Sidney Crosby's led the Canadian team to victory over the United States of America by shooting the game winning goal at 7:40 into overtime, giving Canada its much coveted gold medal in Ice Hockey, its second since 2002. The 22-year-old hockey prodigy from Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, put home the country's biggest goal since Paul Henderson clinched the 1972 Summit Series. "It doesn't even feel real. It feels like a dream," said Crosby during the postgame celebration. "Our team worked really hard in regulation time and they got that one by us in the end. But we came out in overtime and this is just an unbelievable feeling."