Okay, you guys. First of all, we are not trashing hockey. By saying we care little for it does not mean that we dislike it. I used to like hockey when I lived in Colorado, granted that was when we still had Forsberg, Sakic, and Roy. Although I don't care for it now, that doesn't mean I dislike it. I don't think anybody in the States really doesn't like hockey. Furthermore, I know you are ecstatic about winning the gold medal in hockey, Canada, but wasn't that expected? I mean, the US stereotype for Canadians is that they do nothing but say "eh", ice fish, make maple syrup and play hockey. The fact that Canada won the gold in hockey, which is the country's most popular sport, is not a surprise. In fact, I had no doubts that America would not beat Canada, simply because, like you all were saying, most Americans do not care about hockey. Take that how you will, it may offend some of you (i'm not sure why it would) but it is true. This isn't 4Chan. Saying we don't like hockey is not trolling, and neither should it be offensive. One gold medal is of little consequence to the entire Olympic procession, and to the States it wasn't a huge loss, because there are far more hockey fans in Canada than there are stateside. So bottom line, yes, we are soulless Americunts, but that doesn't change the fact that you won the gold medal. Yes, be proud of that. But don't expect to not get any flak from us after the massive celebration that took place after you guys won a gold medal in a sport that most of our country cares little about.