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MessagePosté le: Ven 5 Oct - 02:56 (2018) Sujet du message: international game of his career. James Répondre en citant

There is something remarkably special about the two small words placed back-to-back. World Cup. It draws a wide audience from afar with eyes becoming fixed on it that would more often than not be drawn to distraction if it were called something else. That is why many sports have a World Cup rather than calling it the World Trophy or World Championships of Football, for example. Many sports across the globe have enjoyed the World Cup bump and the most popular of them is all is no different. The next phase of this starts Saturday right here in Canada when a third important word is added. World Cup draw. The draw for the Womens World Cup in Ottawa on Saturday is the start of the legacy that will be the 2015 World Cup in Canada. A legacy that can last beyond a lifetime. Of course, the draw itself is incredibly important for all 24 teams that are involved and it will create plenty of permutations once it is complete but the draw is much more magical than just that. Ticket holders across Canada and the world will watch the draw very differently than everyone else. These are the lucky ones. Having already signed up to play a part in the motion picture they now get to see which stars they will be with. Right now ticket holders in Winnipeg, for example, will be looking at their ticket purchases and anxiously wondering which teams will be slotted in Group D and, therefore, based in the city to play each of their first two group games. Likewise, for Edmonton with Group A, Ottawa in Group B, Vancouver in Group C, Montreal in Group E and Moncton in Group F. Major tournaments like the World Cup are about much more than what happens on the field. The majority of the players and staff of the countries will be visiting these cities for the first time and will get a thorough look at what makes Canada so great. Canadians across the country can play a massive part in that as well. At the 1996 European Championships in England, the Czech Republic team were based in my home city following the draw. They lived amongst us for the best part of three weeks as they went on a magical run to the final. Having interacted with the locals in around the area when training or eating out, for example, they had captured the hearts of many. The same will happen in Canada next summer. The majority of the ticket holders will never have seen most of the countries play before and wont know many of their players at the moment. Saturdays draw (live on TSN1, TSN3 and TSN4 at Noon et/9am pt) is the first step in that process. Memories will be created next summer and after the draw you will know which teams will fuel those memories. When you talk to people about their past World Cup experiences many of the stories begin on the draw date when they discovered who they would watch. For such an important event the draw can often frustrate in how it is delivered. Watching the show that is the FIFA World Cup draw is the opposite of attending a friends wedding. Often youll show your face for the important part, the ceremony when key words are exchanged, but really you cant wait for the music, speeches and party afterwards. The World Cup draw gives you all of that first but most fans just cannot wait for the draw itself to take place when the true key words are delivered. After shouting terms such as get on with it for the best part of an hour, FIFA then cruelly does exactly that and by the time the draw starts it is like watching it on fast forward with names being allocated into slots quicker than you have time to write them down. To enjoy it you are best to do a little preparation. If you have tickets or plans to attend certain games in the tournament you can see now which teams will fill those slots before the draw takes place. I had that experience as a fan at the 2006 Mens World Cup and it is a great feeling to see who you have tickets to watch. The second thing to keep an eye on is who will be grouped with Canada. Canada is the only team that has been secured a slot in the draw, placed as A1 being that they are the hosts. John Herdmans team will play their first two games of the group in Edmonton, including the first on the opening day of the tournament, Saturday June 6. They finish the group in Montreal nine days later. Being seeded means they will be one of the favourites to win the group but there will be tough teams in pot two that they will be looking to avoid. In case Canada finish second in the group keep an eye out for whoever is placed in Group C. It is one thing for Canada to be given a difficult group but if C is seen as one of the weakest this could help Herdmans side in the knockout stages. If they take that route look to see who get seeded in Group D as they would be the likely quarterfinal opponents. USA, Japan and Germany will come to Canada as the true favourites to lift the World Cup. Canadians may be hoping none of those teams are given D1 but that is the seed spot those teams will want. Unlike the Mens World Cup, with 24 teams featured, there are only six seeded teams to top groups at the draw but four are less favourable than A1 and D1 as a quarter final match awaits against a group winner in all of the other groups. The winners of Groups A and D not only play a team that finished third in the last 16 but also a group runner up in the last eight. In other words, should Canada win the group they will likely avoid bigger obstacles that will face many of their opponents and wont meet a group winner (C or E winners, should they progress) into the semifinals. 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Sheets recorded his ninth 100-yard rushing performance of the season to tie the Riders club record.MINSK, Belarus - Canadas Ben Scrivens will start against Denmark and may have an opportunity to claim the No. 1 goaltender job at the world hockey championship. The Edmonton Oilers netminder allowed one goal on 24 shots in beating Slovakia on Saturday in the first international game of his career. James Reimer of the Toronto Maple Leafs stopped 57 of the 62 shots he faced in his two games: a shootout loss to France and a victory over the Czech Republic. Coach Dave Tippett said he didnt know if those goaltenders split the next two games, given that Canada plays back-to-back against Denmark and then Italy on Friday. "They each got two, well revisit tomorrow night," Tippett said after Wednesdays practice at Chizhovka-Arena. Justin Peters of the Carolina Hurricanes is the third goaltender on the roster. Tippett hasnt revealed if the veteran would get a start in Minsk. Despite two days off since holding on to beat the Czechs on Monday, Tippett was insistent his team get two practices in before getting back into game action. He was satisfied with what got accomplished as far as teaching and learning. "We got some good work in, just a little bit of tactical stuff, a little bit of special-teams stuff," Tippett said. "Its a good couple days, and now we jump into back-to-back games." After three games, Canada is in second place in Group A with seven points. Sweden, which is undefeated but needed a shootout to beat the Czech Republic, is in first with eight points. On paper, Denmark and Italy arent the biggest challenges for Canada, but an opening loss to France showed players nothing is guaranteed at this tournament. Tippett said those teams like to keep it tight and are hard to play against. But with a roster of all NHL players, the next couple results likely hinge more on how Canada plays. Its Tippetts hope that his team is better than it was in the third period against the Czech Republic, when it almost let a three-goal lead slip away. "We got to do a much better job with the puck and holding the puck," he said. "We had so many turnovers, even in the offensive zone. We didnt give ourselves a chance to play in the offensive zone. I thought,, actually, our defending was decent — we just defended too much.ddddddddddddquot; With that in mind, Vancouver Canucks defenceman Jason Garrison pointed to offensive-zone play as an area of focus the past two days. What made Canadas Sochi Olympic team so good defensively was being on the attack so often, and its a recipe this group would like to replicate. "I think its just learning how to play that style (on the big ice)," Garrison said. "Theres a couple different things that were being taught out here, and its helping out. Its helping the forwards kind of gain possession and keep possession in the offensive zone and then it leads to scoring chances instead of just one (shot) and out." The Canadians were outshot 34-20 by the Czech Republic and could thank Reimer for keeping them in the game early and saving them late. Two power-play goals thanks to a five-minute major on Czech forward Jan Kovar for slashing Canadian captain Kevin Bieksa helped, but after also giving up another goal on the penalty kill, special teams is an area of emphasis, as well. "We scored a couple power-play goals, but we obviously couldve capitalized a lot more," Nashville Predators defenceman Ryan Ellis said. "I think that and the PK are going to be big parts of our game moving forward, and our penalty kill I think weve let a goal in every game, so I think thats something were going to have to kind of shore up here and really bear down. Obviously staying out of the box is a big part of that, but when we do get down, just killing them off." Canada has a tournament-worst 60 per cent success rate on the penalty kill and is just 3 for 16 on the power play. Players also worked on the shootout at the end of Wednesdays practice. Kyle Turris, Sean Monahan and Matt Read — the three best percentage shooters on the team based on this past regular season — went 0-for-3 against Frances Cristobal Huet last week. NOTES — Denmark features four NHL players in defenceman Philip Larsen of the Oilers, forwards Jannik Hansen and Nicklas Jensen of the Canucks and winger Mikkel Boedker of the Phoenix Coyotes. Cheap Red Sox Jerseys Cheap Orioles Jerseys Cheap Mets Jerseys Cheap Phillies Jerseys Cheap Nationals Jerseys Cheap Cubs Jerseys Cheap Reds Jerseys Cheap Brewers Jerseys Cheap Pirates Jerseys Cheap Cardinals Jerseys Cheap Diamondbacks Jerseys Cheap Rockies Jerseys Cheap Dodgers Jerseys Cheap Padres Jerseys Cheap Giants Jerseys ' ' '

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