Hockey Playoff In Canada And US

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Hockey Playoff in Canada and US
Is this a case of patriotism or shame?

Please don’t answer if you’re just gonna say or anything like that. This is a serious question and I wouldn’t ask y’all if it wasn’t.

Two of my teammates on my beer league team, including our best player, have a Canadian father and Mexican mother but were born in Texas learned their hockey here. They often play the Canadian card when around hockey, but typically root for the US in international play, though one is a Leafs fan and the other likes the Red Wings .. so how should I, as a Canada fan, “take it” when they more than likely crack jokes at those who always have rooted for Canada eh? Tonight is our last game before the playoffs, so I don’t want a joke to be taken the wrong way and possibly hurt the nucleus we have worked on all season to go bye-bye.

So whats the problem? I was born in Kanata but now live in the States. I have already received many calls from my American cousins and friends ribbing me about Canada’s loss. Its all part of being a fan. Its probably the “beer”league you play in, Down there you can’t drink Coronas and play hockey.

Hockey Canada Cup 2009 – Playoff Day #1


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