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NHL Olympic player tracker for Thursday, Feb. 18

Friday, 02.19.2010 / 3:00 AM / All-Access Vancouver
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Thursday's Games (2/18):

DATE
VISITING TEAM
HOME TEAM
TIME
NETWORK/RESULT
THU Feb 18, 2010
UNITED STATES
NORWAY
3:00 PM ET
USA 6, NOR 1
recap
THU Feb 18, 2010
SWITZERLAND
CANADA
7:30 PM ET
CAN 3, SUI 2 (SO)
RECAP
THU Feb 18, 2010
SLOVAKIA
RUSSIA
11:55 PM ET
SVK 2, RUS 1 (so)
RECAP

Anaheim Ducks
Ryan Getzlaf (Canada) - Getzlaf fired four shots on goal in Canada's 3-2 win over the Swiss.

Jonas Hiller (Switzerland) - Hiller was simply amazing, stopping 44 shots and stealing a point for the Swiss in a 3-2 shootout loss to Canada.

Corey Perry (Canada) - Perry rifled two shots on net in a 3-2 Canada win against Switzerland.

Scott Niedermayer (Canada) - Niedermayer was a plus-1 in Canada's shootout victory over the Swiss

Bobby Ryan (USA) -  The Ducks right winger took two shots in USA's 6-1 win over Norway.

Ryan Whitney (USA) -  Whitney logged 10:36 of ice time in the 6-1 U.S. victory.

Atlanta Thrashers
Maxim Afinogenov (Russia) - Afinogenov recorded three shots on goal in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

Boston Bruins
Patrice Bergeron (Canada) - Bergeron took two shots, and won key faceoffs in Canada's win over Switzerland

Zdeno Chara (Slovakia) - The Slovakian captain had four shots on goal in 24:23 of ice time in a 2-1 win over Russia.

Miroslav Satan (Slovakia) - Satan did not play in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win against Russia.

Tim Thomas (USA) - Thomas did not play in the 6-1 USA victory over Norway.

Buffalo Sabres
Ryan Miller (USA) - Miller faced only 11 shots in the 6-1 USA victory against Norway, allowing only Marius Holtet's shorthanded goal.  The Michigan native also added an assist on Ryan Malone's goal.

Andrej Sekera (Slovakia) - Sekera tallied two shots on goal in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win over Russia.
 
Calgary Flames
Jarome Iginla (Canada) - Iginla had 12:03 of ice time in Canada's 3-2 win over the Swiss.

Carolina Hurricanes
Tim Gleason (USA) -  Gleason was a plus-2 in 13:46 of ice time in the 6-1 U.S. victory.

Eric Staal (Canada) - Staal fired four shots on net and was a minus-1 in Canada's victory against the Swiss.

Chicago Blackhawks
Marian Hossa (Slovakia) - Hossa netted the game-tying goal and had five shots in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win over Russia.

Patrick Kane (USA) - Kane's second period goal in the USA's 6-1 win against Norway was his first of the tournament, and put the U.S. ahead 3-0 in the game. No. 88 fired four shots on goal.

Duncan Keith (Canada) - Keith played 19:48 in Canada's win over Switzerland

Tomas Kopecky (Slovakia) - Kopecky received 8:54 of ice time in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win over Russia.

Brent Seabrook (Canada) - Seabrook had two shots in Canada's victory over Switzerland.

Jonathan Toews (Canada) - Toews assisted on Canada's first goal in a 3-2 win over Switzerland.

Colorado Avalanche
Peter Budaj (Slovakia) - Budaj did not play in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win over Russia.

Paul Stastny (USA) - Stastny contributed an assist on Brian Rafalski's power play goal en route to the 6-1 U.S. rout of Norway.

Columbus Blue Jackets
Milan Jurcina (Slovakia) - Jurcina had two shots on goal in 19:51 of ice time in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win over Russia.

Rick Nash (Canada) - Rick Nash was a force, taking 6 shots in a 3-2 Canadian win over the Swiss.

Fedor Tyutin (Russia) - Tyutin had two penalty minutes in 14:22 of ice time in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

Dallas Stars
Brenden Morrow (Canada) - Brendan Morrow had 2 PIM's in Canada's 3-2 win over Switzerland.

Detroit Red Wings
Pavel Datsyuk (Russia) - Datsyuk tallied two shots on goal in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

Brian Rafalski (USA) - Rafalski had two goals, including a power play marker, in the last three minutes of the 6-1 USA win over Norway.

Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (Norway) - Tollefsen, the lone NHLer on Norway's squad, was a minus-1 in 26:10 of ice time in the 6-1 loss to the USA.

Edmonton Oilers
Denis Grebeshkov (Russia) - Grebeshkov played 14:47 in Russia's 2-1 loss to Slovakia.

Lubomir Visnovsky (Slovakia) - Visnovsky played a team-high 25:11 in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win over Russia.

Florida Panthers
None today

Los Angeles Kings
Dustin Brown (USA) - Brown skated 12:28 of ice time, firing one shot in the 6-1 U.S. rout of Norway.

Drew Doughty (Canada) - Doughty had 14:10 of ice time in a 3-2 Canada win over the Swiss

Michal Handzus (Slovakia) - Handzus had two shots on goal in 21:37 of ice time in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win over Russia.

Jack Johnson (USA) - Johnson assisted on Ryan Malone's goal and took one of two U.S. penalties in 16:27 of ice time during the 6-1 win over Norway.

Jonathan Quick (USA) - Quick backed up Ryan Miller in the 6-1 win over Norway.

Minnesota Wild
None today

Montreal Canadiens
Jaroslav Halak (Slovakia) - Halak stopped 36 of 37 shots before turning aside six of seven shootout attempts in Slovakia's 2-1 win over Russia.

Andrei Markov (Russia) - Markov tallied an assist and had one shot on goal in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

Nashville Predators
Ryan Suter (USA) -  The alternate captain led all U.S. skaters with 21:33 of ice time, contributing an assist and three shots.

Shea Weber (Canada) - Weber was a plus-1 in Canada's win over Switzerland

New Jersey Devils
Martin Brodeur (Canada) - Brodeur was excellent, stopping all four shots in the shootout and leading Canada to a 3-2 win over the Swiss.

Jamie Langenbrunner (USA) - The captain did not figure into the scoring, but led all American forwards with 18:42 of ice time, as his club conquered Norway 6-1.

Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia) - Kovalchuk tallied one shot on goal in 20:18 of ice time in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

Zach Parise (USA) - Parise was in the middle of the U.S. offense as expected, tallying two assists on a team-leading six shots in a 6-1 win for his squad.  

New York Islanders
Mark Streit (Switzerland) - Streit was a minus-1 in Switzerland's 3-2 loss to Canada.

New York Rangers
Ryan Callahan (USA) - Callahan skated with fellow Ranger Chris Drury and assisted on the latter's goal that put the U.S. ahead 2-0 in the eventual 6-1 rout of Norway.

Chris Drury (USA) - The Rangers' captain had the eventual game-winner, scoring to put the U.S. ahead 2-0 on his only shot in the 6-1 win over Norway.

Marian Gaborik (Slovakia) - Gaborik recorded a team-high six shots on goal in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win over Russia.

Philadelphia Flyers
Chris Pronger (Canada) - Pronger was minus-1 in Canada's 3-2 win over Switzerland.

Mike Richards (Canada) - Mike Richards had two shots on goal in Canada's 3-2 victory over the Swiss.

Pittsburgh Penguins
Sidney Crosby (Canada) - Crosby was a beast, scoring the shootout winner in a 3-2 Canadian win against Switzerland.

Marc-Andre Fleury (Canada) - Fleury did not play in the 3-2 Canada win Thursday.

Sergei Gonchar (Russia) - Gonchar notched two shots on goal in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

Evgeni Malkin (Russia) - Malkin recorded a game-high seven shots on goal in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

Brooks Orpik (USA) -  Orpik played 16:04 for the U.S. in a 6-1 win over Norway.

Phoenix Coyotes
Ilya Bryzgalov (Russia) - Bryzgalov stopped 32 shots in regulation and overtime before surrendering two shootout goals in seven attempts in Russia's 2-1 loss to Slovakia.

Ottawa Senators
Anton Volchenkov (Russia) - Volchenkov had 12:53 of ice time in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

San Jose Sharks
Dan Boyle (Canada) - Dan Boyle was a minus-1 in Canada's 3-2 win over Switzerland.

Dany Heatley (Canada) - Heatley scored the opening goal of Canada's 3-2 victory against the Swiss.

Patrick Marleau (Canada) - Marleau netted a power play goal, assisted on Heatley's first-period goal and recorded a game-high eight shots on goal in Canada's victory Thursday.

Evgeni Nabokov (Russia) - Nabokov did not play in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

Joe Pavelski (USA) - With two assists, Pavelski was a standout in the 6-1 U.S. win over Norway on a line with Phil Kessel and Ryan Malone

Joe Thornton (Canada) - Thornton was a minus-1 in the 3-2 Canada win against Switzerland.

St. Louis Blues
David Backes (USA) - Playing on a line with New York Rangers Chris Drury and Ryan Callahan, Backes had an assist and was whistled for a high-sticking penalty in the 6-1 U.S. win.

Erik Johnson (USA) - Johnson had two shots in 17:43 of ice time for the U.S. in a 6-1 win over Norway.

Tampa Bay Lightning
Ryan Malone (USA) -  Malone netted his second goal of the tournament in the 6-1 U.S. win over Norway, adding an assist.

Andrej Meszaros (Slovakia) - Meszaros played 16:52 in Slovakia's 2-1 shootout win over Russia.

Toronto Maple Leafs
Phil Kessel (USA) - The Toronto Maple Leafs forward opened the scoring in the USA's 6-1 rout of Norway, adding an assist, and led his squad with a plus-3 mark.

Vancouver Canucks
Pavol Demitra (Slovakia) - Demitra assisted on Marian Hossa's third-period goal and then scored the game-winning shootout goal to give Slovakia a 2-1 victory over Russia.

Ryan Kesler (USA) - Kesler fired three shots in 15:33 of ice time during the 6-1 U.S. victory over Norway.

Roberto Luongo (Canada) - Luongo did not play in Canada's 3-2 victory over Switzerland.

Washington Capitals
Alex Ovechkin (Russia) - Ovechkin recorded six shots on goal and scored Russia's lone shootout goal in seven attempts in an eventual 2-1 loss to Slovakia.

Alexander Semin (Russia) - Semin had three shots on goal in 17:50 of ice time in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.

Semyon Varlamov (Russia) - Varlamov did not play in Russia's 2-1 shootout loss to Slovakia.