From bars to local rinks, U.S. hockey fans react to T.J. Oshie’s shootout winner (Video)

If T.J. Oshie wasn't a household name in the United States on Friday, he certainly became one on Saturday morning when his four goals in the shootout helped beat Russia 3-2 in a dramatic second game for both teams at the Olympics.

The game was tight throughout regulation and overtime, and in the shootout, thanks to IIHF rules, Oshie was able to have six shootout attempts versus Sergei Bobrovsky. The American hockey world was elated when he final attempt secured the win. Some even filmed their reactions.

First up, here's the Banshee Pub in Boston:

Moving down south, the moment of silence just before Oshie's shot at Diesel Filling Station in Atlanta, Georgia really brings the dramatic effect:

The R Bar in Columbus, Ohio is popular destination for hockey fans, so it's no surprise the place was packed and ready to celebrate:

Not far from the home of the New Jersey Devils, a Hoboken, New Jersey soccer bar turned into USA Hockey central:

Staying in Hoboken, here was the scene at Texas Arizona:

Via Unleash the Fury, here's what Wilson Tavern in Arlington, Virginia looked like:

Finally, it wasn't just bars around the country that saw fans packed in to watch the game. Even local rinks had the game on. Parents and young hockey players at Mt. St. Charles Arena watched the ending from the rink lobby:

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Sean Leahy

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