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By Nestor Aparicio | February 18, 1991
VS. LOS ANGELES KINGS* WHEN: Today, 4:05.* WHERE: The Forum.* TV/RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: The Capitals are winless so far on the trip, losing in Calgary (8-2) and Vancouver (4-2). Saturday night the team lost Dimitri Khristich to an injury, so Alfie Turcotte is expected to see action today. Defenseman Mark Ferner, who also is on recall from the Jacks with Turcotte and Tim Bergland, hasn't played thus far. Peter Bondra and Rod Langway didn't make the trip and are working out with the Jacks in Baltimore.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2000
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Capitals will celebrate the career of Dale Hunter, their long-time, hard-hitting center and former captain, before playing Eastern Conference-leading New Jersey at MCI Center tomorrownight. Though no one is saying so on the record, Hunter's No. 32 jersey is expected to become the third sweater retired in franchise history. Defensemen Yvon Labre (7) and Rod Langway (5) were the first two. "Speculate all you want," said Capitals general manager George McPhee.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2000
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Capitals will celebrate the career of Dale Hunter, their long-time, hard-hitting center and former captain, before playing Eastern Conference-leading New Jersey at MCI Center tomorrownight. Though no one is saying so on the record, Hunter's No. 32 jersey is expected to become the third sweater retired in franchise history. Defensemen Yvon Labre (7) and Rod Langway (5) were the first two. "Speculate all you want," said Capitals general manager George McPhee.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | March 13, 1993
Only five weeks ago, Rod Langway handed the captain's "C", which he had worn on his uniform for 10 years, to teammate Kevin Hatcher. Yesterday, he said he was taking an early vacation and announced he "will no longer be a playing member" of the Washington Capitals.Of course, Langway attached a rider to the statement. He will take the next two months to access his physical condition and determine if he still can contribute on the ice -- either for the Capitals or another team."I just look at it as my playing career is over right now," Langway said.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | March 13, 1993
Only five weeks ago, Rod Langway handed the captain's "C", which he had worn on his uniform for 10 years, to teammate Kevin Hatcher. Yesterday, he said he was taking an early vacation and announced he "will no longer be a playing member" of the Washington Capitals.Of course, Langway attached a rider to the statement. He will take the next two months to access his physical condition and determine if he still can contribute on the ice -- either for the Capitals or another team."I just look at it as my playing career is over right now," Langway said.
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By Stuart Cowan and Stuart Cowan,Contributing Writer | November 24, 1992
MONTREAL -- The Washington Capitals played the Montreal Canadiens to a 1-1 tie last night before 16,309 at the Forum, one of the NHL's toughest arenas in which to earn a point. The tie came one day after the Caps beat the Nordiques, 6-4, in Quebec City.John LeClair scored for the Canadiens in the first period, and Todd Krygier replied for the Caps in the second."I'm very pleased with the way the team has played the past two days," said Caps coach Terry Murray. "It's a big three points for us. It's a big two days."
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 18, 1992
Defenseman Rod Langway, 35, and right wing Tim Bergland, 27, might not be with the Washington Capitals by late tonight.They top a list of 17 players the Caps have made available to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Ottawa Senators in the NHL expansion draft, which starts at 6 p.m. in Montreal.Washington figures to lose one defenseman and one forward in the draft. The expansion teams will get 20 players each. The current 22 NHL teams are allowed to protect 14 of their forwards and defensemen and two goaltenders.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 23, 1991
LANDOVER -- Mike Ridley's third-period goal gave the Washington Capitals a 3-2 National Hockey League victory over the New York Rangers before a sellout crowd of 18,130 at the Capital Centre last night.The Rangers, who lead the Patrick Division, led 1-0 and 2-1 before the Capitals rallied to win the game and end a three-game losing streak.With the score tied at 2, Mikhail Tatarinov took a shot from the top of the right circle. Dino Ciccarelli, who had scored the tying goal with 32 seconds remaining in the second period, screened Rangers goalie John Vanbiesbrouck, and Ridley knocked the rebound of Tatarinov's shot past Vanbiesbrouck for the winning goal at 6 minutes, 20 seconds of the third period.
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By Tim Campbell and Tim Campbell,Special to The Sun | October 27, 1992
WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- It's not the first crack that has appeared in the Washington Capitals' game this season, but this one hurt.The Caps gave up three power-play goals last night and it cost them dearly, losing 6-2 to the Winnipeg Jets before 11,409 at Winnipeg Arena.The defeat dropped Washington to 3-6-0 in the young season, last in the Patrick Division.It was the second straight night the Jets had fallen behind, 2-0, after 20 minutes, only to recover and win. Friday, the Jets erased a similar deficit with three second-period goals to beat the Los Angeles Kings.
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By Stuart Cowan and Stuart Cowan,Contributing Writer | November 24, 1992
MONTREAL -- The Washington Capitals played the Montreal Canadiens to a 1-1 tie last night before 16,309 at the Forum, one of the NHL's toughest arenas in which to earn a point. The tie came one day after the Caps beat the Nordiques, 6-4, in Quebec City.John LeClair scored for the Canadiens in the first period, and Todd Krygier replied for the Caps in the second."I'm very pleased with the way the team has played the past two days," said Caps coach Terry Murray. "It's a big three points for us. It's a big two days."
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By Tim Campbell and Tim Campbell,Special to The Sun | October 27, 1992
WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- It's not the first crack that has appeared in the Washington Capitals' game this season, but this one hurt.The Caps gave up three power-play goals last night and it cost them dearly, losing 6-2 to the Winnipeg Jets before 11,409 at Winnipeg Arena.The defeat dropped Washington to 3-6-0 in the young season, last in the Patrick Division.It was the second straight night the Jets had fallen behind, 2-0, after 20 minutes, only to recover and win. Friday, the Jets erased a similar deficit with three second-period goals to beat the Los Angeles Kings.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | June 18, 1992
Defenseman Rod Langway, 35, and right wing Tim Bergland, 27, might not be with the Washington Capitals by late tonight.They top a list of 17 players the Caps have made available to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Ottawa Senators in the NHL expansion draft, which starts at 6 p.m. in Montreal.Washington figures to lose one defenseman and one forward in the draft. The expansion teams will get 20 players each. The current 22 NHL teams are allowed to protect 14 of their forwards and defensemen and two goaltenders.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 23, 1991
LANDOVER -- The Washington Capitals sprinted to a 4-0 lead and then had to hold off a Boston Bruins rally before scoring a 6-3 victory last night at the Capital Centre.Washington, playing before its third straight home sellout crowd -- 18,130 -- got goals from Tim Bergland, Randy Burridge, Peter Bondra and Michal Pivonka to grab a 4-0 lead at 11 minutes, 42 seconds of the second period.Boston rallied on goals by Steve Leach, Chris Winnes and Kevin Markwart to cut the lead to 4-3 with 11:57 remaining in the game.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 23, 1991
LANDOVER -- Mike Ridley's third-period goal gave the Washington Capitals a 3-2 National Hockey League victory over the New York Rangers before a sellout crowd of 18,130 at the Capital Centre last night.The Rangers, who lead the Patrick Division, led 1-0 and 2-1 before the Capitals rallied to win the game and end a three-game losing streak.With the score tied at 2, Mikhail Tatarinov took a shot from the top of the right circle. Dino Ciccarelli, who had scored the tying goal with 32 seconds remaining in the second period, screened Rangers goalie John Vanbiesbrouck, and Ridley knocked the rebound of Tatarinov's shot past Vanbiesbrouck for the winning goal at 6 minutes, 20 seconds of the third period.
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By Nestor Aparicio | February 22, 1991
VS. N.Y. RANGERS* WHEN: Tonight, 8:05.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV/RADIO: HTS; WCAO-AM 600.VS. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS* WHEN: Sunday, 1:35.* WHERE: Capital Centre.* TV/RADIO: HTS; WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: The Capitals (27-31-3) lost all three on their West Coast swing and are 1-4 against the Rangers. Right wing John Kordic has been reinstated and is expected to play tonight. Peter Bondra, Rod Langway and Dimitri Khristich still are nursing injuries, but could see action by the end of the weekend.
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