USA and Sweden Battle for Gold

WHO DO YOU PLAY FOR.

It's been a roller coaster ride for the United States this year with close wins and upsetting loses in the World Junior Championships.  Playoffs are done, and many teams have headed home, but Phil Housley's United States and Sweden remain.  The two teams square off at 8am ET tomorrow morning, so tune in if you want to see one helluva show.  This is how team US has performed throughout the tourney.  Enjoy.

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Forwards:
POS
Team
G-A-Pts
NHL Rights
John Gaudreau
F
Boston College (NCAA)
(6)  7-6-9
Flames
Alex Galchenyuk
F
Sarnia (OHL)
(6)  2-6-8
Canadiens
JT Miller
F
Connecticut (AHL)
(6)  2-6-8
Rangers
Riley Barber
F
Miami, OH (NCAA)
(6)  3-3-6
Capitals
Jim Vesey
F
Harvard (NCAA)
(6)  1-4-5
Predators
Vince Trocheck
F
Saginaw (OHL)
(6)  2-2-4
Senators
Sean Kuraly
F
Miami, OH (NCAA)
(6)  1-2-3
Sharks
Cole Bardreau
F
Cornell (NCAA)
(6)  1-2-3
FA
Ryan Hartman
F
Plymouth (OHL)
(6)  2-1-3
2013 DE
Blake Pietila
F
Michigan Tech (NCAA)
(6)  0-2-2
Devils
Rocco Grimaldi
F
North Dakota (NCAA)
(6)  0-2-2
Panthers
Tyler Biggs
F
Oshawa (OHL)
(6)  0-1-1
Maple Leafs
Mario Lucia
F
Notre Dame (NCAA)
(6)  0-1-1
Wild


Defenseman:
POS
Team
G-A-Pts
NHL Rights
Jacob Trouba
D
Michigan (NCAA)
(6)  4-4-8
Jets
Seth Jones
D
Portland (WHL)
(6)  1-6-7
2013 DE
Jake McCabe
D
Wisconsin (NCAA)
(6)  3-3-6
Sabres
Mike Reilly
D
Minnesota (NCAA)
(6)  1-2-3
Blue Jackets
Connor Murphy
D
Sarnia (OHL)
(6)  0-1-1
Coyotes
Shayne Gostisbehere
D
Union (NCAA)
(5)  1-1-2
Flyers
Pat Sieloff
D
Windsor (OHL)
(5)  0-0-0
Flames


Goalies:
POS
Team
GAA / Save %
NHL Rights
John Gibson
G
Kitchener (OHL)
1.42 / .904
Ducks
Jon Gillies
G
Providence (NCAA)
0.00 / 1.00
Flames
Garret Sparks
G
Guelph (OHL)
N/A
Leafs

There is much NCAA presence on the team, as only college hockey players scored against Canada in the 5-1 victory.  Hopefully, we can put up a margin like that against a Sweden team who has dominated their side of the bracket.

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GO USA!!

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