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November 30, 1999
BaseballBlue Jays: Promoted Scott Shannon to trainer. Named George Poulis to assistant trainer.Cubs: Named Oscar Acosta pitching coach and Sandy Alomar Sr. bullpen coach.Marlins: Named David Ginsberg vice chairman of the board of directors.Rockies: Sold contract of P Roberto Ramirez to Japanese Hanshin Tigers.BasketballNBA: Named Spurs F Tim Duncan (24.3 ppg, 14.8 rpg in 4 wins) Player of the Week.Warriors: Activated F Jason Caffey from injured list. Placed C Tim Young on injured list.CollegeUC-Santa Barbara: Named Paul Stumpf women's soccer coach.
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November 30, 1999
BaseballBlue Jays: Promoted Scott Shannon to trainer. Named George Poulis to assistant trainer.Cubs: Named Oscar Acosta pitching coach and Sandy Alomar Sr. bullpen coach.Marlins: Named David Ginsberg vice chairman of the board of directors.Rockies: Sold contract of P Roberto Ramirez to Japanese Hanshin Tigers.BasketballNBA: Named Spurs F Tim Duncan (24.3 ppg, 14.8 rpg in 4 wins) Player of the Week.Warriors: Activated F Jason Caffey from injured list. Placed C Tim Young on injured list.CollegeUC-Santa Barbara: Named Paul Stumpf women's soccer coach.
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By Jason LaCanfora and Jason LaCanfora,SUN STAFF | August 20, 1996
Washington Capitals general manager David Poile said he was encouraged by his meeting with free agent Jeremy Roenick yesterday, but the team has not made an offer to the four-time NHL All-Star.The rights to Roenick, 26, were traded from the Chicago Blackhawks to the Phoenix Coyotes last week, postponing yesterday's meeting, which was scheduled before the trade. Signing Roenick, who twice has scored 50 goals and has eclipsed the 100-point mark three times in the past five seasons, is a top priority, Poile said, and he will continue to talk with Roenick's agent every day.However, the nature of yesterday's meeting was not necessarily to complete a deal.
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By Jason LaCanfora and Jason LaCanfora,SUN STAFF | August 20, 1996
Washington Capitals general manager David Poile said he was encouraged by his meeting with free agent Jeremy Roenick yesterday, but the team has not made an offer to the four-time NHL All-Star.The rights to Roenick, 26, were traded from the Chicago Blackhawks to the Phoenix Coyotes last week, postponing yesterday's meeting, which was scheduled before the trade. Signing Roenick, who twice has scored 50 goals and has eclipsed the 100-point mark three times in the past five seasons, is a top priority, Poile said, and he will continue to talk with Roenick's agent every day.However, the nature of yesterday's meeting was not necessarily to complete a deal.
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By Mike Kiley and Mike Kiley,Chicago Tribune | March 11, 1992
CHICAGO -- The love affair between Chicago Blackhawks fans and goalie Ed Belfour is sacred. Despite Dominik Hasek's great play in net the last three months, they have never chanted "Dom, Dom."It would have seemed like a violation of their personal attachment to chant anything but "Eddie, Eddie."But their affection spilled over last night for Ray LeBlanc. They knew Belfour would understand.Calls of "Ray, Ray, Ray" echoed through Chicago Stadium in the final minutes of the goalie's debut in the National Hockey League, followed by patriotic yells of "USA, USA."
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By Jeff Jacobs and Jeff Jacobs,The Hartford Courant | November 11, 1990
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Hartford Whalers assistant coach Jay Leach is right. The first thing you notice about Jeremy Roenick is the handshake.It is firm, resolute. No dead fish in the palm."I've got a pretty big mitt, but the first time we shook hands he nearly cracked a bone," Leach said.The second thing you notice about Roenick is the self-assurance. Ask him a question and you get a direct answer. Before the Chicago Blackhawks drafted him eighth overall in the first round in 1988, the report on the strawberry-blond center out of Thayer Academy in Braintree, Mass.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | October 6, 1993
WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Washington Capitals defenseman Kevin Hatcher stood in the hotel gift shop yesterday afternoon, staring."Look at this," he said, pointing to the magazine rack. "Teemu Selanne is on the cover of every hockey magazine here."His picture is on the cover of magazines. His name on the lips of National Hockey League fans. His ability on the mind of every NHL defenseman in the league.And it is only October."It's not just one thing about him -- though I think his speed is the most important," said Hatcher, who, with his Capitals teammates, will see Selanne tonight in the NHL season opener for both teams.
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December 17, 1996
Opponent: Phoenix CoyotesSite: America West Arena, PhoenixTime: 9Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: After losing five straight games and six of seven, Washington took a step in the right direction Saturday, tying the Los Angeles Kings, 4-4. Now Washington (13-16-2) will face the Coyotes (12-15-4), who have offensive threats in Keith Tkachuk, Jeremy Roenick and Mike Gartner. The Caps will have Jim Carey (9-10-1, 2.55 goals-against average) in goal but are still without D Sylvain Cote (strained knee)
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November 18, 1991
CHICAGO -- Jeremy Roenick scored a power-play goal and assisted on another last night, lifting the Chicago Blackhawks to a 5-1 triumph over the St. Louis Blues.The Blackhawks, extending their unbeaten string to four games (3-0-1), took over first place from idle Detroit in the NHL's Norris Division by a point.With Ed Belfour stopping 21 shots and winning for the fourth time since ending his holdout, the Blackhawks were able to win for the second time (2-3-4) against a Norris Division opponent.
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By Nestor Aparicio | November 16, 1990
VS. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS* WHEN: Tonight, 8:05.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV-RADIO: HTS, WCAO-AM 600.VS. HARTFORD WHALERS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 7:35.* WHERE: Hartford Civic Center.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: The Caps (10-10), who have dropped three straight after winning five in a row, have fallen into fifth place in the Patrick Division, four points ahead of the last-place N.Y. Islanders. The hobbled Caps continue to play without Dino Ciccarelli (thumb), Peter Zezel (ankle) and Don Beaupre (groin)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | October 6, 1993
WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Washington Capitals defenseman Kevin Hatcher stood in the hotel gift shop yesterday afternoon, staring."Look at this," he said, pointing to the magazine rack. "Teemu Selanne is on the cover of every hockey magazine here."His picture is on the cover of magazines. His name on the lips of National Hockey League fans. His ability on the mind of every NHL defenseman in the league.And it is only October."It's not just one thing about him -- though I think his speed is the most important," said Hatcher, who, with his Capitals teammates, will see Selanne tonight in the NHL season opener for both teams.
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By Mike Kiley and Mike Kiley,Chicago Tribune | March 11, 1992
CHICAGO -- The love affair between Chicago Blackhawks fans and goalie Ed Belfour is sacred. Despite Dominik Hasek's great play in net the last three months, they have never chanted "Dom, Dom."It would have seemed like a violation of their personal attachment to chant anything but "Eddie, Eddie."But their affection spilled over last night for Ray LeBlanc. They knew Belfour would understand.Calls of "Ray, Ray, Ray" echoed through Chicago Stadium in the final minutes of the goalie's debut in the National Hockey League, followed by patriotic yells of "USA, USA."
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By Jeff Jacobs and Jeff Jacobs,The Hartford Courant | November 11, 1990
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Hartford Whalers assistant coach Jay Leach is right. The first thing you notice about Jeremy Roenick is the handshake.It is firm, resolute. No dead fish in the palm."I've got a pretty big mitt, but the first time we shook hands he nearly cracked a bone," Leach said.The second thing you notice about Roenick is the self-assurance. Ask him a question and you get a direct answer. Before the Chicago Blackhawks drafted him eighth overall in the first round in 1988, the report on the strawberry-blond center out of Thayer Academy in Braintree, Mass.
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