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The Skinny: Isles 5, Tampa Bay 3

"The Skinny"

By Eric Hornick

Eastern Conference Final Game 3
Isles 5, Tampa Bay 3
Tampa Bay leads best-of-7 series, 2-1
Brock Nelson converted a cross-ice pass from Anthony Beauvillier with 3:25 for the winning goal as the Islander earned a 5-3 win in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final at Rogers Place in Edmonton.  Tampa Bay still leads the series, 2 games to 1.

Adam Pelech gave the Islanders a 2-1 lead in the second period en route to a +4 evening; it was his first career playoff goal.

Game 4 is scheduled for 3:00 Eastern Time Sunday on NBC.

The Scoring: 
1st Period
Cal Clutterbuck (2) Ryan Pulock (8), Matt Martin (1) 12:58 TBL 0,NYI 1
Mikhail Sergachev (2) Yanni Gourde (5) 16:31 TBL 1,NYI 1

2nd Period
Adam Pelech (1) Jean-Gabriel Pageau (3), Mathew Barzal (10) 11:50 TBL 1,NYI 2
Anthony Beauvillier (9) Brock Nelson (9), Devon Toews (8) 13:50 TBL 1,NYI 3

3rd Period
Ondrej Palat (7) Nikita Kucherov (17), Mikhail Sergachev (5) 02:32 TBL 2,NYI 3 PPG
Tyler Johnson (4) Erik Cernak (3), Carter Verhaeghe (2) 12:04 TBL 3,NYI 3
Brock Nelson (8) Anthony Beauvillier (5), Josh Bailey (16) 16:35 TBL 3,NYI 4
Jean-Gabriel Pageau (8)EN Josh Bailey (17) 19:24 TBL 3,NYI 5

The Series (Tampa Bay leads, 2-1)
Game 1: Tampa Bay 8, Isles 2
Game 2: Tampa Bay 2, Isles 1
Game 3: Isles 5, Tampa Bay 3
Game 4: Sunday 3pm (NBC)
Game 5: Tuesday, September 15th  8pm (NBCSN)
Game 6: (if needed) Thursday, September 17th  8pm (NBCSN)
Game 7: (if needed) Saturday, September 19th  7:30pm (NBC)

The Skinny 
Each team scored twice in the third period; the Isles have allowed only four third period goals in their twelve wins this post-season and lead the NHL with 25 third period goals in this year's playoffs…Nick Leddy played his 45th playoff game as an Islander without being penalized, extending his own club record … As they did in both games 1-2, the Lightning dressed 11 forwards and seven defensemen… Casey Cizikas missed an Islander playoff game for the first time since he joined the team.  Casey and Matt Martin had played in every Isles playoff game since 2013…Martin had two hits to go along with his assist; he leads the playoffs with 90 hits (7 more than Ryan Reaves and Jamie Oleksiak).  Only eight NHLers have recorded 100 hits in a post-season…Brock Nelson recorded his third game-winning goal in this year's playoffs, joining Anthony Beauvillier as the only Islanders to do so since the Dynasty…Five misconduct penalties (3 to Tampa Bay) were assessed after Pageau's goal; in all 64 penalty minutes were assessed in the third period (37 to Tampa Bay)…The Isles' win snaps a 6-game playoff losing streak to Tampa…Adam Pelech is the sixth Islander defenseman to score this year (no other team has goals from more than 4 defensemen); it is the first time in Islander history that six d-men have scored a goal in a single playoff year…The Isles ended Victor Hedman's 4-game goal streak as he fell just one game shy of Paul Coffey's record for a defenseman….Nikita Kucherov recorded his 24th multi-point game, tying Martin St. Louis' club record…The Isles have scored 7 empty-net goals this summer (three more than they scored in  any other playoff year)

First Time in a Long Time (Playoffs)
Adam Pelech scored his first career playoff goal; he became the first Islander since Casey Cizikas (5-7-2013 vs. Pittsburgh) and the first Islander defenseman since Steve Konroyd (4-16-1987 vs. Washington) to record a +4 rating.
Matt Martin had his first playoff assist in his last 31 games (4-15-2017 for Toronto vs. Washington)
Josh Bailey recorded his league-leading 6th multi-assist game; he is the first NHLer to do so since Logan Couture also had six in 2016.
Semyon Varlamov recorded his 10th win this summer; he is the first Islander not named Billy Smith to do so (Smith did so in each year from 1980 to 1984).
The Isles won a game in Edmonton for the first time since Game 2 of the 1983 Final (0-3 vs. EDM in 1984 and 0-2 vs Tampa)
The Lightning allowed 5 goals for the first time since a season-ending 7-3 loss to Columbus (4-16-2019) that included three empty-net goals.
The Isles are within seven wins of the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1993, when they ended seven wins shy of Lord Stanley's trophy.

Late Game Ecstasy
One game after allowing Nikita Kucherov's to score the latest game-winner ever allowed by the Isles in a playoff game in regulation, Brock Nelson scored the latest playoff game-winner for the Isles in 18 years.  Nelson's goal (at 16:35) was the latest game-winner for the Isles since Shawn Bates scored on a penalty shot at 17:30 of the 3rd period on April 24, 2002.

Latest Game-Winning Goals in the Playoffs (Since 1980)
4/22/87 @ PHI Mikko Makela 19:57
4/14/85 Vs WSH Bryan Trottier 18:52
4/24/02 Vs.  TOR Shawn Bates 17:30
4/9/87 @ WSH Bryan Trottier 17:20
9/11/20 Vs (EDM)TB      Brock Nelson    16:35

A Special Summer
The Isles have won 12 games this summer. It is their most wins in a single post-season since the Dynasty Era:
1980 -15
1981 -15
1982 -15
1983 -15
1984 -12
2020 -12

This was the 19th game the Isles have played this summer, ranking tied-4th on the list of Games Played in a playoff year:
1980 – 21
1984 – 21
1983 – 20
2020 - 19
1982 – 19
1981 – 19
1993 - 18 
1975 – 17 

Matt Joins the Club
Matt Martin is only the 7th Islander in the last 27 years to score 5 goals in a playoff year.
Anthony Beauvillier 9 (2020) 
Jean-Gabriel Pageau 8 (2020)
Brock Nelson 8 (2020)
Anders Lee 7 (2020)
John Tavares 6 (2016)
Mathew Barzal 5 (2020)
Matt Martin 5 (2020)

The Isles are the first team in this year's playoffs to have six players with at least five goals.

Pageau, Pageau, JG Pageau
JG Pageau has 20 goals in 54 career Stanley Cup games. Among active players who have played 54 or fewer games, only Jake Guentzel has scored more goals:
Jake Guentzel 25 goals in 45 games
JG Pageau 20 goals in 54 games
Nathan MacKinnon 20 goals in 40 games
David Pastrnak 20 goals in 52 games
Bobby Ryan 19 goals in 50 games
Mark Stone 17 goals in 52 games
Jamie Benn 17 goals in 51 games

Pageau's 8 playoff goals this summer are tied-4th highest in a player's first playoff with the Isles:
Ray Ferraro 13 (1993)
Steve Thomas 9 (1993)
Patrick Flatley 9 (1984)
JG Pageau 8 (2020)
JP Parise 8 (1975)

Lucky 13
Scott Mayfield was +2 and improves to +13 while JG Pageau was +2 to reach +12.

No Isle has finished a playoff year higher than +6 (Benoit Hogue in 1993) in the Post-Cup era. Denis Potvin (team-leading +20) was one of five Isles +16 or better in 1983.

Mayfield is one of only three players in NHL +13 or better  while Pageau is one of only six that are +12 or better (Victor Hedman +14, Nathan McKinnon +13, , Cole Makar +12,  Nikita Kucherov +12)

Beau and Friends
Anthony Beauvillier has nine goals this summer, leaving him tied-second in goals by an Islander in a single post-season in the Post-Cup Era.
Ray Ferraro 13 (1993)
Steve Thomas 9 (1993)
Anthony Beauvillier 9 (2020) 
JG Pageau 8 (2020)
Brock Nelson 8 (2020)
Bryan Trottier 8 (1987)
Anders Lee 7 (2020)

Hey, Josh Bailey
Josh Bailey now has seventeen assists this summer, the most assists by an Islander in a single post-season in the Post-Cup Era (and the most since Bob Bourne had 20 in 1983).
Josh Bailey 17 (2020) 
Derek King 11 (1993)
Mathew Barzal 10 (2020)
Jordan Eberle 9 (2020)
Brock Nelson 9 (2020)
Ryan Pulock 8 (2020)
Devon Toews 8 (2020)
Steve Thomas 8 (1993)
Pat LaFontaine 8 (1987)
John Tonelli 8 (1985)

Islander Royalty
Bailey has six multi-assist games this year, joining this list of Islander Royalty:
Bryan Trottier 7 (1982)
Denis Potvin 6 (1981)
Josh Bailey 6 (2020)

Bailey also is the first non-Dynasty Islander with 17 assists in a playoff year:
Bryan Trottier 23(1982)
Bob Bourne 20 (1983)
Mike Bossy 18 (1981)
Bryan Trottier 18 (1981)
Josh Bailey 17 (2020)
Denis Potvin 17 (1981)
Bryan Trottier 17 (1980)

Hey, Josh Bailey II
Bailey now has 19 points this summer, moving him within one point of Ray Ferraro for the highest total by an Islander in a single post-season in the Post-Cup Era.
Ray Ferraro 20 (1993)
Josh Bailey 19 (2020) 
Brock Nelson 17 (2020) 
Steve Thomas 17 (1993)
Mathew Barzal 15 (2020)
Derek King 14 (1993)

Thanks for the Help
Ryan Pulock and Devon Toews each have eight assists this summer, the most by an Islander defenseman in a single post-season in the Post-Cup Era.
Ryan Pulock 8 (2020) 
Devon Toews 8 (2020)
Roman Hamrlik 6 (2002)
Dennis Vaske 6 (1993)
Vladimir Malakhov 6 (1993)

Brock Best
Brock Nelson now has 15 playoff goals for the Islanders, more than any Isles in the 2000s:
Brock Nelson 15
John Tavares 11
Josh Bailey 10
Anthony Beauvillier 10

Coming Up Big
Brock Nelson now has five career game-winning goals in the playoffs; the other 9 Isles with at least 5 GWGs combined for 38 Stanley Cup rings.

Final Four!
The Isles have advanced to the conference final for the first time since 1993.  This ends the longest gap between conference final appearances in NHL history.

Longest Playoff Shutout Streaks by a Goalie:
Semyon Varlamov 138:17 (8/20-8/26/2020)
Billy Smith  136:59 (4/11-4/16/1980)
Robin Lehner 123:29 (4/16-4/26/2019)
The Isles' team shutout record in post-season play is 182:50, set in April 1979 (all vs. Chicago).

Facing Tampa
This is the 3rd meeting of the Isles and Tampa Bay in the playoffs; the Lightning have won the two previous series (2004 Conference Quarter-Final and 2016 Round 2), each in five games.  

Barry and Al
Barry Trotz is only the 2nd coach to lead the Isles to multiple series wins, joining Al Arbour.  Terry Simpson and Jack Capuano are the only other coaches to lead the Isles to a playoff series victory.

Lou and Bill
Lou Lamoriello has won 29 playoff series as a General Manager, passing Bill Torrey for second place on the all-time list. Glen Sather has 41 wins.

Overtime is Our Time
The Isles are 35-20 (.636) all-time in overtime, including 19-11 (.633) at home. Both percentages are 2nd-best (to Tampa Bay) in NHL history. The Isles are 1-3 in overtime this season; they have gone 6-7 in thirteen overtime games since 2015.

Overtime vs. Tampa Bay
The Isles are 0-3 all-time in playoff overtime games vs. Tampa Bay:

04/16/04 @ Martin St. Louis L TB 00:04:07
05/03/16 Vs Brian Boyle L TB 00:02:48 (Brooklyn)
05/06/16 Vs Jason Garrison L TB 00:01:34 (Brooklyn)

Lead/Tie/Trailed
Game 1: Led: 0:00, Tied: 4:53, Trailed: 55:07 
Game 2: Led: 17:01, Tied:42:50, Trailed: 0:09
Game 3:Led 27:12, Tied: 32:48, Trailed: 0:00
Series:    Led: 44:13, Tied:80:31, Trailed: 55:16

Vs Florida:  Led: 120:01, Tied: 58:56,  Trailed 61:03
Vs. Washington  Led  130:12, Tied 120:32, Trailed: 53:44
Vs. Philadelphia:   Led: 180:45, Tied: 190:22,  Trailed: 98:57 

Playoffs All-Time
The Isles improve to 160-131 in 291 all-time playoff games.  They are 90-48 at home (including 2-5 at Barclays, 5-2 in Toronto and 1-0 in Edmonton) and 70-83 on the road. In this year's playoffs, the Isles are 6-2 when they are the home team (5-2 in Toronto and 1-0 in Edmonton) and 6-5 when they are the road team (6-3 in Toronto and 0-2 in Edmonton).

A Winning Summer
With a record of 12-7 in the playoffs, the Isles are guaranteed to win more games than they lost for the first time in the post-Cup era.  It is the most games the Isles have won in the playoffs since 1984, when they also won 12.

Coach Trotz
Barry Trotz is second among active coaches, trailing only Joel Quenneville, in both wins and games. Trotz' NHL record is 845-618-60-151 in 1,674 games and will begin next season just five wins shy of supplanting Ken Hitchcock as the 3rd-winningest coach in NHL history.

Most Coaching Wins
1. Scotty Bowman  1,244
2. Joel Quenneville  925
3. Ken Hitchcock    849
4. Barry Trotz    845
5. Al Arbour    782

Most Games Coached
1. Scotty Bowman   2,141
2. Joel Quenneville 1,705
3. Barry Trotz        1,674
4. Al Arbour 1,607 

Coach Trotz (Playoffs)
Barry Trotz has now coached 140 playoff games (71-69).  His 140 games are 13th (3 behind Peter Laviolette) while his 71 wins are 15th all time (4 behind Laviolette).  Trotz won the Stanley Cup with Washington in 2018; Joel Quenneville (3) and Mike Sullivan (2) are the only active coaches with multiple Stanley Cups.

Most playoff wins by Islander coaches:
Al Arbour 119
Barry Trotz 16
Jack Capuano 10
Terry Simpson 9
Peter Laviolette 4
Ted Nolan 1
Steve Stirling 1

Most playoff games coached (Islanders):
Al Arbour 198
Barry Trotz 27
Jack Capuano 24
Terry Simpson 20
Peter Laviolette 12
Steve Stirling 5
Ted Nolan 5

Most overtime wins/overtime record:
Al Arbour 26 (26-9)
Jack Capuano 4 (4-5)
Terry Simpson 3 (3-0)
Barry Trotz 2 (2-4)
Peter Laviolette 0 (0-1)
Steve Stirling 0 (0-1)

Most game 7 wins/game seven record)
Al Arbour 4 (2-2)
Terry Simpson 2 (1-1)
Barry Trotz 1 (1-0)
Jack Capuano 1 (0-1)
Peter Laviolette 0 (0-1)

Most playoff series wins:
Al Arbour 29
Barry Trotz 4
Jack Capuano 1
Terry Simpson 1

First Things First
The Isles are 8-3 when scoring first and are 4-4 when allowing the first goal in the playoffs.

The Shots
Isles      16-10-10=36
Tampa Bay   14-11-12=37

Shots by Game
Game 1: Isles 25, Tampa Bay 34
Game 2: Isles 28, Tampa Bay 21
Game 3: Isles 36, Tampa Bay 37
Series:  Isles 89, Tampa Bay 92
Vs. Florida: Isles 122, Florida 103
Vs. Washington: Isles 136, Washington 124
Vs. Philadelphia: Isles 236, Philadelphia 204
Playoffs: Isles 583, Opponents 523

The Isles are 7-3 when they outshoot their opponents, 2-2 when the shots are even and 32 when they are outshot. 

In the Nets
Semyon Varlamov made 34 saves to improve to 10-5 in this year's playoffs and 23-18 in his career. 
Andrei Vasilevskiy made 31 saves but falls to 12-4 in this year's playoffs and 27-19 in his career.

Power Plays
The Isles were 0-2 on the power play in 4:00 of PP time; Tampa Bay was 1-1 on the power play in 0:39 of PP time.

Power Plays by Game
Game 1: Isles 1-5 (9:44, 10 shots), Tampa Bay 3-6 (7:07,12 shots)
Game 2: Isles 0-4 (10:22, 13 shots), Tampa Bay 0-3 (6:00, 4 shots)
Game 3: Isles 0-2 (4:00, 2 shots), Tampa Bay 1-1 (0:39, 1 shot)
Series: Isles 1-11 (24:06, 25 shots), Tampa Bay 4-10 (13:46,17 shots)
Vs. Florida: Isles 4-16 (23:55; 15 shots), Florida 4-14 (16:51, 21 shots)
Vs. Washington: Isles 2-22 (34:26, 29 shots), Washington 4-18 (24:57, 20 shots)
Vs. Philadelphia: Isles 4-21 (37:06, 33 shots), Philadelphia 0-13 (24:09, 11 shots)
Playoffs:  Power Play: 11-70 (121:33, 102 shots), Penalty Kill 12-55 (79:43, 69 shots)

Three is a Magic Number
The Isles are 10-3 in the playoffs (109-0 in regulation and 0-3 in overtime) when they score at least three goals and 2-4 when they do not. 

Shutting the Door
The Isles are 11-1 when allowing two or fewer goals in this year's playoffs.  

One Goal Games
The Isles are 3-6 in the playoffs in one-goal games (2-3 in regulation and 1-3 in overtime). The Isles are 1-0 in playoff games where an empty-net goal turns a 1-goal game into a 2-goal game.

Ice-time Leaders
Isles: Scott Mayfield (22:05);  Tampa Bay: Victor Hedman (23:23)
Brock Nelson led Isles forwards with 19:25 of ice-time 
Isles record by ice-time leader: Adam Pelech (6-1), Mathew Barzal (2-1), Nick Leddy (1-1), Ryan Pulock (1-3), Scott Mayfield (2-0), Devon Toews (0-1).

Face-offs
Isles 27, Tampa Bay 38 (42%)  

JG Pageau won 11 of 21 for the Isles; Mitchell Stephens won 9 of 11 for Tampa Bay.  

Face-offs by Game
Game 1: Isles 28, Tampa Bay 26 (52%)
Game 2: Isles 30, Tampa Bay 24 (56%)
Game 3: Isles 27, Tampa Bay 38 (42%)  
Series: Isles 85, Tampa Bay 88 (49%)
Vs. Florida:  Isles 106, Florida 127 (45%)
Vs. Washington: Isles 156, Washington 122 (56%)
Vs. Tampa Bay: Isles 198, Philadelphia 216 (48%)
Playoffs: Isles 543, Opponents 553 (50%)

Hit Count
Isles 44 (Leo Komarov -7)
Tampa Bay 62 (Cedric Paquette and Barclay Goodrow -7)

Hits Game by Game:
Game 1: Isles 44, Tampa Bay 34
Game 2: Isles 53, Tampa Bay 44
Game 3: Isles 44, Tampa Bay 62
Series: Isles 141, Tampa Bay 140
Vs. Florida:  Isles 128, Florida 124
Vs. Washington: Isles 194, Washington 177
Vs. Philadelphia: Isles 310, Philadelphia 290
Playoffs: Isles 773, Opponents 731

Fights
Matt Martin fought Barclay Goodrow in the final minute; several other altercations were not recorded as fights. Playoff total -4  (Lee -1, Pageau -1, Martin 2)

Blocked Shots
Isles 25 (Nick Leddy -4)
Tampa Bay 14 (Cedric Paquette and Barclay Goodrow -3)

For the Analytics Crowd 
Corsi: All situations: Isles 58, Tampa Bay 77 
Corsi: 5-on-5 Isles 48, Tampa Bay 69

5-on-5 leaders:
Isles:  JG Pageau +6
Tampa Bay: Anthony Cirelli and Nikita Kucherov +22

Corsi Game by Game:
Game 1 (All) Isles 43, Tampa Bay 47;  (5-on-5) Isles 24, Tampa Bay 28
Game 2 (All) Isles 59, Tampa Bay 49;  (5-on-5) Isles 33, Tampa Bay 38
Game 3 (All) Isles 58, Tampa Bay 77;  (5-on-5) Isles 48, Tampa Bay 69
Series: (All) Isles 160, Tampa Bay 173;  (5-on-5) Isles 105, Tampa Bay 135
Vs Florida (All) Isles 226, Florida 224;  (5-on-5) Isles 174, Florida 168
Vs Washington: (All) Isles 260, Washington 294; (5-on-5) Isles 190, Washington 212
Series: (All) Isles 453, Philadelphia 454;  (5-on-5) Isles 382, Philadelphia 412
Playoffs (All)  Isles 1099, Opponent 1143; (5-on-5) Isles 851, Opponent 927

Scratches
(Casey Cizikas), Andrew Ladd, Ross Johnston, Johnny Boychuk, Tom Kuhnhackl, Noah Dobson, Otto Koivula, Thomas Hickey, Sebastian Aho, Christopher Gibson
Playoff games lost: 6. 

Post-Season Late Heroes (Final Two Minutes of Regulation, or Overtime)
Mathew Barzal – Game 3 vs. Washington (8/18/20) – 4:28 of OT

Post-Season Late Goals Allowed
Philippe Myers – Game 2 vs. Philadelphia (8/26/20) – 2:41 of OT
Scott Laughton – Game 5 vs. Philadelphia (9/1/20) – 12:20 of OT
Ivan Provorov – Game 6 vs. Philadelphia (9/3/20) – 35:03 of OT
Nikita Kucherov – Game 2 vs Tampa Bay (9/9/20) – 19:51 of 3rd

Playoff Challenges
None

Active Islander Playoff Leaders: (As NYI)
Games:
Matt Martin 51
Casey Cizikas 50
Josh Bailey 49
Nick Leddy 45
Brock Nelson 45

Consecutive Games
Matt Martin 51
Nick Leddy 45
Brock Nelson 40

Goals:
Brock Nelson 15
Josh Bailey 10
Anthony Beauvillier 10
Anders Lee 8
Jordan Eberle 8
JG Pageau 8
Mathew Barzal 7
Matt Martin 6
Cal Clutterbuck 6
Nick Leddy 5

Assists:
Josh Bailey 26
Mathew Barzal 15
Jordan Eberle 14
Brock Nelson 13
Devon Toews 12
Nick Leddy 11
Ryan Pulock 11

Points:
Josh Bailey 36
Brock Nelson 26
Jordan Eberle 22
Mathew Barzal 22
Nick Leddy 16
Anthony Beauvillier 16
Anders Lee 14

Penalty Minutes:
Matt Martin 64
Cal Clutterbuck 54
Casey Cizikas 42

PP Goals
Mathew Barzal 3
Anders Lee 3
Josh Bailey 2
Anthony Beauvillier 2
Jordan Eberle 2
Brock Nelson 2 
Ryan Pulock 2
Devon Toews 1
Nick Leddy 1

SH Goals
Josh Bailey 1
 
GW Goals
Brock Nelson 5
Anthony Beauvillier 3
Jordan Eberle 2
Josh Bailey 2
Thomas Hickey 1
Mathew Barzal 1
Leo Komarov 1
Andy Greene 1
Scott Mayfield 1

OT Goals 
Josh Bailey 1
Mathew Barzal 1
Thomas Hickey 1

Goaltending
Thomas Greiss  7-8  2.41 GAA, .921 save percentage
Semyon Varlamov 10-4 2.26 GAA, .914 save percentage

Up Next
CONFERENCE FINALS - GAME 4 – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th – 3:00pm 
ISLANDERS VS. TAMPA BAY (AT EDMONTON)  
[NBC- channel 4, 88.7 WRHU-FM, WRCN 103.9FM, ESPN-Radio; 30-minute pre-game and expanded post-game on MSG+]

The Islanders will look to even the series as they play game 4 in Edmonton.

The Lightning are 9-3 all-time when leading a series 2-1; the Isles are 4-12 all-time when dropping two of the first 3 inf a best-of-7.  The last Islander series win when trailing 1-2 was in 1993 vs. Pittsburgh (0-6 since then).  

Doc Emrick is expected to call this game, and all remaining games the Isles play this summer for NBC. Emrick last called an Islander playoff game in 2015.


Eric Hornick has been the statistician on Islander home game telecasts since January 21, 1982. Information contained in "The Skinny" has been gathered from various sources.  Follow Eric @ehornick on Twitter & on his blog www.nyiskinny.com.



Forever1940 is the nom de plume of Eric Hornick, statistician on Islander home telecasts since January 21, 1982. Visit my blog: NYISkinny.com and follow me on Twitter @ehornick

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