Inside that lair right now we have a crunch encounter in the men's ice hockey competition.
The Slovenians are having a ball at these Games.
The nation's two million inhabitants have not only been celebrating the double gold medal-winning exploits of skier Tina Maze, they have also reveled in the exploits of their men's ice hockey team.
Playing in their first ever Olympic tournament, Slovenia have been on a fairytale run.
A 4-0 win over Austria in the play-offs qualification match has led to today's quarterfinal against Sweden.
The Swedes are the reigning world champions, but Slovenia are holding their own.
It's 0-0 as we approach the end of the first period. Actually, scratch that, as I type Sweden take the lead.
Alexander Steen with the goal on the power play. This will be a true test of Slovenia's resolve.