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NHL Olympic Player Tracker for Wednesday, Feb. 24

Thursday, 02.25.2010 / 2:16 AM / All-Access Vancouver
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Wednesday's Games (2/24):

DATE
VISITING TEAM
HOME TEAM
TIME
NETWORK/RESULT
wed Feb 24, 2010
united stateS
SWITZERLAND
3:00 PM ET
USA 2, SUI 0
RECAP
wed Feb 24, 2010
russia
canada
7:30 PM ET
CAN 7, RUS 3
RECAP
wed Feb 24, 2010
finland
czech republic
10:00 PM ET
fin 2, cze 0
recap
wed Feb 24, 2010
sweden
slovakia
11:55 PM ET
SVK 4, SWE 3
RECAP

Anaheim Ducks
Ryan Getzlaf (Canada) - Getzlaf scored a goal and had two assists as Canada rolled over Russia in a 7-3 win.

Jonas Hiller (Switzerland) - Hiller was tremendous again, stopping 42 U.S. shots, but his feisty Swiss squad fell in the Quarterfinals, 2-0, and were eliminated from the tournament.

Saku Koivu (Finland) - Koivu recorded two penalty minutes and one shot on goal in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Corey Perry (Canada) - Perry paced Canada with two goals in its 7-3 win over Russia.

Scott Niedermayer (Canada) -  Niedermayer had four shots and logged 22:03 of ice time in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

Bobby Ryan (USA) - Ryan had three shots in just 8:37 of ice time in the 2-0 U.S. victory against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Teemu Selanne (Finland) -  Selanne tallied two shots on goal in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Ryan Whitney (USA) - Whitney had no shots in 6:01 of ice time for the U.S. in a 2-0 win against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Atlanta Thrashers
Maxim Afinogenov (Russia) - Afinogenov scored for Russia in a 7-3 loss to Canada.

Tobias Enstrom (Sweden) - Enstrom had an assist but Sweden was eliminated by Slovakia, 4-3.

Pavel Kubina (Czech Republic) - Kubina recorded two penalty minutes in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Johnny Oduya (Sweden) - Oduya had 2:48 of ice team in Sweden's 4-3 loss.

Ondrej Pavelec (Czech Republic) - Pavelec did not play in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Boston Bruins
Patrice Bergeron (Canada) - Bergeron logged 4:15 of ice time in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

Zdeno Chara (Slovakia) - Chara tallied an assist in Slovakia's 4-3 defeat of Sweden.

David Krejci (Czech Republic) - Krejci had two shots on goal and led all Czech forwards with 19:10 of ice time in a 2-0 loss to Finland.

Miroslav Satan (Slovakia) - Satan was a minus-2 but Slovakia topped Sweden, 4-3.

Marco Sturm (Germany) - Germany was elminated from the Games in an 8-2 loss to Canada Tuesday.

Tim Thomas (USA) - Thomas did not play as the U.S. beat Switzerland 2-0 in the Quarterfinals.

Buffalo Sabres
Jochen Hecht (Germany) - Germany was elminated from the Games in an 8-2 loss to Canada Tuesday.

Toni Lydman (Finland) - Lydman received 18:21 of ice time in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Ryan Miller (USA) - Miller became the first U.S. goalie since Mike Richter in 2002 to earn a shutout at the Olympics, as he stopped all 19 Switzerland shots in a 2-0 victory that put Team USA in the Semifinals.

Andrej Sekera (Slovakia) - Sekera had a goal as Slovakia stuns Sweden, 4-3.

Henrik Tallinder (Sweden) - Tallinder had two PIM's but Sweden was eliminated by Slovakia.
 
Calgary Flames
Niklas Hagman (Finland) - Hagman scored the game-winning goal, a power play deflection, in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Jarome Iginla (Canada) - Iginla picked up an assist and three shots in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

Miikka Kiprusoff (Finland) - Kiprusoff stopped all 31 Czech Republic shots he faced in Finland's 2-0 win.

Carolina Hurricanes
Tim Gleason (USA) - Gleason had two shots in 15:14 of ice time as the U.S. beat Switzerland, 2-0, in the Quarterfinals.

Joni Pitkanen (Finland) - Pitkanen did not play in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic due to a suspension he received following his elbow to Sweden's Patric Hornqvist on Sunday.

Tuomo Ruutu (Finland) - Ruutu was a plus-1 in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Eric Staal (Canada) - Staal was a plus-1 and had an assist in Canada's 7-3 quarterfinal win over Russia.

Chicago Blackhawks
Marian Hossa (Slovakia) - Hossa had three assists in Slovakia's huge, 4-3 win over Sweden.

Patrick Kane (USA) - Kane had four shots in 16:13 of ice time as the U.S. beat Switzerland, 2-0, in the Quarterfinals.

Duncan Keith (Canada) - Keith paced Canada in ice time with 22:54, was a plus-2 and picked up an assist in his team's 7-3 win over Russia.

Tomas Kopecky (Slovakia) - Kopecky had the game-winner as Slovakia stunned Sweden.

Brent Seabrook (Canada) - Seabrook had two penalty minutes and registered 7:49 of ice time in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

Jonathan Toews (Canada) - Toews collected a pair of assists and was a plus-2 in Canada's 7-3 victory over Russia.

Colorado Avalanche
Peter Budaj (Slovakia) - Budaj did not play against Sweden.

Ruslan Salei (Belarus) - Belarus was elminated from the Games in a 3-2 loss to Swtizerland Tuesday.

Paul Stastny (USA) - Stastny had the secondary assist on Zach Parise's game-winning power-play goal in the U.S.'s 2-0 defeat of Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Columbus Blue Jackets
Jan Hejda (Czech Republic) - Hejda had one shot on goal in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Milan Jurcina (Slovakia) - Jurcina finished a minus-1 as Slovakia beat Sweden.

Fredrik Modin (Sweden) - Modin did not play against Slovakia.

Rick Nash (Canada) - Nash scored Canada's third goal in their 7-3 win over Russia.

Samuel Pahlsson (Sweden) - Pahlsson finished with two shots and two PIMS but Sweden fell, 4-3.

Fedor Tyutin (Russia) - Tyutin recorded 15:09 of ice time in Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.

Dallas Stars
Loui Eriksson (Sweden) - Eriksson recorded an assist but Sweden fell to Slovakia, 4-3.

Jere Lehtinen (Finland) - Lehtinen had one shot on goal in 13:53 of ice time in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Brenden Morrow (Canada) - Morrow scored Canada's fourth goal in its 7-3 win over Russia.

Karlis Skrastins (Latvia) - Latvia was elminated from the Games in a 3-2 loss to Czech Republic Tuesday.

Detroit Red Wings
Pavel Datsyuk (Russia) - Datsyuk was a plus-1 and recorded 20:10 of ice time in Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.

Valtteri Filppula (Finland) - Filppula netted an empty-net goal in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Johan Franzen (Sweden) - Franzen ended a minus-1 as Sweden was eliminated by Slovakia

Niklas Kronwall (Sweden) - Kronwall was a minus-2 and his Swedes were ousted by the Slovaks, 4-3.

Nicklas Lidstrom (Sweden) - Lidstrom finished an uncharacteristic minus-2 in Sweden's loss.

Brian Rafalski (USA) -  Rafalski had an assist on Zach Parise's power-play goal that tied him for the scoring lead at the Games (6 points), as the U.S. beat Switzerland, 2-0, to advance to the Semifinals.

Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (Norway) - Norway was elminated from the Games in an 4-3 loss to Slovakia Tuesday.

Henrik Zetterberg (Sweden) - Zetterberg fired in a goal, but Sweden fell, 4-3.

Edmonton Oilers
Denis Grebeshkov (Russia) - Grebeshkov picked up an assist on Maxim Afinogenov's goal in Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.  

Lubomir Visnovsky (Slovakia) - Visnovsky played a big, 21:41 as Slovakia eliminated Sweden.

Florida Panthers
Dennis Seidenberg (Germany) - Germany was elminated from the Games in an 8-2 loss to Canada Tuesday.

Tomas Vokoun (Czech Republic) - Vokoun stopped 29 of 30 Finland shots in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss.

Los Angeles Kings
Dustin Brown (USA) - Brown had had four shots in 14:18 of ice time as the U.S. beat Switzerland 2-0 in the Quarterfinals.

Drew Doughty (Canada) - Doughty was a plus-1 and was second on the team in ice time with 22:33 in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

Michal Handzus (Slovakia) - Handzus ended a minus-2 but Slovakia elimninated Sweden.

Jack Johnson (USA) - Johnson played 19:42 in the U.S.'s 2-0 victory against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Jonathan Quick (USA) - Quick did not play in the U.S.'s 2-0 victory against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Minnesota Wild
Niklas Backstrom (Finland) - Backstrom did not play in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Martin Havlat (Czech Republic) - Havlat had four shots on goal in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Mikko Koivu (Finland) - Koivu assisted on Valtteri Filppula's empty-net goal in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Antti Miettinen (Finland) - Miettinen recorded three shots on goal in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Marek Zidlicky (Czech Republic) - Zidlicky played a team-high 21:50 in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Montreal Canadiens
Jaroslav Halak (Slovakia) - Halak stopped 23 shots helping Slovakia oust Sweden, 4-3.

Andrei Markov (Russia) - Markov was a minus-3 and logged 15:52 of ice time in Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.

Tomas Plekanec (Czech Republic) - Plekanec recorded four shots on goal in 17:21 of ice time in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Sergei Kostitsyn (Belarus) - Belarus was elminated from the Games in an 3-2 loss to Switzerland Tuesday.

Nashville Predators
Martin Erat (Czech Republic) - Erat tallied one shot on goal in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Marcel Goc (Germany) - Germany was elminated from the Games in an 8-2 loss to Canada Tuesday.

Patric Hornqvist (Sweden) - Hornqvist had a goal in a losing cause for Sweden Wednesday night.

Alexander Sulzer (Germany) - Germany was elminated from the Games in an 8-2 loss to Canada Tuesday.

Ryan Suter (USA) - Suter played a team-high 24:05, with four shots and a plus-1 rating in the U.S.'s 2-0 defeat of Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Shea Weber (Canada) - Weber scored a goal and had three shots in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

New Jersey Devils
Martin Brodeur (Canada) -  Brodeur did not play in Canada's 7-3 victory over Russia.

Patrik Elias (Czech Republic) - The Czech captain was a minus-1 with two shots on goal in a 2-0 loss to Finland.

Jamie Langenbrunner (USA) - The Devils and U.S. captain led the team's forwards with 19:55 of ice time, and had four shots and a plus-1 rating as the U.S. downed Switzerland 2-0 in the Quarterfinals.

Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia) - Kovalchuk was a plus-1, had four shots and picked up an assist in Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.

Zach Parise (USA) - Parise scored both goals -- his first 2 Olympic goals -- in the 2-0 win against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals..

New York Islanders
Mark Streit (Switzerland) - The Switzerland captain played a game-high 29:06, but had just one shot and a minus-1 rating as his team was eliminated from the Games in a 2-0 loss to the U.S. in the Quarterfinals.


New York Rangers
Ryan Callahan (USA) - Callahan played 8:18 with no shots and took a first-period hooking penalty in the 2-0 U.S. win against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Chris Drury (USA) -  Drury had one shot and had several key blocked shots on Switzerland power plays in 13:05 of ice time

Marian Gaborik (Slovakia) - Gaborik opened the scoring in a 4-3 Slovakia win.

Olli Jokinen (Finland) - Jokinen had one shot on goal in 12:25 of ice time in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Henrik Lundqvist (Sweden) - Lundqvist allowed 4 goals on 14 shots as Sweden was eliminated, 4-3.

Ottawa Senators
Daniel Alfredsson (Sweden) - Alfredsson scored the final Swedish goal at the 2010 Olympics as they fell, 4-3.

Filip Kuba (Czech Republic) - Kuba notched one shot on goal in 21:17 of ice time in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Milan Michalek (Czech Republic) - Michalek had three shots on goal and created several scoring opportunities in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Jarkko Ruutu (Finland) - Ruutu tallied one shot on goal in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Anton Volchenkov (Russia) - Volchenkov assisted on Russia's first goal in its 7-3 loss to Canada.

Philadelphia Flyers
Oskars Bartulis (Latvia) - Latvia was elminated from the Games in a 3-2 loss to Czech Republic Tuesday.

Chris Pronger (Canada) - Pronger was a plus-1 and assisted on the opening goal in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

Mike Richards (Canada) - Richards was also a plus-1 and assisted on Rick Nash's goal in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

Kimmo Timonen (Finland) - Timonen was a plus-1 and played a team-high 25:46 in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Phoenix Coyotes
Ilya Bryzgalov (Russia) - Bryzgalov allowed one goal and made 18 saves after replacing Evgeni Nabokov during the second period of Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.

Sami Lepisto (Finland) - Lepisto had one shot on goal in 19:24 of ice time in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Zbynek Michalek (Czech Republic) - Michalek played 9:43 in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Pittsburgh Penguins
Sidney Crosby (Canada) - Crosby had four shots and registered 17:34 of ice time in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

Marc-Andre Fleury (Canada) - Fleury did not play in Canada's 7-3 victory over Russia.

Sergei Gonchar (Russia) - Gonchar scored Russia's third goal in its 7-3 loss to Canada.

Evgeni Malkin (Russia) - Malkin assisted on Gonchar's goal in Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.

Brooks Orpik (USA) - Orpik had one shot in 15:19 of ice time in the 2-0 U.S. win against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

San Jose Sharks
Dan Boyle (Canada) - Boyle scored a power-play goal and had two assists in Canada's 7-3 win over Russia.

Dany Heatley (Canada) - Heatley assisted on Dan Boyle's goal in Canada's 7-3 victory over Russia.

Thomas Greiss (Germany) - Germany was elminated from the Games in an 8-2 loss to Canada.

Patrick Marleau (Canada) - Marleau led Canada with six shots and had an assist in its 7-3 win over Russia.

Douglas Murray (Sweden) - Murray finished a plus-1 in a 4-3 loss to Slovakia.

Evgeni Nabokov (Russia) - Nabokov allowed six goals on 23 shots in Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.

Joe Pavelski (USA) - Pavelski had two shots in 10:15 of ice time in the 2-0 victory for the U.S. against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Joe Thornton (Canada) - Thornton recorded 12:43 of ice time in Canada's 7-3 victory over Russia.

St. Louis Blues
David Backes (USA) - Backes had two shots in 10:18 of ice time in the U.S.'s 2-0 win against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Erik Johnson (USA) - Johnson was plus-1 with two shots in 17:27 of ice time for the U.S. in a 2-0 win against Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Roman Polak (Czech Republic) - Polak had one shot on goal and two penalty minutes in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Tampa Bay Lightning
Antero Niittymaki (Finland) - Niittymaki did not play in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Mattias Ohlund (Sweden) - Ohlund fired three shots and ended a plus-2 in a 4-3 loss Wednesday.

Ryan Malone (USA) -  Malone had a second-period roughing penalty and one shot on goal in 10:11 of ice time as the U.S. beat Switzerland, 2-0, in the Quarterfinals.

Andrej Meszaros (Slovakia) - Meszaros had 19:32 of ice team in a 4-3 victory over Sweden.

Toronto Maple Leafs
Jonas Gustavsson (Sweden) - Gustavsson did not play in a 4-3 loss to Slovakia.

Tomas Kaberle (Czech Republic) - Kaberle recorded three shots on goal and was a minus-1 in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Phil Kessel (USA) - Kessel had a game-high five shots in just 10:01 of ice time as the U.S. downed Switzerland, 2-0, in the Quarterfinals.

Vancouver Canucks
Pavol Demitra (Slovakia) - Demitra led the way with a goal and two assists as Slovakia eliminated Sweden, 4-3.

Christian Ehrhoff (Germany) - Germany was elminated from the Games in an 8-2 loss to Canada.

Ryan Kesler (USA) - Kesler had four shots and a plus-1 rating, and had a goal disallowed when it was ruled his shot crossed the goal line a split second after time expired in the second period. He also had a high-sticking penalty in the third period, and played 19:16 in the U.S.'s 2-0 defeat of Switzerland in the Quarterfinals.

Roberto Luongo (Canada) - Luongo made 25 saves to lead Canada in its 7-3 victory over Russia.

Sami Salo (Finland) - Salo was a plus-1 with three shots on goal in Finland's 2-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Daniel Sedin (Sweden) - Daniel finished with just one shot on goal in a 4-3 loss.

Henrik Sedin (Sweden) - Henrik had a shot on goal in 13:43 of ice time against Slovakia.

Washington Capitals
Nicklas Backstrom (Sweden) -  Backstrom had an assist as Sweden fell, 4-3.

Tomas Fleischmann (Czech Republic) - Fleischmann had four shots on goal in 18:11 of ice time in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland.

Alex Ovechkin (Russia) - Ovechkin led Russia in 21:15 of ice time in its 7-3 loss to Canada.

Alexander Semin (Russia) - Semin had three shots and was a minus-2 in Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.

Semyon Varlamov (Russia) - Varlamov did not play in Russia's 7-3 loss to Canada.