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from the Chicago Tribune,
So now Wayne Gretzky and Don Waddell must know how the Blackhawks feel. While NHL teams were trying to get their European players to play more like North American grinders, the league embraced the type of game in which European players typically excel. The question now is how quickly NHL teams, as well as the Canadian and American national teams, can adapt. Friday's Olympic semifinals will offer a lesson on how far they have to go.
read on for predictions on today's games... from the Phildadelphia Inquirer,
The Russians have the most electrifying young player in the world in Alexander Ovechkin. The Finns have Antero Niittymaki, who still has not proven to Flyers coach Ken Hitchcock he should be a full-time starter, yet he might win a gold medal. The Swedes have a skill line of Peter Forsberg, Mats Sundin and Fredrik Modin. And the Czechs possess the one player most countries fear as having the ability to turn a game around single-handedly: Jaromir Jagr.
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