Definition of outshoot
1 : to surpass in shooting or making shots
2 : to shoot or go beyond
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The goal ended a 72:54 drought for Nashville, which had outshot the Penguins 18-9 in the first Final game ever played in Nashville.
Rookie forward Jake Guentzel scored twice to increase his postseason-leading goal total to 12 as the Penguins were outshot but prevailed, 4-1, on Wednesday to take a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven Final.
Pittsburgh was outshot throughout the first two rounds of the playoffs.
The Eagles allow 12.4 goals per game, but their goalies, Zoe Ochoa and Lauren Daly, can get hot and combined for 14 saves against Navy, which outshot Boston College, 40-34.
Portland outshot Seattle 15-5 in the first half, but managed to put just two of those shots on goal.
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