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December 20, 1995
Avalanche: Patrick Roy is 1-3 since being traded to Colorado. His former team, Montreal, is 4-2-1 since the trade.Blues: Grant Fuhr, who has started every game, tied his career high with his 33rd consecutive start. He had earlier reached that milestone during the 1987-88 season as a member of the Oilers.
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October 20, 1999
Flames: Grant Fuhr is 1-4-1 this season with a 4.38 goals-against average. Sharks: San Jose has won four straight and seven of nine. Owen Nolan has at least one point in all nine games he has played and leads the league with 16 points.
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By SANDRA MCKEE and SANDRA MCKEE,SUN STAFF | October 13, 1995
Maybe it was just a bad year, or one bad game, but the perception comes almost instantly and universally:The star athlete is old, his reflexes aren't what they were and he has lost a step.In some ways it seems there is an almost perverse eagerness to push the venerable into history.Right now, three NHL goalies seem to have reached the moment of truth. Do Philadelphia's Ron Hextall, St. Louis' Grant Fuhr and Montreal's Patrick Roy still have what it takes?Hextall, 31, is in his 10th season.
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By SANDRA MCKEE and SANDRA MCKEE,SUN STAFF | October 13, 1995
Maybe it was just a bad year, or one bad game, but the perception comes almost instantly and universally:The star athlete is old, his reflexes aren't what they were and he has lost a step.In some ways it seems there is an almost perverse eagerness to push the venerable into history.Right now, three NHL goalies seem to have reached the moment of truth. Do Philadelphia's Ron Hextall, St. Louis' Grant Fuhr and Montreal's Patrick Roy still have what it takes?Hextall, 31, is in his 10th season.
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By SANDRA McKEE | February 8, 1995
Buffalo's "ancient" Grant Fuhr and Dominik Hasek, an overnight sensation after years of work, are perhaps the best one-two goaltending tandem in the NHL.Fuhr is 32. And while no one heard of Hasek while Fuhr was winning five Stanley Cups with the Edmonton Oilers, he was busy winning five Czechoslovakian goaltender of the year awards."
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By Mike Kiley and Mike Kiley,Chicago Tribune | December 15, 1991
-- Just as George Bush and Dan Quayle dislike Garry Trudeau, who tickles only their angry bones in "Doonesbury," so the Calgary Flames' Doug Gilmour thinks hockey cartoonist Dave Elston isn't funny.The center has reacted with pained fury to being lampooned. A Calgary Sun cartoon last week poked at him for his complaints that $750,000 a year, the sum awarded him by a NHL arbiter, wasn't enough.Elston caricatured Gilmour at an adopt-a-family table applying for funding as one of the holiday season's neediest families, evoking a Christmas promotion run by the paper.
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By SANDRA McKEE | February 8, 1995
Buffalo's "ancient" Grant Fuhr and Dominik Hasek, an overnight sensation after years of work, are perhaps the best one-two goaltending tandem in the NHL.Fuhr is 32. And while no one heard of Hasek while Fuhr was winning five Stanley Cups with the Edmonton Oilers, he was busy winning five Czechoslovakian goaltender of the year awards."
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By Mike Kiley and Mike Kiley,Chicago Tribune | December 15, 1991
-- Just as George Bush and Dan Quayle dislike Garry Trudeau, who tickles only their angry bones in "Doonesbury," so the Calgary Flames' Doug Gilmour thinks hockey cartoonist Dave Elston isn't funny.The center has reacted with pained fury to being lampooned. A Calgary Sun cartoon last week poked at him for his complaints that $750,000 a year, the sum awarded him by a NHL arbiter, wasn't enough.Elston caricatured Gilmour at an adopt-a-family table applying for funding as one of the holiday season's neediest families, evoking a Christmas promotion run by the paper.
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