Can You Say 4-peat?



I know, I know, I promised part 4 in my series of "What NASCAR Needs To Fix", but being a hockey fan I must write about what has happened in the last week.

 

Today Canada won a thriller in overtime over Sweden to claim their 4th consecutive Gold Medal at the World Jr Hockey Championships. Way to go boys, we're all proud of you. Not only that, but Canada has only lost 1 game in the last 24 games played at the World Juniors - that means they have only lost one game since 2004. Whoa, I bet even Rick Hendrick is envious of this winning streak.

 

Not to be outdone Team Ontario defeated Team USA to win the World Under-17 Championship this week too. Again, way to go boys, we're all proud of you.

 

Finally, last week the Canadian Men's Team skated to a 2-1 win over the Russian club Salavat Yulaev Ufa to win the Spengler Cup. Wow, way to go guys, we're all proud of you.

 

The Women's World Championships happen later this month, let's see if we can make 4 Golds in a month. Bring it home girls, we're cheering for you.

You know, this is sort of a prelude to my next post. I promise this post will lead to NASCAR and part 4 in my series. Bear with me, when you read what I have to say you'll get a very clear picture about how all this ties in. Trust me ...

 

 


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