Team USA was on a mission to take down the powerhouse Canadian team who has won the last three gold medals – including wins over the U.S. in Salt Lake City and Vancouver. Unfortunately for the U.S., Canada continued that streak with a 3-2 overtime win. The stunned Americans could not hide their emotions during the medal ceremony.
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