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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 Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | January 24, 1996
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals had hoped to get off fast and set a tone as the second half of the NHL season began. Last night's game with the Florida Panthers might have set a tone, but the 5-4 loss was not what the Capitals had in mind.The Caps overcame four Florida power-play goals to tie the game with 7:31 to go, but could not stop Florida left wing John Garpenlov, who scored at even strength with 55.4 seconds to play.Washington should have double-teamed the guy, no doubt about that.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 4, 2008
Providence proved to be the perfect remedy for an angry Maryland men's lacrosse team. The No. 5 Terps, still seething from an eight-goal loss to No. 2 Duke on Saturday, took out their frustration on the visiting Friars and won in convincing fashion, 13-5, at Ludwig Field yesterday. Maryland (3-1) scored the game's first eight goals, and nine different players scored. "We definitely wanted to put that loss behind us and move on," freshman defenseman Max Schmidt said of the 15-7 setback to the Blue Devils.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 10, 2004
LAUREL - DeMatha senior Chris Chambers remembers what it felt like watching Mount St. Joseph celebrate after the Gaels defeated his Stags last February to win the Maryland Scholastic Hockey League championship. Yesterday, he got even. Chambers had a hat trick - including the game-winner - to lead DeMatha over the Gaels, 5-3, at the Gardens Ice House. The game was another in the series between the two rivals. Either Mount St. Joseph (five titles) or DeMatha (eight titles) has won the MSHL Tier I title every year except one since the 1989-90 season.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 17, 1998
Too bad the Spirit can't pack up the Baltimore Arena and take it on the road.Still saddled with the worst record in the NPSL (5-16) after its 12-6 victory over the Harrisburg Heat last night, the club continues to put on its best showings at home, all of its wins having been registered here.Bo Vuckovic and Mirko Castillo were the big guns for the Spirit last night, Vuckovic recording his fifth hat trick of the season and Castillo contributing a pair of two-pointers.Just as important was the work of Khalil Azmi in goal.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 4, 1996
LANDOVER -- Washington right wing Peter Bondra roared out of a four-game goal-less streak with four goals and two assists, including the one on the game-winner by Michal Pivonka with 1:21 gone in overtime, as he led the Capitals back from a three-goal deficit to a 6-5 victory over the New York Islanders last night.It was one of the most entertaining games of the season and a sellout crowd of 18,130 was at the USAir Arena to see it."Of course this is something you dream about," Bondra said.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | February 24, 1996
After the Bandits failed on a couple of early power-play tries and longtime Baltimore nemesis Mitch Lamoureux scored for Providence midway through the first period, it looked as if it would be a long night for the home team and the second-largest crowd of the season (7,058).Baltimore's record at the Arena (10-16-4 entering) didn't appear to be cause for overwhelming confidence, either.Then the Bandits began to roll. Denny Lambert tied the game 82 seconds later, linemates Slava Butsayev and Steve King setting him up. Lambert scored later in the period and the teams left the ice at 2-2.The Butsayev line was just getting warmed up on the way to the Bandits' 7-4 victory.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 10, 2000
St. Paul's Sarah Sloane and the Towson field hockey team had a day neither will forget. For one 30-minute half, the unranked Generals were uncowed by St. Paul's No. 2 area ranking, and even enjoyed a 2-0 lead at one point. But Sloane, a senior forward for St. Paul's, scored three straight goals - including the game-winner - to propel the Gators to a 5-2 victory in the championship of the Towson Invitational yesterday. Sloane, who scored four goals all of last season, tallied six yesterday in the win against Towson and in an earlier 4-1 victory over No. 8 North Carroll.
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By Glenn Graham and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 5, 2010
The Blast's track record this season when a player registers a hat trick is perfect. When veteran midfielder Denison Cabral scored three quick goals in the first quarter against the faltering Philadelphia KiXX Friday night, the question was whether the Blast would make it eight wins with eight hat tricks. The KiXX made a fourth-quarter surge, but it proved too little, too late, as the Blast came away with a 12-8 win in front of an announced 5,324 at 1st Mariner Arena. With the Blast leading, 10-4, at the start of the fourth quarter, the KiXX got two quick two-point goals to cut the lead to 10-8, but Blast forward Max Ferdinand answered with a goal and the home team's defense did the rest for its fourth straight victory.
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