Here are five things we learned in Canada's 3-0 shutout against Sweden to win the gold medal in Sochi.
Americans have to resign themselves to going for bronze after trying to be too fancy against Canada, Scott Burnside writes.
The United States will be without Paul Martin, one of their top shutdown defensemen, for Friday's semifinal game against Canada, USA Hockey announced.
Scott Burnside and Pierre LeBrun look at five things to watch in the Canada-USA game, including the pressure on the Canadians, and NHL-related subplots.
The U.S. has looked phenomenal -- but that means little heading into the medal round.
Team USA is getting scoring, the goaltending is strong -- things are looking good heading to the elimination round, writes Scott Burnside.
Don't expect any "Miracle" pregame speeches for the U.S. ahead of Saturday's game against Russia. This unit wants nothing more than to write its own chapter.
Team USA's win over Slovakia was an educational experience in more than one way. Five, in fact.
After two close calls, Paul Martin is finally getting his chance to play for Team USA in the Olympics.
The Americans were this close to winning gold in 2010. Can they take it a step further in Sochi?
The intensity of Wednesday's Capitals-Penguins game forecasts the excitement to come in Sochi where opponents become teammates and teammates become opponents, writes ESPN.com's Scott Burnside.
Tough decisions were made in selecting the U.S. team for Sochi, which means there were some hurt feelings and plenty of criticism.
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.
The 2010 U.S. Olympic men's hockey team was unveiled Friday and here is our breakdown of the selections and omissions.
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.
Will Sidney Crosby's star again? And will Jonathan Quick lead the charge for the U.S.? We've got questions (lots!) as Sochi approaches.