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The Nashville Predators had six players and two prospects participating in the 2010 Winter Olympics Ice Hockey Tournament, representing a total of seven countries. Additionally, Preds General Manager David Poile served as Associate GM of Team USA for the Olympic Games and Preds VP Gerry Helper assisted Team USA's Media Relations efforts in Vancouver. Check below for updates on the Preds representatives throughout the Olympic Tournament.

The Preds representatives combined to score six goals and 17 points in the tournament, led by Shea Weber with six points. Weber earned a spot on the All-Tournament team, while Weber and Suter returned to Nashville with medals.

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Broadcast Notes: All of the preliminary round games involving Preds players will be broadcast live in the United States on the NBC family of networks, including NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, and USA Network.
5 GP, 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM
Feb. 17 Slovakia (W, 3-1) 0-0-0, E
Feb. 19 Latvia (W, 5-2) 0-1-1, +1
Feb. 21 Russia (L, 2-4) 0-0-0, E
2nd Place Group B
Feb. 23 Qualification Round
vs. Latvia (OTW, 3-2)
0-0-0, E
Feb. 24 Quarterfinals
vs. Finland (L, 0-2)
0-0-0, E, 2 PIM

4 GP, 2-1-3, -1 ... led team in goals & points for tournament
Feb. 17 Sweden (L, 0-2) 0-0-0, E
Feb. 19 Finland (L, 0-5) 0-0-0, E
Feb. 20 Belarus (L, 3-5) 1-1-2, -1
4th Place Group C
Feb. 23 Qualification Round
vs. Canada (L, 2-8)
1-0-1, E

4 GP, 1-0-1, +1, 4 PIM
Feb. 17 Germany (W, 2-0) drew penalty which led to GW-PPG
Feb. 19 Belarus (W, 4-2) 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM
Feb. 21 Finland 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM
1st Place Group C
Feb. 24 Quarterfinals
vs. Slovakia (L, 3-4)
1-0-1, +1

4 GP, 0-0-0, -6, 4 PIM
Feb. 17 Sweden (L, 0-2) 0-0-0, -1
Feb. 19 Finland (L, 0-5) 0-0-0, E
Feb. 20 Belarus (L, 3-5) 0-0-0, -1, 4 PIM
4th Place Group C
Feb. 23 Qualification Round
vs. Canada (L, 2-8)
0-0-0, -4

6 GP, 0-4-4, +9, 2 PIM ... T-1st in tournament in plus/minus rating
Feb. 16 Switzerland (W, 3-1) 0-1-1, +1
Feb. 18 Norway (W, 6-1) 0-1-1, +1
Feb. 21 Canada (W, 5-3) 0-2-2, +3
1st Place Group A
Feb. 24 Quarterfinals
vs. Switzerland (W, 2-0)
0-0-0, +1
led team in ice time
Feb. 26 Semifinals
vs. Finland (W, 6-1)
0-0-0, +2
Feb. 28 Gold Medal Game
vs. Canada (OTL, 2-3)
0-0-0, +1
game-high 31:31 ice time

7 GP, 2-4-6, +4, 2 PIM ... named to All-Tournament Team
Feb. 16 Norway (W, 8-0) 0-1-1, +1
Feb. 18 Switzerland (SOW, 3-2) 0-1-1, +1
game high 27:13 TOI
Feb. 21 USA (L, 3-5) 0-1-1, -1
2nd Place Group A
Feb. 23 Qualification Round
vs. Germany (W, 8-2)
1-0-1, +2
Feb. 24 Quarterfinals
vs. Russia (W, 7-3)
1-0-1, +2
Feb. 26 Semifinals
vs. Slovakia (W, 3-2)
0-1-1, +1
Feb. 28 Gold Medal Game
vs. USA (OTW, 3-2)
0-0-0, -2

Two Preds prospects are also participating in the Tournament, defenseman Roman Josi for Switzerland and forward Alexander Radulov for Russia.
Roman Josi - Switzerland
Injured - Will Not Play in Tournament
Feb. 16 USA (L, 1-3) DNP - Inj
Feb. 18 Canada (SOL, 2-3) DNP - Inj
Feb. 20 Norway (OTW, 5-4) DNP - Inj
3rd Place Group A
Feb. 23 Qualification Round
vs. Belarus (3-2 SOW)
DNP - Inj
Feb. 24 Quarterfinals
vs. USA (L, 0-2)
DNP - Inj
Alexander Radulov - Russia
4 GP, 1-1-2, +1, 4 PIM
Feb. 16 Latvia (W, 8-2) 1-0-1, +1
Feb. 18 Slovakia (SOL, 1-2) 2 PIM
Feb. 21 Czech Republic (W, 4-2) 0-1-1, +1
1st Place Group B
Feb. 24 Quarterfinals
vs. Canada (L, 3-7)
0-0-0, -1




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P. Hornqvist 76 22 31 1 53
C. Smith 79 24 28 16 52
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R. Josi 72 13 27 -2 40
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R. Ellis 80 6 21 9 27
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