The result was a win by the Czech Republic, who got the better of Canadian goalie Ben Scrivens by winning the penalty-shot portion of the program, We apologize, but this video has failed to load. After a slick deke that briefly beat Czech goalie Pavel Francouz, Noreau had to watch in desperation as the puck trickled towards the net before ultimately bouncing off the bottom of the right post. Game over.
We apologize, but this video has abortive to load. Under the page accord, Quebecor has agreed to pay the city to manage the arena designed for at least 25 years, with a possibility to extend the contract designed for an additional 15 years. Which was a nice touch. There was all the time hope the NHL would be ago in Quebec City at some advantage, but it took the Canadian dollar catching up to the US beat to upgrade the hope from barely audible to realistic. Winnipeg will surely ascertain this. Writes Graeme Hamilton of the National Post: The arena project has generated controversy over the agreement along with Quebecor, which critics say enjoys altogether the benefits while assuming little of the risk. The agreement differs a small amount from a preliminary version made broadcast last winter. After all, the association seems pretty dedicated to keeping the Coyotes in Phoenix.