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October 12, 1996
Opponent: Los Angeles KingsWhere: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7: 30TV/radio: None/WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: The second of back-to-back games. The Kings are ending a three-game eastern road trip. The Kings (1-3) come in off a 5-4 overtime loss in Philadelphia. They are led by Yanic Perreault (three goals, two assists), former Cap Dimitri Khristich (two goals, two assists) and Ray Ferraro (four assists).Pub Date: 10/12/96
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October 12, 1996
Opponent: Los Angeles KingsWhere: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7: 30TV/radio: None/WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: The second of back-to-back games. The Kings are ending a three-game eastern road trip. The Kings (1-3) come in off a 5-4 overtime loss in Philadelphia. They are led by Yanic Perreault (three goals, two assists), former Cap Dimitri Khristich (two goals, two assists) and Ray Ferraro (four assists).Pub Date: 10/12/96
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By Nestor Aparicio | February 22, 1991
VS. N.Y. RANGERS* WHEN: Tonight, 8:05.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV/RADIO: HTS; WCAO-AM 600.VS. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS* WHEN: Sunday, 1:35.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV/RADIO: HTS; WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: The Capitals (27-31-3) lost all three on their West Coast swing and are 1-4 against the Rangers. Right wing John Kordic has been reinstated and is expected to play tonight. Peter Bondra, Rod Langway and Dimitri Khristich still are nursing injuries, but could see action by the end of the weekend.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | May 20, 1995
It was a day of meetings at Piney Orchard Ice Rink in Odenton, as the Washington Capitals and the team's management sorted through the remains of a season that was cut much too short for their liking.The Capitals had taken a 3-1 lead in their best-of-seven Stanley Cup Eastern Conference quarterfinal series against the Pittsburgh Penguins, only to be booted from the playoffs as the Penguins rallied for three straight victories, including 3-0 in Game 7 in Pittsburgh Thursday."You feel a little empty the day after," said winger Keith Jones.
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December 8, 1991
Q: Are there many former Baltimore Skipjacks playing in the National Hockey League?Michael OrloffColumbiaA: "Many" is a relative term, Mike. According to Margaret Robinson, director of public relations for the Skipjacks, there are 26 former Skipjacks, from their Penguins and Capitals farm-team days, in the NHL. That's enough to start your own team (which could probably beat the San Jose Sharks).Alphabetically, here they are: Dave Barr, Don Beaupre, Tim Bergland, Phil Bourque, Andy Brickley, Rod Buskas, Jon Casey, Yvon Corriveau, Alain Cote, Shawn Cronin, Chris Dahlquist, Larry DePalma, John Druce, Bob Errey, Jeff Greenlaw, Steve Guenette, Dave Hannan, Randy Hillier, Dimitri Khristich, Nick Kypreos, Troy Loney, Bob Mason, Michal Pivonka, Doug Shedden, Rich Sutter and Jim Thomson.
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By James H. Jackson | December 14, 1990
The Baltimore Skipjacks, who face the Rochester Americans at the Baltimore Arena tonight, will have more potential firepower in the lineup than at any time this season.The Washington Capitals have assigned rookie center Dimitri Khristich, a Soviet who was signed this week, to Baltimore for three games, and have returned center Alfie Turcotte and left wing Steve Maltais. Turcotte and Maltais, who spent more than a week in the National Hockey League, are the Skipjacks' leading scorers.Khristich, 21, who played on the Soviet world junior championship team in 1989 with Alexander Mogilny of the Buffalo Sabres and Sergei Fedorov of the Detroit Red Wings, will play with Baltimore tonight, tomorrow and Sunday, then make his NHL debut at Madison Square Garden on Monday, when the Capitals face the New York Rangers.
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April 16, 1994
WASHINGTON CAPITALS vs. PITTSBURGH PENGUINSThe Sun's Sandra McKee previews the best-of-seven Eastern Conference first-round series:FORWARDSThe Penguins go on the attack with Jaromir Jagr (32 goals, 67 assists, 99 points), Ron Francis (27-6693) and Kevin Stevens (41-4788). And then, they throw Mario Lemieux (17-2037 in 22 games), one the NHL's greatest players, into the mix when he is healthy. The Caps have acquired Joe Juneau (19-6685), giving them a scoring threat at center, seen Dimitri Khristich (29-2958)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 16, 1995
QUEBEC -- If anyone thinks the Washington Capitals had a different look in their 3-0 shutout of the Florida Panthers on Friday night, he is right. And that look will continue tonight against the Quebec Nordiques.After that? Wait and see.Lines that had seemed set suddenly were shuffled. Capitals coach Jim Schoenfeld started moving his players around last Wednesday during a 2-1 loss to New Jersey. But Friday, the changes were even more startling.There on a line together was the team's leading scorer, Peter Bondra, and Michal Pivonka -- nothing unusual about that.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | September 27, 1993
PHILADELPHIA -- The Washington Capitals can't wait to get to practice tomorrow. It is there they hope to find their offense.After a 6-2 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers last night, it was more apparent than ever that the Capitals haven't found it yet."With all our preseason games and all our travel, it's taken a toll," said coach Terry Murray, whose team is 4-3-1. "I'm not interested in making excuses, but our quality practice time has been impeded. We haven't had a chance to do any work on the power play or in the offensive part of the game."
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By Rachel Blount and Rachel Blount,Contributing Writer | February 10, 1993
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- It appeared Dale Hunter simply was trying to pass to teammate Pat Elynuik.With the Washington Capitals and Minnesota tied 2-2 early in the third period, Hunter got the puck behind the North Stars' goal line and spotted Elynuik moving to the net. Hunter threw the puck toward the goal -- and it hit the stick of Stars goalie Jon Casey, bouncing into the net to give the Capitals a 3-2 win last night at the Met Center.The North Stars allowed the Capitals to score first, then tied the game at 1. They went ahead 2-1 before Hunter scored the tying goal at 5:21 of the second period, then the winning goal at 6:32 of the third.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 27, 1995
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals had been living off their power play for the last six games before last night's meeting with the New York Islanders. They had produced 13 of their past 19 goals with the man advantage, and last night they scored four more.But it was an even-strength goal on a slap shot from the point by Sylvain Cote with 8:50 left that allowed Washington to walk off with a stress-relieving 6-5 victory.Cote's goal was one of those timely plays the Capitals talk about, and it came on a night when Peter Bondra took sole possession of the NHL's goal-scoring lead with 31."
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By PHIL JACKMAN | April 27, 1995
LANDOVER -- When it's late in the regular season and the Washington Capitals are driving for a NHL playoff spot, there's never a dull moment. The dull moments usually begin showing up once postseason play is under way.A couple of days ago, after winning back-to-back games against Hartford and on the road in Pittsburgh, the Caps had garnered 45 points and seemed all but assured of the No. 6 position in the Eastern Conference.A loss at Madison Square Garden, the team and coach treating the New York Rangers to a two-goal head start Monday, did nothing to brighten the situation, the four teams immediately behind winning and picking up a valuable two points.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 16, 1995
QUEBEC -- If anyone thinks the Washington Capitals had a different look in their 3-0 shutout of the Florida Panthers on Friday night, he is right. And that look will continue tonight against the Quebec Nordiques.After that? Wait and see.Lines that had seemed set suddenly were shuffled. Capitals coach Jim Schoenfeld started moving his players around last Wednesday during a 2-1 loss to New Jersey. But Friday, the changes were even more startling.There on a line together was the team's leading scorer, Peter Bondra, and Michal Pivonka -- nothing unusual about that.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 8, 1995
When Joe Juneau signed his four-year, $8.2 million contract in August, Washington Capitals general manager David Poile pointed to him as the team's brightest star.Juneau, who had a reputation as a fine playmaker, said it was his job to make goal scorers where there were none."This contract shows there are going to be demands on me, and I'm going to have to produce," Juneau said at the time.It took Juneau nearly half of this lockout-shortened season to start living up to those demands."Sometimes it is frustrating for a guy like me not to get points two or three games in a row, because that's what I'm striving for," said Juneau, who was traded to the Capitals by the Boston xTC Bruins on March 21, 1994, for defenseman Al Iafrate.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | September 3, 1994
Jim Schoenfeld is looking at the Washington Capitals' roster. Training camp begins tomorrow. And the names, most of them, are the same as last season.Dimitri Khristich, Dale Hunter, Peter Bondra, Joe Juneau . . .So familiar.But as Schoenfeld talks about this team, it is as if he is talking about a different team. One that wasn't 39-35-10 last season -- thanks to a year-end run of 19-12-6."These are not the same guys," Schoenfeld said recently. "It's a totally different team, a totally different situation.
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April 16, 1994
WASHINGTON CAPITALS vs. PITTSBURGH PENGUINSThe Sun's Sandra McKee previews the best-of-seven Eastern Conference first-round series:FORWARDSThe Penguins go on the attack with Jaromir Jagr (32 goals, 67 assists, 99 points), Ron Francis (27-6693) and Kevin Stevens (41-4788). And then, they throw Mario Lemieux (17-2037 in 22 games), one the NHL's greatest players, into the mix when he is healthy. The Caps have acquired Joe Juneau (19-6685), giving them a scoring threat at center, seen Dimitri Khristich (29-2958)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | September 10, 1993
Center Dale Hunter will be sidelined for the first 21 games of the season because of a late shot he delivered on Pierre Turgeon of the New York Islanders during the playoffs last spring, but the Washington Capitals spent the summer toughening up their lineup.Today, the Capitals expect 64 players to report for physicals, off-ice testing and team photos. Sunday, they will begin on-ice scrimmage in preparation for a 10-game preseason schedule that leads up to Washington's season opener in Winnipeg Oct. 6."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | October 29, 1993
The Washington Capitals, a shambles just two weeks ago, might have turned the corner and discovered prosperity."With the way things have been going in the first three games of this road trip, everyone is feeling the confidence rise," said Washington coach Terry Murray. "We've just continued improving the play we showed from our last three home games, and we're now playing with a lot of energy and enthusiasm."After an 0-6 start, the Capitals are 4-1 in their past five games, the latest Wednesday night's 4-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks, co-leaders of the Pacific Division with a 7-2 record and 14 points.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | September 27, 1993
PHILADELPHIA -- The Washington Capitals can't wait to get to practice tomorrow. It is there they hope to find their offense.After a 6-2 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers last night, it was more apparent than ever that the Capitals haven't found it yet."With all our preseason games and all our travel, it's taken a toll," said coach Terry Murray, whose team is 4-3-1. "I'm not interested in making excuses, but our quality practice time has been impeded. We haven't had a chance to do any work on the power play or in the offensive part of the game."
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