A tie sent Saturday's game into overtime, when American T.J. Oshie scored four times on six attempts in one-on-one confrontations with Russian goalie Sergei Bobrovsky.
Oshie, 27, a native of Everett, Washington, plays forward for the National Hockey League's St. Louis Blues. Bobrovsky, 25, a native of Novokuznetsk, also plays in the NHL, for the Columbus Blue Jackets.
"My hands are a little tingling, my feet are tingling," Oshie said after the game. "It was pretty nerve-racking out there. We knew it would take 65 minutes and then some."
Said Bobrovsky: "Obviously I'm very disappointed. It was a shootout; we wanted more. It is heartbreaking."
Guess who's last in bobsledding? Yeah, mon.
The first two heats of the men's two-man boblsledding event took place on Sunday, with 30 teams racing through the 17-turn course.
The event continues Monday, and several pairs are within striking distance of the podium after two heats, including teams from the United States, Canada and Russia.
But it's not looking likely that this year's Jamaican team will have a fairytale finish to inspire any sequels to the 1993 movie "Cool Runnings."
This year, the Jamaican team made headlines after qualifying, but now they're in last place.
But at least they have their own theme song, designed to sync with the Sochi course.