No, Mats Sundin hasn’t decided yet. About 10 minutes after this was posted, Sundin announced he will be going to the Canucks… more later
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Posted in 5-hole.com Pick 'em, NHL, tagged atlanta thrashers, boston bruins, carolina hurricanes, Colorado Avalanche, columbus blue jackets, craig anderson, Dallas Stars, detroit red wings, Evgeni Nabokov, florida panthers, habs, Marty Turco, mats sundin, mike smith, montreal canadiens, Nashville Predators, new york rangers, pascal leclaire, philadelphia flyers, phoenix coyotes, pittsburgh penguins, rick nash, San Jose Sharks, st. louis blues, tampa bay lightning, tomas vokoun, toronto maple leafs, vancouver canucks, washington capitals on Thursday, December 18, 2008 |
Posted in New York Rangers, tagged brandon dubinsky, bronze, Canada, czech republic, fedor tyutin, finland, gold, henrik lundqvist, iihf, ilya kovalchuk, medal, michal rozsival, new york, New York Rangers, rick nash, russia, sweden, united states, usa, world championship on Sunday, May 18, 2008 |
In thrilling comeback fashion, Russia won the gold medal at the Ice Hockey World Championship earlier today. Heading into the third period down 4-2, Russia scored twice to force the game into Overtime.
1:55 into the OT period, Rick Nash was whistled for delay of game and just 45 seconds later, Ilya Kovalchuk scored to win the game for Russia.
Fedor Tyutin had an assist in the game.
A total of four Rangers players participated in the tournament:
|Brandon Dubinsky||United States||4||3||0||3||2||1|
|Michal Rozsival||Czech Republic||4||0||0||0||0||1|
Lundqvist did not play in the bronze medal game against Finland.