U.S. men’s hockey team loses to Canada, keeps Bieber

BY Joshua Barajas  February 21, 2014 at 3:26 PM EDT

The Canadian men's ice hockey team celebrates their win over the U.S. in Sochi, Russia on Friday. Photo by Getty Images

The Canadian men’s ice hockey team celebrates their win over the U.S. in Sochi, Russia on Friday. Photo by Getty Images

After defeating the United States 1-0 in the semifinals of the Olympics men’s hockey tournament Friday night, Canada advances to a gold medal match with Sweden on Sunday.

U.S. goalie Jonathan Quick made 36 saves, but the U.S. team was not able to overcome Canada, whose Jamie Benn of the Dallas Stars scored in the second period. The Canadians now have a chance to win their third gold medal in four Olympics this Sunday. The U.S. will challenge Finland on Saturday for the bronze.

Instead of medals, Twitter offered an alternative prize for the Olympic hockey winner with the hashtag #loserkeepsbieber.

This match follows the U.S. women’s 3-2 loss in overtime to Canada on Thursday.

In other olympics news, 18-year old Mikaela Shiffrin became the youngest-ever gold medalist in Olympic slalom skiing.

Mikaela Shiffrin skis the giant slalom at Sochi on Friday. Photo by Simon Bruty /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images

Mikaela Shiffrin skis the giant slalom at Sochi on Friday. Photo by Simon Bruty /Sports Illustrated/Getty Images

Shiffrin is the youngest alpine skier to win gold in the slalom. Photo by Alexander Klein/AFP/Getty Images

Shiffrin is the youngest alpine skier to win gold in the slalom. Photo by Alexander Klein/AFP/Getty Images