The Russian Olympic men's hockey team, representing the host country, will not be winning any medal in this year's games, having lost in the quarterfinals to Finland by a score of 3-1. Finnish goaltender Tuukka Rask saved 37 Russian shots, allowing only an early goal by Ilya Kovalchuk. His Russian counterpart Semyon Varlamov allowed 3 goals on just 15 shots before being pulled for Sergei Bobrovsky. Finland's goals were scored by Juhamatti Aaltonen, Teemu Selanne and Mikael Granlund.
In another quarterfinals game, Sweden beat Slovenia 5-0. As of this posting, the games between United States and the Czech Republic, and between Canada and Latvia are still being played.
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UPDATE: Also from CBS Sports, the United States defeats the Czech Republic 5-2 and Canada beats Latvia 2-1.