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Hockey News
Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006


News to February 25, 2002

Canada's golden
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Martin Brodeur jumps into the arms of teammate Simon Gagne after beating the U.S.A. 5-2 for the Olympic gold medal in men's hockey on Sunday. Photo: Joe Bryksa/CP
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The men's hockey team created its own history with a 5-2 win over the United States Sunday, writes Eric Duhatschek
21:18 | FULL STORY arrow


Veterans herald new heroes
08:17 | FULL STORY arrow

U.S. players give credit to Canada
03:13 | FULL STORY arrow

Mercurys celebrate 50th anniversary
08:07 | FULL STORY arrow

Bronze doesn't quell Fetisov's bitterness
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Russian head coach says biased officiating by NHL referee Bill McCreary cost his team the chance to play for gold, writes David Shoalts
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8:21 PM | FULL STORY arrow
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Russians hammer out bronze medal
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Russia dominated Belarus to place third in the Olympic hockey tournament, winning 7-2 on Saturday
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4:47 PM | FULL STORY arrow
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Canada wins gold
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Canada avenged its loss to the U.S. in Nagano to win Olympic gold with a 3-2 victory Wednesday, writes David Shoalts
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12:03 AM | FULL STORY arrow
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Olympic hockey outshines NHL fare
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The Salt Lake Games have showcased hockey with its fast-paced line changes and quick faceoffs, and the absense of those game-slowing commercial timeouts, writes William Houston
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11:14 PM | FULL STORY arrow
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Gretzky's loonie little secret
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There was a little bit of good luck under the face-off circle
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8:08 AM
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Iginla earns his place in history
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He may have been the final player invited to the Canadian men's hockey team's training camp but after Sunday's gold-medal game, Iginla has earned a place in hockey folklore
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2:52 AM
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In our hearts, we know it's our game
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Lots of countries have their national identities wrapped up with sport but Canadians and hockey, that's something special, writes Stephen Brunt
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2:47 AM
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Brunt: Canada win a sign of divine providence
There's nothing like a little luck to go with our hockey right
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3:44 AM
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Duhatschek: Women's revenge is sweet
Canada's women's team was poised in the face of adversity and earned redemption for its loss in the gold medal game in Nagano four years earlier
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10:36 PM
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Standings
Final

Country
G
S
B
TTL

GER
12
16
7
35
USA
10
13
11
34
NOR
11
7
6
24
CAN
6
3
8
17
FULL STANDINGS 




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