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When Canadian superstar Sidney Crosby pounced on a turnover and steamrolled toward Swedish goalie Henrik Lundqvist in the second period, there was little doubt that Crosby was going to put it away.
You've heard it many times: "Depends on how you look at things." Here's a dramatic Olympic example of that very precept, shown with the help of remote cameras set up in advance in the Bolshoy Ice Dome in Sochi.
He warmed up with figure skating and a visit to the U.S. and Canadian houses. Now it's time for Russian President Vladimir Putin's main event - a men's hockey showdown between Russia and the United States.