Americans have to resign themselves to going for bronze after trying to be too fancy against Canada, Scott Burnside writes.
The United States men's Olympic hockey team that will look to avenge a loss in the gold medal game four years ago in Vancouver will feature an almost entirely re-made defensive corps.
It was one of the greatest challenges the U.S. hockey board ever had to face: Finding the 25 guys who can win gold and fulfill an unforgettable dream.
Heading into Wednesday's quarterfinal game between the United States and Switzerland, we take a look at what's at stake for the Americans.
During Sunday's USA-Canada clash, players will be in the unusual position of having to play against their NHL teammates. Is it an advantage? Is it a distraction? The stars tell their stories.
On the eve of the men's hockey tournament, Scott Burnside and Pierre LeBrun report all of the latest news from Canada Hockey Place.
Yes, Thursday's game between the Hawks and Sharks is important when it comes to the overall West standings. But both teams are trying to keep the bigger picture in mind heading into our Game of the Week.
The 2010 U.S. Olympic men's hockey team was unveiled Friday and here is our breakdown of the selections and omissions.
With the unveiling of its 2010 camp roster, Team USA is going to build a squad American hockey fans can fall in love with, win, lose or draw.
In the end, it may not matter who coaches the 2010 U.S. Olympic team. Team USA faces tougher tasks, like fielding the right mix of players that is capable of medaling in Vancouver.
Peter Forsberg-mania is heating up. So are those practices in Ottawa. And what about the 2010 Olympics? Who will lead and select the final roster for Team USA? Scott Burnside's going on a rant.