Last night's Gold Medal women's hockey game was a spectacular gem -- as the U.S. team broke Canada's streak of 24 consecutive wins and four Gold Medals. The game was not only tied at regulation...and tied at the end of the 20-minute overtime period -- it was ALSO tied at the end of the five-player shootout, so they had to go to Sudden Death, which the U.S. finally won.
I'll write more about it later, but just know that if you missed it, the game will be repeated in full at 1 PM Los Angeles time (4 PM in the East) on the NBCsn sports channel. Even if you don't want to watch the full game, try to pick up some of the end.
(I assume they'll cut out the time in between periods, but not knowing that for sure it's had to say when "some of the end" will occur, In real time, it all took just over three hours. So, tuning in after two hours might be safe to see where things stand.)
Or just what the whole, edge-of-your-seat, exciting thing...
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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