Jocelyne Lamoureux’s Filthy Penalty Shot That Clinched U.S. Gold Has A Britney Spears Nickname
Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson of Team USA hockey had herself a Winter Olympics for the ages. And she’ll be going home from PyeongChang with a gold medal in large part thanks to the performance she put in during the Games.
First, Lamoureux-Davidson, now a three-time Olympian, set a new Olympic record by scoring twice within six seconds in the second period of Team USA’s 5-0 victory over the Olympic Athletes from Russia. (As if achieving that wasn’t enough of a moment to remember, one of the two goals was even set up by her twin sister Monique Lamoureux-Morando. That’s Jocelyne on the rght below.)
Then, on Wednesday, with the game against Canada still tied after a 2-2 overtime, Lamoureux-Davidson score an absolutely wicked penalty shot goal to clinch gold for the United States.
Just watch how completely filthy this move was. Poor Shannon Szabados of Canada didn’t stand a chance.