By now, everyone knows the story of the Rapids come-from-behind win over the New England Revolution at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Wednesday night, a 2-1 victory sparked by Nick LaBrocca and an entire squad recharged at halftime to bring more intensity to the field.

What does one call a four-goal performance? Is it a brace-brace? Brace squared?

In the second minute of the game, LaBrocca had the easiest chance of the night as he ran unmarked into the goalmouth a few strides from a prayer of redirecting Deshorn Brown’s far post shank. (Hendry Thomas weighted the pass to Brown with diamond-dealer precision.)

Goal-of-the-week nominees are not up on yet, but here’s LaBrocca’s equalizer:

Five minutes later, LaBrocca was right behind José Gonçalves on the own goal. I had memories of the Nathan Sturgis goal off a corner kick from Martin Rivero earlier this season. Without Gonçalves, LaBrocca had a likely goal.

Then, for what could have been his fourth tally in the 78th minute, LaBrocca received the ball facing away from the goal, turned back outside the box, and positioned himself for what looked like a dump pass into the corner or something, certainly not a shot on-goal. But he twisted quickly and nicked the ball off the post.