47 0 0 0 13 6. Womens oops moments move that won the U. Olympic gold medal in two decades is named, naturally, after a Britney Spears song.
A coach had nicknamed this maneuver, a bit of stick wizardry which she’s practiced thousands of times since her team blew a late 2-0 lead over Canada in Sochi, before losing in overtime and settling for silver. As Lamoureux-Davidson approached Canadian goaltender Shannon Szabados, she faked a shot to her right, already sending Szabados scrambling. In an instant, she brought the puck to her backhand. After the game, Szabados just didn’t want to talk about it. Lamouruex-Davidson pumped her right arm — bam — knowing that if U. Maddie Rooney could make just one more save, the gold medal would return to America.