Canada's head coach Lindy Ruff reacts during the quarterfinals match Canada vs Sweden at the 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships on May 16, 2013 in Stockholm. Sweden won 3-2.
Shootouts are strange. You want to curse at shootouts sometimes and then you want to second-guess the personnel you use when you don't score and you're happy when you do scoreMore quotes »
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a key second half stretch on dominating hockey. The future looked bright for Jhonas, then for some inexplicable reason, Lindy Ruff decided to ride Miller to the point of exhaustion in 2011-12. The Sabres struggled mightily December-February that season and from Hockey Buzz Read more »
Shootout loss to Sweden sends Canada home early
Canada out this time. Canada last advanced to the semi-finals in 2009 en route to a silver medal. Current head coach Lindy Ruff was behind Canada's bench that year too. Canada last won a world title in 2007. For all the skill, experience and firepower this from The Mississauga News Read more »
Fourth time unlucky for Jordan Eberle, Team Canada as they crash out in quarter final yet again
at centre and a cast of several on the port side. Staal started the game there, and with just 11 forwards at his disposal, Lindy Ruff had to stray from the planned rotation. Ruff had decided to dress an eighth defenceman rather than an extra forward (Jaden from Edmonton Journal Read more »
Canada plots Sedins strategy for world hockey championship quarter-final
game between the two countries close by foiling Canada on several golden scoring chances early in the game. Head coach Lindy Ruff wouldn’t comment on his starter, but Mike Smith’s 33 saves for the shutout against Sweden in the round robin means he’s likely from Globe and Mail Read more »
ROOM FOR TIPPETT?
like that by Krueger might make sense for the Oilers with a couple of proven, blue chip coaching candidates on the horizon -- Lindy Ruff and Dave Tippett, who are both behind the bench with Team Canada at the World Championships right now. I ran Tippett's from Edmonton Oilers Hockey Blog Read more »