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Day 9: Hudec wins alpine medal, SBX silver for Maltais, Drew Doughty scores all the goals

Day 9: Hudec wins alpine medal, SBX silver for Maltais, Drew Doughty scores all the goals

By Callum Ng

Day 9 TOP STORIES:

Canada lit up the first half of the Sochi day, Jan Hudec won Canada’s first men’s alpine medal in 20 years…then in the afternoon, Dominique Maltais nailed down a silver in ladies’ snowboard cross. Oh, and get this, Canada’s curling rinks are a combined 15-and-2. Thought we’d throw that in there. Finally, the night ended with Drew Doughty scoring both goals for the red and white, including an OT marker. Canada beat Finland 2-1.

 Jan Hudec wins first men’s alpine Olympic medal in 20 years

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Dominique Maltais nabs silver in ladies’ SBX

Dominique Maltais

Red hot: Drew Doughty scores twice to lead Canada over Finland

Drew Doughty

By Callum Ng

Senior Writer/Producer for Olympic.ca: I tell sport stories. I also like songs and dim sum. Liable to be found rink side, track side, pool side, any side.

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