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By Sandra McKee | April 6, 1996
The Washington Capitals learned yesterday that defenseman Calle Johansson could be out up to five weeks with a fractured right wrist.Johansson was injured in a fall near the end of the Capitals' 4-2 loss at Pittsburgh on Thursday. He joins defensemen Brendan Witt (broken wrist) and Ken Klee (groin) and forwards Steve Konowalchuk (broken thumb), Keith Jones (groin) and Craig Berube (knee) on the injured list.The good news for the Caps was that X-rays of defenseman Joe Reekie's left foot showed only a bruise.
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By Sandra McKee | April 6, 1996
The Washington Capitals learned yesterday that defenseman Calle Johansson could be out up to five weeks with a fractured right wrist.Johansson was injured in a fall near the end of the Capitals' 4-2 loss at Pittsburgh on Thursday. He joins defensemen Brendan Witt (broken wrist) and Ken Klee (groin) and forwards Steve Konowalchuk (broken thumb), Keith Jones (groin) and Craig Berube (knee) on the injured list.The good news for the Caps was that X-rays of defenseman Joe Reekie's left foot showed only a bruise.
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December 26, 1995
Opponent: Montreal CanadiensSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:30TV/Radio: HTS/WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: The Capitals (15-15-3) return to action tonight against the Canadiens. Washington went into the Christmas holidays with a 3-1 loss to the New York Islanders but is 4-2-1 during its past seven games. Montreal (18-14-2) shut out the Penguins Saturday with a 29-save performance by Jocelyn Thibault. Thibault is 4-1-1 since joining the Canadiens in a trade that sent All-Star G Patrick Roy to Colorado.
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March 26, 1996
Opponent: New York IslandersSite: Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, N.Y.Time: 7: 30TV/Radio: NoneOutlook: The Capitals are ninth in the Eastern Conference, one spot out of a playoff berth. Hurt all season by injuries, the Islanders have lost five straight. The Capitals are 3-1 against them, but each game has been close. In their last meeting, Feb. 3, the Caps needed overtime to win, 6-5. Washington is 0-1-2 in its past three games. Capitals LW Keith Jones (groin), LW Craig Berube (torn knee ligaments)
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By Sandra McKee | September 17, 1995
The Washington Capitals, who play their first preseason game in Hershey, Pa., tonight against the Philadelphia Flyers, trimmed their roster yesterday.The Caps returned eight players to their junior teams: goalie Sebastien Charpentier; left wings Scott Cherrey, Daniel Reja, Dwayne Hay, Benoit Gratton, and defensemen Joel Theriault, Joel Cort and Frederick Jobin.Caps defenseman Igor Ulanov, who is one of three Washington players not signed, is on the roster for tonight's game.Peter Bondra, Washington's leading scorer from last year who remains unsigned, and Michal Pivonka, who finished third in points and who is also unsigned, are not expected to play in any preseason games until contracts are worked out.Craig Berube (broken jaw)
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By Boston Globe | November 14, 1995
The Bruins hardly have fulfilled their own expectations in the first quarter of the NHL season. And even if they avoid defeat at Tampa Bay tonight, they still will have one of the lower point totals in the league.But the Bruins are hoping to gain some momentum from this game, which will be followed by four successive home games."It's important -- from a morale standpoint, we can't continue to outplay teams and lose," coach Steve Kasper said Sunday. "It gets disheartening. We need to come back and feel good about ourselves."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | October 3, 1993
NHL vice president Brian Burke, the man in charge of league discipline, likes physical hockey. He says watching the European-style game is about as exciting "as watching a dog take a nap."Burke said hockey "is a man's game," and NHL fans like physical hockey."I hear people say they like European hockey, the finesse," Burke said. "I've seen European games in which both teams had shot totals under 20. European hockey lacks the sustained intensity and pressure of the North American game. [In the NHL]
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1995
The agent for unsigned forwards Peter Bondra and Michal Pivonka yesterday made a new offer to the Washington Capitals, saying the two players could be back on the ice for a total cost of "about $3 million.""Our offer would pay Peter less than Joe Juneau, but give him the capability of earning more," said Rich Winter, who represents both Bondra and Pivonka. "We've also back-ended it so that the lion's share of the burden will come after the team has moved into their new building."Capitals general manager David Poile said he will respond to the offer today.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 2, 1996
KANATA, Ontario -- The Washington Capitals defeated Ottawa, 4-2, last night, but found the going difficult in their first appearance at the Palladium, the Senators' new, $270 million arena.Veteran Dale Hunter positioned himself near the far post of the Ottawa goal with 7:20 gone in the third period, and his longtime line mate, Kelly Miller, found him there for the tap-in that broke a tie and turned out to be the game-winner.Steve Konowalchuk gave the team some breathing room with another goal with 7:38 to play as Washington rallied from a two-goal deficit to win."
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By Boston Globe | November 14, 1995
The Bruins hardly have fulfilled their own expectations in the first quarter of the NHL season. And even if they avoid defeat at Tampa Bay tonight, they still will have one of the lower point totals in the league.But the Bruins are hoping to gain some momentum from this game, which will be followed by four successive home games."It's important -- from a morale standpoint, we can't continue to outplay teams and lose," coach Steve Kasper said Sunday. "It gets disheartening. We need to come back and feel good about ourselves."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1995
The agent for unsigned forwards Peter Bondra and Michal Pivonka yesterday made a new offer to the Washington Capitals, saying the two players could be back on the ice for a total cost of "about $3 million.""Our offer would pay Peter less than Joe Juneau, but give him the capability of earning more," said Rich Winter, who represents both Bondra and Pivonka. "We've also back-ended it so that the lion's share of the burden will come after the team has moved into their new building."Capitals general manager David Poile said he will respond to the offer today.
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By Sandra McKee | September 17, 1995
The Washington Capitals, who play their first preseason game in Hershey, Pa., tonight against the Philadelphia Flyers, trimmed their roster yesterday.The Caps returned eight players to their junior teams: goalie Sebastien Charpentier; left wings Scott Cherrey, Daniel Reja, Dwayne Hay, Benoit Gratton, and defensemen Joel Theriault, Joel Cort and Frederick Jobin.Caps defenseman Igor Ulanov, who is one of three Washington players not signed, is on the roster for tonight's game.Peter Bondra, Washington's leading scorer from last year who remains unsigned, and Michal Pivonka, who finished third in points and who is also unsigned, are not expected to play in any preseason games until contracts are worked out.Craig Berube (broken jaw)
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