Four former University of Wisconsin women's hockey players won gold in South Korea as the Americans ended a 20-year gold-medal drought in women's hockey by beating Canada 3-2 in the first shootout in an Olympic women's final.
The loss ended Canada's bid for a fifth-straight title and brought heartbreak to the members of Team Canada, including its five current and former UW players: forwards Blayre Turnbull, Sarah Nurse and Emily Clark, defenseman Meaghan Mikkelson and backup goaltender Ann-Renee Desbiens.
US women's team reacts to winning gold
Americans celebrate win from USA house
20 years in the making
Watch Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson's game-winning goal
Watch all the best plays from Team USA's gold-medal win
Team USA embraces during national anthem
Ellen congratulates Team USA
Al Roker welcomes Team USA
ESPN compares win with 'Miracle on Ice'
NBC Sports congratulates Team USA
Capturing a close call
UW shows support for Team Canada
Badgers cheer on from Madison
GOOD AS GOLD! 🏅🇺🇸👐— Wisconsin Badgers (@UWBadgers) February 22, 2018
Congrats to @USAHockey on winning gold at this year's #Olympics! @BadgerWHockey was on the edge of its seat like everyone else.
Special shoutout to our Badgers @hilaryknight, @mduggan10, @Bdecker14 and @aRigs33! #OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/PpnAIYdH0a
Tony Granato poses with Brianna Decker
Americans pose with gold medals
Fan congratulates Team USA
Buffalo Bills show love to Emily Pfalzer
Hilary Knight shows off gold
Team USA players celebrate win over Canada
Hilary Knight celebrates
Hilary Knight shows off gold medal
Meghan Duggan celebrates with teammates
Recognizing their roots
On this date in 1980: The Miracle came to life thanks in part to #Badgers great Mark Johnson. He scored two game-tying goals for Team USA in its stunning 4-3 Olympic victory over the Soviet Union in Lake Placid. The triumph spawned books, movies and legends that still endure.— Andy Baggot (@AndyBaggot) February 22, 2018
Get ready for Hollywood to come calling
Canadian fan picks wrong section
Lil Wayne offers "Kongratz"
Kongratz to the US women’s hockey team!!!!!!!!!— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) February 22, 2018