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October 2, 2005
On September 28, 2005 ESSIE M. HATCHER; loving wife of Clyde Hatcher, Sr. She is also survived by her loving children Dr. Brenda Savoy, Robin Thomas, Regg Hatcher, Sr., Cylde Hatcher, Jr. and Kevin Hatcher, Sr., a host of grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Monday after 9 A.M. The family will receive friends on Tuesday at Miracle Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church, 100 S. Rock Glen Rd., at 6:30 P.M. followed by funeral services at 7 P.M. See www.marchfh.
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October 2, 2005
On September 28, 2005 ESSIE M. HATCHER; loving wife of Clyde Hatcher, Sr. She is also survived by her loving children Dr. Brenda Savoy, Robin Thomas, Regg Hatcher, Sr., Cylde Hatcher, Jr. and Kevin Hatcher, Sr., a host of grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Monday after 9 A.M. The family will receive friends on Tuesday at Miracle Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church, 100 S. Rock Glen Rd., at 6:30 P.M. followed by funeral services at 7 P.M. See www.marchfh.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | September 10, 1993
The Washington Capitals haven't signed their second-leading scorer or their captain, but general manager David Poile did reach agreement with forwards Dimitri Khristich, Pat Elynuik and Alan May yesterday.Center Mike Ridley, who had 26 goals and 56 assists last season, has until tomorrow to file for arbitration.Captain Kevin Hatcher, meanwhile, has told the Capitals he has decided to play out his option. That means Hatcher can continue to negotiate through this season, and, if no agreement is reached, test free agency next summer.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 28, 1994
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals threw out the ghosts of playoffs past last night and beat the Pittsburgh Penguins, 6-3, to advance to the NHL's Eastern Conference semifinals.With confetti showering down from the stands at USAir Arena, their fans on their feet madly shaking red and white pompons and the clock winding down to zero, the Capitals hurled themselves into each other's arms in a wild celebration."This was a courageously played series, with the amount of physical play and stick work," Capitals general manager David Poile said.
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March 29, 1994
Opponent: New York IslandersSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:35TV: HTSRadio: WMAL (630 AM)Tickets: 4,000 availableOutlook: The Capitals need a victory to stay ahead of the Florida Panthers and hurt the Islanders' playoff hopes. Washington is trying to rebound off a 6-4 loss to Boston in which the Bruins scored three short-handed goals. The Islanders have lost two straight. The Caps hope to have D Kevin Hatcher (flu) and C Michal Pivonka (concussion) back tonight. G Rick Tabaracci (knee)
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By Nestor Aparicio | November 6, 1990
VS. QUEBEC NORDIQUES* WHEN: Tonight, 7:35.* WHERE: Le Colisee, Quebec City.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: The red-hot Capitals (9-7) have won four in a row and seven of nine to draw within four points of the first-place New York Rangers (11-6) in the Patrick Division. Leading the team in points with 14 are right wing John Druce (seven goals, seven assists) and Kevin Hatcher (5 and 9), shaking off his rust from being a holdout. The woeful-but-improving Nordiques (3-9-3) are in last place in the Adams Division once again, but their youth has shown promise with All-Star Joe Sakic leading the team with nine goals and 13 assists and last year's overall No. 1 draft choice Mats Sundin chipping in with 12 points.
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By Mike McAllister and Mike McAllister,Special to The Sun | March 19, 1994
DALLAS -- In their previous game, the Washington Capitals watched goaltender Don Beaupre post a milestone victory.Last night at Reunion Arena, the Capitals were witness to Dallas Stars goaltender Andy Moog's own momentous occasion.Despite firing 47 shots on goal, the Capitals lost a 6-2 decision that gave Moog his 300th career victory -- the 10th goaltender in NHL history to reach that mark.Beaupre reached 250 wins earlier in the week with a 5-4 overtime win at Pittsburgh. But the Capitals goalie lasted barely more than a period last night.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | December 26, 1993
Washington Capitals goaltender Rick Tabaracci grew up in Toronto. A city kid playing street hockey on Faye Drive with 15 or 20 other kids after school and all day on weekends.2Capitals goalie statistics through Thursday:Player ... ... MP ... GA ... SO ... Avg ... W ... L ... T ... Svs ... PctTabaracci ... 920 ... 43 ... 0 ... 2.80 ... 7 ... 8 ... 1 ... 421 ... .898Beaupre ... .. 917 .. 50 ... 0 ... 3.27 ... 8 ... 6 ... 1 ... 425 ... .882CAPITALS TONIGHTOpponent: Pittsburgh PenguinsSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:35TV: HTSRadio: WMAL (630 AM)
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 12, 1991
LANDOVER -- Michal Pivonka's second power-play goal of the game lifted the Washington Capitals to a 4-2 National Hockey League victory over the Calgary Flames before a capacity crowd of 18,130 at the Capital Centre last night.Pivonka redirected Calle Johansson's slap shot from the top of the left circle into the upper corner of the net past Flames goalie Mike Vernon with 3 minutes, 56 seconds remaining to break a 2-2 tie."Calle took the shot from outside and I just tried to get my stick on it," Pivonka said.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | January 13, 1994
The Washington Capitals, searching for consistency most of the first half of this season, seem to have found it the past 18 days. The strange thing is that consistency has come while their two star defensemen, Kevin Hatcher and Al Iafrate, have been either out of the lineup or limited by injury.In their absence, Washington has become a basic, sound defensive team. The forwards have been responsible, the defensemen have, for the most part, stayed back and concentrated on defense.It is a style that is the reverse of last season, when Hatcher, Iafrate, Sylvain Cote and Calle Johansson set an NHL record for defensemen with at least 20 goals on the same team.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | April 24, 1994
LANDOVER -- For most of the regular season, the Washington Capitals didn't play very good defense, but these are the Eastern Conference quarterfinals and the Pittsburgh Penguins are learning two lessons.Lesson one, as stated by Pittsburgh goalie Tom Barrasso:"Any team can play good defense in the playoffs. All it takes is commitment."Lesson two, as stated by Washington coach Jim Schoenfeld:"Any defense in the NHL can be made to make mistakes if enough pressure is applied."In Game 4 of this best-of-seven series, the Capitals continued their commitment to team defense and overcame a strong performance Barrasso for a 4-1 victory.
SPORTS
March 29, 1994
Opponent: New York IslandersSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:35TV: HTSRadio: WMAL (630 AM)Tickets: 4,000 availableOutlook: The Capitals need a victory to stay ahead of the Florida Panthers and hurt the Islanders' playoff hopes. Washington is trying to rebound off a 6-4 loss to Boston in which the Bruins scored three short-handed goals. The Islanders have lost two straight. The Caps hope to have D Kevin Hatcher (flu) and C Michal Pivonka (concussion) back tonight. G Rick Tabaracci (knee)
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By Mike McAllister and Mike McAllister,Special to The Sun | March 19, 1994
DALLAS -- In their previous game, the Washington Capitals watched goaltender Don Beaupre post a milestone victory.Last night at Reunion Arena, the Capitals were witness to Dallas Stars goaltender Andy Moog's own momentous occasion.Despite firing 47 shots on goal, the Capitals lost a 6-2 decision that gave Moog his 300th career victory -- the 10th goaltender in NHL history to reach that mark.Beaupre reached 250 wins earlier in the week with a 5-4 overtime win at Pittsburgh. But the Capitals goalie lasted barely more than a period last night.
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | March 1, 1994
Reading Time, Two Minutes:A Bobby Knight team (Indiana) losing by 50 to an underdog (Minnesota). On national TV, no less. Truthfully, does it get any better than this?* Please, someone, tell me the people who run the Olympic hockey tournament didn't decide the gold medal with some sort of hippy-dippy shootout. What, did they only rent the rink for three hours or something?* Quick, cancel the plans you had for Saturday afternoon. That's when USA Network sends along the 44th CFA (Cat Fanciers' Association)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | January 13, 1994
The Washington Capitals, searching for consistency most of the first half of this season, seem to have found it the past 18 days. The strange thing is that consistency has come while their two star defensemen, Kevin Hatcher and Al Iafrate, have been either out of the lineup or limited by injury.In their absence, Washington has become a basic, sound defensive team. The forwards have been responsible, the defensemen have, for the most part, stayed back and concentrated on defense.It is a style that is the reverse of last season, when Hatcher, Iafrate, Sylvain Cote and Calle Johansson set an NHL record for defensemen with at least 20 goals on the same team.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | December 31, 1993
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals must have thought they'd gone to Fantasyland last night.As a crowd of 17,616 -- 515 short of a sellout -- watched, Washington goaltender Rick Tabaracci returned to action for the first time since spraining his wrist Dec. 23 and shut out the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, 3-0, as the Capitals evened their record at 17-17-3.It was Washington's first shutout of the season and the first since Tabaracci blanked the New York Rangers on April 14.Last night, Tabaracci stopped all 26 of Anaheim's shots.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,Staff Writer | November 16, 1992
LANDOVER -- After an exhaustive review of the situation, which included a lost weekend against New Jersey, Washington Capitals coach Terry Murray saw his duty yesterday and did it:He called off practice.Complaining of being "frustrated" and noting the same trait in many of the players, Murray surmised that getting away from the rink for a while might be more beneficial than continuing to harp on the things that are plaguing his underachieving squad.Foremost among the team's problems as it returns to practice today and tomorrow before Minnesota comes to town Wednesday is its inconsistency.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | December 26, 1993
Washington Capitals goaltender Rick Tabaracci grew up in Toronto. A city kid playing street hockey on Faye Drive with 15 or 20 other kids after school and all day on weekends.2Capitals goalie statistics through Thursday:Player ... ... MP ... GA ... SO ... Avg ... W ... L ... T ... Svs ... PctTabaracci ... 920 ... 43 ... 0 ... 2.80 ... 7 ... 8 ... 1 ... 421 ... .898Beaupre ... .. 917 .. 50 ... 0 ... 3.27 ... 8 ... 6 ... 1 ... 425 ... .882CAPITALS TONIGHTOpponent: Pittsburgh PenguinsSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:35TV: HTSRadio: WMAL (630 AM)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | October 10, 1993
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Washington Capitals were sweating a lot last night, but it was a cold sweat.The New Jersey Devils ran over them like a Mack Truck.It goes in the books as New Jersey 6, Washington 4. But, really, it wasn't that competitive."We're like a deer caught in the headlights," said Capitals forward Alan May. "We'd score, get back in it and let up just a little and they'd jump all over us."Washington could neither control the puck nor defend its goal through much of the game at the Meadowlands Arena.
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