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Brothers Carey, left, and Dion Hebel, of Sprague, Manitoba, cheer at the final buzzer as Team Canada defeats USA 1-0 while David "Izzy" Marvin watches at Izzy's Lounge and Grill in Warroad, Minnesota. photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald

Enduring Canadian taunts: Border residents put up with teasing after U.S. hockey Olympic defeats

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WARROAD, Minn. — Brothers Dion and Carey Hebel raised their arms in triumph at the conclusion of Canada’s 1-0 men’s hockey win over the United States on Friday, then vowed not to let their friends south of the border forget it.

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“I’m going to give my American friends a bad time today for sure, but I’ll let it go after 200 or 300 days,” Dion said.

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