Sochi Olympics 2014: Team USA Stuns Russia In A Shootout After Controversial Disallowed Goal
February 15, 2014

Via NJ.com:

SOCHI, Russia -- It started as a celebration for this entire country, with 12,000 fans filling the Bolshoy Ice Dome with Russian flags, jerseys and a familiar chant.

RUS-SIL-YA! RUS-SIL-YA! RUS-SIL-YA!

But it ended with mostly silence, but for the cheers of a few hundred Americans who were brave and proud enough to wave the stars and stripes in enemy territory. Because the game the Russia had anticipated for months ended in a way they probably couldn't have imagined:

A shootout loss with controversy.

(Watch the shootout video here.)

T.J. Oshie converted in the eighth round of a shootout, ...

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