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    Olympics 2018 Olympics - Pyeongchang (KOR) - 14-25 February 2018 - Men

    Group A:
    Canada
    Czech Republic
    Switzerland
    Korea

    Group B:

    OAR
    USA
    Slovakia
    Slovenia

    Group C:

    Sweden
    Finland
    Norway
    Germany

    Tournament schedule:
    http://pyeongchang2018.iihf.hockey/men/games/

    Tournament format:
    http://pyeongchang2018.iihf.hockey/men/information/

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    Olympics Roster - Overview - Men

    Group A:
    Canada
    http://pyeongchang2018.iihf.hockey/m...-olympic-team/
    Czech Republic

    Switzerland

    Korea

    Group B:

    OAR

    USA
    http://teamusa.usahockey.com/page/sh...s-men-s-roster
    Slovakia

    Slovenia

    Group C:

    Sweden

    Finland

    Norway

    Germany

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    Olympics 2018 Olympics - Pyeongchang (KOR) - 10-22 February 2018 - Women

    Group A:
    USA
    Canada
    Finland
    OAR

    Group B:
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    Japan
    Korea

    Tournament schedule:
    http://pyeongchang2018.iihf.hockey/women/games/

    Tournament format:
    http://pyeongchang2018.iihf.hockey/women/information/

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    Olympics Roster - Overview - Women

    Group A:
    USA
    http://teamusa.usahockey.com/page/sh...ey-team-roster
    Canada
    http://pyeongchang2018.iihf.hockey/w...ic-team-named/
    Finland

    OAR

    Group A:
    Sweden

    Switzerland

    Japan

    Korea

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    So if I'm reading this correctly, you can lose all 3 of your preliminary round games and still be in the playoffs. This is probably good news for Canada and the US since they may need longer to get their systems going. On the other hand if you win your group you get a bye and that is a nice bennie with a lot of games in a short time. (By conventional standards) Canada is an old team - I wonder how they rank age wise this year ?

    I look at a team like Switzerland who are competitive at the WCh. They typically add a few NHLers and its never obvious if that helps or hurts in the short term. This year they will have a strong nucleus without the confusion of adding at the last minute. Should be an interesting tournament, pretty wide open who gets the hardware.

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