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By Mark Dwyer and Mark Dwyer,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 13, 1997
ST. JOHN'S, Newfoundland -- Rookie goaltender Tom Askey turned aside 43 shots, but it wasn't enough as the St. John's Maple Leafs defeated the Baltimore Bandits, 4-2, in American Hockey League play last night.The Bandits remained four points ahead of the idle Carolina Monarchs for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Southern Conference.Askey, who spent the past four seasons in goal for the Ohio State Buckeyes, was brilliant from the opening whistle, stopping all 19 Leafs shots in the first period.
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October 2, 2002
BOYS Ambrose Wooden Gilman, football The All-Metro quarterback passed for 248 yards and touchdowns of 19, 28 and 45 yards, and rushed for 196 yards and two scores in Gilman's 48-45 win at Mount St. Joseph on Saturday. Wooden rushed for a 65-yard touchdown on the game's opening play, and ran for the game-winning 22-yard score with 1:14 to play. As a defensive back, he also made several key tackles. Wooden has rushed for 792 yards and 11 touchdowns and passed for 536 yards and seven touchdowns - this despite often being lifted in the third quarter of lopsided games.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | December 19, 1996
HERSHEY, Pa. -- To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of the Hersheypark Arena, it was "Cheap Goal Night" at "The Barn."Tom Askey had another big night in the net for the Bandits, the goals he allowed in his team's 3-2 victory resulting when he had trouble regaining the upright position after an excellent save, and on a play in which he had no chance.Meanwhile, all Bandits goals were of the suspect variety, especially in the eyes of the 5,029 patrons on hand who spent the evening giving the hometown goaltenders a tough time.
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By Ed Gonser and Ed Gonser,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 16, 1997
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- The Bandits, behind a 40-save performance by Tom Askey, pulled out a 4-1 victory over the Syracuse Crunch before 6,251 at the Onondaga County War Memorial last night."
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By Ed Gonser and Ed Gonser,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 16, 1997
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- The Bandits, behind a 40-save performance by Tom Askey, pulled out a 4-1 victory over the Syracuse Crunch before 6,251 at the Onondaga County War Memorial last night."
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1997
PHILADELPHIA -- Beating the Phantoms in the Spectrum this season has been roughly the equivalent of giving golfer Tiger Woods three strokes a side and making money.So, Tiger, double or nothing tomorrow?The Bandits fell two goals behind after a period. Perhaps the Phantoms thought they were on their way to a sixth consecutive win over the Bandits.What a surprise they had waiting.Three goals in the second period got the Bandits on top andthey held their slim advantage over the final 24 minutes to win, 3-2.The Phantoms had won five in a row. Their home record was 23-3-2.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | February 18, 1997
It was 48 days in coming and, understandably, the Bandits enjoyed every period, every minute, every second of their 5-0 crushing of the Adirondack Red Wings last night.When the final horn sounded, the team congregated around goalie Tom Askey, who turned in his first shutout as a pro. After all the back-slapping was done, the players left the ice -- slowly and reluctantly.The midwinter snooze by the Bandits had stretched to 10 games (0-8-2) at Baltimore Arena. The last time they raised their gloves in victory here was Dec. 30.Bobby Wren's two goals led the way.The Bandits broke away from a scoreless first period with three goals in the second.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 28, 1996
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- On A day when more Americans are traveling than on any other in the year, the Bandits found their particular travels to be most rewarding. They ended six weeks of road frustration last night by skating into the inhospitable Rochester War Memorial and emerging with a well-earned, 6-3 win over the Amerks.Newcomer Igor Nikulin scored twice for the Bandits, and goaltender Tom Askey, was strong in turning away 39 of 42 Rochester shots.Baltimore's last road win came on Oct. 13, the night of its 8-5 trouncing of the Bruins in Providence.
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October 2, 2002
BOYS Ambrose Wooden Gilman, football The All-Metro quarterback passed for 248 yards and touchdowns of 19, 28 and 45 yards, and rushed for 196 yards and two scores in Gilman's 48-45 win at Mount St. Joseph on Saturday. Wooden rushed for a 65-yard touchdown on the game's opening play, and ran for the game-winning 22-yard score with 1:14 to play. As a defensive back, he also made several key tackles. Wooden has rushed for 792 yards and 11 touchdowns and passed for 536 yards and seven touchdowns - this despite often being lifted in the third quarter of lopsided games.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 15, 1997
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Bandits got early first-period goals 14 seconds apart by Brian Corcoran and Nikolai Tsulygin, and rode that fast start last night to a 4-2 win over the Providence Bruins.Bandits goaltender Tom Askey made 42 saves. Baltimore took advantage of a flat-footed Bruins defense on each of the first goals.Both came off the sticks of Bandits defensemen, who were met with no resistance as they pinched in from the blue line.Corcoran scored at 4: 47 from the right circle, as he skated in to accept a nifty pass from Baltimore center Bob Wren.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 15, 1997
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Bandits got early first-period goals 14 seconds apart by Brian Corcoran and Nikolai Tsulygin, and rode that fast start last night to a 4-2 win over the Providence Bruins.Bandits goaltender Tom Askey made 42 saves. Baltimore took advantage of a flat-footed Bruins defense on each of the first goals.Both came off the sticks of Bandits defensemen, who were met with no resistance as they pinched in from the blue line.Corcoran scored at 4: 47 from the right circle, as he skated in to accept a nifty pass from Baltimore center Bob Wren.
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By Mark Dwyer and Mark Dwyer,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 13, 1997
ST. JOHN'S, Newfoundland -- Rookie goaltender Tom Askey turned aside 43 shots, but it wasn't enough as the St. John's Maple Leafs defeated the Baltimore Bandits, 4-2, in American Hockey League play last night.The Bandits remained four points ahead of the idle Carolina Monarchs for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Southern Conference.Askey, who spent the past four seasons in goal for the Ohio State Buckeyes, was brilliant from the opening whistle, stopping all 19 Leafs shots in the first period.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1997
PHILADELPHIA -- Beating the Phantoms in the Spectrum this season has been roughly the equivalent of giving golfer Tiger Woods three strokes a side and making money.So, Tiger, double or nothing tomorrow?The Bandits fell two goals behind after a period. Perhaps the Phantoms thought they were on their way to a sixth consecutive win over the Bandits.What a surprise they had waiting.Three goals in the second period got the Bandits on top andthey held their slim advantage over the final 24 minutes to win, 3-2.The Phantoms had won five in a row. Their home record was 23-3-2.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | February 18, 1997
It was 48 days in coming and, understandably, the Bandits enjoyed every period, every minute, every second of their 5-0 crushing of the Adirondack Red Wings last night.When the final horn sounded, the team congregated around goalie Tom Askey, who turned in his first shutout as a pro. After all the back-slapping was done, the players left the ice -- slowly and reluctantly.The midwinter snooze by the Bandits had stretched to 10 games (0-8-2) at Baltimore Arena. The last time they raised their gloves in victory here was Dec. 30.Bobby Wren's two goals led the way.The Bandits broke away from a scoreless first period with three goals in the second.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | December 21, 1996
PHILADELPHIA -- If there's something unlucky about the number 13, the Phantoms obviously don't know anything about it.Bidding for their 13th straight victory at home last night, the Flyers' farmhands made short work of the Bandits with a suffocating 7-3 triumph. It was easier than it sounds.Already three goals to the good after one period, Philly left little doubt as to its superiority on this occasion by outshooting the visitors 18-2 in the first 18 minutes of the second period.Fact is, the Phantoms could have played the period without a goalie and been none the worse for wear.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | December 19, 1996
HERSHEY, Pa. -- To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of the Hersheypark Arena, it was "Cheap Goal Night" at "The Barn."Tom Askey had another big night in the net for the Bandits, the goals he allowed in his team's 3-2 victory resulting when he had trouble regaining the upright position after an excellent save, and on a play in which he had no chance.Meanwhile, all Bandits goals were of the suspect variety, especially in the eyes of the 5,029 patrons on hand who spent the evening giving the hometown goaltenders a tough time.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | December 21, 1996
PHILADELPHIA -- If there's something unlucky about the number 13, the Phantoms obviously don't know anything about it.Bidding for their 13th straight victory at home last night, the Flyers' farmhands made short work of the Bandits with a suffocating 7-3 triumph. It was easier than it sounds.Already three goals to the good after one period, Philly left little doubt as to its superiority on this occasion by outshooting the visitors 18-2 in the first 18 minutes of the second period.Fact is, the Phantoms could have played the period without a goalie and been none the worse for wear.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | December 15, 1996
HERSHEY, Pa. -- Another solid, two-way effort was rewarded, and the Bandits' disastrous December was blunted some last night when they staged a gutsy comeback to tie the Hershey Bears, 3-3.The Bandits' losing streak of six seemed almost assured of being extended when they trailed by two goals before the first period was half over.Outmanned, but battling doggedly, mostly in their defensive end, the visitors got an acrobatic performance from rookie goalie Tom Askey (46 saves) and were within a goal of the Bears for more than two-thirds of the game.
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