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shutout

1. n. a game where one team prevents the other from scoring any points at all. He was still reveling from last week’s shutout.
2. mod. having to do with a game where one team has no score. Another shutout game gave the fans nothing to cheer about this afternoon.
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In his Sharks career, in its third season, Greiss has lost a shutout with 6 seconds left in the third period, and has had two one-goal games in which video replays later showed the goals scored should not have counted.
They're riding a 659-minute shutout streak - they haven't permitted a goal since USC's Nini Loucks (Canyon of Canyon Country) tallied in the 28th minute of UCLA's 3-2 overtime win Oct.
The Lancers, who didn't have a shutout in their first 14 games, have held teams scoreless in their past three.
Burton's two shutouts last week - 6-0 over Hope International and 0-0 against Point Loma - moved the Mustangs into a three-way tie for fourth place with two games remaining.
Burkhardt broke his shutout record with 13 this season.
Against Taft, goalkeeper Christian Pelayo had four saves for the shutout, and Derek Hutchinson, Eric Garcia and Junior Brambila scored.
Aaron Marcellino sacked Abbey twice and the Burroughs defense largely denied Milton or any Knights runner many long gains thanks to a quick and swarming defense that had helped the Indians open the season with back-to-back shutouts.
He shut out the Wild in the first three games of the series, tying the NHL record for consecutive playoff shutouts.
Giguere's streak of 213 minutes, 17 seconds includes three consecutive shutouts against the Wild.
Record watch: Ducks goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere is fewer than two periods shy of the NHL playoff record for consecutive shutout minutes.
Giguere finished with 35 saves to become the sixth goalie in NHL history to record three consecutive shutouts in the playoffs and the first to do so in the conference finals.
The importance of his performance nevertheless was magnified by the fact top pitching prospect Chad Billingsley was simultaneously throwing eight shutout innings for Triple-A Las Vegas against Colorado Springs, allowing one hit.