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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Katey Stone
Silver medals around their necks.
Katey Stone has a ready answer when asked what it means to be the first woman to coach the U.S. Olympic women's hockey team.
The United States and Canada will meet in the women's hockey gold medal game Thursday for the fourth time in five Olympics. Canada holds a 2-1 edge over the Americans in Olympic championship games, and it also beat them 3-2 in a preliminary round last week that the U.S. players took as a warning.
Megan Bozek, Kendall Coyne and Brianna Decker each had a goal and two assists to help the United States beat Sweden 6-1 Monday and earn a spot in the gold medal game at the Sochi Olympics.
U.S. women's hockey coach Katey Stone said she won't bother talking to her players about the time Sweden upset the Americans in the Turin Olympics.
The work began before the U.S. women's hockey team reached the medal round, before it arrived in Sochi, before the roster was even selected.
The United States and Canada will play for the women's hockey gold medal for the fourth time in the five Olympics since the sport was added to the Winter Games.
Julie Chu's injury isn't serious enough to keep her out of the U.S. women's hockey team's Olympic semifinal against Switzerland.
U.S. forward Julie Chu left the Olympic women's hockey team's practice early on Saturday after an apparent injury to her left hand.
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.
In her carry-on bag for the trip to Russia - never under the plane with the checked luggage - or hanging in her locker at the Shayba Arena, Lyndsey Fry always keeps the jersey close by.
U.S. forward Amanda Kessel appeared to score for her first Olympic hat trick, only to watch the referee skate over to the boards for a video review.
Amanda Kessel doesn't need a camera for a selfie.
The United States women's hockey team will have a new goaltender for its second game of the Olympics.
"We didn't finish the job," said coach Katey Stone, who was the Harvard coach when it lost in the NCAA championship game three years in a row. "There really isn't much to say to take away the sting."
"You can't take the sting away," coach Katey Stone said. "You just have to tell them how proud you are of them and how much they mean to you and what a tremendous privilege and honor it was to be a part of it."