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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | March 11, 1992
Don't listen to talk of an NHL players' strike -- particularly any talk that includes a strike date -- Washington Capitals goalie Mike Liut says."We have not decided to strike, and we have not discussed a strike date," said Liut, Capitals player representative.Liut said reports that speculate about a strike after April 5, the last day of the regular season, might have emanated from the owners."They've been leaking information about the talks to the media or somebody," Liut said. "It's obvious they should all fine themselves $250,000 for breaking their own gag rule.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | March 11, 1992
Don't listen to talk of an NHL players' strike -- particularly any talk that includes a strike date -- Washington Capitals goalie Mike Liut says."We have not decided to strike, and we have not discussed a strike date," said Liut, Capitals player representative.Liut said reports that speculate about a strike after April 5, the last day of the regular season, might have emanated from the owners."They've been leaking information about the talks to the media or somebody," Liut said. "It's obvious they should all fine themselves $250,000 for breaking their own gag rule.
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By James H. Jackson | April 4, 1991
The Washington Capitals yesterday lost goaltender Mike Liut with a bruised ankle when he was hit by a puck in practice.Jim Hrivnak was recalled from the Baltimore Skipjacks as an emergency backup to Don Beaupre for last night's opening Stanley Cup playoff game at Madison Square Garden against the New York Rangers.Liut is expected to practice today, and Hrivnak is expected to be returned to the Skipjacks in time for their Calder Cup playoff opener tomorrow against the Binghamton Rangers in Binghamton, N.Y. The Skipjacks have, therefore, not recalled a goalie to replace Hrivnak.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 25, 1992
LANDOVER -- An eight-day All-Star break from NHL action didn't change much in the Washington Capitals.The Capitals, who struggled at a 2-2-1 pace entering the break, couldn't recapture their first-half magic and lost meekly to the New Jersey Devils, 5-2, last night at the Capital Centre before 16,483.Washington had trouble in almost every phase of the game and fell behind by 5-0 at the end of the second period to the Devils.Soviet rookies Valeri Zelepukin and Alexander Semak did most of the damage in the first two periods, combining for three goals and one assist to lead the assault on goaltender Mike Liut.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 12, 1990
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals made it look easy against the Philadelphia Flyers last night.The Capitals used some flashy passing on breakaways, balanced scoring and outstanding goaltending by Mike Liut to deal the Flyers a 4-1 defeat at the Capital Centre.Dino Ciccarelli led the Washington offense with a goal and an assist, as he continued to improve quickly after being out for 21 games with a broken thumb.Mike Ridley, Alfie Turcotte and Dale Hunter also scored goals for the Capitals, and Mikhail Tatarinov had two assists.
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By Paul Doyle and Paul Doyle,Special to The Sun | January 5, 1992
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Just when the Capitals finally figured Peter Sidorkiewicz out, the Hartford Whalers did them one better. They figured the Capitals out.The Capitals held on for a 2-2 tie at the Hartford Civic Center last night, after controlling play for more than two periods.But after Washington scored the tying and go-ahead goals on the power play against Hartford goalie Sidorkiewicz early in the third period, they caved in. Hartford tied it and outplayed Washington the rest of the game.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 2, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals are on a roll.They lead the NHL in wins (10), are in first place in the Patrick Division (10-3-0), lead the league in scoring (60 goals) and have not allowed a goal in six periods.Last night, before 16,192 at the Capital Centre, the Capitals ripped the Toronto Maple Leafs, 4-0, for their second shutout win in a row.Dino Ciccarelli, Calle Johansson, Todd Krygier and Michal Pivonka scored for the Capitals, who are 5-1 at home. Washington is two points ahead of the idle New York Rangers in the Patrick Division.
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By Nestor Aparicio | April 4, 1991
The Skipjacks got bad news after yesterday's practice when goalie Jim Hrivnak was recalled by the Washington Capitals to replace ailing Mike Liut.Liut sustained a bruised ankle from a shot during the Caps' morning skate yesterday in Manhattan. Hrivnak boarded a plane in the afternoon and was on the bench at Madison Square Garden last night when the Caps lost 2-1 to the Rangers with Don Beaupre in goal.Coach Terry Murray said that Liut was expected to attempt practice this morning and, if he's available for tomorrow's second game with the Rangers, Hrivnak would meet the Jacks in Binghamton, where they will begin their first-round playoff series with the AHL Rangers tomorrow night.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 25, 1992
LANDOVER -- An eight-day All-Star break from NHL action didn't change much in the Washington Capitals.The Capitals, who struggled at a 2-2-1 pace entering the break, couldn't recapture their first-half magic and lost meekly to the New Jersey Devils, 5-2, last night at the Capital Centre before 16,483.Washington had trouble in almost every phase of the game and fell behind by 5-0 at the end of the second period to the Devils.Soviet rookies Valeri Zelepukin and Alexander Semak did most of the damage in the first two periods, combining for three goals and one assist to lead the assault on goaltender Mike Liut.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 6, 1991
LANDOVER -- Dimitri Khristich's third-period goal earned the Washington Capitals a 3-3 tie with the Los Angeles Kings last night in a National Hockey League game before 17,583 at the Capital Centre.The Capitals, trailing the Kings, 3-1, midway through the second period, rallied for a pair of goals to pull out the one point in thestandings. Washington is three points behind the New Jersey Devils, who lost to the New York Islanders, 4-3, in the battle for the final Stanley Cup playoff berth from the Patrick Division.
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By Paul Doyle and Paul Doyle,Special to The Sun | January 5, 1992
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Just when the Capitals finally figured Peter Sidorkiewicz out, the Hartford Whalers did them one better. They figured the Capitals out.The Capitals held on for a 2-2 tie at the Hartford Civic Center last night, after controlling play for more than two periods.But after Washington scored the tying and go-ahead goals on the power play against Hartford goalie Sidorkiewicz early in the third period, they caved in. Hartford tied it and outplayed Washington the rest of the game.
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By Cynthia Lambert and Cynthia Lambert,Special to The Sun | November 26, 1991
DETROIT -- Washington Capitals coach Terry Murray exonerated starting goalie Mike Liut for giving up four goals in the first 13 minutes, 6 seconds of last night's game at Joe Louis Arena.But the rest of the Capitals weren't relieved of blame in Washington's 5-4 loss to the Red Wings, helping to extend Detroit's unbeaten streak to 10 games (8-0-2)."I don't blame him whatsoever," Murray said of Liut, who was removed after Detroit's fourth goal, in favor of Don Beaupre. "I took him out because I wanted to change things, change the tempo, change the game."
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By Cynthia Lambert and Cynthia Lambert,Special to The Sun | November 26, 1991
DETROIT -- Washington Capitals coach Terry Murray exonerated starting goalie Mike Liut for giving up four goals in the first 13 minutes, 6 seconds of last night's game at Joe Louis Arena.But the rest of the Capitals weren't relieved of blame in Washington's 5-4 loss to the Red Wings, helping to extend Detroit's unbeaten streak to 10 games (8-0-2)."I don't blame him whatsoever," Murray said of Liut, who was removed after Detroit's fourth goal, in favor of Don Beaupre. "I took him out because I wanted to change things, change the tempo, change the game."
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 2, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals are on a roll.They lead the NHL in wins (10), are in first place in the Patrick Division (10-3-0), lead the league in scoring (60 goals) and have not allowed a goal in six periods.Last night, before 16,192 at the Capital Centre, the Capitals ripped the Toronto Maple Leafs, 4-0, for their second shutout win in a row.Dino Ciccarelli, Calle Johansson, Todd Krygier and Michal Pivonka scored for the Capitals, who are 5-1 at home. Washington is two points ahead of the idle New York Rangers in the Patrick Division.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 19, 1991
LANDOVER -- Few, including Washington Capitals coach Terry Murray, ever thought a 6-1 record to start the season would b e more than a dream.After all it took the Capitals 18 seasons to get off to a modest 2-0 start."
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By James H. Jackson HOCKEY | May 30, 1991
The Washington Capitals have made 15 players -- and coach Terry Murray -- available for today's expansion draft.The San Jose Sharks, who will start play in October, and the Minnesota North Stars each will select 10 players, one from each of the other 20 teams."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 19, 1991
LANDOVER -- Few, including Washington Capitals coach Terry Murray, ever thought a 6-1 record to start the season would b e more than a dream.After all it took the Capitals 18 seasons to get off to a modest 2-0 start."
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By Cynthia Lambert and Cynthia Lambert,Special to The Sun | November 26, 1991
DETROIT -- Washington Capitals coach Terry Murray exonerated starting goalie Mike Liut for giving up four goals in the first 13 minutes, 6 seconds of last night's game at Joe Louis Arena.But the rest of the Capitals weren't relieved of blame in Washington's 5-4 loss to the Red Wings, helping to extend Detroit's unbeaten streak to 10 games (8-0-2)."I don't blame him whatsoever," Murray said of Liut, who was removed after Detroit's fourth goal, in favor of Don Beaupre. "I took him out because I wanted to change things, change the tempo, change the game."
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By Nestor Aparicio | April 4, 1991
The Skipjacks got bad news after yesterday's practice when goalie Jim Hrivnak was recalled by the Washington Capitals to replace ailing Mike Liut.Liut sustained a bruised ankle from a shot during the Caps' morning skate yesterday in Manhattan. Hrivnak boarded a plane in the afternoon and was on the bench at Madison Square Garden last night when the Caps lost 2-1 to the Rangers with Don Beaupre in goal.Coach Terry Murray said that Liut was expected to attempt practice this morning and, if he's available for tomorrow's second game with the Rangers, Hrivnak would meet the Jacks in Binghamton, where they will begin their first-round playoff series with the AHL Rangers tomorrow night.
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By James H. Jackson | April 4, 1991
The Washington Capitals yesterday lost goaltender Mike Liut with a bruised ankle when he was hit by a puck in practice.Jim Hrivnak was recalled from the Baltimore Skipjacks as an emergency backup to Don Beaupre for last night's opening Stanley Cup playoff game at Madison Square Garden against the New York Rangers.Liut is expected to practice today, and Hrivnak is expected to be returned to the Skipjacks in time for their Calder Cup playoff opener tomorrow against the Binghamton Rangers in Binghamton, N.Y. The Skipjacks have, therefore, not recalled a goalie to replace Hrivnak.
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