Thursday, October 13, 2016

26 46 52 142 199 | Auston Matthews, NHL rookie, Toronto Maple Leafs, scores record 4 goals in first pro game


Toronto = 36; Maple Leafs = 36/45; Toronto Maple Leafs = 72/81
Toronto = 117; Maple Leafs = 90; Toronto Maple Leafs = 207


Hurricane Matthew, maybe that's what they'll be calling him by season's end...



First of all, notice the fucked up spelling of Auston.  Here is why his name is spelled in such a fucked up way.



He is from the Phoenix area, Scottsdale, on the 33rd Parallel.  The Phoenix Coyotes play down there.  It will be interesting what he does his first game down there.

Scottsdale = 1/10+3+6+2+2+1/10+4+1+3+5 = 28/46

This big game came 26-days after his 19th birthday.  God = 7+15+4 = 26 (Dollar = 26)

9/17/1997 = 9+17+19+97 = 142
9/17/1997 = 9+17+(1+9+9+7) = 52 (Prophecy)
9/17/1997 = 9+1+7+1+9+9+7 = 43
9/17/97 = 9+17+97 = 123 (Conspiracy)


Oilers = 33/42 (Notice the Oilers won 4-7...) (Shark = 21)
Senators and Maple Leafs... (Baseball = 54) (We'll see what happens to Blue Jays)

http://www.espn.com/nhl/scoreboard?date=20161012

28 comments:

  1. It's funny Zach. I know people who admit that the MLB, NFL, and NBA are all rigged, but they still think that the NHL is legit. I personally think we should all put a little more time in exposing hockey too.

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    1. ITS PRETTY OBVIOUS even to me who didnt follow hocky close...the Kings sweep everyone in a playoff run and the next one goes to all 7 games each series except for a 5 game final where the winning overtime goal is scored in LA by a guy with a Mexican/hispanic last name (LA fan base is hispanic) how many hockey players are name Martinez? lol

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  2. I was looking into this game a little last night, i had Matthews=109 in simple gematria... this is the 109th matchup between Ottawa and Toronto. Also NHL=34 and Matthews wears 34. Also 3 weeks and 4 days after his birthday, not including the day and 340 days to his bday not including the day Hes got that 43 birth numerology on the leafs=43. Maple Leafs lose 4-5, maple leafs in reduction is 45. Canadian Tire Centre is on the 45th parallel.
    On the goalie matchup, Frederik Andersen #31 goes 3-1 vs Ottawa while Craig Anderson gets his 12th win against Toronto on the 12th. Craig Andersons birthday was also 222 days away. Thats all i found

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  3. i live in Canada i would be happy to see some of your work on NHL Zach

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  4. Great work guys!!! My buddy played in the NHL for years and said its not fixed. But what else is he going to say?

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    1. In games with a single player blacking goal (soccer, hockey, etc.) All that's needed is the refs and the goalie. With that combo, any score is possible to rig.

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    2. Hockey would be insanely easy to rig. Gotta love how he's 6'3" (63), 216lbs for the coded 666 too.

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    3. It' is amazing how many bad goals happen in hockey on a nightly basis. Seems odd best goalies in the world are constantly letting in poor goals or getting way out of position. Refs and goalies is definitely all you need.

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    4. talk about "world class" - fucking international soccer keepers. seriously, how the FUCK do they constantly get beat top shelf on a fucking 8 foot tall goal??? you can't jump for shit or what? this knowledge makes it all fit nicely.

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  5. Jake Allen going for his 59th career win tonight, 10+13+20+16

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  6. Zach, I don't know if you realize how crazy Canadians are about their hockey, it is really sad. A Canadian team hasn't won a Stanley Cup in over twenty years, I think it is now. When a team gets into the playoffs the whole country goes ape shit and they make tons of money off of Jerseys and all kinds of shit. I'm a Canadian, do you think we'll ever get the cup again soon? I don't care about hockey but I'm tired of seeing the heartbreak of fellow Canadians who are into this shit.

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    1. I like hockey sweaters as around the house comfy things to wear... I'm fascinated by hockey uniform history

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  7. Oh I should have added to the post above, I was just watching an interview, half-assed while the news was on and Wayne Gretsky was talking to a Canadian news commenter and he said, his moving to L.A. brought hockey out where they didn't have it, in the warm places like L.A. So I'm thinking he was so big when he moved to L.A. he forced sales because people wanted to watch him. They were talking about the amazement to see someone as a first draft pick who came from Arizona, a hot state. Gretsky said he wouldn't be able to afford hockey now or rather his dad wouldn't. It cost so much for the equipment they wear, and hockey school, and on and on. It is really a sport for the richer families who put their kids in. Mind you kids will still play on the street with a ball and a hockey stick in summer and in winter on icy roads they use a puck and hockey sticks with old nets behind them. Yeah, hockey is a scam. That's for sure but so many little kids play it even if their parents can't afford it, that they grow up and love hockey on T.V. Now I think he is kind of evil to go to L.A. when America has all those sports teams and they just had to make hockey another money maker even in the hotter states. Wow, the interview takes on new meaning now. He was actually crying when he left Edmonton back in the day, so were the fans apparently, like real tears. Unbelievable.

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    1. oh please..his whole career was obviously staged..he wore 99...no human is that far superior to any other human in any pro sport..he would have never been that successful without manipulation

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  8. so now the focus is Toronto with the Raptors,Blue Jays..is this guy the next Gretsky ?...funding for an nfl team to expand there?

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  9. i personally dont believe nhl is rigged

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    1. all pro sports work in unison. One wouldnt be a renegade because they would obviously have knowledge the others were. ..Theres no way the Gretzky to LA thing was happenstance...the Carolina Hurricanes went to a Stanley finals in their 5th and 9th year of existence.
      thats obviously to pay for the expansion cost and other city/property reasons and distract the population for one reason or another while they are taxed etc

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    2. I obviously mean the 5th year is a little too quick to be that lucky and good. As to the 9th, who knows what the reasoning is...but now that they are situated theyve had a dry spell for a few years.
      if you look up expansion in all sports over the last 20 years...new teams seem to magically get to playoffs in no time for extra profit to cover the new cost among what ever other reasons

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    3. exactly..that one was blatantly bad lol and yet my friends excuse it because of the magical expansion draft

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  10. hockey is so unpredictable in terms of stanley cup winners/playoffs in comparision to nba or nfl, idk to each is own though i understand where u coming from

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    1. like nobody had San Jose Sharks reaching Cup Finals before season started its easy to say in hindsight now

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    2. yes but San Jose is right next to SF lol how lucky they get to a finals right when Warriors/ Giants/Niners are having success the last few years.

      not to mention the entire State of California over the last decade in sports

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  11. Is there gonna be a regular hockey thread?
    I had Jake Allen getting his 59th career win on a day with 59 numerology. Also going into this game the Minnesota Wild were 10-13 in regulation in the Scottrade center and the Blues had a total of 1013 points... now 1015 points and playing home again on 10/15

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    2. Blue had 1013 career points at Scottrade center*

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