Video: Canada women's hockey team talks cigars, beer controversy

They smoked, they drank, they celebrated their gold medals. Then the Canadians women's hockey team discovered they had sparked one of the most heated controversies of the 2010 Winter Olympics with their on-ice, empty arena party after they defeated Team USA on Thursday night.

The IOC deemed their actions inappropriate for an Olympic venue, and Hockey Canada quickly apologized. What do the Canadian women's players think about the controversy and criticism? Y! Sports caught up with goalie Shannon Szabados, forward Meghan Agosta and star Haley Wickenheiser to discuss their team's cigar and alcohol victory celebration on the hockey rink.

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