2010 Winter Olympics: Who Should Be in Net For Canada Versus Germany?

February 22nd, 2010 by Ryan Pickard Leave a reply »
After Team Canada's lost yesterday to the USA, rumors started swirling as to who should start in net for their next game against Germany. This seems very surprising considering the level of talent Martin Brodeur possesses.

Luckily for the Canadians they have two great backups in Marc-Andre Fleury and Roberto Luongo. Given this fact, it might not be so much of a surprise to see Brodeur sitting on the bench against Germany.

This is it for Canada. If they lose, they are out of the tournament, and you can imagine how big of an embarrassment that would be especially with the Olympics being on home soil.

The question, then, is who exactly should start against Germany?


Martin Brodeur

First let's look at the guy that a lot of people are upset with right now. Brodeur played one of his worst games last night against the Americans. Brodeur gave up four goals on 22 shots, with two goals coming in the first period off just six shots.

At times he appeared lost out on the ice as he was playing very far outside of his crease. To cut him some slack, though, a couple of the American's goals were off of deflecti ...

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