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  1. 17 May '08 21:13
    Well, I've been wrong so far, so why not?

    I'm not actually partial to either one though. But I think because Canada won yesterday, I'd prefer to see Russia win.

    It's a personal bitter kind of thing.
  2. Subscriber Very Rusty
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    17 May '08 21:36 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Jigtie
    Well, I've been wrong so far, so why not?

    I'm not actually partial to either one though. But I think because Canada won yesterday, I'd prefer to see Russia win.

    It's a personal bitter kind of thing.
    I hope Canada put up more of fight than Sweden did! Looks like Sweden just ran out of steam, after that great battle they had with Canada.

    I think that Canada vs. Russia game could go either way actually.

    Neither team has all their best National players there. I hope that will be different in 2010.
  3. 18 May '08 20:20
    Russia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We did it! QQ
  4. 18 May '08 20:23
    Originally posted by Grizlyk
    Russia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We did it! QQ


    It's party-time in Russia, eh?
  5. Subscriber Very Rusty
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    18 May '08 21:52
    Originally posted by Jigtie


    It's party-time in Russia, eh?
    Congratulations to Russians on a hard fought battle !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  6. 19 May '08 19:32
    Actualy, Im mostly a football fan, so Zenit's victory in UEFA seems to be more important for me and for the most of russians, but I like watching hockey too and especialy iternational tournaments.

    The Final match was the most interesting of all - as it always happens while playing the two strongest teams.
  7. Subscriber Very Rusty
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    20 May '08 00:44
    Originally posted by Grizlyk
    Actualy, Im mostly a football fan, so Zenit's victory in UEFA seems to be more important for me and for the most of russians, but I like watching hockey too and especialy iternational tournaments.

    The Final match was the most interesting of all - as it always happens while playing the two strongest teams.
    If this tournament was an example of what we will see in 2010, we are in for some good hockey. Russia and Canada will both have better teams at that one. Finland, Sweden, are always strong teams. U.S.A. should have a good team there also. I am probably missing a team or two.