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Monday, 30 April 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL - Feb 16th 1963

Saturday February 16th 1963

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

Hank Bassen earns his first shutout of the season in his twelfth appearance with a 5-5-1 record. It was easy going for the Red Wings, shutting out the Bruins for the second time in Detroit, as Boston only managed thirteen shots in the first and third periods combined.

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
  8:48 DET M Pronovost (5), Fonteyne, Barkley
17:10 DET PPG P MacDonald (34), Delvecchio
3rd Period
13:29 DET P MacDonald (35), Ullman, Delvecchio
19:00 DET PPG Ullman (26), Smith

POWERPLAY
BOS 0/1
DET 2/5

SAVES
BOS Perreault 41/45
DET Bassen 27/27
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1st 2nd 3rd T
CHI 1 1 0 2
MON 2 0 0 2

Cesare Maniago stopped forty shots against league leading Chicago but the Canadiens missed out on the chance to close the gap at the top to nine points after blowing a two goal lead. Gilles Tremblay (17+12) leads his brother Jean-Claude (4+19) in points and they both combined for the first goal three minutes before Montreal's points leader Jean Beliveau made it 2-0 with his twenty-second of the year. Bobby Hull has been struggling for goals all year but his ninth of the season brought about a change in momentum leading to Chicago outshooting Montreal 35-18 through the remainder of the game. Maniago was only going to be beaten once more - Murray Balfour (16) late in the second - as the Canadiens backup brought his A game.

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
  7:15 MON G Tremblay (17), Beliveau, JC Tremblay
10:20 MON Richard (22), Gauthier, Marshall
11:04 CHI Hull (9), Mikita, Wharram
2nd Period
18:54 CHI Balfour (16), Fleming

POWERPLAY
CHI 0/4
MON 0/1

SAVES
CHI Hall 28/30
MON Maniago 40/42
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1st 2nd 3rd T
NYR 0 2 1 3
TOR 1 1 3 5

New York has won just one of their last six and are now three points back of the Red Wings for the final playoff spot. The good news for them is that Don McKenney has finally scored for the Rangers twenty-four days after his trade from the Boston Bruins, but a third period collapse allowed the Maple Leafs to score three goals in the final period. Two of them came on the powerplay as New York found themselves in penalty trouble after failing to convert on four powerplays of their own through the second period before they eventually tied the game. Toronto have put their troubled start to the season behind them and are now in second place.

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
14:34 TOR Stewart (10), Kelly, Litzenberger
2nd Period
  0:59 TOR Mahovlich (30), Horton, Keon
17:11 NYR Neilson (6), Hebenton
18:37 NYR McKenney (23), Langlois
3rd Period
  3:20 TOR PPG Keon (36), Douglas, Pulford
  7:21 TOR PPG Mahovlich (31), Brewer, Keon
17:22 NYR Neilson (7), Cahan
19:16 TOR Brewer (4) - Penalty Shot

POWERPLAY
NYR 0/4
TOR 2/4

SAVES
NYR Worsley 33/38
TOR Simmons 33/36
 

GP W L T Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 55 32 17 6 70
Toronto Maple Leafs 55 27 22 6 60
Montreal Canadiens 55 25 21 9 59
Detroit Red Wings 53 25 23 5 55
New York Rangers 54 23 25 6 52
Boston Bruins 56 13 37 6 32

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Juryo Day Fourteen

Saturday May 23rd 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

For the second basho running Shinko has the opportunity to win the tournament else go into a playoff after winning against Futatsuryu on the penultimate day. Aobajo and Koboyama are ready to take advantage of their rivals' misfortune. Saisu's very impressive win streak of nine finally comes to an end, Daio winning just his second match in the last six, and Fujinoiwa continues his feud with the Makushita with a win over Kaio.

(52) Aobajo (12-2) def. (45) Wakajishi (8-6) by sukuinage
(54) Koboyama (12-2) def. (58) Hidanohana (10-4) by tsukiotoshi
(43) Hachiya (8-6) def. (54) Banryuyama (6-8) by hatakikomi
(38) Daio (6-8) def. (58) Saisu (10-4) by uwatedashinage
(63) Azumanada (10-4) def. (40) Kotowaka (5-9) by uwatenage

(41) Shinko (13-1) def. (35) Futatsuryu (5-9) by hikiotoshi
(45) Daihi (10-4) def. (41) Oyutaka (9-5) by yorikiri
(40) Hakuryu (8-6) def. (39) Mitsuruyama (4-10) by yorikiri
(45) Hakuryuyama (8-6) def. (35) Kotonofuji (4-10) by oshidashi

(40) Tamaryu (7-0) def. (10*) Yutakayama (2-12) by sukuinage
(28) Nishinofuji (4-3) def. (22) Takabayama (0-14) by shitatenage
(41) Tochitsurugi (7-7) def. (34) Daigo (7-7) by oshidashi
(25) Fujinoiwa (5-9) def. (10*) Kaio (3-4) by tsukiotoshi

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Makuuchi Day Fourteen

Saturday May 23rd 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

Chiyonofuji wins his second tournament in a row and will be aiming for thirty consecutive wins tomorrow. Asashio was unable to make much headway against the champion ending his win streak at five. Takanosato's basho is ending on a bum note with three straight losses going into the final day, and Kitanoumi and Kotokaze remain on 12-2.

(93) Kitanoumi (12-2) def. (79) Takanosato (11-3) by yorikiri
(94) Chiyonofuji (14-0) def. (78) Asashio (10-4) by yoritaoshi
(81) Kotokaze (12-2) def. (64) Tochihikari (2-12) by yoritaoshi
(75) Ozutsu (5-9) def. (59) Onishiki (8-6) by yoritaoshi
(71) Tochikagi (8-6) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (3-11) by yoritaoshi

(69) Hokutenyu (8-6) def. (59) Masudayama (3-11) by uwatenage
(65) Takamiyama (7-7) def. (69) Kurama (3-11) by yorikiri
(52) Amanoyama (6-8) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (2-12) by tsukidashi
(51) Toryu (7-7) def. (10*) Washuyama (1-13) by yorikiri

(58) Fujizakura (7-7) def. (38) Tamanofuji (1-13) by hatakikomi
(67) Kirinji (8-6) def. (50) Iwanami (5-9) by oshidashi
(68) Dewanohana (8-6) def. (61) Oshio (9-5) by yorikiri
(87) Sadanoumi (9-5) def. (65) Daijuyama (10-4) by yorikiri

(64) Wakashimazu (9-5) def. (48) Arase (2-10-2) by uwatenage
(52) Hoo (8-6) def. (35) Tamakiyama (5-9) by yoritaoshi
(49) Aobayama (5-9) def. (46) Kurosegawa (7-7) by hatakikomi
(52) Kotochitose (10-4) def. (45) Takamisugi (7-7) by oshidashi

Sunday, 29 April 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL 1962-63 Stats


SKATERS
GOALS
ASSISTS


POINTS
Camille Henry NYR 42
Tim Horton TOR 40
Camille Henry NYR 71
Stan Mikita CHI 39
Jean-Guy Talbot MON 33
Stan Mikita CHI 65
Dave Keon TOR 35
Doug Harvey NYR 31
Dave Keon TOR 61
Parker MacDonald DET 33
Henri Richard MON 29
Parker MacDonald DET 56
Frank Mahovlich TOR 29
Camille Henry NYR 29
Henri Richard MON 49











PIMS
POWERPLAY GOALS

GAME WINNING GOALS
Carl Brewer TOR 167
Camille Henry NYR 29
Stan Mikita CHI 7
Al MacNeil CHI 132
Stan Mikita CHI 27
Dickie Moore MON 7
Reggie Fleming CHI 130
Parker MacDonald DET 18
Camille Henry NYR 7
Leo Boivin BOS 122
Dave Keon TOR 15
Parker MacDonald DET 6
Ted Green BOS 119
Norm Ullman DET 13
Three Others NHL 5











GOALTENDERS (minimum of ten games played)
WINS GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE
SAVE PERCENTAGE
Glenn Hall CHI 31
Hank Bassen DET 2.27
Glenn Hall CHI .935
Jacques Plante MON 21
Don Simmons TOR 2.30
Don Simmons TOR .934
Gump Worsley NYR 21
Glenn Hall CHI 2.40
Hank Bassen DET .932
Terry Sawchuk DET 17
Cesare Maniago MON 2.55
Cesare Maniago MON .931
Johnny Bower TOR 15
Jacques Plante MON 2.60
Two Others NHL .930


GP W L T Pts GF GA GD PP% PK% Home Away L10 Streak
Chicago Blackhawks 54 32 17 5 69 169 134 35 25.71 75.23 18-9-1 14-8-4 5-4-1 Won 1
Montreal Canadiens 54 25 21 8 58 159 137 22 18.31 78.14 13-10-5 12-11-3 3-7-0 Lost 1
Toronto Maple Leafs 54 26 22 6 58 160 148 12 19.81 75.76 10-13-2 16-9-4 6-2-2 Won 4
Detroit Red Wings 52 24 23 5 53 155 148 7 26.32 81.82 16-10-0 8-13-5 4-6-0 Lost 1
New York Rangers 53 23 24 6 52 172 167 5 34.20 76.53 8-13-5 15-11-1 5-4-1 Won 1
Boston Bruins 55 13 36 6 32 151 229 -78 24.34 65.88 7-16-5 6-20-1 3-5-2 Won 1

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Juryo Day Thirteen

Friday May 22nd 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

With no Juryo in competing in today's Makuuchi there were three men included from the Makushita division. Fujinoiwa was again involved in a long-running battle with a wrestler from the third level of competition, this time losing to Kinoarashi, while Yutakayama and Daigo were victorious against their third level opponents. It was not a shock to see Hidanohana lose to Azumanada, but his chances of catching Shinko have been greatly reduced.

(54) Koboyama (11-2) def. (45) Takamisugi (7-6) by yorikiri
(63) Azumanada (9-4) def. (58) Hidanohana (10-3) by tsukiotoshi
(35) Futatsuryu (5-8) def. (45) Wakajishi (8-5) by yorikiri
(35) Kotonofuji (4-9) def. (54) Banryuyama (6-7) by yorikiri
(43) Hachiya (7-6) def. (38) Daio (5-8) by yorikiri

(41) Oyutaka (9-4) def. (35) Tamakiyama (5-8) by oshidashi
(52) Aobajo (11-2) def. (39) Mitsuruyama (4-9) by yorikiri
(41) Shinko (12-1) def. (40) Hakuryu (7-6) by yorikiri
(45) Daihi (9-4) def. (45) Hakuryuyama (7-6) by yorikiri
(58) Saisu (10-3) def. (40) Kotowaka (5-8) by yoritaoshi

(10*) Yutakayama (2-11) def. (10*) Tochiomi (3-4) by yorikiri
(41) Tochitsurugi (6-7) def. (22) Takabayama (0-13) by yorikiri
(34) Daigo (7-6) def. (10*) Kotomidori (3-4) by sotogake
(37) Kinoarashi (5-2) def. (25) Fujinoiwa (4-9) by yorikiri

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Makuuchi Day Thirteen

Friday May 22nd 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

Chiyonofuji would have to lose to Asashio, who beat Takanosato yesterday, and Kitanoumi, who lost to Kotokaze today, if there is to be any chance of a playoff and someone else being crowned champion. Elsewhere, Amanoyama wins two in a row for the first time during this fortnight, but it was a close run thing against Washuyama, and Sadanoumi ends a bad run of four defeats by crushing Ozutsu in style.

(81) Kotokaze (11-2) def. (93) Kitanoumi (11-2) by yoritaoshi
(94) Chiyonofuji (13-0) def. (79) Takanosato (11-2) by abisetaoshi
(67) Sadanoumi (8-5) def. (75) Ozutsu (4-9) by tsukidashi
(71) Tochikagi (7-6) def. (65) Takamiyama (6-7) by yorikiri

(78) Asashio (10-3) def. (69) Hokutenyu (7-6) by oshidashi
(69) Kurama (3-10) def. (51) Toryu (6-7) by uwatenage
(68) Dewanohana (7-6) def. (59) Masudayama (3-10) by yoritaoshi
(52) Amanoyama (5-8) def. (10*) Washuyama (1-12) by oshidashi

(67) Kirinji (7-6) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (3-10) by oshidashi (close)
(58) Fujizakura (6-7) def. (52) Hoo (7-6) by hikiotoshi
(64) Tochihikari (2-11) def. (46) Kurosegawa (7-6) by oshidashi
(65) Daijuyama (10-3) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (2-11) by hatakikomi

(52) Kotochitose (9-4) def. (48) Arase (2-9) by oshidashi
(59) Onishiki (8-5) def. (64) Wakashimazu (8-5) by hikiotoshi
(61) Oshio (9-4) def. (50) Iwanami (5-8) by tsukidashi
(49) Aobayama (4-9) def. (38) Tamanofuji (1-12) by yorikiri

Saturday, 28 April 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL - Feb 14th 1963

Thursday February 14th 1963

1st 2nd 3rd T
BOS 0 2 1 3
MON 1 0 0 1













Bobby Leiter stepped in to platoon for Leo Boivin who picked up a suspension in the big loss to New York and has a two point game including his first NHL goal of the season. Eddie Johnston did well against an early Montreal surge, stopping sixteen of the seventeen first period shots directed on goal, and stopped over twenty consecutive shots after the Canadiens took a 1-0 lead on the powerplay, but this time the Bruins stood firm on the penalty kill. At the other end of the ice an early goal in each of the second and third periods caught Jacques Plante napping as he lost his seventeenth game of the year after facing less than thirty shots.

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
12:06 MON PPG Geoffrion (17), JC Tremblay, Beliveau
2nd Period
  0:55 BOS Bucyk (15), Oliver, Leiter
  7:42 BOS Gendron (17), Green
3rd Period
  1:12 BOS Leiter (1)

POWERPLAY
BOS 0/3
MON 1/7


SAVES
BOS Johnston 36/37
MON Plante 24/27


GP W L T Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 54 32 17 5 69
Montreal Canadiens 54 25 21 8 58
Toronto Maple Leafs 54 26 22 6 58
Detroit Red Wings 52 24 23 5 53
New York Rangers 53 23 24 6 52
Boston Bruins 55 13 36 6 32

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Juryo Day Twelve

Thursday May 21st 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

Shinko is still the leader in the Juryo but a surprise performance from Yutakayama nearly caught him off guard, and that was not the talking point in the Juryo. After four minutes of deadlock Fujinoiwa and his Makushita opponent Kakureizan broke to take on water before resuming a long contest from their last positions. After a total of seven minutes of fierce competition Fujinoiwa finally had his man. Matsuyama will sit out the remainder of the tournament after picking up a strain in his defeat to Daihi.

(54) Banryuyama (6-6) def. (45) Takamisugi (7-5) by yorikiri
(45) Daihi (8-4) def. (33) Matsuyama (2-10) by yorikiri
(35) Tamakiyama (5-7) def. (45) Wakajishi (8-4) by yorikiri
(58) Hidanohana (10-2) def. (40) Hakuryu (7-5) by oshidashi
(63) Azumanada (8-4) def. (54) Koboyama (10-2) by yorikiri

(52) Aobajo (10-2) def. (35) Futatsuryu (4-8) by hatakikomi
(41) Oyutaka (8-4) def. (40) Kotowaka (5-7) by yorikiri
(41) Shinko (11-1) def. (10*) Yutakayama (1-11) by yorikiri
(39) Mitsuruyama (4-8) def. (35) Kotonofuji (3-9) by uwatenage

(58) Saisu (9-3) def. (45) Hakuryuyama (7-5) by yorikiri
(34) Daigo (6-6) def. (22) Takabayama (0-12) by uwatenage
(41) Tochitsurugi (5-7) def. (29) Tagaryu (3-4) by tsukiotoshi
(25) Fujinoiwa (4-8) def. (25) Kakureizan (3-4) by tsukiotoshi

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Makuuchi Day Twelve

Thursday May 21st 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

Chiyonofuji stands alone at 12-0 with three days to go, but Kotokaze was close to pushing him down at the very start of the match. Takanosato lost to Asashio but he has yet to face the top duo in the Makuuchi, and Daijuyama loses after a four day unbeaten run to cancel out his slim chances of winning the Natsu by losing an even bout to Oshio

(93) Kitanoumi (11-1) def. (67) Sadanoumi (7-5) by yorikiri
(94) Chiyonofuji (12-0) def. (81) Kotokaze (10-2) by yorikiri
(78) Asashio (9-3) def. (79) Takanosato (11-1) by tsukidashi
(75) Ozutsu (4-8) def. (69) Kurama (2-10) by yorikiri
(67) Kirinji (6-6) def. (71) Tochiakagi (6-6) by tsukidashi

(52) Amanoyama (4-8) def. (59) Masudayama (3-9) by oshidashi
(69) Hokutenyu (7-5) def. (65) Takamiyama (6-6) by oshidashi
(64) Wakashimazu (8-4) def. (10*) Washuyama (1-11) by uwatenage
(68) Dewanohana (6-6) def. (58) Fujizakura (5-7) by yorikiri

(59) Onishiki (7-5) def. (64) Tochihikari (1-11) by uwatenage
(46) Kurosegawa (7-5) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (3-9) by yorikiri
(61) Oshio (8-4) def. (65) Daijuyama (9-3) by oshidashi (close)
(50) Iwanami (5-7) def. (48) Arase (2-8) by oshidashi

(52) Hoo (7-5) def. (43) Hachiya (6-6) by yorikiri
(52) Kotochitose (8-4) def. (49) Aobayama (3-9) by oshidashi
(51) Toryu (6-6) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (2-10) by yorikiri
(38) Daio (5-7) def. (38) Tamanofuji (1-11) by tsukiotoshi

Friday, 27 April 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL - Feb 13th 1963

Wednesday February 13th 1963

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

Johnny Bower ties Montreal's Jacques Plante with four shutouts this year, making eight fewer starts, but the Canadiens' number one is ahead in terms of wins (21 / 15), save percentage (.930 / .923) and goals against average (2.60 / 2.85). In addition the teams are tied on points in the standings; Montreal plays Boston tomorrow.

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
  3:47 TOR Pulford (13), Stanley, Douglas
2nd Period
  1:08 TOR Armstrong (17), Horton, Keon
10:34 TOR Stewart (9), Kelly, Litzenberger
3rd Period
  8:46 TOR Pulford (14), Harris, Nevin

POWERPLAY
DET 0/2
TOR 0/7

SAVES
DET Sawchuk 41/45
TOR Bower 24/24


GP W L T Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 54 32 17 5 69
Montreal Canadiens 53 25 20 8 58
Toronto Maple Leafs 54 26 22 6 58
Detroit Red Wings 52 24 23 5 53
New York Rangers 53 23 24 6 52
Boston Bruins 54 12 36 6 30

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Juryo Day Eleven

Wednesday May 20th 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

There was not one but two defeats at the top of the standings today. Aobajo looked in complete control against Hachiya before a deft move caught the favourite off balance and end his wining run at seven. The other big name loser was Hidanohana who lost to another underdog, but this was not as big of a surprise as his rivals defeat, to put him down to 9-2. Koboyama was almost out on his own as Shinko was not at his best against Fujinoiwa.

(45) Wakajishi (8-3) def. (39) Matsuyama (2-9) by oshidashi
(54) Banryuyama (5-6) def. (58) Hidanohana (9-2) by yorikiri
(43) Hachiya (6-5) def. (52) Aobajo (9-2) by yorikiri
(41) Oyutaka (7-4) def. (38) Daio (4-7) by hatakikomi
(40) Kotowaka (5-6) def. (35) Tamakiyama (4-7) by kotenage

(54) Koboyama (10-1) def. (35) Futatsuryu (4-7) by hatakikomi
(45) Hakuryuyama (3-8) def. (39) Mitsuruyama (3-8) by oshidashi
(41) Shinko (10-1) def. (25) Fujinoiwa (3-8) by uwatenage
(34) Daigo (5-6) def. (10*) Yutakayama (1-10) by shitatenage

(45) Daihi (7-4) def. (35) Kotonofuji (3-8) by yorikiri
(58) Saisu (8-3) def. (40) Hakuryu (7-4) by oshidashi
(10*) Tochiomi (2-4) def. (22) Takabayama (0-11) by yoritaoshi
(36) Fukuzono (4-2) def. (41) Tochitsurugi (4-7) by yoritoashi

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Makuuchi Day Eleven

Wednesday May 20th 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

Arase returns from the injury he suffered on the eighth day, performing admirably despite not being 100%, but was unable to prevent Tamanofuji from winning his first match of the basho. The two Juryo athletes for the day, Takamisugi and Azumanada, showed good form in their close losses, but the story of the day was the defeat of Kitanoumi to Takamiyama who has won five of six after starting 1-4. This leaves Chiyonofuji and Takanosato as the only two unbeaten men remaining.

(65) Takamiyama (6-5) def. (93) Kitanoumi (10-1) by oshidashi
(94) Chiyonofuji (11-0) def. (68) Dewanohana (5-6) by uwatedashinage
(79) Takanosato (11-0) def. (64) Tochihikari (1-10) by yorikiri
(81) Kotokaze (10-1) def. (75) Ozutsu (3-8) by yorikiri
(71) Tochiakagi (6-5) def. (52) Amanoyama (3-8) by sukuinage

(78) Asashio (8-3) def. (51) Toryu (5-6) by hatakikomi
(64) Wakashimazu (7-4) def. (69) Kurama (2-9) by shitatenage
(67) Kirinji (5-6) def. (59) Masudayama (3-8) by oshidashi
(69) Hokutenyu (6-5) def. (59) Onishiki (6-5) by tsukidashi

(10*) Zaonishiki (3-8) def. (10*) Washuyama (1-10) by hatakikomi
(58) Fujizakura (5-6) def. (50) Iwanami (4-7) by tsukidashi
(65) Daijuyama (9-2) def. (52) Hoo (6-5) by utchari
(38) Tamanofuji (1-10) def. (48) Arase (2-7-2) by uwatedashinage

(46) Kurosegawa (6-5) def. (67) Sadanoumi (7-4) by yorikiri
(61) Oshio (7-4) def. (49) Aobayama (3-8) by oshidashi
(45) Kurohimeyama (2-9) def. (45) Takamisugi (7-4) by yorikiri
(52) Kotochitose (7-4) def. (63) Azumanada (7-4) by oshidashi

Thursday, 26 April 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL - Feb 12th 1963

Tuesday February 12th 1963

1st 2nd 3rd T
NYR 2 3 4 9
BOS 0 2 0 2

The Rangers ran wild in Boston led as they were by the NHL leader in goals and points Camille Henry who had a six point game with four goals, including the game winner. The Bruins' inability to stay out of the penalty box cost them five of the nine goals against, three from Henry, one from Balon (6) and one from three-point man (2+1) Earl Ingarfield (22). There were three assists each for Andy Bathgate and Ted Hampson, but Bostons Dean Prentice showed his ex-employers what they were missing with two goals while the man he was traded for, Don McKenney, only ended the match with a minor penalty to his name.

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
10:09 NYR PPG Henry (39), Hampson, Harvey
16:56 NYR Ingarfield (21), Cahan
2nd Period
  2:06 BOS Prentice (16), Westfall
  6:50 NYR Henry (40), Harvey
  9:43 NYR PPG Balon (6), Cahan, Ingarfield
13:31 NYR Howell (4), Henry, Bathgate
14:03 BOS Prentice (17), Green
3rd Period
  5:25 NYR Bathgate (24), Henry, Howell
  8:47 NYR PPG Henry (41), Hampson, Bathgate
12:19 NYR PPG Henry (42), Bathgate, Hampson
18:23 NYR PPG Ingarfield (22), Neilson


POWERPLAY
NYR 5/7
BOS 0/4

SAVES
NYR Worsley 33/35
BOS Johnston 26/33, Perreault 5/7


GP W L T Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 54 32 17 5 69
Montreal Canadiens 53 25 20 8 58
Toronto Maple Leafs 53 25 22 6 56
Detroit Red Wings 51 24 22 5 53
New York Rangers 53 23 24 6 52
Boston Bruins 54 12 36 6 30

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Form Guide

Form Guide after Ten Days - ☺ WIN; ☻ LOSS; - N/A
MAKUUCHI
(94) Chiyonofuji ☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺
(93) Kitanoumi ☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺
(79) Takanosato ☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺

(81) Kotokaze ☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☻☺☺

(65) Daijuyama ☺☺☺☺☻☺☻☺☺☺

(78) Asashio ☺☻☺☻☺☺☺☻☺☺
(67) Sadanoumi ☺☺☺☻☺☺☺☺☻☻

(64) Wakashimazu ☻☺☻☺☺☺☺☻☻☺
(61) Oshio ☺☺☺☻☺☺☻☺☻☻
(59) Onishiki ☻☺☺☺☺☺☻☻☻☺
(52) Hoo ☺☺☻☺☺☻☺☻☺☻
(52) Kotochitose ☺☺☺☺☻☻☻☺☺☻

(71) Tochiakagi ☻☺☻☺☺☻☻☺☺☻
(69) Hokutenyu ☻☻☺☻☻☺☻☺☺☺
(68) Dewanohana ☺☺☺☻☻☺☻☺☻☻
(65) Takamiyama ☻☺☻☻☻☺☺☺☻☺
(51) Toryu ☺☻☻☻☺☻☻☺☺☺
(46) Kurosegawa ☻☻☻☻☻☺☺☺☺☺

(67) Kirinji ☻☻☻☺☺☻☺☻☻☺
(58) Fujizakura ☺☻☻☻☺☺☺☻☻☻

(77) Wakanohana ☺☺☺ -  -  -  -  -  -  -
(75) Ozutsu ☻☺☻☻☻☻☺☺☻☻
(59) Masudayama ☻☻☺☺☻☻☻☻☺☻
(52) Amanoyama ☺☻☻☺☻☻☺☻☻☻
(50) Iwanami ☺☻☺☻☺☻☻☻☻☺
(49) Aobayama ☻☻☻☺☻☻☺☺☻☻

(69) Kurama ☻☻☻☻☺☻☻☻☺☻
(48) Arase ☻☻☺☻☻☺☻☻  -  -
(47) Kotetsuyama ☺☺☻ -  -  -  -  -  -  -
(10) Zaonishiki ☻☻☺☺☻☻☻☻☻☻

(64) Tochihikari ☻☻☻☻☻☻☺☻☻☻
(45) Kurohimeyama ☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☺☻
(10) Washuyama ☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☺

(38) Tamanofuji ☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻

JURYO
(58) Hidanohana ☺☺☺☺☻☺☺☺☺☺
(54) Koboyama ☺☺☺☻☺☺☺☺☺☺
(52) Aobajo ☺☺☻☺☺☺☺☺☺☺
(41) Shinko ☺☺☺☺☺☻☺☺☺☺

(63) Azumanada ☺☺☺☺☻☺☻☻☺☺
(45) Takamisugi ☺☺☺☺☻☻☺☺☺☻
(45) Wakajishi ☻☺☻☺☺☺☺☻☺☺
(40) Hakuryu ☺☺☺☺☺☻☻☺☻☺
(38) Saisu ☺☻☻☻☺☺☺☺☺☺

(45) Hakuryuyama ☺☻☺☻☺☺☺☻☺☻

(43) Hachiya ☻☺☺☺☺☺☻☻☻☻
(41) Oyutaka ☻☺☺☻☻☺☻☺☻☺

(54) Banryuyama ☺☻☺☻☺☻☻☺☻☻
(41) Tochitsurugi ☻☻☻☺☺☻☺☻☻☺
(40) Kotowaka ☻☻☻☻☻☻☺☺☺☺
(38) Daio ☻☻☺☺☻☻☺☺☻☻
(35) Futatsuryu ☻☺☺☺☻☺☻☻☻☻
(35) Tamakiyama ☺☻☻☺☻☻☻☺☺☻
(34) Daigo ☻☺☺☻☺☺☻☻☻☻

(39) Mitsuruyama ☻☻☻☺☻☺☻☻☺☻
(35) Kotonofuji ☺☺☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☺
(25) Fujinoiwa ☻☻☻☻☺☺☺☻☻☻

(33) Matsuyama ☻☻☻☺☺☻☻☻☻☻

(10) Yutakayama ☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☺

(22) Takabayama ☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻☻

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Juryo Day Ten

Tuesday May 19th 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

The in-form wrestlers continued to win today with Shinko's victory over Hakuryuyama a particularly enjoyable spectacle, but even that was overshadowed by the match that saw Daigo lose his fourth consecutive contest, today's coming at the hands of the Makushita's Kakureizan who will remember this day for a long time to come. Saisu took his sixth straight win in a small upset over Hachiya and is looking very confident and perhaps one to watch going into the final five days.

(41) Oyutaka (6-4) def. (33) Matsuyama (2-8) by yorikiri
(38) Saisu (7-3) def. (43) Hachiya (5-5) by yorikiri
(54) Koboyama (9-1) def. (54) Banryuyama (4-6) by hatakikomi
(52) Aobajo (9-1) def. (38) Daio (4-6) by yorikiri
(63) Azumanada (7-3) def. (39) Mitsuruyama (3-7) by oshidashi

(35) Kotonofuji (3-7) def. (35) Futatsuryu (4-6) by uwatedashinage
(40) Hakuryu (7-3) def. (35) Tamakiyama (4-6) by tsuridashi
(41) Shinko (9-1) def. (45) Hakuryuyama (6-4) by tsukiotoshi
(40) Kotowaka (4-6) def. (45) Daihi (6-4) by hikiotoshi

(10*) Yutakayama (1-9) def. (22) Takabayama (0-10) by yoritaoshi
(25) Kakureizan (3-3) def. (34) Daigo (4-6) by yorikiri
(41) Tochitsurugi (4-6) def. (28) Nishinofuji (3-3) by yorikiri
(35) Kotonofuji (3-7) def. (25) Fujinoiwa (3-7) by yoritaoshi

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Makuuchi Day Ten

Tuesday May 19th 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

Washuyama defeats Aobayama and ends a fourteen match losing skid that goes back to the Haru but Tamanofuji remains winless after he lost to Iwanami who wins for the first time in five days. Sadanoumi loses for the second day in a row and is now three back of the leading trio who won out, as did the chasing Kotokaze and Daijuyama.

(93) Kitanoumi (10-0) def. (75) Ozutsu (3-7) by tsukidashi
(94) Chiyonofuji (10-0) def. (69) Kurama (2-8) by oshidashi
(81) Kotokaze (9-1) def. (68) Dewanohana (5-5) by yoritaoshi
(79) Takanosato (10-0) def. (58) Fujizakura (4-6) by yorikiri
(78) Asashio (7-3) def. (71) Tochiakagi (5-5) by yorikiri

(65) Takamiyama (5-5) def. (59) Masudayama (3-7) by tsukidashi
(65) Daijuyama (8-2) def. (52) Amanoyama (3-7) by tsukiotoshi
(69) Hokutenyu (5-5) def. (67) Sadanoumi (7-3) by shitatenage
(10*) Washuyama (1-9) def. (49) Aobayama (3-7) by yorikiri

(67) Kirinji (4-6) def. (61) Oshio (6-4) by yorikiri
(51) Toryu (5-5) def. (64) Tochihikari (1-9) by hatakikomi
(59) Onishiki (6-4) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (2-8) by hikiotoshi
(64) Wakashimazu (6-4) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (1-9) by uwatenage

(50) Iwanami (4-6) def. (38) Tamanofuji (0-10) by tsukiotoshi
(45) Wakajishi (7-3) def. (52) Hoo (6-4) by oshidashi
(58) Hidanohana (9-1) def. (52) Kotochitose (6-4) by oshidashi
(46) Kurosegawa (5-5) def. (45) Takamisugi (7-3) by sukuinage

Wednesday, 25 April 2012

DICE Hockey - NHL 1962-63 Stats


SKATERS
GOALS
ASSISTS


POINTS
Stan Mikita CHI 39
Tim Horton TOR 39
Camille Henry NYR 65
Camille Henry NYR 38
Jean-Guy Talbot MON 33
Stan Mikita CHI 65
Dave Keon TOR 35
Doug Harvey NYR 29
Dave Keon TOR 60
Parker MacDonald DET 33
Henri Richard MON 29
Parker MacDonald DET 56
Frank Mahovlich TOR 29
Three Others NHL 27
Henri Richard MON 49











PIMS
POWERPLAY GOALS

GAME WINNING GOALS
Carl Brewer TOR 165
Stan Mikita CHI 27
Stan Mikita CHI 7
Al MacNeil CHI 132
Camille Henry NYR 26
Dickie Moore MON 7
Reggie Fleming CHI 130
Parker MacDonald DET 18
Camille Henry NYR 6
Dave Balon NYR 112
Dave Keon TOR 15
Parker MacDonald DET 6
Two Others NHL 112
Norm Ullman DET 13
Three Others NHL 5











GOALTENDERS (minimum of ten games played)
WINS GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE
SAVE PERCENTAGE
Glenn Hall CHI 31
Hank Bassen DET 2.27
Glenn Hall CHI .935
Jacques Plante MON 21
Don Simmons TOR 2.30
Don Simmons TOR .934
Gump Worsley NYR 20
Glenn Hall CHI 2.40
Hank Bassen DET .932
Terry Sawchuk DET 17
Cesare Maniago MON 2.55
Cesare Maniago MON .931
Johnny Bower TOR 14
Jacques Plante MON 2.60
Two Others NHL .930


GP W L T Pts GF GA GD PP% PK% Home Away L10 Streak
Chicago Blackhawks 54 32 17 5 69 169 134 35 25.71 75.23 18-9-1 14-8-4 5-4-1 Won 1
Montreal Canadiens 53 25 20 8 58 158 134 24 18.45 77.78 13-9-5 12-11-3 4-6-0 Won 1
Toronto Maple Leafs 53 25 22 6 56 156 148 8 20.49 75.51 9-13-2 16-9-4 5-3-2 Won 3
Detroit Red Wings 51 24 22 5 53 155 144 11 26.60 81.19 16-10-0 8-12-5 5-5-0 Lost 1
New York Rangers 52 22 24 6 50 163 165 -2 32.80 76.04 8-13-5 14-11-1 5-4-1 Lost 1
Boston Bruins 53 12 35 6 30 146 219 -73 25.27 66.50 7-15-5 5-20-1 3-5-2 Lost 2

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Juryo Day Nine

Monday May 18th 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

Banryuyama has yet to enjoy back to back victories in the Natsu and he suffered a shock defeat today against Mitsuruyama who weathered the storm and then took his one opportunity. But that is nothing compared to the woeful tournament that recently promoted Takabayama is having to endure, this time losing to a Makushita opponent who was struggling himself.

(35) Tamakiyama (4-5) def. (33) Matsuyama (2-7) by hikiotoshi
(45) Takamisugi (7-2) def. (41) Oyutaka (5-4) by oshidashi
(58) Hidanohana (8-1) def. (35) Kotonofuji (2-7) by yoritaoshi
(45) Wakajishi (6-3) def. (10*) Yutakayama (0-9) by yorikiri
(39) Mitsuruyama (3-6) def. (54) Banryuyama (4-5) by kotenage

(45) Daihi (6-3) def. (43) Hachiya (5-4) by yorikiri
(40) Kotowaka (3-6) def. (38) Daio (4-5) by sukuinage
(38) Saisu (6-3) def. (35) Futatsuryu (4-5) by oshidashi
(52) Aobajo (8-1) def. (40) Hakuryu (6-3) by sukuinage

(41) Shinko (8-1) def. (34) Daigo (4-5) by hatakikomi
(45) Hakuryuyama (6-3) def. (25) Fujinoiwa (3-6) by tsukiotoshi
(10*) Kaio (2-3) def. (22) Takabayama (0-9) by hatakikomi
(54) Koboyama (8-1) def. (41) Tochisurugi (3-6) by yorikiri

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Makuuchi Day Nine

Monday May 18th 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

Sadanoumi is stumped by Kurama and is now two wins back of the 9-0 trio who had had little trouble in their matches today. Kurosegawa wins his fourth in a row in the match of the day against Oshio. It was very close and Oshio was certainly favourite to win but despite his chances it was Kurosegawa who continues his excellent turnaround after starting with five defeats in the basho.

(93) Kitanoumi (9-0) def. (67) Kirinji (3-6) by uwatenage
(94) Chiyonofuji (9-0) def. (71) Tochihikari (1-8) by yorikiri
(79) Takanosato (9-0) def. (65) Takamiyama (4-5) by hatakikomi
(81) Kotokaze (8-1) def. (52) Amanoyama (3-6) by yorikiri

(78) Asashio (6-3) def. (75) Ozutsu (3-6) by hikiotoshi
(71) Tochiakagi (5-4) def. (68) Dewanohana (5-4) by yorikiri
(69) Kurama (2-7) def. (67) Sadanoumi (7-2) by kotenage
(59) Masudayama (3-6) def. (10*) Washuyama (0-9) by oshidashi

(69) Hokutenyu (4-5) def. (64) Wakashimazu (5-4) by yoritaoshi
(65) Daijuyama (7-2) def. (58) Fujizakura (4-5) by sukuinage
(52) Kotochitose (6-3) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (2-7) by oshidashi
(45) Kurohimeyama (1-8) def. (59) Onishiki (5-4) by tsukiotoshi

(46) Kurosegawa (4-5) def. (61) Oshio (6-3) by yorikiri
(52) Hoo (6-3) def. (50) Iwanami (3-6) by yorikiri
(51) Toryu (4-5) def. (49) Aobayama (3-6) by hatakikomi
(63) Azumanada (6-3) def. (38) Tamanofuji (0-9) by yorikiri

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Juryo Day Eight

Sunday May 17th 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

A pair of Makushita wrestlers step up for the eighth day of Juryo action and put Daigo and Fujinoiwa in their place. That was not the only inter-division news as another win for Hidanohana in the Makuuchi keeps him in the lead along with Koboyama, Aobajo and Shinko on 7-1, with Aobajo the man on form with a fifth straight win. Azumanada has gone 1-3 since his 4-0 start to life in the Juryo, today losing to Takamisugi who, along with Hakuryu, is keeping pace with the leading pack.

(45) Takamisugi (6-2) def. (63) Azumanada (5-3) by oshidashi
(40) Kotowaka (2-6) def. (33) Matsuyama (2-6) by yorikiri
(45) Daihi (5-3) def. (45) Wakajishi (5-3) by yorikiri
(54) Koboyama (7-1) def. (43) Hachiya (5-3) by yorikiri
(38) Daio (4-4) def. (35) Kotonofuji (2-6) by hikiotoshi

(40) Hakuryu (6-2) def. (35) Futatsuryu (4-4) by yorikiri
(35) Tamakiyama (3-5) def. (45) Hakuryuyama (5-3) by yorikiri
(52) Aobajo (7-1) def. (22) Takabayama (0-8) by shitatedashinage
(41) Oyutaka (5-3) def. (39) Mitsuruyama (2-6) by yorikiri

(41) Shinko (7-1) def. (41) Tochitsurugi (3-5) by hatakikomi
(38) Saisu (5-3) def. (10*) Yutakayama (0-8) by yorikiri
(36) Fukuzono (3-2) def. (34) Daigo (4-4) by yorikiri
(29) Tagaryu (2-3) def. (25) Fujinoiwa (3-5) by yorikiri

Basho Fury - 1981 Natsu, Makuuchi Day Eight

Sunday May 17th 1981
Tokyo, Kuramae Kokugikan

The first of the "top four" suffers a loss as Takamiyama wins his third in a row, defeating Kotokaze; he joins Sadanoumi, who has four straight victories, on 7-1. Kitanoumi had a scare midway through his match against Asashio and another injury befalls a Makuuchi competitor. Arase lost to Kurosegawa and will miss the next two days with a hip injury. 

(93) Kitanoumi (8-0) def. (78) Asashio (5-3) by yoritaoshi
(94) Chiyonofuji (8-0) def. (59) Masudayama (2-6) by uwatenage
(65) Takamiyama (4-4) def. (81) Kotokaze (7-1) by tsukidashi
(79) Takanosato (8-0) def. (69) Kurama (1-7) by yorikiri
(75) Ozutsu (3-5) def. (67) Kirinji (3-5) by tsuridashi

(71) Tochiakagi (4-4) def. (58) Fujizakura (4-4) by kotenage
(67) Sadanoumi (7-1) def. (52) Amanoyama (3-5) by hatakikomi
(69) Hokutenyu (3-5) def. (10*) Washuyama (0-8) by uwatenage
(49) Aobayama (3-5) def. (64) Tochihikari (1-7) by hikiotoshi

(68) Dewanohana (5-3) def. (50) Iwanami (3-5) by yorikiri
(61) Oshio (6-2) def. (10*) Zaonishiki (2-6) by yoritaoshi
(65) Daijuyama (6-2) def. (59) Onishiki (5-3) by yorikiri
(46) Kurosegawa (3-5) def. (48) Arase (2-6) by yorikiri

(51) Toryu (3-5) def. (64) Wakashimazu (5-3) by yorikiri
(58) Hidanohana (7-1) def. (52) Hoo (5-3) by hatakikomi
(52) Kotochitose (5-3) def. (45) Kurohimeyama (0-8) by hatakikomi
(54) Banryuyama (4-4) def. (38) Tamanofuji (0-8) by tsukidashi

DICE Hockey - NHL - Feb 10th 1963

Sunday February 10th 1963

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

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
  3:02 BOS PPG Prentice (15), Westfall
10:26 MON Moore (24), Talbot, Richard
2nd Period
16:44 MON Gauthier (1), Richard
3rd Period
  3:03 MON PS Beliveau (16)
  8:18 MON Provost (20), Talbot, Richard

POWERPLAY
MON 0/3
BOS 1/3

SAVES
MON Plante 32/33
BOS Johnston 39/43
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1st 2nd 3rd T
NYR 1 1 0 2
CHI 3 0 1 4

Kenny Wharram's twenty-fourth goal of the season midway through the first period would be enough to end up as the game winner despite a second comeback in as many days from New York. The Rangers came back from 3-0 through a Henry (38) powerplay goal and Ted Hampson's even strength tally, which gave Don McKenney his first point since his trade from the Boston Bruins, but Chicago was able to finish it off with an empty netter to give Stan Mikita another multi-point night.

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
  7:57 CHI Hull (8), Mikita
11:37 CHI Murphy (15), Lunde, Nesterenko
12:16 CHI Wharram (24), Hull, Pilote
15:42 NYR PPG Henry (38), Hampson
2nd Period
19:39 NYR Hampson (2), McKenney, Schinkel
3rd Period
19:42 CHI ENG Mikita (39), Pilote, Wharram

POWERPLAY
NYR 1/4
CHI 0/1

SAVES
NYR Worsley 33/36
CHI Hall 43/45
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1st 2nd 3rd T
TOR 0 2 1 3
DET 2 0 0 2

The Toronto Maple Leafs are now just two points back of the Canadiens in second place with their fifth win in six and points in seven of the last eight. Detroit, who hold a three point advantage over New York for the final playoff spot, came out on top in an evenly contested first period with goals from Andre Pronovost (5) and Parker MacDonald (33). Toronto then dominated the second period with eighteen shots on goal, tying the game through Pulford (12) and Douglas (2) before they won it in the third through Frank Mahovlich's fifth game winning goal of the year; good enough to tie Keon for the team lead in that category. Don Simmons won his eleventh of the season after stopping twenty-four shots through the second and third periods.

SCORING SUMMARY
1st Period
14:26 DET A Pronovost (5), Stasiuk, M Pronovost
18:17 DET P MacDonald (33)
2nd Period
  3:09 TOR Pulford (12), Nevin, Douglas
17:55 TOR Douglas (2), Harris
3rd Period
  4:48 TOR Mahovlich (29), Armstrong, Keon

POWERPLAY
TOR 0/2
DET 0/4

SAVES
TOR Simmons 32/34
DET Sawchuk 41/43


GP W L T Pts
Chicago Blackhawks 54 32 17 5 69
Montreal Canadiens 53 25 20 8 58
Toronto Maple Leafs 53 25 22 6 56
Detroit Red Wings 51 24 22 5 53
New York Rangers 52 22 24 6 50
Boston Bruins 53 12 35 6 30