Britney Spears performs in Zurich, Switzerland, on Oct. 25, 2000, as part of her ''Oops, I did it again'' world tour. (AP Photo/Walter Bieri)

Win an Olympic gold medal with a clinching score off a move named for a song by a famous singer, it gets attention. 

American Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson scored in the sixth round to beat Canada 3-2 in a shootout off a meandering, yet dazzling triple-deke to put a forehand past the outstretched glove of the goalie on Thursday. That clinched the first gold medal for the United States in women's hockey in 20 years. 



Coach Peter Elander, now at Ohio State, taught the shootout move to Lamoureux-Davidson and her twin sister, Monique Lamoureux-Morando, when the three were at the University of North Dakota. And Elander named the shootout move "Oops, I did it again.'' 

And yes, singer Britney Spears noticed.

After all, she not only had a hit with the song titled "Oops, I did it again'' but that was the title of her world tour in 2000. Spears congratulated Lamoureux-Davidson for "quite the goal" and the U.S. team for bringing home gold.