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By THE NEW YORK TIMES | June 8, 2003
NEW YORK - Scotty Bowman, who stepped down as coach of the Detroit Red Wings after winning the Stanley Cup last season, is interested in speaking with the Rangers about succeeding Glen Sather as New York's coach next season, the Canadian television network Sportsnet reported on its Web site last night. Bowman, 69, who spent this season as a Detroit Red Wings consultant, has coached nine Stanley Cup champions, an NHL record. The Rangers have missed the playoffs for six consecutive seasons, a franchise record.
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By THE NEW YORK TIMES | June 8, 2003
NEW YORK - Scotty Bowman, who stepped down as coach of the Detroit Red Wings after winning the Stanley Cup last season, is interested in speaking with the Rangers about succeeding Glen Sather as New York's coach next season, the Canadian television network Sportsnet reported on its Web site last night. Bowman, 69, who spent this season as a Detroit Red Wings consultant, has coached nine Stanley Cup champions, an NHL record. The Rangers have missed the playoffs for six consecutive seasons, a franchise record.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 13, 1999
Last week, The Dallas Morning News sent a reporter to Buffalo, N.Y., as part of its effort to introduce its sunbaked readers to the mysteries of that strange foreign phenomenon, the Stanley Cup Finals.What the reporter found, in contrast to the habitual cockiness of Dallas fans, was Buffalonian after Buffalonian picking the Stars to win the series, muttering muted thanks that the Sabres had at least got this far, and expressing the cautious hope that maybe, just maybe, if all the planets queue up properly in the firmament, the locals will scratch out victory and finally bring some positive national attention to their small corner of the Niagara Frontier.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 13, 1999
Last week, The Dallas Morning News sent a reporter to Buffalo, N.Y., as part of its effort to introduce its sunbaked readers to the mysteries of that strange foreign phenomenon, the Stanley Cup Finals.What the reporter found, in contrast to the habitual cockiness of Dallas fans, was Buffalonian after Buffalonian picking the Stars to win the series, muttering muted thanks that the Sabres had at least got this far, and expressing the cautious hope that maybe, just maybe, if all the planets queue up properly in the firmament, the locals will scratch out victory and finally bring some positive national attention to their small corner of the Niagara Frontier.
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By Los Angeles Times | December 12, 1993
NEW YORK -- Bob Clarke knew it would come to this. That someday, unless Mike Keenan learned to relax, his life would be as empty as the dove-gray walls in his impersonal new office."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | June 21, 1995
DETROIT -- The New Jersey Devils were going for the jugular last night in Game 2 of the best-of-seven NHL Stanley Cup finals against the Detroit Red Wings, and they grabbed hard.In a battle of wills that pulsated into the final minutes, the Devils won, 4-2, when little-used Jim Dowd scored with 1:24 to play and Stephane Richer scored into an empty net with 20.9 seconds left."It was an unbelievable feeling," said Dowd, who had just one goal in 10 regular-season games. "The rebound just came to me. It felt great!
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September 12, 1999
Athletics: Jason Giambi is 25-for-64 with four homers and 20 RBIs in his career against the Devil Rays.Tigers: Detroit finished with six extra-base hits -- in its past 15 games, it has 25 homers, 37 doubles and four triples. Detroit Red Wings coach Scotty Bowman, a longtime baseball fan, attended the game and visited the press box a day before his team's exhibition opener.
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October 10, 2005
"Scotty Bowman's record [1,244 wins] is pretty safe." Wayne Gretzky Phoenix Coyotes coach (above), on his first NHL victory Saturday "Because there's very few touchdowns there." Dick Jonckowski Minnesota Gophers PA announcer, on why Vikings fans flock to the Metrodome whenever there's a tornado warning "Did you see me smile like this last year? It's a great environment, man, a great atmosphere. I mean, I could not be happier right now." Chris Webber Of the Philadelphia 76ers, on his attitude and the team's mood
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | April 12, 1996
The Detroit Red Wings stand tied with the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens at 60 wins apiece and can surpass the mark tonight against Chicago at Joe Louis Arena.The Red Wings are treating the record with nonchalance."The fact is, whether you win 60 or 57 or 58, it's still a big accomplishment because the next team in the league now is Pittsburgh and they've won 48," Detroit coach Scotty Bowman said.Pub Date: 4/12/96
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Elias Sports BureauSUN STAFF | December 29, 1995
Tonight, Detroit Red Wings coach Scotty Bowman is scheduled to walk onto the ice at the Star Center in Dallas and make history -- again -- by coaching in his record 1,607th game."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | June 21, 1995
DETROIT -- The New Jersey Devils were going for the jugular last night in Game 2 of the best-of-seven NHL Stanley Cup finals against the Detroit Red Wings, and they grabbed hard.In a battle of wills that pulsated into the final minutes, the Devils won, 4-2, when little-used Jim Dowd scored with 1:24 to play and Stephane Richer scored into an empty net with 20.9 seconds left."It was an unbelievable feeling," said Dowd, who had just one goal in 10 regular-season games. "The rebound just came to me. It felt great!
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By Los Angeles Times | December 12, 1993
NEW YORK -- Bob Clarke knew it would come to this. That someday, unless Mike Keenan learned to relax, his life would be as empty as the dove-gray walls in his impersonal new office."
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July 4, 1995
BaseballBoston Red Sox -- Optioned P Ken Ryan to Double-A Trenton. Recalled P Joe Hudson from Trenton.Cleveland Indians -- Placed 1B/DH Eddie Murray on the 15-day DL. Purchased the contract of OF Ruben Amaro from Triple-A Buffalo.Colorado Rockies -- Placed P Bruce Ruffin on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 26. Recalled P Omar Olivares from Triple-A Colorado Springs.Florida Marlins -- Agreed to terms with OF Jaime Jones and assigned him to the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League.Montreal Expos -- Optioned IF Mark Grudzielanek to Triple-A Ottawa.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | June 17, 1998
WASHINGTON -- The Detroit Red Wings had celebrated a Stanley Cup before. They'd put away the frustration of 42 long years. But last night, even before Game 4, the final game in this sweep, was in the books as a 4-1 victory and the second Cup was in their hands, the emotion of all they had overcome to get back to this pinnacle swelled up and overpowered the Washington Capitals. And the Red Wings' fans took over the MCI Center.As the Red Wings put an exclamation point on this championship with a brilliant two-on-one power- play goal by Doug Brown that emphasized their dominance, with 1: 32 gone in the final period, their fans drowned out the Capitals faithful with chants of "Vlady, Vlady."
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