US Women's Team Has Scored Dozen On Russia After Two Periods

The United States women have set an Olympic record with six power play goals as they have scored an even dozen goals against Russia through two periods. Jenny Potter has another hat trick while Natalie Darwitz has two goals and Karen Thatcher, Monique Lamoureaux, Kelli Stack, Jocelyne Lamoureaux, Angela Ruggerio, Caitlin Cahow, and Molly Engstrom each have scored one goal.

The US is outshooting Russia 32-4 through two period and is six for seven on the powerplay. With one more period left, the US just needs to finish out the game as they will already be heading to the semifinals no matter the outcome of their game against Finland

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