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2011 Winter Classic
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Tinstman and Pittsburgh Steelers great Jerome Bettis (R) drop the ceremonial first puck as captains Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals and Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins. 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(REUTERS/Jason Cohn) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609026 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc14.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [16] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc15.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc15.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc15.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc15.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby skates with the puck during practice for the NHL Winter Classic against the Washington Capitals at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Friday, Dec. 31, 2010. (REUTERS/Jason Cohn) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609031 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc15.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [17] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc2.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc2.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc2.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc2.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Workers check out the ice at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Dec. 26, 2010, where the Penguins will host the Washington Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on January 1, 2011. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609036 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc2.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [18] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc1.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc1.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc1.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc1.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Workers check out the ice at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Dec. 26, 2010, where the Penguins will host the Washington Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on January 1, 2011. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609041 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc1.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [19] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc3.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc3.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc3.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc3.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => A view of the Heinz Field is seen in Pittsburgh on Dec. 27, 2010. The Penguins will host the Washington Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on Saturday. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609046 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc3.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [20] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc4.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc4.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc4.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc4.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Workers help groom the ice at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Dec. 27, 2010. The Penguins will host the Washington Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on Saturday. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609051 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc4.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [21] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc5.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc5.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc5.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc5.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Workers prepare the ice at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Dec. 27, 2010. The Penguins will host the Washington Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on Saturday. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609056 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc5.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [22] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 592 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc6.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc6.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc6.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc6.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 592 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Workers prepare the ice at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Dec. 27, 2010. The Penguins will host the Washington Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on Saturday. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609061 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc6.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [23] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 381 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc7.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc7.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc7.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc7.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 381 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Heinz Field employees hoist the Washington Capitals flag on the upper deck at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Dec. 27, 2010. The Penguins will host the Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on Saturday. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609066 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc7.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [24] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc8.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc8.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc8.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc8.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Heinz Field employee Neil Hodges hoists the Pittsburgh Penguins flag on the upper deck at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Dec. 27, 2010. The Penguins will host the Washington Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on Saturday. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609071 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc8.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [25] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc9.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc9.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc9.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc9.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Workers prepare the ice at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Dec. 27, 2010. The Penguins will host the Washington Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on Saturday. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609076 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc9.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [26] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 481 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc10.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc10.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc10.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/donut.thumb.wc10.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 481 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Workers set out seat cushions at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Dec. 27, 2010. The Penguins will host the Washington Capitals in the 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on Saturday. (REUTERS/David DeNoma) [resize] => [image_id] => 30609081 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/23/wc10.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) ) ) [useImage] => 0 ) [related_story] => ) World Junior- Longest serving players
Array ( [id] => 15870431 [section] => /Slam/Microgalleries [date_publication] => 2010-12-26 00:01:00 [headline] => World Junior- Longest serving players [link] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/15870431.html [subheadline] => [topic] => /Slam/Microgalleries [first_created] => 20101028 [static_filename] => [introduction] => [slugline] => [has_ext_url] => 0 [has_image] => 1 [status] => live [generic_1] => [generic_2] => [generic_3] => [generic_4] => [generic_5] => [generic_6] => [generic_7] => [generic_8] => [generic_9] => [generic_10] => [has_group] => [content_type] => 2 [date] => December 26, 2010 [url] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/15870431.html [topic_title] => Microgalleries [image] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/longest.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.longest.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/longest.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.longest.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 400 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => The World Junior Championships have been a part of the Christmas season for Canadian fans for several decades now, and over that time we've seen players like Wayne Gretzky, Eric Lindros and Sidney Crosby don the red and white jersey for the team. This gallery will take a look at the longest serving of the bunch with the only six players to have played with three consecutive Canadian junior teams. (Mike Drew/QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416391 ) [1] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1TKidd.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1TKidd.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1TKidd.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1TKidd.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 408 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Trevor Kidd's three years on the World Junior Championship team reaped two gold medals for the goalie. However his third junior tournament represented a dark day for Canadian hockey as the team finished sixth in the overall standings. (Patrick Price/REUTERS) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416396 ) [2] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2TKidd.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2TKidd.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2TKidd.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2TKidd.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 446 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Kidd's NHL career was also filled with up's and down's for the goaltender who played for four teams' over 12-years in the league. Following his last season in the NHL Kidd had accumulated a 140-163-52 record with 19 shutouts before playing two seasons in Europe. (REUTERS/Charles W. Luzier) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416401 ) [3] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1ELindros.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1ELindros.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1ELindros.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1ELindros.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 500 [height] => 305 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => While playing on three World Junior Championship teams between 1990 and 1992, Eric Lindros (far right) racked up 31 points in 21 games, including a stunning 17 points through seven games during the 1991 tournament. [resize] => [image_id] => 30416406 ) [4] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2ELindros.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2ELindros.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2ELindros.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2ELindros.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 365 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Eric Lindros' world junior performances, coupled with his OHL numbers, had the NHL teams salivating when he was drafted in first overall in 1991 by the Quebec Nordiques. Unfortunately Lindros, it was soon revealed, was injury prone. But between a string of concussions the power-forward accumulated 865 points through 760 NHL games as well as an impressive 1,398 penalty minutes. (Dave Abel/QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416411 ) [5] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1MLapointe.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1MLapointe.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1MLapointe.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1MLapointe.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 270 [height] => 350 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Martin Lapointe's three years with the world junior team puts him among a small group of Canadian hockey players. Through 21 games with the team, Lapointe earned 17 points and 18 penalty minutes and won gold medals in 1991 and 1993. [resize] => [image_id] => 30416416 ) [6] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2MLapointe.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2MLapointe.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2MLapointe.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2MLapointe.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 500 [height] => 339 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => The highlight of Martin Lapoint's career, other than his two junior gold medals, would likely be one of his two Stanley Cup championships with the Detroit Red Wings, or the fact that the winger was credited with the Cup-winning goal during the penultimate game of the 1996-97 finals. (Dave Abel/SUN MEDIA) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416421 ) [7] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JBotterill.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JBotterill.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JBotterill.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JBotterill.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 206 [height] => 370 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Unfortunately for Jason Botterill, the defining moment of his hockey career is likely that he is the only Canadian player to win three World Junior Championship gold medals. Botterill played on three teams between 1994-1996, during Canada's run of five straight golds, accumulating nine points through 20 games. (Perry Mah/SUN MEDIA) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416426 ) [8] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JBoterrill.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2JBoterrill.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JBoterrill.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2JBoterrill.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 453 [height] => 370 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Jason Botterill's NHL career amounts to exactly 88 games, 14 points and an overall minus-16 rating. Botterill played over 390 AHL games, won the Calder Cup in 2001 with the St. John Flames and now works as part of the Pittsburgh Penguins administration. (SUN MEDIA) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416431 ) [9] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JBouwmeester.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JBouwmeester.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JBouwmeester.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JBouwmeester.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 415 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => In 2000 Jay Bouwmeester became the youngest player to ever play for Team Canada at the World Junior Championships while the defenceman was only 16-years of age. After a earning a bronze in both 2000 and 2001 with the team, Bouwmeester finally got his gold medal chance in 2003 when it came down to a Russia/Canada final which the Canadians lost after blowing a 3-1 lead in the third period. (REUTERS/Petr David Josek) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416436 ) [10] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JBouwmeester.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2JBouwmeester.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JBouwmeester.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2JBouwmeester.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 562 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => After being drafted third overall in 2002 by the Florida Panthers Jay Bouwmeester has gone on to be one of the teams' few bright lights. So far in 421 games the defenceman has 172 points and only 297 penalty minutes. And at only 25-years of age, fans are expecting plenty more. (Ric Tapia/QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416441 ) [11] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JSpezza.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JSpezza.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JSpezza.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JSpezza.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 431 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Jason Spezza's three-year stint with the Canadian World Junior team started in 2000 and spanned until 2002, the same as Jay Bouwmeester, where the forward won two bronze and a silver medal while netting 12 points in 21 games with the team. (QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416446 ) [12] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JSpezza.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2JSpezza.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JSpezza.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2JSpezza.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 293 [height] => 370 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => It's still early in Jason Spezza's career, but so far the forward, who was drafted 2nd overall in 2001 by the Ottawa Senators has so far been more than a point-per-game player with 368 points through 353 regular seasons games in Ottawa, and has 39 points in 40 playoff games with the club. 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This gallery will take a look at the longest serving of the bunch with the only six players to have played with three consecutive Canadian junior teams. 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However his third junior tournament represented a dark day for Canadian hockey as the team finished sixth in the overall standings. 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Following his last season in the NHL Kidd had accumulated a 140-163-52 record with 19 shutouts before playing two seasons in Europe. (REUTERS/Charles W. Luzier) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416401 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2TKidd.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [3] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 305 [lgWidth] => 500 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1ELindros.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1ELindros.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1ELindros.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1ELindros.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 500 [height] => 305 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => While playing on three World Junior Championship teams between 1990 and 1992, Eric Lindros (far right) racked up 31 points in 21 games, including a stunning 17 points through seven games during the 1991 tournament. [resize] => [image_id] => 30416406 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1ELindros.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [4] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 450 [lgWidth] => 365 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2ELindros.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2ELindros.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2ELindros.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2ELindros.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 365 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Eric Lindros' world junior performances, coupled with his OHL numbers, had the NHL teams salivating when he was drafted in first overall in 1991 by the Quebec Nordiques. Unfortunately Lindros, it was soon revealed, was injury prone. But between a string of concussions the power-forward accumulated 865 points through 760 NHL games as well as an impressive 1,398 penalty minutes. 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Through 21 games with the team, Lapointe earned 17 points and 18 penalty minutes and won gold medals in 1991 and 1993. 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Botterill played on three teams between 1994-1996, during Canada's run of five straight golds, accumulating nine points through 20 games. 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Botterill played over 390 AHL games, won the Calder Cup in 2001 with the St. John Flames and now works as part of the Pittsburgh Penguins administration. (SUN MEDIA) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416431 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JBoterrill.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [9] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 415 [lgWidth] => 600 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JBouwmeester.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JBouwmeester.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JBouwmeester.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JBouwmeester.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 415 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => In 2000 Jay Bouwmeester became the youngest player to ever play for Team Canada at the World Junior Championships while the defenceman was only 16-years of age. After a earning a bronze in both 2000 and 2001 with the team, Bouwmeester finally got his gold medal chance in 2003 when it came down to a Russia/Canada final which the Canadians lost after blowing a 3-1 lead in the third period. 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So far in 421 games the defenceman has 172 points and only 297 penalty minutes. And at only 25-years of age, fans are expecting plenty more. 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(QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416446 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JSpezza.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [12] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 370 [lgWidth] => 293 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JSpezza.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2JSpezza.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JSpezza.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2JSpezza.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 293 [height] => 370 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => It's still early in Jason Spezza's career, but so far the forward, who was drafted 2nd overall in 2001 by the Ottawa Senators has so far been more than a point-per-game player with 368 points through 353 regular seasons games in Ottawa, and has 39 points in 40 playoff games with the club. [resize] => [image_id] => 30416451 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JSpezza.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) ) [options] => Array ( [images] => Array ( [0] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 400 [lgWidth] => 600 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/longest.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.longest.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/longest.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.longest.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 400 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => The World Junior Championships have been a part of the Christmas season for Canadian fans for several decades now, and over that time we've seen players like Wayne Gretzky, Eric Lindros and Sidney Crosby don the red and white jersey for the team. This gallery will take a look at the longest serving of the bunch with the only six players to have played with three consecutive Canadian junior teams. 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However his third junior tournament represented a dark day for Canadian hockey as the team finished sixth in the overall standings. (Patrick Price/REUTERS) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416396 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1TKidd.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [2] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 446 [lgWidth] => 600 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2TKidd.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2TKidd.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2TKidd.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2TKidd.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 446 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Kidd's NHL career was also filled with up's and down's for the goaltender who played for four teams' over 12-years in the league. Following his last season in the NHL Kidd had accumulated a 140-163-52 record with 19 shutouts before playing two seasons in Europe. (REUTERS/Charles W. Luzier) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416401 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2TKidd.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [3] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 305 [lgWidth] => 500 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1ELindros.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1ELindros.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1ELindros.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1ELindros.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 500 [height] => 305 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => While playing on three World Junior Championship teams between 1990 and 1992, Eric Lindros (far right) racked up 31 points in 21 games, including a stunning 17 points through seven games during the 1991 tournament. [resize] => [image_id] => 30416406 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1ELindros.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [4] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 450 [lgWidth] => 365 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2ELindros.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2ELindros.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2ELindros.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2ELindros.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 365 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Eric Lindros' world junior performances, coupled with his OHL numbers, had the NHL teams salivating when he was drafted in first overall in 1991 by the Quebec Nordiques. Unfortunately Lindros, it was soon revealed, was injury prone. But between a string of concussions the power-forward accumulated 865 points through 760 NHL games as well as an impressive 1,398 penalty minutes. 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Through 21 games with the team, Lapointe earned 17 points and 18 penalty minutes and won gold medals in 1991 and 1993. 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Botterill played on three teams between 1994-1996, during Canada's run of five straight golds, accumulating nine points through 20 games. 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Botterill played over 390 AHL games, won the Calder Cup in 2001 with the St. John Flames and now works as part of the Pittsburgh Penguins administration. (SUN MEDIA) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416431 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2JBoterrill.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [9] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 415 [lgWidth] => 600 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JBouwmeester.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JBouwmeester.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1JBouwmeester.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1JBouwmeester.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 415 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => In 2000 Jay Bouwmeester became the youngest player to ever play for Team Canada at the World Junior Championships while the defenceman was only 16-years of age. After a earning a bronze in both 2000 and 2001 with the team, Bouwmeester finally got his gold medal chance in 2003 when it came down to a Russia/Canada final which the Canadians lost after blowing a 3-1 lead in the third period. 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So far in 421 games the defenceman has 172 points and only 297 penalty minutes. And at only 25-years of age, fans are expecting plenty more. 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Array ( [id] => 16090981 [section] => /Slam/Microgalleries [date_publication] => 2010-12-26 00:01:00 [headline] => Winningest World Junior countries [link] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/16090981.html [subheadline] => [topic] => /Slam/Microgalleries [first_created] => 20101111 [static_filename] => [introduction] => [slugline] => [has_ext_url] => 0 [has_image] => 1 [status] => live [generic_1] => [generic_2] => [generic_3] => [generic_4] => [generic_5] => [generic_6] => [generic_7] => [generic_8] => [generic_9] => [generic_10] => [has_group] => [content_type] => 2 [date] => December 26, 2010 [url] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/16090981.html [topic_title] => Microgalleries [image] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/Switzerland.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/donut.thumb.Switzerland.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/Switzerland.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/donut.thumb.Switzerland.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 320 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Tied 10. - Until recently Switzerland was never considered among the hockey elite. However several shocking upsets of world super powers, including Canada, have given the country credibility in international circles. On the Junior stage the country has only one medal, a bronze medal earned in Helsinki in 1998 by beating Sweden, but have no golds in their trophy case. (REUTERS/Shaun Best) [resize] => [image_id] => 29572871 ) [1] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/Slovakia.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/donut.thumb.Slovakia.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/Slovakia.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/donut.thumb.Slovakia.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 285 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Tied 10. - Like the Swiss, the Slovakians have only recently started to make waves on the big stage, including the Juniors. Since having split with the Czech's, Slovakia has earned a single medal- a bronze in 1999 that they earned by edging Sweden, but no golds as of yet. (REUTERS/Shaun Best) [resize] => [image_id] => 29572876 ) [2] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/Czechoslovakia.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/donut.thumb.Czechoslovakia.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/Czechoslovakia.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/donut.thumb.Czechoslovakia.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 302 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Tied 9. - Prior to the split in 1993 Czechoslovakia performed rather well at the World Juniors. In fact the country (now two countries: Czech Republic and Slovakia) has 11 total medals (5 silver, 6 bronze). However they will forever remain gold-less. 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(REUTERS/Shaun Best) [resize] => [image_id] => 29572906 ) [8] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/CCCP.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/donut.thumb.CCCP.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/CCCP.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/donut.thumb.CCCP.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 526 [height] => 340 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Tied 2. - While the Soviet Union, like Russia, has 14 total medals, they have three times as many championships with 9 gold medals to their name. All the medals, 3 silver and 2 bronze included, were won prior to 1993, with their last gold having been earned in their last season of eligibility- 1992. 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However several shocking upsets of world super powers, including Canada, have given the country credibility in international circles. On the Junior stage the country has only one medal, a bronze medal earned in Helsinki in 1998 by beating Sweden, but have no golds in their trophy case. 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Since having split with the Czech's, Slovakia has earned a single medal- a bronze in 1999 that they earned by edging Sweden, but no golds as of yet. 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In fact the country (now two countries: Czech Republic and Slovakia) has 11 total medals (5 silver, 6 bronze). However they will forever remain gold-less. 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However their 14 total medals only include a single gold which they won all the way back in 1981. Since their inaugural gold, the team has won 8 silver and 5 bronze medals - and have medalled in the past three tournaments. 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They are currently the defending champions, having won their second gold at the 2010 tournament. 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They have, however, had more luck earning silvers and bronzes than both the USA and Czech Republic with 4 silver and 6 bronze medals. 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First up is Russia who, despite being a hockey powerhouse, has only managed to earn 3 gold medals since 1993 - their last being back-to-back wins in 2002-03. Their total tally, however, is 14 which includes 6 silver and 5 bronze. 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All the medals, 3 silver and 2 bronze included, were won prior to 1993, with their last gold having been earned in their last season of eligibility- 1992. 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Their total medal count amounts to 26 medals (two fewer than the accumulated 28 that Russia/Soviet Union have) which includes 7 silver and 4 bronze. 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However several shocking upsets of world super powers, including Canada, have given the country credibility in international circles. On the Junior stage the country has only one medal, a bronze medal earned in Helsinki in 1998 by beating Sweden, but have no golds in their trophy case. 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Since having split with the Czech's, Slovakia has earned a single medal- a bronze in 1999 that they earned by edging Sweden, but no golds as of yet. 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In fact the country (now two countries: Czech Republic and Slovakia) has 11 total medals (5 silver, 6 bronze). However they will forever remain gold-less. 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However their 14 total medals only include a single gold which they won all the way back in 1981. Since their inaugural gold, the team has won 8 silver and 5 bronze medals - and have medalled in the past three tournaments. 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They are currently the defending champions, having won their second gold at the 2010 tournament. 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They have, however, had more luck earning silvers and bronzes than both the USA and Czech Republic with 4 silver and 6 bronze medals. 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First up is Russia who, despite being a hockey powerhouse, has only managed to earn 3 gold medals since 1993 - their last being back-to-back wins in 2002-03. Their total tally, however, is 14 which includes 6 silver and 5 bronze. 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All the medals, 3 silver and 2 bronze included, were won prior to 1993, with their last gold having been earned in their last season of eligibility- 1992. 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Their total medal count amounts to 26 medals (two fewer than the accumulated 28 that Russia/Soviet Union have) which includes 7 silver and 4 bronze. (REUTERS/David Stobbe) [resize] => [image_id] => 29572916 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/11/Canada.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) ) ) [useImage] => 0 ) [related_story] => ) Canada's World Junior roster
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Going into the 2009 NHL draft he was ranked second amongst North American goalies and was picked in the fifth round by the Edmonton Oilers. (QMJHL) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517881 ) [2] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CdeHaan.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CdeHaan.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CdeHaan.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CdeHaan.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 376 [height] => 440 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => A first round pick, 12th overall, of the New York Islanders in the 2009 NHL entry draft, Calvin de Haan will bring scoring to Canada's blueline. The Carp, Ont., native won silver with Canada at the 2010 World Junior tournament and earned six points in six games with the team, despite missing two games following an injury. 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(REUTERS/Mike Blake) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517891 ) [4] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/REllis.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.REllis.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/REllis.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.REllis.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 317 [height] => 440 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => One of only three returning players from Canada's silver medal team last year is diminutive defenceman Ryan Ellis. At only 5'10" the Hamilton, Ont., native isn't known for his physicality, but instead for his hockey smarts and scoring touch. A first round pick of the Nashville Predators in the 2009 Entry Draft, Ellis holds the World Junior record for most points scored by a defenceman in the tournament. (REUTERS/Shaun Best) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517896 ) [5] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/JCowen.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.JCowen.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/JCowen.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.JCowen.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 320 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => One of the elders for Canada this year is returning blueliner Jared Cowen. Part of the team that lost in the gold medal game against the United States a year ago, the 6'5" Cowen is expected to bear the brunt of the defensive load for Canada this time around - and is likely looking forward to a rematch against the U.S. Drafted ninth overall by the Ottawa Senators in 2009, Cowen currently plays for the WHL's Spokane Chiefs. (REUTERS/Mike Carlson) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517901 ) [6] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/SDespres.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.SDespres.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/SDespres.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.SDespres.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 306 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Highly touted as the best QMJHL defenseman available going into the 2009 NHL entry draft, the Saint John Sea Dogs' Simon Després is playing in his first World Junior Championships. Després would wind up being drafted 30th overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins. (REUTERS/Christinne Muschi) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517906 ) [7] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/EGudbranson.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.EGudbranson.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/EGudbranson.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.EGudbranson.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 304 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Erik Gudbranson has been one of the most highly anticipated blueliners going into the 2011 World Junior's. The Orleans, Ontario native was the third overall pick at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft when the Florida Panthers snapped him up. For many Canadians this will be their first look at the defenseman who is expected to be a part of Canada's national team for a while to come. (REUTERS/Mike Blake) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517911 ) [8] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/ZKassian.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.ZKassian.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/ZKassian.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.ZKassian.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 563 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Not a stranger to the limelight, forward Zack Kassian is hoping to make a positive impression on Canadians this time around. The Lasalle, Ontario native made headlines in January, 2010 when he was suspended 20-games by the OHL for a hit that left Matt Kennedy bleeding and dazed. Drafted 13th overall by the Buffalo Sabres, Kassian currently plays for the Windsor Spitfires. (QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517916 ) [9] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/BConnolly.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.BConnolly.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/BConnolly.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.BConnolly.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 345 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Described by Central Scouting as 'a natural leader with good on-ice awareness' forward Brett Connolly will be playing in his first World Junior tournament. The 2008-09 CHL rookie of the year is currently playing for the WHL'S prince George Cougars and was drafted sixth overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2010. (REUTERS/Mike Blake) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517921 ) [10] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/RJohansen.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.RJohansen.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/RJohansen.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.RJohansen.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 372 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Vancouver, B.C. native Ryan Johansen rapidly climbed Central Scouting's charts prior to the 2010 NHL Draft before being, surprisingly, claimed fourth overall by the Columbus Blue Jackets. Johansen, a forward with the WHL's Portland Winterhawks, is described as being a skilled playmaker. (REUTERS/Mike Blake) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517926 ) [11] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/LLeblanc.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.LLeblanc.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/LLeblanc.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.LLeblanc.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 297 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Currently playing for the QMJHL's Montreal Junior Hockey Club, Louis Leblanc is one of few Canadian players who already has an NHL contract. In July, 2010 Leblanc signed a three-year deal with the Montreal Canadiens, who drafted the forward 18th overall in 2009. (REUTERS/Shaun Best) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517931 ) [12] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CAshton.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CAshton.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CAshton.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CAshton.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 298 [height] => 448 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Winnipeg's Carter Ashton enters this tournament as one of the few Canadian players with professional experience. After having been selected 29th overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2009, Ashton would wind up playing 11 games with their AHL affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals, in 2010. He was traded to the Tri-City Americans at the beginning of December. [resize] => [image_id] => 30517936 ) [13] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CEakin.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CEakin.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CEakin.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CEakin.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 360 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Another Winnipegger on the Canadian team is forward Cody Eakin. Eakin, who had previously attended the 2010 Junior selection camp, but not made the cut, was drafted 85th overall by the NHL's Washington Capitals in 2009. (WHL.ca) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517941 ) [14] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/MFoligno.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.MFoligno.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/MFoligno.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.MFoligno.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 304 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Captain of the OHL's Sudbury Wolves forward Marcus Foligno will be participating in his first international tournament for Canada. The Sudbury native the third round selection, 104th overall, of the Buffalo Sabres in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. (Gino Donato/QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517946 ) [15] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/BSchenn.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.BSchenn.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/BSchenn.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.BSchenn.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 469 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Another returning player from last years' team is forward Brayden Schenn. Schenn, whose older brother Luke currently plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs, was named an alternate captain of this Junior squad and is touted as one of the best players on the team. He was drafted fifth overall by the Los Angeles Kings at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. (Liam Richards/QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517951 ) [16] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/DOlsen.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.DOlsen.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/DOlsen.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.DOlsen.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 270 [height] => 600 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => A native of Salt Lake City, Utah defenseman Dylan Olsen has already represented Canada on the international stage prior to this tournament. Drafted 28th overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in 2009, Olsen currently plays for the University of Minnesota Duluth. (QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517956 ) [17] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CCizikas.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CCizikas.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CCizikas.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CCizikas.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 533 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Toronto's Casey Cizikas, pictured above with Canadian goalie Mark Visentin, currently plays for the OHL's Mississauga St. Michael's Majors. Drafted 92nd overall by the New York Islanders in 2009. (REUTERS/Mike Cassese) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517961 ) [18] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/SCouturier.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.SCouturier.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/SCouturier.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.SCouturier.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 551 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Another American-born players for Canada is centre Sean Couturier who was born in Phoenix, Arizona while his father was playing for the IHL's Phoenix Roadrunners. A forward with the QMJHL's Drummondville Voltiguers, Couturier won the Jean Béliveau Trophy as the the QMJHL's top scorer. (REUTERS/Mike Cassese) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517966 ) [19] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/JSchwartz.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.JSchwartz.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/JSchwartz.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.JSchwartz.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 320 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Currently playing NCAA Division I college hockey at Colorado College forward Jaden Schwartz was selected 14th overall by the St. Louis Blues in 2010. In 2009-10 Schwartz won the USHL scoring title with the Tri-City Storm by putting up 83 points in 60 games. (Alex Urosevic/QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517971 ) [20] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/QHowden.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.QHowden.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/QHowden.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.QHowden.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 450 [height] => 340 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Following an accident as a child where he was forced to wear a near-full-body cast, his doctors doubted that Quinton Howden would be able to become an athlete - but the Oakbank, Manitoba native has gone on to prove them wrong. The first overall choice of the WHL's Moose Jaw Warriors went on to become the 25th overall selection of the NHL's Florida Panthers in 2010. (REUTERS/Mike Blake) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517976 ) [21] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CHamilton.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CHamilton.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/CHamilton.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.CHamilton.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 294 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Born in Tacoma, Washington Curtis Hamilton rounds out the American-born trio on team Canada this year. A forward with the WHL's Saskatoon Blades, Hamilton was selected48th overall by the Edmonton Oilers in 2010 despite a 2009-10 season shortened by injury. (David Bloom/QMI AGENCY) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517981 ) [22] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/TBArrie.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.TBArrie.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/TBArrie.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/donut.thumb.TBArrie.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 550 [height] => 321 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => 19-year old blueliner Tyson Barrie comes to the World Juniors with a long list of accomplishments in the CHL and WHL. Named to the 2008 CHL All-Rookie team, the 2010 WHL First All-Star Team and the 2010 WHL Defenceman of the Year honours he's hardly out of his element in the spotlight. Despite his diminutive 5'10" stature he was selected 64th overall by the Colorado Avalanche in 2009. 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Cameron, who played three seasons in the NHL with the Colorado Rockies and New Jersey Devils in the 1980's, is making his world junior coaching debut in Buffalo. 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The 19-year old Quebec native burst onto the QMJHL scene in 2007 when he was named the leagues top rookie. Going into the 2009 NHL draft he was ranked second amongst North American goalies and was picked in the fifth round by the Edmonton Oilers. 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The Carp, Ont., native won silver with Canada at the 2010 World Junior tournament and earned six points in six games with the team, despite missing two games following an injury. De Haan is currently captaining the OHL's Oshawa Generals. 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The 18-year old Waterdown, Ontario native currently starts for the Niagara Ice Dogs and was drafted 27th overall by the Phoenix Coyotes in the 2010 NHL draft. 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At only 5'10" the Hamilton, Ont., native isn't known for his physicality, but instead for his hockey smarts and scoring touch. A first round pick of the Nashville Predators in the 2009 Entry Draft, Ellis holds the World Junior record for most points scored by a defenceman in the tournament. 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Part of the team that lost in the gold medal game against the United States a year ago, the 6'5" Cowen is expected to bear the brunt of the defensive load for Canada this time around - and is likely looking forward to a rematch against the U.S. Drafted ninth overall by the Ottawa Senators in 2009, Cowen currently plays for the WHL's Spokane Chiefs. 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Després would wind up being drafted 30th overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins. 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The Orleans, Ontario native was the third overall pick at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft when the Florida Panthers snapped him up. For many Canadians this will be their first look at the defenseman who is expected to be a part of Canada's national team for a while to come. 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The Lasalle, Ontario native made headlines in January, 2010 when he was suspended 20-games by the OHL for a hit that left Matt Kennedy bleeding and dazed. Drafted 13th overall by the Buffalo Sabres, Kassian currently plays for the Windsor Spitfires. 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The 2008-09 CHL rookie of the year is currently playing for the WHL'S prince George Cougars and was drafted sixth overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2010. 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Johansen, a forward with the WHL's Portland Winterhawks, is described as being a skilled playmaker. 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In July, 2010 Leblanc signed a three-year deal with the Montreal Canadiens, who drafted the forward 18th overall in 2009. 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After having been selected 29th overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2009, Ashton would wind up playing 11 games with their AHL affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals, in 2010. He was traded to the Tri-City Americans at the beginning of December. 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Eakin, who had previously attended the 2010 Junior selection camp, but not made the cut, was drafted 85th overall by the NHL's Washington Capitals in 2009. 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The Sudbury native the third round selection, 104th overall, of the Buffalo Sabres in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. 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Schenn, whose older brother Luke currently plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs, was named an alternate captain of this Junior squad and is touted as one of the best players on the team. He was drafted fifth overall by the Los Angeles Kings at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. 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Drafted 28th overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in 2009, Olsen currently plays for the University of Minnesota Duluth. 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Drafted 92nd overall by the New York Islanders in 2009. 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A forward with the QMJHL's Drummondville Voltiguers, Couturier won the Jean Béliveau Trophy as the the QMJHL's top scorer. 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In 2009-10 Schwartz won the USHL scoring title with the Tri-City Storm by putting up 83 points in 60 games. 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The first overall choice of the WHL's Moose Jaw Warriors went on to become the 25th overall selection of the NHL's Florida Panthers in 2010. 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A forward with the WHL's Saskatoon Blades, Hamilton was selected48th overall by the Edmonton Oilers in 2010 despite a 2009-10 season shortened by injury. 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Named to the 2008 CHL All-Rookie team, the 2010 WHL First All-Star Team and the 2010 WHL Defenceman of the Year honours he's hardly out of his element in the spotlight. Despite his diminutive 5'10" stature he was selected 64th overall by the Colorado Avalanche in 2009. 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Cameron, who played three seasons in the NHL with the Colorado Rockies and New Jersey Devils in the 1980's, is making his world junior coaching debut in Buffalo. 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The 19-year old Quebec native burst onto the QMJHL scene in 2007 when he was named the leagues top rookie. Going into the 2009 NHL draft he was ranked second amongst North American goalies and was picked in the fifth round by the Edmonton Oilers. 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The Carp, Ont., native won silver with Canada at the 2010 World Junior tournament and earned six points in six games with the team, despite missing two games following an injury. De Haan is currently captaining the OHL's Oshawa Generals. 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The 18-year old Waterdown, Ontario native currently starts for the Niagara Ice Dogs and was drafted 27th overall by the Phoenix Coyotes in the 2010 NHL draft. 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At only 5'10" the Hamilton, Ont., native isn't known for his physicality, but instead for his hockey smarts and scoring touch. A first round pick of the Nashville Predators in the 2009 Entry Draft, Ellis holds the World Junior record for most points scored by a defenceman in the tournament. 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Part of the team that lost in the gold medal game against the United States a year ago, the 6'5" Cowen is expected to bear the brunt of the defensive load for Canada this time around - and is likely looking forward to a rematch against the U.S. Drafted ninth overall by the Ottawa Senators in 2009, Cowen currently plays for the WHL's Spokane Chiefs. 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Després would wind up being drafted 30th overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins. 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The Orleans, Ontario native was the third overall pick at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft when the Florida Panthers snapped him up. For many Canadians this will be their first look at the defenseman who is expected to be a part of Canada's national team for a while to come. 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The Lasalle, Ontario native made headlines in January, 2010 when he was suspended 20-games by the OHL for a hit that left Matt Kennedy bleeding and dazed. Drafted 13th overall by the Buffalo Sabres, Kassian currently plays for the Windsor Spitfires. 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The 2008-09 CHL rookie of the year is currently playing for the WHL'S prince George Cougars and was drafted sixth overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2010. 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Johansen, a forward with the WHL's Portland Winterhawks, is described as being a skilled playmaker. 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In July, 2010 Leblanc signed a three-year deal with the Montreal Canadiens, who drafted the forward 18th overall in 2009. 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After having been selected 29th overall by the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2009, Ashton would wind up playing 11 games with their AHL affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals, in 2010. He was traded to the Tri-City Americans at the beginning of December. 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Eakin, who had previously attended the 2010 Junior selection camp, but not made the cut, was drafted 85th overall by the NHL's Washington Capitals in 2009. 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The Sudbury native the third round selection, 104th overall, of the Buffalo Sabres in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. 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Schenn, whose older brother Luke currently plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs, was named an alternate captain of this Junior squad and is touted as one of the best players on the team. He was drafted fifth overall by the Los Angeles Kings at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. 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Drafted 28th overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in 2009, Olsen currently plays for the University of Minnesota Duluth. 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Drafted 92nd overall by the New York Islanders in 2009. 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A forward with the QMJHL's Drummondville Voltiguers, Couturier won the Jean Béliveau Trophy as the the QMJHL's top scorer. 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In 2009-10 Schwartz won the USHL scoring title with the Tri-City Storm by putting up 83 points in 60 games. 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The first overall choice of the WHL's Moose Jaw Warriors went on to become the 25th overall selection of the NHL's Florida Panthers in 2010. 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A forward with the WHL's Saskatoon Blades, Hamilton was selected48th overall by the Edmonton Oilers in 2010 despite a 2009-10 season shortened by injury. 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Named to the 2008 CHL All-Rookie team, the 2010 WHL First All-Star Team and the 2010 WHL Defenceman of the Year honours he's hardly out of his element in the spotlight. Despite his diminutive 5'10" stature he was selected 64th overall by the Colorado Avalanche in 2009. (KelownaRockets.com) [resize] => [image_id] => 30517986 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/11/30/TBArrie.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) ) ) [useImage] => 0 ) [related_story] => ) Relive Team Canada's Golden Moment
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(QMI Agency/Andre Forget) [resize] => [image_id] => 30496911 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/4crosby.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [4] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/5crosby.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.5crosby.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/5crosby.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.5crosby.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Team Canada's Sidney Crosby is about to drop his gloves after scoring the gold medal winning goal during overtime in the men's Olympic hockey game in Vancouver on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010. (QMI Agency/Andre Forget) [resize] => [image_id] => 30496916 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/5crosby.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [5] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 341 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/6crosby.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.6crosby.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/6crosby.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.6crosby.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 341 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Team Canada's Sidney Crosby's glove goes airborne as he celebrates scoring the gold medal winning goal during overtime of the men's Olympic hockey game in Vancouver on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010. (QMI Agency/Andre Forget) [resize] => [image_id] => 30496921 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/6crosby.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [6] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 422 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/7team.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.7team.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/7team.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.7team.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 422 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Team Canada celebrates their gold medal men's Olympic hockey game win during overtime in Vancouver on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010. (QMI Agency/Daniel Mallard) [resize] => [image_id] => 30496926 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/7team.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [7] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 439 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/8flag.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.8flag.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/8flag.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.8flag.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 439 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Team Canada's Drew Doughty waves a giant Canadian flag after winning gold in men's Olympic hockey in Vancouver on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010. (QMI Agency/Daniel Mallard) [resize] => [image_id] => 30496931 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/8flag.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [8] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 327 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/9team.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.9team.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/9team.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.9team.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 327 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Team Canada sing O Canada after winning the Olympic men's hockey gold medal against Team USA in Vancouver on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010. (QMI Agency/Andre Forget) [resize] => [image_id] => 30496936 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/9team.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [9] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 370 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/10crosby.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.10crosby.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/10crosby.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.10crosby.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 370 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Team Canada's Sidney Crosby flashes his gold medal after defeating Team USA in overtime in Vancouver on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010. (QMI Agency/Daniel Mallard) [resize] => [image_id] => 30496941 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/10crosby.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [10] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 480 [lgWidth] => 402 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/11getzlafluongo.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.11getzlafluongo.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/11getzlafluongo.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/donut.thumb.11getzlafluongo.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 402 [height] => 480 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Team Canada's Ryan Getzlaf (left) and Roberto Luongo show their gold medals after winning in overtime against Team USA in Vancouver on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010. (QMI Agency/Andre Forget) [resize] => [image_id] => 30496946 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/22/11getzlafluongo.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) ) ) [useImage] => 0 ) [related_story] => ) Top World Junior Moments
Array ( [id] => 15869746 [section] => /Slam/Microgalleries [date_publication] => 2010-12-23 00:01:00 [headline] => Top World Junior Moments [link] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/15869746.html [subheadline] => [topic] => /Slam/Microgalleries [first_created] => 20101028 [static_filename] => [introduction] => [slugline] => [has_ext_url] => 0 [has_image] => 1 [status] => live [generic_1] => [generic_2] => [generic_3] => [generic_4] => [generic_5] => [generic_6] => [generic_7] => [generic_8] => [generic_9] => [generic_10] => [has_group] => [content_type] => 2 [date] => December 23, 2010 [url] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/15869746.html [topic_title] => Microgalleries [image] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1976first.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1976first.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1976first.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1976first.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 489 [height] => 370 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => 1977 was the first year the IIHF included the World Junior Championship as an official event. The Soviet Union would win the first recognized gold medal after accumulating 14 points to Canada's 11. Forward John Anderson (far right) was second in tournament scoring that year behind fellow Canadian Dale McCourt. (Barry Gray/SUN MEDIA) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498506 ) [1] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1978Wayne.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1978Wayne.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1978Wayne.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1978Wayne.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 283 [height] => 370 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => In the 1978 tournament, which was held in Canada, the home team included a 16-year old named Wayne Gretzky. Gretzky's most dominating performance in the tournament came on Boxing Day when the phenom would net three goals and three assists while leading Canada to a 9-3 defeat of Czechoslovakia. (Photo courtesy of IIHF) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498511 ) [2] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1982Gold.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1982Gold.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1982Gold.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1982Gold.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 500 [height] => 347 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Despite tying silver medallist Czechoslovakia in the 1982 tournament's final game, Canada took home its first gold medal at the world juniors. After the medals were awarded it became apparent the organizers didn't have a copy of the Canadian national anthem, so the players improvized and sang an emotional a capella version. (Photo courtesy of HockeyCanada.ca) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498516 ) [3] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1987Piestany.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1987Piestany.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1987Piestany.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1987Piestany.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 500 [height] => 303 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => One of Canada's most memorable international moments came in 1987 during a game that would come to be called the "Punch up at Piestany". Following several uncalled penalties the Canadian and Russian players started a bench-clearing brawl that continued for more than 20 minutes, despite organizers turning off the arena lights. The IIHF eliminated both teams from the tournament, which likely cost Canada a medal. (QMI Agency) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498521 ) [4] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1993Legace.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1993Legace.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1993Legace.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1993Legace.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 300 [height] => 370 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Canadian goaltender Manny Legace's performance in the 1993 World Junior Championships is one for the record books. Sweden entered the tournament as the heavy favourites thanks to players such as Peter Forsberg, Markus Naslund and Niklas Sundstrom, who, between them, notched 69 points in seven games. But in what turned out to be the tie-breaker, Legace lead Canada to a 5-4 win over the Swedes. (Jason Franson/QMI Agency) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498526 ) [5] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1995Lockout.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1995Lockout.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1995Lockout.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1995Lockout.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 500 [height] => 330 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Because of the NHL lock-out, the 1995 Canadian junior team became known as the 'Dream Team'. It consisted of no less than 13 first-round NHL draft picks, including Bryan McCabe, Jason Allison and Eric Daze. The squad would go undefeated en route to Canada's eighth gold medal and third in a row. (Doug MacLellan/Hockey Hall of Fame) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498531 ) [6] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1997Gold.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1997Gold.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1997Gold.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1997Gold.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 352 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Team Canada's 1997 win was sweet on two fronts: firstly, they shut out rival USA to secure the victory, and more importantly, they won their fifth consecutive gold medal -- a feat no other country has since matched. Backed by goalie Marc Denis, and on the power of goals by Brad Isbister and Boyd Devereaux they shut the Americans out 2-0. Five-in-a-row has only been accomplished once since this win. (Pascal Volery/REUTERS) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498536 ) [7] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2003Wellwood.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2003Wellwood.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2003Wellwood.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2003Wellwood.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 329 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Despite the grief former Maple Leaf Kyle Wellwood has caught during his NHL career, World Junior fans will remember the diminutive forward for the lone goal he scored at the 2003 championship in Canada. Maybe one of the most incredible goals ever scored at the tournament, Wellwood was tripped up on a partial breakaway but still managed to put the puck behind the Czech goaltender while on his knees, sliding through the crease. (REUTERS/Shaun Best) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498541 ) [8] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2005Dreamteam.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2005Dreamteam.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2005Dreamteam.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2005Dreamteam.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 398 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => The 2004-05 NHL lockout was a godsend for the Canadian junior team in 2005. They managed to ice what is probably the strongest team the tournament has ever seen: a veritable Dream Team. A glance down the Canadian bench revealed names like: Sidney Crosby, Patrice Bergeron, Ryan Getzlaf, Jeff Carter and Dion Phaneuf. The team finished the tournament undefeated with a 6-0-0 record and outscored the opposition by a final tally of 41-7. (Mark O'Neill/QMI Agency) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498546 ) [9] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2007Toews.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2007Toews.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/2007Toews.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.2007Toews.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 600 [height] => 420 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => In 2007 the IIHF changed the rules for the tournament to include NHL-style shootout to solve ties following 10-and 20-minute overtime periods in playoff games. The new rule was in the spotlight when, after regulation, Canada and the USA remained knotted at 1-1 in their semi-final matchup. A goaltending duel between Canada's Carey Price and the USA's Peter Mueller that Price final won after the shootout went seven players deep. Canada's Jonathan Toews scored three straight times on the American goalie in the shootout, creating one of the most thrilling, nail-biting games in tournament history. Video: Canada vs. USA shootout. (REUTERS/Shaun Best) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498551 ) [10] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/eberle.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.eberle.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/eberle.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.eberle.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 500 [height] => 375 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => At the 2009 World Juniors in Ottawa, Jordan Eberle became a folk hero in Canada when he scored the game-tying goal against Russia in the semifinal with just 5.4 seconds left in regulation to force overtime. Eberle added the shootout winner and Canada would go on to win their fifth straight gold medal, defeating Sweden 5-1 in the final. 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The Soviet Union would win the first recognized gold medal after accumulating 14 points to Canada's 11. Forward John Anderson (far right) was second in tournament scoring that year behind fellow Canadian Dale McCourt. 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Gretzky's most dominating performance in the tournament came on Boxing Day when the phenom would net three goals and three assists while leading Canada to a 9-3 defeat of Czechoslovakia. 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After the medals were awarded it became apparent the organizers didn't have a copy of the Canadian national anthem, so the players improvized and sang an emotional a capella version. 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Following several uncalled penalties the Canadian and Russian players started a bench-clearing brawl that continued for more than 20 minutes, despite organizers turning off the arena lights. The IIHF eliminated both teams from the tournament, which likely cost Canada a medal. 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Sweden entered the tournament as the heavy favourites thanks to players such as Peter Forsberg, Markus Naslund and Niklas Sundstrom, who, between them, notched 69 points in seven games. But in what turned out to be the tie-breaker, Legace lead Canada to a 5-4 win over the Swedes. 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It consisted of no less than 13 first-round NHL draft picks, including Bryan McCabe, Jason Allison and Eric Daze. The squad would go undefeated en route to Canada's eighth gold medal and third in a row. 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Backed by goalie Marc Denis, and on the power of goals by Brad Isbister and Boyd Devereaux they shut the Americans out 2-0. Five-in-a-row has only been accomplished once since this win. 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Maybe one of the most incredible goals ever scored at the tournament, Wellwood was tripped up on a partial breakaway but still managed to put the puck behind the Czech goaltender while on his knees, sliding through the crease. 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They managed to ice what is probably the strongest team the tournament has ever seen: a veritable Dream Team. A glance down the Canadian bench revealed names like: Sidney Crosby, Patrice Bergeron, Ryan Getzlaf, Jeff Carter and Dion Phaneuf. The team finished the tournament undefeated with a 6-0-0 record and outscored the opposition by a final tally of 41-7. 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The new rule was in the spotlight when, after regulation, Canada and the USA remained knotted at 1-1 in their semi-final matchup. A goaltending duel between Canada's Carey Price and the USA's Peter Mueller that Price final won after the shootout went seven players deep. Canada's Jonathan Toews scored three straight times on the American goalie in the shootout, creating one of the most thrilling, nail-biting games in tournament history. Video: Canada vs. USA shootout. 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Eberle added the shootout winner and Canada would go on to win their fifth straight gold medal, defeating Sweden 5-1 in the final. 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The Soviet Union would win the first recognized gold medal after accumulating 14 points to Canada's 11. Forward John Anderson (far right) was second in tournament scoring that year behind fellow Canadian Dale McCourt. 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Gretzky's most dominating performance in the tournament came on Boxing Day when the phenom would net three goals and three assists while leading Canada to a 9-3 defeat of Czechoslovakia. 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After the medals were awarded it became apparent the organizers didn't have a copy of the Canadian national anthem, so the players improvized and sang an emotional a capella version. 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Following several uncalled penalties the Canadian and Russian players started a bench-clearing brawl that continued for more than 20 minutes, despite organizers turning off the arena lights. The IIHF eliminated both teams from the tournament, which likely cost Canada a medal. (QMI Agency) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498521 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1987Piestany.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [4] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 370 [lgWidth] => 300 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1993Legace.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1993Legace.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1993Legace.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1993Legace.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 300 [height] => 370 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Canadian goaltender Manny Legace's performance in the 1993 World Junior Championships is one for the record books. Sweden entered the tournament as the heavy favourites thanks to players such as Peter Forsberg, Markus Naslund and Niklas Sundstrom, who, between them, notched 69 points in seven games. But in what turned out to be the tie-breaker, Legace lead Canada to a 5-4 win over the Swedes. 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It consisted of no less than 13 first-round NHL draft picks, including Bryan McCabe, Jason Allison and Eric Daze. The squad would go undefeated en route to Canada's eighth gold medal and third in a row. (Doug MacLellan/Hockey Hall of Fame) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498531 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1995Lockout.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [6] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 450 [lgWidth] => 352 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1997Gold.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1997Gold.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/1997Gold.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/donut.thumb.1997Gold.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 352 [height] => 450 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Team Canada's 1997 win was sweet on two fronts: firstly, they shut out rival USA to secure the victory, and more importantly, they won their fifth consecutive gold medal -- a feat no other country has since matched. Backed by goalie Marc Denis, and on the power of goals by Brad Isbister and Boyd Devereaux they shut the Americans out 2-0. Five-in-a-row has only been accomplished once since this win. 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Maybe one of the most incredible goals ever scored at the tournament, Wellwood was tripped up on a partial breakaway but still managed to put the puck behind the Czech goaltender while on his knees, sliding through the crease. 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They managed to ice what is probably the strongest team the tournament has ever seen: a veritable Dream Team. A glance down the Canadian bench revealed names like: Sidney Crosby, Patrice Bergeron, Ryan Getzlaf, Jeff Carter and Dion Phaneuf. The team finished the tournament undefeated with a 6-0-0 record and outscored the opposition by a final tally of 41-7. 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The new rule was in the spotlight when, after regulation, Canada and the USA remained knotted at 1-1 in their semi-final matchup. A goaltending duel between Canada's Carey Price and the USA's Peter Mueller that Price final won after the shootout went seven players deep. Canada's Jonathan Toews scored three straight times on the American goalie in the shootout, creating one of the most thrilling, nail-biting games in tournament history. Video: Canada vs. USA shootout. 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Eberle added the shootout winner and Canada would go on to win their fifth straight gold medal, defeating Sweden 5-1 in the final. (REUTERS/Blair Gable) [resize] => [image_id] => 30498556 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/10/28/eberle.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) ) ) [useImage] => 0 ) [related_story] => ) Fun facts about Joannie Rochette
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At times, ManRam has displayed lack of concentration while running bases or while in the outfield. These moments are now known as "Manny being Manny" which was a term coined in 1995 by then Cleveland Indians manager Mike Hargrove. 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Allen also has a website called jaredallen69inc.com where t-shirts with more of his phrases like 'sax machine' and 'mullet mullitia' are sold. 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But the most obscure item may be the Ray Lewis Purple Fridays Snuggie (pictured). However, because it's not a registered Snuggie product, it's called a RL52 Purple Fridays Sleeved Blanket. 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The brand features the 'Jumpman' and was created by Nike in 1985. A different style of shoe has been released every year since, even after Jordan's retirement. Air Jordan also makes apparel like hats, vests and sweaters. 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At times, ManRam has displayed lack of concentration while running bases or while in the outfield. These moments are now known as "Manny being Manny" which was a term coined in 1995 by then Cleveland Indians manager Mike Hargrove. 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In 2007, Owens filed to protect his trademark phrase. The term was copyrighted in 2010, but T.O. is still seeking to get protection for the phrase 'Getcha Popcorn Ready.' He also has an official online t-shirt store (totees.com) where his catch phrases are printed on apparel. 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During this time he was named Mr. Basketball of Ohio, earned a spot on the All-USA First Team and was named 2001-02 boys' basketball Gatorade National Player of the Year. The term 'King James' was adopted in Ohio. Since leaving Cleveland for Miami this year, Cavs fans have ended their association with 'King James' and begun to wear 'The Lyin' King'. 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His spot on the field was nicknamed 'Revis Island' for his ability to shut down receivers when playing one-on-one with them. Different variations of Revis Island t-shirts have been created by fans. 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Allen also has a website called jaredallen69inc.com where t-shirts with more of his phrases like 'sax machine' and 'mullet mullitia' are sold. 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On Sept. 18 the New England Patriots signed the running back just two days before their match against the Jets. Although he didn't play in that match Woodhead has since posted great numbers and played a large role in the Pats' trouncing of the Jets last month. T-shirts saying 'Jets give great Head' have been circulating ever since. Some attribute the saying to Bill Belichick. 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For this reason, he was given the nickname 'The Freak'. [resize] => [image_id] => 30416221 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/14/FREAK.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [9] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 667 [lgWidth] => 500 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/14/BEASTMODE.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/14/donut.thumb.BEASTMODE.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/14/BEASTMODE.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/14/donut.thumb.BEASTMODE.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 500 [height] => 667 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => Seattle Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch was given the nickname 'Money' during his college year. As he entered the NFL, he referred to himself as being in 'beast mode' during games. T-shirts sporting his latest handle have been created, which also displays his trademark grills. 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But the most obscure item may be the Ray Lewis Purple Fridays Snuggie (pictured). However, because it's not a registered Snuggie product, it's called a RL52 Purple Fridays Sleeved Blanket. (RL52style.com) [resize] => [image_id] => 30416231 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/14/RL52.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) ) ) [useImage] => 0 ) [related_story] => ) Sports Photos of the Year
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The practice and the qualification were cancelled due to heavy wind and snowfall. (REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach) [resize] => [image_id] => 30318076 ) [1] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/084Jan2.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.084Jan2.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/084Jan2.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.084Jan2.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 452 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => January 2, 2010: South Florida Bulls coach Jim Leavitt (R) gets a bucket gatorade dumped on him in celebration by players Aaron Harris (C) and Mike Ford as wide receiver A.J. Love (L) looks on during the final minute against the Northern Illinois Huskies during the second half of their NCAA International Bowl football game in Toronto. 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(REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler) [resize] => [image_id] => 30318081 ) [3] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/003_Jan10.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.003_Jan10.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/003_Jan10.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.003_Jan10.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 436 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => January 10, 2010: AC Milan David Beckham celebrates at the end of the match against Juventus during their Serie A soccer match at Olympic stadium in Turin. AC Milan won 3-0. 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(REUTERS/ Mike Cassese) [resize] => [image_id] => 30318101 ) [7] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/005_Feb12.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.005_Feb12.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/005_Feb12.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.005_Feb12.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 401 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => January 12, 2010: A snowboarder soars through the centre ring of the Olympic Rings during the opening ceremony of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. 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(REUTERS/Tim Wimborne) [resize] => [image_id] => 30318371 ) [61] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/056Oct15.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.056Oct15.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/056Oct15.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.056Oct15.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 414 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => October 15, 2010: Amateur 125cc rider Jordan Zamora of Australia crashes during the first practice session of the Australian Grand Prix in Phillip Island near Melbourne. (REUTERS/Daniel Munoz) [resize] => [image_id] => 30318376 ) [62] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/057Oct16.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.057Oct16.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/057Oct16.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.057Oct16.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 392 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => October 16, 2010: WBC boxing champion Vitali Klitschko (R) of Ukraine lands a punch on Shannon Briggs of the U.S. during their WBC Heavyweight Championship boxing bout in Hamburg. Klitschko won the fight by points after twelve rounds. 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(REUTERS/Russell Cheyne) [resize] => [image_id] => 30318386 ) [64] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/059Oct25.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.059Oct25.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/059Oct25.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.059Oct25.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 419 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => October 25, 2010: New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs (C) scores a touchdown as Dallas Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh (L) and linebacker Keith Brooking watch in the second half of their NFL football game in Arlington, Texas. 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The U.S. team won the gold medal. 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Banderillers are bullfighter's assistants whose role is to weaken the bull's massive neck and shoulder muscles using harpoon pointed sticks known as banderillas (little flags). Muriel was gored in the right thigh but his wound was not serious, said his manager Ignacio Gonzalez to the magazine Mundotoro. 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(REUTERS/Tim Wimborne) [resize] => [image_id] => 30318371 ) [large] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/055Oct13.jpg ) [smHeight] => [smWidth] => ) [61] => donutimage Object ( [IMAGE_RESIZE_QUALITY] => 85 [IMAGE_RESIZE_WS_URL] => http://storage.canoe.ca/v1/dynamic_resize/ [lgHeight] => 414 [lgWidth] => 640 [options] => Array ( [domain] => http://slam.canoe.ca [donut] => Array ( [local_filename] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/056Oct15.jpg [local_donutthumb] => /Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.056Oct15.jpg [local_thumbname] => [filename] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/056Oct15.jpg [donutthumb_URL] => http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Microgalleries/2010/12/03/donut.thumb.056Oct15.jpg [thumb_filename] => [width] => 640 [height] => 414 [thumb_width] => [thumb_height] => [cutline] => October 15, 2010: Amateur 125cc rider Jordan Zamora of Australia crashes during the first practice session of the Australian Grand Prix in Phillip Island near Melbourne. 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