outskate

outskate

(ˌaʊtˈskeɪt)
vb (tr)
to skate better than
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Do you ever have to hold back so it doesn't look like you're trying to outskate the team?
Hartmann said: "We need to get in better shape and as soon as we do that I'm confident we can outskate any team, especially in our rink.
As her drawing nears completion, her sing-song phrase is loud and clear: "Skate, skate, skate, catch me if you can, I'll outskate you like I did the old man.
Robitaille knows he can't outskate time, but he'd still like to try.
2) The Sharks' Benn Ferriero, left, tries to outskate Portland's Nathan Gerbe.
1 -- color) The fresher Kings didn't outskate Nashville on Tuesday night, as Bryan Smolinski, center, finds out while battling for the puck.
BOSTON - They can score, they can defend, they backcheck, they forecheck, they hit you, and they outskate you.
But as fast as he is he can't outskate the worrisome rumors that he has ties to the Russian Mafia.
Oilers won't be able to outskate talented Avalanche.
For the 16-year-old Kwan, it started as a girl trying to outskate her siblings.