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Thursday, 22 February 2018

U.S. Women's Hockey Team Won the Gold Medal

U.S. Women's Hockey Team Won the Gold Medal

U.S. Women's Hockey Team Won the Gold Medal

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Rising triumphantly from a last possible minute triumph Thursday evening in the Winter Olympic competition last, against their long-lasting Canadian rivals, the U.S. women's' hockey group handled inquiries from the press while looking essentially as elated and cheerful as could be normal from such a win. 

At times while one of them was giving an answer, a major grin would break over their face. 

"I trust women's' hockey develops, I trust it detonates in the following couple of years," Team USA hockey forward Hilary Knight told columnists. "That is clearly one of our objectives when we're off the ice is to develop and advance the amusement and attempt and rouse the cutting edge decently well and fabricate a future for them stunningly better than what was previously." 

The gold decoration amusement, in Gangneung, South Korea, (which disclosed early Thursday morning stateside) was the most recent portion in the repeating competition for the lead position between the American ladies and their northern neighbors. 

Since women's' ice hockey was presented at the Olympics in 1998, the two groups have played each other for the gold in five of those six Games. Until Thursday, the U.S. had missed the mark in everything except the to start with, including consecutive misfortunes in 2010 and 2014. 

The 2018 win came at scarcely in time, after Canada overwhelmed the U.S's. 1-0 lead with two objectives previously an effective late-amusement shot by the U.S. sent them into extra minutes. 

A shootout took after that scoreless additional period and the U.S. at last beat the competition, 3-2, on account of an effective phony outshot from forward Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson. 

Goalie Maddie Rooney at that point obstructed the Canadians' last shot in the shootout, securing the win. 

"To have the capacity to leave away with a win, to win from behind as we did, is something extraordinary," said Monique Lamoureux-Morando, Jocelyne's twin sister and her kindred forward. "We played this diversion in our psyches a thousand times and won it each and every way that could be available, and there's simply something extraordinary with this group." 

"We just knew we would complete it," she stated, "and [I'm] so pleased with everyone on this group and it's unbelievable that it is so cheerful to be an Olympic champion. It's a title that nobody can detract from us." 

Forward Gigi Marvin put it along these lines: "Our rival is never the other group we're confronting, it's dependably the uncertainty, and I think the greater thing is only the uncertainty and the dread. Thus we could push everything without end — up 1-nothing, at that point surrender two objectives, tie it, at that point we're in a shootout. 

"What number of chances do you need to rationally only sort of buckle? What's more, we didn't. We simply squashed the dread and pulverized the uncertainty and simply confided in what was to come."

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