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February 13, 1995
BaseballBoston Bruins -- Recalled G John Blue from AHL Providence.Buffalo Sabres -- Recalled LW Matthew Barnaby AHL Rochester.
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Sports Digest | June 20, 2014
Colleges Ex-Salisbury lacrosse assistant Dobbins leaves Ohio State Dave Dobbins , a member of the Ohio State men's lacrosse staff the past five years, is leaving his position to join 3d Lacrosse as director of Connecticut. Before Ohio State, Dobbins spent six years as an assistant coach at Salisbury, where he was named the 2005 DivisionIII Assistant Coach of the Year. The Sea Gulls won four national championships and were a national runner-up once during Dobbins' tenure. Men's basketball: Navy has announced its 2014-15 schedule, which includes the previously announced season opener against Michigan State, part of the inaugural Veterans Classic at the Naval Academy, at Alumni Hall on Nov. 14. The Midshipmen will play 18 Patriot League conference games and 12 nonconference games.
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April 24, 1995
FootballMinnesota Vikings -- Traded S Vencie Glenn to the New York Giants for a sixth-round draft pick.Philadelphia Eagles -- Signed free-agent LB Kurt Gouveia to a one-year contract.Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed free-agent DE Jeff Faulkner to a one-year contract.HockeyBoston Bruins -- Sent G John Blue and LW Cam Stewart to AHL Providence.SoccerMilwaukee Rampage (USISL) -- Signed D Tom Alioto, D Anthony Ichella and M Joey Martinez to one-year contracts.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2013
If Tuesday night's Baltimore Hockey Classic, which pitted the Washington Capitals against the Boston Bruins, was any indication, Baltimore had better things to do than watch a live NHL preseason game. There were thousands of empty seats inside Baltimore Arena, though many of the others were filled with red-clad Capitals fans and some wearing the jerseys of past Capitals, such as Peter Bondra, Olaf Kolzig and Jaromir Jagr. There were a number of black and gold Bruins jerseys inside the half-filled arena, too. The puck-lovers who did show up booed as loud as they collectively could when the Bruins were introduced as the defending Eastern Conference champions.
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December 6, 1993
Basketball Indiana Pacers -- Agreed to a one-year, $650,000 contract with G Byron Scott.Hockey Boston Bruins -- Recalled LW Sergei Zholtok from AHL Providence.Soccer U.S. Soccer -- Board of directors awarded preliminary approval to Major League Professional Soccer Inc., the group headed by USSF and World Cup USA chief Alan Rothenberg, to begin a Division I soccer league in April 1995. Pending further review by the board, MLPS's business plan will be presented to FIFA officials Dec. 19. Two other proposals -- one by Los Angeles Salsa owner William De La Pena, the other by Chicago marketing pro Jim Paglia -- were turned down.
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January 30, 1996
Flyers: After a 3-2 loss to the Washington Capitals Sunday, Philadelphia is 0-2-2 in its last four games and 1-6-2 since Jan. 3.Canadiens: Martin Rucinsky had five goals and five assists in Montreal's three victories over a four-day span. Sunday, Rucinsky had two goals and an assist in his team's 5-4 victory over the Boston Bruins. It was Boston's final game at the Forum; the Canadiens will move into the Molson Center March 16.
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February 9, 1996
Opponent: Providence BruinsSite: Providence (R.I.) Civic CenterTime: 7:05Radio: WITH (1230 AM), WAMD (970 AM)Outlook: It has been so long since the Bandits played the farm team of the Boston Bruins -- a 3-3 tie Nov. 10 -- they didn't even bother dragging along a videotape of that game while busing up yesterday. The Bandits have played four ties and lost another game in overtime over their past 12 games. Both teams have 48 points and are in third place in their respective divisions.
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By Sports Digest | March 31, 2010
NBC Sports selected the Washington Capitals' home game against the Boston Bruins on April 11 as the network's game of the week, and it will be played at noon. The game is a potential first-round playoff preview, as the top-seeded Capitals would face the eighth-seeded Bruins if the season were to end today.
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November 5, 1995
BaseballNew York Yankees: Announced that they won't offer salary arbitration to P Steve Howe, granting him free agency.CollegesLombardi Award: Named finalists for award given to the lineman of the year: Ohio State sophomore OT Orlando Pace, Arizona senior DE Tedy Bruschi, UCLA senior OT Jonathan Ogden and Illinois senior LB Simeon Rice. The winner will be announced Dec. 7 in Houston.FootballCleveland Browns: Waived TE Walter Reeves and replaced him on the roster with S Vashone Adams.HockeyBoston Bruins: Recalled D Mark Cornforth and C Ryan Hughes from AHL Providence.
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By Nestor Aparicio | January 4, 1991
VS. PHILA. FLYERS* WHEN: Tonight, 8:05.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV/RADIO: HTS and WMAL-AM 630.VS. BOSTON BRUINS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 7:05.* WHERE: Boston Garden.* TV/RADIO: Ch. 20, WMAL-AM 630.* OUTLOOK: The Capitals are 2-0 against the Flyers this season, but have won just one of their last nine games. The team is still beset with injuries with Peter Zezel, Neil Sheehy, Jim Hrivnak, Dave Tippett and Chris Felix out. The Flyers (21-18-5), who are tied for second with New Jersey (47 points), have Ron Hextall back.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2013
Tickets still remain for the second Baltimore Hockey Classic at Baltimore Arena, but most lower bowl seats are sold out. Tuesday's exhibition game will feature the Washington Capitals and the Boston Bruins, an original six team that reached last year's Stanley Cup Final. The game is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. Some of the available seats are obstructed view that will not be sold. More than 11,000 tickets were sold in the first Baltimore Hockey Classic in 2011. Last year the game was canceled because of the NHL lockout.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2013
1st Mariner Arena will host the second Baltimore Hockey Classic next fall when the Washington Capitals play the Boston Bruins in an NHL preseason game on Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. "The Bruins coming to town makes this a special event," said Frank Remesch, general manager of 1 s t Mariner Arena. "That same night, the Orioles play the Red Sox, which adds to the spice. People can root against Boston twice. " Two years ago, in the first Baltimore Hockey Classic, the Capitals lost, 2-0 to the Nashville Predators before an announced crowd of 11,082.
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By Katie Carrera, The Washington Post | April 24, 2012
As the Washington Capitals sat in the dressing room at their Arlington, Va., practice facility ahead of a flight to Boston for a final showdown with the Boston Bruins in this Eastern Conference quarterfinal series, the mood was noticeably loose. Players lobbed well-intended jabs at one another, exchanged jokes with reporters and seemed relaxed to the point that an uninformed observer might not have believed the team will be fighting to keep its season alive tonight in Game 7 at TDGarden.
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By Tarik El-Bashir The Washington Post | April 8, 2012
The defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins captured the Northeast Division by a comfortable 10-point margin, capped the regular season on an impressive 9-2-1 run and finished tied for second in goals scored with 3.17 per game. They're led by the game's most complete defenseman, Zdeno Chara, a 6-foot-9 behemoth of a man who's as likely to deliver a crushing body check as a critical power-play goal. Their goalie, Tim Thomas, remains among the game's elite despite an uneven second half.
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By Sports Digest | March 31, 2010
NBC Sports selected the Washington Capitals' home game against the Boston Bruins on April 11 as the network's game of the week, and it will be played at noon. The game is a potential first-round playoff preview, as the top-seeded Capitals would face the eighth-seeded Bruins if the season were to end today.
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By From Sun staff and news services | March 2, 2009
Two players among four missing at sea nfl The Coast Guard searched off Florida's Gulf Coast yesterday for a fishing boat carrying NFL players Corey Smith and Marquis Cooper and two other men missing more than a day in choppy seas. Smith, a defensive end for the Detroit Lions, and Cooper, an Oakland Raiders linebacker, were on a 21-foot vessel that left Clearwater Pass for a fishing trip Saturday morning and did not return as expected, the Coast Guard said. Crews used a helicopter and an 87-foot ship to search a 750-square-mile area west of Clearwater Pass, but poor weather made the search difficult.
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November 13, 1991
BASEBALLAmerican League* Orioles -- Agreed to terms with Glenn Davis (first baseman) on a two-year contract.National League* Cincinnati Reds -- Signed Tim Drummond and Tony Menendez (pitchers), Geronimo Berroa, Jacob Brumfield, Dwight Taylor, Ruben Escalera, Nick Capra, Jeff Schulz, and Jeff Stone (outfielders), Darnell Coles, Gary Green, Mark Howie and Russ Morman (infielders) and Tom Nieto, Joe Szekely and Rick Wrona (catchers) to minor league contracts.FOOTBALL (NFL)* New England Patriots -- Signed Gene Taylor (wide receiver)
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November 17, 2008
1 November madness?: College basketball has just begun, but it's coming at you in full force. You can see up to seven games tonight, highlighted by Mount St. Mary's at Virginia Tech (8 p.m., Comcast SportsNet). 2 Beasts of the East: Can anyone explain how the Boston Bruins have the second-best record in the NHL's Eastern Conference? See for yourself how they got there when the Bruins travel to Toronto (7:30 p.m., Versus). 3 AFC watch: The Ravens and their fans will have some interest in the Browns-Bills matchup because the Buffalo is a wild-card contender in the AFC (8:30 p.m., ESPN)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | May 2, 1998
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Capitals, having a 3-1 series lead over the Boston Bruins before last night's game, were hoping to shed their bad karma and win a playoff series for the first time since 1994.But it didn't turn out that way.Boston's Byron Dafoe made 26 saves to backstop a 4-0 shutout, and Jason Allison set up the first goal, scored one and assisted on a third to keep Boston alive. The best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarterfinal series now goes back to Boston for Game 6 tomorrow at 2 p.m."
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