Russia.

Read: Hockey Canada men’s team set to defend Olympic title

Read: Our writers tell us who they’d like to see on Team Canada

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Team USA was announced last week, and the Canadian team was finally released this morning.

 CANADA USA
 Goalies – 2014 SV% & GAA
Luongo .922 & 2.23 Jimmy Howard .911 & 2.65
Carey Price .928 & 2.22 Ryan Miller .927 & 2.64
Mike Smith .911 & 2.89 Jonathan Quick .909 & 2.27
Defencemen – 2014 Pts & +/- (as of Jan 6)
Jay Bouwmeester 27 Pts & +21 John Carlson 15 Pts & -2
Drew Doughty 23 Pts & +13 Justin Faulk 16 Pts & -4
Dan Hamhuis 13 Pts & +12 Cam Fowler 26 Pts & +14
Duncan Keith 42 Pts & +18 Paul Martin 11 Pts & -1
Alex Pietrangelo 28 Pts & +15 Ryan McDonagh 25 Pts & -2
PK Subban 33 Pts & +14 Brooks Orpik 10 Pts & +4
Marc-Edouard Vlasic 16 Pts & +12 Kevin Shattenkirk 31 Pts & +13
Shea Weber 27 Pts & -13 Ryan Suter 23 Pts & +1
Forwards – 2014 Goals & Assists (as of Jan 6)
Jamie Benn 15 G & 22 A David Backes 16 G & 16 A
Patrice Bergeron 10 G & 15 A Dustin Brown 8 G & 6 A
Jeff Carter 15 G & 11 A Ryan Callahan 7 G & 7 A
Sidney Crosby 23 G & 40 A Patrick Kane 23 G & 31 A
Matt Duchene 16 G & 22 A Ryan Kesler 17 G & 12 A
Ryan Getzlaf 20 G & 28 A Phil Kessel 20 G & 18 A
Chris Kunitz 23 G & 24 A T.J. Oshie 8 G & 29 A
Patrick Marleau 19 G & 22 A Max Pacioretty 19 G & 6 A
Rick Nash 9 G & 9 A Zach Parise 15 G & 12 A
Corey Perry 23 G & 21 A Joe Pavelski 18 G & 22 A
Patrick Sharp 25 G & 21 A Paul Stastny 11 G & 16 A
Steven Stamkos 14 G & 9 A Derek Stepan 7 G & 19 A
John Tavares 20 G & 31 A James van Riemsdyk 15 G & 15 A
Jonathan Toews 15 G & 29 A Blake Wheeler 16 G & 16 A
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By Mark Nadolny
Digital & Social Media Coordinator

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