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By James H. Jackson | October 19, 1990
The Washington Capitals returned left wing Steve Maltais to the Baltimore Skipjacks yesterday.Maltais, last week's Player of the Week in the American Hockey )) League, will be in the lineup tonight when the Skipjacks (3-1) meet the Maine Mariners (3-1) in an AHL game at the Baltimore Arena.Maltais was called up by the Capitals on Sunday, and played against the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night.Skipjacks left wing Bob Joyce still is bothered by an injured ankle. Coach Rob Laird said everyone else is healthy.
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Basketball Knicks: Waived G John Celestand and F Stephen Howard. Raptors: Released F Kendrick Spruel and F Jacob Jaacks. SuperSonics: Waived C Ed Stokes and G James Robinson. Timberwolves: Signed free-agent C Sharone Wright. Hockey Blue Jackets: Signed LW Steve Maltais to a one-year contract. Assigned D Radim Bicanek to AHL Syracuse. Panthers: Signed D Maxim Galanov and assigned him to AHL Louisville. Sharks: Assigned LW Paul Kruse to IHL Chicago.
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By James H. Jackson | January 19, 1991
Steve Maltais scored three goals and assisted on another, powering the Baltimore Skipjacks to a 6-4 American Hockey League victory over the Capital District Islanders before 5,354 at the Baltimore Arena last night.Maltais, who raised his goal total to 26, and line mates Tim Bergland and Tim Taylor accounted for 11 points (five goals and six assists) against the Islanders."We came out hard and got a quick lead, but then we let Capital District get back in the game," Maltais said. "We kept coming back, and eventually everything turned out all right.
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By James H. Jackson | January 19, 1991
Steve Maltais scored three goals and assisted on another, powering the Baltimore Skipjacks to a 6-4 American Hockey League victory over the Capital District Islanders before 5,354 at the Baltimore Arena last night.Maltais, who raised his goal total to 26, and line mates Tim Bergland and Tim Taylor accounted for 11 points (five goals and six assists) against the Islanders."We came out hard and got a quick lead, but then we let Capital District get back in the game," Maltais said. "We kept coming back, and eventually everything turned out all right.
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By James H. Jackson | December 1, 1990
The Baltimore Skipjacks continued their high scoring last night, blasting the Utica Devils, 10-5, in an American Hockey League game before 3,669 at the Baltimore Arena.The victory, Baltimore's third in a row, moved the Skipjacks into sole possession of first place in the Southern Division, one point in front of the Adirondack Red Wings, who tied the Newmarket Saints, 5-5. The Skipjacks will play the Red Wings here tomorrow at 7:05 p.m.The Skipjacks have scored 22 goals in their past three games, and the chief point producer has been Steve Maltais, with six goals and seven assists.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 29, 1990
HERSHEY, Pa. -- Steve Maltais and Tim Taylor scored two goals each last night, leading the Baltimore Skipjacks to a 6-3 American Hockey League victory over the Hershey Bears at Hersheypark Arena.The triumph pushed the Skipjacks into a first-place tie in the Southern Division with the Adirondack Red Wings, who defeated the Capital District Islanders, 6-4. It also ended a five-game unbeaten streak by Hershey, two victories of which came against the Skipjacks. Baltimore leads the season series, 3-2."
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October 8, 2000
Basketball Knicks: Waived G John Celestand and F Stephen Howard. Raptors: Released F Kendrick Spruel and F Jacob Jaacks. SuperSonics: Waived C Ed Stokes and G James Robinson. Timberwolves: Signed free-agent C Sharone Wright. Hockey Blue Jackets: Signed LW Steve Maltais to a one-year contract. Assigned D Radim Bicanek to AHL Syracuse. Panthers: Signed D Maxim Galanov and assigned him to AHL Louisville. Sharks: Assigned LW Paul Kruse to IHL Chicago.
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By James H. Jackson | September 15, 1990
The Washington Capitals and New York Rangers battled to a 2-2 overtime tie in the opening National Hockey League exhibition game for both before a small turnout of 3,354 at the Baltimore Arena last night.Ray Sheppard and Lindy Ruff gave New York a 2-0 lead with early goals, and the Capitals rallied on goals by Mike Ridley and Steve Maltais to gain the tie.The Capitals tied the game at 10 minutes, 19 seconds of the third period on Maltais' unassisted goal. Maltais stole the puck from a defenseman, skated in on goalie John Vanbiesbrouck and shot.
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | November 29, 1990
HERSHEY, Pa. -- It was only a matter of time before the Skipjacks' sleeping giant awakened.Entering last night's game, the Hershey Bears realized that the tandem of Tim Taylor centering John Purves and Steve Maltais would be the top scoring line, and, therefore, the line to stop.With the team's leading scorer, Alfie Turcotte, back in Baltimore after his wife Suzanne gave birth to a baby boy Tuesday night, coupled with an already depleted roster (four injuries, two recalls to Washington), the Jacks were a decided underdog.
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By James H. Jackson | October 15, 1990
Don Beaupre is expected to be in goal when the Washington Capitals meet the Canadiens at the Montreal Forum tonight.Beaupre, who missed all of training camp and the preseason in a contract dispute, spent Friday and Saturday on rehabilitation assignment with the Baltimore Skipjacks of the American Hockey League and led them to 5-2 and 7-1 victories over the Fredericton Canadiens.Beaupre made 49 saves in the two wins, and two of the goals he allowed were during Fredericton power plays. After Saturday's sharp performance, in which Beaupre made 29 saves, stopping three breakaways, he was recalled to the Capitals and practiced with the National Hockey League club yesterday.
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By James H. Jackson | December 1, 1990
The Baltimore Skipjacks continued their high scoring last night, blasting the Utica Devils, 10-5, in an American Hockey League game before 3,669 at the Baltimore Arena.The victory, Baltimore's third in a row, moved the Skipjacks into sole possession of first place in the Southern Division, one point in front of the Adirondack Red Wings, who tied the Newmarket Saints, 5-5. The Skipjacks will play the Red Wings here tomorrow at 7:05 p.m.The Skipjacks have scored 22 goals in their past three games, and the chief point producer has been Steve Maltais, with six goals and seven assists.
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | November 29, 1990
HERSHEY, Pa. -- It was only a matter of time before the Skipjacks' sleeping giant awakened.Entering last night's game, the Hershey Bears realized that the tandem of Tim Taylor centering John Purves and Steve Maltais would be the top scoring line, and, therefore, the line to stop.With the team's leading scorer, Alfie Turcotte, back in Baltimore after his wife Suzanne gave birth to a baby boy Tuesday night, coupled with an already depleted roster (four injuries, two recalls to Washington), the Jacks were a decided underdog.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 29, 1990
HERSHEY, Pa. -- Steve Maltais and Tim Taylor scored two goals each last night, leading the Baltimore Skipjacks to a 6-3 American Hockey League victory over the Hershey Bears at Hersheypark Arena.The triumph pushed the Skipjacks into a first-place tie in the Southern Division with the Adirondack Red Wings, who defeated the Capital District Islanders, 6-4. It also ended a five-game unbeaten streak by Hershey, two victories of which came against the Skipjacks. Baltimore leads the season series, 3-2."
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 22, 1990
HERSHEY, Pa. -- The Hershey Bears sprinted to a 5-1 lead and then had to hang on to edge the Baltimore Skipjacks, 6-5, last night before 6,157 in the Hersheypark Arena.The loss dropped the Skipjacks' road record to 2-6-1 and their American Hockey League record to 10-9-1 and kept them from advancing in the Southern Division race. Baltimore completes its 10-game, 20-day trip tonight in Binghamton, N.Y., against the Rangers."That was a tough second period to watch," Baltimore coach Rob Laird said of a period in which the Bears outshot the Jacks, 21-14, outscored them, 3-2, and chased starting goal Ollie Kolzig.
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By James H. Jackson | October 19, 1990
The Washington Capitals returned left wing Steve Maltais to the Baltimore Skipjacks yesterday.Maltais, last week's Player of the Week in the American Hockey )) League, will be in the lineup tonight when the Skipjacks (3-1) meet the Maine Mariners (3-1) in an AHL game at the Baltimore Arena.Maltais was called up by the Capitals on Sunday, and played against the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night.Skipjacks left wing Bob Joyce still is bothered by an injured ankle. Coach Rob Laird said everyone else is healthy.
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun | October 15, 1990
It's a new season, with new players, but the same old philosophy.Ten days into the schedule, the Washington Capitals have restarted last year's trend of shuttling players back and forth on I-95.This weekend's moves included shifting Bobby Babcock back to the Skipjacks before Saturday's game, and Jim Hrivnak and Mark Ferner will join the team for tomorrow's game at the Baltimore Arena against Utica.Going south, or north actually, because the Caps are in Montreal tonight (7:35, WCAO-AM 600)
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun | October 15, 1990
It's a new season, with new players, but the same old philosophy.Ten days into the schedule, the Washington Capitals have restarted last year's trend of shuttling players back and forth on I-95.This weekend's moves included shifting Bobby Babcock back to the Skipjacks before Saturday's game, and Jim Hrivnak and Mark Ferner will join the team for tomorrow's game at the Baltimore Arena against Utica.Going south, or north actually, because the Caps are in Montreal tonight (7:35, WCAO-AM 600)
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 22, 1990
HERSHEY, Pa. -- The Hershey Bears sprinted to a 5-1 lead and then had to hang on to edge the Baltimore Skipjacks, 6-5, last night before 6,157 in the Hersheypark Arena.The loss dropped the Skipjacks' road record to 2-6-1 and their American Hockey League record to 10-9-1 and kept them from advancing in the Southern Division race. Baltimore completes its 10-game, 20-day trip tonight in Binghamton, N.Y., against the Rangers."That was a tough second period to watch," Baltimore coach Rob Laird said of a period in which the Bears outshot the Jacks, 21-14, outscored them, 3-2, and chased starting goal Ollie Kolzig.
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By James H. Jackson | October 15, 1990
Don Beaupre is expected to be in goal when the Washington Capitals meet the Canadiens at the Montreal Forum tonight.Beaupre, who missed all of training camp and the preseason in a contract dispute, spent Friday and Saturday on rehabilitation assignment with the Baltimore Skipjacks of the American Hockey League and led them to 5-2 and 7-1 victories over the Fredericton Canadiens.Beaupre made 49 saves in the two wins, and two of the goals he allowed were during Fredericton power plays. After Saturday's sharp performance, in which Beaupre made 29 saves, stopping three breakaways, he was recalled to the Capitals and practiced with the National Hockey League club yesterday.
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By James H. Jackson | October 14, 1990
The Baltimore Skipjacks out-skated, outhit and outscored th Fredericton Canadiens in a 5-2 American Hockey Leaguehome-opening victory Friday night before 3,199 at the Baltimore Arena.Five Skipjacks scored, and Don Beaupre, on rehabilitation assignment from the Washington Capitals, was outstanding in goal.Thomas Sjogren, Jeff Greenlaw, Reggie Savage, John Purves and Steve Maltais scored for Baltimore. Alfie Turcotte and Chris Felix had two assists each."It was nice to finally score a goal," said Maltais, who scored his first of the season by converting a perfect pass from Purves during a power play in the second period.
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