It’s Roberto Luongo’s Time To Shine for Team Canada

February 23rd, 2010 by Nucks IceMan Leave a reply »

Well, maybe it wasn’t so much of a shine as a warm glow.

Germany was not supposed to supply much in the way of an opposition, having one of the lowest scoring teams in this event, and they didn’t disappoint.

Roberto Luongo didn’t see a shot on goal for the first 10 minutes of the game and saw only 23 in total.

He allowed two goals, one in the final minute of the game in which he stopped the first shot, while the other was scored on the rebound on a two on zero rush.

At the other end, it was same old, same old. Canada dominated the shot clock as was expected and has been the norm to date in this tournament. Poor Germany was used as fodder for the Canadian shooters, who were out to fill the net, and that they did with eight goals and a couple of goalposts.

This was a tune-up game for the real challenge in which Canada ...

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