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Topic - Hilary Knight
Marie-Philip Poulin scored twice for the second straight Olympic gold medal game and Canada beat the United States 3-2 in overtime on Thursday for its fourth consecutive title.
The puck skittered the length of the ice on its way toward the empty Canadian net before clanging off the post and stopping in front of the crease.
The puck bounced off Kelli Stack's chest, and before it could flutter back to the ice she bunted it out of the air, past Finland goalie Noora Raty and into the net.
Hilary Knight scored 53 seconds into the game and assisted on Alex Carpenter's second-period goal as the United States turned back third-seeded Finland 3-1 to open the women's hockey tournament Saturday at the Sochi Olympics.
Hilary Knight didn't expect "Eloise" to be a children's favorite.
"I didn't touch her," Knight said. "She fell. That was a bogus call. But it's not about any one call."
"Unfortunately, when you let other factors come in, it can bounce either way. That's what happened today," Knight said. "It's heartbreaking, and you go four years, and you think you've got the game in the bag, and something happens. It's unfortunate, but this group has represented our country at an outstanding level. So can't really be too heartbroken about it."