Canada is Golden

Sidney Crosby redeemed himself in the eyes of Canada with a golden goal to scoop the gold medal for Team Canada in Sunday’s big game against the United States. The game was tense and down to the wire, but Canada pulled off an overtime victory to defeat the Americans by a final score of 3-2Continue reading “Canada is Golden”

Finland Takes Bronze

Olli Jokinen led the third-period charge with two goals and helped the Finnish hockey team come back over the Slovaks, who led the game 3-1 going into the third period at Canada Hockey Place. Finland scored three goals in 3:35 to come back from the deficit. While they were happy with the win, most playersContinue reading “Finland Takes Bronze”

Canada’s Women Take Hockey Gold

In defeating the Americans by a score of 2-0, the Canadian women’s hockey team took to the ice in a celebration that many of them will not soon forget. With Shannan Szabados’ shutout leading the way, the women’s hockey team piled on their goalie and kept the celebration going well into Thursday night. Olympic goldContinue reading “Canada’s Women Take Hockey Gold”

Will Wayne Gretzky Be the Torchbearer in Vancouver?

It’s an exciting time here in Vancouver, that’s for sure. The city is packed to the brim with every kind of reporter and media type you can imagine and getting a decent parking space is damn near impossible. The entire region has a pretty big buzz about it and the presence of the Olympics canContinue reading “Will Wayne Gretzky Be the Torchbearer in Vancouver?”

Martin to Miss Olympics

Defenceman Paul Martin will have to miss his chance to play for Team U.S.A. at the Olympics this year. A slow-healing broken left forearm will keep him on the shelf, he announced today, and he’ll have to miss the games in Vancouver. Martin withdrew his name from the U.S. Olympic hockey roster today. He wasContinue reading “Martin to Miss Olympics”