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November 26, 1995
BasketballMinnesota Timberwolves: Activated F Christian Laettner. Placed C Eric Riley on the injured list.HockeyBinghamton Rangers (AHL): Loaned C Dennis Maxwell to Charlotte.
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By Sean Mayer and Sean Mayer,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 22, 1996
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Solid defense and stellar goaltending led the Binghamton Rangers to their second consecutive American Hockey League shutout last night, a feat the franchise hadn't pulled off since the 1987-88 season.But the anemic Bandits contributed mightily to the Rangers' 2-0 victory, taking only two shots in the third period against first-year pro Dan Cloutier, who made 22 saves.Cloutier and the Rangers had won, 3-0, on Friday night against the River Rats in Albany, N.Y.Kay Whitmore first accomplished consecutive shutouts for the Binghamton Whalers on Feb. 20-21 during the '87-88 season.
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December 26, 1995
Opponent: Binghamton RangersSite: Broome County (N.Y.) Veterans Memorial ArenaTime: 7:30Radio: WITH (1230 AM), WAMD (970 AM)Outlook: The Rangers have given themselves breathing room atop the Southern Division by beating Carolina and Syracuse and tying Adirondack last week. They have their leading scorer Peter Ferraro (24 goals) back from the parent New York Rangers. The Bandits hold a 3-1 edge in games between the teams, two of the victories coming on the road.@
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November 29, 1996
Opponent: Binghamton RangersSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 7: 30Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM)Outlook: The teams have played to a tie twice. The Rangers are LTC potent on offense with the Ferraro twins, Chris and Peter (21 goals-18 assists-39 points combined), and Jeff Neilsen (four game-winners), but often revert to a "your man" defense.Pub Date: 11/29/96@
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By Nestor Aparicio | February 22, 1991
VS. ROCHESTER AMERICANS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:35.* WHERE: Rochester War Memorial.* RADIO: WLIF-AM 1300.VS. BINGHAMTON RANGERS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 7:35.* WHERE: Broome County Coliseum.* RADIO: WLIF-AM 1300.* OUTLOOK: It's a make-or-break weekend for the third-place Skipjacks (31-26-4) as they tackle first-place Rochester (34-22-8) tonight and second-place Binghamton (31-24-6) tomorrow. Despite trailing the Amerks by 10 points, the Jacks have three games in hand. The season series is knotted at 1-1-1.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | February 29, 1996
When a player of Dwayne Norris' caliber has to sit out a game with a balky knee and a rookie goalie is getting the call in net, it's imperative that a team play a smart game.But the Bandits never will be accused of doing the same last night at the Baltimore Arena as they fell into a gorge early and didn't have enough to make it back to ground level while losing to the Binghamton Rangers, 6-3.The game was less than a minute old when Baltimore's Nicolai Tsulygin drew a penalty, and another minute along, the Rangers were on the scoreboard with a power-play goal.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 28, 1996
The American Hockey League will not divulge the identity of the prospective majority owner of the Bandits. Neither will officials with the Bandits. But a source said Mike Cascione, a Northern Virginia businessman, has agreed to buy the team from Bob Teck and Alan Gertner.It could take as long as a week for the sale to be approved by the AHL, which is doing a background check on Cascione. In the meantime, he will be running the team's day-to-day operation."I'm confident we can quicken the process because Baltimore is very important to the league," AHL commissioner Dave Andrews said yesterday.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | February 20, 1996
When the Bandits and Binghamton Rangers get together, defense usually ends up about 15th on the priority list. Last night, it wasn't even that high.The visiting Rangers had four leads, Baltimore had one and there were three ties before Binghamton prevailed, 7-6. Remember, we're talking hockey here, not the NBA.The wild scoring display -- there were seven goals in the first 9:41 of the second period -- wasn't the only thing setting this game apart in negative...
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