Lindsey Vonn’s Olympic campaign for three gold medals ended with a whimper Friday afternoon when she missed a gate and was disqualified from the Slalom, her final event in Vancouver. "I went out there fighting and it just wasn't my day," Vonn said. "I'm totally satisfied with everything I have done here. I have the gold medal I came here for." Though Vonn came into the Games carrying a shin injury, she opened triumphantly with a gold in the downhill and was considered a contender for at least two more. But she couldn’t match that performance in her other events as she crashed in the Super Combined, won bronze in the Super-G, crashed in the Giant Slalom and, finally, skiied wide in the Slalom. Meanwhile, in men's hockey, the United States all but guaranteed a spot in the gold-medal game after blitzing Finland 6-0 in the first period of their semifinal.