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“They seem fully capable of thriving in the low-scoring playoff environment, allowing more than two goals just five times during this stretch.”
“Thus the most challenging students are shuffled from school to school, the favored schools thrive, and the larger schools—which get disproportionate numbers of low-scoring students—are set up to fail by the department of education.”
“You know, they were relatively speaking a light-hitting, low-scoring team coming into the playoffs, but not anymore.”
“Buc Ball is hard-nosed, gritty, low-scoring football.”
“In what could be a low-scoring series—the Rangers allowed only 198 goals themselves—Lundqvist may be the greatest advantage the Rangers have, but he isn't the only one.”
“Dave Tippett came into Phoenix this season and transformed the Coyotes into a team that is comfortable winning low-scoring games.”
“At Derby the home side were also defeated in a low-scoring affair.”
“Having few new entering students is an enormous advantage not only because low-scoring transfer students are kept out but also because in the later grades, KIPP students are surrounded only by successful peers who are the most committed to the program.”
“Mr. Brodeur, 38, says he has never been frustrated by the endless parade of low-scoring games during the course of his career, which often put more pressure on his perfor mance.”
“Just imagine the situation for special education, low-scoring, or other special needs children if even pickier private schools are given a crack at public money.”
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