Sunday, February 21, 2010

WE BEAT CANADA AT ICE HOCKEY???

...........WHAT a surprising upset! (sorry, Waylon and Sis!)

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Z, yes we did! Yahoo!

Pris

FrogBurger said...

Love olympic hockey. The rest I am no fan. It was a fun game to watch. But Norway - Switzerland was also a great game.

Jen said...

WoooHooo!

Ducky's here said...

Give that one to the goaltender. Massive between the pipes.

The team is going to have to show a little more if they want the gold.

Anonymous said...

Yikes! Like Rex Murphy said Canada gives you Celine Dion and Pamela Anderson — and this is how you show gratitude, by kicking Canada's ass in hockey — the game we own, dammit.

Oh well, now the pundits are saying that it may have been a good thing they lost since it gives the team an extra game to learn how to play together. As if they don't know the other players since they are all professionals from the NHL. I was rooting for Canada in that game, although when Switzerland ran the previous game into overtime, I would have liked seeing them win.

Waylon

Z said...

It's exciting, isn't it!!

Waylon, SWITZERLAND over USA?

Ducky, does it bug you when USA wins?

Ducky's here said...

Why would it bug me? Just a fact that the USA goaltender was in the zone that game.

You can't expect to continually win when you're outshot 3 to 1. They are going to have to skate much better in the medal round.

Z said...

Ducky, some of us were just excited AMerica pulled it off and your comment was the downer.....true or not.
It was fun to see the team's excitement...'being in the zone' is what they train for.

Jungle Mom said...

Oh, I missed it!

Anonymous said...

Yah, it was pretty sad, lemme tell ya. I thought hockey was Canada's game! Oh well, there's still a chance... your ever lovin' sis

Z said...

TWO SISTERS BLOGGED ON MY BLOGS IN ONE WEEK? BLISS! :-)

The Vegas Art Guy said...

USA! USA! USA! USA!

Anonymous said...

Here is something—Ice Dancing—that's far more difficult to earn a gold medal doing than playing hockey. Not only that but the individual dedication to reach their level surpasses the skill level of professional hockey players on ice. Even if it's not as financially rewarding as a profession, these two individuals from here did a superb job ...

http://www.youtube.com/user/CTVOlympics?v=fvhidA5GekM&feature=pyv&ad=3477300536&kw=scott%20moir

Waylon

Z said...

This video contains content from CTV, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds.


Waylon, I got the above message when I tried to play that link.

Ice dancing is marvelous, isn't it.