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Forward Sabahudin Kovacevic has been suspended for Slovenia's next Olympic hockey game for his hit on Slovakia's Tomas Kopecky.
The U.S. set itself up to earn a pass into the men's hockey quarterfinals at the Olympics with a heart-pounding 3-2 shootout victory against Russia on Saturday.
T.J. Oshie may be the man of the hour for Team USA hockey after scoring four shootout goals in a preliminary round game against Russia, but he's keeping the game in perspective.
As elite teams go, they aren't particularly big, they don't wear red much anymore, and as far as being a machine, well, the Russian hockey team is proving just as susceptible to nerves as anyone here at the Olympics.
In Alpine skiing, Koen Verweij would be an Olympic champion. But he is a speedskater, where just one thousandth of a second can make the difference between gold and silver medals.
A hit that knocked Slovakia forward Tomas Kopecky out of an Olympic hockey game will be reviewed for possible discipline.
Slovenia is not satisfied with just showing up to play hockey at the Olympics for the first time. Its players want to win.
"Now that we've beaten Slovakia, maybe they're not going to mix us up with them anymore." - Slovenia forward Anze Kopitar, after the men's hockey team picked up the team's first ever Olympic victory, 3-1 over Slovakia.
Ski jumper Kamil Stoch completed a gold medal sweep of the normal and large hills in the Sochi Olympics on Saturday in a close tussle with 41-year-old Noriaki Kasai of Japan.