2010 Vancouver Olympics: Remembering One of the Best Hockey Games Ever Played
"Crosby scores! Sidney Crosby! The Golden Goal!"
TSN broadcaster Chris Cuthbert will be remembered mostly during the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, when Canada and the United States faced off in the gold-medal game.
This game would arguably be considered one of the best shows hockey has ever seen in its history.
Continue to the next slide to relive the bone-chilling experience on February 28th, 2010.
Canada Beats the United States 3-2 in an Overtime Gold-Medal Thriller
This moment will be remembered in Canadian hearts for years and generations to come. It was just that special.
Canada was able to capture the Olympic gold medal on home ice, making it that much more special for Canadian hockey fans all across the world.
Canada scored the first two goals of the game. However, a determined United States team slowly climbed their way back.
Eventually, Zach Parise scored the game-tying goal with 24.4 seconds left in the third period to force overtime. Both countries were on the edge of their seats as overtime began, then all of a sudden...
Sidney Crosby won it for Canada in overtime, for a final score of 3-2.
It was an amazing game, no matter where you were in the world. It was truly special for the hockey world.
That game will not be topped for a very long time. Sit back, relax and relive the moment that these two countries gave us.