At the Olympics Thursday in Vancouver, Canada defeated the United States for the gold medal in women's hockey. That went over well in Canada. The team's celebration, however, wasn't as well-received. After a half-hour in the locker room, the players returned to the ice and partied with champagne, beer and cigars. "I don't think it's a good promotion of sport values," said Gilbert Felli, the IOC's executive director of the Olympic Games. "If they celebrate in the changing room, that's one thing, but not in public. We will investigate what happened." Canadian executives apologized for the display — which included at least one underage player clutching a beer — but noted that it's not an uncommon celebration in their country. Read more about that, plus check out links to all the day's top stories, plus videos, trivia and more, at Friday's Morning Mashup .