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Turin

, Italy. He claimed, "I'm a lot better player than my points indicate"; he had six goals and seven assists in 32 games when he made that comment. After seven-and-a-half seasons with Vancouver, Bertuzzi was dealt to the Florida Panthers, with whom he briefly played for until being traded again to the Red Wings. He then played single seasons with the Anaheim Ducks and the Calgary Flames before returning to Detroit in 2009 (2009–10 NHL season). Internationally, Bertuzzi has competed for Team Canada (Canada men's national ice hockey team) at the 2006 Winter Olympics (Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Men's tournament) in Turin, as well as the 1998 (1998 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships) and 2000 World Championships (2000 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships). Internationally, Luongo has competed for Team Canada (Canada national men's ice hockey team) in numerous tournaments. As a junior, he won a silver medal at the 1999 World Junior Championships (1999 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships), while being named Best Goaltender (List of IIHF World Under 20 Championship Directorate award winners) in his second tournament appearance. Luongo has won two gold medals at the 2003 (2003 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships) and 2004 World Championships (2004 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships) and a silver in the 2005 World Championships (2005 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships). He also won the 2004 World Cup (2004 World Cup of Hockey) championship and appeared in the 2006 Winter Olympics (Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics) in Turin as a backup to Martin Brodeur in both instances. He succeeded Brodeur as Canada's starting goaltender during the 2010 Winter Olympics (Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics) in Vancouver, winning a gold medal. thumb 250px left Luongo carrying the Canadian flag after the gold medal win against the United States national men's ice hockey team United States (File:Roberto Luongo 2010 flag.jpg) at the 2010 Winter Olympics (Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Men's tournament) alt A helmetless ice hockey goaltender carrying a large Canadian flag by its pole over his head as teammates, spectators and media look on. He is wearing a white and red jersey with white pads. Luongo was named to his first Winter Olympics (Ice hockey at the Winter Olympics) in 2006 (Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics). The tournament was held in Turin, Italy, his country of cultural origin. He again played behind Brodeur and appeared in two games. He made his Olympic debut in the second game of the round-robin with a 5–1 win against Germany (Germany national ice hockey team). WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin


Netherlands

articles 1453899 05092002 carlton_vanessa.jhtml "Vanessa Carlton Way Ahead Of The Curve After Debuting At #5" . MTV. May 10, 2002. Retrieved March 19, 2006. The single was successful on several other ''Billboard'' formats and topped the for four weeks in June, becoming the biggest hit of the year on that chart. It was 2002's sixth most-played single on U.S. radio (ranking sixth on the Hot 100 2002 year-end chart


Italy

, 2006. The single was successful on several other ''Billboard'' formats and topped the for four weeks in June, becoming the biggest hit of the year on that chart. It was 2002's sixth most-played single on U.S. radio (ranking sixth on the Hot 100 2002 year-end chart "2002 Year End Charts: The Billboard Hot 100 Singles & Tracks". ''Billboard (Billboard magazine)''. December 28, 2002. Retrieved


Germany

" . MTV. May 10, 2002. Retrieved March 19, 2006. The single was successful on several other ''Billboard'' formats and topped the for four weeks in June, becoming the biggest hit of the year on that chart. It was 2002's sixth most-played single on U.S. radio (ranking sixth on the Hot 100 2002 year-end chart "2002 Year End Charts: The Billboard Hot 100 Singles & Tracks". '' Billboard


Australia

;D'Angelo, Joe and Su, Liane. "Vanessa Carlton Way Ahead Of The Curve After Debuting At #5". MTV. May 10, 2002. Retrieved March 19, 2006. The single was successful on several other ''Billboard'' formats and topped the for four weeks in June, becoming the biggest hit of the year on that chart. It was 2002's sixth most-played single on U.S. radio (ranking sixth on the Hot 100 2002 year-end chart ref


France

. Retrieved March 19, 2006. The single was successful on several other ''Billboard'' formats and topped the for four weeks in June, becoming the biggest hit of the year on that chart. It was 2002's sixth most-played single on U.S. radio (ranking sixth on the Hot 100 2002 year-end chart "2002 Year End Charts: The Billboard Hot 100 Singles & Tracks". ''Billboard (Billboard magazine)''. December 28


United States

name "whitburn" It exceeded one million "spin (spin (radio))s" on radio, to claim its place in music industry history as the most-played single up to that point, until Natalie Imbruglia's "Torn (Torn (Ednaswap song))" broke the record two years later. The single reached #5 on the UK Singles Chart in 1996, and spent 14 weeks in the chart. It helped her debut album, ''Now in a Minute'', to #6 in the U.S


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