Liney pic! Decker, Coyne sandwich! WISCOOO pic! Go Badgers. Rigsby, Vetter, Me, Duggan, Decker, Pankowski
What were you thinking when the score was 5-5?
Anyone have a mini panic attack?
Annie, Dana, Bae and Meghan
When you approach a game, you watch film, you study plays and you prepare for that last game. The final game never unfolds the way you envisioned it! Drawing the first period up, ahead by a few goals leading into the second period…entering the locker room after the second period heading into the third period, tied—there were multiple energy fluxes in the final game. Sometimes these fluxes can get the best of you, but it is up to the team to rally behind each other.
With all the ups and downs we were a very skilled and confident pack. We had all the tools necessary to put ourselves in a great position to win the world championship, and so we did.
All of us snapped into gear in the third period. Every shift had so much potential to change the game, and so every shift each forward, defensemen (goalie too — shout out to Rigsby!) took, we understood the significance of our roles. Everyone stepped up; when one person fell down, another was there to help out. It was a team win and everyone took part in bringing the world championship back to the U-S-A.
For some of us that was our first world title; for others, it was our third or even fifth world title. Nonetheless, a win is a win, and when you can do it for your country, it is one of the best feelings in the world regardless of if it is your first or your fifth title!!
Thank you again for reading!
You’re the best!
Hejdå för nu!
(L) Me, Vetter, Dani, Meghan, Dana and Kacey