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By Sandra McKee | February 11, 1995
The Washington Capitals traded left wing Randy Burridge to the Los Angeles Kings for left wing Warren Rychel yesterday, then traded Rychel to Toronto for the Maple Leafs' fourth-round draft pick in 1995 or 1997, at the Caps' option."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | May 15, 2009
Carolyn T. Burridge, a well-known Annapolis lobbyist whose firm represented businesses that included heavy manufacturers and industrial operations, institutions of higher learning and associations for children with multiple disabilities, died of cervical cancer May 6 at Gilchrist Hospice Center. The longtime Homeland resident was 62. Carolyn Taylor was born and raised in Springfield, Mo., and graduated from Greenwood High School, a private school. She earned a bachelor's degree in 1967 from the University of Missouri at Columbia and a master's degree in journalism two years later from American University in Washington.
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September 16, 1992
Washington Capitals left wing Randy Burridge, who was expected to be out until January because of surgery on his left knee, is scheduled to have arthroscopic surgery on his right knee tomorrow. The new procedure isn't expected to delay his return.He injured the left knee in Game 2 of the playoff series against the Pittsburgh Penguins. He hurt the right knee Sept. 5. Team doctor Richard Grossman will perform the arthroscopic surgery on his right knee.Meanwhile, the Capitals announced yesterday that their season-opening game against the Maple Leafs in Toronto has been moved from Oct. 7 to Oct. 6.The Maple Leafs requested the switch because of scheduling conflicts.
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By Tom Bowman and Tom Bowman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | April 3, 2003
WASHINGTON - With the Republican Guard being overpowered by American-led forces, the U.S. military is preparing for the likely siege of Baghdad - a final phase in the war that would include cordoning off the city and wiping out any resistance with commando raids and missile attacks by helicopters and drones. "It's an age-old military tactic," one senior Pentagon official said. "This will be the endgame." Saddam Hussein's regime has long prepared for the defense of the capital city of 5 million.
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By Special to The Sun | September 18, 1992
Washington Capitals left wing Randy Burridge will miss the entire season after undergoing reconstructive surgery on his right knee yesterday.Team doctor Richard Grossman repaired a complete tear of the anterior cruciate ligament in an operation at Sibley Hospital in Washington.Burridge had injured the right knee Sept. 5. He had been expected to be out of the Capitals' lineup until January because of surgery on his left knee, which was injured in Game 2 of last season's playoff series against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
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By Phil Jackman | December 17, 1991
Most general managers, when faced with a similar type query, probably would have headed for the nearest exit or fallen into a coughing fit.Please explain, David Poile of the Washington Capitals was asked, what has suddenly come over the likes of Randy Burridge and Steve Leach.These are the two players involved in a swap between the Caps and Boston Bruins last June and, when the news came down, was greeted with yawns, mostly.But look what these two, thought of as expendable journeymen, have done for their new teams, Leach in Beantown and Burridge here.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | March 9, 1993
Randy Burridge refers to the double surgeries that reconstructed anterior cruciate ligament tears in both of his knees as "a little setback." What, one might wonder, would be considered major?Burridge, who was having a career year for the Washington Capitals before he was injured last season, is all smiles at the Piney Orchard Ice Rink. He has just completed a full practice and stayed after for a 45-minute conditioning workout. He feels great. He has only a slight twinge in his right knee.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 2, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals treated a sellout crowd of 18,130 to a dominating performance last night, defeating the Calgary Flames, 5-2, at the Capital Centre.The Capitals played aggressively on offense and defense and got timely scoring from several players to hand the Flames their fourth straight loss, matching their longest losing streak of the season.Randy Burridge scored two power-play goals, a department in which the Capitals lead the NHL with a 25 percent mark; John Druce had a goal and an assist; Peter Bondra scored his first goal in four games; and Nick Kypreos scored a goal.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | May 15, 2009
Carolyn T. Burridge, a well-known Annapolis lobbyist whose firm represented businesses that included heavy manufacturers and industrial operations, institutions of higher learning and associations for children with multiple disabilities, died of cervical cancer May 6 at Gilchrist Hospice Center. The longtime Homeland resident was 62. Carolyn Taylor was born and raised in Springfield, Mo., and graduated from Greenwood High School, a private school. She earned a bachelor's degree in 1967 from the University of Missouri at Columbia and a master's degree in journalism two years later from American University in Washington.
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By Jim Jackson and Jim Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 8, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals will have three players -- the most since 1985 -- on the Wales Conference team in the 43rd NHL All-Star Game Jan. 18 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia.Defenseman Kevin Hatcher, who will be making his third consecutive All-Star appearance, will be joined by left wing Randy Burridge and goalie Don Beaupre.The past two years Washington has had only Hatcher in the game. In 1985 the Capitals had four players on the team: defensemen Scott Stevens and Rod Langway, center Bobby Carpenter and right wing Mike Gartner.
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By PHIL JACKMAN | February 13, 1995
Targets of Opportunity:The Washington Capitals cannot score goals. It has been that way for a long time. A big offensive display for them is when they light the goal lamp and get a 1-1 tie as they did in Boston Saturday afternoon.So, while perennial 40-goal man Luc Robataille was scooped up by conference foe Pittsburgh during the off-season and the Canadiens, another Eastern Conference playmate, latched onto the Flyers top scorer Mark Recchi late last week, the Caps dumped winger Randy Burridge.
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By Sandra McKee | February 11, 1995
The Washington Capitals traded left wing Randy Burridge to the Los Angeles Kings for left wing Warren Rychel yesterday, then traded Rychel to Toronto for the Maple Leafs' fourth-round draft pick in 1995 or 1997, at the Caps' option."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | March 16, 1994
PITTSBURGH -- It took three periods and 40 seconds of overtime, but the Washington Capitals finally allowed goaltender Don Beaupre to celebrate his 250th career win, defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins, 5-4, in a penalty-packed game."
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and Kim Clark and JoAnna Daemmrich and Kim Clark,Sun Staff Writers | February 14, 1994
The calls from angry constituents have slowed, and thetelevision crews no longer crowd Board of Estimates meetings since Baltimore Comptroller Jacqueline F. McLean took a leave of absence six weeks ago. But life at City Hall has not returned to normal.The vacuum left by Mrs. McLean's retreat -- in the wake of allegations of misconduct -- continues to roil city politics. Several politicians, including some City Council members, are preparing in case the comptroller's post becomes vacant.Adding to the tension is the fact that Maryland's prosecutor reconvened the grand jury to hear testimony about Mrs. McLean last week -- after the date by which top city officials had hoped for a resolution.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | December 9, 1993
Scoring goals has been difficult for the Washington Capitals, and it might get even harder.After Tuesday's 6-1 loss to Hartford, Dimitri Khristich's knee began to hurt. Khristich, who leads the team with 13 goals, did not practice yesterday, though the Caps hope he will be able to play tonight in Philadelphia.The Caps also are counting on center Mike Ridley, who did practice yesterday even though his arm was bruised badly in Tuesday's loss.The Capitals are already without Peter Bondra, second in goals with 11 and two weeks away from returning from a broken hand; and Dale Hunter, whose knee injury will keep him out until at least early January.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | November 25, 1993
LANDOVER -- When St. Louis defenseman Rick Zombo slammed his elbow into the face of Washington left wing Randy Burridge, it was the beginning of the end for the Blues, as the Capitals used the extended penalty to break a four-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory.With a minute remaining on a previous interference penalty on Blues defenseman Bret Hedican, the Capitals wasted little time taking advantage of the five-on-three situation that presented itself at 15:49 of the third period.Washington's Calle Johansson scored with 26 seconds left on the two-man advantage.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | March 16, 1994
PITTSBURGH -- It took three periods and 40 seconds of overtime, but the Washington Capitals finally allowed goaltender Don Beaupre to celebrate his 250th career win, defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins, 5-4, in a penalty-packed game."
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 6, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- Usually, when a team undergoes a coaching change, as happened with the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday, the players perform liked crazed Hall of Famers for a spell. Usually.Bill Dineen's honeymoon as blushing new Flyers coach at age 59 lasted just 18 seconds last night, as the Washington Capitals routed Philadelphia, 6-3."We've certainly got some work to do in our [defensive] end," Dineen said after watching several Capitals have their way in front of the Philadelphia goal.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | November 10, 1993
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals struck for two goals in the third period last night and, for the second game in a row, rallied for victory.This one was a 2-1 decision over the struggling Quebec Nordiques."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | October 23, 1993
LANDOVER -- Washington Capitals left wing Randy Burridge was reading The Hockey News at Piney Orchard yesterday morning, and dropping hints all over the place about the state of his game."
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