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September 19, 1991
For the third consecutive year, the Washington Capitals will conduct part of training camp without starting goalie Don Beaupre.The goalie, who turns 30 today, left training camp because of a contract dispute. Beaupre, whose previous walkouts have also been because of his displeasure with his contract, is entering his option year."This is the third year in a row we've had a problem with Don Beaupre's agent (Ron Simon) advising Don to miss training camp," Capitals vice president and general manager David Poile said in a statement.
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March 11, 1997
Opponent: St. John's Maple LeafsSite: St. John's (Newfoundland) Memorial StadiumTime: 7: 30Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM)Outlook: The Bandits, 4-3-0 of late, commence a 10-game, 18-day trip with a game against a team they have not opposed since joining the AHL last year. The Maple Leafs (30-31-7) have been atop the Canadian Division all season. NHL veteran Don Beaupre (21-12-3) is the team's top goaltender. Veteran D Nikolai Tsulygin is back with the Bandits.(AHL standings, 5D)Pub Date: 3/11/97
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SPORTS
March 11, 1997
Opponent: St. John's Maple LeafsSite: St. John's (Newfoundland) Memorial StadiumTime: 7: 30Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM)Outlook: The Bandits, 4-3-0 of late, commence a 10-game, 18-day trip with a game against a team they have not opposed since joining the AHL last year. The Maple Leafs (30-31-7) have been atop the Canadian Division all season. NHL veteran Don Beaupre (21-12-3) is the team's top goaltender. Veteran D Nikolai Tsulygin is back with the Bandits.(AHL standings, 5D)Pub Date: 3/11/97
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | January 12, 1996
LANDOVER -- The Ottawa Senators didn't know what they were flying into. They knew about the near-30 inches of snow engulfing the area. They knew about the reports that another snowstorm was on its way.What they didn't count on was being snowed under by newly named All-Star Peter Bondra and his line mates Michal Pivonka and Keith Jones, who produced 15 points to beat the Ottawa Senators, 6-1, before a sparse crowd at USAir Arena.Bondra came on like an avalanche, producing a hat trick and two assists to tie his career high for points in one game.
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By Nestor Aparicio | December 7, 1990
VS. NEW JERSEY DEVILS* WHEN: Tonight (8:05) and tomorrow (7:30).* WHERE: Capital Centre tonight and Brendan Byrne Arena tomorrow.* TV & RADIO: HTS and WCAO-AM 600 tonight; Ch. 20 and WMAL-AM 630 tomorrow.* OUTLOOK: Despite several injuries to key players, the Capitals (16-14-0) have won four of five and seven of nine. This weekend the team will be without Neil Sheehy, Dino Ciccarelli, Peter Zezel, Dave Tippett, Alan May and Jim Hrivnak. Don Beaupre will start in goal and banged-up Mike Liut will back up. Filling in on offense will be the Skipjacks' two top scorers, Alfie Turcotte and Steve Maltais, while Rob Murray has been sent to play with the Skipjacks.
SPORTS
March 20, 1994
Opponent: Tampa Bay LightningSite: Orlando (Fla.) ArenaTime: 1:35 p.m.TV: Channel 20Radio: Updates on WMAL (630 AM)Outlook: The Capitals, 1-5-2 in their past eight games, are one point ahead of Florida and three ahead of Philadelphia and the New York Islanders in the battle for the last two Eastern Conference playoff spots. The Lightning, 0-3-2 in its past five, have been idle since Sunday's 5-5 tie with Philadelphia. Tampa Bay G Daren Puppa (2.65 GAA) is the likely starter. Washington G Don Beaupre (2.90 GAA)
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | September 30, 1991
Today is decision day in the Washington Capitals' camp.Director of player development Jack Button, general manager David Poile and coach Terry Murray said that by tonight their opening night roster for Friday will be set.Some of the decisions appear obvious -- Jim Hrivnak, for instance, will be kept due to Don Beaupre's holdout -- but others regarding young players like Jeff Greenlaw and Brent Hughes aren't.Some other former fringe players, like John Druce, Tim Bergland and Nick Kypreos, might also get their walking papers back to Baltimore based on so-so camps.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | May 4, 1994
NEW YORK -- The New York Rangers are big, fast and talented, and after last night's 5-2 victory in Game 2 of this NHL Eastern Conference semifinal series, they probably believe they will be advancing to the Eastern Conference finals in another two games.But for 50 minutes, 47 seconds last night, the Washington Capitals gave the Rangers and the sellout crowd of 18,200 at Madison Square Garden everything they could handle."We're going home, into a building where we've played very well in the postseason," said Washington center Dave Poulin.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 18, 1994
PITTSBURGH -- The Washington Capitals came into the den of the Pittsburgh Penguins last night and walked out with a 5-3 victory in Game 1 of their best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarterfinal series.But there was no wild celebration in the Capitals' locker room. There were barely any smiles."I think it's very important not to celebrate too much right now," said team captain Kevin Hatcher. "This is just one game. We found out a couple years ago that the Penguins can make this a very long and very frustrating series."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 13, 1994
LANDOVER -- It should have been billed as "Meet the New Capitals Night."At least that's the way it seemed. Washington took full advantage of having a playoff spot in hand and defenseman Todd Nelson, called up from Portland just six hours before last night's game, made a lasting impression.Nelson, 24, scored his first NHL goal and it was a special one.Not only was it the game-winner in a 4-3 win over the Winnipeg Jets, but in the end, it meant the Caps clinched seventh place in the Eastern Division and assured them of a first-round date with the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup playoffs, which begin Sunday.
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March 20, 1994
Opponent: Tampa Bay LightningSite: Orlando (Fla.) ArenaTime: 1:35 p.m.TV: Channel 20Radio: Updates on WMAL (630 AM)Outlook: The Capitals, 1-5-2 in their past eight games, are one point ahead of Florida and three ahead of Philadelphia and the New York Islanders in the battle for the last two Eastern Conference playoff spots. The Lightning, 0-3-2 in its past five, have been idle since Sunday's 5-5 tie with Philadelphia. Tampa Bay G Daren Puppa (2.65 GAA) is the likely starter. Washington G Don Beaupre (2.90 GAA)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | December 12, 1993
MONTREAL -- The Washington Capitals, hoping to build on a strong performance in Philadelphia Thursday night, came away with their second big Eastern Conference victory, beating the Montreal Canadiens, 5-3, last night before 16,495 at the Forum.The Capitals, within one game of .500 at 13-14-2, reclaimed fourth place in the Eastern Conference.It was Kevin Hatcher's slap shot with 7:25 gone in the third period that made it 4-3, and the Caps made the lead hold up through wave after wave of Montreal attacks.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,Staff Writer | April 24, 1992
PITTSBURGH -- In this city, when they say "he," there's no reason to ask who "he" is, especially during hockey season."He's up to the level he had last year," said Penguins coach Scotty Bowman, as he began to tick off the ways Mario Lemieux did a number on the Washington Capitals during Pittsburgh's 6-4 victory last night.Lemieux had three goals, his first scores of the three games played to date with the Capitals leading 2-1 in the Patrick Division semifinals heading into tomorrow night's fourth game at the Civic Arena.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | March 21, 1992
LANDOVER -- The Philadelphia Flyers were down but far from out.Trailing the Washington Capitals, 6-3, after two periods, the Flyers scored four third-period goals to pull out a 7-6 victory last night before 16,423 at the Capital Centre.Goals by Steve Duchesne, Kevin Dineen and Brian Benning tied the game at 6, and Mark Recchi, scoring his second goal of the game and 41st of the season, took a pass from Mark Howe on the right boards, cut across the slot and beat goalie Don Beaupre from close range with 44 seconds remaining to pull out the win."
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