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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Matt Slocum
A tournament that started with such promise for the Americans came to a crashing halt in the bronze medal game against Finland on Saturday.
Hockey goalies have to have incredibly sharp focus. And you can't get more focused than Canada's goalkeeper Shannon Szabados was during one sequence against Switzerland on Monday night.
Fighting may be frowned upon in Olympic hockey. But there's nothing wrong with a good little skirmish every once in a while.
Women's hockey in the Winter Olympics is largely considered a two-country race between Canada and the United States. But that doesn't mean they're taking it easy on the other countries.
Sixpence None the Richer had a flash of success in the late '90s, when "Kiss Me" topped the charts alongside songs by Ricky Martin and Britney Spears. Nearly 15 years later, the reunited band is back with another collection of pretty pop/rock tunes.