College of Sports Media Game of the Night:
Day 15 in Vancouver brings seven events with the possibility of winning medals. In curling the women will decide who reigns supreme. China and Switzerland battle for the bronze, while Canadian Cheryl Bernard and her rink take on Sweden for the rights to the gold. It’s the ladies battling on the hills in Whistler as well as both runs in the Women’s slalom goes down this afternoon. At Cypress mountain the Women’s snowboard parallel giant slalom will also need two runs to determine who wins the hardware. Sticking with skiing events the men will race in the 4 X 5km relay cross country race. On the short track there will be three medals up for grabs. The men will be racing for gold in the 500m individual race and the 5000 relay race ( you can be sure the Hamelin brothers will be looking for redemption in these races). The ladies get into the action with the 1000m individual race. In Men’s hockey there are no medals to be won today only a spot to play for gold. In the first semi-final, USA will battle Finland. In game two Canada will face Slovakia. I’m sure everyone in North America is looking for a Canada-US rematch with the gold on the line, but don’t count out the Finns or Slovaks. Both teams have a skilled grouping of NHL stars and more importantly two goalies who can go out and steal a win for their country.