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MINSK, Belarus - When Troy Brouwer returned from a vacation during the NHLs Olympic break, he tuned in to the final few games of Team Canadas run to gold in Sochi. Understandably, he liked what he saw. "I think the Olympic team did an absolutely amazing job at showing how Canadians play hockey," said Brouwer. Brouwer wasnt the only one. Phoenix Coyotes coach Dave Tippett saw not just a winning style of hockey but something to emulate. As coach of Canadas team at the world championship, he wants to follow the path blazed by Mike Babcock and the stars who went undefeated at the Olympics. "I look at the blueprint from a few months ago in Sochi, the way Canada played: A hard, Canadian style of hockey," Tippett said in a recent phone interview. "If we can go and try to continue that mindset for our team, I think that would be something that would be crazy not to look at." It would be crazy to think any team can duplicate that effort in perfect fashion. Canadas team for the IIHF world hockey championship wont have any players from Sochi and this is a different tournament altogether. Most of the other countries are in the same boat, absent the top-end NHL talent from the Olympics, save for Alex Ovechkin and Sergei Bobrovsky returning for Russia after its disappointing run and others like Jaromir Jagr of the Czech Republic and Gustav Nyquist of Sweden also going to Minsk. But that doesnt change Canaadas plan for this tournament, which begins with Fridays opener against France. Kyle Turris isnt Sidney Crosby, Morgan Rielly isnt Shea Weber and neither James Reimer nor Ben Scrivens is Carey Price, but the hope is that talented NHL players in their own right can get the same job done. "I think your team has to have its own identity, but you look at what that team did and the success it had on the big ice and with NHL players, theres certainly some things that you can use on our team," Tippett said. "The team that played in Sochi, you could say was one of the best teams in the history of the game, the way they played. You realize we dont have that same team, but the way they played and their commitment to playing as a team was as strong as anything weve seen in a long time. That part of the game can certainly translate into our team." The first steps are there. General manager Rob Blake along with assistant GMs Ron Hextall, Brad Treliving and Brad Pascall, like Steve Yzerman and his management team several months ago, looked for forward pairs to put together. Tippett, like Babcock, believes in having a left- and a right-handed shot on each defensive pairing. In terms of selecting the roster, Blake reiterated the obvious: that unlike the Olympics, an event every healthy player called wants badly to play in, the world championship is more selective. It has been a long NHL season and its too much of a grind to expect Sochi Olympians to jump at the chance to play three extra weeks in Minsk. "You go down to the tier of the younger guys and you get your commitments," Blake said in a phone interview. "You kind of work around. But Ron Hextall, Brad Treliving and Brad Pascall, the one thing they were pretty passionate about from the beginning is the guys that want to be there, those are the ones that you want." That group includes three Maple Leafs: Reimer, Rielly and centre Nazem Kadri, who played on the wing in Canadas exhibition game Tuesday in Zurich. It also includes in defenceman Braydon Coburn and forwards Brayden Schenn and Matt Read, three Flyers who just wrapped up a seven-game series loss to the Rangers. The crown jewel of the roster might be one of the final additions: Colorado Avalanche rookie Nathan MacKinnon, the likely Calder Trophy winner who impressed in his first season and first Stanley Cup playoff series. MacKinnon is on the team at age 18 like Crosby was in 2006, when the Penguins star had eight goals and eight assists in nine games. Even before MacKinnon it was a young team thanks to defencemen Erik Gudbranson, Ryan Ellis, Tyler Myers and Rielly and forwards Jonathan Huberdeau, Sean Monahan and Mark Scheifele. Jason Chimera of the Washington Capitals, who won gold at the 2007 worlds in Moscow, is Canadas oldest player at the age of 35. Chimeras Capitals teammates Brouwer and Joel Ward are also on the roster. Chimera, a candidate to be captain, is important to Tippetts plan for the tournament because he knows what its all about. "The importance of the players who have been over there before and their experiences, especially relating that to our younger players that havent had that experience, is going to be a very important part of our preparation," Tippett said. The one thing about Canadas relative international inexperience is that its not a rarity here. Aside from Norway, Switzerland and Latvia, which feature national teams with major Sochi flavour, most teams have significant turnover from the Olympics. Tippett didnt see that as something Canada can take advantage of. From his experience as an assistant in this tournament, he knows what it means for European players and countries. "For the players that play in those leagues over there, this is their Stanley Cup playoffs," Tippett said. "If they win, their country puts a lot of onus on this tournament, and even though the players on our team would look at the Stanley Cup as the greatest thing to play for, you almost have to have that mind-set that the world championships, for a lot of these players over there, thats their Stanley Cup. "Well make sure that our players know the importance it is to those other teams to win and our competitiveness should be at the same level if were going to have a chance to win." --- Follow @SWhyno on Twitter Clement Lenglet Jersey .Sinclair, from Burnaby, B.C., led the Canadian team with three goals at the four-nation competition. She also earned tournament most valuable player honours.The Canadian captain scored on a penalty kick in the 63rd minute and added the winning goal a minute later. Arthur Barcelona Jersey . -- Chicago manager Darold Butler has a message for the Windy City. http://www.barcelonasoccerpro.com/Authe ... -Jersey/.J. -- Pitcher Carl Pavano is retiring after 14 major league seasons. Samuel Umtiti Jersey . The German has taken the pole for three straight races -- winning the first two. Hes aiming for a third consecutive win at the Yeongam circuit and, most importantly, a fourth consecutive F1 championship. Sergio Busquets Barcelona Jersey . Now, Sarah Burkes legacy will live on in Canadas Sports Hall of Fame. Burke, who tragically died at age 29 from a training accident in 2012, headlined the 2014 class named for induction Wednesday.London, England (SportsNetwork.com) - Former finalist Juan Martin del Potro and Swiss slugger Stanislas Wawrinka were Mondays round-robin winners at the $6 million ATP World Tour Finals. The fourth-seeded del Potro was tested mightily by eighth seed Richard Gasquet before prevailing in the Day 1 nightcap, 6-7 (4-7), 6-3, 7-5, in 2 hours, 23 minutes. The tall Argentine broke for a 6-5 lead in the third set and then held his powerful serve to pickup the win. "Delpo" broke Gasquet four times, while the nifty Frenchman settled for two breaks in his first Tour Finals match in six years. The world No. 9 Gasquet corralled the final spot for this eight-man tournament last week. World No. 4 Andy Murray is missing the event after undergoing a recent back surgery. Meanwhile, making his debut at this lucrative event, the seventh-seeded world No. 8 Wawrinka knocked off sixth-ranked Tomas Berdych 6-3, 6-7 (0-7), 6-3 in 2 hours, 25 minutes at the prestigious season-ending event at Londons O2 Arena. The big-serving affair featured 27 aces, including 16 from the formidable Berdych. Wawrinka broke the fifth-seeded Berdych on two occasions and held his serve throughout on Monday. "My first impression was really, really nice to be here," Wawrinka said. "I saw that tournament so maany times on TV.dddddddddddd To win my first match here was something really special." This weeks four-player Group A features world No. 1 and U.S. and French Open champion Rafael Nadal, Roland Garros runner-up David Ferrer, the former Wimbledon finalist Berdych (0-1), and Wawrinka (1-0). Group B is comprised of Australian Open titlist Novak Djokovic, the former U.S. Open champ del Potro (1-0), 17-time Grand Slam winner Roger Federer, and Gasquet (0-1). The two-time champion Djokovic was last years big winner at The O2, beating the six-time Tour Finals champ Federer in the final. Djokovic and Federer are the only former champions in this years field. Nadal was the runner-up in 2010, Ferrer was the runner-up in 2007, and del Potro was a runner-up back in 2009. The hot Djokovic beat Ferrer in last weeks final at the Paris Masters and has won his last 17 matches overall. On Tuesday, Nadal will battle his third-seeded fellow Spaniard Ferrer and the second-seeded Djokovic will take on his sixth-seeded fellow former No. 1 Federer. Round-robin play will be staged through Saturday in London, with the semifinals on Sunday, and the final next Monday. The top-two players from each group will qualify for the semis. An undefeated champion this week would earn $1.923 million. ' ' '


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