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` ` Getting outshot is not a significant factor, '' said Nabokov, who left due to a stiff neck after making 13 saves in the opening period.
We get outshot from the line every night, we lead the league in turnovers and still we win.
But the practical outshot is that it's well within copyright law to quote a few sentences from a web page or a brochure, even without permission, for the purposes of criticism or review.
Avoiding the chill Ray Girvan 2005
The Red Wings again outshot Colorado 20-4 and took a 2-1 lead.
He was the difference-maker, especially in the second period when the Red Wings outshot the Penguins 14-4.
The Bruins were outshot by a 2-to-1 margin most of the game.
Theodore cleaned up for the Wild, who were outshot 41-34.
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TURNING POINT: After grabbing a 2-1 series lead against San Jose in the Western Conference quarterfinals, the Avalanche lost the final three games while getting outshot 116-80.
The only other time this occurred was in 1957 when Neil Johnston outshot "Pitchin'" Paul Arizin for the Philadelphia Warriors.
Taking the Backseat The only three players to lead the NBA in scoring and then get outshot by a teammate during the playoffs: