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    Final:
    SKA St. Petersburg 4, Canada 3
    Congrats to the winners. Thought they were the better team although the Canadian team showed a good effort and never gave up.

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    SKA deserved this win, they were better team today.
    Congrats to them on that win and congrats Canadians on great tournament.
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    Damn, the game was much earlier than I thought, and I missed it!



    I picked SKA as the winner before the tournament began, and they won as I expected.

    Congrats to SKA!

    And congratulations to the KHL for maintaining its grip on the Spengler Cup for another year.

    However, I did not expect Canada to make the finals.

    Great job by the Canadian players, and congratulations to Mark Messier on what by any account must be considered a very successful coaching debut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piotrek View Post
    An my usuall question: who was the MVP's in pre-SF, SF and game Sparta - SKA
    I know only for pre-semifinals

    Servette - Spartak Tobias Stephan and Dominik Hašek

    Team Canada - Sparta Brendan Bell and Emanuel Peter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pršljen View Post
    I know only for pre-semifinals

    Servette - Spartak Tobias Stephan and Dominik Hašek

    Team Canada - Sparta Brendan Bell and Emanuel Peter
    Thanks Prsljen
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

    Andrzej Sapkowski, "Żmija"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Damn, the game was much earlier than I thought, and I missed it!



    I picked SKA as the winner before the tournament began, and they won as I expected.

    Congrats to SKA!

    And congratulations to the KHL for maintaining its grip on the Spengler Cup for another year.

    However, I did not expect Canada to make the finals.

    Great job by the Canadian players, and congratulations to Mark Messier on what by any account must be considered a very successful coaching debut.
    Marc,
    Put that time in your calendar. The final has been a 6 am EST start for years now

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    Not to make any excuses for Canada, because none are needed, but....
    a 6 AM start for the final?
    Wow, that was a quick turnaround.
    Not much recovery time for Canada, which played the later semi.
    I missed the game but heard the 4th SKA goal was into an empty net...is that right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piotrek View Post
    Thanks Prsljen
    You're welcome.
    I even remembered MVP's from SF match SKA - Servette (Johan Fransson and Thomas Deruns).

    Quote Originally Posted by Heatleysucks View Post
    I missed the game but heard the 4th SKA goal was into an empty net...is that right?
    Yes, scored by Sushinsky.
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    Final - 31.12.2010

    SKA St. Petersburg - Team Canada 4:3 (1:0, 2:1, 1:2)
    1-0 11' Maksim Sushinski (Tony Martensson)
    1-1 27' Micki DuPont (Dominic Pittis)
    2-1 31' Aleksei Yashin (Maksim Sushinski, Matthias Weinhandl) PP2
    3-1 35' Maksim Afinogenow (Johan Fransson)
    3-2 59' (58:38) Brett McLean (Mike Iggulden, Brendan Bell) 6/5
    4-2 59' (58:57) Maksim Sushinski EN
    4-3 60' (59:58) Josh Holden (Brett McLean) 6/5
    SKA 7x2, CAN 6x2, Att.: 6432
    Ref.: Baluska (Svk)/Hebert (Can), Küng/Losier (Can).
    MVP's: Maksim Sushinsky - Jeff Deslauriers

    SKA St. Petersburg: Stepanek (Sokolov) - Fransson (2), Vorobyev, Sushinski, Martensson (2), Yashin - Grebeshkow, Denisov, Weinhandl, Cajanek, But - Semenov (4), V. Vishnevski (2), Afinogenov, Brylin, Artjuchin - Petrov (2), Serkin, Schitikov, Kryukow, Rybin.

    Team Canada: Deslauriers (59'60'out) (Moss) - Roche, B. Bell, Vigier, Pittis (2), Landry (2) - DuPont (2), Popovic (2), Kariya, Holden, Down (2) - Co. Murphy, Kwiatkowski, Lehoux (2), Metropolit, McLean - Cu. Murphy, Westcott, Iggulden, Brown, Pelletier.
    Bo gdyby, ach gdyby wszystko na tym świecie dało się rostrzygać na lodowiskach, w trzech tercjach, kijem i krążkiem, to nie tylko wszak kanadyjskim zawodowcom z NHL, nie tylko wiarołomnym antysocjalistycznym Czechom, ale całemu światu, ba, nawet duszmanom z Pandższiru, Heratu i Kandaharu spuściłaby tęgi a druzgocący wpierdol hokejowa reprezentacja ZSRR, a w jej składzie Ragulin, Fetisow, Kasatonow oraz, bladź, Kapustin, Golikow i Malcew.

    Andrzej Sapkowski, "Żmija"

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    Allstar-Team.
    Keeper: Jeff Deslauriers (Team Canada).
    Right Defender: Travis Roche (Team Canada) - Left Defender: Goran Bezina (Genčve-Servette).
    Right Wing: Dan Fritsche (Genčve-Servette) - Center: Reto von Arx (Davos) - Left Wing: Alexej Jaschin (SKA St. Petersburg).

    Top scorers:
    1. Maxim Sushinsky (St. Petersburg) 7 (2 Goals/5 Assists).
    2. Alexej Jaschin (St. Petersburg) und Tony Martensson (St. Petersburg), je 6 (3/3).
    4. Micki DuPont (Team Canada) 5 (3/2).
    5. Richard Park (Genčve-Servette) 5 (2/3).

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    Best scorers
     Player TeamGPGAPTS
    1
    Maxim Sushinsky
    SKA St.Petersburg4257
    2
    Tony Martensson
    SKA St.Petersburg4336
    2
    Alexei Yashin
    SKA St.Petersburg4336
    4
    Micki Dupont
    Team Canada5325
    4
    Richard Park
    Servette Geneve4235
    4
    Brett Mclean
    Team Canada5145
    4
    Glen Metropolit
    Team Canada5145
    8
    Petr Taticek
    HC Davos4224
    8
    Reto von Arx
    Davos4224
    8
    Cory Murphy
    Team Canada5044
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    Congratulations on the St. Petersburgh. I only saw highlights this year, but TSN had the games on TV and I think online? Rogerssportsnet bought the rights, now TSN has the rights. Maybe this tournament will be even bigger in Canada, year by year, it's becoming quite popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kun View Post
    Congratulations on the St. Petersburgh. I only saw highlights this year, but TSN had the games on TV and I think online? Rogerssportsnet bought the rights, now TSN has the rights. Maybe this tournament will be even bigger in Canada, year by year, it's becoming quite popular.
    The IIHF should just give TSN the rights to the IHWC and the Victoria Cup (if it comes) for free :-)

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    What was the Canadian public's and media's perception of Mark Messier's coaching performance?

    I thought he did very well getting the guys to play well enough to make the final despite playing four games in four days and five games in 4.5 days.

    Messier is revered as an iconic hero in New York, and I was curious as to how he and his career are looked at in Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    What was the Canadian public's and media's perception of Mark Messier's coaching performance?
    one word

    Meh

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    Sad......he got them to the finals under a particularly grueling schedule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Sad......he got them to the finals under a particularly grueling schedule.
    Kun may be speaking for himself.
    I happen to think Messier could be a very good NHL coach...better certainly than his good buddy #99.
    I mean, just look at the guy....that scowl....would you want the Moose to be pissed off at you?
    Hell, no!

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    He did a good job, but the "Meh" I think is more akin to no one noticing.

    What's his resume now? U18 boys, Mens World and Spenglar Team Canada?

    He probably could get a job with a struggling NHL team now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Damn, the game was much earlier than I thought, and I missed it!



    I picked SKA as the winner before the tournament began, and they won as I expected.

    Congrats to SKA!

    And congratulations to the KHL for maintaining its grip on the Spengler Cup for another year.

    However, I did not expect Canada to make the finals.

    Great job by the Canadian players, and congratulations to Mark Messier on what by any account must be considered a very successful coaching debut.
    Marc,

    where you could watch the game in the States? Live???

    I picked SKA also as the winner, before the Tournament. But I'm anyway a "russian" ice hockey fan...

    Canada played not so perfect, as in other years. But they've still something, which nobody has around the world (except sometimes USA): never give up!! The game is finish, when you hear the final call.

    SKA was definitelly the best Team at this Tournament. But the best period was the first of the semifinal between Geneva and SKA. It was unbelievable, what Geneva played in the first period. The score could be 5 or 6 to zero.....
    Cheers, Franco

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    Statistics

    for all, who have still not enough from the this years Spengler-Cuo, here is the official page.

    http://www.spenglercup.ch/spenglercup/en/
    Cheers, Franco

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    Hi Franco, Happy New Year to you!

    I watched the games on the internet with ahigh speed connection at www.fromsport.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Brunengraber View Post
    Hi Franco, Happy New Year to you!

    I watched the games on the internet with ahigh speed connection at www.fromsport.com
    Hi Marc,

    happy new year to you, too!! Sorry, forgott this in my first e-mail.....

    That's a good link. Just "found" it, some weeks ago.

    But better would be for next year, to visit Davos directly..... with a big and fat wallet....
    Cheers, Franco

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