The Olympic Winter Games are closing in, and especially the hockey looks thrilling, so why not have a PF hockey pool championship! Find below 13 highly interesting matches to analyze. Check out the rules, fill in the form, and you might win eternal fame and glory! Form: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Tournament winner: Total number of goals scored in the matches above: Matches: Wednesday, Feb. 15 1. Russia vs. Slovakia Thursday, Feb. 16 2. Sweden vs. Russia Saturday, Feb. 18 3. Italy vs. Germany 4. Slovakia vs. United States 5. Czech Republic vs. Finland Sunday, Feb. 19 6. Germany vs. Switzerland 7. United States vs. Sweden 8. Finland vs. Canada Tuesday, Feb. 21 9. Latvia vs. Kazakhstan 10. Switzerland vs. Italy 11. Canada vs. Czech Republic 12. Sweden vs. Slovakia 13.United States vs. Russia Rules: * In each match, indicate how you think it will end: 1 = First team wins. X = Draw. 2 = Second team wins. * It is the result after 3*20min which counts, i.e. sudden death and sudden death penalties are not included. (Anyway, I’m not sure if there really will be any of those in case of a draw, have to check the tournament rules…) * The person who manages to guess most matches correctly wins. * In case there are several persons with the same number of correct matches, the mutual order is determined according to: 1) In first hand, the person who tipped most X:es (no matter if they turned out to be correct or not) beats the others. 2) In second hand, the person who correctly guessed the winner of the whole tournament beats the others. 3) In third hand, the person who makes the closest guess about how many goals will be scored in total in the 13 matches above, beats the others. (Sudden death goals and sudden death penalty goals do not count.) * The pool closes 24 hours before the first game (Russia vs. Slovakia) starts. Until that, feel free to edit your form anytime. * Anyone with more than one form will be disqualified. * These rules may be edited so please keep an eye on them. The latest version always holds.