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Tag Archives: Team North America
Will the NHL find a way to fit the next Olympics into the schedule? Continue reading
One of the better production features of the World Cup of Hockey has been the use of “Ref Cam,” a camera mounted to the referee’s helmet that continuously records and relays video from the referees point of view. The video has … Continue reading
Photo: NHL Team Russia took on the young superstars of Team North America tonight in the second Preliminary game for both teams.
Evgeny Kuznetsov, who has been a bit irritated by the “young guns” this evening, just went coast-to-coast for a beauty of a goal, to stretch Team Russia’s lead to 3-1 in the middle of the second period.
Getty Images Sunday night the explosive speed and hard charging tenacity of Team North America completely dominated the veterans of Team Finland, besting them 4-1 at the final horn.
When it was announced that there would be two hybrid teams in this years World Cup of Hockey – Team Europe (or, as many have referred to it, “Team Some of Europe“), and Team North America – I was skeptical. … Continue reading
The 2016 World Cup of Hockey tournament games begin on Friday in Toronto! Continue reading
Representing the future of hockey, Team North America may be one of the most exciting teams on the ice during September’s 2016 World Cup of Hockey (WCH).