Today is the two-year anniversary of TJ Oshie single-handedly beating Russia in one of the greatest hockey games in Olympic history.
The United States and Russia faced off Feb. 15, 2014 in the Sochi winter Olympics in one of the most highly anticipated games in recent hockey memory. (SLIDESHOW: This NHL Player’s Girlfriend Is A Sexy Model Almost Too Hot To Handle)
Regulation ended in a 2-2 tie and both teams sent their best shooters to the ice for what became an epic shootout. Oshie, who currently plays for the Washington Capitals, ascended into hockey history after scoring four shootout goals to win the game for America. (VIDEO: Massive Hit Sparks Huge NHL Fight)