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Topic - Jesse Vetter
Everyone is happy in Goalie World.
The puck trickled under Jesse Vetter's pads and over the goal line, and then the whistle blew.
Meghan Agosta scored twice and assisted on Hayley Wickenheiser's goal to lead Canada to a 3-2 victory over the United States on Wednesday in a tense preview of the expected gold medal match.
Jesse Vetter is back in goal for the U.S. women's hockey team.
American goalie Jesse Vetter will have to go to the Olympics without a quote from the U.S. Constitution on her mask.
"Months ago, if we lose to Canada just 3-1, it would be a great game for us," he said. "I'm disappointed to lose. But, hey, it's Canada, one of the best teams in the world, and we know it."
"I did hear a whistle blow before the puck went in," she said.