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By Nestor Aparicio | February 27, 1991
VS. NEW YORK RANGERS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:35.* WHERE: Madison Square Garden.* TV/RADIO: Ch. 20; WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: The Capitals (28-32-4) took another step backward Monday night, losing 5-1 in New Jersey. They are now five points behind the Devils for the final playoff spot. Tonight they face the Patrick Division's best in Manhattan without top goalie Don Beaupre. Jim Hrivnak, up from the Skipjacks, was pelted and pulled Monday, so Mike Liut might get the start. Left wing Dimitri Khristich remains out. This is the final meeting of the season with the Rangers (32-22-10)
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By James H. Jackson | June 16, 1992
The Washington Capitals yesterday traded left wing Nick Kypreos to the Hartford Whalers for right wing Mark Hunter and future considerations.Hunter, 29, the brother of Capitals center Dale Hunter, was a member of Calgary's 1989 Stanley Cup championship team. He has played for Hartford for the past two seasons, getting 10 goals and 13 assists in 63 games last season. His 159 penalty minutes were the second most for the Whalers last season.Kypreos, 26, was acquired by Washington in the waiver draft from Philadelphia in 1989, and scored four goals and had six assists in 65 games last season.
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By Jeff Fletcher | October 23, 1991
As they take their first Western swing of the season, the Washington Capitals will have to make some changes.But setting back watches three hours is all the change coach Terry Murray hopes to see. He wants the Caps, who have the second-most points in the NHL (14), to just keep doing what they've been doing."You can't get carried away and abandon the things that have led you to success," he said from his hotel in Edmonton, Alberta, where the Caps (7-1) will play the Oilers tonight at 9:35.
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By Ted Radick and Ted Radick,Special to The Sun | January 15, 1992
ST. LOUIS -- They may not look forward to playing short-handed, but the Washington Capitals have been acting like it lately.Mike Ridley and Dimitri Khristich scored first-period short-handed goals, as the Caps defeated the St. Louis Blues, 6-1, last night. Dale Hunter had two goals and an assist, and Dino Ciccarelli and Todd Krygier added third-period goals.The win allowed the Caps (28-15-3) to keep pace with the New York Rangers atop the Patrick Division with 59 points. The Rangers (29-17-1)
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By James H. Jackson | June 16, 1992
The Washington Capitals yesterday traded left wing Nick Kypreos to the Hartford Whalers for right wing Mark Hunter and future considerations.Hunter, 29, the brother of Capitals center Dale Hunter, was a member of Calgary's 1989 Stanley Cup championship team. He has played for Hartford for the past two seasons, getting 10 goals and 13 assists in 63 games last season. His 159 penalty minutes were the second most for the Whalers last season.Kypreos, 26, was acquired by Washington in the waiver draft from Philadelphia in 1989, and scored four goals and had six assists in 65 games last season.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 3, 1991
LANDOVER -- John Kordic didn't show because of an apparent relapse with an alcohol problem and Dale Hunter was serving the first of a four-game suspension for what the National Hockey League called a "vicious check" on Gord Murphy of the Philadelphia Flyers on Feb. 10 at the Capital Centre.But the Washington Capitals pulled themselves together in the second period and rallied for three straight goals to turn back the New York Islanders, 3-2, last night before a sellout crowd of 18,130 at the Capital Centre.
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | December 7, 1990
After Sunday's embarrassing 5-2 loss to Adirondack, a little change of personnel probably wouldn't hurt the Skipjacks.Although it comes out of necessity and not punishment, the Jacks will have a new look for tonight's American Hockey League game with the Hershey Bears at the Arena.The team's leading scorers, Alfie Turcotte and Steve Maltais, will be with the Washington Capitals at the Cap Centre tonight facing the New Jersey Devils.The Caps have sent the Jacks hard-hitting center Rob Murray, on a two-week conditioning basis, to fill the void.
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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 Ted Radick and Ted Radick,Special to The Sun | January 15, 1992
ST. LOUIS -- They may not look forward to playing short-handed, but the Washington Capitals have been acting like it lately.Mike Ridley and Dimitri Khristich scored first-period short-handed goals, as the Caps defeated the St. Louis Blues, 6-1, last night. Dale Hunter had two goals and an assist, and Dino Ciccarelli and Todd Krygier added third-period goals.The win allowed the Caps (28-15-3) to keep pace with the New York Rangers atop the Patrick Division with 59 points. The Rangers (29-17-1)
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 20, 1990
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals won't go 0-for-the Patrick Division this season, after all.After four straight losses to their division rivals, and three straight defeats overall, the Capitals beat the New York Islanders, 4-3, last night before 14,164 at the Capital Centre.A revived power play, which produced all four goals in six attempts after a 3-for-28 stretch, helped Washington (3-5) to its first win in a week. John Druce scored twice for the Capitals. Kevin Hatcher added a goal and two assists.
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By James H. Jackson | November 5, 1991
The Washington Capitals' early season success has made the rest of the NHL take notice.Washington usually begins the season on a sour note, struggles through the first three months, starts to find itself around the first of the year and makes a late-season surge to get into the playoffs.Not so this season. The Capitals have done a complete turnaround. They came out of the gate flying and give no indication of letting up. They are off to their best start (11-3-0) in franchise history, have scored the most goals (67)
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By Jeff Fletcher | October 23, 1991
As they take their first Western swing of the season, the Washington Capitals will have to make some changes.But setting back watches three hours is all the change coach Terry Murray hopes to see. He wants the Caps, who have the second-most points in the NHL (14), to just keep doing what they've been doing."You can't get carried away and abandon the things that have led you to success," he said from his hotel in Edmonton, Alberta, where the Caps (7-1) will play the Oilers tonight at 9:35.
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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 | March 3, 1991
LANDOVER -- John Kordic didn't show because of an apparent relapse with an alcohol problem and Dale Hunter was serving the first of a four-game suspension for what the National Hockey League called a "vicious check" on Gord Murphy of the Philadelphia Flyers on Feb. 10 at the Capital Centre.But the Washington Capitals pulled themselves together in the second period and rallied for three straight goals to turn back the New York Islanders, 3-2, last night before a sellout crowd of 18,130 at the Capital Centre.
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By Nestor Aparicio | February 27, 1991
VS. NEW YORK RANGERS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:35.* WHERE: Madison Square Garden.* TV/RADIO: Ch. 20; WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: The Capitals (28-32-4) took another step backward Monday night, losing 5-1 in New Jersey. They are now five points behind the Devils for the final playoff spot. Tonight they face the Patrick Division's best in Manhattan without top goalie Don Beaupre. Jim Hrivnak, up from the Skipjacks, was pelted and pulled Monday, so Mike Liut might get the start. Left wing Dimitri Khristich remains out. This is the final meeting of the season with the Rangers (32-22-10)
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By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | December 7, 1990
After Sunday's embarrassing 5-2 loss to Adirondack, a little change of personnel probably wouldn't hurt the Skipjacks.Although it comes out of necessity and not punishment, the Jacks will have a new look for tonight's American Hockey League game with the Hershey Bears at the Arena.The team's leading scorers, Alfie Turcotte and Steve Maltais, will be with the Washington Capitals at the Cap Centre tonight facing the New Jersey Devils.The Caps have sent the Jacks hard-hitting center Rob Murray, on a two-week conditioning basis, to fill the void.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 21, 1990
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals won't go 0-for-the Patrick Division this season, after all.After four straight losses to their division rivals, and three straight defeats overall, the Capitals beat the New York Islanders, 4-3, before 14,164 at the Capital Centre on Friday night.A revived power play, which produced all four goals in six attempts after a rocky three-for-28 stretch, helped Washington (3-5) to its first win in a week. John Druce scored twice for the Capitals, while Kevin Hatcher added a goal and two assists.
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By James H. Jackson | November 5, 1991
The Washington Capitals' early season success has made the rest of the NHL take notice.Washington usually begins the season on a sour note, struggles through the first three months, starts to find itself around the first of the year and makes a late-season surge to get into the playoffs.Not so this season. The Capitals have done a complete turnaround. They came out of the gate flying and give no indication of letting up. They are off to their best start (11-3-0) in franchise history, have scored the most goals (67)
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 21, 1990
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals won't go 0-for-the Patrick Division this season, after all.After four straight losses to their division rivals, and three straight defeats overall, the Capitals beat the New York Islanders, 4-3, before 14,164 at the Capital Centre on Friday night.A revived power play, which produced all four goals in six attempts after a rocky three-for-28 stretch, helped Washington (3-5) to its first win in a week. John Druce scored twice for the Capitals, while Kevin Hatcher added a goal and two assists.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 20, 1990
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals won't go 0-for-the Patrick Division this season, after all.After four straight losses to their division rivals, and three straight defeats overall, the Capitals beat the New York Islanders, 4-3, last night before 14,164 at the Capital Centre.A revived power play, which produced all four goals in six attempts after a 3-for-28 stretch, helped Washington (3-5) to its first win in a week. John Druce scored twice for the Capitals. Kevin Hatcher added a goal and two assists.
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