Canada loses 7-6 to Sweden in women's Olympic curling

Canada loses 7-6 to Sweden in women's Olympic curling

Canada loses 7-6 to Sweden in women's Olympic curling

The matchup lived up to the hype as the two North American powerhouses met in the preliminary round of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics.

Both countries had already booked berths in Monday's semifinals having won their first two games in Pool A.

"It's always a great game when we play Canada", Coyne said. "I think every game's going to be hard". "It's just the rules, I guess". Decker hit two posts, the second in the final seconds, before the two rivals ended up in a scrum. The Canadians also had two goals disallowed earlier in a game that showed just how far these two teams are above the rest of the field - and how much they want to beat each other. The U.S. snowboarding medal streak took a break after Nick Baumgartner and Mick Dierdorff reached the final but did not make the podium. "What else would anybody expect?"

There's been a rare bit of controversy at the Canada vs. Denmark women's curling match over what's known as a burned stone.

The bronze medal game takes place on February 20 at 11:40 p.m. (PST) and the gold medal final is on February 21 at 8:10 p.m. (PST).

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After a high-tempo scoreless opening period, Canada took control in the second on a power-play goal from Meghan Agosta and another from Sarah Nurse, who found the top corner of goalie Maddie Rooney's net with a laser-like wrist shot.

That included the primary helpers on goals by Dennis Everberg and Mikeal Wikstrand that were scored 1:22 apart in the third period to blow the game open.

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Canada plays the United States on Saturday. "We're going to have some meaningful dialogue this evening and see what we can do", he said. Absolutely nothing to do with our future'. The score Thursday was 2-1.

While it may sound a touch like patriotic brainwash, that mindset has been ingrained in Canadian players for decades, regardless of the stage.

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"I don't think we can give them all those shots next time", forward Blayre Turnbull said. Maxim Noreau had a goal and an assist for Canada, which is considered one of the favorites in the tournament being played with National Hockey League players for the first time since 1994. The official immediately signaled no goal.

Both teams were clearly worn out in that game as players on both sides were in full-fledged training mode. Forward Laura Stacey appeared to enter the offensive zone before the puck crossed the blue line, but United States of America head coach Robb Stauber elected not to challenge. Lamoureux's twin sister Jocelyne touched off an even larger brawl in a December 4-1 US win in Grand Forks, N.D. When it was all over the referee had handed out 10 fighting majors and there were six usa players in the penalty box, five Canadians.

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