From CBS Sports
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Rest assured, Canada, the national honor is served. With a flick of the wrist from The Next One, Sidney Crosby, Canadians found Olympic redemption Sunday.
The pall of a luger’s death, a series of embarrassing glitches, a first half so dismal the hosts conceded the medals race, a loss to the upstart Americans in a preliminary game.
All but forgotten.
Canada is the Olympic champion in men’s hockey, and the whole country can finally celebrate its Winter Games. Canada survived one of the greatest games in Olympic history to beat the Americans 3-2 in overtime and cap the host country’s record gold rush in Vancouver. (Read more.)