Canada’s ‘crack’ win streak extended to seven games

Cracking Canada’s win streak to seven, the second longest in the history of the tournament, was extended on Saturday by a win over the United States.

The U.S. will face Colombia on Friday.

“Canada is on a roll, we have no excuse,” Canada’s coach, Mark Watson, told reporters.

Canada’s wins are the most in the tournament. “

We’ve been playing good hockey, playing hard, and we’re very fortunate to have played them and been able to win three straight.”

Canada’s wins are the most in the tournament.

Watson also praised Canada’s players for their performance in their home opener against the United Kingdom.

“I think the guys did a really good job,” Watson said.

“The team played very well. “

I think our team has been pretty solid in terms of their effort and their communication and their mental toughness. “

The team played very well.

“And we were able to put a few points on the board.” “

Watson, who was part of Canada’s roster that defeated the United Nations in the quarterfinals, said he was impressed with the team’s “character.” “

And we were able to put a few points on the board.”

Watson, who was part of Canada’s roster that defeated the United Nations in the quarterfinals, said he was impressed with the team’s “character.”

“I thought the guys played great hockey,” he said.