Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson sets Olympic hockey record by scoring 2 goals in 6 seconds

Team USA rolled Tuesday morning behind the record-setting performance.
Team USA forward Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson set an Olympic hockey record for fastest consecutive goals by scoring twice in just six seconds in a 5-0 win over Olympic Athletes from Russia on Tuesday morning. The pair of goals helped the Americans roll to a second consecutive win to open the group stage in Pyeongchang.
Lamoureux-Davidson broke an Olympic record that had existed since 1960, when Sweden’s Carl Goran Oberg scored a pair of goals in eight seconds at the Winter Games in Squaw Valley, Calif. She finished a dominant performance with two goals, an assist, and six shots on net in just 14 minutes of playing time.
There was little doubt during the match between USA and Russia about which team was better. The Americans dominated the shot distribution, 50-13, and it only got worse as the game went on. In the second period, USA held a 24-7 shot advantage. In the third period with the lead extended to 4-0, USA outshot the Russians, 19-4.
Lamoureux-Davidson’s first goal came on a rebound resulting from a shot by her sister, Monique Lamoureux-Morando. The second goal came on the ensuing faceoff when a miscue by the Russian defense gave Lamoureux-Morando a breakaway that she cashed home for another score.
Team USA is now second in Group A with a 2-0-0-0 record and a plus-7 goal differential through two games in Pyeongchang. They’re behind Canada, which won its first two games with a plus-8 goal differential. Finishing top two in the group, which is guaranteed at this point, ensures that both teams will be placed in different semifinals for the playoff stage and sets up a probable gold medal rematch between the two juggernauts.
But before we can do that, Team USA and Canada will face off to wrap up the group stage at 10:10 p.m. ET Wednesday night. The game won’t have much importance in terms of medaling in Pyeongchang, but it’ll be a fun preview for both tests to test themselves against their biggest foe.
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