Who won the 2010 Olympics ice hockey?

Who won the 2010 Olympics ice hockey?

The tournament was won by Canada for the record eighth time (one more than the Soviet Union), which defeated the United States in overtime in the gold medal game….Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics – Men’s tournament.

Tournament details
Champions Canada (8th title)
Runner-up United States
Third place Finland
Fourth place Slovakia

When did Canada beat USA in hockey?

In 1996, the United States won a victory during a best-on-best men’s tournament by defeating Canada at the 1996 World Cup of Hockey on Canadian soil in Montreal. Canada took revenge by beating the US for the Gold again at the 2002 Olympics on American soil in Salt Lake City.

What is passing the puck to a teammate who scores the goal?

to hold the puck against the boards with the skate or stick in order to stop play briefly or gain a face-off. when a team has its full complement of 6 players on the ice. to move fast and thereby get a good start on the opponents.

Who is #16 on the Women’s Olympic Hockey Team 2010?

Jayna Hefford
#16 – Jayna Hefford Hometown: Kingston, Ont. Another veteran on this squad, Hefford debuted with the national team at the 1997 World Championships and will be playing in her fifth Olympics in Sochi. She was second on the team in scoring in the 2010 Games with 12 points in five games.

Who won the junior ice hockey championship?

United States men’s national junior ice hockey team
World Junior Ice Hockey Championships/Latest champion

How much money did the 2010 Winter Olympics make?


Host City Year Profit/Loss
Athens Summer Olympics 2004 US$14,500,000
Turin Winter Olympics 2006 US$3,200,000
Beijing Summer Olympics 2008 CNY 1,000,000,000 (US$146,000,000)
Vancouver Winter Olympics 2010 CDN$ 1,900,000