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Parker Foo Scores First Goal in China's Men's Hockey History

Parker Foo scored the first men's Olympic hockey goal in China's history late in the second period against Germany on Saturday.
Parker Fu

History was made in Beijing. 

While playing in a crowd of approximately 600 spectators at the National Indoor Stadium, Parker Foo scored the first men's Olympic hockey goal in China's history at 39:14 against German netminder Mathias Niederberger.

Foo managed to get the rebound after Jake Chelios' shot was blocked in front of the German net, picking up the rebound and firing it over a sprawled Niederberger. The goal made it 3-1 heading into the second intermission.

Foo, who has nine goals in two KHL season with Kunlun, had been playing on the top line with his brother, former Calgary Flames forward Spencer Foo. The goal marker Parker's first international goal in just his second game with China.

China would go on to score a power-play goal in the third period thanks to Tyler Wong to make it 3-2.

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