second period

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the second division into which the play of a game is divided

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Their back-to-back goals in the second period thrilled the crowd at the Gangneung Hockey Center as South Korea narrowed the gap to one goal.
Tonight we came out good, but we let them back in the game in the second period for absolutely no reason.
During the second period, however, they began to listen to comments and suggestions from friends in other projects.
Total revenues in the second period 2006 were impacted negatively by the shutdown of our Louisiana printing plant while both total and advertising revenues for the period were impacted positively by the contribution of Winter Olympics and the new television operations acquired on December 5, 2005.
Included in both the total revenues and the advertising revenues for the 2005 second period is a $0.
Mathieu Garon, coming off a shutout of Columbus two nights earlier, stopped 17 shots in the second period after Samuelsson's goal and made 32 saves in the game in another strong effort.
At the daily newspaper for the second period ended February 22, 2004, total advertising revenue of $12.
San Jose took a 2-0 lead 8:54 into the second period thanks to some amazing timing.
The first-period top performer placed in the bottom half of all funds in the second period.
Rookie defenseman Peter Harrold made an embarrassing and costly gaffe in the slot in front of the Kings' net in the second period.
Dustin Brown and Rob Blake scored goals in the first five minutes of the second period, but Noah Welch scored on a shot that deflected off Mattias Norstrom's skate 7:47 into the third period.
Lubomir Visnovsky and Michael Cammalleri scored for the Kings, but they missed several opportunities to add a thirdgoal, most notably on two failed power plays midway through the second period.
Evgeni Malkin was injured during his first NHL exhibition game Wednesday night when he collided with Pittsburgh teammate John LeClair early in the second period of the Penguins' 5-4 win over Philadelphia in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Pavol Demitra, sidelined 14 of the previous 15 games with vision and concussion problems, returned Monday and scored a power-play goal 13 minutes into the second period to break a scoreless tie.
The Kings played a tighter game to start the second period, but it mattered little.
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