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#1 Andy Pred 48

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 06:40 PM

I'm not sure if any of you watched many games or if you only watched the USA or Canada games. But as i am off work at present with the same injury as Z, i got to watch almost every game. What I did see was every nation play at least twice and I got a good look at some players that we wouldn't see normally. A few players did make an impression on me. Although there were some highly skilled players many of them would be considered to be undersize to stake a claim for an NHL roster spot. To see if any of our opinions on these olympic players match or differ drastically i'd like to enter the scenario that a new NHL franchise has been given the go ahead and the new team can pick 2 players from each of the 12 olympic roster's that took part in Sochi. The roster will consist of 3 NM, 8 D and 13 FWD's of which 4 must be center's. 

 

So here go's 

The 2014 Seattle Olympians.

 

NM Reto Berra Switzerland

NM Edgars Masalskis Latvia

NM Carey Price Canada

 

John Carlson USA                D Zdeno Chára Slovakia

Erik Karlsson Sweden          D Sabahudin Kovacevic Slovenia

Olli Määttä Finland                D Drew Doughty Canada.

Matthias Trattnig  Austria      D Marek Zidlicky Czech

 

Phil Kessel USA  C Anze Kopitar Slovenia  F Lauris Darzins Latvia

Alexander Radulov Russia C Tomas Plekanec Czech F Michael Grabner Austria

Jussi Jokinen Finland  C  Patrick Thoresen Norway  F  Daniel Sedin Sweden

Marián Hossa Slovakia C  Pavel Datsyuk  Russia  F Per-Åge Skrøder Norway

Simon Moser Switzerland.

 

Some big name's missing, but these are players that impressed me during the games and would hold 

their own in the NHL. 

 


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Posted 24 February 2014 - 06:46 PM

Good idea.

 

Will fill mine out later.


Edited by darkmanx, 24 February 2014 - 06:48 PM.


#3 Euro_Twins

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 06:50 PM

I'm not sure if any of you watched many games or if you only watched the USA or Canada games. But as i am off work at present with the same injury as Z, i got to watch almost every game. What I did see was every nation play at least twice and I got a good look at some players that we wouldn't see normally. A few players did make an impression on me. Although there were some highly skilled players many of them would be considered to be undersize to stake a claim for an NHL roster spot. To see if any of our opinions on these olympic players match or differ drastically i'd like to enter the scenario that a new NHL franchise has been given the go ahead and the new team can pick 2 players from each of the 12 olympic roster's that took part in Sochi. The roster will consist of 3 NM, 8 D and 13 FWD's of which 4 must be center's. 
 
So here go's 
The 2014 Seattle Olympians.
 
NM Reto Berra Switzerland
NM Edgars Masalskis Latvia
NM Carey Price Canada
 
John Carlson USA                D Zdeno Chára Slovakia
Erik Karlsson Sweden          D Sabahudin Kovacevic Slovenia
Olli Määttä Finland                D Drew Doughty Canada.
Matthias Trattnig  Austria      D Marek Zidlicky Czech
 
Phil Kessel USA  C Anze Kopitar Slovenia  F Lauris Darzins Latvia
Alexander Radulov Russia C Tomas Plekanec Czech F Michael Grabner Austria
Jussi Jokinen Finland  C  Patrick Thoresen Norway  F  Daniel Sedin Sweden
Marián Hossa Slovakia C  Pavel Datsyuk  Russia  F Per-Åge Skrøder Norway
Simon Moser Switzerland.
 
Some big name's missing, but these are players that impressed me during the games and would hold 
their own in the NHL. 
 


Of course they would. Most are nhl players. I thought you were talking about non nhl players in the olympics

#4 nawein

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 07:25 PM

I can't figure out how to post the roster from capgeek on my phone but that roster is roughly 20 mil over the cap..






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