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November 3, 1998
Coyotes: Nikolai Khabibulin has 14 career shutouts, tying Bob Essensa's franchise record.Flames: Theoren Fleury has 40 points, including 16 goals, in 35 career games against the Blackhawks.Flyers: Eric Lindros and John LeClair have combined for 15 goals.Pub Date: 11/03/98
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By Knight Ridder/Tribune | October 3, 2001
Eastern Conference (In projected order of finish in points) 1. Philadelphia Flyers 2000-01: 43-25-11-3, 100 points (second in Atlantic, fourth in East), lost to Buffalo in first round. Most feared: LW John LeClair, if he plays in more than the 16 games he did last season. To win the East: The Flyers are loaded after dealing C Eric Lindros to the New York Rangers for young talent and signing free agent Jeremy Roenick, but G Roman Cechmanek must prove that his unbelievable first season as an NHL starter wasn't a fluke.
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March 25, 1998
Neet Eric Lindros; Just for kids; Sports Illustrated for Kids 0) WeeklyEric Lindros of the Philadelphia Flyers is as rugged as a monster truck! He is big (6-foot-4, 236 pounds) and fast. He plays the game with a tough, physical edge."Eric is stronger than any human being has a right to be," sayRon Hextall, the Flyers goalie. Eric is also a gifted scorer and passer. He was the league's MVP in 1994-95.Eric's hobbies are golf, freshwater fishing and waterskiing. Halso has a secret talent: He can juggle!
SPORTS
November 3, 1998
Coyotes: Nikolai Khabibulin has 14 career shutouts, tying Bob Essensa's franchise record.Flames: Theoren Fleury has 40 points, including 16 goals, in 35 career games against the Blackhawks.Flyers: Eric Lindros and John LeClair have combined for 15 goals.Pub Date: 11/03/98
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February 27, 1992
Los Angeles Kings center Wayne Gretzky, the NHL's scoring leader, will miss at least one game because of a sprained right knee, it was announced yesterday."
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May 30, 1997
Philadelphia Flyers vs. Detroit Red WingsRecords: Philadelphia 45-24-12; Detroit 38-26-18.Home records: Philadelphia 23-12-6 regular season, 6-2 playoffs; Detroit 20-12-9 regular season, 7-1 playoffs.Road records: Philadelphia 22-12-7 regular season, 6-1 playoffs; Detroit 18-14-9 regular season, 5-3 playoffs.Season Series: Detroit 1-0-1.Previous playoff record: None.Top scorers: Philadelphia -- John LeClair, 50-47--97 regular season, Eric Lindros, 11-12--23 playoffs; Detroit -- Brendan Shanahan, 47-41--88 regular season, Sergei Fedorov, 5-9--14 playoffs.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | March 5, 1994
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals appeared to have two points in the bag. They had played terrific defense for the better part of three periods.But in the end, it came down to Philadelphia's Eric Lindros and Washington's Al Iafrate. Two All-Stars meeting at the Capitals blue line, one-on-one.And Lindros won.He didn't win the game. No one did. But that was the play that allowed the Flyers to tie this game, 3-3, before a crowd of 17,273 at USAir Arena and extend the action to overtime, where neither team scored.
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By Gary Miles and Gary Miles,Philadelphia Inquirer Staff writer Ashley McGeachy contributed to this article | July 1, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- After five days of contentious debate about his future, Eric Lindros, the only player ever traded by the same team at the same time to two different clubs in the NHL, finally has one team.It's the Philadelphia Flyers.Flyers president Jay Snider and general manager Russ Farwell completed the biggest trade in NHL history when an arbitrator ruled yesterday that they -- and not the New York Rangers -- had acquired the rights to Lindros, 19, who never has played a minute in the league but is expected to become its next superstar.
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By Jon Marks and Jon Marks,Contributing Writer | June 24, 1994
PHILADELPHIA - Terry Murray is the first to admit he woke up today one day closer to being the ex-coach of the Philadelphia Flyers. That simply goes with the territory.But as long as he is in command here, he intends to make the most of the time."I have no misconception of the job," said Murray, 43, after becoming only the 10th coach in franchise history yesterday, but the fourth in the past four years. "At some point [newly appointed Flyers general manager] Bob Clarke will call me into his office and say the organization is going in a different direction."
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By Ruth Sadler and Ruth Sadler,Staff Writer | October 25, 1992
There's much more than meets the eye with Upper Deck's 0) Eric Lindros cardUpper Deck has developed a reputation as a quality card producer, one with consistently high standards. Its strength has been its photographs.So it was surprising last weekend when the NHL Players Association said Upper Deck told it that the front of Eric Lindros' card (No. 88) had what amounted to a doctored photograph -- after production was complete and distribution begun.Ted Saskin, director of licensing for the NHLPA, said it was Lindros' head on a teammate's body.
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October 9, 1998
Atlantic DivisionNew Jersey DevilsCoach: Robbie Ftorek (new)Outlook: Since winning the Stanley Cup in 1995, the Devils have continued to shine in the regular season and struggle in the postseason. A first-round playoff loss to Ottawa last season in which they scored just 12 goals in six games spelled the end for defensive-minded coach Jacques Lemaire. The loss of C Doug Gilmour to free agency puts pressure on young centers, especially Brendan Morrison. G Martin Brodeur again was outstanding (1.89 goals-against average)
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March 25, 1998
Neet Eric Lindros; Just for kids; Sports Illustrated for Kids 0) WeeklyEric Lindros of the Philadelphia Flyers is as rugged as a monster truck! He is big (6-foot-4, 236 pounds) and fast. He plays the game with a tough, physical edge."Eric is stronger than any human being has a right to be," sayRon Hextall, the Flyers goalie. Eric is also a gifted scorer and passer. He was the league's MVP in 1994-95.Eric's hobbies are golf, freshwater fishing and waterskiing. Halso has a secret talent: He can juggle!
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By Milton Kent | March 17, 1998
Even before John Papanek declares in his editor's note that it's "not your father's sports magazine," there are not-so-subtle hints that ESPN Magazine isn't intended for the Baby Boomer set.The ads on six of the first eight pages of the magazine are Generation X-friendly, with shots of androgynous-looking youth, being, well, androgynous-looking youth.And the magazine's heavy emphasis on photos, not to mention the cover shot of four young stars -- Kobe Bryant, Alex Rodriguez, Kordell Stewart and Eric Lindros -- basically says that older readers needn't bother picking up a copy.
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May 30, 1997
Philadelphia Flyers vs. Detroit Red WingsRecords: Philadelphia 45-24-12; Detroit 38-26-18.Home records: Philadelphia 23-12-6 regular season, 6-2 playoffs; Detroit 20-12-9 regular season, 7-1 playoffs.Road records: Philadelphia 22-12-7 regular season, 6-1 playoffs; Detroit 18-14-9 regular season, 5-3 playoffs.Season Series: Detroit 1-0-1.Previous playoff record: None.Top scorers: Philadelphia -- John LeClair, 50-47--97 regular season, Eric Lindros, 11-12--23 playoffs; Detroit -- Brendan Shanahan, 47-41--88 regular season, Sergei Fedorov, 5-9--14 playoffs.
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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 Writer | September 25, 1994
Terry Murray looks the same, acts the same and dresses in the same impeccably styled gray suit he wore when he was coaching the Washington Capitals.Now he is head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers, and he has spent the last two nights coaching against his former team.Friday he was booed when he walked on the ice at U.S. Air Arena, where he had led the Capitals to 163 victories, 134 defeats and 28 ties over the past four years.His revenge, had he wanted any, would have come in his team's 2-1 victory.
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By Bill Lyon and Bill Lyon,Knight-Ridder | July 16, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- He looks like everything you want in a savior.Six ax handles across at the shoulders.Clear-eyed. Firm chin. Square jaw. Bull neck. Cleft in the chin.Dimples when he smiles, which will make the little girls squeal.And a sinister, half-moon scar under the left eye, high up on the cheekbone, which suggests unspoken menace and which, his employers fervently hope, will make opponents turn tail and busily skate the other way.Eric Lindros played Philadelphia for the first time yesterday.
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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 Jon Marks and Jon Marks,Contributing Writer | June 24, 1994
PHILADELPHIA - Terry Murray is the first to admit he woke up today one day closer to being the ex-coach of the Philadelphia Flyers. That simply goes with the territory.But as long as he is in command here, he intends to make the most of the time."I have no misconception of the job," said Murray, 43, after becoming only the 10th coach in franchise history yesterday, but the fourth in the past four years. "At some point [newly appointed Flyers general manager] Bob Clarke will call me into his office and say the organization is going in a different direction."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | March 5, 1994
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals appeared to have two points in the bag. They had played terrific defense for the better part of three periods.But in the end, it came down to Philadelphia's Eric Lindros and Washington's Al Iafrate. Two All-Stars meeting at the Capitals blue line, one-on-one.And Lindros won.He didn't win the game. No one did. But that was the play that allowed the Flyers to tie this game, 3-3, before a crowd of 17,273 at USAir Arena and extend the action to overtime, where neither team scored.
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