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US hockey team unlucky in scoring opportunities against Olympic Athletes From Russia

GANGNEUNG, South Korea - U.S. men's hockey coach Tony Granato insisted his team's 4-0 loss to the Olympic Athletes From Russia on Saturday wasn't as bad as the final tally suggested, that the Americans had played well but were unlucky that they couldn't put away their many scoring chances, especially in the second period of a chippy, emotion-filled game at Gangneung Arena.

"I thought it was a great game. I don't think it was a

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