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By Tarik El-Bashir and Tarik El-Bashir,The Washington Post | October 9, 2009
WASHINGTON - -New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist gifted a goal to Nicklas Backstrom early in the third period and then the center scored again a few minutes later to put the Washington Capitals ahead. It should have been enough. It wasn't. Rangers sniper Marian Gaborik scored two goals of questionable quality on Jos? Theodore in the span of 2 minutes, 33 seconds to send the Capitals to their second consecutive loss, 4-3 at Verizon Center. "Anytime you have the lead [late] in the game, you have to [win]
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By Matt Vensel | October 4, 2011
I counted four bleeps from Bruce Boudreau, but after watching close-up shots of the 1st Mariner Arena workers mopping the ice, I'm sure there were about 400 bleeps that got cut out by the folks at Comcast SportsNet. Other than that, though, I bet the Capitals coach had a lovely [bleeping] time at the inaugural Baltimore Hockey Classic. [ via D.C. Sports Bog ]
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1996
On deck once more is G. Peter Boudreau, skipper of the resurrection.Look for him tomorrow morning aboard the U.S.S. Constellation, a leaking, rotting, sagging, 142-year-old hulk of timbers that happens to be considered one of the country's most important historic naval vessels. He's the husky, mustachioed blond guy, the one who usually seems so calm and collected. He'll be in charge when a tugboat pulls the ship through the Inner Harbor ever so slowly, slower than a Sunday stroll through Harborplace.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2011
On a recent skate down memory lane, Washington Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau stopped for a few seconds to think of the perfect adjectives to describe the die hard hockey fans who wore out their vocal cords and rattled the Plexiglas at the Baltimore Arena during the spring of 1985. "There weren't a lot of them, but they were … boisterous and fabulous," said Boudreau, who was then a 30-year-old forward who helped the Baltimore Skipjacks advance to the 1984-85 American Hockey League finals.
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December 28, 2008
On Friday December 26, 2008, LEONARD LEROY, 82, of Hampstead. Beloved husband of Carol Boudreau (nee Long) Zgorski; loving father of Michael Zgorski, Kimberly Dykes and Theresa Rampolla; devoted stepfather of Dean Boudreau, Jim Boudreau, Jean Boudreau and Susan MaClellan; dear brother of Margaret Ellinger, Robert Zgorski, Carl Zgorski, and Thomas Zgorski. Also survived by 16 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and ten step-grandchildren. Predeceased by first wife Patricia (nee Granruth)
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By Shirley Leung and Shirley Leung,Sun Staff Writer | August 11, 1995
For the fourth time in two years, a member of a Crofton civic group has been accused of taking money from the treasury.Crofton Elementary PTA officials said yesterday they will pursue criminal charges against Peter J. Boudreau, the former treasurer, who they say took nearly $19,000 during his one-year term.In a two-page letter mailed out to parents and teachers yesterday, PTA officials accused Mr. Boudreau of taking money between November 1993 and December 1994, when the Crofton resident disappeared.
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July 20, 1995
John Nolte joins insurance agencyJohn Patrick Nolte recently joined Carroll County Insurance Agency as an account executive.The agency, at 78 W. Main St., Westminster, is a branch of Frederick Underwriters Inc., and offers both personal and business insurance coverage.Mr. Nolte, a Baltimore native, has more than three decades of experience in the insurance industry.He began his career in 1959 working for United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co. in Baltimore.As an account executive with Carroll County Insurance Agency, Mr. Nolte is responsible for overseeing a variety of personal and commercial accounts.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | August 22, 1998
It floats.After 19 months and more than 160,000 man-hours of labor at the Fort McHenry Dry Dock, the 1854 warship Constellation was refloated yesterday. It will be towed upriver next week to begin 11 more months of restoration at the Maryland Port Administration's Pier 8."Constellation has an outstanding future in a new century and a new millennium," said Gov. Parris N. Glendening, who spoke to an overflow crowd at the dockside launch ceremonies.Like any old war veteran, the ship let out a few creaks and groans as it rose from the bottom of the graving dock.
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By Tarik El-Bashir and Tarik El-Bashir,The Washington Post | May 14, 2009
Washington - -Wednesday night began with the Verizon Center pulsating to "Let's Go Caps," chanted by a capacity crowd at an eardrum-splitting decibel level. But by the time the game had reached the halfway mark, the building was motionless and silent, filled with stunned fans who couldn't believe what was unfolding. Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals were behind five goals to their most reviled rival en route to a humbling 6-2 defeat in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | May 18, 1996
The Navy has approved plans to restore the 1854 warship Constellation using a technology never applied before to an antique sailing ship.Louis F. Linden, executive director of the Constellation Foundation, said the decision "closes the circle" that began in 1993. The Navy threatened then to take back the dangerously deteriorated relic if its Baltimore caretakers failed to devise a plan to save it."This means that now we can go forward," he said, "and assuming we do what we said we would -- and do it acceptably -- the ship will remain here."
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By Katie Carrera and The Washington Post | May 6, 2011
— A day after the Washington Capitals were swept by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, general manager George McPhee said he expects Bruce Boudreau to return as coach. "I expect him to be back," McPhee said. "He's a good coach. Someone said he's not a playoff coach — there's no difference between a playoff coach and a regular-season coach. You're either a good coach or you're not. He's a good coach. " But as the Capitals returned Thursday to clean out their lockers and conduct final interviews before dispersing for the summer, there were plenty of questions about what changes might happen within an organization that has been unable to advance beyond the second round since 1998.
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By Katie Carrera The Washington Post | April 15, 2011
The New York Rangers have long established the foundation of their team defense on a willingness to block shots. On Wednesday night, though, Washington bested the Rangers in that department with 32 blocks — the most in any of the 29 postseason games during coach Bruce Boudreau's tenure. It's an impressive statistic, and it was the topic of the day at Kettler Capitals Iceplex after an optional team skate. "It might sound weird but I pride myself on doing that — not being afraid to just dive in front of one," defenseman Karl Alzner said.
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By Barry Svrluga, The Washington Post | April 18, 2010
Late in Sunday morning's practice session at Kettler Capitals Iceplex, Semyon Varlamov — the player who was in net at the conclusion of the Washington Capitals' stomach-flipping overtime victory over Montreal on Saturday night — stood in goal at one end of the ice, taking shot after shot from a pair of assistant coaches. José Theodore, the man who began that same game in the net before he was yanked after all of two shots, watched closely from between the faceoff circles.
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By Tarik El-Bashir and The Washington Post | April 11, 2010
The question has lingered over the Washington Capitals for weeks, and with two games remaining before the playoffs, coach Bruce Boudreau still hasn't revealed which goaltender will start Game 1 of the quarterfinals. "I haven't discussed anything with anybody," Boudreau said. "I'm still evaluating. Nothing has been etched in stone." The prevailing sentiment around the league is that Boudreau hasn't committed to either José Theodore or Semyon Varlamov because he believes that it's possible, if not likely, the Capitals could need both in their quest for the franchise's first Stanley Cup. While that's not the conventional approach, it's not unprecedented in recent NHL history, either.
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By Mark Giannotto and The Washington Post | February 28, 2010
Washington Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau could sense his players getting bored and tired during Thursday's practice, so instead of barking instructions as he had throughout the hourlong session, he decided to give them an incentive. "Don't fall asleep," he yelled to the 18 players on the ice as they continued a neutral-zone drill at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington. "We've only got 10 minutes left." Boudreau and his staff have gone back to the basics with training camp-style practices this week, emphasizing systems and conditioning before the final 20-game stretch of the Capitals' regular season picks up Wednesday at Buffalo.
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By Tarik El-Bashir and Tarik El-Bashir,The Washington Post | October 9, 2009
WASHINGTON - -New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist gifted a goal to Nicklas Backstrom early in the third period and then the center scored again a few minutes later to put the Washington Capitals ahead. It should have been enough. It wasn't. Rangers sniper Marian Gaborik scored two goals of questionable quality on Jos? Theodore in the span of 2 minutes, 33 seconds to send the Capitals to their second consecutive loss, 4-3 at Verizon Center. "Anytime you have the lead [late] in the game, you have to [win]
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January 19, 2001
Basketball Bulls: Placed C Michael Ruffin (broken bone in right hand) on injured list. Activated C Dalibor Bagaric. Cavaliers: Signed F Etdrick Bohannon to second 10-day contract. Hawks: Signed G Sean Colson to 10-day contract. Magic: Signed G James Robinson to second 10-day contract. College Buffalo: F Katie Blazewski and F Colleen Tabor left women's basketball team. Cornell: Named Tim Pendergast, who had been football coach at Hamilton College, to same position. Virginia: Named Bob Price, Ron Price, Dan Rocco and Kevin Ross assistant football coaches.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1996
A decade of neglect will draw to a close tomorrow as the sagging, rot-riddled warship Constellation is towed from the Inner Harbor for 2 1/2 years of reconstruction at Fort McHenry -- its first major repair since 1982.If all goes well, it should return in spring 1999 with a straightened keel and a look truer to its 1854 origins. It will get a new hull, two new decks and masts and rigging to replace those removed in 1994 to ensure they didn't fall on tourists.Louis F. Linden, executive director of the Constellation Foundation, said he expects the move will be so uneventful it will "put the entire harbor to sleep."
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By Tarik El-Bashir and Tarik El-Bashir,The Washington Post | May 14, 2009
Washington - -Wednesday night began with the Verizon Center pulsating to "Let's Go Caps," chanted by a capacity crowd at an eardrum-splitting decibel level. But by the time the game had reached the halfway mark, the building was motionless and silent, filled with stunned fans who couldn't believe what was unfolding. Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals were behind five goals to their most reviled rival en route to a humbling 6-2 defeat in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
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December 28, 2008
On Friday December 26, 2008, LEONARD LEROY, 82, of Hampstead. Beloved husband of Carol Boudreau (nee Long) Zgorski; loving father of Michael Zgorski, Kimberly Dykes and Theresa Rampolla; devoted stepfather of Dean Boudreau, Jim Boudreau, Jean Boudreau and Susan MaClellan; dear brother of Margaret Ellinger, Robert Zgorski, Carl Zgorski, and Thomas Zgorski. Also survived by 16 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and ten step-grandchildren. Predeceased by first wife Patricia (nee Granruth)
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