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Clue shuts out cocky Monopoly, 4-0.

The first shutout of the season goes to.... Tom Fuji.

The Make Aizanman Great Again tour hit a snag as it went through a blue zone, navy blue to be exact.

It wasn't a good day at all for the green team. Jim Wilkinson was trying to keep up with Bob Powell, who was trying to keep pace with Don Fortini.

So as you can see, nobody was really skating for the green team. Meanwhile the Clue team didn't have as much talent show up, but had enough heart and hustle to pull out a shocking 4-0 win.

Woody opened the scoring when he scored on his own rebound, picking up the goal and the assist on his own play. He proceeded to remind us he had the game winning goal.

Next Dan McCarthy scored on a nice tic-tac-toe play with Todd Nichol and Brian Leslie. Then just before the first period ended Leslie went coast to coast, bravely looking off three open teammates, and scoring with 5 seconds left for a 3-0 lead.

In the 2nd it was more from Clue, and even less from Monopoly. George Howard went in 1 on 1 and buried a wrist shot from medium range for the fourth and final goal of this one.

Fuji didn't see many shots, but made a super huge save on the goal line with about two minutes left on the DA to preserve his own shutout. No cameraman to jinx him this time.

"The were missing their leading scorer today, so without Ragu, they didn't have much of a chance," said Andy Long.

Both of these teams have the odd 3-3-1 record, tied in 2nd place.


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