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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | January 8, 1993
For a man the Skipjacks called Moses for a while, John Byce's future in the organization is surprisingly bleak.Byce led the Skipjacks to the promised land of victory last month. After a bruised thigh sidelined him for six games, all of which the team lost, he returned Dec. 11 against the Hershey Bears.He scored a goal and two assists that night in a 5-4 victory, thereby triggering the Skipjacks' six-game unbeaten streak. Byce had seven goals and five assists during the period."Moses," assistant coach Paul Gardner said in jest.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | April 29, 1993
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- OK, John Byce was right. The odds were against the Skipjacks. They still are.But for the third time in the AHL Southern Division first-round playoffs, the Skipjacks defied the odds last night. They defeated the favored Binghamton Rangers, 6-2, before 3,032 at Broome County Arena to even the series at three games apiece.The seventh and final game will be played here tomorrow night.When the Skipjacks arrived here yesterday for Game 6, Byce acknowledged that the odds were against his team.
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By Pat Malin and Pat Malin,Contributing Writer | January 14, 1993
UTICA, N.Y. -- John Byce scored the only goal of the third period as the Skipjacks tied the Utica Devils, 3-3, in overtime in an American Hockey League game last night before a snowy-night crowd of 1,699 at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.Byce took a pass from Jeff Nelson and lifted a high shot into the net with 3:31 remaining in regulation."Nelson kept it in at the blue line. He threw it in, and it went in off my stick," Byce said.The Devils argued that the Skipjacks were offside on the tying goal and that there was a man in the crease.
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By Brendan McCarthy and Brendan McCarthy,Contributing Writer | April 2, 1993
CORNWALL, Ontario -- It was billed the return of John Slaney and Marc Crawford, but it was John Byce and Byron Dafoe who took Cornwall, Ontario by storm last night.Byce scored twice and Dafoe stopped 31 of 34 shots to lead the Skipjacks as they downed the St. John's Maple Leafs, 4-3.The win improves the Skipjacks' record to 27-36-12 and puts the team five points ahead of the Hershey Bears in the fight for the final playoff spot in the American Hockey League's Southern Division. Both Hershey and the Skipjacks have five games remaining.
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By Brendan McCarthy and Brendan McCarthy,Contributing Writer | April 2, 1993
CORNWALL, Ontario -- It was billed the return of John Slaney and Marc Crawford, but it was John Byce and Byron Dafoe who took Cornwall, Ontario by storm last night.Byce scored twice and Dafoe stopped 31 of 34 shots to lead the Skipjacks as they downed the St. John's Maple Leafs, 4-3.The win improves the Skipjacks' record to 27-36-12 and puts the team five points ahead of the Hershey Bears in the fight for the final playoff spot in the American Hockey League's Southern Division. Both Hershey and the Skipjacks have five games remaining.
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By Tim Parry and Tim Parry,Contributing Writer | December 14, 1992
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- On Nov. 23, New Haven goalie Darrin Madeley turned back 41 shots and the Skipjacks could salvage a 3-3 tie.But what a difference three weeks can make.Last night Madeley was able to stop only 18 of 27 shots, and the Skipjacks clobbered the Senators, 9-5.Meanwhile, Skipjacks goalie Mike Parson stopped 27 of 32 New Haven shots."We tried to keep Madeley back in his net, more in the crease," said Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz. "We also had John Byce and Reggie Savage with us this time.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | December 30, 1992
John Byce couldn't have regained the Skipjacks' scoring lead in much more dramatic fashion.With a backhand flick of his stick, Byce jammed in his 22nd goal of the season with 2:20 remaining to give the Skipjacks a 7-6 victory over the Hershey Bears last night before 2,651 at the Baltimore Arena.Byce entered the game with a one-goal edge over Reggie Savage. After Savage tied him with his 20th, Byce scored his 21st only to have Savage match him again.Byce's 22nd broke a 6-6 tie, the fifth deadlock of the evening.
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By Special to The Evening Sun | March 19, 1992
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia -- Last night's Skipjacks' loss was followed by a players-only meeting in the locker room, as team members apparently discussed whether they are playing out the string instead of going for the final Calder Cup playoff spot in the AHL Southern Division.Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz left his players in the room more than 20 minutes to talk about a flat performance in a 7-4 loss to the Halifax Citadels. It was the third straight setback for Baltimore, which has 10 games left to catch the fourth-place Utica Devils.
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By Special to The Sun | March 19, 1992
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia -- Last night's Skipjacks' loss was followed by a players-only meeting in the locker room, as team members apparently discussed whether they are playing out the string instead of going for the final Calder Cup playoff spot in the AHL Southern Division.Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz left his players in the room more than 20 minutes to talk about a flat performance last night in a 7-4 loss to the Halifax Citadels. It was the third straight setback for Baltimore, which has 10 games left to catch the fourth-place Utica Devils.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | April 29, 1993
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- OK, John Byce was right. The odds were against the Skipjacks. They still are.But for the third time in the AHL Southern Division first-round playoffs, the Skipjacks defied the odds last night. They defeated the favored Binghamton Rangers, 6-2, before 3,032 at Broome County Arena to even the series at three games apiece.The seventh and final game will be played here tomorrow night.When the Skipjacks arrived here yesterday for Game 6, Byce acknowledged that the odds were against his team.
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By Pat Malin and Pat Malin,Contributing Writer | January 14, 1993
UTICA, N.Y. -- John Byce scored the only goal of the third period as the Skipjacks tied the Utica Devils, 3-3, in overtime in an American Hockey League game last night before a snowy-night crowd of 1,699 at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.Byce took a pass from Jeff Nelson and lifted a high shot into the net with 3:31 remaining in regulation."Nelson kept it in at the blue line. He threw it in, and it went in off my stick," Byce said.The Devils argued that the Skipjacks were offside on the tying goal and that there was a man in the crease.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | January 8, 1993
For a man the Skipjacks called Moses for a while, John Byce's future in the organization is surprisingly bleak.Byce led the Skipjacks to the promised land of victory last month. After a bruised thigh sidelined him for six games, all of which the team lost, he returned Dec. 11 against the Hershey Bears.He scored a goal and two assists that night in a 5-4 victory, thereby triggering the Skipjacks' six-game unbeaten streak. Byce had seven goals and five assists during the period."Moses," assistant coach Paul Gardner said in jest.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | December 30, 1992
John Byce couldn't have regained the Skipjacks' scoring lead in much more dramatic fashion.With a backhand flick of his stick, Byce jammed in his 22nd goal of the season with 2:20 remaining to give the Skipjacks a 7-6 victory over the Hershey Bears last night before 2,651 at the Baltimore Arena.Byce entered the game with a one-goal edge over Reggie Savage. After Savage tied him with his 20th, Byce scored his 21st only to have Savage match him again.Byce's 22nd broke a 6-6 tie, the fifth deadlock of the evening.
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By Tim Parry and Tim Parry,Contributing Writer | December 14, 1992
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- On Nov. 23, New Haven goalie Darrin Madeley turned back 41 shots and the Skipjacks could salvage a 3-3 tie.But what a difference three weeks can make.Last night Madeley was able to stop only 18 of 27 shots, and the Skipjacks clobbered the Senators, 9-5.Meanwhile, Skipjacks goalie Mike Parson stopped 27 of 32 New Haven shots."We tried to keep Madeley back in his net, more in the crease," said Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz. "We also had John Byce and Reggie Savage with us this time.
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By Kevin Stevens and Kevin Stevens,Contributing Writer | November 19, 1992
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- A three-goal flurry in less than three minutes overlapping the second and third periods pulled the Binghamton Rangers away from the Skipjacks and helped secure a 7-4 victory last night.Daniel Lacroix and Craig Duncanson had two goals apiece, and Don Biggs had a goal and three assists for the Rangers (14-2-3), who improved to a 6-0-1 home record. It was the second loss at Binghamton in five days for the Skipjacks (6-8-4), who lost, 6-4, here on Saturday.Lacroix's goal with eight seconds to play in the second period broke a 3-3 tie and put the Rangers on top to stay.
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By Special to The Evening Sun | March 19, 1992
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia -- Last night's Skipjacks' loss was followed by a players-only meeting in the locker room, as team members apparently discussed whether they are playing out the string instead of going for the final Calder Cup playoff spot in the AHL Southern Division.Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz left his players in the room more than 20 minutes to talk about a flat performance in a 7-4 loss to the Halifax Citadels. It was the third straight setback for Baltimore, which has 10 games left to catch the fourth-place Utica Devils.
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By Kevin Stevens and Kevin Stevens,Contributing Writer | November 19, 1992
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- A three-goal flurry in less than three minutes overlapping the second and third periods pulled the Binghamton Rangers away from the Skipjacks and helped secure a 7-4 victory last night.Daniel Lacroix and Craig Duncanson had two goals apiece, and Don Biggs had a goal and three assists for the Rangers (14-2-3), who improved to a 6-0-1 home record. It was the second loss at Binghamton in five days for the Skipjacks (6-8-4), who lost, 6-4, here on Saturday.Lacroix's goal with eight seconds to play in the second period broke a 3-3 tie and put the Rangers on top to stay.
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By James H. Jackson | February 28, 1992
The Skipjacks, who will have two new faces on the ice tonight, likely will add another player today -- one you might have seen on television during the Winter Olympics.The Washington Capitals are expected to sign defenseman Brad Schlegel, who played for the Canadian silver-medal team in Albertville, France.Schlegel, 23, was the eighth draft choice of the Capitals in 1988. A 5-foot-10, 180-pound defenseman from Kitchener, Ontario, he played for Team Canada the past four years. He had two goals and three assists in the Olympics.
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By Special to The Sun | March 19, 1992
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia -- Last night's Skipjacks' loss was followed by a players-only meeting in the locker room, as team members apparently discussed whether they are playing out the string instead of going for the final Calder Cup playoff spot in the AHL Southern Division.Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz left his players in the room more than 20 minutes to talk about a flat performance last night in a 7-4 loss to the Halifax Citadels. It was the third straight setback for Baltimore, which has 10 games left to catch the fourth-place Utica Devils.
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By James H. Jackson | February 28, 1992
The Skipjacks, who will have two new faces on the ice tonight, likely will add another player today -- one you might have seen on television during the Winter Olympics.The Washington Capitals are expected to sign defenseman Brad Schlegel, who played for the Canadian silver-medal team in Albertville, France.Schlegel, 23, was the eighth draft choice of the Capitals in 1988. A 5-foot-10, 180-pound defenseman from Kitchener, Ontario, he played for Team Canada the past four years. He had two goals and three assists in the Olympics.
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