Them Canadian lumberjack gals know how to party, eh?

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(AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Scott Gardner)
Canada’s Marie-Philip Poulin, left to right, Kim St-Pierre and Charline Labonte drink beer on the ice with their gold medals …

They’re swiggin’ beer, smokin’ cigars, sharing some great Great White North champaign . . . so what’s the problem with the way them Canadian women were out there on the ice upholding the values of the Olympic ideals in toasting their victory over the Americans for the women’s hockey gold medal on Thursday?
What other way do you expect the future lumberjacks of Vancouver to party hearty, especially with a national Canadian drinking age of just 19?
Is there more concern that some of the girls were drinking Coors Lights instead of Molson?
Why wouldn’t this be some kind of template now for the way the U.S. could celebrate their gold medal over Canada when the men’s hockey final takes place Sunday?
They’ve apologized (linked here) … but do they need to?
Let’s be careful out there gals….

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(AP Photo/Chris O’Meara)

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Canada’s Meghan Agosta (2) and Jayna Hefford (16) share a light for their cigars, which then gives Agosta the opportunity below to take a long, hard drag … you enjoying that?

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Haley Irwin, left, and Tessa Bonhomme have their own celebration routine above …

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Irwin and Agosta then do it their way, above and below …

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