Saskatchewan was well-represented on the ice in Olympic action Sunday, with Men's Hockey and Two-Man Bobsleigh teams in action following Women's Speed Skating.
Canada pulled out a 2-1 win in overtime after Drew Doughty scored his second goal of the game.
Canada led 1-0 after one period of play. Finland responded with a goal to tie the game in the second period, eventually pushing the decision to sudden-death overtime.
Earilier Sunday, Regina's Kali Christ took to the ice for the women's 1,500m speed skating competition. Christ was Canada's top skater with a time of 1:58:63, good for 16th place overall. Dutch skaters came in with the top four times in the race.
Christ last competed in the 1,000m race on Thursday, finishing 21st.
The Two-Man Bobsleigh competition started at 10 a.m. CST on CBC-TV and online at cbc.ca/olympics.
Canada's crop of teams features Humboldt's Lyndon Rush as a pilot paired with brakeman Lascelles Brown.
In their first run, Rush and Brown posted a time of 56:61, good enough for 7th ranking.
In their second run, the duo finished with 1:53:48, moving them into 9th place.
Rush and Brown's final two runs are set for Monday February 17, at approximately 8:30 and 10:05 a.m. CST.
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Last month, Rush and Brown placed fourth in a World Cup Two-Man Bobsleigh event in Switzerland. The two came in at third place in another World Cup event in Germany two weeks later on January 25.