Lamoureux Make Team USA

Both Lamoureux twins have made Team USA for the upcoming Women’s World Championship. Jocelyne, who missed some Team USA activities over the winter due to surgery recovery, is on the roster as a forward. Monique, who has moved to the blue line since the 2014 Sochi Games, will continue playing defense. The World Championships will…
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Gold Medal Game Arrives

In the summer of 2009, I talked to one prominent college hockey coach, trying to gauge whether the Lamoureux twins could make Team USA for the 2010 Vancouver Games. The coach’s response? “Yes.” Why? “They need them against Canada.” The coach went on to explain that the Americans are talented enough to win against pretty…
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North Dakota’s Olympic Medalists

On Thursday, regardless of the result, Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux will become the first North Dakotans ever to win two Olympic medals. They also could become the first North Dakotans to win gold. Here’s our list of North Dakotans winning Olympic medals. Let me know if I’m missing anyone. 1956 — Ken Purpur, silver, men’s…
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U.S. To Play For Gold Again

The Lamoureux twins, who have been working four years to get another shot at gold, will have it on Thursday morning. Monique scored a goal, Jocelyne set it up, Warroad’s Gigi Marvin added an assist and the Americans easily beat Sweden 6-1. Team USA outshot the Swedes 70-9 in the game, including a 29-1 margin…
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Lamoureuxs Kick-start Rout Of Swiss

Monique Lamoureux scored two goals, Jocelyne Lamoureux set both of them up and Team USA routed Switzerland 9-0 in pool play on Monday morning. The Americans were actually on their heels for a few shifts early in the game, and Switzerland even generated a power play, but Monique’s goal at 9:20 of the first period…
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