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Topic - Molly Schaus
Everyone is happy in Goalie World.
U.S. forward Amanda Kessel appeared to score for her first Olympic hat trick, only to watch the referee skate over to the boards for a video review.
The United States women's hockey team will have a new goaltender for its second game of the Olympics.
"We've been fortunate enough to be teammates for six years. We've developed a friendship," Schaus said. "Obviously, everyone wants to play and everyone wants to be that person. ... But you get to put on this jersey, and you do it with pride, and you want to win. So you do whatever the team needs to be successful."
"I've been watching them do that all year," said Schaus, who was the backup for the first game and didn't see much action in this one, either.