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March 29, 1995
Opponent: Tampa Bay LightningSite: ThunderDome, St. Petersburg, Fla.Time: 7:30TV/Radio: Ch. 20/WMAL (630 AM)Outlook: The Capitals, 12-12-7 and in a tight race for the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference standings, are 9-2-2 in their past 13 games, but 0-1-1 in their past two. D Calle Johansson returns to the lineup after missing two games with the flu. In Tampa Bay, the Caps face a team that is on a mini-hot streak, having won three of its past four games....
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October 15, 2013
Email rec sports copy to howardcountysports@patuxent.com by 9 a.m. on Monday. When two Howard County teams play, players from both teams (first and last names) must be mentioned in the write-up. Soccer The Howard County based Baltimore Bays Chelsea Lightning U11 girls were crowned champions of the Whitewater Cup Soccer Tournament over the Columbus Day weekend in Wilkes-Barre, PA. The team went undefeated in the premier division, earning three victories by the scores of 6-0, 3-0 and 5-2. Team members include Catie Toler, Sarah Lathrop, Yoshiko Slater, Minnah Uddin, Samantha Guchhait, Camryn Johnson, Amanda Silver, Katherin Parris, Madeline Florenzo, Tegan Swope, Trinity Yang, Layla Hamro and Taylor Lau. The team is coached by Chris Swope. 
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SPORTS
January 15, 1995
BaseballTexas Rangers -- Announced that they will not offer contracts to P Kevin Brown, P Jay Howell, OF Chris James and OF Gary Redus.CollegeBall State -- Announced the resignation of assistant football coach Mike Haywood to take a similar position at Louisiana State.Missouri -- Declared senior F Marlo Finner (3.7 ppg) academically ineligible.UCLA -- Announced that junior G Marquis Burns (1.8 ppg) plansto transfer.FootballJacksonville Jaguars -- Named Kevin Gilbride offensivecoordinator and quarterbacks coach.
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By Neil Milbert and Neil Milbert,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | May 25, 2004
CHICAGO - By going to the Stanley Cup Finals, the Tampa Bay Lightning and Calgary Flames offer evidence that signing high-salaried free agents isn't necessarily the way to go. Both finalists began the season with low-budget payrolls. On the NHL's 30-team salary scale, the Lightning was 21st at $33,535,379 and the Flames were 19th at $35,247,950. And Calgary's figure is somewhat misleading because $7.5 million went to Jarome Iginla. Meanwhile, the Lightning and Flames are classic examples of building a strong core group through the draft and then enhancing the nucleus by making good trades and picking up productive free agents.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 19, 1992
Veteran defenseman Rod Langway is staying with the Washington Capitals and right wing Tim Bergland is going to the expansion Tampa Bay Lightning along with defenseman Shawn Chambers.That was the story for the Capitals last night, as the expansion draft to stock the Lightning and the Ottawa Senators was held in Montreal.Langway, one of 17 Washington players available in the draft, had said he would retire if chosen by Tampa Bay or Ottawa.Capitals general manager David Poile said last night he was delighted that Langway, 35, would be back for an 11th season with the team.
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November 23, 1994
BaseballCalifornia Angels -- Sent P Joe Grahe and OF Steve Hosey outright to Triple-A Vancouver.Chicago Cubs -- Claimed P Bryan Hickerson off waivers from the San Francisco Giants.Florida Marlins -- Sent IF Ramon Martinez outright to Triple-A Charlotte.Houston Astros -- Named Tal Smith president. Agreed to terms with 1B Jeff Bagwell on a four-year contract.Kansas City Royals -- Named Greg Luzinski hitting coach.Philadelphia Phillies -- Placed P Tom Edens on waivers for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Writer | March 14, 1995
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Lightning is having trouble striking once in the same place, so red-hot Washington Capitals goalie Jim Carey had little trouble keeping his unbeaten record intact last night at the ThunderDome.The Capitals didn't do very much either, but Carey -- who was named NHL Player of the Week yesterday -- shut out the Lightning, 3-0, to improve his record to 6-0-1 since moving into the net March 2.That alone was enough to maintain the momentum that the Caps have gathered during a six-week stretch in which they have the best record in the Eastern Conference (6-1-4)
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By Neil Milbert and Neil Milbert,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | May 25, 2004
CHICAGO - By going to the Stanley Cup Finals, the Tampa Bay Lightning and Calgary Flames offer evidence that signing high-salaried free agents isn't necessarily the way to go. Both finalists began the season with low-budget payrolls. On the NHL's 30-team salary scale, the Lightning was 21st at $33,535,379 and the Flames were 19th at $35,247,950. And Calgary's figure is somewhat misleading because $7.5 million went to Jarome Iginla. Meanwhile, the Lightning and Flames are classic examples of building a strong core group through the draft and then enhancing the nucleus by making good trades and picking up productive free agents.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 4, 2004
WASHINGTON - Washington Capitals rookie goaltender Maxime Ouellet sat in front of his locker last night, a soft, boyish smile all over his face. The rookie - called up from the minors Saturday and told just yesterday morning he would start against the Southeast Division-leading Tampa Bay Lightning - had just made 38 saves and anchored the Capitals' 2-1 victory. "We played good," said Ouellet, 22, who had a 2-0 lead on goals by Jeff Halpern and Anson Carter going into the third period. "I just had to make the first save and then the guys took away the rebounds.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | January 10, 2003
There was no big team meeting. No finger-pointing. No big speech from the coach. But over the past five weeks, the Washington Capitals have methodically turned their season around and positioned themselves near the top of the Southeast Division just in time to start the second-half drive to the playoffs. The turning point came after back-to-back losses at Atlanta and Pittsburgh, Dec. 1 and 3. The usually confident owner, Ted Leonsis, said his team was unorganized and dispassionate. There had been moments earlier in the season when he had joked, "I want my money back!"
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1997
Four years ago, Lauren Gray had to tuck her long auburn hair under her helmet and endure stares from her male teammates just to play ice hockey.Not any more. Lauren is the youngest player and one of two skaters from Columbia on the Chesapeake Bay Lightning, a local ice hockey club composed entirely of women."I think it's great," says Lauren, 15, who lives in Columbia. "I started out with figure skating, but I'm just not very graceful. I thought it [ice hockey] was cool because of the physicalness."
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December 23, 1996
Opponent: Tampa Bay LightningSite: Ice Palace, Tampa, Fla.Time: 7: 30TV/Radio: None/WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: Washington (14-18-2) continues to reel, now 2-9-1 in its last 12 games after a 4-3 loss Saturday in Boston. The Capitals are 11-3-5 overall against the Lightning, including a 6-2 win Oct. 11 at USAir Arena (in which Caps center Michal Pivonka scored twice) and a 2-1 triumph Nov. 6 at the Ice Palace. Washington's last six games have been decided by one goal or less. Tampa Bay (11-18-3)
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Writer | March 14, 1995
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Lightning is having trouble striking once in the same place, so red-hot Washington Capitals goalie Jim Carey had little trouble keeping his unbeaten record intact last night at the ThunderDome.The Capitals didn't do very much either, but Carey -- who was named NHL Player of the Week yesterday -- shut out the Lightning, 3-0, to improve his record to 6-0-1 since moving into the net March 2.That alone was enough to maintain the momentum that the Caps have gathered during a six-week stretch in which they have the best record in the Eastern Conference (6-1-4)
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