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Mike Babcock wont bend to the pressure that befalls the Canadian mens Olympic hockey team. http://www.francenationalshop.com/NGolo-Kante-France-Jersey/ . He wont bend to outlandish questions either. The Detroit Red Wings bench boss is two practices deep with his squad and is already being bombarded -- as expected -- with a wide array of questions. Speaking to reporters after practice Tuesday, Babcock was candid yet focused on the task at hand. "You feel pressure because its the pressure you put on yourselves to perform," he said. "We take our job seriously. We like to brag as a nation that we are the best in the world in hockey, but you cant just brag, (you) need to win and back it up" Its no secret that there is pressure on Canada, not only to defend a gold medal, but also to stand behind a reputation as the centre of the hockey world. And while Babcock may worry about the high level of competition at the Olympics, he refused to worry about a question of whether it was safe to room all three goalies together in Sochi in case one of them gets sick. "You guys (reporters) spend way too much time thinking about this stuff ," he said. "Its rare you put three goalies together in one room? Well its rare you put any three of anyone together because we all get our own room in the NHL." http://www.francenationalshop.com/Benoit-Tremoulinas-France-Jersey/ .Kemba Walker added 16 points for the Hornets (3-2). Charlotte trailed 68-63 before pulling away with a 23-1 run.John Wall scored 14 points for the Wizards (4-2) on 3-for-12 shooting. He had three assists and four turnovers. http://www.francenationalshop.com/Lassana-Diarra-France-Jersey/ . - The Oakland Raiders have officially hired four assistant coaches for new coach Jack Del Rios staff.LIVERPOOL, N.S. - Nova Scotias Mary Fay guaranteed at least one more match and a shot at the Canadian junior curling championships final on home ice. Fay, who skips from nearby Chester, N.S., fell behind 3-0 on Thursday before rallying past Saskatchewans Kristen Streifel 7-6. The win clinches a tiebreaker berth for Fay, third Jenn Smith, second Karlee Burgess and lead Janique LeBlanc, wholl play Ontarios Molly Greenwood on Friday for a spot in Saturdays semifinal. "Were not satisfied," said Fay (7-2). "Were going to keep fighting, for sure, because we want to do the best we possibly can. And we know we can be right there." Albertas Kelsey Rocque (9-1) clinched a bye to Saturdays final by beating Manitobas Meaghan Brezden 6-4, while B.C.s Kalia Van Osch (8-2) will play either Fay or Greenwoodd in the semi. http://www.francenationalshop.com/Patrice-Evra-France-Jersey/. "Being the first time for us to come to nationals, and doing so well, its definitely a really good feeling," said Fay. "But we knew we could compete with these teams. I just know I have the best teammates, and we work so hard. I know that every time we go onto the ice, we can make the shots to compete with these teams. "I dont know how much I expected, but I expected to do well and were really pleased with how its going so far." Meanwhile, the Yukons Sarah Koltun stole one in the 11th end for a 9-8 win over Northern Ontarios Krysta Burns. In mens seeding-round games, the Yukons Joe Wallingham was a 6-5 winner over Newfoundland and Labradors Stephen Trickett, while Quebecs Adam Freilich turned back the Northwest Territories Matthew Miller 10-3. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' ' 
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