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By From Staff Reports | June 12, 1994
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Todd Haskins scored two goals and assisted on the game-winner to lead the Raleigh Flyers (4-6) to a 3-2 victory over the Baltimore Bays (2-8) in overtime last night. The Bays scored two second-half goals. Tarik Walker tied the game with one minute left.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
Parked drivers waiting at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport for calls from just-landed loved ones will have to do so from a new location starting April 1. The airport's so-called "cell phone lot" will move from one side of Terminal Road to the other, adjacent to the airport's daily parking garage, officials said Thursday. The move will double the number of parking spots in the free waiting area from 50 to 100. It will also add additional spaces to the airport's "express" parking lot, which offers luggage assistance and "carside-to-curbside" shuttle services.
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By Les Bowen and Les Bowen,Knight-Ridder News Service | January 1, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- The Flyers have experienced some of the hardships struggling teams often endure in the NHL, and they haven't exactly liked it.Several players privately blamed Saturday's 5-1 loss in Calgary on a penny-pinching travel itinerary they say left them exhausted. Travel plans for last week's trip to Vancouver and Calgary and this week's trip to San Jose and Los Angeles have been the subject of spirited discussion between players and management."It took its toll against Calgary, there's no question about that," team captain Rick Tocchet said Monday.
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The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2013
Dayton has announced that it will add women's lacrosse as an intercollegiate sport and begin competition in the spring of 2016. Women's lacrosse is the fastest-growing team sport in the United States, according to the most recent research by Sports Marketing Surveys USA. "Lacrosse is enjoying unprecedented growth," Dayton vice president athletic director Tim Wabler said. "We understand the popularity of the game from youth levels all the way to the pros. We are excited to add another avenue such as lacrosse to showcase our student-athletes at the University of Dayton.
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September 3, 1994
The Frederick Flyers of the Atlantic Basketball Association have set their 1994-95 10-game home schedule and announced that they will hold open tryouts at 9 a.m. Sept. 10 at Forestville High School in Prince George's County. Players can register at the door; the fee is $75.Ticket prices for the Flyers, who play at Frederick Community College, remain unchanged from last season. They are $5 for adults and $3 for children (18 and under), senior citizens (65 and over) and military with identification.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
Parked drivers waiting at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport for calls from just-landed loved ones will have to do so from a new location starting April 1. The airport's so-called "cell phone lot" will move from one side of Terminal Road to the other, adjacent to the airport's daily parking garage, officials said Thursday. The move will double the number of parking spots in the free waiting area from 50 to 100. It will also add additional spaces to the airport's "express" parking lot, which offers luggage assistance and "carside-to-curbside" shuttle services.
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By From Staff Reports | June 26, 1993
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Forward Toni Siikai headed in a goal with three minutes left to lift the Raleigh Flyers over Baltimore, 2-1, last night, extending the Bays' losing streak to two games.Earlier, Siikai had put in a loose ball to give the Flyers (7-2) a 1-0 lead. Baltimore's Terry Locklear tied the score on an assist from Rob Elliot at the 65-minute mark.Baltimore faces host Charlotte tonight at 7:30.
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July 12, 1991
The Washington Capitals will wrap up their 1991 preseason schedule with back-to-back games against the Philadelphia Flyers, including one at the Baltimore Arena, the team announced yesterday.The Capitals will play the Flyers at the Baltimore Arena on Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. and at the Spectrum the next day at 7 p.m.Washington's only preseason game at the Capital Centre will be Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. against the Buffalo Sabres.The Capitals also will play the Hartford Whalers and the New York Rangers twice and Buffalo three times during preseason.
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November 25, 1990
Fred Shero, a Renaissance man of hockey who won two Stanley Cups as coach of the Philadelphia Flyers, died yesterday. He was 65.Shero died about 5:30 a.m. at Cooper Hospital in Camden, N.J., after a long battle with cancer, Flyers spokesman Rodger Gottlieb said.Shero coached the Flyers from 1971-72 through '77-78. The Flyers won the Stanley Cup in 1974 and 1975 and reached the finals in 1976, losing to the Montreal Canadiens. He left the Flyers to coach the New York Rangers from 1978 until November 1980, leading them to the finals in his first season.
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By Lisa Dillman and Lisa Dillman,Los Angeles Times | June 21, 1992
MONTREAL -- In a stunning turn of events, the Eric Lindros saga entered a new world yesterday.The Quebec Nordiques, who were unable to trade Lindros anywhere for the last year, apparently made deals with two teams in the morning before the NHL's entry draft.Philadelphia's entourage of front office staff at the Forum openly celebrated the apparent acquisition of Lindros. The Flyers even called the 19-year-old Lindros at his relatives' home in Northern Ontario to find out whether he was willing to play in Philadelphia.
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By Sarai Brinker | May 23, 2013
What it is: A travel app designed for kids ages 3 to 7 that allows them to pack their bags and enjoy the travel season by exploring worldwide destinations like London, Cairo and Moscow.  After kids learn how to pack a suitcase according to weather, they drive to the airport, navigate security lines and board their flight.   Little travelers claim their luggage and are off to see the world! After a busy day of sightseeing, kids can snap a few photos and create a postcard to send back home.  Why it's fun: The perfect app for a kid to play leading up to a summer vacation, Frequent Flyer builds anticipation of traveling while giving parents an opportunity to prepare and a context in which to share their own travel experiences.
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By John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2012
Democratic Senate candidate C. Anthony Muse's campaign is distributing a new flyer at polling locations Tuesday that does not note the number of Jews in the Senate. Muse, who is running against incumbent Sen. Ben Cardin, faced questions over a flyer his campaign had distributed that provided the racial breakdown of the Senate, noted that there are no African Americans in the chamber and then included the percentage of people who are Jewish. No other religion was included. Muse is black.
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By John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2012
Updated with additional response from Muse campaign.   The head of the Baltimore Jewish Council raised questions Wednesday about a campaign flyer from Democratic Senate candidate C. Anthony Muse that notes that there are no African-Americans serving in the U.S. Senate but that there are 12 Jews. Muse, a state senator from Prince George's Countyis black. He is running against incumbent Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin, who is Jewish. The primary takes place Tuesday. "I'm not happy with it," said Arthur C. Abramson, the council's executive director.
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By Sam Carchidi, McClatchy Tribune Newspapers | January 1, 2012
PHILADELPHIA — In what sometimes seemed more like a comedy routine than an impromptu news conference in the Flyers' locker room at Citizens Bank Park on Sunday, Ilya Bryzgalov revealed that backup Sergei Bobrovsky would be the team's starting goalie in Monday's Winter Classic against the New York Rangers. "I have great news and even better news," said Bryzgalov, who has lost four straight and struggled through most of the season. "Great news: I'm not playing (today). And good news: We have a chance to win the game.
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By Katie Carrera The Washington Post | December 14, 2011
If the Washington Capitals' meeting with the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night truly represented a measuring stick of their progress under coach Dale Hunter, as players billed it in the hours leading up to the game, then they came up far short. Washington fell, 5-1, at Verizon Center in a game in which its offense fell dormant for stretches, the defensive zone coverage eroded and the goaltending allowed soft goals. The Capitals are 3-4 under Hunter and have lost six of their past nine.
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By The Washington Post | July 2, 2011
The Washington Capitals were one of the busiest teams Friday when the doors to the 2011 NHL free agent market opened, as general manager George McPhee sent goalie Semyon Varlamov to Colorado for a pair of draft picks and added three veterans to the lineup. In signing role player and former Capitals captain Jeff Halpern, two-way defenseman Roman Hamrlik and a big-bodied, hard working winger in Joel Ward, Washington elevated the leadership in a still-young dressing room and filled holes in the roster that will be left by the departure of up to five unrestricted free agents.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | March 25, 1995
VOORHEES, N.J. -- The Philadelphia Flyers and the Washington Capitals say they don't pay much attention to each other. But if they did, they might think they were looking in a mirror.Usually at this time of the year the Caps and Flyers are battling for a playoff spot, with Washington having had the better of it the past few seasons. The Flyers haven't been in the playoffs in five years.But going into today's game at USAir Arena, things are a lot different. The Flyers are first in the Atlantic Division and the Caps are second, just five points behind.
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November 19, 2005
Greg de Vries scored 3:05 into overtime after Atlanta wiped out a two-goal deficit with power-play scores in the final two minutes of regulation as the Thrashers defeated the host Philadelphia Flyers, 6-5, last night. After Peter Bondra cut the deficit to one with 1:50 remaining, Patrick Stefan tied it at 5 with seven seconds left. De Vries won it on a breakaway as Atlanta ended a three-game losing streak to the Flyers. "There was nobody around," de Vries said. "I tried to settle the puck down a bit. Luckily, it went in."
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By Matt Vensel | June 16, 2011
The NFL is reportedly investigating whether the Exxxotica Expo 2011 pornography event illegally used photos of NFL players and draftees to promote a May event at a Miami strip club called Club Play, and Ravens draft pick running back Anthony Allen was one of the nine names listed on this racy promotional flyer . The league is looking into the matter because action photos of six players in team gear -- including Chiefs safety Eric Berry,...
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