Found January 04, 2013 on Fox - The Hockey Guy:
St. Louis Blues prospect Ty Rattie scored Canada’s lone goal against the United States in the semi-finals of the World Junior Championship in Ufa, Russia.Goaltender Jordan Binnington, another Blues prospect, played the second half of game after Canada fell behind 4-0. Both he and Rattie should benefit from their participation.But hockey fans in the Great White North were pretty sour after the U.S. stunned Canada 5-1 to advance to the gold medal game. The Canadians will play for the bronze medal, which was definitely NOT their goal coming in.Losing, Rattie told reporters after the game, is “the worst feeling in the world.”What went wrong?“They came out quick,” Rattie told reporters. “We didn’t. We didn’t respond until the third – and that was too late.”Team USA coach Phil Housley, a former Blues defenseman, earned a big victory in his second career. One of his key performers was Harvard forward Jim Vesey, son of a former Blues and Boston Bruins forward by the same name.“We got the st...
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