Winter Olympics Day 15 Results: USA And Canada Will Fight For Hockey Gold, Ohno Disqualifies

After Day 15 of the Winter Olympic Games, we know that the American and Canadian hockey teams will face off in the gold medal event. Sunday's game will be a rematch of the 2002 Olympic face-off between the two teams, which Canada won 5-2. On Friday, USA beat Finland by a decisive 6-1 score, and Canada held off Slovakia for a 3-2 win.

Elsewhere in Vancouver, Apolo Ohno was disqualified after a crash in the short-track medal event. Canada won gold and silver medals in the event.

The women's curling medal event ended in heartbreak for the Canadians, as they lost to Sweden 7-6. Canada had multiple chances to win the match on a single slide, but fell short.

Lindsey Vonn was denied another Olympic medal after she suffered a DNF in the women's slalom event. Maria Riesch of Germany won the gold.

South Korea's Kim Yu-Na won gold in women's figure skating, and Canadian Joanie Rochette took the bronze.

Nicolien Sauerbriej finished with the gold medal in the women's parallel giant slalom event.

Fred Roggins is a good sportscaster and he's probably a nice guy to boot, but he messed up here.

Curling is interesting.

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