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Ryan Kesler, center, is knocked over by Jamie Langenbrunner, left, and Zach Parise, right, to celebrate his open-net goal during the third period of a preliminary round hockey game against Canada Sunday in Vancouver, British Columbia. (Associated Press)

Team USA shocks Canada

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By Alan Robinson, AP Sports Writer

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The United States pulled off its biggest Olympic hockey upset since the Miracle on Ice, stunning Canada 5-3 on Sunday to advance to the quarterfinals of an already mixed-up tournament.

Brian Rafalski scored two goals and set up another, and Ryan Miller held off a flurry of shots to lead the Americans.

"We know we can beat anybody now," Rafalski said.

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