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February 23, 2006

SFU patrons at the Highland pub watched in stunned silence Feb. 22 as Canada's men's hockey team lost 2-0 to Russia in the Olympic quarter-finals, dashing hopes of their repeating as gold-medal champions. Irwin Shubert teaches Hockey in Canadian Popular Culture, a course in SFU's school of communication, via distance education these days - he's now in California - but he has some thoughts on what the loss means for the sport in Canada.