The United States defeated Canada for the third straight time in claiming its seventh IIHF women’s world championship tonight when Alex Carpenter scored at 12:30 of the overtime period in Kamloops.

All seventeen world championship gold medal matches have been contested between the U.S. and Canada. It’s also the second time in a row that Canada has hosted the worlds only to watch their team lose to the U.S. In keeping with tonight’s theme, here’s how Canadian TV network TSN called the game-winning goal.