Gold-medal battle 'game for the ages'
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The helmets and sticks and gloves were scattered around the empty United States net as if blown out of a cannon.
The Canadians were mobbing Sidney Crosby -- as if anyone else would have scored what Europeans call a "golden goal" -- while the Americans coasted away as though driftwood in a sea.
And all we could ask ourselves was: Could we have some more, please?
Did it have to end?
Maybe Crosby's shot didn't ...
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