Olympic Interviews: Canada downs U.S. in OT

02/20/2014

APTOPIX Sochi Olympics Ice Hockey WomenSOCHI, Russia – It was more disappointment in women’s ice hockey for Team USA as Canada rallied from a two-goal deficit in the final 3:26 of regulation to force overtime.

In the extra session, Canada’s Marie-Philip Poulin scored a power play goal to send the Canadians to their fourth consecutive gold medal.

The U.S. won the silver for the third time in four Olympics – the lone exception being a bronze in Torino in 2006. The Americans haven’t captured the gold since grabbing it in Nagano in 1998.

After the game, our Steve Goldstein caught up with some of the key players.

(Listen to the interview with Team USA’s Kelli Stack)

(Listen to the interview with Team USA’s Hilary Knight)

(Listen to the interview with Canada’s Marie-Philip Poulin)

(Listen to the interview with Canada’s Jayne Hefford)

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