North Dakota ‘Hockey Twins’ Hope to Bring Home Olympic Gold for US Women’s Hockey
North Dakotans should pay specific attention to the women's hockey events throughout the 2014 Winter Olympics, as two North Dakota sisters are in Sochi to help the team bring home Olympic Gold.
Grand Forks-natives Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureaux, the 'Hockey Twins', are traveling to their second Olympic games in their young careers. After helping the USA women secure the silver medal in the 2010 Vancouver games, the Lamoureaux's have their eyes set on the elusive gold medal in Sochi.
As we follow the twins throughout their Olympic journey, here are some things you need to know about them leading into the games.
Height: 5'6" Favorite Movie: Dumb & Dumber Weight: 155 lbs Favorite Book: Lone Survivor Birthdate: July 3, 1989 Favorite TV Show: Sons of Anarchy Position: Forward Favorite Athlete: Abby Wambach Shoots: Right Favorite Pro Sports Team: Green Bay Packers Hometown: Grand Forks, ND Favorite sport to play (besides hockey): Soccer College: UND Favorite meal: Sushi Height: 5'6" Favorite Movie: Tommy Boy Weight: 155 lbs Favorite Book: Lone Survivor Birthdate: July 3, 1989 Favorite TV Show: Scandal Position: Forward Favorite Athlete: Bonnie Blair Shoots: Right Favorite sport to play (besides hockey): Soccer & Golf Hometown: Grand Forks, ND Favorite meal: Sushi College: UND