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The extension of a building under a lean-to roof.
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After being outshot, 14-6, in the second period, Worcester came out firing in the third, racing to a 12-0 shot advantage in the first nine minutes, but without scoring.
Devils outshot Solent 47-25, but had to settle for one league point from the 1-1 tie.
Wade's lowest high outshot over the last five Thursdays has been a 121 so he's firing.
We outshot Trafford and put 39 shots on their goal, and to only get two goals just isn''t good enough," he said.
Devils outshot Tomahawks 6-2 in overtime, but their championship hopes were dashed with 3-32 left when Richards scored again.
Van Barneveld is such a pro that he would far rather set up the finish than go for a spectacular bull outshot in the many legs when he is miles clear of his opponent.
It could, of course, be over in nine as well, but that still gives King time to throw in a decent outshot.
Rookie center Anze Kopitar added two assists -- he now has three goals and eight assists in his first eight NHL games -- and the Kings outshot the Ducks 31-21 and put early pressure on Jean-Sebastien Giguere.
South, which improved to 5-1-1 overall and 2-0 in league, outshot the Colts 17-5.
Worcester outshot Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, 10-3, in the first period and 14-8 through two, but the Penguins dominated much of the third, outshooting the Sharks, 17-6.
The Regals (0-6) were outshot 30-11 and Point Loma had sixcorner kicks while Cal Lutheran had one.
Brian Rowe picked up his first shutout of the season for South, which outshot the Wolverines 24-6.