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By James H. Jackson | February 8, 1991
The Washington Capitals recalled right wing Tim Bergland from the Baltimore Skipjacks yesterday in time for tonight's game against the Edmonton Oilers at the Capital Centre.Bergland's recall was necessitated by an injury to rookie right wing Reggie Savage in practice at the Mount Vernon rink. Savage, who was called up from Baltimore on Monday and played in one game, will be out indefinitely, said Capitals general manager David Poile.This is Bergland's second stint with the Capitals. He began the season with Washington, and had a goal and four assists in 24 games.
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October 24, 2003
On October 21, 2003 OLIVIA EDGERLY FRICK ROBINSON; beloved wife of the late W. Champlin Robinson; devoted mother of Pamela Robinson Houston and W. Champlin Robinson, III; loving sister to William Frick; cherished grandmother of Pamela Bergland Nolen, Susan M. and John M. Bergland, IV, David C. and Mark A. Robinson. Also survived by two great grandchildren, Carolyn and Catherine Bergland. A Memorial Services will be held at Brightwood, 100 Brightwood Club Dr., (Lutherville) on Saturday, October 25 at 11:30 A.M. In lieu of flowers contributions to a charity of your choice.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 18, 1992
Defenseman Rod Langway, 35, and right wing Tim Bergland, 27, might not be with the Washington Capitals by late tonight.They top a list of 17 players the Caps have made available to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Ottawa Senators in the NHL expansion draft, which starts at 6 p.m. in Montreal.Washington figures to lose one defenseman and one forward in the draft. The expansion teams will get 20 players each. The current 22 NHL teams are allowed to protect 14 of their forwards and defensemen and two goaltenders.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 14, 1999
In celebration of Women's Month, the work of Baltimore artists Nancy Linden and Christy Bergland is on display through March 27 in the Pascal Center for the Performing Arts at Anne Arundel Community College.The exhibit, "Awaiting Persephone," takes its name from "Winter Farm -- Awaiting Persephone," a Bergland painting that captures the late-winter barrenness of a farm where four pigs, their snouts earth-stained, root in the soil for signs of spring.Bergland paints landscapes that extend boundaries and seem both natural and surrealistic, while Linden's subjects are women of different ages, sizes and colors who share a common strength needed to survive.
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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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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 18, 1992
Veteran defenseman Rod Langway and right wing Tim Bergland might not be with the Washington Capitals by late tonight. They top a list of 17 players the Caps have made available in the NHL expansion draft, which starts at 6 p.m. in Montreal.The Tampa Bay Lightning and the Ottawa Senators will stock their teams with at 6 p.m. in Montreal. Langway, 35, and Bergland, 27, top a list of 17 players the Capitals have made available to the two expansion teams.Washington figures to lose one defenseman and one forward in the draft.
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By James H. Jackson | January 5, 1991
The Baltimore Skipjacks ran their unbeaten streak to four last night by defeating the Newmarket Saints, 7-4, before 4,295 at the Baltimore Arena.The victory, Baltimore's third plus a tie in the past four games, pulled the second-place Skipjacks within one point of the Rochester Americans in the American Hockey League's Southern Division. Rochester lost to the Springfield Indians, 5-4.Tim Bergland, assigned to Baltimore by the Washington Capitals on Thursday, paid dividends quickly by scoring two goals and assisting on another.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 14, 1999
In celebration of Women's Month, the work of Baltimore artists Nancy Linden and Christy Bergland is on display through March 27 in the Pascal Center for the Performing Arts at Anne Arundel Community College.The exhibit, "Awaiting Persephone," takes its name from "Winter Farm -- Awaiting Persephone," a Bergland painting that captures the late-winter barrenness of a farm where four pigs, their snouts earth-stained, root in the soil for signs of spring.Bergland paints landscapes that extend boundaries and seem both natural and surrealistic, while Linden's subjects are women of different ages, sizes and colors who share a common strength needed to survive.
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October 24, 2003
On October 21, 2003 OLIVIA EDGERLY FRICK ROBINSON; beloved wife of the late W. Champlin Robinson; devoted mother of Pamela Robinson Houston and W. Champlin Robinson, III; loving sister to William Frick; cherished grandmother of Pamela Bergland Nolen, Susan M. and John M. Bergland, IV, David C. and Mark A. Robinson. Also survived by two great grandchildren, Carolyn and Catherine Bergland. A Memorial Services will be held at Brightwood, 100 Brightwood Club Dr., (Lutherville) on Saturday, October 25 at 11:30 A.M. In lieu of flowers contributions to a charity of your choice.
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January 9, 1992
Baseball4Utah Pioneers (PSFL) -- Named John D'Ottavio coach.HockeyToronto Maple Leafs -- Recalled F Kevin McClelland from St. John's (AHL).Washington Capitals -- Sent C Tim Bergland to Baltimore (AHL) on a 2-week reconditioning assignment.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 13, 1994
LANDOVER -- It should have been billed as "Meet the New Capitals Night."At least that's the way it seemed. Washington took full advantage of having a playoff spot in hand and defenseman Todd Nelson, called up from Portland just six hours before last night's game, made a lasting impression.Nelson, 24, scored his first NHL goal and it was a special one.Not only was it the game-winner in a 4-3 win over the Winnipeg Jets, but in the end, it meant the Caps clinched seventh place in the Eastern Division and assured them of a first-round date with the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup playoffs, which begin Sunday.
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March 18, 1994
Opponent: Dallas StarsSite: Reunion Arena, DallasTime: 8:35TV: Channel 20Radio: WITH (1230 AM), WMAL (630 AM)Outlook: The Capitals ended a six-game winless streak with Tuesday's 5-4 overtime victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Stars have the third best record in the Western Conference, but are 1-4-2 in their past seven. This will be their first game since they were shut out by New Jersey on Sunday. The Stars are led by Mike Modano, who has a career-high 40 goals. Dallas G Andy Moog hasn't won in four starts.
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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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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 18, 1992
Veteran defenseman Rod Langway and right wing Tim Bergland might not be with the Washington Capitals by late tonight. They top a list of 17 players the Caps have made available in the NHL expansion draft, which starts at 6 p.m. in Montreal.The Tampa Bay Lightning and the Ottawa Senators will stock their teams with at 6 p.m. in Montreal. Langway, 35, and Bergland, 27, top a list of 17 players the Capitals have made available to the two expansion teams.Washington figures to lose one defenseman and one forward in the draft.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 18, 1992
Defenseman Rod Langway, 35, and right wing Tim Bergland, 27, might not be with the Washington Capitals by late tonight.They top a list of 17 players the Caps have made available to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Ottawa Senators in the NHL expansion draft, which starts at 6 p.m. in Montreal.Washington figures to lose one defenseman and one forward in the draft. The expansion teams will get 20 players each. The current 22 NHL teams are allowed to protect 14 of their forwards and defensemen and two goaltenders.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Evening Sun Staff | January 15, 1992
For the Skipjacks, it's either feast or famine. After nearly a month of famine, the team appears to have begun another feast.Baltimore's unbeaten streak stretched to three games last night with a 5-3 victory over the Moncton Hawks at the Arena as the Skipjacks scored three final-period goals.The victory was the second straight at home for the Skipjacks, who moved into a first-place tie in the AHL's Southern Division with the idle Utica Devils.Tim Bergland was the chief architect of the Baltimore victory, with two goals and two assists, including the goal that broke a 3-3 tie at 18 minutes, 13 seconds of the third period.
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By James H. Jackson | January 15, 1992
For the Baltimore Skipjacks, it's either feast or famine. After nearly a month of famine, the Skipjacks appear to have begun another feast.Baltimore's unbeaten streak stretched to three games last night with a 5-3 victory over the Moncton Hawks at the Baltimore Arena as the Skipjacks rallied with three third-period goals.The victory was the second straight at home for the Skipjacks, who moved into a first-place tie in the AHL Southern Division with the idle Utica Devils.Tim Bergland was the chief architect of the Baltimore victory, with two goals and two assists, including the goal that broke a 3-3 tie at 18:13 of the final period.
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By James H. Jackson | January 15, 1992
For the Baltimore Skipjacks, it's either feast or famine. After nearly a month of famine, the Skipjacks appear to have begun another feast.Baltimore's unbeaten streak stretched to three games last night with a 5-3 victory over the Moncton Hawks at the Baltimore Arena as the Skipjacks rallied with three third-period goals.The victory was the second straight at home for the Skipjacks, who moved into a first-place tie in the AHL Southern Division with the idle Utica Devils.Tim Bergland was the chief architect of the Baltimore victory, with two goals and two assists, including the goal that broke a 3-3 tie at 18:13 of the final period.
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By James H. Jackson | January 12, 1992
The Baltimore Skipjacks last night looked as if they finally have regained their pre-holiday form, when they were breezing along in first place in the AHL's Southern Division.The Skipjacks, who defeated the Adirondack Red Wings, 7-4, last night before 4,849 at the Baltimore Arena, broke a five-game home-ice winless streak and won for the second time in the past 12 games (2-7-3)."This capped a good weekend for us," said Skipjacks coach Rob Laird. "We played a solid game in Rochester [3-3 tie]
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