There is a story on Kuklas' that is all about how 12 years ago in Nagano, Japan, the USA Olympic hockey team lost to everybody but Belarus and then proceeded to trash their hotel room. Apparently, there was something like six chairs broken and three fire extinguishers thrown out of hotel windows, not to mention bedrooms and floors trashed. Anybody else think that sounds like residence?
Henday Henday Henday what?
The best part of it all is that Jeremy Roenick, probably the only guy on the team capable of actually being able to talk to the media at the time, said that the chairs were broken by sitting on them. Christ JR, what were you thinking? At least come up with a better lie than that. You could say something like the chairs were already broken when you got there or just deny it altogether ala the Ryan Cunningham method: "We didn't even vandalism anything!"
If that's not enough to remind you of a university dorm, then look no further than the state of the food at the Olympic village this year. Apparently it was so bad that Russian hockey captain Aleksey Morozov was "forced" to eat at McDonalds.
Fuck that. McDonalds is the official sponsor of not only Hockey Canada but of the entire Canadian Olympic team. If its good enough for us then buck up and enjoy the competitive edge you're receiving, being allowed to eat the same food as Canadian athletes. Seriously, who is in charge of the food at Vancouver that it is so bad? I'll offer a guess.