PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (AP) _ Team Canada and Team USA received plenty of fan support from familiar faces in the women's gold-medal hockey game.
Canadian figure skater Scott Moir, who won the gold in ice dancing with partner Tessa Virtue, was in the stands at Gangneung Hockey Center on Thursday rooting on his hockey-playing teammates.
Oh, and he was also letting the officials know how he felt about some early penalties called on Team Canada.
Scott Moir is all of Canada rn#CAN goes to a third PK
— CBC Olympics (@CBCOlympics) February 22, 2018
Meanwhile, Matt Mortensen of the U.S. National Luge Team was also there, rooting for the Americans with some of his luge teammates.
— Matt Mortensen (@MMortensenUSA) February 22, 2018
Canada won the gold in Sochi in 2014 after it rallied from a two-goal deficit to shock the Americans. It had won the last four Olympic golds.
The U.S. won 3-2 in a shootout, capped by a deadly triple-deke by Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson. It's the first time the Americans won it all since 1998, when they beat the Canadians 3-1 in the first women's hockey tournament at the Olympics. The Americans needed a comeback of their own this time around after trailing 2-1 after two periods.
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