2010 Winter Olympics Team USA Hockey Captain Jamie Langenbrunner Begins His Quest for the Gold Medal with Supreme Protein
Jamie Langenbrunner (http://sports.espn.go.com/ nhl/ players/ profile?playerId=507) knows what it takes to win in high-pressure games. The 14-year National Hockey League star has twice held aloft the greatest prize in pro hockey, once as a member of the Stanley Cup winning Dallas Stars (1999) and once for the NHL champion New Jersey Devils (2003). Now Langenbrunner faces his greatest challenge yet as he assumes the role of Team USA Captain and seeks to lead a squad of NHL superstars to Olympic gold in Vancouver when the 2010 Olympic Winter Games begin on February 12th. Before he takes to the Olympic ice, however, Langenbrunner has joined another team with an all-star roster - Supreme Protein’s Team Supreme. (PRWeb Feb 11, 2010)
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