USA Olympians endure emotions of women's hockey game
Feb 20, 2014; Sochi, RUSSIA; Canada forward Marie-Philip Poulin (right) celebrates a third period goal to tie and send game into overtime with Canada forward Meghan Agosta-Marciano (2) against USA in the women's ice hockey gold medal game during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Bolshoy Ice Dome. Photo: Image by Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports
It was one of the most scintillating, but painful days in recent US hockey history, as Canada came from two goals down to defeat Team USA 3-2 in overtime.
Team USA's Olympians were there, or watched at the USA House of the Olympic Village, and they shared their emotions - from the fun of attending the game to the pain of losing.
A sour loss but always proud to be an American. Way to skate, @usahockey ladies.— Sugar Todd (@sugarmotion) February 20, 2014
Canadian coach Al and I at gold medal game. He's desperately trying to sneak over to the Canada section.... USA!!!! pic.twitter.com/Dn2u4QHjoN— Jeff Isaacson (@LaZyIkE_14) February 20, 2014
Here we go! USA vs. Canada pic.twitter.com/elHSUsMkqY— allison pottinger (@APottinger) February 20, 2014