Gord Miller

My Team Canada - Gord Miller : 03/19/2009

Gord Miller has covered hockey extensively as a host, reporter and commentator since joining TSN in 1990. Miller first called hockey games for TSN in 1993 at the IIHF World Championship, which was quickly followed by play-by-play action for TSN's coverage of the NHL, IIHF World Junior Championship, World Cup of Hockey, IIHF World Women’s Championships and various Memorial Cups. In addition to hockey, Miller previously covered other high profile sports events for TSN including the Olympic Games, World Cup, World Series, British Open and World Figure Skating Championships. Miller also worked as TSN's CFL play-by-play announcer for six years.

Forwards Defense
  • Jeff Carter
  • Sidney Crosby
  • Shane Doan
  • Simon Gagne
  • Ryan Getzlaf
  • Dany Heatley
  • Jarome Iginla
  • Vincent Lecavalier
  • Brenden Morrow
  • Rick Nash
  • Mike Richards
  • Patrick Sharp
  • Joe Thornton
  • Jay Bouwmeester
  • Dan Boyle
  • Mike Green
  • Scott Niedermayer
  • Dion Phaneuf
  • Chris Pronger
  • Shea Weber
Goaltenders
  • Martin Brodeur
  • Roberto Luongo
  • Steve Mason

Goaltenders: It's Roberto Luongo's time to shine in his home NHL arena. Marty Brodeur can step in at a moment's notice, while Steve Mason can learn from two of the best for the future.

Defense: Canada will be looking to play a Detroit-style puck posession game in Vancouver, and all seven of these defencemen can make plays, which will be essential. 

Forwards: The problem Canada faces is that there are so many centres from which to choose, which is why I'm moving Sidney Crosby and Jeff Carter to the wing. The Lecavalier line (Crosby-Lecavalier-Iginla) has all the elements a first line needs, Getzlaf's unit (Heatley-Getzlaf-Nash) has great chemistry from past international competitions, Thornton's line (Doan-Thornton-Gagne) brings Olympic experience, and the "fourth line" (Morrow-Richards-Carter) has the versatility necessary to play any kind of game required. Thirteenth forward Patrick Sharp can play any forward position, kill penalties or play on the power play.

2010 Olympic Winter Games (Men)
Preliminary Round
Feb. 16 CAN 8 - NOR 0
Feb. 18 SUI 2 - CAN 3 (SO)
Feb. 21 CAN 3 - USA 5
Qualification
Feb. 23
CAN 8 - GER 2
Quarter-Final
Feb. 24
CAN 7 - RUS 3
Semifinal
Feb. 26 USA 6 - FIN 1
Feb. 26 CAN 3 - SVK 2
Bronze Medal
Feb. 27
FIN 5 - SVK 3
Gold Medal
Feb. 28 USA 2 - CAN 3 (OT)
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Videos
Photos
2010-11 NST: Morning Skate
Oct 14, 2010
The NST takes to the ice for a morning skate before a three game exhibition series against USA.
2010 PARA: USA 2 - JPN 0 Gold
Mar 20, 2010
United States vs. Japan at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. (Gold)
2010 PARA: NOR 2 - CAN 1 Bronze
Mar 19, 2010
Canada vs. Norway at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. (Bronze)
2010 PARA: CAN 1 - JPN 3
Mar 18, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team vs. Japan at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA: NOR 0 - CAN 5
Mar 16, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team vs. Norway at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA: Reception
Mar 15, 2010
Canada's NST attends a reception during the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA: CAN 10 - SWE 1
Mar 14, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team vs. Sweden at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA: CAN 4 - ITA 0
Mar 13, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team vs. Italy at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
2010 PARA : Opening Ceremony
Mar 12, 2010
Canada's NST taking part to the Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games in Vancouver.
2010 PARA: Practice
Mar 11, 2010
Canada's NST takes to the ice at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games
2010 PARA: Misc.
Mar 03, 2010
Canada's National Sledge Team Captain, Jean Labonté, takes a run with the Olympic Torch Relay.
2010 OLYW: Flag Raising
Feb 10, 2010
Canada's National Women's Team taking part in the Flag Raising ceremony at the Olympic Village in Vancouver, B.C.
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