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February 22, 1993
BaseballMilwaukee Brewers -- Agreed to terms with SS Jose Valentin, P Otis Green and P Francisco Gamez on one-year contracts.CollegesMississippi State -- Dismissed redshirt freshman RB Randy Brown from the football team after he was arrested last week in LaPlace, La., on several charges, including aggravated assault.HockeyLos Angeles Kings -- Announced that Gary Shuchuk has a chip fracture and hyperextended right elbow.Quebec Nordiques -- Announced that G Ron Hextall (strained left thigh muscle)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 9, 1996
At the start of the season, the question was asked: Do veteran goalies Grant Fuhr, Patrick Roy and Ron Hextall still have it?The answer in all three cases appears to be yes, and each is doing it his way.In St. Louis, Fuhr has astounded everyone, except perhaps Blues coach and general manager Mike Keenan, by playing in every game and playing well: 21-20-9 record, 2.88 goals-against average, .903 save percentage.Fuhr has gone from being considered nearly washed up, from being suspended for a week after reporting to training camp 20 pounds overweight, to being the only NHL goalie to start every game this season.
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October 2, 1991
BASEBALL (NL) * New York Mets -- Named Steve Phillips director of minor league operations; Scott Brown administrative assistant of scouting; and Maureen Cooke administrator of minor league department.* San Diego Padres -- Announced the resignation of Dennis Sommers (lead scout).BASKETBALL (NBA) * Los Angeles Clippers -- Signed Tony Brown (forward) and Greg Wiltjer (center).* Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed Anthony Jones (forward).FOOTBALL (NFL) * Indianapolis Colts -- Fired Ron Meyer (coach)
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By Sandra McKee vTC and Sandra McKee vTC,Staff Writer | December 1, 1993
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- A year ago, the Washington Capitals won every regular-season game they played here at the Nassau Coliseum, but the trend stopped last night, as Washington lost, 6-4, and conjured up memories of postseason play with the New York Islanders, who always came up with the big goal when it mattered and left the Capitals faithful wondering why.The question was still relevant after Islanders Travis Green anDerek King scored in the third period, but...
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By Nestor Aparicio | October 23, 1990
VS. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS.* WHEN: Tonight, 7:35.* WHERE: The Spectrum.* TV/RADIO: Ch. 20; WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: After a 2-5 start, the Capitals are suddenly hot with a pair of Patrick Division home wins over the Islanders and Devils. However, they will play tonight without top-scoring right wing Dino Ciccarelli (broken thumb) and tough guy Alan May (bruised knuckle). Ciccarelli is out for six to eight weeks. Soviet defenseman Mikhail Tatarinov will play his first game for the Caps (4-5) tonight.
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By Gary Miles and Gary Miles,Philadelphia Inquirer Staff writer Ashley McGeachy contributed to this article | July 1, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- After five days of contentious debate about his future, Eric Lindros, the only player ever traded by the same team at the same time to two different clubs in the NHL, finally has one team.It's the Philadelphia Flyers.Flyers president Jay Snider and general manager Russ Farwell completed the biggest trade in NHL history when an arbitrator ruled yesterday that they -- and not the New York Rangers -- had acquired the rights to Lindros, 19, who never has played a minute in the league but is expected to become its next superstar.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 9, 1996
At the start of the season, the question was asked: Do veteran goalies Grant Fuhr, Patrick Roy and Ron Hextall still have it?The answer in all three cases appears to be yes, and each is doing it his way.In St. Louis, Fuhr has astounded everyone, except perhaps Blues coach and general manager Mike Keenan, by playing in every game and playing well: 21-20-9 record, 2.88 goals-against average, .903 save percentage.Fuhr has gone from being considered nearly washed up, from being suspended for a week after reporting to training camp 20 pounds overweight, to being the only NHL goalie to start every game this season.
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By Sandra McKee vTC and Sandra McKee vTC,Staff Writer | December 1, 1993
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- A year ago, the Washington Capitals won every regular-season game they played here at the Nassau Coliseum, but the trend stopped last night, as Washington lost, 6-4, and conjured up memories of postseason play with the New York Islanders, who always came up with the big goal when it mattered and left the Capitals faithful wondering why.The question was still relevant after Islanders Travis Green anDerek King scored in the third period, but...
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February 22, 1993
BaseballMilwaukee Brewers -- Agreed to terms with SS Jose Valentin, P Otis Green and P Francisco Gamez on one-year contracts.CollegesMississippi State -- Dismissed redshirt freshman RB Randy Brown from the football team after he was arrested last week in LaPlace, La., on several charges, including aggravated assault.HockeyLos Angeles Kings -- Announced that Gary Shuchuk has a chip fracture and hyperextended right elbow.Quebec Nordiques -- Announced that G Ron Hextall (strained left thigh muscle)
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By Gary Miles and Gary Miles,Philadelphia Inquirer Staff writer Ashley McGeachy contributed to this article | July 1, 1992
PHILADELPHIA -- After five days of contentious debate about his future, Eric Lindros, the only player ever traded by the same team at the same time to two different clubs in the NHL, finally has one team.It's the Philadelphia Flyers.Flyers president Jay Snider and general manager Russ Farwell completed the biggest trade in NHL history when an arbitrator ruled yesterday that they -- and not the New York Rangers -- had acquired the rights to Lindros, 19, who never has played a minute in the league but is expected to become its next superstar.
SPORTS
October 2, 1991
BASEBALL (NL) * New York Mets -- Named Steve Phillips director of minor league operations; Scott Brown administrative assistant of scouting; and Maureen Cooke administrator of minor league department.* San Diego Padres -- Announced the resignation of Dennis Sommers (lead scout).BASKETBALL (NBA) * Los Angeles Clippers -- Signed Tony Brown (forward) and Greg Wiltjer (center).* Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed Anthony Jones (forward).FOOTBALL (NFL) * Indianapolis Colts -- Fired Ron Meyer (coach)
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By Nestor Aparicio | October 23, 1990
VS. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS.* WHEN: Tonight, 7:35.* WHERE: The Spectrum.* TV/RADIO: Ch. 20; WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: After a 2-5 start, the Capitals are suddenly hot with a pair of Patrick Division home wins over the Islanders and Devils. However, they will play tonight without top-scoring right wing Dino Ciccarelli (broken thumb) and tough guy Alan May (bruised knuckle). Ciccarelli is out for six to eight weeks. Soviet defenseman Mikhail Tatarinov will play his first game for the Caps (4-5) tonight.
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