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Yesterday, both Women’s Hockey and Men’s Curling won the respective gold medals against Canada.
For the first time since 1998, the U.S. women’s hockey team won the gold. Better yet, in a 3-2 shootout against Canada, who were on their way to their fifth straight gold medal.
Some highlights from the game include Monique Lamoureux-Mordano’s breakaway goal at 13:39 in the third period, tying the game at 2-2. Jocelyne Lamoureax-Davidson had the definitive goal of the gold-medal game during the shootout. Goaltender, Maddie Rooney, is being deemed the difference for Team USA. She made 29 saves through regulation and overtime and ended with four more in the shootout, clinching the gold for the team. After the game, Rooney commented:
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“I just took each player one at a time. “When it came down to one shooter to win it, I just said, ‘It’s one more, and then gold medal.’ “
The 20-year-old from Andover, Minnesota became an overnight sensation. When receiving her medal, she shared the accomplishment with her team, “My team made it easy for me back there.”
In the same day, the men’s curling team gained a spot in the Olympic gold-medal game.
Team USA beat Canada on Monday for the first time ever in Olympic history. Which seemed pretty close to impossible considering Canada has taken home the gold medal in men’s curling for the last three Winter Olympics. So not only did Team USA beat them for the first time ever and knock them off their gold winning streak, but they beat them AGAIN, scoring 5-3, winning them a spot in the Olympic gold-medal game for the first time in its history.
The Americans will take on Sweden, who defeated Switzerland 9–3 in the other semifinal on Saturday at 1:35 a.m.
The United States currently has eight gold medals, seven silver and six bronze, totaling 21 medals thus far.
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