2014 Olympic Winter Games (Men)

2014 Olympic Winter Games – Men’s Hockey | Hockey Canada

Jamie Benn scored the game’s lone goal early in the second period, and Carey Price stopped all 31 shots he faced as Canada’s Men’s Olympic Team advanced to Sunday’s gold medal game in Sochi ...
Chris Lindberg scored in the third period, but that would be the lone Canadian goal as Canada settled for silver in Albertville, falling 3-1...
Jonathan Toews, Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz scored the goals, Carey Price made 24 saves for another shutout, and Canada won its second co...
Today, they're Canada's gold medal game goaltenders in Sochi. But 12 years ago, as teenagers, Carey Price and Shannon Szabados shared the Tr...
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Shea Weber scored the winner on a power play with 6:54 to go, Patrick Sharp had the other goal and Canada withstood a remarkable goaltending performance to top Latvia and move into the semifinals.
Drew Doughty was the overtime hero, scoring his second goal of the game 2:32 into the extra period to lead the Canadians to a victory over Finland and clinch a berth in Wednesday’s quarter-finals.
Jeff Carter had a natural hat trick in the second period, Patrick Marleau added three assists and Roberto Luongo stopped all 23 shots he faced for the shutout as Canada stayed unbeaten in Group B by blanking Austria.
Drew Doughty scored once and added an assist, Patrice Bergeron added two helpers and Carey Price made 19 saves in his Olympic debut as Canada opened its Olympic schedule with a victory over the Norwegians.
2014 OLY: Gold medal front pages (M)
Newspaper cover pages from Feb. 24, the day after Canada won gold in Sochi.
2014 OLY: CAN 3 - SWE 0 (Gold)
Toews, Crosby and Kunitz scored to help Canada to another Olympic gold.
2014 OLY: Men's Gold Celeb
Canada celebrates its third men’s hockey gold medal in the past four Olympic Winter Games.
2014 OLY: CAN 1 - USA 0
Carey Price made 31 saves for the shutout to lead Canada to the gold medal game.
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