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April 30, 1995
Right wing Peter Bondra is attempting to become the first Washington Capital to win the NHL's goal-scoring title.He leads the Quebec Nordiques' Owen Nolan, 32-30, and both players have two regular-season games remaining. The Caps play Florida today and Pittsburgh on Tuesday, and the Nordiques play New Jersey today and Hartford on Wednesday."I am on top now and I would like to stay there," said Bondra. "But most important is that the team wins, and no matter what happens to me, it is already a confidence-builder for me just to be on top with those other big guys, like Nolan, Brett Hull or [Theoren]
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December 15, 2009
Brett Hull won Stanley Cups with the Stars and Red Wings. No doubt that helps lessen the disappointment that his biggest seasons with the St. Louis Blues lacked similar happy endings. The Blues are honoring Hull for his recent induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Tuesday night, along with his "dream team" from a decade with the franchise that includes Adam Oates, Wayne Gretzky, Brendan Shanahan, Al MacInnis and Chris Pronger. Hull became a star after St. Louis acquired him from the Flames in 1987.
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FEATURES
June 30, 1999
Meet Brett HullBrett Hull of the DallasStars has one of the the NHL's hardest shots. He averaged 52 goals per season for the St. Louis Blues from 1988 to 1998. Brett's dad, Bobby, scored 610 goals during his NHL career (1957-80).Brett is looking to follow in his father's footsteps. "Brett makes the smart play," says Mike Modano. "We're excited to be playing together."GOOD SPORTS; JAMILA WIDEMANPoint guard Jamila Wideman of the Los Angeles Sparks guides her team's offense on the basketball court.
SPORTS
November 10, 2009
The Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2009 has received its rings. Steve Yzerman, Luc Robitaille, Brian Leetch, Brett Hull and Devils executive Lou Lamoriello picked up their jewelry during a morning ceremony at the Hall in Toronto before their induction speeches Monday night. All four players entered the Hall in their first year of eligibility. •The Blackhawks scored three times in the third period, including a power-play goal by Jonathan Toews in his first game back after missing six with a concussion, to defeat the visiting Kings 4-1. ... Flames forward Curtis Glencross was suspended three games for a high hit on the Rangers' Chris Drury on Saturday.
SPORTS
November 10, 2009
The Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2009 has received its rings. Steve Yzerman, Luc Robitaille, Brian Leetch, Brett Hull and Devils executive Lou Lamoriello picked up their jewelry during a morning ceremony at the Hall in Toronto before their induction speeches Monday night. All four players entered the Hall in their first year of eligibility. •The Blackhawks scored three times in the third period, including a power-play goal by Jonathan Toews in his first game back after missing six with a concussion, to defeat the visiting Kings 4-1. ... Flames forward Curtis Glencross was suspended three games for a high hit on the Rangers' Chris Drury on Saturday.
SPORTS
December 15, 2009
Brett Hull won Stanley Cups with the Stars and Red Wings. No doubt that helps lessen the disappointment that his biggest seasons with the St. Louis Blues lacked similar happy endings. The Blues are honoring Hull for his recent induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Tuesday night, along with his "dream team" from a decade with the franchise that includes Adam Oates, Wayne Gretzky, Brendan Shanahan, Al MacInnis and Chris Pronger. Hull became a star after St. Louis acquired him from the Flames in 1987.
SPORTS
By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 20, 1991
LANDOVER -- The father's name is Bobby Hull, but around the National Hockey League he was simply the Golden Jet, a streaking, fearless left wing who took a stick curved like a banana and made a puck dance and dip by maskless goaltenders.The son is Brett Hull. He is a right wing, a floater who spendmost of his ice time in a figure-eight ballet -- waiting, watching and thinking. They say that scoring is in his genes, but the truth is he had to make himself into a hockey player -- and a star.
SPORTS
By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | March 18, 1992
LANDOVER -- It wasn't very pretty, but Terry Murray will gladly take it.The Washington Capitals, led by Dino Ciccarelli's two goals and some big saves by Don Beaupre in the third period, defeated the St. Louis Blues, 6-4, before 15,722 last night at the Capital Centre.The victory was the fourth at home without a loss for Washington (3-0-1), which moved to within five points of the idle first-place New York Rangers in the Patrick Division. The Capitals are 22-10-2 at home.St. Louis, playing without the NHL's leading scorer Brett Hull (67 goals)
BUSINESS
By Opinions on stocks offered by investment experts. Compiled by Steve Halpern for Knight Ridder | August 12, 1992
Education Alternatives"While presidential candidates lament the standard of public education in our country, there is a company that's making a difference," writes Carlton Lutts, the Cabot Market Letter. "Education Alternatives (OTC, EAIN, $11) is a small firm that JTC manages a limited number of schools in Florida (Dade County) and Utah [and recently was hired to run nine public schools in Baltimore]. Using the Tesseract method, which stresses results while adjusting to each child's individual way of learning, the system provides a better education at the same cost.
SPORTS
January 10, 1998
BaseballAstros: Agreed to minor-league contracts with P Pete Schourek and P Reggie Harris; invited them to spring training.Braves: Signed P Bruce Chen, P Damian Moss, P Dwayne Jacobs, C Fernando Lunar, C Pascual Matos and IF Glen Williams.Diamondbacks: Signed P Mark Davis to minor-league contract.Rangers: Agreed to one-year, $2,312,500 contract with OF Tom Goodwin. Agreed to terms with P Brandon Knight and P Dan Smith.Reds: Agreed to minor-league contracts with free-agent OF Deion Sanders and P Jose Rijo; Sanders is not expected to play baseball next season so he can concentrate on his NFL career.
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By Bob Foltman and Bob Foltman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 11, 2002
RALEIGH, N.C. - They were supposed to be worn out by now and too old to make a difference. But as the playoff marathon reaches its home stretch, Detroit's elder statesmen haven't gotten older, they've gotten better. Igor Larionov and Brett Hull spoiled the party in Raleigh last night for the second straight game and even slumping Brendan Shanahan found the back of the net as the Red Wings moved one step closer to their third Stanley Cup in the last six years with a 3-0 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 4 of the Finals.
FEATURES
June 30, 1999
Meet Brett HullBrett Hull of the DallasStars has one of the the NHL's hardest shots. He averaged 52 goals per season for the St. Louis Blues from 1988 to 1998. Brett's dad, Bobby, scored 610 goals during his NHL career (1957-80).Brett is looking to follow in his father's footsteps. "Brett makes the smart play," says Mike Modano. "We're excited to be playing together."GOOD SPORTS; JAMILA WIDEMANPoint guard Jamila Wideman of the Los Angeles Sparks guides her team's offense on the basketball court.
SPORTS
January 10, 1998
BaseballAstros: Agreed to minor-league contracts with P Pete Schourek and P Reggie Harris; invited them to spring training.Braves: Signed P Bruce Chen, P Damian Moss, P Dwayne Jacobs, C Fernando Lunar, C Pascual Matos and IF Glen Williams.Diamondbacks: Signed P Mark Davis to minor-league contract.Rangers: Agreed to one-year, $2,312,500 contract with OF Tom Goodwin. Agreed to terms with P Brandon Knight and P Dan Smith.Reds: Agreed to minor-league contracts with free-agent OF Deion Sanders and P Jose Rijo; Sanders is not expected to play baseball next season so he can concentrate on his NFL career.
SPORTS
April 30, 1995
Right wing Peter Bondra is attempting to become the first Washington Capital to win the NHL's goal-scoring title.He leads the Quebec Nordiques' Owen Nolan, 32-30, and both players have two regular-season games remaining. The Caps play Florida today and Pittsburgh on Tuesday, and the Nordiques play New Jersey today and Hartford on Wednesday."I am on top now and I would like to stay there," said Bondra. "But most important is that the team wins, and no matter what happens to me, it is already a confidence-builder for me just to be on top with those other big guys, like Nolan, Brett Hull or [Theoren]
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee | January 20, 1995
With the NHL season shortened and revamped, here are some people, places and things to keep an eye on:Opening nightCommissioner Gary Bettman might attend tonight's game at Madison Square Garden between the Stanley Cup Champion New York Rangers and the Buffalo Sabres. Behind the scenes, Bettman is being credited with "saving" the season. But how do the crazed fans in New York feel? Will there be boos or cheers?The Hex-manCan new/old goalie Ron Hextall carry the Philadelphia Flyers and new coach Terry Murray to the playoffs for the first time in six season?
BUSINESS
By Opinions on stocks offered by investment experts. Compiled by Steve Halpern for Knight Ridder | August 12, 1992
Education Alternatives"While presidential candidates lament the standard of public education in our country, there is a company that's making a difference," writes Carlton Lutts, the Cabot Market Letter. "Education Alternatives (OTC, EAIN, $11) is a small firm that JTC manages a limited number of schools in Florida (Dade County) and Utah [and recently was hired to run nine public schools in Baltimore]. Using the Tesseract method, which stresses results while adjusting to each child's individual way of learning, the system provides a better education at the same cost.
SPORTS
By Ted Radick and Ted Radick,Special to The Sun | January 15, 1992
ST. LOUIS -- They may not look forward to playing short-handed, but the Washington Capitals have been acting like it lately.Mike Ridley and Dimitri Khristich scored first-period short-handed goals, as the Caps defeated the St. Louis Blues, 6-1, last night. Dale Hunter had two goals and an assist, and Dino Ciccarelli and Todd Krygier added third-period goals.The win allowed the Caps (28-15-3) to keep pace with the New York Rangers atop the Patrick Division with 59 points. The Rangers (29-17-1)
SPORTS
By Bob Foltman and Bob Foltman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 11, 2002
RALEIGH, N.C. - They were supposed to be worn out by now and too old to make a difference. But as the playoff marathon reaches its home stretch, Detroit's elder statesmen haven't gotten older, they've gotten better. Igor Larionov and Brett Hull spoiled the party in Raleigh last night for the second straight game and even slumping Brendan Shanahan found the back of the net as the Red Wings moved one step closer to their third Stanley Cup in the last six years with a 3-0 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 4 of the Finals.
SPORTS
By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | March 18, 1992
LANDOVER -- It wasn't very pretty, but Terry Murray will gladly take it.The Washington Capitals, led by Dino Ciccarelli's two goals and some big saves by Don Beaupre in the third period, defeated the St. Louis Blues, 6-4, before 15,722 last night at the Capital Centre.The victory was the fourth at home without a loss for Washington (3-0-1), which moved to within five points of the idle first-place New York Rangers in the Patrick Division. The Capitals are 22-10-2 at home.St. Louis, playing without the NHL's leading scorer Brett Hull (67 goals)
SPORTS
By Ted Radick and Ted Radick,Special to The Sun | January 15, 1992
ST. LOUIS -- They may not look forward to playing short-handed, but the Washington Capitals have been acting like it lately.Mike Ridley and Dimitri Khristich scored first-period short-handed goals, as the Caps defeated the St. Louis Blues, 6-1, last night. Dale Hunter had two goals and an assist, and Dino Ciccarelli and Todd Krygier added third-period goals.The win allowed the Caps (28-15-3) to keep pace with the New York Rangers atop the Patrick Division with 59 points. The Rangers (29-17-1)
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