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Win: 2 points

Loss: 0 points

Overtime Loss: 1 point

During the Olympics, it was

Win in regulation: 3 points

Win in overtime: 2 points

Overtime Loss: 1 point

Loss: 0 points

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Q: How points are awarded for hockey?
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When a team successfully puts a puck in the other team's goal net, the point is awarded.

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