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  • The greatest hockey score ever?

    http://www.latimes.com/sports/olympics/ ... 5241.story

  • #2
    Nope. Thailand lost 92-0 to South Korea in the 1998 Asia-Oceania U18 Championship
    There are no strings on me

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    • #3
      Even more amazing is the shots-on-goal stat, something like 130 - 0. They did not just get shut out, they got NO shots on goal at all.

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      • #4
        You see, how mean those Slovak girls are? I got stood up by them a lot .
        "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
        by Thomas Henry Huxley

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        • #5
          The Bulgarian girls who were not good enough to make the team that lost 82 to nothin-

          A. Feel sorry for them?
          :cry:

          B Feel happy for them?
          phsstt!

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          • #6
            There is a parallel universe out there with a forum devoted to International Hockey:
            2010 Olympic Seedings, Groups and Qualifications (Womens)

            For those who just can't get enough hockey stats:
            Game Summary SVK-BUL 82-0

            cman 8-)

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            • #7
              Originally posted by cullman
              There is a parallel universe out there with a forum devoted to International Hockey:
              2010 Olympic Seedings, Groups and Qualifications (Womens)

              For those who just can't get enough hockey stats:
              Game Summary SVK-BUL 82-0

              cman 8-)
              A big fight with 10 seconds to go, at 10min misconduct and two 25-minutes match penalties.

              Through the rest of the game the SVK did not have a penalty while the BULs had a number. However, they did not have to sit on the bench much because the average time to score after a penalty was about 30 seconds.

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              • #8
                what's the point in continuing a match so lopsided? why don't they have a mercy rule like in softball?

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                • #9
                  because it may come down to goal difference

                  classic example in soccer was '78 wc when brazil looked in pole position to qualify for final & win it ( very, very good side ) - argentina needed to win by 4 goals against peru to deny them ( no neutral thought they woud ) & they did, 6-0 ( albeit possibly fixed result )

                  every goal counts...

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