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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

Saturday, 31 March 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL 1962-63 Stats


SKATERS
GOALS
ASSISTS


POINTS
Stan Mikita CHI 34
Tim Horton TOR 34
Stan Mikita CHI 55
Camille Henry NYR 31
Jean-Guy Talbot MON 25
Camille Henry NYR 51
Dave Keon TOR 29
Al MacNeil CHI 24
Dave Keon TOR 48
Parker MacDonald DET 25
Doug Harvey NYR 24
Parker MacDonald DET 47
Frank Mahovlich TOR 23
Two Others NHL 23
Murray Oliver BOS 39











PIMS
POWERPLAY GOALS

GAME WINNING GOALS
Carl Brewer TOR 137
Stan Mikita CHI 25
Stan Mikita CHI 7
Reggie Fleming CHI 112
Camille Henry NYR 20
Dickie Moore MON 6
Al MacNeil CHI 112
Parker MacDonald DET 14
Norm Ullman DET 5
Bill Gadsby DET 108
Dave Keon TOR 13
Dave Keon TOR 5
Dave Balon NYR 102
Murray Oliver BOS 11
Five Others NHL 4











GOALTENDERS (minimum of ten games played)
WINS GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE
SAVE PERCENTAGE
Glenn Hall CHI 26
Don Simmons TOR 2.07
Don Simmons TOR .942
Jacques Plante MON 17
Glenn Hall CHI 2.41
Glenn Hall CHI .934
Gump Worsley NYR 15
Jacques Plante MON 2.58
Jacques Plante MON .931
Terry Sawchuk DET 14
Terry Sawchuk DET 2.70
Terry Sawchuk DET .930
Johnny Bower TOR 11
Johnny Bower TOR 2.96
Johnny Bower TOR .921



GP W L T Pts GF GA GD PP% PK% Home Away L10 Streak
Chicago Blackhawks 44 27 13 4 58 141 107 34 24.86 75.15 15-7-1 12-6-3 5-4-1 Won 5
Montreal Canadiens 42 21 13 8 50 128 100 28 19.50 79.02 12-7-5 9-6-3 4-4-2 Won 1
Toronto Maple Leafs 43 20 19 4 44 124 120 4 21.82 72.73 8-11-1 12-8-3 7-2-1 Lost 1
Detroit Red Wings 41 19 17 5 43 121 116 5 25.17 81.44 12-8-0 7-9-5 7-2-1 Lost 1
New York Rangers 42 17 20 5 39 134 136 -2 33.78 75.32 6-10-4 11-10-1 4-5-1 Won 2
Boston Bruins 44 9 31 4 22 116 184 -68 25.34 66.67 5-12-4 4-19-0 0-10-0 Lost 10

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Juryo Day Six

Friday March 13th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

With Aobajo losing in the day's Makuuchi action Daihi had the opportunity to gain some advantage, but he lost out to a slight underdog in Mitsuruyama who has now won four in a row. Among the other favourites today who lost were the recently relegated Toryu and Banryuyama.

(39) Mitsuruyama (4-2) def. (45) Daihi (5-1) by sukuinage
(40) Kotowaka (3-3) def. (51) Toryu (1-5) by kotenage
(38) Daio (4-2) def. (33) Matsuyama (1-5) by katasukashi
(35) Tamakiyama (3-3) def. (45) Takamisugi (2-4) by yoritaoshi

(41) Shinko (4-2) def. (34) Daigo (1-5) by hatakikomi
(45) Hakuryuyama (2-4) def. (40) Hakuryu (3-3) by oshidashi
(40) Misugiiso (4-2) def. (35) Kotonofuji (0-6) by tottari
(41) Oyutaka (2-4) def. (54) Banryuyama (3-3) by yorikiri

(45) Wakajishi (4-2) def. (35) Futatsuryu (2-4) by oshidashi
(43) Hachiya (5-1) def. (10*) Yutakayama (1-5) by oshidashi
(37) Kinoarashi (3-1) def. (34) Oko (1-5) by yorikiri
(36) Wakanofuji (4-2) def. (10*) Ayanoumi (3-1) by yorikiri

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Makuuchi Day Six

Friday March 13th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

After two days without any involvement, the Juryo division were represented by three men who all lost out, including Aobajo for his first defeat of the Haru basho. The first losses for Makuuchi athletes were suffered by Kotokaze in a very tight contest against Wakashimazu, and Takamiyama against another 5-1 man, Sadanoumi.

The most entertaining matches came from the lower half of the rankings. Fujizakura won his second contest in three by beating Kurama, and Tochiakagi, who has taken three of the last four, beat out Ozutsu. There was a slight injury to report that leaves Kurosegawa fifty-fifty for tomorrow but he is certain to return to action soon.

(93) Kitanoumi (6-0) def. (61) Oshio (2-4) by yorikiri
(77) Wakanohana (6-0) def. (54) Kaiki (4-2) by yorikiri
(94) Chiyonofuji (6-0) def. (69) Hokutenyu (3-3) by oshidashi
(64) Wakashimazu (2-4) def. (81) Kotokaze (5-1) by shitatenage
(79) Takanosato (6-0) def. (59) Masudayama (2-4) by hatakikomi

(58) Fujizakura (2-4) def. (69) Kurama (1-5) by yorikiri
(71) Tochiakagi (3-3) def. (75) Ozutsu (2-4) by sakatottari
(78) Asashio (3-3) def. (52) Amanoyama (0-6) by oshidashi
(68) Dewanohana (6-0) def. (64) Tochihikari (1-5) by oshidashi
(52) Hoo (3-3) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (1-5) by uwatenage

YOBIDASHI
Decked out in an outfit resembling an old-style workman's uniform, the announcer is a man of many talents. As well as calling out the men for competition, he will also clean up the dohyo (ring), hold advertising banners for sponsered matches, and even play drums outside of the arena to draw attention to the event.

(38) Tamanofuji (1-5) def. (10*) Washuyama (2-4) by hatakikomi
(49) Aobayama (1-5) def. (50) Iwanami (1-5) by hikiotoshi
(67) Sadanoumi (5-1) def. (65) Takamiyama (5-1) by yorikiri
(67) Kirinji (5-1) def. (46) Kurosegawa (1-5) by yorikiri

(48) Arase (1-5) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (1-5) by yorikiri
(59) Onishiki (5-1) def. (52) Kotochitose (4-2) by yorikiri
(58) Hidanohana (4-2) def. (47) Kotetsuyama (4-2) by hatakikomi
(65) Daijuyama (6-0) def. (52) Aobajo (5-1) by hatakikomi

Friday, 30 March 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL - Jan 19th 1963

Saturday 19th January 1963


1st 2nd 3rd T
NYR 2 1 1 4
BOS 0 1 0 1

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
16:17 NYR Howell (3), Henry
19:37 NYR Ratelle (9), Hadfield, Schinkel
2nd Period
  7:55 BOS Kennedy (4), Stapleton, McKenney
  8:31 NYR Ratelle (10), Langlois
3rd Period
16:02 NYR Ingarfield (19), Neilson

POWERPLAY
NYR 0/5
BOS 0/1

SAVES
NYR Pelletier 29/30
BOS Perreault 47/51
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1st 2nd 3rd T
DET 0 0 1 1
MON 1 0 1 2

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
19:35 MON PPG Richard (15), Talbot
3rd Period
  3:21 DET M. Pronovost (3), Ullman
  9:45 MON Beliveau (12), G. Tremblay, Geoffrion

POWERPLAY
DET 0/6
MON 1/4

SAVES
DET Bassen 35/37
MON Plante 34/35
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1st 2nd 3rd T
CHI 1 1 3 5
TOR 1 0 1 2

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
13:44 CHI Pilote (3), Macneil, Mikita
18:37 TOR Duff (8), Kelly, Baun
2nd Period
11:50 CHI PPG Mikita (34), Hull
3rd Period
  8:37 CHI Balfour (13), Vasko, Hay
10:16 TOR PPG Keon (29), Mahovlich
17:41 CHI McDonald (18), Fleming, Hay
18:52 CHI Wharram (18), MacNeil, Nesterenko

POWERPLAY
CHI 1/3
TOR 1/4

SAVES
CHI Hall 27/29
TOR Bower 35/40


GP W L T Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 44 27 13 4 58
Montreal Canadiens 42 21 13 8 50
Toronto Maple Leafs 43 20 19 4 44
Detroit Red Wings 41 19 17 5 43
New York Rangers 42 17 20 5 39
Boston Bruins 44 9 31 4 22

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Form Guide

Form Guide after Five Days - ☺ WIN; ☻ LOSS; - N/A
MAKUUCHI

(94) Chiyonofuji ☺☺☺☺☺
(93) Kitanoumi ☺☺☺☺☺
(81) Kotokaze ☺☺☺☺☺
(79) Takanosato ☺☺☺☺☺
(77) Wakanohana ☺☺☺☺☺
(68) Dewanohana ☺☺☺☺☺

(65) Daijuyama ☺☺☺☺☺
(65) Takamiyama ☺☺☺☺☺

(67) Kirinji ☻☺☺☺☺
(67) Sadanoumi ☺☻☺☺☺
(59) Onishiki ☺☻☺☺☺
(54) Kaiki ☺☺☺☺☻

(69) Hokutenyu ☺☺☻☺☻
(58) Hidanohana ☺☺☺☻☻

(87) Wajima ☺☻☺  -  -
(80) Masuiyama ☺☻☻☺☻
(78) Asashio ☻☺☻☺☻
(75) Ozutsu ☻☺☻☻☺
(71) Tochiakagi ☻☻☺☻☺

(61) Oshio ☻☺☻☻☺
(59) Masudayama ☺☻☻☻☺
(52) Hoo ☺☺☻☻☻
(10) Washuyama ☺☻☻☺☻

(69) Kurama ☻☻☺☻☻
(64) Tochihikari ☻☻☺☻☻
(64) Wakashimazu ☻☺☻☻☻
(58) Fujizakura ☻☻☻☺☻
(50) Iwanami ☻☺☻☻☻
(46) Kurosegawa ☻☻☺☻☻
(45) Kurohimeyama ☻☻☻☻☺
(10) Zaonishiki ☻☻☻☻☺

(52) Amanoyama ☻☻☻☻☻
(49) Aobayama ☻☻☻☻☻
(48) Arase ☻☻☻☻☻
(38) Tamanofuji ☻☻☻☻☻

JURYO
(52) Aobajo ☺☺☺☺☺
(45) Daihi ☺☺☺☺☺

(52) Kotochitose ☻☺☺☺☺
(47) Kotetsuyama ☺☺☻☺☺
(43) Hachiya ☺☻☺☺☺

(54) Banryuyama ☻☺☺☺☻
(45) Wakajishi ☺☺☻☻☺
(40) Hakuryu ☺☺☺☻☻

(40) Misugiiso ☻☺☺☻☺
(39) Mitsuruyama ☻☻☺☺☺
(38) Daio ☺☺☺☻☻
(36) Wakanofuji ☺☺☻☻☺

(65) Tamakiyama ☺☻☺☻☻
(41) Shinko ☻☻☺☺☻
(40) Kotowaka ☻☻☺☺☻
(35) Futatsuryu ☻☻☻☺☺

(51) Toryu ☻☻☻☺☻
(45) Hakuryuyama ☺☻☻☻☻
(45) Takamisugi ☻☺☻☺☻
(41) Oyutaka ☻☺☻☻☻
(34) Daigo ☺☻☻☻☻
(34) Oko ☻☻☻☻☺
(33) Matsuyama ☻☻☻☻☺
(10) Yutakayama ☺☻☻☻☻

(35) Kotonofuji ☻☻☻☻☻

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Juryo Day Five

Thursday March 12th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

There was a strong day of competition in the Juryo division with the match of the day coming when Matsuyama won his first bout of the basho, beating Tamakiyama. Kotochitose was able to stay one back of the unbeaten Aobajo and Daihi by winning out over Banryuyama, and Mitsuruyama was also involved in a close battle, this time he had to contend with a strong showing from Kotowaka.

(52) Kotochitose (4-1) def. (54) Banryuyama (3-2) by yorikiri
(39) Mitsuruyama (3-2) def. (40) Kotowaka (2-3) by sotogake
(47) Kotetsuyama (4-1) def. (35) Kotonofuji (0-5) by tsukiotoshi
(52) Aobajo (5-0) def. (41) Oyutaka (1-4) by hatakikomi
(33) Matsuyama (1-4) def. (35) Tamakiyama (2-3) by oshidashi

(40) Misugiiso (3-2) def. (51) Toryu (1-4) by yorikiri
(45) Daihi (5-0) def. (38) Daio (3-2) by oshidashi
(43) Hachiya (4-1) def. (45) Takamisugi (2-3) by hatakikomi
(35) Futatsuryu (2-3) def. (34) Daigo (1-4) by yorikiri

(36) Wakanofuji (3-2) def. (40) Hakuryu (3-2) by shitatenage
(45) Wakajishi (3-2) def. (10*) Yutakayama (1-4) by hatakikomi
(41) Tochitsurugi (2-1) def. (41) Shinko (3-2) by kekaeshi
(34) Oko (1-4) def. (45) Hakuryuyama (1-4) by yorikiri

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Makuuchi Day Five

Thursday March 12th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

Kaiki is the only competitor today to lose his first contest, defeat coming at the hand of Kitanoumi who is one of eight men still unbeaten one-third of the way through the Haru. There was a surprising amount of time before Chiyonofuji finally put away his opponent of the day, Wakashimazu who was just not able to pull off the upset but he was close.

There is also some  more retirement news to report. Masuiyama has decided to put a stop to his career, a short time after becoming one half of the first Father-Son ozeki (the second highest attainable rank). He plans on moving into coaching. And finally some more injuries. Tamakiyama and Arase both fell down awkwardly and were grimacing as the post-match rituals were conducted. They are both able to return to competition.

(93) Kitanoumi (5-0) def. (54) Kaiki (4-1) by yorikiri
(77) Wakanohana (5-0) def. (52) Amanoyama (0-5) by hatakikomi
(94) Chiyonofuji (5-0) def. (64) Wakashimazu (1-4) by tsukiotoshi
(79) Takanosato (5-0) def. (80) Masuiyama (2-3) by yorikiri
(81) Kotokaze (5-0) def. (69) Hokutenyu (3-2) by yorikiri

(75) Ozutsu (2-3) def. (78) Asashio (2-3) by sukuinage
(59) Masudayama (2-3) def. (58) Fujizakura (1-4) by hatakikomi
(10*) Zaonishiki (1-4) def. (69) Kurama (1-4) by sukuinage
(71) Tochiakagi (2-3) def. (38) Tamanofuji (0-5) by tsukiotoshi

SUKUINAGE
The "Beltless Arm Throw" is performed when the attacking man releases his inside grip, extends that arm across his opponent back, all while turning and pulling him to the deck.

(61) Oshio (2-3) def. (64) Tochihikari (1-4) by sukuinage
(65) Takamiyama (5-0) def. (48) Arase (0-5) by oshidashi
(59) Onishiki (4-1) def. (49) Aobayama (0-5) by uwatenage
(65) Daijuyama (5-0) def. (52) Hoo (2-3) by tsuridashi

(68) Dewanohana (5-0) def. (46) Kurosegawa (1-4) by yorikiri
(45) Kurohimeyama (1-4) def. (10*) Washuyama (2-3) by oshidashi
(67) Kirinji (4-1) def. (58) Hidanohana (3-2) by oshidashi
(67) Sadanoumi (4-1) def. (50) Iwanami (1-4) by oshidashi

Thursday, 29 March 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL 1962-63 Stats


SKATERS
GOALS
ASSISTS


POINTS
Stan Mikita CHI 33
Tim Horton TOR 34
Stan Mikita CHI 53
Camille Henry NYR 31
Doug Harvey NYR 24
Camille Henry NYR 50
Dave Keon TOR 28
Jean-Guy Talbot MON 24
Parker MacDonald DET 47
Parker MacDonald DET 25
Dean Prentice NYR 23
Dave Keon TOR 47
Frank Mahovlich TOR 23
Henri Richard MON 23
Murray Oliver BOS 39











PIMS
POWERPLAY GOALS

GAME WINNING GOALS
Carl Brewer TOR 131
Stan Mikita CHI 24
Stan Mikita CHI 7
Reggie Fleming CHI 108
Camille Henry NYR 20
Dickie Moore MON 6
Al MacNeil CHI 106
Parker MacDonald DET 14
Norm Ullman DET 5
Bill Gadsny DET 102
Dave Keon TOR 12
Dave Keon TOR 5
Dave Balon NYR 98
Murray Oliver BOS 11
Five Others NHL 4











GOALTENDERS (minimum of ten games played)
WINS GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE
SAVE PERCENTAGE
Glenn Hall CHI 25
Don Simmons TOR 2.07
Don Simmons TOR .942
Jacques Plante MON 16
Glenn Hall CHI 2.43
Glenn Hall CHI .934
Gump Worsley NYR 15
Jacques Plante MON 2.63
Terry Sawchuk DET .930
Terry Sawchuk DET 14
Terry Sawchuk DET 2.70
Jacques Plante MON .929
Johnny Bower TOR 11
Johnny Bower TOR 2.89
Johnny Bower TOR .922



GP W L T Pts GF GA GD PP% PK% Home Away L10 Streak
Chicago Blackhawks 43 26 13 4 56 136 105 31 24.73 75.15 15-7-1 11-6-3 5-4-1 Won 4
Montreal Canadiens 41 20 13 8 48 126 99 27 19.35 78.10 11-7-5 9-6-3 3-5-2 Lost 2
Toronto Maple Leafs 42 20 18 4 44 122 115 7 21.74 72.85 8-10-1 12-8-3 7-2-1 Won 2
Detroit Red Wings 40 19 16 5 43 120 114 6 26.24 81.60 12-8-0 7-8-5 7-2-1 Won 1
New York Rangers 41 16 20 5 37 130 135 -5 34.97 75.16 6-10-4 10-10-1 3-6-1 Won 1
Boston Bruins 43 9 30 4 22 115 180 -65 25.52 65.61 5-11-4 4-19-0 1-9-0 Lost 9

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Juryo Day Four

Wednesday March 11th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

Saisu returned to the Juryo for the first time since his relegation to the Makushita, if only for one day, and defeated one of the men who was promoted from that level, Oko. The defeats of Hakuryu and Daio to Kotochitose and Toryu leaves only Aobajo and Daihi at the top of the standings, unbeaten.

(39) Mitsuruyama (2-2) def. (34) Daigo (1-3) by yorikiri
(52) Kotochitose (3-1) def. (40) Hakuryu (3-1) by oshidashi
(52) Aobajo (4-0) def. (35) Tamakiyama (2-2) by sukuinage
(47) Kotetsuyama (3-1) def. (10*) Yutakayama (1-3) by tsukidashi
(51) Toryu (1-3) def. (38) Daio (3-1) by oshidashi

(43) Hachiya (3-1) def. (33) Matsuyama (0-4) by yorikiri
(45) Takamisugi (2-2) def. (40) Misugiiso (2-2) by tsukidashi
(45) Daihi (4-0) def. (41) Oyutaka (1-3) by oshidashi
(35) Futatsuryu (1-3) def. (35) Kotonofuji (0-4) by okuridashi

(54) Banryuyama (3-1) def. (45) Hakuryuyama (1-3) by hatakikomi
(41) Shinko (3-1) def. (45) Wakajishi (2-2) by uwatenage
(40) Kotowaka (2-2) def. (36) Wakanofuji (2-2)
(38) Saisu (2-1) def. (34) Oko (0-4) by tsuridashi


Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Makuuchi Day Four

Wednesday March 11th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

The departure of Wajima means that there would be no opponent for a Juryo competitor in the Makuuchi today, but there was still room for an upset as Washuyama won against a spirited Aobayama who is unlucky to remain winless. There was nearly a second as Fujizakura won his first match in the Makuuchi, barely surviving against Zaonishiki. Hidanohana is the only man among ten unbeaten coming into today to lose; his defeat coming at the hands of one of those 4-0 men, Dewanohana.

(93) Kitanoumi (4-0) def. (52) Amanoyama (0-4) by oshidashi
(77) Wakanohana (4-0) def. (38) Tamanofuji (0-4) by yorikiri
(80) Masuiyama (2-2) def. (71) Tochiakagi (1-3) by uwatenage
(94) Chiyonofuji (4-0) def. (75) Ozutsu (1-3) by uwatedashinage
(81) Kotokaze (4-0) def. (64) Tochihikari (1-3) by yorikiri

(79) Takanosato (4-0) def. (69) Kurama (1-3) by uwatenage
(58) Fujizakura (1-3) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (0-4) by oshidashi
(78) Asashio (2-2) def. (59) Masudayama (1-3) by oshidashi
(67) Kirinji (3-1) def. (64) Wakashimazu (1-3) by tsukidashi

RIKISHI
Literally translated as "Strong Man", this is the most common term for a sumo wrestler

(69) Hokutenyu (3-1) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (0-4) by yorikiri
(67) Sadanoumi (3-1) def. (61) Oshio (1-3) by tsukiotoshi
(54) Kaiki (4-0) def. (48) Arase (0-4) by shitatenage
(10*) Washuyama (2-2) def. (49) Aobayama (0-4) by uwatenage

(65) Takamiyama (4-0) def. (46) Kurosegawa (1-3) by oshidashi
(68) Dewanohana (4-0) def. (58) Hidanohana (3-1) by yorikiri
(59) Onishiki (3-1) def. (52) Hoo (2-2) by yorikiri
(65) Daijuyama (4-0) def. (50) Iwanami (1-3) by hatakikomi

Wednesday, 28 March 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL - Jan 17th 1963

Thursday January 17th 1962


1st 2nd 3rd T
BOS 0 0 2 2
DET 0 3 1 4

SCORING SUMMARY
2nd Period
  1:01 DET Howe (20) P. MacDonald, Barkley
  7:09 DET Jeffrey (4)
  8:19 DET Howe (21), Delvecchio, P. MacDonald
3rd Period
  2:29 BOS McKenney (15), Boivin
  3:17 DET Ullman (20), Smith, MacNeill
18:41 BOS Bucyk (13), Williams, Boivin

POWERPLAY
BOS 0/2
DET 0/1

SAVES
BOS Perreault 32/36
DET Sawchuk 31/33
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1st 2nd 3rd T
TOR 1 2 2 5
MON 0 1 1 2

The least penalized team in the NHL was burned by Toronto's powerplay going 2-for-4 on the night, leaving Montreal with one win in their last six; the Maple Leafs have won seven of the last eight.
 
SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
  3:38 TOR PPG Keon (27), Brewer, Nevin
2nd Period
  1:26 MON Richard (13), Gauthier
  5:50 TOR Armstrong (14), Mahovlich, Keon
11:56 TOR Litzenberger (8), Duff, Baun
3rd Period
  1:06 MON PPG Richard (14), Provost, Moore
10:37 TOR PPG Keon (28), Mahovlich
19:41 TOR Horton (3), Litzenberger, Stewart

POWERPLAY
TOR 2/4
MON 1/2

SAVES
TOR Bower 35/37
MON Plante 33/38



GP W L T Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 43 26 13 4 56
Montreal Canadiens 41 20 13 8 48
Toronto Maple Leafs 42 20 18 4 44
Detroit Red Wings 40 19 16 5 43
New York Rangers 41 16 20 5 37
Boston Bruins 43 9 30 4 22

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Juryo Day Three

Tuesday March 10th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

Aobajo remained on the right track in a battle of the unbeaten, defeating Wakajishi in quick order by hatakikomi. Wakanofuji was the other man today to lose his first match; dropping this result to Banryuyama who seems to have recovered from his first day loss. The match of the day in the Juryo saw Daio just hold on to his perfect record in a fierce battle against Hakuryuyama.

(52) Kotochitose (2-1) def. (45) Takamisugi (1-2) by hatakikomi
(39) Mitsuruyama (1-2) def. (35) Kotonofuji (0-3) by yorikiri
(52) Aobajo (3-0) def. (45) Wakajishi (2-1) by hatakikomi
(40) Kotowaka (1-2) def. (33) Matsuyama (0-3) by uwatenage

(35) Tamakiyama (2-1) def. (51) Toryu (0-3) by yorikiri
(45) Daihi (3-0) def. (1-2) Yutakayama (1-2) by yorikiri
(43) Hachiya (2-1) def. (34) Daigo (1-2) by yorikiri
(40) Hakuryu (3-0) def. (35) Futatsuryu (0-3) by yorikiri

(54) Banryuyama (2-1) def. (36) Wakanofuji (2-1) by yorikiri
(41) Shinko (2-1) def. (41) Oyutaka (1-2) by uwatenage
(40) Misugiiso (2-1) def. (34) Oko (0-3) by yorikiri
(38) Daio (3-0) def. (45) Hakuryuyama (1-2) by katasukashi

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Makuuchi Day Three

Tuesday March 10th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

The first casualty of the basho is Wajima who, despite winning today's match against Ozutsu, has decided to call it a day and retire. His last tournament win was only four months ago and had spent ten years in the Makuuchi. His great friend Takanohana, who was injured in the Hatsu, had earlier announced his retirement.

The surprise of the day came from the Kurosegawa vs Oshio match. A nail-biting bout, the underdog Kurosegawa picked up his first win of the Haru with the ever popular yorikiri. The expected front runners of these two weeks of competition all continued on the wining path.

(93) Kitanoumi (3-0) def. (64) Wakashimazu (1-2) by yorikiri
(87) Wajima (2-1) def. (75) Ozutsu (1-2) by yorikiri
(77) Wakanohana (3-0) def. (69) Hokutenyu (2-1) by yorikiri
(94) Chiyonofuji (3-0) def. (59) Masudayama (1-2) by uwatenage
(81) Kotokaze (3-0) def. (80) Masuiyama (1-2) by yorikiri

(79) Takanosato (3-0) def. (38) Tamanofuji (0-3) by hatakikomi
(64) Tochihikari (1-2) def. (58) Fujizakura (0-3) by yorikiri
(69) Kurama (1-2) def. (78) Asashio (1-2) by kotenage
(71) Tochiakagi (1-2) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (0-3) by sukuinage
(65) Takamiyama (3-0) def. (52) Amanoyama (0-3) by oshidashi

HATAKIKOMI
A popular technique at the initial charge the "slap down" is initiated by the attacker, shifting away from his opponent, and forcing the loser to make contact with the ground.

(54) Kaiki (3-0) def. (10*) Washuyama (1-2) by shitatedashinage
(46) Kurosegawa (1-2) def. (61) Oshio (1-2) by yorikiri
(67) Sadanoumi (2-1) def. (49) Aobayama (0-3) by oshidashi
(58) Hidanohana (3-0) def. (52) Hoo (2-1) by yorikiri

(68) Dewanohana (3-0) def. (48) Arase (0-3) by oshidashi
(59) Onishiki (2-1) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (0-3) by uwatenage
(67) Kirinji (2-1) def. (50) Iwanami (1-2) by oshidashi
(65) Daijuyama (3-0) def. (47) Kotetsuyama (2-1) by uwatenage

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL - Jan 16th 1963

Wednesday January 16th 1963


1st 2nd 3rd T
BOS 1 0 1 2
CHI 3 2 2 7

Ron Murphy's (13) second goal of the game was his fourth game-winner; that's good enough for second on the Blackhawks behind Stan Mikita (33) who added another pair of powerplay goals. Boston was able to keep pace with Chicago in terms of shots through two periods as both sides had ample opportunities to shoot, but penalties and superior finishing, along with the consistent goaltending of Glenn Hall, resulted in a eighth consecutive defeat for the Bruins.

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
  0:33 BOS Williams (17), Bucyk, Boivin
  5:12 CHI PPG Mikita (32), Wharram, Hull
  9:51 CHI Murphy (12), Lunde, Vasko
16:33 CHI Murphy (13), Evans, Lunde
2nd Period
  7:56 CHI PPG Wharram (17), Mikita, Turner
13:19 CHI PPG Mikita (33), Pilote, Turner
3rd Period
  2:23 CHI Hay (16), Fleming, Vasko
  4:11 BOS PPG Oliver (22), Bucyk, Spencer
18:22 CHI McDonald (17), Balfour

POWERPLAY
BOS 1/2
CHI 3/7

SAVES
BOS Johnston 40/47
CHI Hall 35/37



GP W L T Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 43 26 13 4 56
Montreal Canadiens 40 20 12 8 48
Toronto Maple Leafs 41 19 18 4 42
Detroit Red Wings 39 18 16 5 41
New York Rangers 41 16 20 5 37
Boston Bruins 42 9 29 4 22

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Juryo Day Two

Monday March 9th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

A close contest occurred between Oyutaka and the slight favourite Toryu, ending in yorikiri in favour of the underdog. All the other higher-ranked men won out, leaving just seven of the twenty-five Juryo competitors unbeaten after only two days.

(52) Kotochitose (1-1) def. (34) Daigo (1-1) by yorikiri
(52) Aobajo (2-0) def. (35) Kotonofuji (0-2) by hikiotoshi
(47) Kotetsuyama (2-0) def. (40) Kotowaka (0-2) by tskidasihi
(41) Oyutaka (1-1) def. (51) Toryu (0-2) by yorikiri

(40) Misugiiso (1-1) def. (33) Matsuyama (0-2) by uwatedashinage
(45) Takamisugi (1-1) def. (35) Futatsuryu (0-2) by oshidashi
(45) Daihi (2-0) def. (35) Tamakiyama (1-1) by yorikiri
(40) Hakuryu (2-0) def. (43) Hachiya (1-1) by tsuridashi

(54) Banryuyama (1-1) def. (41) Shinko (1-1) by oshidashi
(45) Wakajishi (2-0) def. (45) Hakuryuyama (1-1) by hatakikomi
(36) Wakanofuji (2-0) def. (10*) Yutakayama (1-1) by hikiotoshi
(38) Daio (2-0) def. (34) Oko (0-2) by uwatedashinage


Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Makuuchi Day Two

Monday March 9th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

Wakashimazu pulled off an upset in a very close match against Masuiyama. The contest lasted a couple of minutes with close calls for both men before the victor pulled off a successful yorikiri. Six wrestlers lost their first match today, including the highly ranked Wajima who lost to fellow high-flyer Kotokaze.

(81) Kotokaze (2-0) def. (87) Wajima (1-1) by tsukidashi
(93) Kitanoumi (2-0) def. (38) Tamanofuji (0-2) by yorikiri
(77) Wakanohana (2-0) def. (58) Fujizakura (0-2) by uwatenage
(64) Wakashimazu (1-1) def. (80) Masuiyama (1-1) by yorikiri
(94) Chiyonofuji (2-0) def. (71) Tochihikari (0-2) by uwatenage

(79) Takanosato (2-0) def. (71) Tochiakagi (0-2) by yorikiri
(75) Ozutsu (1-1) def. (69) Kurama (0-2) by yorikiri
(78) Asashio (1-1) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (0-2) by yorikiri
(65) Takamiyama (2-0) def. (59) Masudayama (1-1) by kimedashi
(68) Dewanohana (2-0) def. (52) Amanoyama (0-2) by yorikiri

HEYA
All professional sumo wrestlers must be part of a stable where they train and even live. Wrestlers stay with the same heya for the length of their career, although if the scout that discovered him moves to a new stable then the wrestler may follow him. Scouts operate as in any other sport, watching youngsters compete and signing them on out of school.

(69) Hokutenyu (2-0) def. (67) Sadamoumi (1-1) by oshidashi
(61) Oshio (1-1) def. (10*) Washuyama (1-1) by yorikiri
(54) Kaiki (2-0) def. (46) Kurosegawa (0-2) by yorikiri
(58) Hidanohana (2-0) def. (49) Aobayama (0-2) by hikiotoshi

(52) Hoo (2-0) def. (48) Arase (0-2) by tsuridashi
(67) Kirinji (1-1) def. (59) Onishiki (1-1) by oshidashi
(65) Daijuyama (2-0) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (0-2) by kotenage
(50) Iwanami (1-1) def. (39) Mitsuruyama (0-2) by oshidashi

Monday, 26 March 2012

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Juryo Day One

Sunday March 8th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

As with the Makuuchi the Juryo has some personal changes for the Haru. Joining the demoted Banryuyama, Mitsuruyama and Toryu are foure men promoted from the Makushita. They are Oko, Hakuryuyama and Wakanofuji, the latter two won against Juryo opponents in the Hatsu. The men who leave the Juryo are Kagetora, Kinoarashi, Saisu and Taguryu. Finally, Tamakiyama looks to be entering this tournament in his usual form. [NOTE: A special event in the first day of the Hatsu boosted his performance for that event]

With the Hatsu champion Daijuyama and runner-up Iwanami now competing in the Makuuchi, the field is open for another victor. Aobajo is one of the favourites and he starts on on a winning note, but demoted Banryuyama will be disappointed in his start as he lost out to Wakajishi, as will the other two former Makuuchi athletes who took losses.

(47) Kotetsuyama (1-0) def. (39) Mitsuruyama (0-1) by tsukitaoshi
(52) Aobajo (1-0) def. (33) Matsuyama (0-1) by abisetaoshi
(45) Daihi (1-0) def. (51) Toryu (0-1) by hatakikomi
(34) Daigo (1-0) def. (45) Takamisugi (0-1) by uwatedashinage

(40) Hakuryu (1-0) def. (35) Kotonofuji (0-1) by oshidashi
(45) Wakajishi (1-0) def. (54) Banryuyama (0-1) by yorikiri
(10*) Yutakayama (1-0) def. (40) Kotowaka (0-1) by okuridashi
(35) Tamakiyama (1-0) def. (41) Oyutaka (0-1) by uwatenage

(38) Daio (1-0) def. (40) Misugiiso (0-1) by yorikiri
(43) Hachiya (1-0) def. (35) Futatsuryu (0-1) by yorikiri
(45) Hakuryuyama (1-0) def. (41) Shinko (0-1) by yorikiri
(36) Wakanofuji (1-0) def. (34) Oko (0-1) by uwatenage

Basho Fury - 1981 Haru, Makuuchi Day One

Sunday March 8th 1981
Osaka, Osaka Municipal Gymnasium

The second of six Bashos begins today and there are a few changes to the two divisions. Moving up into the Makuuchi are Daijuyama, Hidanohana, Iwanami and Onishiki, and they replace Banryuyama, Mitsuruyama and Toryu who will now compete in the Juryo, and Takanohana who remains unavailable due to the injury he sustained in day seven of the Hatsu basho.

There was better news for Kaiki. He has recovered from the injury he picked up late in the previous tournament and is one of the eighteen winners on opening day, defeating Amanoyama. Kitanoumi was the only man to go unbeaten in the Hatsu, but today he started a little sluggishly just beating out Ozutsu, and Washuyama, who managed three wins last time out, gets a win over Kurosegawa for the only real surprise of the day.

(93) Kitanoumi (1-0) def. (75) Ozutsu (0-1) by yoritaoshi
(87) Wajima (1-0) def. (78) Asashio (0-1) by oshidashi
(77) Wakanohana (1-0) def. (69) Kurama (0-1) by yorikiri
(94) Chiyonofuji (1-0) def. (71) Tochiakagi (0-1) by yorikiri
(80) Masuiyama (1-0) def. (58) Fujizakura (0-1) by hatakikomi

(79) Takanosato (1-0) def. (64) Tochihikari (0-1) by hatakikomi
(81) Kotokaze (1-0) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (0-1) by yorikiri
(59) Masudayama (1-0) def. (64) Wakashimazu (0-1) by tsukiotoshi
(69) Hokutenyu (1-0) def. (38) Tamanofuji (0-1) by hatakikomi
(54) Kaiki (1-0) def. (52) Amanoyama (0-1) by tsukiotoshi


TSUKIOTOSHI
This technique is commonly seen as a desperation move when the attacker is out on the edge of the ring. The winner is able to drive his opponent down to the clay - earning it's name which translates as "Thrust Down" - placing a hand on the ribs or shoulder.

(65) Takamiyama (1-0) def. (61) Oshio (0-1) by yoritaoshi
(52) Hoo (1-0) def. (49) Aobayama (0-1) by kotenage
(68) Dewanohana (1-0) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (0-1) by uwatenage
(67) Sadanoumi (1-0) def. (67) Kirinji (0-1) by yorikiri

(10*) Washuyama (1-0) def. (46) Kurosegawa (0-1) by uwatenage
(58) Hidanohana (1-0) def. (48) Arase (0-1) by yorikiri
(59) Onishiki (1-0) def. (50) Iwanami (0-1) by yorikiri
(65) Daijuyama (1-0) def. (52) Kotochitose (0-1) by sukuinage

DICE Hockey - NHL 1962-63 Stats


SKATERS
GOALS
ASSISTS


POINTS
Camille Henry NYR 31
Tim Horton TOR 34
Camille Henry NYR 50
Stan Mikita CHI 31
Doug Harvey NYR 24
Stan Mikita CHI 50
Dave Keon TOR 26
Jean-Guy Talbot MON 24
Parker MacDonald DET 45
Parker MacDonald DET 25
Dean Prentice NYR 23
Dave Keon TOR 44
Frank Mahovlich TOR 23
Henri Richard MON 23
Murray Oliver BOS 38











PIMS
POWERPLAY GOALS

GAME WINNING GOALS
Carl Brewer TOR 131
Stan Mikita CHI 22
Stan Mikita CHI 7
Al MacNeil CHI 106
Camille Henry NYR 20
Dickie Moore MON 6
Reggie Fleming CHI 104
Parker MacDonald DET 14
Norm Ullman DET 5
Dave Balon NYR 98
Dave Keon TOR 11
Dave Keon TOR 5
Bill Gadsby DET 98
Murray Oliver BOS 10
Four Others NHL 4











GOALTENDERS (minimum of ten games played)
WINS GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE
SAVE PERCENTAGE
Glenn Hall CHI 24
Don Simmons TOR 2.07
Don Simmons TOR .942
Jacques Plante MON 16
Glenn Hall CHI 2.44
Glenn Hall CHI .934
Gump Worsley NYR 15
Jacques Plante MON 2.55
Jacques Plante MON .931
Terry Sawchuk DET 13
Terry Sawchuk DET 2.72
Terry Sawchuk DET .929
Johnny Bower TOR 10
Johnny Bower TOR 2.92
Johnny Bower TOR .922



GP W L T Pts GF GA GD PP% PK% Home Away L10 Streak
Chicago Blackhawks 42 25 13 4 54 129 103 26 24.00 75.46 14-7-1 11-6-3 5-4-1 Won 3
Montreal Canadiens 40 20 12 8 48 124 94 30 18.95 78.95 11-6-5 9-6-3 4-4-2 Lost 1
Toronto Maple Leafs 41 19 18 4 42 117 113 4 21.02 73.15 8-10-1 11-8-3 7-2-1 Won 1
Detroit Red Wings 39 18 16 5 41 116 112 4 26.43 81.37 11-8-0 7-8-5 6-3-1 Lost 1
New York Rangers 41 16 20 5 37 130 135 -5 34.97 75.16 6-10-4 10-10-1 3-6-1 Won 1
Boston Bruins 41 9 28 4 22 111 169 -58 25.53 65.77 5-11-4 4-17-0 2-8-0 Lost 7