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Q: Who was the fastest player to score 200 goals in there NHL career?
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How long is 4 score?

A score is 20, so four score is 80.

What is the fastest goal ever scored in the Barclays English Premier League or its predecessor Top Flight Football Leagues or Associations?

Alan Shearer scored the fastest ever Premiership goal, a goal on 10 seconds playing for Newcastle United of the Barclay's Premiere League.Ledley King of Tottenham Hotspur equaled this feat, scoring on 10 seconds in their 3-3 draw with Bradford in the 2000/01 season.The fastest goal in an FA Cup Final occurred on 30 May, 2009, in the FA Cup Final in front of a crowd of over 90,000 at New Wembley Stadium, London: Louis Saha scored for Everton v Chelsea on 25 seconds of the first half. Saha's goal for Everton is also one of the fastest on record in top-flight English football (The Football Association Barclay's English Premiere League from 20 February 1992) in all competitions. Drogba's equalizer for Chelsea at 22.40 of the first half of the 2009 Final also marks the fastest that both teams have scored in an FA Cup Final.Wayne Rooney scored a goal in 53 seconds!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Eric Cantona was the first player to score a hat-trick in the Premier League, when Leeds United beat Tottenham Hotspur 5-0 on August 15 1992.Efan Ekoku of Norwich City was the first player to score four goals in one Premier League match.Andy Cole was the first player to score five goals in a Premiership match, for Manchester United vs. Ipswich in the 1994/95 season. The final score was 9-0, which is also a Premiership record for the widest victory/defeat margin.Brian Deane scored the first ever Premiership goal, for Sheffield United vs. Manchester United on the opening day of the 1992/93 season.Les Ferdinand scored the Premiership's 10,000th goal in Tottenham Hotspur's 4-0 win over Fulham in December 2001.Manchester United's Ruud Van Nistlerooy holds the record for scoring in the most consecutive games. He scored in eight in a row during the 2001/02 season beating Mark Stein's record of seven set in the 1993/94 season whilst paying for Chelsea.Andy Turner became the youngest Premiership goal scorer when he netted for Tottenham Hotspur against Everton on September 5, 1992. He was aged just 17 years and 166 days.Jim Fryatt still holds the all-time fastest goal in English football at any level when he scored on 5 seconds on 25 April, 1964, playing in Division Four for Bradford Park Avenue v. Tranmere Rovers.Freddy Eastwood, playing in his League Four debut for Southend United v. Swansea City, scored his first League goal in his first League game on 7 seconds on 16 October, 2004.James Hayter, playing in League One football for AFC Bournemouth v. Wrexham on 23 February, 2004, scored the fastest hat trick (3 goals, without any other score on either side) in English football history, scoring all 3 goals within 2 minutes and 20 seconds. AFC Bournemouth defeated Wrexham 6-0.The fastest goal by a substitute was an astonishing 1.8 seconds after coming on by Nicklas Bendtner, playing in the Barclay's Premiere League for Arsenal v. Tottenham Hotspur, 22 December, 2007.

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The most common use of a triangular file in a chemistry laboratory is to score (scratch) and weaken small diameter glass tubing prior to breaking it. This makes the glass a) easier to break and b) more likely to break cleanly where the score is instead of randomly, leaving jagged edges. Pressure is applied on the OPPOSITE side of the score; remember to protect your hands with heavy gloves and/or a thick cloth.Large diameter tubing requires different methods; the "score and snap" technique tends not to work so well.

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