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December 20, 1995
Avalanche: Patrick Roy is 1-3 since being traded to Colorado. His former team, Montreal, is 4-2-1 since the trade.Blues: Grant Fuhr, who has started every game, tied his career high with his 33rd consecutive start. He had earlier reached that milestone during the 1987-88 season as a member of the Oilers.
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January 13, 2010
Goaltender Curtis Joseph has retired, ending a 19-year career in the NHL in which he was No. 4 in career victories. Joseph, 42, had 454 victories, trailing only Martin Brodeur (585), Patrick Roy (551) and Ed Belfour (484). He said Tuesday in Toronto he had a "great career" and "didn't leave anything on the table." •Fox SportsNet Pittsburgh indefinitely suspended producer Lowell MacDonald Jr. for not quickly showing a replay that could have caused a short-handed goal to be awarded to Flyers forward Simon Gagne against the Penguins on Thursday.
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March 4, 1995
Opponent: Montreal CanadiensSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:30Radio: WMAL (630 AM)Outlook: The Capitals are coming off their first road victory of the season, Thursday's 4-3 win over the New York Islanders. Rookie G Jim Carey, who was called up from the AHL on Wednesday, got the victory and will play again tonight. The Caps play four of their next five games at home. The Canadiens, who haven't played since Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Islanders, have dropped three straight to fall to 7-8-4.
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December 22, 2009
Martin Brodeur broke the NHL record with his 104th career shutout, and maybe the only surprise was how easily it came against the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. Brodeur needed to make only a few difficult saves while breaking Terry Sawchuk's shutout record, further strengthening his case to be considered the best goaltender to play the game, and the streaking New Jersey Devils had little trouble beating host Pittsburgh 4-0 on Monday night. "It's great, but I wasn't focusing on it," Brodeur said after making 35 saves.
SPORTS
January 13, 2010
Goaltender Curtis Joseph has retired, ending a 19-year career in the NHL in which he was No. 4 in career victories. Joseph, 42, had 454 victories, trailing only Martin Brodeur (585), Patrick Roy (551) and Ed Belfour (484). He said Tuesday in Toronto he had a "great career" and "didn't leave anything on the table." •Fox SportsNet Pittsburgh indefinitely suspended producer Lowell MacDonald Jr. for not quickly showing a replay that could have caused a short-handed goal to be awarded to Flyers forward Simon Gagne against the Penguins on Thursday.
SPORTS
December 17, 2009
The NHL is considering adding a Winter Classic outdoor game for Canadian teams as soon as next season. So far the league's annual outdoor game on New Year's Day has matched up teams from American cities with strong hockey followings. Adding Canadian teams was considered for 2010 but didn't happen. "It's something we're going to look at for next season," Commissioner Gary Bettman said Wednesday. "We'll see if we can make that happen." The Bruins and Flyers are scheduled to play Jan. 1 at Fenway Park in Boston in the third Classic.
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December 22, 2009
Martin Brodeur broke the NHL record with his 104th career shutout, and maybe the only surprise was how easily it came against the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. Brodeur needed to make only a few difficult saves while breaking Terry Sawchuk's shutout record, further strengthening his case to be considered the best goaltender to play the game, and the streaking New Jersey Devils had little trouble beating host Pittsburgh 4-0 on Monday night. "It's great, but I wasn't focusing on it," Brodeur said after making 35 saves.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | December 13, 1993
QUEBEC -- The Washington Capitals have come to this picturesque, snow-covered city to find out if they can play three terrific games in a row by beating the Quebec Nordiques tonight.The Capitals have knocked off the Philadelphia Flyers, 4-2, and the Montreal Canadiens, 5-3, on a three-game Eastern Conference road trip that concludes here.They've done it with solid defense and a simple but surprisingly potent offense. And a big part of that offensive burst has been generated by second-year player Keith Jones, who has three goals in two games and nearly knocked in the game-winner Saturday on a breakaway against Montreal's Patrick Roy."
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By BOSTON GLOBE | June 12, 1996
MIAMI -- The signs were there throughout the playoffs. The familiar swagger, the wink, the wisecracks, the impish smile. Patrick Roy, Colorado's unflappable goaltender, had it all going. But he most definitely saved the best for last.He wrapped up the third Stanley Cup championship of his 11-year career with a perfect performance Monday night, making 63 saves in a 1-0 triple-overtime victory over the Florida Panthers that completed a four-game sweep and gave the Avalanche (formerly Quebec Nordiques)
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By SANDRA MCKEE and SANDRA MCKEE,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2000
WASHINGTON - Colorado goalie Patrick Roy had hoped to make National Hockey League history last night. All he needed was a victory against the Washington Capitals, who had not won a game this season. If he got it, Roy would be the winningest goalie in league history. The Avalanche might have expected it to be easy. But the Capitals had other ideas. Playing a game worthy of a historic moment, Washington put together its best game of the season to make Roy wait until there was 2:23 left in overtime last night to earn his record 448th career victory when Peter Forsberg scored a power-play goal for a 4-3 victory.
SPORTS
December 17, 2009
The NHL is considering adding a Winter Classic outdoor game for Canadian teams as soon as next season. So far the league's annual outdoor game on New Year's Day has matched up teams from American cities with strong hockey followings. Adding Canadian teams was considered for 2010 but didn't happen. "It's something we're going to look at for next season," Commissioner Gary Bettman said Wednesday. "We'll see if we can make that happen." The Bruins and Flyers are scheduled to play Jan. 1 at Fenway Park in Boston in the third Classic.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | February 20, 2008
When he was 3, St. Paul's goalie Tyler Kapp talked his father, Tom, into buying him an action figure of Colorado Avalanche Hall of Fame goaltender Patrick Roy. Kapp learned to skate and was in goal the next year. On Friday, Kapp, who has a 3.2 grade point average, led the Crusaders (16-1-1) to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference championship with a 9-2 win over St. Mary's. In his second season on varsity, he finished 14-1-1 with a .940 save percentage, allowing 1.5 goals per game.
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By SANDRA MCKEE and SANDRA MCKEE,SUN STAFF | October 18, 2000
WASHINGTON - Colorado goalie Patrick Roy had hoped to make National Hockey League history last night. All he needed was a victory against the Washington Capitals, who had not won a game this season. If he got it, Roy would be the winningest goalie in league history. The Avalanche might have expected it to be easy. But the Capitals had other ideas. Playing a game worthy of a historic moment, Washington put together its best game of the season to make Roy wait until there was 2:23 left in overtime last night to earn his record 448th career victory when Peter Forsberg scored a power-play goal for a 4-3 victory.
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November 6, 1999
Avalanche: Patrick Roy stopped 25 shots for his 418th career victory. Blackhawks: Chicago is 5-1-2 all-time against the second-year Predators. Over the same period, it is 27-46-4 against the rest of the league.
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By BOSTON GLOBE | June 12, 1996
MIAMI -- The signs were there throughout the playoffs. The familiar swagger, the wink, the wisecracks, the impish smile. Patrick Roy, Colorado's unflappable goaltender, had it all going. But he most definitely saved the best for last.He wrapped up the third Stanley Cup championship of his 11-year career with a perfect performance Monday night, making 63 saves in a 1-0 triple-overtime victory over the Florida Panthers that completed a four-game sweep and gave the Avalanche (formerly Quebec Nordiques)
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March 4, 1995
Opponent: Montreal CanadiensSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7:30Radio: WMAL (630 AM)Outlook: The Capitals are coming off their first road victory of the season, Thursday's 4-3 win over the New York Islanders. Rookie G Jim Carey, who was called up from the AHL on Wednesday, got the victory and will play again tonight. The Caps play four of their next five games at home. The Canadiens, who haven't played since Tuesday's 2-1 loss to the Islanders, have dropped three straight to fall to 7-8-4.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | February 20, 2008
When he was 3, St. Paul's goalie Tyler Kapp talked his father, Tom, into buying him an action figure of Colorado Avalanche Hall of Fame goaltender Patrick Roy. Kapp learned to skate and was in goal the next year. On Friday, Kapp, who has a 3.2 grade point average, led the Crusaders (16-1-1) to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference championship with a 9-2 win over St. Mary's. In his second season on varsity, he finished 14-1-1 with a .940 save percentage, allowing 1.5 goals per game.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | December 13, 1993
QUEBEC -- The Washington Capitals have come to this picturesque, snow-covered city to find out if they can play three terrific games in a row by beating the Quebec Nordiques tonight.The Capitals have knocked off the Philadelphia Flyers, 4-2, and the Montreal Canadiens, 5-3, on a three-game Eastern Conference road trip that concludes here.They've done it with solid defense and a simple but surprisingly potent offense. And a big part of that offensive burst has been generated by second-year player Keith Jones, who has three goals in two games and nearly knocked in the game-winner Saturday on a breakaway against Montreal's Patrick Roy."
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