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SO HAPPY 4 U. (if say it in German but I haven’t done any German in a week and I forget.)
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when josh gorges came out we saw gallagher hiding in the backseat HE LITERALLY HAD HIS HEAD DOWN
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GUYS TODAY WAS THE BEST DAY FUCK YESYSSYUEFHIU WE WON WE WE WON
Ten facts about Canada's team at the 2014 World Championships:
- The eleven forwards selected scored a combined 207 goals in 812 games this season.
- The eleven forwards have a combined 454 points in 812 games this season.
- The seven defensemen scored a combined 37 goals in 512 games this season.
- They combined for a +/- of -50 this season (remember, these players are from teams that didn’t make the playoffs, so the +/- is likely to be poor from those already named to the team).
- The team has 11 first round draft picks, 1 fourth rounder, 2 fifth rounders, 1 sixth rounder, 1 seventh rounder and 4 undrafted players.
- Ten players have represented Canada at the World Junior Championships.
- One player was invited to Team Canada’s Olympic team orientation camp (Marc Methot).
- Four provinces are represented (Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta), with Ontario unsurprisingly leading the pack with nine players.
- Washington, Vancouver and Toronto have the most players headed over with three apiece.
- The highest draft picks on the team are Erik Gudbranson, Kyle Turris and Jonathan Huberdeau, who were all chosen 3rd overall.
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