- U.S. hockey routed the Olympic Athletes from Russia on Tuesday in the Winter Olympics.
- Jocelyne Lamoureux gave the U.S. a comfortable lead by scoring two goals in six seconds.
- Lamoureux’s second goal was an awesome juke that completely fooled the Russian goalie before she buried the shot.
The U.S. women’s hockey team routed the Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR), 5-0, on Tuesday in the Winter Olympics.
In the second period, Jocelyne Lamoureux gave the U.S. a comfortable lead by scoring two goals in six seconds, the second of which was a move for the ages.
Lamoureux’s first goal came on a rebound, which she gathered and buried in the net.
On the ensuing face-off, she stole the puck, raced between three Russian defenders, got a one-on-one with the goalie, then faked a shot, before going back-handed to score the goal.
Check out both of her goals below:
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