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Team USA will have a new look at the 2014 Winter Olympics, and it will be, well, interesting. USA Hockey unveiled its new sweaters Tuesday morning at a ceremony at Kettler Iceplex in Virginia where they are currently in the midst of their orientation camp in advance of this February’s games. The jersey unveil came in front of a large crowd at the Washington Capitals’ practice complex. Former Team USA stars Bill Guerin and Chris Drury wore the Nike jerseys out, and the prospective players for the games in Sochi also showcased the new look. See the sweater design below. Filed under: Headlines, Mike Cole, NHL

Best post-lockout Ranger: Round 2, Marc Staal (1) vs. Chris Drury (8)

As the offseason wears on, us and Matt Josephs of Blue Line Station (Twitter: 11Matt_Josephs8) will be running a tournament for the Best Ranger since the 2005 lockout. Today the second round continues with #1 Marc Staal vs. #8 Chris Drury. Just a note: I am on vacation. The tournament posts are still going up, but I had to schedule them in advance, so the winners of the previous...

Team USA Unveils Hockey Jerseys For 2014 Olympics

  For better or worse those are the jerseys that will be worn by Team USA at Sochi 2014. They kind of have a weird soccer jersey feel to them, but there’s nothing anyone can do about it now. The jerseys were unveiled by former Olympians Chris Drury and Bill Guerin. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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