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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Baltimore-based STX said Thursday that it's inked deals with five National Hockey League players as the company best known for lacrosse plans an expansion of its ice-hockey line. STX launched the line in the spring with sticks. It plans to add gloves and Surgeon and Stallion sticks for beginner- and intermediate-level players in November, and "elite-level" protective gear next spring. STX said it signed multi-year deals with Charlie Coyle and Jonathon Blum of the Minnesota Wild, David Booth of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Brandon Pirri of the Florida Panthers and Mike Brown of the San Jose Sharks.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
Baltimore-based STX said Thursday that it's inked deals with five National Hockey League players as the company best known for lacrosse plans an expansion of its ice-hockey line. STX launched the line in the spring with sticks. It plans to add gloves and Surgeon and Stallion sticks for beginner- and intermediate-level players in November, and "elite-level" protective gear next spring. STX said it signed multi-year deals with Charlie Coyle and Jonathon Blum of the Minnesota Wild, David Booth of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Brandon Pirri of the Florida Panthers and Mike Brown of the San Jose Sharks.
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SPORTS
May 31, 1991
Baseball Commissioner's office -- Named Jimmie Lee Solomon director of minor-league relations for major-league baseball.Boston Red Sox -- Placed P Dana Kiecker (2-1, 7.20 ERA) on 15-day DL retroactive to Monday with sore right elbow. Called up P Mike Gardiner (7-1, 2.34 with Class AAA Pawtucket; 5-0 with 1.80 in May).Chicago Cubs -- C Joe Girardi underwent myelogram for bulging disk in back.Chicago White Sox -- Extended contract of manager Jeff Torborg (183-182 in 2 1/2 seasons) through 1993 season.
SPORTS
March 31, 1998
Auto racingNASCAR: Fined crew chief Bill Ingle $2,000 for improperly attached weight on Ricky Rudd's car, and Newt Moore, Buddy Cram and Jason Shapiro $500 each for running onto the race track after their driver, Kenny Wallace, was involved in an accident at Sunday's Food City 500.Basketball76ers: Signed C Benoit Benjamin for rest of season.Spurs: Placed F Chuck Person on injured list with recurrence of a previous disk injury.USBL: Announced Philadelphia Power franchise has relocated to Camden, N.J.CollegesEastern Michigan: Named Forrest Gregg Jr. offensive line coach.
SPORTS
March 31, 1998
Auto racingNASCAR: Fined crew chief Bill Ingle $2,000 for improperly attached weight on Ricky Rudd's car, and Newt Moore, Buddy Cram and Jason Shapiro $500 each for running onto the race track after their driver, Kenny Wallace, was involved in an accident at Sunday's Food City 500.Basketball76ers: Signed C Benoit Benjamin for rest of season.Spurs: Placed F Chuck Person on injured list with recurrence of a previous disk injury.USBL: Announced Philadelphia Power franchise has relocated to Camden, N.J.CollegesEastern Michigan: Named Forrest Gregg Jr. offensive line coach.
SPORTS
By Francis Rosa and Francis Rosa,Boston Globe | October 14, 1990
The script has been bizarre, too bizarre even for a soap opera The ongoing story of the Minnesota North Stars. Has there ever been anything like this in any sport? Never.It is set in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul. The cast of characters changes, the Gund Brothers are written out of the script, but they linger to thicken the plot. The knight in shining armor is Norman Green, a businessman who charges into the joust wearing, of course, a green-and-yellow scarf. And with his lance at the ready, he does battle with the Gunds and the sweetheart deal handed them by the National Hockey League, dividing the Minnesota players between the North Stars and the San Jose Sharks, an expansion team that comes into being next season.
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By Ruth Sadler | July 21, 1991
The San Jose Sharks won't play their first exhibition game until Sept. 13, but they are already challenging the Los Angeles Kings, Chicago Blackhawks and Philadelphia Flyers, the NHL's marketing heavyweights.Hockey fans all over North America are buying Sharks merchandise, which is, at times, in short supply."The biggest surprise to me so far is that it's selling in Canada and in markets where there are teams in all sports," says Matt Levine, the Sharks' executive vice president of business operations.
SPORTS
December 16, 1991
HockeySan Jose Sharks -- Assigned G Arturs Irbe to Kansas City (IHL). Recalled G Brian Hayward from Kansas City.
SPORTS
January 4, 1993
Basketball Portland Trail Blazers -- Signed G Delaney Rudd.HockeySan Jose Sharks -- Recalled D David Williams from IHL Kansas City on an emergency basis.
SPORTS
January 17, 1994
Basketball Golden State Warriors -- Signed F Tod Murphy to a 10-day contract.CollegeFlorida State -- Named Mark Richt offensive coordinator. Named Ronnie Cottrell assistant coach.HockeySan Jose Sharks -- Recalled D Vlastimil Kroupa from IHL Kansas City.
SPORTS
By Ruth Sadler | July 21, 1991
The San Jose Sharks won't play their first exhibition game until Sept. 13, but they are already challenging the Los Angeles Kings, Chicago Blackhawks and Philadelphia Flyers, the NHL's marketing heavyweights.Hockey fans all over North America are buying Sharks merchandise, which is, at times, in short supply."The biggest surprise to me so far is that it's selling in Canada and in markets where there are teams in all sports," says Matt Levine, the Sharks' executive vice president of business operations.
SPORTS
May 31, 1991
Baseball Commissioner's office -- Named Jimmie Lee Solomon director of minor-league relations for major-league baseball.Boston Red Sox -- Placed P Dana Kiecker (2-1, 7.20 ERA) on 15-day DL retroactive to Monday with sore right elbow. Called up P Mike Gardiner (7-1, 2.34 with Class AAA Pawtucket; 5-0 with 1.80 in May).Chicago Cubs -- C Joe Girardi underwent myelogram for bulging disk in back.Chicago White Sox -- Extended contract of manager Jeff Torborg (183-182 in 2 1/2 seasons) through 1993 season.
SPORTS
By Francis Rosa and Francis Rosa,Boston Globe | October 14, 1990
The script has been bizarre, too bizarre even for a soap opera The ongoing story of the Minnesota North Stars. Has there ever been anything like this in any sport? Never.It is set in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul. The cast of characters changes, the Gund Brothers are written out of the script, but they linger to thicken the plot. The knight in shining armor is Norman Green, a businessman who charges into the joust wearing, of course, a green-and-yellow scarf. And with his lance at the ready, he does battle with the Gunds and the sweetheart deal handed them by the National Hockey League, dividing the Minnesota players between the North Stars and the San Jose Sharks, an expansion team that comes into being next season.
SPORTS
September 25, 1995
HockeySan Jose Sharks: Waived RW Sergei Makarov.Washington Capitals: Returned G Mike Torchia, D Steve Poapst, D Frank Bialowas, F Joel Poirier and F Alexander Kharlomov to AHL Portland Pirates and returned F Richard Zednik to his junior team.Winnipeg Jets: Assigned RW Ravil Gusmanov and D Mike Muller to AHL Springfield.
SPORTS
February 20, 1995
BaseballPhiladelphia Phillies -- Signed OF John Gibbons and C Joe Cipolloni to replacement contracts.CollegeRose-Hulman -- Announced that men's basketball coach Jim Shaw will return for the 1995-96 season.HockeyPhiladelphia Flyers -- Called up D Karl Dykhuis from AHL Hershey.San Jose Sharks -- Assigned LW Andrei Nazarov to IHL Kansas City.
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