A Shift-By-Shift Breakdown Of The Gold Medal Game

Scott Reynolds, a writer over at SB Nation's Edmonton Oilers site, The Copper & Blue, has a breathtaking analysis of Sunday's 3-2 Canadian victory. Aside from a lot of pro-Canadian (Edmonton, remember) sentiments, the amazing detail comes from a shift-by-shift breakdown of the entire game for the Canadian side.

Here's some of that detail:

21-87-12 and 02-08 OZ FO
10-51-24 and 27-06 DZ FO
15-19-11 and 20-22
21-87-12 and 02-07 OZ FO
15-19-11 and 27-06
61-16-18 and 02-08 OZ FO ends in Cdn. GOAL

10-51-24 and 20-22 NZ FO
21-87-12 and 02-08 DZ FO
15-19-11 and 02-08 ends in US penalty

10-51-24 and 20-27 OZ FO
21-87-12 and 22-06
21-87-12 and 22-06 NZ FO
15-19-11 and 02-08 penalty ends

15-19-11 and 02-08
61-16-18 and 27-07
10-51-24 and 20-22
21-87-12 and 02-08 OZ FO
61-37-16 and 27-06 DZ FO with 37 taking FO
61-16-37 and 27-06 DZ FO with 16 taking FO and 37 to bench on clear

The numbers represent each player, 'DZ FO' means defensive zone face off and 'OZ FO' means offensive zone face off. For the rest, head over to C&B.

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