SOCHI, Russia - In women's hockey, there is no bigger prize than Olympic gold medals.

On Thursday, the U.S. we fewer than five minutes from achieving the ultimate prize, before Canada stormed back with two late goals to send the contest to sudden death overtime, where Marie-Philip Poulin scored the goal that brought gold medals to Canada.

For Canada, its their fourth consecutive gold medal in women's Olympic hockey.

For the U.S., it is their second straight silver medal.

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