It was a storybook ending for the Vancouver Games: Sidney Crosby scored the game-winner as Canada beat the United States in an overtime thriller to win the gold medal. With that, a nation exhaled, its 14th and most treasured medal secure.
U.S. goaltender Ryan Miller was voted the most valuable player of the Olympic tournament despite his team's 3-2 overtime loss to Canada in the gold-medal game. Miller allowed just eight goals in six games and led the U.S. team to the final.
Relive the excitement of the epic battle between the United States and Canada for the gold medal in Vancouver. Sidney Crosby scored the winner in overtime after Zach Parise tied the game with fewer than 25 seconds remaining in regulation.
The brilliant play of Sidney Crosby and the rest of the Vancouver Winter Olympic stars isn't over. They've returned to the ice with their NHL teams and are creating more unforgettable moments. Follow the action live with NHL GameCenter LIVE.
The Canadian women rolled over the United States by a 2-0 score to win their third-straight Olympic gold medal. Marie-Philip Poulin scored twice, and Shannon Szabados made 28 saves as the U.S. failed to match the home team's intensity.
The U.S. women's Olympic ice hockey team consists of 21 players selected by USA Hockey officials.
The 2010 U.S. men's Olympic ice hockey team consists of 23 players selected by USA Hockey officials.
A regular ice hockey game consists of three 20-minute periods with 15-minute intermission after the first and second periods. Teams change ends after each period.
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As Sweden and Finland improve in women's hockey, so do the U.S. and Canada, making it difficult to catch up.