It's a lot of fun to be at the Olympics with friends. Everything is such a cool new experience. I wouldn't have made it this far without everybody, especially (Resor).
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It was a huge surprise. I had no clue. I knew it was just so up in the air.
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I think we are going to come out flying and smoke them and prove to everyone how good our team actually is. We didn't sacrifice this much and work so hard to come home empty handed.
We've noticed, when we've had our lines rolling all the way through, we've been playing well. Everyone's playing well together and working well.
It's impossible to describe it all, but basically the whole first couple days were so overwhelming and fun and then once we started playing things only became better -- until the Sweden game obviously. I'm just so happy I was able to be a part of it all.
The game is so much faster (on the international level). You have to make adjustments by moving the puck more quickly and knowing what you're going to do before you get the puck, giving yourself more time.
I like to have the puck, and to try to score. This game was fun because we played really well on both ends. That's exciting.
I felt a mixture of emotions. I was obviously disappointed about not playing in the final game, but a medal is a medal and our team worked hard for it. So, I'm happy about that.