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A-League: Standings and Results through August 25
August 27th, 1996 12AM
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Standings

TeamGPWLGFGAP
*Montreal23185351646
Colorado231211473134
Seattle231310262131
Vancouver231112273227
Rochester211011273724
New York22913302821
Atlanta1731411389

*-clinched playoff spot.

Shootout records:Montreal 4-0, Vancouver 3-2, Seattle 4-4, Rochester 3-3, New York 3-5, Colorado 1-2, Atlanta 0-2.

o Wins in standings include wins in regulation, worth three points, and wins in shootout, worth one point.

Results

Aug. 21 in Rochester

Rochester 0 Colorado 0 (Rochester wins shootout 2-1).

Rochester --Andracki, Dauda, Rivas, Minott, Villagra, Tanner (Kennell, 70), McKay, Gutierrez, Debrah, Miller, Steenkamp.

Colorado --Harrington, Tadlock, Patterson, Martinez, Siersbaek (Fig, 66), Boyd, Harris, Lujan, Messam, Lak, Davis.

Att.: 11,196.

Aug. 21 in Vancouver, B.C.

Vancouver 1 Montreal 0. Goal: Dailly (Heald) 37.

Vancouver --Dolan, Payne, MacDonald, Sumner, Norman, Dailly, Berg, Heald, Nash (Muirhead, 46), Mobilio, Ross (Valentine, 66).

Montreal --Ceccarelli, DeSantis, Diotte, Devos, Limniatis, Fletcher, Hooper, Doliscat, Holness, Lowe, Berdusco (Barker, 57).

Att.: 3,818.

Aug. 23 in Montreal

Montreal 2 Colorado 1. Goals: Biello (Devos) 36, Hooper (Devos) 64; Davis (Lak) 29.

Montreal --Ceccarelli, Limniatis, Diotte, Devos, DeSantis, Carter (Fletcher, 80), Hooper, Holness, Biello, Lowe (Berdusco, 51), Barker (Doliscat, 87).

Colorado --Harrington, Sedgewick, Tadlock (Adams, 79), Patterson, Martinez, Messam, Lak, McCreath, Davis (Siersbaek, 79), Boyd (Fig, 68), Harris.

Att.: 7,231.

Aug. 24 in Atlanta

Atlanta 0 New York 5. Goals: Saunders (Boulin) 7, Boulin 15, Weinstein (Saunders) 42, Weinstein 49, Acosta (Tschantret) 60.

Atlanta --Young Yi, Richmond, Bednar, G. Sheen, Dunlap, Elliot, Hellenkamp (Crane, 46), R. Sheen, Moore (Muncillo, 65), Vivanco (McIntosh, 46), Bahr.

New York --Azmi, Belen, Szanto, Mortarulo, Fairweather, Fothergill, Tschantret, Boulin, Acosta (Carter, 65), Saunders (Chavez, 74), Weinstein (Tam, 75).

Att.: 751.

Aug. 24 in Seattle

Seattle 2 Vancouver 2 (Seattle wins shootout 1-0). Goals: Leonetti (Farrell) 17, Farrell 22; Mobilio (Ross) 35, Mobilio (Nash) 43.

Seattle --Hahnemann, James Dunn, James, Webber, Crook, Morrill (Bialek, 87), Leonetti, Hoggan, McCormick, Jason Dunn (Thompson, 57), Farrell.

Vancouver --Dolan, Payne, MacDonald, Sumner, Norman, Dailly (Muirhead, 75), Heald (Oliviero, 46), Berg, Nash (Valentine, 81), Mobilio, Ross.

Att.: 3,566.

Aug. 25 in Rochester

Rochester 3 New York 2. Goals: Gutierrez (Tanner) 20, Rivas (Gutierrez) 72, Miller 86; Acosta 81, Chavez (Acosta) 85.

Rochester --Andracki, Minott, Rivas, Kennell, Villagra, Tanner, Kelly, McKay (Young, 68), Gutierrez (Ashe, 88), Miller, Steenkamp.

New York --Azmi, Fairweather, Mortarulo, Szanto, McElderry, Fothergill, Acosta, Belen (Carter, 72), Boulin, Saunders, Weinstein (Chavez, 58).

Att.: 10,664.

Aug. 25 in Commerce City, Colo.

Colorado 2 Vancouver 1. Goals: Fig (McCreath) 64, Harris (McCreath) 70; Ross (Dolan) 63.

Colorado --Harrington, Patterson, Martinez, Siersbaek (Boyd, 46), Fig (Tadlock, 65), Harris, Lujan (Sedgewick, 73), Messam, Lak, McCreath, Davis.

Vancouver --Dolan, Payne, MacDonald (McLean, 52), Sumner, Norman (Muirhead, 73), Dailly (Sibiya, 81), Heald, Oliviero, Ross, Mobilio, Kusch.

Att.: 3,576.

Leading Scorers

Player (Team)GAP
Harris (Colorado)15636
Miller (Rochester)13026
Mobilio (Vancouver)10222
Siersbaek (Colorado)5818
Steenkamp (Rochester)7317
Berdusco (Montreal)6315
Biello (Montreal)6315
Barker (Montreal)5515
Boyd (Colorado)5515
Fry (Seattle)6214
Acosta (New York)5414
McCreath (Colorado)5414
Oliviero (Vancouver)5212
Leonetti (Seattle)5111
Lowe (Montreal)4311
Farrell (Seattle)3511
Tschantret (New York)2711
Desantis (Montreal)4210
Debrah (Rochester)4210
Marinaro (Rochester)2610
Carrington (New York)419
Fig (Colorado)419
Llamosa (New York)419
Jason Dunn (Seattle)248
Hooker (Colorado)408
Lujan (Colorado)248
Nash (Vancouver)248

Leading Goalies

Player (Team)GPMin.GAA
Ceccarelli (Montreal)2320700.70
Hahnemann (Seattle)2320700.91
Zaratin (New York)1412601.21
Dolan (Vancouver)2118491.33
Harrington (Colorado)2320691.35
Andracki (Rochester)2118711.67



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