U.S. MEN'S HOCKEY TEAM SHUTOUT

Feb 22, 2014

By Bob Komsic

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The Americans were shutout on the ice, 5-0 and on the podium as Finland captured bronze in Olympic hockey.

43-year old Teemu Selanne, a six-time Olympian scored two, including the winner.

Tuukka Rask made 26 saves.

Finland’s won four medals in the last five Olympics, more than any other country in the NHL era.

Patrick Kane missed on two penalty shots.

Canada faces Sweden for the gold tomorrow at 7am.

Meanwhile, Poland rallied to beat Canada and take bronze in the men’s team pursuit in speedskating.

And freestyle skier Sarah Burke was remembered in Sochi as her coach spread her ashes at the site of the halfpipe competition.

The Canadian, who worked to bring halfpipe and slopestyle to the Winter Games, died after a training accident in 2012.

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