By Mark Memmott
After winning the women's gold last night in a 2-0 victory over Team USA, Team Canada celebrated like true hockey players -- with beer, cigars and champagne.
As NPR's Howard Berkes reports from Vancouver, the International Olympic Committee is not pleased because the celebration came while the players were still in uniform and on the ice (plus, at least one player is underage):
There's going to be an IOC investigation.
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The Games end on Sunday.
Update at 9:18 a.m. ET. A bit more on the drinking age issue. The AP writes that:
Marie-Philip Poulin, who scored both goals, doesn't turn 19 until next month, when she'll be of legal drinking age in British Columbia. The drinking age in Alberta, where the Canadian team trains, is 18. Photos show Poulin on the ice, with a beer in her hand.