I know you and other Canadian women's hockey fans are still crying in your Timmy's after you lost the IIHF women's ice hockey championship to us for the fifth time in seven years.
What was even sweeter about this IIHF title win was it happened in Canada and in your nation's capital.
It may be your game, but y'all got your butts kicked on your home soil in your nation's capital in the IIHF final. And we didn't even need overtime this time to beat you.3-2.
USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!
Just sounds so good rolling off my tongue along with the words '2013 IIHF Women's Hockey World Champions.'
So now let's get to talking about the next major international women's ice hockey tournament, and it's going down in Sochi during the Olympic Games. Yeah the Russian women claim they'll be motivated to prevent a USA-Canada Olympic final, and to be honest they have some recent positive results to back up those woof tickets they're trying to sell to the peeps back home. They did take a bronze medal back home to Mother Russia from Ottawa, but we know who the real women's hockey powers are according to the 2013 IIHF Women's World Rankings that the (ahem) USA sits on top of..
The Olympics are a mere two months away from starting, and the hockey competition will start at the Shayba Arena on February 8.
Unfortunately we'll be in the same preliminary Group A with Finland and Switzerland while the host Russians will be in Group B with Germany, Japan and Sweden.
But circle February 12 on your calendar because that's the night the USA and Canada meet in the final game Group A play. If both teams play the way they normally do, that game will probably decide who wins Group A and who gets the runner up spot.
Yeah yeah, big deal that Canada has won the last three women's Olympic gold medals, but you didn't win the first ever one in the 1998 Nagano Games.
And yes, all winning streaks must come to an end.