Send your congratulations to Team Canada

 

 
 
 
 
(l-R): Team Canada's Joe Thornton, Dan Boyle, Jarome Iginla, Sidney Crosby and Chris Pronger pose for the team photo with the gold medals they were awarded after their overtime victory over the USA during the gold medal men's hockey game in Vancouver, BC Sunday, February 28, 2010 during the 2010 Winter Olympics. (John Mahoney / Canwest News Service)
 

(l-R): Team Canada's Joe Thornton, Dan Boyle, Jarome Iginla, Sidney Crosby and Chris Pronger pose for the team photo with the gold medals they were awarded after their overtime victory over the USA during the gold medal men's hockey game in Vancouver, BC Sunday, February 28, 2010 during the 2010 Winter Olympics. (John Mahoney / Canwest News Service)

Canada's men's hockey team won the gold medal, Sunday, at Canada Hockey Place, defeating the U.S.A. 3-2 and setting a new record for most gold medals in a Winter Games.

 
 
 
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(l-R): Team Canada's Joe Thornton, Dan Boyle, Jarome Iginla, Sidney Crosby and Chris Pronger pose for the team photo with the gold medals they were awarded after their overtime victory over the USA during the gold medal men's hockey game in Vancouver, BC Sunday, February 28, 2010 during the 2010 Winter Olympics. (John Mahoney / Canwest News Service)
 

(l-R): Team Canada's Joe Thornton, Dan Boyle, Jarome Iginla, Sidney Crosby and Chris Pronger pose for the team photo with the gold medals they were awarded after their overtime victory over the USA during the gold medal men's hockey game in Vancouver, BC Sunday, February 28, 2010 during the 2010 Winter Olympics. (John Mahoney / Canwest News Service)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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