Perry Takes Hope Away, Gonchar Steals It Back; 7-3 Russia

Apparently, Canada didn't want Russia feeling like they had a chance in this game. Just as they were maybe hoping that there was a glimmer of hope, Corey Perry decided to change all of that nonsense.

His second goal of the game made it 7-2 Canada, still with nine minutes left in the second period.

After a too many men on the ice penalty immediately following the goal, however, Sergei Gonchar blasted a shot from the point and past Roberto Luongo to make the score 7-3. Are five goals against this Canadian team out of the question? Yes, unless you have the offensive talent that Russia does.

Talk about the game with other fans in SB Nation's live game thread.

More: SB Nation’s full coverage of the Winter Olympics and the 2010 Winter Olympics Medal Count Tracker.

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