Nashville Predators 2010 Winter Olympics Statistics

During the 2010 Winter Olympics we'll track the performance of the Nashville Predators as they represent their various home countries. This post will be maintained on the front page of this site each morning.

Nashville Predators Winter Olympic poster


Nashville Predators Olympics Statistics

Player
CTY GP Goals Assists
Points +/- SOG PIM
Ryan Suter
USA 6 0 4 4 +9 16 2
Shea Weber
CAN 7 2 4 6 +4 18 2
Martin Erat
CZE 5 0 1 1 +1 6 2
Patric Hornqvist
SWE 4 1 0 1 +1 12
4
Marcel Goc
GER 4 2 1 3 -1 8 0
Alexander Sulzer
GER 4 0 0 0 -6 3 4
Total
- 30 5 10 15 +8 63 14

Follow after the jump for individual game-by-game results and notes, as only two Predators (Ryan Suter and Shea Weber) remain in the tournament...


Ryan Suter, USA

#20 / Defenseman / Nashville Predators

6-1

194

Jan 21, 1985


GP Goals Assists
Points +/- SOG PIM TOI
Pool Play

vs. Switzerland (W 3-1)
0 1 1 +1 1
2
19:03
vs. Norway (W 6-1)

0 1 1 +1 3 0 21:33
vs. Canada (W 5-3)

0 2 2 +3 3 0 21:27
vs. Switzerland (W 2-0)

0 0 0 +1 4 0 24:05
vs. Finland (W 6-0)

0 0 0 +2 2
0 19:23
vs. Canada (L 3-2)

0 0 0 +1 3
0 31:31
Total
6
0 4 4
+8 13 2 22:50

Leads Team USA in assists, Plus/Minus, and Time On Ice.


Shea Weber, Canada

#6 / Defenseman / Nashville Predators

6-4

230

Aug 14, 1985



GP Goals Assists
Points +/- SOG PIM TOI
Pool Play

vs. Norway (W 8-0)
0 1 1 +1 4
2
19:40
vs. Switzerland (W 3-2)
0 1 1 +1 3 0 27:13
vs. USA (L 3-5)
0 1 1 -1 4 0 19:09
vs. Germany (W 8-2)
1 0 1 +2 2 0 18:03
vs. Russia (W 7-3)
1 0 1 +2 3 0 18:46
vs. Slovakia (W 3-2)
0 1 1 +1 1 0 19:25
vs. USA (W 3-2)

0 0 0 -2 1
0 21:34
Total
7 2 4 6 +6 17 2 20:32

Logged huge ice time against Switzerland, over 4 minutes more than 2nd-best Scott Niedermayer. Against Germany, the puck actually blew through the net for his score. Named by the media to the All-Star Team from the Olympic tournament.


Martin Erat, Czech Republic

#10 / Left Wing / Nashville Predators

6-0

203

Aug 29, 1981



GP Goals Assists
Points +/- SOG PIM TOI
Pool Play

vs. Slovakia (W 3-1)
0 0 0 E 1
0
15:06
vs. Latvia (W 5-2)
0 1 1 +1 1 0 14:39
vs. Russia (L 2-4)
0 0 0 E 1 0 15:48
vs. Latvia (W 3-2)
0 0 0 E 2 0 19:15
vs. Finland (L 0-2)
0 0 0 E 1 2 15:28
Total
5 0 1 1 +1 6 2 16:03

Had the primary assist on the opening goal in the win over Latvia, but hasn't created much offensively at all. His delay of game penalty against Finland led to their winning goal, which eliminated the Czech Republic from the tournament.


Patric Hornqvist, Sweden

#27 / Right Wing / Nashville Predators

5-11

186

Jan 01, 1987



GP Goals Assists
Points +/- SOG PIM TOI
Pool Play

vs. Germany (W 2-0)
0 0 0 E 2
0
12:29
vs. Belarus (W 4-2)
0 0 0 E 5 2 15:24
vs. Finland (W 3-0)
0 0 0 E 2 2 8:00
vs. Slovakia (L 3-4)
1
0 1
+1
3
0 16:34
Total
4
1
0 1
+1
12
4 13:07

One penalty led to a power play goal for Belarus, allowing them back into a game that Sweden had led 3-0 beforehand. Against Finland, an elbow to the head late in the second period by Joni Pitkanen knocked him from the game. Came back from that to score against Slovakia in the quarterfinal. Tied for 2nd on Team Sweden in shots on goal.

Marcel Goc, Germany

#9 / Center / Nashville Predators

6-1

200

Aug 24, 1983



GP Goals Assists
Points +/- SOG PIM TOI
Pool Play

vs. Sweden (L 0-2)
0 0 0 E 0
0
16:54
vs. Finland (L 1-5)
0 0 0 E 0 0 17:29
vs. Belarus (L 3-5)
1 1 2 -1 6 0 21:20
vs. Canada (L 2-8)
1 0 1 E 2 0 17:47
Total
4 2 1 3 -1 8 0 18:22

Led the German team in scoring and forwards in ice time, finally had a breakout game in the loss to Belarus. His goal tied the score at 3-3 midway through the 3rd period.


Alexander Sulzer, Germany

#52 / Defenseman / Nashville Predators

6-1

204

May 30, 1984



GP Goals Assists
Points +/- SOG PIM TOI
Pool Play

vs. Sweden (L 0-2)
0 0 0 -1 0
0
14:40
vs. Finland (L 1-5)
0 0 0 E 1 0 16:59
vs. Belarus (L 3-5)
0 0 0 -1 0 4 15:07
vs. Belarus (L 3-5)
0 0 0 -4 2 0 13:52
Total
4 0 0 0 -6 3 4 15:07

3rd on German defense in ice time behind Christian Ehrhoff and Dennis Seidenberg, his hooking penalty in the 3rd period against Belarus led to their winning goal on the ensuing power play.

Thanks to SB Nation's San Jose Sharks blog, Fear the Fin, for the inspiration behind this format.

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