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Toews has Midas touch with two Olympic golds and two Stanley Cups

SOCHI, Russia — This wasn’t one of Jonathan Toews’ ordinary goal celebrations — a stoic look and a mild, cool and confident fist shake. No, this was one of those howling, one-knee, ferocious fist-pump jobs. It was the kind of reaction Toews only busts out …Read More

  • Sochi gets a big ‘thank you’ for a wonderful Olympics

    MORRISSEY: The people were gracious. Language was a challenge but not an impediment. I never had to wait more than five minutes for a bus. Trains were on time. Sochi was far from the nightmare it had been scared up to be.

  • Finland routs U.S. 5-0 for bronze in Olympic hockey

    SOCHI, Russia (AP) — Teemu Selanne scored two goals and Tuukka Rask had a 27-save shutout, helping Finland rout the United States 5-0 Saturday to win hockey bronze at the Sochi Games. Selanne, a 43-year-old, six-time Olympian, and Jussi Jokinen scored 11 seconds apart early …Read More

  • Kane, U.S. hockey drop bronze game to Finland

    SOCHI, Russia — After the missed breakaway in overtime against Russia, and the lost handle on his first penalty shot on Saturday, this was no-nonsense Patrick Kane. No dekes, no fancy footwork, no deception. Given a second penalty shot in the second period, Kane walked …Read More

  • MORRISSEY: Yeah, the score was 1-0, but Canada blew out the U.S.

    RICK MORRISSEY: This was a fast, methodical demise, if there is such a thing, and as the game wore on, it became apparent that there was no way out for Team USA.

  • Canada, Toews get best of U.S., Kane — again

    MARK LAZERUS: Patrick Kane stood there, his head sagging just a bit, trying to make sense of what had just happened — how his high-flying team had just been completely shut down, how his dream of winning a gold medal had just been dashed, again, by his nearest rivals and a few of his closest friends.

  • U.S. men’s hockey — a roster of stars that became a team


    SOCHI, Russia — What amazes Zach Parise most about his American teammates at the Olympics isn’t how they’re scoring at will in a tournament marked by defensive dogfights. It’s not how Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk have dominated on the bigger ice. In fact, …

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