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The Russia captain and Detroit Red Wings star on Tuesday said he is healthy for the Olympics after joining the home team for its second full practice.
Feb. 12 - Olympic men's hockey tournament begins: Sochi, Russia.
Pavel Datsyuk won't allow a nagging injury to keep him out of the biggest event of his hockey life.
Rene Fasel is on a mission to keep hockey in the Olympics as compelling and competitive as possible, and it's going to be a tougher task for the president of the International Ice Hockey Federation in the next four years.
The ice surface is bigger, the pay non-existent and what used to mean bragging rights around the world in the days of dueling superpowers counts for less now that everyone wound up on the same side of capitalism. The trade-off is that you might see one, and as many four, hockey games better-played than anything in an entire season of National Hockey League contests. Here's a look at the upcoming Olympic men's hockey tournament.
Many would think there wouldn't be too many differences between Olympic hockey and the NHL, but athletes in Sochi will have to adapt to larger rink sizes and different rules.
The Russians are resting Pavel Datsyuk, hoping he'll be healthy enough to play in their Sochi Games opener.
Canada's quest is to win Olympic gold in hockey again.
A few hours after Alex Ovechkin awoke on the NHL's chartered luxury jet Monday, he was among the first Russians on the Olympic ice for practice.