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I have been an M.E. sufferer for a long time now, but sports replay gaming is an easy hobby for me to enjoy. Originally from Canvey Island, Essex, I was introduced to replay gaming a few years ago, leading to my first purchase: Cricket World. Most sports I share will be common, but there are some more obscure replays thrown in. Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoy your stay. Feel free to say hello! - Chris

Sunday, 17 March 2013

Player of the Game Hockey - NHL 1967/68, Feb 25th

Sunday 25th February 1968
The Kings march on with a fifth win in their last eight and they jumped out to a 3-0 lead with goals from B Smith (16), L MacDonald (17) and what proved to be the game winner from Joyal (20). After St Louis got on the board through Keenan (12), L MacDonald (18) notched another in his three-point night to start a second run of three unanswered goals; Gray (8) and Labossiere (16) who also had two assists making it 6-1. The Blues score once more through Schock (8) but their struggles continue with a fourth straight defeat and only one win in seven.

Oakland earn a point for a third straight game with another tie thanks to Swarbrick (13) scoring from Baun and Caron with twenty-one seconds left on the clock, and Minnesota pick up their fourth draw in twelve but have just two wins in that span. Boudrias (22) was setup by Goldwsworthy and P MacDonald at 2:44 of the middle period.

Toronto are tied for second in the East after a back and forth match in New York where Jeffrey (2) put the Rangers on the board first with the man advantage. Oliver (15) and Walton (29) responded either side of the first intermission for the Leafs before Geoffrion (3) scored another powerplay marker for NY. Ellis (21) had his own PP goal but Neilson (9) made sure his Rangers team would share the points again with back-to-back ties.


The Flyers continue to take little advantage of the St Louis Blues troubles of late as they just have two wins in ten games after being shutout by their state rivals. The Pittsburgh Penguins stay one step ahead of the LA Kings by collecting their first three game winning streak in franchise history. The goals were scored by Rivard (4), Stratton (16) and Schinkel (11) with Binkley stopping all thirty shots to earn his third shutout this season.



1st 2nd 3rd F
StL @ 0 1 1 2
LAK
3 2 1 6

StL Hall (17-15-7 .893) 40/46, Powerplay 1/5
LAK Rutledge (16-17-4 .894) 25/27, Powerplay 2/4



1st 2nd 3rd F
OAK @ 0 0 1 1
MIN
0 1 0 1

OAK Hodge (12-24-10 .896) 16/17, Powerplay 0/0
MIN Bauman (6-7-6 .890) 23/24, Powerplay 0/3



1st 2nd 3rd F
TOR @ 1 1 1 3
NYR
1 0 2 3

TOR Bower (20-11-3 .913) 34/37, Powerplay 1/2
NYR Giacomin (17-26-8 .890) 22/25, Powerplay 2/2



1st 2nd 3rd F
PIT @ 1 2 0 3
PHI
0 0 0 0

PIT Binkley (14-16-7 .909) 30/30, Powerplay 0/1
PHI Parent (16-18-5 .894) 23/26, Powerplay 0/4

East Division GP W L T Pts
Montreal Canadiens 59 32 19 8 72
Boston Bruins 60 31 21 8 70
Toronto Maple Leafs 58 32 20 6 70
Detroit Red Wings 59 29 22 8 66
Chicago Blackhawks 60 25 27 8 58
New York Rangers 59 22 26 11 55
West Division GP W L T Pts
St Louis Blues 58 25 23 10 60
Philadelphia Flyers 59 25 27 7 57
Minnesota North Stars 60 21 25 14 56
Pittsburgh Penguins 59 21 27 11 53
Los Angeles Kings 59 22 29 8 52
Oakland Seals 60 14 33 13 41

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