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4 Must-Read Edits To T.J. Oshie's Wikipedia Page Included Trotsky, Wrestlemania, America

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USA forward T.J. Oshie (74) after scoring during a shootout against Russia in a men's hockey game at Bolshoy Ice Dome during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014. USA defeated Russia, 3-2. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/MCT via Getty Images) | Chicago Tribune via Getty Images

T.J. Oshie etched his name into American hockey history with his 4-goal shootout performance in the United States' 3-2 win over Russia but some of his fans apparently didn't think that was enough.

They wanted to temporarily etch references to Wrestlemania and Trotskyites into his Wikipedia page.

Following the 27-year-old forward's unforgettable effort on Saturday, several short-lived edits were made that captured the euphoria and jingoism inspired by the U.S. win in the preliminary round Group A game.

Revision: Badass Scourge Of Trotskyites
(via)

Revision: Defeater Of Communism
(via)

Revision: A American Hero
(via)

Revision: An American Hero Heading For Wrestlemania

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