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November 19, 1995
Opponent: Carolina Monarchs Site: Baltimore Arena Time: 5 p.m. Radio: WITH (1230 AM), WAMD (970 AM) Outlook: Four days ago, the Bandits made commoners out of the Monarchs here, 6-1. In the middle of a string of home games (four more this month), the Bandits are on a tear, posting a 3-1-1 record the past two weeks. @
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 7, 1997
The situation couldn't have looked worse for the Carolina Monarchs in Hershey, Pa., on Saturday night when they trailed the Bears by three goals well into the third period of the AHL game.But less than 24 hours later, by the time their visit to Baltimore ended, they had a tie, a victory and there were smiles all around."We needed a boost so bad," coach Rich Kromm said, "and we finally got it from an unexpected source, Gaetan Poirier, a guy you usually don't look to get offensive production from."
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October 16, 1995
Bandits (0-4-1)Last game: The Bandits continued to have offensive troubles in a 4-1 loss to the Carolina Monarchs. Baltimore was outshot, 35-21. After the Monarchs' goal at 13:39 of the third period, the Bandits trailed 3-0. Alex Hicks' score in the third averted the shutout. The Bandits are the only winless team in the AHL.What's ahead: The Bandits face Worcester on Wednesday at home.They said it: "With offense comes confidence. That's nothappening right now," Bandits coach Walt Kyle.
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March 25, 1997
Opponent: Carolina MonarchsSite: Greensboro (N.C.) ColiseumTime: 7: 05Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM)Outlook: This is a big game for the Monarchs. While the Bandits have been making hay, going 5-2-0 on an extended road trip, Carolina has gone 1-5-1 lately, mostly at home. Baltimore holds an eight-point lead with 10 games remaining. The season series stands at 5-5 after the Bandits' recovery from a 1-5 deficit for a 7-6 victory in Greensboro on Sunday.Pub Date: 3/25/97
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By Scott Michaux and Scott Michaux,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 22, 1996
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Sometimes an opponent is so desperate, the best course of action is to get out of the way.The Bandits were run over, 5-1, last night at the Greensboro Coliseum by the Carolina Monarchs, a team motivated by an 0-11-1 winless streak that included three losses to their Mid-Atlantic Division rivals.The Monarchs tied a season-high in scoring and the rivals set a season standard for fighting with six incidents and three game misconducts."They outworked us and they deserved to win,'' Bandits coach Moe Mantha said.
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By Tom Steadman and Tom Steadman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 14, 1996
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- J. F. Jomphe scored two goals and added two assists last night as the Baltimore Bandits defeated the Carolina Monarchs, 6-3, for their third straight victory."
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