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By James H. Jackson | December 17, 1990
Rookie goalie Tom Draper made 42 saves to hand the Baltimore Skipjacks their first shutout of the American Hockey League season last night as the Moncton Hawks scored a 3-0 victory at the Baltimore Arena.Draper made several big saves down the stretch and raised his record to 5-2-0 in the process."I had a lot of help," Draper said. "My defense did a good job. They checked well and didn't allow Baltimore to get the rebounds. It was a very satisfying win. It's always nice to get your first shutout of the season."
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July 31, 2005
On July 15, 2005, GRACE E. (nee Mac Leod), a Canadian citizen and a 50 year resident of Catonsville MD. Beloved wife of the late John M. Brown; devoted mother of Sharon Garry and her husband William, Jan Stevenson and her husband Ronald; dear grandmother of Bill and Shelly Garry, Scot and Sarah Garry, Carri and Luke Simpson, and Lisa and Kevin Jones; loving great-grandmother of T.J., Jessica, Kay Lee Grace, Zachary, Grace, Jacob and Ryan. Memorial Services will be held at the Christian Temple, 5820 Edmondson Ave, August 7th at 2 P.M. Inurnment in Moncton, N.B. Canada.
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By Jerry McLaughlin and Jerry McLaughlin,Contributing Writer | March 25, 1992
MONCTON, New Brunswick -- The Skipjacks' woes continued last night as they lost an 8-3 decision to the Moncton Hawks before 5,880 at the Moncton Civic Center.The defeat, Baltimore's ninth game without a win, also left the Skipjacks winless for the six-game trip to the Maritime Provinces, prompting coach Barry Trotz to hold a closed door meeting afterward, which lasted about an hour after the final buzzer had sounded.The Skipjacks showed some fire in the opening period against the Hawks, battling back from a 3-0 deficit to pull even.
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By Gerry McLaughlin and Gerry McLaughlin,Contributing Writer | April 5, 1993
MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK -- Playing their seventh game on a 10-day road trip, the Baltimore Skipjacks grabbed an early 3-1 lead but ran out of gas, losing 5-4 to the Moncton Hawks in an American Hockey League game yesterday.Jason Wooley and John Slaney sandwiched Skipjacks goals around one by Ken Gernander to give Baltimore a 2-1 lead after the first period.Eric Murano scored on Baltimore's first shot of the second period at 1:34, putting the Skipjacks ahead 3-1, but it was all down hill after that.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 2, 1993
Help for the Skipjacks came from two unlikely sources.Offensive help came from a defenseman. Defensive help came from the bench.Defenseman John Slaney, who had scored 12 goals all season, slapped in two to lead the Skipjacks to a 6-3 victory over the Moncton Hawks last night before 1,896 at the Baltimore Arena. It ended a four-game Moncton winning streak.Defensive help arrived in the second period in the person of Byron Dafoe. He came off the bench to replace Duane Derksen, who was pulled by coach Barry Trotz after allowing the first two Moncton goals.
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By Special to The Sun | November 8, 1990
MONCTON, New Brunswick -- The Baltimore Skipjacks and Moncton Hawks, the American Hockey League's divisional leaders, skated to a 2-2 tie at the Coliseum last night.Baltimore boosted its Southern Division lead to two points over the second-place Adirondack Red Wings, who had the night off. Moncton stayed on top in the Northern Division by two points over Halifax, which tied Capital District, 7-7.The Skipjacks battled back from a 2-0 deficit, getting goals from Kent Paynter and Todd Hlushko in the third period to send the game into overtime.
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By James H. Jackson | December 16, 1990
The Baltimore Skipjacks broke a two-game losing streak and moved into first place in the American Hockey League's Southern Division by defeating the Moncton Hawks, 2-1, before 3,544 at the Baltimore Arena last night.The victory at the Baltimore Arena put the Skipjacks one point ahead of the Adirondack Red Wings, who lost to the Binghamton Rangers, 5-4Joel Quenneville and John Purves scored for the Skipjacks, who played a tight defensive game, allowing the Hawks only 19 shots. Friday night, the Skipjacks blew a 5-2 first-period lead and lost to the Rochester Americans, 6-5. "We had a team meeting today (yesterday)
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By Special to The Sun | November 12, 1990
MONCTON, New Brunswick -- Steve Seftel scored two goals in the second period to break a 1-1 tie and lead Baltimore over Moncton, 5-1, yesterday in American Hockey League action.The Skipjacks broke Moncton's six-game home unbeaten streak and moved two points ahead of Adirondack at the top of the Southern Division.Baltimore's Tim Taylor scored the only goal of the first period. Moncton, the Northern Division leader, tied the game early in the second on a power-play goal by rookie Scott Levins.
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By Jerry McLaughlin and Jerry McLaughlin,Contributing Writer | March 25, 1992
MONCTON, New Brunswick -- The Skipjacks' woes continued last night as they lost an 8-3 decision to the Moncton Hawks before 5,880 at the Moncton Civic Center.The defeat stretched Baltimore's winless streak to nine games, including its six-game trip to the Maritime Provinces, prompting coach Barry Trotz to hold a closed door meeting afterward, which lasted about an hour after the final buzzer.The Skipjacks showed some fire in the opening period against the Hawks, battling back from a 3-0 deficit to pull even.
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By James H. Jackson | January 15, 1992
For the Baltimore Skipjacks, it's either feast or famine. After nearly a month of famine, the Skipjacks appear to have begun another feast.Baltimore's unbeaten streak stretched to three games last night with a 5-3 victory over the Moncton Hawks at the Baltimore Arena as the Skipjacks rallied with three third-period goals.The victory was the second straight at home for the Skipjacks, who moved into a first-place tie in the AHL Southern Division with the idle Utica Devils.Tim Bergland was the chief architect of the Baltimore victory, with two goals and two assists, including the goal that broke a 3-3 tie at 18:13 of the final period.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 2, 1993
Help for the Skipjacks came from two unlikely sources.Offensive help came from a defenseman. Defensive help came from the bench.Defenseman John Slaney, who had scored 12 goals all season, slapped in two to lead the Skipjacks to a 6-3 victory over the Moncton Hawks last night before 1,896 at the Baltimore Arena. It ended a four-game Moncton winning streak.Defensive help arrived in the second period in the person of Byron Dafoe. He came off the bench to replace Duane Derksen, who was pulled by coach Barry Trotz after allowing the first two Moncton goals.
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By Jerry McLaughlin and Jerry McLaughlin,Contributing Writer | March 25, 1992
MONCTON, New Brunswick -- The Skipjacks' woes continued last night as they lost an 8-3 decision to the Moncton Hawks before 5,880 at the Moncton Civic Center.The defeat stretched Baltimore's winless streak to nine games, including its six-game trip to the Maritime Provinces, prompting coach Barry Trotz to hold a closed door meeting afterward, which lasted about an hour after the final buzzer.The Skipjacks showed some fire in the opening period against the Hawks, battling back from a 3-0 deficit to pull even.
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By Jerry McLaughlin and Jerry McLaughlin,Contributing Writer | March 25, 1992
MONCTON, New Brunswick -- The Skipjacks' woes continued last night as they lost an 8-3 decision to the Moncton Hawks before 5,880 at the Moncton Civic Center.The defeat, Baltimore's ninth game without a win, also left the Skipjacks winless for the six-game trip to the Maritime Provinces, prompting coach Barry Trotz to hold a closed door meeting afterward, which lasted about an hour after the final buzzer had sounded.The Skipjacks showed some fire in the opening period against the Hawks, battling back from a 3-0 deficit to pull even.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Evening Sun Staff | January 15, 1992
For the Skipjacks, it's either feast or famine. After nearly a month of famine, the team appears to have begun another feast.Baltimore's unbeaten streak stretched to three games last night with a 5-3 victory over the Moncton Hawks at the Arena as the Skipjacks scored three final-period goals.The victory was the second straight at home for the Skipjacks, who moved into a first-place tie in the AHL's Southern Division with the idle Utica Devils.Tim Bergland was the chief architect of the Baltimore victory, with two goals and two assists, including the goal that broke a 3-3 tie at 18 minutes, 13 seconds of the third period.
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By James H. Jackson | January 15, 1992
For the Baltimore Skipjacks, it's either feast or famine. After nearly a month of famine, the Skipjacks appear to have begun another feast.Baltimore's unbeaten streak stretched to three games last night with a 5-3 victory over the Moncton Hawks at the Baltimore Arena as the Skipjacks rallied with three third-period goals.The victory was the second straight at home for the Skipjacks, who moved into a first-place tie in the AHL Southern Division with the idle Utica Devils.Tim Bergland was the chief architect of the Baltimore victory, with two goals and two assists, including the goal that broke a 3-3 tie at 18:13 of the final period.
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By James H. Jackson | December 17, 1990
Rookie goalie Tom Draper made 42 saves to hand the Baltimore Skipjacks their first shutout of the American Hockey League season last night as the Moncton Hawks scored a 3-0 victory at the Baltimore Arena.Draper made several big saves down the stretch and raised his record to 5-2-0 in the process."I had a lot of help," Draper said. "My defense did a good job. They checked well and didn't allow Baltimore to get the rebounds. It was a very satisfying win. It's always nice to get your first shutout of the season."
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By Nestor Aparicio | November 7, 1990
VS. MONCTON HAWKS* WHEN: Tonight, 6:30.* WHERE: The Coliseum, Moncton, New Brunswick.* RADIO: WLIF-AM 1300.* OUTLOOK: The Jacks (8-4) play the second game of their 10-game road trip after losing 7-5 in Halifax Sunday. The defense and goaltending are struggling badly, allowing 18 goals in the past three games. However, the Jacks are still in first place in the Southern Division and are averaging more than five goals per game, highest in the AHL. The Hawks (7-4-5), led by Guy Larose (13 goals, six assists)
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By Gerry McLaughlin and Gerry McLaughlin,Contributing Writer | April 5, 1993
MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK -- Playing their seventh game on a 10-day road trip, the Baltimore Skipjacks grabbed an early 3-1 lead but ran out of gas, losing 5-4 to the Moncton Hawks in an American Hockey League game yesterday.Jason Wooley and John Slaney sandwiched Skipjacks goals around one by Ken Gernander to give Baltimore a 2-1 lead after the first period.Eric Murano scored on Baltimore's first shot of the second period at 1:34, putting the Skipjacks ahead 3-1, but it was all down hill after that.
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By James H. Jackson | December 16, 1990
The Baltimore Skipjacks broke a two-game losing streak and moved into first place in the American Hockey League's Southern Division by defeating the Moncton Hawks, 2-1, before 3,544 at the Baltimore Arena last night.The victory at the Baltimore Arena put the Skipjacks one point ahead of the Adirondack Red Wings, who lost to the Binghamton Rangers, 5-4Joel Quenneville and John Purves scored for the Skipjacks, who played a tight defensive game, allowing the Hawks only 19 shots. Friday night, the Skipjacks blew a 5-2 first-period lead and lost to the Rochester Americans, 6-5. "We had a team meeting today (yesterday)
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | November 12, 1990
MONCTON, New Brunswick -- Steve Seftel scored two goals in the second period to break a 1-1 tie and lead Baltimore over Moncton, 5-1, yesterday in American Hockey League action.The Skipjacks broke Moncton's six-game home unbeaten streak and moved two points ahead of Adirondack at the top of the Southern Division.Baltimore's Tim Taylor scored the only goal of the first period. Moncton, the Northern Division leader, tied the game early in the second on a power-play goal by rookie Scott Levins.
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