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VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- With the flick of Sidney Crosby's wrist, Canada found Olympic redemption.

Grandma cheers Olympic effort

Local woman watches grandson play on U.S hockey team, win silver medal.

Pointing her small American flag toward the television, 89-year-old Peggy Sheehan made an announcement during Sunday afternoon's Olympic gold medal hockey game between the United States and Canada.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — They will be remembered as the Games where the fall cometh before pride.

The Red Wings went through a quick practice Sunday as they prepare to head into the last 21 games of the season with an unusual mission: Make the playoffs.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Vancouver has passed the torch to Sochi, which will host the next Winter Olympics in 2014.

Sidney Crosby scored a goal in overtime to lift Canada to a 3-2 win over the United States in the gold medal match at the Vancouver Olympics on Sunday.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — While the Vancouver Olympics aren't finished, the medal races are — and in spectacular fashion for North Americans.

WHISTLER, British Columbia — With one more perfect run down sliding's most difficult track, Steven Holcomb drove USA-1 to the Olympic gold medal in four-man bobsledding on Saturday, ending a 62-year drought for the Americans in the event.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Apolo Anton Ohno has been disqualified in the 500-meter short track speedskating final, apparently for causing a crash in the last turn.

The torment began almost immediately.

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