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Strange ending for US women’s hockey team More time, goals after the game is over – NBC10 Philadelphia

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It’s not over until it’s over. But for the US women’s hockey team on Thursday, it’s not over even if it is.

After the last seconds ticked on the clock, the final whistle sounded and the United States began to celebrate what had happened. believed to be a 5-1 win Overtaking Finland in the qualifying round of the 2022 Winter Olympics, Finland scored a goal and time was added to the clock.

It was determined that a shot taken by Finland’s Susanna Tapani with a time of 2:20 remaining in the third half that appeared to have hit the post actually missed the camera placed inside the net, causing the ball to be fast. quickly go outside the goal. The match continued at the time, but upon review it was determined to be a goal.

However, the reconsideration is not announced until the next stoppage, which does not happen until the final whistle.

The clock hit 2:20 again, the score was changed to 5-2, the two teams returned to kick to end a match that seemed to have ended.

No more goals were scored, and when the clock hit zero for the second time in the final half, the US left the field with a 5-2 victory.

But what if a goal is scored in the initial 2:20 time? It will not count, Tapani’s goal will be added in stoppage time and the clock will reset to 2:20.

https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/sports/beijing-winter-olympics/the-torch/bizarre-ending-for-u-s-womens-hockey-team-adds-time-goal-after-game-ended/3132931/ Strange ending for US women’s hockey team More time, goals after the game is over – NBC10 Philadelphia

DUSTIN JONES

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