Updates from Vancouver
Wednesday, 02.24.2010 / 10:26 PM / Minnesota Wild | The Road to Vancouver
Highlights: Canada 3 - USA 2 (OT)
Highlights: Finland 4 - Slovakia 3
Highlights: USA 6 - Finland 1
Highlights: Team USA's six goals
Highlights: Finland 2 - Czech Republic 0
Highlights: Canada 7 - Russia 3
Highlights: USA 2 - Switzerland 0
Highlights: Czech Republic 3 - Latvia 2
Highlights: Canada 8 - Germany 2
One-on-One: Minnesota legend John Mayasich
Photo Gallery: Olympics 2010
See Wild players and Minnesotans in action from in Vancouver
Wild.com: View From The Lighthouse (Olympic edition)
Recap: Canada 3 - USA 2
**Gold Medal Game
Recap: Finland 4 - Slovakia 3
**Bronze Medal Game
Recap: Canada 3 - Slovakia 2
Recap: USA 6 - Finland 1
Recap: Finland 2 - Czech Rep. 0
Recap: Canada 7 - Russia 3
Recap: USA 2 - Switzerland 0
Recap: Czech Rep. 3, Latvia 2 (OT)
Feature: Breaking Down Week Two
Feature: 1980 Trainer, Gary Smith
Feature: "Not There To Socialize"
Twitter: Martin Havlat
NHL.com: Tournament Scores
Medal Round: The medal round bracket
NHL.com: Olympic hockey schedule
NHL.com: Olympic Rosters
NHL.com: NHL Player Tracker
Antti Miettinen: Antti Miettinen registered four shots on goal in Finland's win over Slovakia to capture the bronze medal. Miettinen finished his first Olympics with one goal in six games.
Niklas Backstrom: Backstrom did not play in Finland's bronze medal game win over Slovakia. He saw action in two games and was 1-0-0. He earned a shutout in his first and only Olympic start.
Martin Havlat: Havlat was held without a point in the Czech Republic's 2-0 loss to Finland on Wednesday. Havlat's tournament comes to an end with two assists in five games.
Marek Zidlicky: Zidlicky and the Czechs were shut out by the Finns in Wednesday's quarterfinal. Zidlicky finished the tournament with five assists in five games.
Minnesota Connections: Prior Lake's Zach Parise scored the game-tying goal at the end of the third period to send the gold medal game into over time. Parise also scored the game-winning goal and an assist in the win over Finland just two days earlier. Former St. Cloud State Husky Ryan Malone also had two points against Finland, scoring the first goal of the game and adding an assist.