Whatever. Olympics are over, Canada is feeling good, now we can actually get back to real hockey on real sized rinks with actual teams, not some hodgepodge of superstars thrown together for a month and we don't have to worry about this for another four years.
It's not an opinion if they're both right. Canada played a dominant defensive game and had an all-star performance in goal.
That does not mean they were "trapping" at all.
Agree with both of you ...
See it every year in every league, at every level ... the teams that win are the ones that establish their own style and adapt ahead of the opponent. Especially in short tournaments ... which is exactly what Canada did.
And you're entitled to your opinion as well, in the same sense that one can have the opinion that the sun orbits the earth. Unless of course you are using the word "trap" in a more subjective way to mean any good defence, well then yes that's more defensible.