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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 21, 1992
Devastated by the opening-round playoff flop against the Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals general manager David Poile took the first major step yesterday toward what he hopes will correct the situation, trading popular right wing Dino Ciccarelli to the Detroit Red Wings for right wing Kevin Miller."
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2010
Enduring a barrage of highly detailed scientific testimony, jurors in the Kenneth N. Harris murder trial appeared to have difficulty staying awake Monday during a long cross-examination of a DNA analyst. Lawyers defending three men charged in the former Baltimore councilman's killing two years ago directed a stream of questions at the state's witness, Kelly Miller, a DNA analyst with the Police Department's crime lab, who had testified that evidence at the crime scene came into contact with the defendants.
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July 24, 2003
On July 22, 2003; PIERCE F.; beloved husband of Alma V. Jenkins; devoted father of Michael D. and Larry D. Jenkins; loving grandfather of Kelly Miller and Kimberly, Brianne and Courtney Jenkins. Also blessed with two great-grandsons Joshua and Braeden Miller; dear father-in-law of Bobbie and Linda Jenkins. Friends may call at the George J. Gonce Funeral Home, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway on Friday 4 to 6 PM. Service at 6 PM. Interment private. Those who wish may contribute to the American Heart Association.
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July 24, 2003
On July 22, 2003; PIERCE F.; beloved husband of Alma V. Jenkins; devoted father of Michael D. and Larry D. Jenkins; loving grandfather of Kelly Miller and Kimberly, Brianne and Courtney Jenkins. Also blessed with two great-grandsons Joshua and Braeden Miller; dear father-in-law of Bobbie and Linda Jenkins. Friends may call at the George J. Gonce Funeral Home, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway on Friday 4 to 6 PM. Service at 6 PM. Interment private. Those who wish may contribute to the American Heart Association.
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By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,Contributing Writer | June 2, 1994
Years ago, when the circus came to town, children would watch awe-struck as the elephants were unloaded and helped to put up the big tent covering the three rings.Life doesn't come to a halt as it used to, but the circus still brings a certain romance and excitement when it pulls into a town the size of Westminster.This weekend, the Kelly-Miller circus from Hugo, Okla., will take Carroll County back to the days of the traveling three-ring circus with four performances Saturday and Sunday at the Ag Center on Smith Avenue in Westminster.
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October 11, 1991
Opponent: New York RangersSite: Capital Centre, 7:35Radio: WCAO (600 AM), WMAL (630 AM)TV: HTSOutlook: The Capitals, still unbeaten and off to the best start in their 18-year history, won on the road Wednesday night (5-4 over the Maple Leafs). C Dale Hunter had 3 assists in the win over Toronto, giving him 7 in 3 games. LW Kelly Miller (involved in a contract dispute) played a regular shift for the Capitals, a little more than 24 hours after returning to the team Tuesday after missing the first 2 games of the season.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 3, 1995
LANDOVER -- NHL teams now know when they play the Washington Capitals they're going to face first-class goaltending from Jim Carey, first-rate team defense and some pretty snazzy scoring from the likes of Peter Bondra, Michal Pivonka and Joe Juneau.But what the rest of the NHL is learning is that the Capitals are capable of doing something they've never had a knack for.The Capitals are continually finding a way to win.Yesterday, with three forwards out with injury and flu, their top defenseman, Sylvain Cote, tossed from the game 6:07 after the opening faceoff for checking from behind, and their usual goal producers closed down, the Capitals used goals by rookie Jeff Nelson and Kelly Miller to beat the Boston Bruins, 2-1.Miller's game-winning goal came with 2:01 left.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | November 3, 1992
The first thing Terry Murray did when he arrived at practice yesterday was have a talk with veteran left wing Kelly Miller. It's the kind of priority a coach has when his team includes several sets of brothers.Sunday night, Washington Capitals management traded Kelly Miller's brother, Kevin, to the St. Louis Blues for defenseman Paul Cavallini."I was a little worried about Kelly," said Murray. "But he says he understands the situation and he's a true professional. He knows the game needs to move on. Kelly has a lot of character."
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2010
Enduring a barrage of highly detailed scientific testimony, jurors in the Kenneth N. Harris murder trial appeared to have difficulty staying awake Monday during a long cross-examination of a DNA analyst. Lawyers defending three men charged in the former Baltimore councilman's killing two years ago directed a stream of questions at the state's witness, Kelly Miller, a DNA analyst with the Police Department's crime lab, who had testified that evidence at the crime scene came into contact with the defendants.
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By Mike Tully and Mike Tully,Contributing Writer | December 6, 1992
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Kelly Miller picked an opportune time to score his 100th goal as a Washington Capital. He converted a crisp passing sequence with 5:21 left in regulation last night, improving the Caps' record to .500 with a 5-3 victory over the New York Islanders.Kevin Hatcher led the break into the zone and passed to Mike Ridley on the left side. Ridley slid it over to Miller, whose low drive from the lower circle beat goalie Mark Fitzpatrick to the glove side.Two minutes later, Caps goalie Jim Hrivnak preserved the two points by stopping a drive from David Volek from the left circle.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1999
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- If only for 24 hours, the Duke men have their women counterparts as role models.The Blue Devils women (29-6) used a 13-3 run early in the second half to move within a game of a national championship by beating Georgia (27-7), 81-69, in a semifinal yesterday.And the Duke disappointment in San Jose for falling short of that goal will match that of the team in St. Petersburg, Fla., if it should stumble."We've believed that [possibility of winning a national title] from Day One," Duke coach Gail Goestenkors said.
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By Milton Kent | March 26, 1999
At San Jose, Calif.Duke (28-6) vs. Georgia (27-6)Time: 7 p.m. todayTV: ESPNConference records: Duke won the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title with a 15-1 record. Georgia tied for third in the Southeastern Conference with a 9-5 mark.Coaches: Gail Goestenkors is 123-59 in seven seasons at Duke. Andy Landers is 486-147 in 20 years at Georgia, 568-168 in 24 years overall.Starting lineups: Duke: PG Hilary Howard (8.6 ppg, 4.3 apg); G Nicole Erickson (10.8 ppg., 3.1 apg); F Peppi Browne (8.8 ppg, 6.3 rpg)
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By Sherry Graham and Sherry Graham,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 29, 1997
A CHINESE GONG sounded, and a colorful dragon snaked its way into the cafeteria at Freedom Elementary School.The dragon was led by a masked student taking the part of a "teaser" and another student solemnly banging a tambourine.The costumed third-graders were leading their parents on a "visit" to China after studying the country and culture for most of April. Guests at Chinese Culture Night were treated to glimpses of Chinese art, music, recreation, traditions, geography and history through a variety of activities.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1996
LANDOVER -- The game was just 35 seconds old last night when Kelly Miller took a carom off the boards at mid-ice, cruised in on Trevor Kidd and deposited the puck into the net behind the Calgary goaltender.This is known as a benefit from an unexpected source, pennies from heaven, a bonus, as it was just the fourth goal scored by the defensive forward and penalty-killing ace in 47 games.Besides giving the Capitals a head start, something they've had trouble achieving in games over the first two-thirds of the season, it gave strong indication that the home team was on its game.
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December 28, 1995
Opponent: Florida PanthersSite: Miami ArenaTime: 7:30TV/Radio: No TV/WWLG (1360 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: Florida (NHL-best 52 points) has allowed 21 goals in its past 13 home games and has held 23 of its past 24 opponents to three goals or fewer. The Caps have gone 5-2-1 in their past eight, allowing 2.1 goals a game. G Jim Carey (14-10-3, 2.42 gaa) is coming off his second shutout, a 4-0 win over the Montreal Canadiens. Caps LW Peter Bondra has nine goals in his past 12 games. The Panthers' John Vanbiesbrouck (16-7-1, 2.09 gaa)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1995
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals are off to their best start in four years and the second-best in their 22-year history, but when it was over and they had a 2-0 shutout against the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Capitals acted as though it were just another night."
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | February 14, 1996
LANDOVER -- The game was just 35 seconds old last night when Kelly Miller took a carom off the boards at mid-ice, cruised in on Trevor Kidd and deposited the puck into the net behind the Calgary goaltender.This is known as a benefit from an unexpected source, pennies from heaven, a bonus, as it was just the fourth goal scored by the defensive forward and penalty-killing ace in 47 games.Besides giving the Capitals a head start, something they've had trouble achieving in games over the first two-thirds of the season, it gave strong indication that the home team was on its game.
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By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,Contributing Writer | June 2, 1995
The big top will go up in Westminster tomorrow as the Fraternal Order of Police brings the Kelly Miller Circus to town for four shows over the weekend.Flying trapeze artists, exotic animals, clowns and entertainment will be the order of the day. Shows will be at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. tomorrow and at 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Sunday at Carroll County Ag Center on Smith Avenue."We have one big ring, European-style circus," said Ken Hatfield, Kelly Miller's promotions director. "It's like a show in the round -- all the seats are equidistant from the ring.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 3, 1995
LANDOVER -- NHL teams now know when they play the Washington Capitals they're going to face first-class goaltending from Jim Carey, first-rate team defense and some pretty snazzy scoring from the likes of Peter Bondra, Michal Pivonka and Joe Juneau.But what the rest of the NHL is learning is that the Capitals are capable of doing something they've never had a knack for.The Capitals are continually finding a way to win.Yesterday, with three forwards out with injury and flu, their top defenseman, Sylvain Cote, tossed from the game 6:07 after the opening faceoff for checking from behind, and their usual goal producers closed down, the Capitals used goals by rookie Jeff Nelson and Kelly Miller to beat the Boston Bruins, 2-1.Miller's game-winning goal came with 2:01 left.
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