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By Ruth Sadler and Ruth Sadler,Sun Staff Writer | July 24, 1994
Later this month, a lost piece of hockey memorabilia goes to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. It's something with two Baltimore connections.The Atlantic City Boardwalk Trophy had disappeared, along with the Eastern Hockey League, in 1973.The trophy was first awarded to the AAU champion, which was the Atlantic City Sea Gulls in 1932. It went to the EHL champ beginning with the 1937-38 season and to the Northern Division titlist from 1964 on. The Baltimore Orioles were champs in 1940-41 and the Curtis Bay Coast Guard Cutters in 1942-43.
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By Arda Ocal | February 16, 2012
Every year around this time, WWE slowly releases the list of superstars that will be inducted into its Hall of Fame. As this happens, there are various debates that inevitably ignite. Some of these debates -- often the topics most talked about on Twitter -- make no sense to me. This column won't completely eradicate arguments pertaining to the WWE Hall of Fame, but consider these thoughts before you engage in your next debate: You cannot compare the proper WWE Hall of Fame to the “Celebrity Wing” of the WWE Hall of Fame.
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By K.C. Johnson and K.C. Johnson,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | February 17, 2005
TORONTO - Leave it to a 17-year-old to most eloquently capture the meaning of hockey in this country, feelings that faxes and counterproposals and salary cap figures can never touch. "Being Canadian, hockey is in your blood," John Jenkins said yesterday afternoon. "You walk around here, you see the faces and names you loved when you were growing up. You see the statistics you memorized. "Hockey is a part of our life from the time we're born. I remember my Dad used to watch it with me every Saturday night on Hockey Night in Canada.
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By Sports Digest | January 7, 2010
Maryland coach Missy Meharg , who has led the Terrapins to five NCAA titles in her 22-year career, including three crowns in four years from 2005 to 2008, and eight ACC championships, will be inducted into the National Field Hockey Coaches Association's Hall of Fame on Sunday at the Greater Richmond (Va.) Convention Center. Meharg is a seven-time NFHCA Coach of the Year and five-time ACC Coach of the Year. Her overall record is 390-101-9. NHL: The Washington Capitals have signed center David Steckel to a three-year, $3.3 million contract extension and defenseman-forward Tyler Sloan to a two-year, $1.4 million extension.
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October 31, 2005
"He's stiff, he has no moves, he can't shoot - and our guys love him because he sets good picks and rolls to the basket and makes excellent passes out of the post." Gregg Popovich San Antonio Spurs coach, on Fabricio Oberto "I really didn't have a lot to give them, because I never really collected a lot of things." Cam Neely Soon to be inducted as a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, on not possessing mementos for the Hall "What I miss is being the best. That's the feeling you get when you win the World Series, and that's what I'm missing."
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May 31, 2005
John D'Amico, 67, a Hockey Hall of Fame linesman who spent 23 years officiating before joining the NHL front office, died Sunday. "John D'Amico brought a passion and dedication to his profession both on the ice as a linesman and later as a supervisor of officials," National Hockey League Executive Vice President Jim Gregory said. "A true testament to John's legacy is the respect that players, general managers, coaches, fellow officials and fans had for him." Mr. D'Amico started as a referee, officiating his first game in 1964.
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By Laura Sullivan and Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1999
The Coast Guard Yard is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding this year, starting this weekend with a reunion of the Cutters, a hockey team formed at the Curtis Bay yard during World War II that captured East Coast and national titles in 1943 and 1944.Several former members of the team, including its captain, Clifford MacLean, are expected to be at Curtis Bay and to take part in the Crab Pot Hockey Tournament at the Naval Academy.MacLean and five of his teammates will be on the ice at Dahlgren Hall at 12: 30 p.m. Saturday for pre-game ceremonies, and the Coast Guard Academy team will compete in jerseys that are replicas of the ones the original Cutters wore.
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By BOSTON GLOBE | November 23, 1999
TORONTO -- Looking trim, fit, and rested, Wayne Gretzky blushingly accepted hockey's greatest honor here yesterday, pulling on the Hockey Hall of Fame's dark blue blazer and slipping one more sparkling ring of distinction onto his finger."
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By Arda Ocal | February 16, 2012
Every year around this time, WWE slowly releases the list of superstars that will be inducted into its Hall of Fame. As this happens, there are various debates that inevitably ignite. Some of these debates -- often the topics most talked about on Twitter -- make no sense to me. This column won't completely eradicate arguments pertaining to the WWE Hall of Fame, but consider these thoughts before you engage in your next debate: You cannot compare the proper WWE Hall of Fame to the “Celebrity Wing” of the WWE Hall of Fame.
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By Sports Digest | January 7, 2010
Maryland coach Missy Meharg , who has led the Terrapins to five NCAA titles in her 22-year career, including three crowns in four years from 2005 to 2008, and eight ACC championships, will be inducted into the National Field Hockey Coaches Association's Hall of Fame on Sunday at the Greater Richmond (Va.) Convention Center. Meharg is a seven-time NFHCA Coach of the Year and five-time ACC Coach of the Year. Her overall record is 390-101-9. NHL: The Washington Capitals have signed center David Steckel to a three-year, $3.3 million contract extension and defenseman-forward Tyler Sloan to a two-year, $1.4 million extension.
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October 31, 2005
"He's stiff, he has no moves, he can't shoot - and our guys love him because he sets good picks and rolls to the basket and makes excellent passes out of the post." Gregg Popovich San Antonio Spurs coach, on Fabricio Oberto "I really didn't have a lot to give them, because I never really collected a lot of things." Cam Neely Soon to be inducted as a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, on not possessing mementos for the Hall "What I miss is being the best. That's the feeling you get when you win the World Series, and that's what I'm missing."
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May 31, 2005
John D'Amico, 67, a Hockey Hall of Fame linesman who spent 23 years officiating before joining the NHL front office, died Sunday. "John D'Amico brought a passion and dedication to his profession both on the ice as a linesman and later as a supervisor of officials," National Hockey League Executive Vice President Jim Gregory said. "A true testament to John's legacy is the respect that players, general managers, coaches, fellow officials and fans had for him." Mr. D'Amico started as a referee, officiating his first game in 1964.
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By K.C. Johnson and K.C. Johnson,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | February 17, 2005
TORONTO - Leave it to a 17-year-old to most eloquently capture the meaning of hockey in this country, feelings that faxes and counterproposals and salary cap figures can never touch. "Being Canadian, hockey is in your blood," John Jenkins said yesterday afternoon. "You walk around here, you see the faces and names you loved when you were growing up. You see the statistics you memorized. "Hockey is a part of our life from the time we're born. I remember my Dad used to watch it with me every Saturday night on Hockey Night in Canada.
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By BOSTON GLOBE | November 23, 1999
TORONTO -- Looking trim, fit, and rested, Wayne Gretzky blushingly accepted hockey's greatest honor here yesterday, pulling on the Hockey Hall of Fame's dark blue blazer and slipping one more sparkling ring of distinction onto his finger."
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1999
Goalie Jill Baran has the same plan for every Perry Hall field hockey practice -- no one puts the ball in the cage, especially not her sisters, Lori and Kathy.As forwards, however, Lori and Kathy constantly try to develop new ways to beat Jill, turning Gators' shooting drills into sibling rivalry. Although the Barans share a strong sisterly bond, their rivalry on the practice field can be intense."They tend to get on each other," said Gators assistant coach Linda Fisher. "They're either best buddies or they're yelling at each other.
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By Laura Sullivan and Laura Sullivan,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1999
The Coast Guard Yard is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding this year, starting this weekend with a reunion of the Cutters, a hockey team formed at the Curtis Bay yard during World War II that captured East Coast and national titles in 1943 and 1944.Several former members of the team, including its captain, Clifford MacLean, are expected to be at Curtis Bay and to take part in the Crab Pot Hockey Tournament at the Naval Academy.MacLean and five of his teammates will be on the ice at Dahlgren Hall at 12: 30 p.m. Saturday for pre-game ceremonies, and the Coast Guard Academy team will compete in jerseys that are replicas of the ones the original Cutters wore.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1999
Goalie Jill Baran has the same plan for every Perry Hall field hockey practice -- no one puts the ball in the cage, especially not her sisters, Lori and Kathy.As forwards, however, Lori and Kathy constantly try to develop new ways to beat Jill, turning Gators' shooting drills into sibling rivalry. Although the Barans share a strong sisterly bond, their rivalry on the practice field can be intense."They tend to get on each other," said Gators assistant coach Linda Fisher. "They're either best buddies or they're yelling at each other.
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November 10, 2009
The Hockey Hall of Fame's class of 2009 has received its rings. Steve Yzerman, Luc Robitaille, Brian Leetch, Brett Hull and Devils executive Lou Lamoriello picked up their jewelry during a morning ceremony at the Hall in Toronto before their induction speeches Monday night. All four players entered the Hall in their first year of eligibility. •The Blackhawks scored three times in the third period, including a power-play goal by Jonathan Toews in his first game back after missing six with a concussion, to defeat the visiting Kings 4-1. ... Flames forward Curtis Glencross was suspended three games for a high hit on the Rangers' Chris Drury on Saturday.
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By Ruth Sadler and Ruth Sadler,Sun Staff Writer | July 24, 1994
Later this month, a lost piece of hockey memorabilia goes to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. It's something with two Baltimore connections.The Atlantic City Boardwalk Trophy had disappeared, along with the Eastern Hockey League, in 1973.The trophy was first awarded to the AAU champion, which was the Atlantic City Sea Gulls in 1932. It went to the EHL champ beginning with the 1937-38 season and to the Northern Division titlist from 1964 on. The Baltimore Orioles were champs in 1940-41 and the Curtis Bay Coast Guard Cutters in 1942-43.
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