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By THE NEW YORK TIMES | June 8, 2003
NEW YORK - Scotty Bowman, who stepped down as coach of the Detroit Red Wings after winning the Stanley Cup last season, is interested in speaking with the Rangers about succeeding Glen Sather as New York's coach next season, the Canadian television network Sportsnet reported on its Web site last night. Bowman, 69, who spent this season as a Detroit Red Wings consultant, has coached nine Stanley Cup champions, an NHL record. The Rangers have missed the playoffs for six consecutive seasons, a franchise record.
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By Katie Carrera and The Washington Post | February 3, 2014
The Detroit Red Wings made their intentions clear from the start Sunday at Verizon Center . If the Washington Capitals were on the power play, Detroit would dedicate one player solely to shadowing Alex Ovechkin to take the NHL's leading scorer out of the equation. But in overtime, when the Capitals went on the man advantage, the Red Wings could not afford to isolate the star right wing given the four-on-three setup. Ovechkin unleashed his beastly one-timer, blasting a shot past netminder Jimmy Howard for a 6-5 win and two important points for Washington.
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September 12, 1999
Athletics: Jason Giambi is 25-for-64 with four homers and 20 RBIs in his career against the Devil Rays.Tigers: Detroit finished with six extra-base hits -- in its past 15 games, it has 25 homers, 37 doubles and four triples. Detroit Red Wings coach Scotty Bowman, a longtime baseball fan, attended the game and visited the press box a day before his team's exhibition opener.
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By Ryan Hood and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
Blasting a home run onto Eutaw Street, just shy of the Warehouse past right field at Camden Yards, is a big deal, akin to a splash landing in McCovey Cove at AT&T Park. An asphalt landing on Eutaw Street earns players a commemorative plaque along the street with the player's name, team and the date and distance of the home run. In the ballpark's 21-year history, 68 players have accomplished this feat. Only one has had his plaque feature a misspelling. And it's a two-time Orioles All-Star, no less.
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By SPORTSTICKER | April 18, 1996
The Palace of Auburn Hills reportedly is under consideration if the Hartford Whalers relocate.The New York Times reported yesterday that Whalers owner Peter Karmanos has talked with the arena's owners about sharing the home of the NBA's Detroit Pistons.Karmanos, a Detroit native who operates a junior hockey league team there, has said he would move the Whalers if 11,000 season tickets are not sold by May 1.The NHL would be expected to oppose the move because the Detroit Red Wings play less than an hour south of Auburn Hills.
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March 6, 1991
HOCKEY (NHL) * Buffalo Sabres -- Traded Ken Priestlay (center) to the Pittsburgh Penguins for Tony Tanti (right wing). Purchased Steve Weeks (goalie) from the Vancouver Canucks.* Calgary Flames -- Traded Mark Hunter (right wing) to the Hartford Whalers for Carey Wilson (center). Traded Marc Bureau (center) to the Minnesota North Stars for a third-round pick in the 1991 draft.* Chicago Blackhawks -- Traded Mike McNeill (center) and Ryan McGill (defenseman) to the Quebec Nordiques for Paul Gillis (center)
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October 19, 1993
BaseballCalifornia Angels -- Named Tom Lawless manager of Single-A Cedar Rapids. Announced that pitching coach Joe Georger will return to Cedar Rapids and Charlie Romero will be a coach with Cedar Rapids. Named Mitch Seoane manager of Single-A Lake Elsinore. Announced that Bill Lachemann will return as manager and Matt Hyde will be a coach of rookie-level Mesa. Named Don Long manager of Triple-A Vancouver. Named Mario Mendoza manager of Double-A Midland. Announced that Tom Kotchman will return as manager at Single-A Boise.
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April 18, 1995
BasketballNBA -- Named Denver Nuggets C Dikembe Mutombo Player of the Week.Chicago Bulls -- Activated F-G Jud Buechler from the injured list. Placed F Corie Blount (hip) on the injured list.Los Angeles Clippers -- Suspended F Lamond Murray indefinitely for disciplinary reasons.Orlando Magic -- Activated C Tree Rollins from the injured list. Placed G Brooks Thompson (left hip flexor strain) on the injured list.CollegesBoston University -- Announced that West Potomac basketball G Billy Beal signed a national letter of intent.
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March 25, 1994
Opponent: Detroit Red WingsSite: Joe Louis Arena, DetroitTime: 7:35TV: Channel 20Radio: WITH (1230 AM), WMAL (630 AM)Outlook: The Capitals come to Detroit on a high note, after back-to-back victories, including a 4-1 win Tuesday night over Hartford that saw new additions Joe Juneau (one goal, two assists) and D Jim Johnson and Joe Reekie all play well. Detroit, on the other hand, blew a three-goal lead Wednesday night and lost to lowly Ottawa, 5-4. Washington is expected to go with Don Beaupre in goal, while Detroit will decide between G Bob Essensa and Chris Osgood just prior to the game.
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October 7, 2005
"List the worst odors you can imagine - cesspool, steel mills, Brut or that green thing that's been at the back of the fridge for six months and is starting to move on its own. None are as bad as this game. They really shouldn't play it." Jerry Greene Orlando Sentinel, on the Ravens-Detroit Lions game "It's zooming out there. It's going up and down, up and down. When you don't have the puck, you're in a lot of trouble." Mike Babcock Detroit Red Wings coach, on the new-look NHL "I feel like I've let our team down, and the school, in this game.
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June 1, 2008
News item: Pete Rose admitted on Dan Patrick's radio show that he bet $2,000 per game on the Cincinnati Reds while he was managing the team. My take: Well, that's the last straw as far as I'm concerned. I was OK with him when he lied about betting on baseball for 20 years, made embarrassing autograph appearances down the street from the Hall of Fame and wrote that tell-almost-all book, My Prison Without Bars. But now, I've got to say, I'm disappointed. News item: Orioles pitchers strung together 11 innings without giving up an earned run Friday night, and the O's still lost to drop back into the American League East cellar.
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December 18, 2007
Pavel Datsyuk, Henrik Zetterberg and Jiri Hudler scored in a shootout to lift the host Detroit Red Wings to a 4-3 win over the Washington Capitals last night. Tomas Holmstrom had two goals, Zetterberg added a goal and an assist, and Datsyuk had three assists for NHL-leading Detroit in regulation. Dominik Hasek made 27 saves. Alexander Ovechkin, Jeff Schultz and Semin scored for Washington. Olie Kolzig stopped 27 shots, and Alexander Semin had a shootout goal. Islanders -- Chris Simon left the team, saying he needed time away after his latest penalty for attempting to injure an opponent.
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October 7, 2005
"List the worst odors you can imagine - cesspool, steel mills, Brut or that green thing that's been at the back of the fridge for six months and is starting to move on its own. None are as bad as this game. They really shouldn't play it." Jerry Greene Orlando Sentinel, on the Ravens-Detroit Lions game "It's zooming out there. It's going up and down, up and down. When you don't have the puck, you're in a lot of trouble." Mike Babcock Detroit Red Wings coach, on the new-look NHL "I feel like I've let our team down, and the school, in this game.
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By THE NEW YORK TIMES | June 8, 2003
NEW YORK - Scotty Bowman, who stepped down as coach of the Detroit Red Wings after winning the Stanley Cup last season, is interested in speaking with the Rangers about succeeding Glen Sather as New York's coach next season, the Canadian television network Sportsnet reported on its Web site last night. Bowman, 69, who spent this season as a Detroit Red Wings consultant, has coached nine Stanley Cup champions, an NHL record. The Rangers have missed the playoffs for six consecutive seasons, a franchise record.
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December 8, 1999
Good SportsMeet one of the good guys of sportsSERGEI FEDOROVDetroit Red WIngsSergei is using his $2 million salary this season to help needy kids in Detroit. His foundation gives money to day camps and provides college scholarships.Were you poor when you were a kid in Russia?Yes. My parents did their best to provide me with a soccer ball or hockey equipment. Those were my toys. Toys were very expensive or not available at all.How do kids react when they meet you?Some kids are nervous because they think of me as a great hockey player.
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September 12, 1999
Athletics: Jason Giambi is 25-for-64 with four homers and 20 RBIs in his career against the Devil Rays.Tigers: Detroit finished with six extra-base hits -- in its past 15 games, it has 25 homers, 37 doubles and four triples. Detroit Red Wings coach Scotty Bowman, a longtime baseball fan, attended the game and visited the press box a day before his team's exhibition opener.
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December 18, 2007
Pavel Datsyuk, Henrik Zetterberg and Jiri Hudler scored in a shootout to lift the host Detroit Red Wings to a 4-3 win over the Washington Capitals last night. Tomas Holmstrom had two goals, Zetterberg added a goal and an assist, and Datsyuk had three assists for NHL-leading Detroit in regulation. Dominik Hasek made 27 saves. Alexander Ovechkin, Jeff Schultz and Semin scored for Washington. Olie Kolzig stopped 27 shots, and Alexander Semin had a shootout goal. Islanders -- Chris Simon left the team, saying he needed time away after his latest penalty for attempting to injure an opponent.
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December 8, 1999
Good SportsMeet one of the good guys of sportsSERGEI FEDOROVDetroit Red WIngsSergei is using his $2 million salary this season to help needy kids in Detroit. His foundation gives money to day camps and provides college scholarships.Were you poor when you were a kid in Russia?Yes. My parents did their best to provide me with a soccer ball or hockey equipment. Those were my toys. Toys were very expensive or not available at all.How do kids react when they meet you?Some kids are nervous because they think of me as a great hockey player.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | June 10, 1998
DETROIT -- The Washington Capitals said they were going to be cool, not overexcited last night in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals.But nature deemed otherwise.Experiencing their first NHL Finals series in the franchise's 24 years, the Capitals played tentatively in the first period, made two mistakes and allowed the Detroit Red Wings to tuck away the 2-1 victory.The defending Stanley Cup champions got goals from Joe Kocur and Nicklas Lidstrom and then withstood a furious third-period comeback attempt by the Capitals, who found their legs and their attitude.
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By SPORTSTICKER | April 18, 1996
The Palace of Auburn Hills reportedly is under consideration if the Hartford Whalers relocate.The New York Times reported yesterday that Whalers owner Peter Karmanos has talked with the arena's owners about sharing the home of the NBA's Detroit Pistons.Karmanos, a Detroit native who operates a junior hockey league team there, has said he would move the Whalers if 11,000 season tickets are not sold by May 1.The NHL would be expected to oppose the move because the Detroit Red Wings play less than an hour south of Auburn Hills.
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