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October 27, 1996
Opponent: Providence BruinsSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 6Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM)Outlook: The Bandits won in Providence, R.I., two weeks ago, 8-5, and the Bruins haven't gotten things straightened out since, carrying a 2-6 record into tonight's game. By saving 39 of 40 shots Friday night against Albany, Mike Bales' save percentage is .927, fourth best in the AHL.Pub Date: 10/27/96
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Sports Digest | May 27, 2012
NHL Capitals send Bourque to Bruins for Hamill The Washington Capitals acquired center Zach Hamill from the Boston Bruins for left wing Chris Bourque . Hamill, 23, recorded eight goals and 13assists in 41 games last season with the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound center had two assists in 16games with Boston in 2011-12. Bourque, 26, had 27goals and 66 assists in 73games with the Hershey Bears in 2011-12.
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By Scott Pianowski and Scott Pianowski,Contributing Writer | January 25, 1993
PROVIDENCE, R. I. -- When is the last time you heard of an ice hockey game being postponed by mud?It happened last night, as the American Hockey League game between the Baltimore Skipjacks and Providence Bruins was postponed because of unplayable ice conditions at the Providence Civic Center.Two monster truck pulls were held at the arena Friday and Saturday night, and as a result the ice surface for last night's game was a sea of mud, dirt, and slop.The contest has been rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 17, with faceoff set for 7:05 p.m."
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 15, 1997
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Bandits got early first-period goals 14 seconds apart by Brian Corcoran and Nikolai Tsulygin, and rode that fast start last night to a 4-2 win over the Providence Bruins.Bandits goaltender Tom Askey made 42 saves. Baltimore took advantage of a flat-footed Bruins defense on each of the first goals.Both came off the sticks of Bandits defensemen, who were met with no resistance as they pinched in from the blue line.Corcoran scored at 4: 47 from the right circle, as he skated in to accept a nifty pass from Baltimore center Bob Wren.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 15, 1997
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Bandits got early first-period goals 14 seconds apart by Brian Corcoran and Nikolai Tsulygin, and rode that fast start last night to a 4-2 win over the Providence Bruins.Bandits goaltender Tom Askey made 42 saves. Baltimore took advantage of a flat-footed Bruins defense on each of the first goals.Both came off the sticks of Bandits defensemen, who were met with no resistance as they pinched in from the blue line.Corcoran scored at 4: 47 from the right circle, as he skated in to accept a nifty pass from Baltimore center Bob Wren.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | October 24, 1995
Hockey teams convert an average of about 18 percent of their power play opportunities. Conversely, teams kill penalties at about an 82 percent rate.Which brings us to the current travail of the Baltimore Bandits, who play the Providence Bruins (2-4-1) at Baltimore Arena tonight at 7 (WITH, 1230 AM). The Bandits, when competing a man down, have now allowed 20 goals, or 2 1/2 a game. On the power play, they have scored eight times, or one goal a game. It's called deficit spending.When last appearing at home, against Worcester on Wednesday, the Bandits not only posted their first victory, but also outdid the opposition on special teams.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 15, 1993
The Skipjacks completed a three-games-in-three-days stretc with a 6-4 loss to the Providence Bruins last night before 1,777 at the Baltimore Arena.The Bruins' Jim Vesey scored three goals, including the game-winner with 7:49 left. He has 33 goals for the season. Vesey, 27, has been a pro since 1988, but has made only cameo appearances in the NHL with St. Louis and Boston.The Skipjacks entered the final period behind 3-1, but pulled to 3-2 on a goal by Al MacIsaac at 3:15 into the period.Less than two minutes later, Providence's Tod Hartje made it 4-2.Randy Pearce brought Baltimore to 4-3 and Brad Schlegel tied it at 4 with 11:10 left, but Vesey then gave the Bruins the lead they never surrendered.
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 11, 1995
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- They were a team in desperate need of a win, and with a one-goal lead over the Providence Bruins with 27 seconds left in regulation, it looked like the struggling Baltimore Bandits were going to get one.But the Bruins' Tim Sweeney scored on a blast from the point in the waning moments of the third period, and the Bandits had to settle for a 3-3 overtime tie last night in an American Hockey League game before 10,214.Sweeney's goal, his second of the game, capped a wild third period that saw Baltimore (2-10-2)
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Sports Digest | May 27, 2012
NHL Capitals send Bourque to Bruins for Hamill The Washington Capitals acquired center Zach Hamill from the Boston Bruins for left wing Chris Bourque . Hamill, 23, recorded eight goals and 13assists in 41 games last season with the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound center had two assists in 16games with Boston in 2011-12. Bourque, 26, had 27goals and 66 assists in 73games with the Hershey Bears in 2011-12.
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March 14, 1997
Opponent: Providence BruinsSite: Providence (R.I.) Civic CenterTime: 7: 05Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM)Outlook: The Bandits lead the series 2-1-0 and won in Providence earlier, 8-5. Baltimore goalies combine for a 3.50 goals-against average; Providence stands at 3.64. Mitch Lamoureux (22-21-43) leads the Bruins in scoring. Providence, fourth in New England Division, is 16-13-2 at home.Pub Date: 3/14/97@
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By Dan Hickling and Dan Hickling,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 11, 1995
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- They were a team in desperate need of a win, and with a one-goal lead over the Providence Bruins with 27 seconds left in regulation, it looked like the struggling Baltimore Bandits were going to get one.But the Bruins' Tim Sweeney scored on a blast from the point in the waning moments of the third period, and the Bandits had to settle for a 3-3 overtime tie last night in an American Hockey League game before 10,214.Sweeney's goal, his second of the game, capped a wild third period that saw Baltimore (2-10-2)
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | October 24, 1995
Hockey teams convert an average of about 18 percent of their power play opportunities. Conversely, teams kill penalties at about an 82 percent rate.Which brings us to the current travail of the Baltimore Bandits, who play the Providence Bruins (2-4-1) at Baltimore Arena tonight at 7 (WITH, 1230 AM). The Bandits, when competing a man down, have now allowed 20 goals, or 2 1/2 a game. On the power play, they have scored eight times, or one goal a game. It's called deficit spending.When last appearing at home, against Worcester on Wednesday, the Bandits not only posted their first victory, but also outdid the opposition on special teams.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 15, 1993
The Skipjacks completed a three-games-in-three-days stretc with a 6-4 loss to the Providence Bruins last night before 1,777 at the Baltimore Arena.The Bruins' Jim Vesey scored three goals, including the game-winner with 7:49 left. He has 33 goals for the season. Vesey, 27, has been a pro since 1988, but has made only cameo appearances in the NHL with St. Louis and Boston.The Skipjacks entered the final period behind 3-1, but pulled to 3-2 on a goal by Al MacIsaac at 3:15 into the period.Less than two minutes later, Providence's Tod Hartje made it 4-2.Randy Pearce brought Baltimore to 4-3 and Brad Schlegel tied it at 4 with 11:10 left, but Vesey then gave the Bruins the lead they never surrendered.
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March 14, 1993
Let's hear it for the Baltimore Skipjacks and the Providence Bruins -- and the 290 fans who came to see them yesterday at the Baltimore Arena.They were the only ones who braved yesterday's blizzard.Last night's game between the Washington Bullets and Cleveland Cavaliers scheduled for the Arena was postponed after the NBA reversed its decision of Friday and ordered the teams not to play.The game will be played tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the Arena."The decision [to postpone] was made at about 3 p.m. by Russ Granik, the deputy commissioner," said Bullets spokesman Matt Williams.
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