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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 14, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Minnesota North Stars will be without rookie defenseman Derian Hatcher for 10 games because of a high-sticking incident against the Capitals' Dino Ciccarelli last Saturday.Hatcher, the younger brother of Washington Capitals defenseman Kevin Hatcher, slashed Ciccarelli under his left eye at the Met Center in Bloomington, Minn. The gash took 10 stitches to close, and Ciccarelli sat out the next game.The odd thing about the incident was that referee Kerry Fraser did not call a penalty against the younger Hatcher.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | August 5, 2001
When the ARCA lineups and results come in, a finger runs down the lists, looking for Marylanders who might be out there racing. And once or twice, there has been one. Dion Ciccarelli. Not to be confused with the former Washington Capitals hockey player Dino Ciccarelli. "I don't think we're related," said Ciccarelli. "We do spell our names the same, but we don't pronounce them the same." It is Dion "sic-a-rel-li," not "sis-a-rel-li," as it is for Dino. If things go well, we all might want to remember that.
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By Phil Jackman | June 22, 1992
Check out the trades the Washington Capitals have been able to perpetrate on teams in the NHL during the last decade or so and you soon conclude they have probably led the league in that department.Good thing. Otherwise, they would still be back in the morass of 20 or so victories a season and in last place in the Patrick Division.Always a reward of lousy play, however, is that a floundering team assumes the divine right of ineptitude being rewarded in the form of access to top young players worldwide in the annual draft.
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September 18, 1997
BaseballExpos: Activated RHP Dave Veres from the 15-day disabled list.BasketballCavaliers: Signed F Cedric Henderson. Selected Matt Guokas as TV color analyst.Lakers: Signed G Shea Seals.Pistons: Signed F Rick Mahorn to a one-year contract.FootballChiefs: Signed OT Marcus Spears to a two-year contract.Eagles: Signed S Charles Emanuel to a one-year contract. Released S Tim Watson., 49ers: Signed S Mike Salmon.HockeyLightning: Signed RW Dino Ciccarelli to a one-year contract with an option year.
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August 31, 1991
Although the agent for Dino Ciccarelli reportedly said his client may be a holdout for the Washington Capitals, a team official said the right wing is under contract and expected to report to the opening of camp Friday.Ciccarelli, who came to the Capitals from the Minnesota North Stars during the 1988-89 season, is in the option year of his contract and is apparently unhappy about his salary, thought to be $440,000. His agent, Ron Salcer, told The Washington Post, "Dino's contract has not been settled and, if it remains unsettled, his not appearing at training camp is a possibility."
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 26, 1991
LANDOVER -- Dino Ciccarelli's first goal in 10 games enabled the Washington Capitals to salvage a 2-2 tie with the Minnesota North Stars in a National Hockey League game before 16,857 at the Capital Centre last night.Washington, which has won only once in its past six games (1-4-1), tied the score on Ciccarelli's goal with 9 minutes, 19 seconds remaining in the third period, then withstood many North Stars rushes the rest of the way to preserve the one point in the standings.Don Beaupre made 21 saves in the Washington goal, including several on point-blank shots.
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By Phil Jackman | March 18, 1992
LANDOVER -- A parallel could be drawn between the common cold and many of the goals Dino Ciccarelli has rung up during his illustrious career as scorer and pest: He knows where most came from while some he just picked up in a crowd.Last night, for instance, the formerly slump-ridden winger scored twice, first to tie the game, then to win it as the Washington Capitals were outlasting the St. Louis Blues, 6-4."Typical Dino goals," was the description heard most often in the Washington locker room afterward.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 14, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Minnesota North Stars will be without rookie defenseman Derian Hatcher for 10 games because of a high-sticking incident against the Washington Capitals' Dino Ciccarelli last Saturday.Hatcher, the younger brother of Washington Capitals defenseman Kevin Hatcher, slashed Ciccarelli under his left eye last Saturday at the Met Center in Bloomington, Minn. The gash took 10 stitches to close, and Ciccarelli sat out the next game."It's good the league recognized that a foul had been committed," Capitals coach Terry Murray said of the suspension announced yesterday.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 28, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals made their 1991-92 debut at the Capital Centre last night, and Dino Ciccarelli didn't make the fans wait long to put on a show.Ciccarelli scored two goals in the first two periods, and th Capitals went on to a 5-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres in the first and only preseason game at the Capital Centre this season.Ciccarelli and the Capitals ran off to a 5-0 lead at 3 minutes, 2seconds of the third period and coasted the rest of the way.John Slaney, Peter Bondra and Randy Burridge also scored foWashington as the Capitals outshot the Sabres, 27-21.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 8, 1990
LANDOVER -- Dino Ciccarelli was back, and all was right with the world at the Capital Centre last night.Mike Ridley scored two short-handed goals on the way to a hat trick, as the Washington Capitals rediscovered their winning touch at home with a 5-2 victory over New Jersey, moving into a third-place tie with the Devils in the Patrick Division.Ciccarelli, who missed 21 games with a broken right thumb, tied the game at 1 with 6 minutes, 8 seconds gone in the second period. He made a nifty move, deflecting a slap shot by defenseman Mikhail Tatarinov into the net, bringing the crowd of to its feet.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and Scott Shane and JoAnna Daemmrich and Scott Shane,SUN STAFF Staff writer Tom Bowman contributed to this article | February 10, 1997
No club has a more loyal membership, and no fraternity forges stronger bonds. And in their first months at the Naval Academy, Beth Schuette, Karri Zaremba and Kim McGreevy thought they belonged.Then, in their sophomore year, they found out how wrong they were.They testified against a male classmate accused of rape and discovered the visceral resentment that had greeted the first women midshipmen had not disappeared. It had merely gone underground.Male classmates, caught up in the claim that Midshipman Stephen J. Ciccarelli III was the victim of a witch hunt by hysterical females, muttered obscenities when the women walked past.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | May 13, 1995
LANDOVER -- The ownership group for Baltimore's new American Hockey League team came into clearer focus yesterday with the official addition of pro tennis player Pam Shriver and attorney Ed Brush.Majority owners Alan Gertner and Bob Teck confirmed the addition of the two area residents who are also minority owners in the Orioles.Brush is the president and owner of Fountainhead Title Group and a partner in the law firm of Gisreal and Brush.The Baltimore Hockey Team is scheduled to hold a news conference Monday to announce its new coach and general manager.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | January 12, 1993
When Peter Bondra set foot in the United States, he couldn't believe his eyes. Everything was bigger than anything he had ever seen -- the airports, the traffic jams, the NHL arenas."
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By Phil Jackman | June 22, 1992
Check out the trades the Washington Capitals have been able to perpetrate on teams in the NHL during the last decade or so and you soon conclude they have probably led the league in that department.Good thing. Otherwise, they would still be back in the morass of 20 or so victories a season and in last place in the Patrick Division.Always a reward of lousy play, however, is that a floundering team assumes the divine right of ineptitude being rewarded in the form of access to top young players worldwide in the annual draft.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 21, 1992
Devastated by the opening-round playoff flop against the Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals general manager David Poile took the first major step yesterday toward what he hopes will correct the situation, trading popular right wing Dino Ciccarelli to the Detroit Red Wings for right wing Kevin Miller."
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By Phil Jackman | April 27, 1992
Just as there's a broken heart for every broken bulb on Broadway, chances are there's a welt, a bruise, a laceration or a stitch for everything good Dino Ciccarelli has done for the Washington Capitals during their playoff series with the Pittsburgh Penguins.And from the looks of Dino -- he currently resembles Jake LaMotta after 14 tough rounds against Sugar Ray Robinson -- it's obvious he's done a lot of good things.You've heard the expression "Take one for the club?" Ciccarelli has taken one, two or three every time he's left the Washington bench to skate a 90-second shift.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 21, 1992
Devastated by the opening-round playoff flop against the Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals general manager David Poile took the first major step yesterday toward what he hopes will correct the situation, trading popular right wing Dino Ciccarelli to the Detroit Red Wings for right wing Kevin Miller."
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,Staff Writer | April 26, 1992
PITTSBURGH -- Reverting to the counter-attacking style that has long marked their successes over the years, the Washington Capitals cruised to a 7-2 victory last night over the Pittsburgh Penguins to take a 3-1 lead in their Patrick Division playoff series.Far from conservative, but disciplined and controlled in their play, the Capitals moved to a 2-0 lead in the first 7:22, then sat back and waited for the Penguins to self-destruct on mistakes. They were more than equal to the task.Meanwhile, there was Dino Ciccarelli to pick up loose and errant pucks all game, slipping them past anyone Pittsburgh decided to put in the goal.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,Staff Writer | April 26, 1992
PITTSBURGH -- Reverting to the counter-attacking style that has long marked their successes over the years, the Washington Capitals cruised to a 7-2 victory last night over the Pittsburgh Penguins to take a 3-1 lead in their Patrick Division playoff series.Far from conservative, but disciplined and controlled in their play, the Capitals moved to a 2-0 lead in the first 7:22, then sat back and waited for the Penguins to self-destruct on mistakes. They were more than equal to the task.Meanwhile, there was Dino Ciccarelli to pick up loose and errant pucks all game, slipping them past anyone Pittsburgh decided to put in the goal.
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By Phil Jackman | March 23, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals tossed 40 shots at the goal of the Edmonton Oilers yesterday. That and the fact six of them happened to skip past goalie Ron Tugnutt during a 6-2 victory didn't appear to carry that much weight.The focus of attention all game was what the Caps were doing when they weren't zeroing in on the Oilers' net. See, two nights before, Washington cruised into the last 15 minutes of a game against the Philadelphia Flyers with a three-goal lead and ended up losing.
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