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Game review for game 318 between Toronto and Calgary!


Both teams ended up with 38 shots in the game so game felt even but Calgary still found a way to stay on top. They ended up riding away with a nice five to two win over Toronto even though each team was tied at 38 shots each. With Perry and Reinhart both with 4 points coming off two assists and two goals. It is easy to see how Calgary was able to pull away with this win.

Game review for game 321 between Seattle and D.C

Seattle had a firm and solid control of this game. By putting up a amusing 62 shots compared to the dragons 32 it is easy to see how Seattle controlled this game by winning by a amusing 6-2 lead. With hat tricks by both Justin lose and,Taro Tsujimoto. Also a bitter rival of D.C hulk hogan was able to put together two assists to help in the beat down of his arch nemesis. With Seattle practically murdering the dragons they bring home two points.

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sim recap 


- another one game sim? At least we won 

- Carter finds a new victim! who cares about a scoring when you can put your oponent to hospital

- our main scoring brigade gets the job done as it was advertised

- Riga Reign is your future S82 Continental Cup champions!

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This game was a battle between two European Conference juggernauts, the Moscow Menace and the Warsaw Predators. The Menace came out strong in the first period, scoring three goals. Moscow forward Duncan Idaho opened the scoring with an early power play goal. The Seabasstard and Zdeno Chara followed up with goals of their own to give Moscow an early lead. The second period saw more scoring by the Menace, as Paul Atreides joined his teammates on the score sheet. The third period was just as fruitless as the first two for the Predators, who put 51 shots on Moscow goalie Papa Emeritus but couldn't get one past them. Adding insult to injury, Wattson Power added a power play goal halfway through the period, leaving the final score of this game 5-0.

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Game 320


It was a battle of two of the hottest teams as the Los Angeles Stars headed north of the border on Sunday for a date with the Vancouver Wolves. Dan Dan opened the scoring for the Stars early in the first period after receiving a gorgeous stretch pass from defnenseman Tui Sova. The lead stuck for quite awhile but with just three minutes left in the first period, the defending Cup champs tied it up when Jivere Zolnek tallied his 18th of the season. The second period saw the lead switch hands  multiple times. The Stars were up 2-1 before the Wolves responded with back-to-back goals just four minutes apart to take a 3-2 lead heading into the third frame. Action was fast paced and end-to-end in the third, but Vick Fairchild finally notched a goal to tie the game up with seven and  a half minutes remaining in regulation. Unfortunately for the Stars, Hari Singh Nalwa would blast a bomb from the point on the man advantage to put the Wolves up in the last five minutes and that would end up being the game winner. Despite standing on his head, Rara Rasputin took the loss in this game, but he posted an impressive .935 save percentage, stopping 58 out of 62 shots.

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Review game 319

The game was between the Warsaw Predators and the Chicago Phoenix. The Warsaw Predators who are currently 11th in the League defeated the last team in the league, the Chicago Phoenix, 7-3. A lot of players of Warsaw had an incredible game, but one of them just did an awesome peformance. Indeed, Bogdan Trunov scored 5 points and earned the first star. A hat-trick and 2 assists for 5 five points in a single game is in my opinion a really really good performance.

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Game #315: Dragons :dcd: @ Reign:rig:


The infamous L @gorlab opens the scoring for the Dragons two and a half minutes in, but 20 seconds later the Reign's Miklavz @kelvihas an answer to tie the game 1-1.  Riga would score twice more in the second period, and D.C. once more to bring the score to 3-2 for Riga after the first 20 minutes of play.  The first period also saw many minor penalties, and a huge tilt between Donny Carter and Nathan Steele.  Steele was gushing with blood and headed to the room shortly after, with presumably a broken nose.  The second period opened up with Carter coming off the hype of his fight and finding the back of the net.  Tallinder would also score again for Riga.  The fight in the first completely sucked the life out of the Dragons as Riga decided to play the trap for the 3rd resulting in no more goals, and Riga's 5-2 Victory.


Game #316: Dynamo :dav: @ Nighthawks:mal:


No goals in the first period for these teams, as both teams came out flying seeming to solve one another's efforts at every stop.  Cobberson opened the scoring for Davos in the second period, assisted by line mates Bates and Glass.  Six minutes later the Nighthawks wake up with Tsarov finding the mesh after a sweet saucer feed from Mourning @scoop.  The third period was all Malmo-- Or should I say all Taylor Mourning @scoopwho scored a natural hatty, the last two goals assisted by assistant captain Minion @Minion. This seals the victory for Malmo against the rebuilding Dynamo, an assertive 4-1 score.  Artem Tretiak @Molholtalso put up an impressive .933 save %, backstopping Malmo (as usual).

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