North Dakota players in Sochi
USA  Team USA  FIN  Team Finland   GER  Team Germany
Jocelyne Lamoureux Michelle Karvinen Tanja Eisenschmid
Monique Lamoureux Susanna Tapani Susanne Fellner 
  Max Markowitz  
 

 


 

2014 Olympic Schedule
Preliminary Round
Feb. 8 vs Finland (W, 3-1)
Feb. 10 vs Switzerland (W, 9-0)
Feb. 12 vs Canada (L, 2-3)
Playoff Round
Feb. 17 vs Sweden (W, 6-1)
Feb. 20 vs Canada (L, 2-3 OT)
2014 Olympic Stats
Opponent G A P SOG +/-
Finland 0 0 0 2 0
Switzerland 0 2 2 4 +2
Canada 0 1 1 1 +1
Sweden 0 1 1 2 0
Canada 0 1 1 0 +1
Totals 0 5 5 9 +4
Tournament Notes
Took home silver after Canada defeated the U.S., 3-2, in overtime in the gold medal game. Along with Monique Lamoureux, becomes the first North Dakotans in state history to win two Olympic medals.

Led all skaters at the tournament with five assists in five games. Saw a total of 78:05 ice time, averaging 15:37 per game.

Game Notes

vs Finland (Feb. 8): Registered two shots on goal and an even rating in a 3-1 win.

vs Switzerland (Feb. 10): Recorded two assists, both on Monique's goals. Registered four shots on goal and finished with a +2 plus/minus rating. Went 13-5 (.722) in the faceoff circle.

vs Canada (Feb. 12): Tallied her third assist of the tournament, helping on the extra-attacker goal in the final two minutes of play against Canada. Tallied one shot on goal and finished with a +1 plus/minus rating.

vs Sweden (Feb. 17): Recorded her fourth assist of the tournament, assisting on Monique Lamoureux's power-play goal in the second period. Attempted a penalty shot in the third period after a tripping call. Finished with two shots on goal.

vs Canada (Feb. 20): Assisted on the opening goal of the game, scored by Meghan Duggan halfway through the second period in Team USA’s overtime loss to Canada in the gold medal game. Finished the game with a +1 plus/minus rating.

In the news
• Lamoureux twins prepare for another shot at Olympic gold (GrandForksHerald.com - Feb. 7)
Rising Stars: Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux (Small Video Graphic - SI.com - Jan. 27)
The Lamoureux Twins - Athlete Profiles (Small Video Graphic - Youtube - Jan. 27)
Seven sets of siblings set sights on Sochi (TeamUSA.org - Jan. 27)
Full focus on Sochi: U.S. women hope to repeat Worlds gold (IIHF.com - Jan. 26)
Shattuck-St. Mary's hockey alumni in the Olympics (NBC.com - Jan. 21)
• Thrive Rings True: Monique & Jocelyne Lamoureux (Small Video Graphic - Youtube - Jan. 20)
Family affair for Lamoureux twins (espnW.com - Nov. 4, 2013)


 




 

2014 Olympic Schedule
Preliminary Round
Feb. 8 vs Finland (W, 3-1)
Feb. 10 vs Switzerland (W, 9-0)
Feb. 12 vs Canada (L, 2-3)
Playoff Round
Feb. 17 vs Sweden (W, 6-1)
Feb. 20 vs Canada (L, 2-3 OT)
2014 Olympic Stats
Opponent G A P SOG +/-
Finland 0 0 0 2 0
Switzerland 2 0 2 5 +2
Canada  0 0 0 3 0
Sweden 1 0 1 7 0
Canada 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 3 0 3 17 +2
Tournament Notes
Took home silver after Canada defeated the U.S., 3-2, in overtime in the gold medal game. Along with Jocelyne Lamoureux, becomes the first North Dakotans in state history to win two Olympic medals.

Tied for third among all skaters in the tournament, and tied for first on Team USA with three goals scored. Totaled 18 shots on goal with a .167 shooting percentage.

Game Notes

vs Finalnd (Feb. 8): Registered two shots on goal and an even rating in a 3-1.

vs Switzerland (Feb. 10)
: Scored two goals, including the game-winner. Finished the game with five shots on goal and a +2 plus/minus rating.

vs Canada (Feb. 12): Recorded three shots on goal, but was unable to get on the score sheet against Canada. Logged a total of 12:10 ice time and finished with an even plus/minus.

vs Sweden (Feb. 17): Scored her third goal of the tournament, scoring on the power play in the second period. Recorded a total of seven shots on goal in the contest.

vs Canada (Feb. 20): Recorded one shot on goal and finished with an even plus/minus rating in the overtime loss to Canada in the gold medal game.

In the news:
• Lamoureux twins prepare for another shot at Olympic gold 
(GrandForksHerald.com - Feb. 7)
Hockey teams have a lot of packing to do (espnW.com - Jan. 29)
• Marek vs. Wyshynski Podcast: Monique Lamoureux talks Sochi (http://grfx.cstv.com/images/icons/audio.gif - Yahoo! Sports - Jan. 28)
Rising Stars: Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux (Small Video Graphic - SI.com - Jan. 27)
The Lamoureux Twins - Athlete Profiles (Small Video Graphic - Youtube - Jan. 27)
Seven sets of siblings set sights on Sochi (TeamUSA.org - Jan. 27)
Full focus on Sochi: U.S. women hope to repeat Worlds gold (IIHF.com - Jan. 26)
Shattuck-St. Mary's hockey alumni in the Olympics (NBC.com - Jan. 21)
• Thrive Rings True: Monique & Jocelyne Lamoureux (Small Video Graphic - Youtube - Jan. 20)
• Family affair for Lamoureux twins (espnW.com - Nov. 4, 2013)


 





 
2014 Olympic Schedule
Preliminary Round
Feb. 8 vs USA (L, 1-3)
Feb. 10 vs Canada (L, 0-3)
Feb. 12 vs Switzerland (W, 4-3 OT)
Playoff Round
Feb. 15 vs Sweden (L, 2-4)
Feb. 16 vs Germany (W, 2-1)
Feb. 18 vs Russia (W, 4-0)
2014 Olympic Stats
Opponent G A P SOG +/-
USA 0 1 1 2 0
Canada 0 0 0 0 0
Switzerland 2 1 3 7 +2
Sweden 0 0 0 2 -1
Germany 1 0 1 1 +1
Russia 2 0 2 4 +2
Totals 5 2 7 16 +4
Tournament Notes
Named the Olympics' best forward by the Directorate, becoming the first non-North American to earn the award. 

Led all players at the tournament with five goals and seven points. Tied with Jenni Hiirikoski for the highest plus/minus rating on Team Finland with a +4 rating. Led Finland with a .313 shooting percentage, scoring five goals on 16 shots. Averaged 24:19 of ice time through six games, the third most on Finland.


Game Notes

vs United States (Feb. 8): Assisted on the lone goal in a 3-1. Also recorded two shots on goal, an even rating, and 24:07 of total ice time.

vs Canada (Feb. 10): Was unable to register a shot on goal against Canada. Finished with an even plus/minus rating. Saw a total of 21:43 of ice time and 29 shifts.

vs Switzerland (Feb. 12): Scored Finland's second and third goals of the game, with assists from Susanna Tapani on both. Assisted on the opening goal by Hiirikoski. Karvinen scored a shorthanded goal off a breakaway in the second period, before scoring on the power play in the second. Logged 24:28 of ice time and finished with a +2 plus/minus rating.

vs Sweden (Feb. 15): Did no record any points in a 4-2 loss to Sweden in the quarterfinals. Finished with two shots on goal and 27:21 of ice time.

vs Germany (Feb. 16): Scored her third goal of the tournament in a 2-1 win against Germany in the first classification game. Her goal was the game winner and was scored within the first nine minutes of the game. Ended the game with just one shot on goal and 24:32 of ice time.

vs Russia (Feb. 18): Scored two third-period goals to secure a 4-0 win for Finland over Russia. Tallied a total of four shots on goal and finished with a +2 plus/minus rating. Recorded a total of 23:47 of ice, the most for any forward in the game.

In the news
• Current student-athletes preview Olympics (Small Video Graphic - UNDsports.com - Feb. 6)
• Two UND players expected to be among top forwards for Finland at upcoming Olympics (GrandForksHerald.com - Feb. 4)
• North Dakota Trio Heads to Sochi Eager and Prepared 
(TheHockeyWriters.com - Feb. 3)
Midco SN Interview (Small Video Graphic - YouTube.com - Jan. 30)
Video Blog Update - #3 (Small Video Graphic - MichelleKarvinen.com - Jan. 24)
• UND players prepare for 2014 Winter Olympics (Small Video Graphic - KVRR.com - Jan. 20)
• Challenging North America: Finnish women's team deeper than before (IIHF.com - Jan. 18)


 





 
2014 Olympic Schedule
Preliminary Round
Feb. 8 vs USA (L, 1-3)
Feb. 10 vs Canada (L, 0-3)
Feb. 12 vs Switzerland (W, 4-3 OT)
Playoff Round
Feb. 15 vs Sweden (L, 2-4)
Feb. 16 vs Germany (W, 2-1)
Feb. 18 vs Russia (W, 4-0)
2014 Olympic Stats
Opponent G A P SOG +/-
USA 1 0 1 3 -1
Canada 0 0 0 0 0
Switzerland 0 2 2 1 +2
Sweden 0 0 0 2 -2
Germany 0 1 1 1 +1
Russia 0 1 1 4 +2
Totals 1 4 5 11 +2
Tournament Notes
Tied for the most assists (4) among all players at the tournament. Her five points tied for seventh among all skaters. Averaged 24:41 of ice time through six games, the second most on Finland.

Game Notes

vs United States (Feb. 8): Scored a goal in her Olympic debut, though it came in a losing effort as the Finns fell to the United States, 3-1. She also recorded three shots on goal, a -1 rating, and a team-high 26:24 of ice time.

vs Canada (Feb. 10): Was unable to register a shot on goal against Canada, but finished with an even plus/minus rating. Had 27 shifts with 25:56 total ice time.

vs Switzerland (Feb. 12): Assisted on both of Michelle Karvinen's goals against Switzerland. Had stretch pass to give Karvinen a shorthanded breakaway in the first period. Fed Karvinen a pass in the slot while on the power play to help put Finland up 3-2 in the second period. Led all forwards in the game with 26:45 of ice time.

vs Sweden (Feb. 15): Failed to record any points in the 4-2 loss to Sweden. Took a total of 24 face offs and finished with two shots on goal. Logged 24:58 of ice time.

vs Germany (Feb. 16): Tallied her third assist and fourth point of the tournament, assisting on Michelle Karvinen's goal in the first period. Recorded one shot on goal and +1 plus/minus rating. Finished with 22:05 ice time.

vs Russia (Feb. 18): Recorded an assist on Riikka Valila's goal in the first period. Finished the contest with four shots on goal, a +2 plus/minus rating and 22:03 of total ice time.

In the news
• Current student-athletes preview Olympics (Small Video Graphic - UNDsports.com - Feb. 6)
• Two UND players expected to be among top forwards for Finland at upcoming Olympics (GrandForksHerald.com - Feb. 4)
• North Dakota Trio Heads to Sochi Eager and Prepared 
(TheHockeyWriters.com - Feb. 3)
Midco SN Interview (Small Video Graphic - YouTube.com - Jan. 30)
• UND players prepare for 2014 Winter Olympics (Small Video Graphic - KVRR.com - Jan. 20)
• Challenging North America: Finnish women's team deeper than before (IIHF.com - Jan. 18)


 





 
2014 Olympic Schedule
Preliminary Round
Feb. 9 vs Russia (L, 1-4)
Feb. 11 vs Sweden (L, 0-4)
Feb. 13 vs Japan (W, 4-0)
Playoff Round
Feb. 16 vs Finland (L, 1-2)
Feb. 18 vs Japan (W, 3-2)
2014 Olympic Stats
Opponent G A P SOG +/-
Russia 0 0 0 0 -1
Sweden 0 0 0 0 -1
Japan 0 1 1 2 +1
Finland 0 0 0 0 0
Japan 0 0 0 1 0
Totals 0 1 1 3 -1
Tournament Notes
Only one of four defensemen on Germany to record a point in the tournament. Assessed a total of five minor penalties. Averaged 16:42 of ice time through five games.

Game Notes

vs Russia (Feb. 9): Saw a total of 15:56 of total ice time against Russia, logging 26 shifts. Finished with a -1 plus/minus rating.

vs Sweden (Feb. 11): Unable to record any shots on goal. Assessed one minor penalty. Finished with a -1 plus/minus rating and logged 15:42 of ice time.

vs Japan (Feb. 13): Recorded her first Olympic point assisting on Germany's third goal of its 4-0 win over Japan. Finished the game with two shots on goal and a +1 plus/minus rating. Logged a total of 17:28 of ice time in 25 shifts.

vs Finland (Feb. 16): Did not record any points or shots on goal in Germany's 2-1 loss to Finland. Assessed a two minute minor. Finished with an even plus/minus rating and 17:06 of ice time.

vs Japan (Feb. 18): Recorded one shot on goal in the 3-2 win against Germany. Finished with an even plus/minus rating and logged 17:18 of ice time.

In the news
• Current student-athletes preview Olympics (Small Video Graphic - UNDsports.com - Feb. 6)
• Rising star Eisenschmid set for Olympic debut (GrandForksHerald.com - Feb. 4)
• North Dakota Trio Heads to Sochi Eager and Prepared 
(TheHockeyWriters.com - Feb. 3)
• Midco SN Interview (Small Video Graphic - YouTube.com - Jan. 30)
• UND players prepare for 2014 Winter Olympics (Small Video Graphic - KVRR.com - Jan. 20)
Looking to win hearts: Second round target as Germany return to Olympics (IIHF.com - Jan. 22)
• Eisenschmid follows sister (IIHF.com - Jan. 8)


 





 
2014 Olympic Schedule
Preliminary Round
Feb. 9 vs Russia (L, 1-4)
Feb. 11 vs Sweden (L, 0-4)
Feb. 13 vs Japan (W, 4-0)
Playoff Round
Feb. 16 vs Finland (L, 1-2)
Feb. 18 vs Japan (W, 3-2)
2014 Olympic Stats
Opponent G A P SOG +/-
Russia 0 0 0 2 -1
Sweden 0 0 0 1 0
Japan 0 0 0 0 +1
Finland 0 0 0 0 -1
Japan 0 0 0 1 -1
Totals 0 0 0 4 -2
Tournament Notes
Germany finished seventh, defeating Japan, 3-2, in the classification bracket. Averaged 22:32 of ice time per game, second most on Team Germany. Lead Germany with the most shifts (133).

Game Notes

vs Russia (Feb. 9): Recorded two shots on goa against Russia. Finished with a -1 plus/minus rating. Logged a total of 23:13 of total ice time.

vs Sweden (Feb. 11): Recorded one shot on goal in the 4-0 loss to Sweden. Led the team with 22:51 of ice time in the game. Finished with an even plus/minus rating.

vs Japan (Feb. 13): Led the Germans with 22:44 of ice time. Did not record a shot on goal or a point in the 4-0 win, but finished with a +1 plus/minus rating.

vs Finland (Feb. 16): Did not record any points of shots on goal in the 2-1 loss to Finland. Finished with a -1 plus/minus rating with 22:02 of total ice time.

vs Japan (Feb. 18): Finished with one shot on goal in Germany's 3-2 win against Japan. Logged 21:51 of ice, second most on the team.

In the news
• Looking to win hearts: Second round target as Germany return to Olympics (IIHF.com - Jan. 22)


 

 



 
2014 Olympic Schedule
Preliminary Round
Feb. 8 vs USA (L, 1-3)
Feb. 10 vs Canada (L, 0-3)
Feb. 12 vs Switzerland (W, 4-3 OT)
Playoff Round
Feb. 15 vs Sweden (L, 2-4)
Feb. 16 vs Germany (W, 2-1)
Feb. 18 vs Russia (W, 4-0)
Game Notes
vs United States (Feb. 8): Finland fell to the United States by a score of 3-1, with Susanna Tapani scoring and Noora Raty making 40 saves for the Finns.

vs Canada (Feb. 10): Finland fell to Canada, 3-0. The game was scoreless after two periods, but Canada captilalized on the power play to open the scoding in the third period. Canada outshot Finland 42-14.

vs Switzerland (Feb. 12): Finland picked up its first win of the tournament downing Switzerland 4-3 in overtime. UND's Michelle Karvinen recorded three points and Susanna Tapani recorded two assists. Finland scored two power-play goals and one shorthanded. The Finns outshot Switzerland 34-27.


vs Sweden (Feb. 15): Finland scored first against Sweden, but the Swedes came back for a 4-2 win in the quarterfinals, knocking Finland out of contention for a medal. Finland was outshot 32-31 and Sweden scored two power-play goals.

vs Germany (Feb. 16): Michelle Karvinen and Jenni Hiirikoski scored in the first period giving Finland a 2-0 lead over Germany in the first game of classification. Finland went on to win 2-1, being outshot 25-20. The win advanced Finland to the fifth-place game where it will face Russia.

vs Russia (Feb. 18): Finland posted a shutout to end the tournament with a win, defeating Russia, 4-0, in the fifth-place game. Finland outshot Russia 29-19 and scored 1 power-play goal.

In the news
• UND assistant to help coach Finnish National Team (GrandForksHerald.com - Feb. 4)