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'Elimination' shootouts in Olympics since 1992

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'Elimination' shootouts in Olympics since 1992
'Elimination' shootouts in Olympic competition since 1992

Since 1992, a shootout has been used to determine a winner in 'elimination' games tied after regulation time and an overtime period. (The format was added to Preliminary Round play in 2010).

Following are recaps of the four 'elimination' games decided in a shootout:

1992 – ALBERTVILLE

Canada eliminated Germany in the Quarterfinal Round:

Eric Lindros (Canada) unsuccessful against Helmet De Raaf (Germany)

Peter Draisaitl (Germany) unsuccessful against Sean Burke (Canada)

Dave Archibald (Canada) unsuccessful against Helmet De Raaf (Germany)

Dieter Hegen (Germany) unsuccessful against Sean Burke (Canada)

Jason Woolley (Canada) scored against Helmet De Raaf (Germany)

Gerd Truntschka (Germany) unsuccessful against Sean Burke (Canada)

Wally Schreiber (Canada) scored against Helmet De Raaf (Germany)

Michael Rumrich (Germany) scored against Sean Burke (Canada)

Joe Juneau (Canada) unsuccessful against Helmet De Raaf (Germany)

Andreas Brockmann (Germany) scored against Sean Burke (Canada)

Eric Lindros (Canada) scored against Helmet De Raaf (Germany)

Peter Draisaitl (Germany) unsuccessful against Sean Burke (Canada)

(Canada won shootout 3-2 and game 4-3)

1994 – LILLEHAMMER

Sweden eliminated Canada in Gold-Medal Game:

Hakan Loob (Sweden) unsuccessful against Corey Hirsch (Canada)

Petr Nedved (Canada) scored against Tommy Salo (Sweden)

Magnus Svensson (Sweden) scored against Corey Hirsch (Canada)

Paul Kariya (Canada) scored against Tommy Salo (Sweden)

Mats Naslund (Sweden) unsuccessful against Corey Hirsch (Canada)

Dwayne Norris (Canada) unsuccessful against Tommy Salo (Sweden)

Peter Forsberg (Sweden) scored against Corey Hirsch (Canada)

Greg Parks (Canada) unsuccessful against Tommy Salo (Sweden)

Roger Hansson (Sweden) unsuccessful against Corey Hirsch (Canada)

Greg Johnson (Canada) unsuccessful against Tommy Salo (Sweden)

Magnus Svensson (Sweden) unsuccessful against Corey Hirsch (Canada)

Petr Nedved (Canada) unsuccessful against Tommy Salo (Sweden)

Peter Forsberg (Sweden) scored against Corey Hirsch (Canada)

Paul Kariya (Canada) unsuccessful against Tommy Salo (Sweden)

(Sweden won shootout 3-2 and game 3-2)

1998 – NAGANO

Czech Republic eliminated Canada in the Semifinal Round:

Theo Fleury (Canada) unsuccessful against Dominik Hasek (Czech Republic)

Robert Reichel (Czech Republic) scored against Patrick Roy (Canada)

Ray Bourque (Canada) unsuccessful against Dominik Hasek (Czech Republic)

Martin Rucinsky (Czech Republic) unsuccessful against Patrick Roy (Canada)

Joe Nieuwendyk (Canada) unsuccessful against Dominik Hasek (Czech Republic)

Pavel Patera (Czech Republic) unsuccessful against Patrick Roy (Canada)

Eric Lindros (Canada) unsuccessful against Dominik Hasek (Czech Republic)

Jaromir Jagr (Czech Republic) unsuccessful against Patrick Roy (Canada)

Brendan Shanahan (Canada) unsuccessful against Dominik Hasek (Czech Republic)

(Czech Republic won shootout 1-0 and game 2-1)

2002 – SALT LAKE CITY

No 'elimination' games decided in a shootout.

2006 – TURIN

No 'elimination' games decided in a shootout.

2010 – VANCOUVER

Switzerland eliminated Belarus in the Qualification Round:

Thomas Deruns (Switzerland) scored on Andrei Mezin (Belarus)

Oleg Antonenko (Belarus) unsuccessful against Jonas Hiller (Switzerland)

Romano Lemm (Switzerland) scored on Andrei Mezin (Belarus)

Dmitri Meleshko (Belarus) scored on Jonas Hiller (Switzerland)

Ivo Ruthemann (Switzerland) unsuccessful against Andrei Mezin (Belarus)

Sergei Kostitsyn (Belarus) unsuccessful against Jonas Hiller (Switzerland)

(Switzerland won shootout 2-1 and game 3-2)

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