When do the Olympics start?

"Can you believe we actually had to play these guys?"

“Can you believe we actually had to play these guys?”

In their final warmup game before the Olympics officially begin, the United States of America easily dispatched by a score of 7-1 an Albuquerque, New Mexico, high school junior varsity team that was chosen at random to play against some of the greatest talent in the wo…

What’s that? This was an Olympic game? Okay, well anyway, this was an Olympic game so it’s nice to see the Americans pad their goal differential against anyone, even if the opponents in question were a bunch of malnourished childr…

When you say, “This score came against a team with actual NHL players on it,” what do you mean by that? Chara? ZDENO Chara? Well that just seems like it can’t be right. Teams with Zdeno Chara on them don’t give up seven goals, I don’t care who else is on the rost…

Well no, you have to be wrong about that; how is Branko Radivojevic still alive? And what are you talking about when you say they only gave Chara 18 minutes? These are things that cannot possibly be true. You know what, buddy, I’m going to go check the box score and show y…

Oh my god you’re right. Well anyway the U.S. got two goals from Paul Stastny, and one each from John Carlson, Ryan Kesler, David Backes, Phil Kessel, and Dustin Brown. Jonathan Quick sleepwalked his way to 22 saves on 23 shots. This doesn’t feel as fun as it should.

USA Proves All Haters Are Babies With Cakewalk to Expected Gold

Those are gold medals.

Those are gold medals.

Team USA proved all non-Americans wrong yet again by clobbering Team Sweden as if they were efficiently packaged cardboard products.┬áLed by Rocco Grimaldi the US hung a three spot on Jonas Gustavsson or whoever to claim what is rightfully America’s: the Gold medal.

We’d like to spend the rest of this recap talking about our place in the hockey world. Lambert and I came here with only the best intentions; to give all of you hockey fans the inside scoop on what hockey is and who would do well in this short tournament.

We didn’t charge anyone for our valuable insight, we simply passed along the facts to anyone with a working internet connection and electricity, and we even printed out some pages in really big font so that Canadians could read too.

For that we were called “homers,” our 100% factual articles were called “jingoistic trash.” Canadians with access to a telegraph and US sympathizers called us “trolls” on Twitter.

Time to admit it: we’re not trolls or looking to get a rise out of anyone. We’re just a couple of proud patriots who can put aside their biases to give you all the inside scoop: that America is the best and everyone else sucks.