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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | November 15, 1995
LANDOVER -- Washington Capitals right wing Peter Bondra, the team's leading scorer, suffered a first-degree separation of his left shoulder last night and will be out a week to 10 days.Bondra was being responsible on defense in the first period against the Flyers. He had hounded center Craig MacTavish into the corner and blanketed him as he tried to move the puck along the boards behind the Capitals' net with 10:16 to play.But when MacTavish turned, his right elbow found leverage under Bondra's shoulder, and the Capitals forward was flipped to the ice, falling on his shoulder.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2014
After suffering an 8-7 overtime loss to Capital Athletic Conference newcomer Christopher Newport on Wednesday, Salisbury bounced back with an 11-6 victory over St. Mary's on Saturday. The Sea Gulls (11-1 overall and 4-1 in the league) also welcomed back senior faceoff specialist Chris Biank, who sat out five consecutive games because of a separated shoulder. After playing sparingly and winning just 37.5 percent (3 of 8) of his faceoffs in that loss to the Captains (9-2, 3-1), Biank won 70 percent (14 of 20)
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By BOSTON GLOBE | September 26, 1995
FOXBORO, Mass. -- The New England Patriots' bye week may have helped them as a whole, but it didn't do much for their uncertain quarterback situation. The problem remains Drew Bledsoe's separated left shoulder.Bledsoe was in Birmingham, Ala., yesterday having a series of tests done by renowned orthopedics expert Dr. James Andrews, sources said.Bledsoe's agent, Leigh Steinberg, wanted his $42 million quarterback to be examined by Andrews. There is concern that Bledsoe has a third-degree separation, the worst kind.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun reporter | February 24, 2007
College Park -- University of Maryland senior defender Ryan Clarke has played lacrosse long enough to know that injuries are unavoidable. But looking at the state of the Terrapins, who have been strapped by a run of ailments dating to the preseason, is enough to make Clarke shake his head in amused bewilderment. As the No. 5 Terps (2-0) gear up for today's 3 p.m. matchup with No. 4 Georgetown (0-0) at Maryland's field hockey and lacrosse complex, they are a study in the walking wounded.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2014
After suffering an 8-7 overtime loss to Capital Athletic Conference newcomer Christopher Newport on Wednesday, Salisbury bounced back with an 11-6 victory over St. Mary's on Saturday. The Sea Gulls (11-1 overall and 4-1 in the league) also welcomed back senior faceoff specialist Chris Biank, who sat out five consecutive games because of a separated shoulder. After playing sparingly and winning just 37.5 percent (3 of 8) of his faceoffs in that loss to the Captains (9-2, 3-1), Biank won 70 percent (14 of 20)
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By Jerry Bembry | November 6, 1995
Saturday night: The Bullets beat the Detroit Pistons, 100-89, at USAir Arena. Point guard Robert Pack scored 26 points.What's ahead:What's ahead: At Orlando tonight; home against Charlotte on Wednesday; home against New York on Friday.Injuries: G Mark Price (sore left foot) is out indefinitely; F Chris Webber (separated shoulder) is on the injured list.They said it:They said it: "We needed some insurance at the point guard position with the injury to Mark Price, and Robert Pack fell out of the sky."
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February 18, 1996
Opponent: New Jersey DevilsSite: Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, N.J.Time: 1 p.m.TV/Radio: Ch. 50/WNAV (1430 AM)Outlook: This is the third of five meetings between the teams this season. The Caps lost the two previous games by 3-1 scores. The Caps are 67-42-10 vs. the Devils lifetime and 27-26-7 in New Jersey. The Caps play their next nine games vs. Eastern Conference teams. Against the East the Caps are 17-14-3. Caps D Mark Tinordi (concussion) is day-to-day, and D Brendan Witt (broken wrist)
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By Sandra McKee | September 17, 1995
The Washington Capitals, who play their first preseason game in Hershey, Pa., tonight against the Philadelphia Flyers, trimmed their roster yesterday.The Caps returned eight players to their junior teams: goalie Sebastien Charpentier; left wings Scott Cherrey, Daniel Reja, Dwayne Hay, Benoit Gratton, and defensemen Joel Theriault, Joel Cort and Frederick Jobin.Caps defenseman Igor Ulanov, who is one of three Washington players not signed, is on the roster for tonight's game.Peter Bondra, Washington's leading scorer from last year who remains unsigned, and Michal Pivonka, who finished third in points and who is also unsigned, are not expected to play in any preseason games until contracts are worked out.Craig Berube (broken jaw)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | February 2, 1995
Rick Tabaracci had a rag and was shining his new helmet, the one he'll get to wear tonight when he starts in goal for the Washington Capitals."I've waited so long," said Tabaracci, who is getting his first start of the season. "Training camp, the lockout, then I came so close to playing in Quebec and broke my finger. But now everything is good. My finger is healed. The last couple of days I've been able to handle the stick and make the rebounds."Capitals coach Jim Schoenfeld gave his standard response when asked why he has decided to start Tabaracci tonight over Olie Kolzig, who has played well in each game so far this season despite the team's 1-3-1 record.
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By James H. Jackson | February 5, 1991
The Washington Capitals, in an attempt to shore up their sagging scoring, have recalled right wing Reggie Savage from the Baltimore Skipjacks, and he will make his National Hockey League debut tonight (7:35) against the Vancouver Canucks at the Capital Centre.Savage, the Capitals' No. 1 draft choice in 1988, has 27 goals and 25 assists in 53 American Hockey League games and scored his second hat trick of the season Saturday night in a 6-5 victory over the Hershey Bears.Injuries, in addition to the need for more scoring, precipitated Savage's recall.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | June 1, 2004
On a day when Navy fell just shy of winning its first NCAA men's lacrosse championship, no Midshipman felt the pain the way sophomore goalkeeper Matt Russell did. Coming off a subpar effort in Saturday's 8-7 victory over Princeton in the semifinals, the 5-foot-7 goalie from Madison, Conn., could not contain an array of outstanding Syracuse shooters. During a third-quarter, loose-ball scramble, Russell felt his right shoulder pop out of place. Then, with 8:01 left in yesterday's 14-13 loss to Syracuse, Russell could not handle the excruciating discomfort any longer.
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By MIKE PRESTON | July 17, 2002
ORIOLES SHORTSTOP Mike Bordick cannot be replaced because of the intangibles that can't be measured in a batting average, RBIs or fielding percentage. When the team announced yesterday that Bordick's right leg will be immobilized for at least three weeks with a hairline fracture to his right kneecap, the injury took away the soul of the Orioles, but not their heart. The Orioles of 2002 are different from the 2001 version. A Bordick injury won't cause them to quit this time around. "Last year when he got hurt [separated shoulder]
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By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 3, 2002
Some days, it seems everything goes right. The 14th-ranked Mervo boys basketball team had one of those days yesterday. Held scoreless for nearly four minutes to start the game, the visiting Mustangs recovered to shoot 50 percent and cruise to the Class 4A North Regional championship with a 75-42 victory over No. 15 Lake Clifton. Mervo (17-8), which won just the second regional title in school history, will face Eleanor Roosevelt of Prince George's County in the 4A state semifinals at 9 p.m. Thursday at Cole Field House in College Park.
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By John Fensterwald | September 30, 2001
SAN JOSE, Calif. - In honor of Cal Ripken Jr., I broke my streak. I called in sick and took my 10-year-old daughter to see Cal's last game at the Coliseum. As any schoolgirl knows, Mr. Ripken, the great Baltimore Orioles shortstop and third baseman, broke Lou Gehrig's record by playing in 2,131 straight games. He then played in 501 more before taking himself out of the lineup on Sept. 20, 1998. His record: 2,632 games over 16 years. My streak? Nearly a quarter-century (24 years, 5 months, 21 days, to be exact)
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2001
Towson needs one more victory to lock up its first NCAA men's lacrosse tournament berth in five years, but the Tigers most likely will have to do it without one of their more popular leaders. Yesterday's 18-7 rout of visiting Vermont in the America East conference tournament semifinals at Minnegan Stadium sends the Tigers into Saturday's tournament title game against Hofstra, an 11-8 winner over Delaware in last night's other semifinal. But Towson, which would earn an automatic bid with a victory and might be in position to receive an at-large invitation to the NCAAs regardless of what happens on Saturday, does not expect to have senior goalkeeper John Horrigan on hand.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2001
The stretch run has arrived, with a mere four games separating the five teams in the American Conference of the National Professional Soccer League. Coming along with the first-place Blast, which, at 18-12, is a half-game in front of Philadelphia and Harrisburg, is a continued string of injuries. Midfielder Danny Kelly, who has missed the past five games and a total of eight with a groin injury, will be out again for tonight's game against Cleveland and tomorrow's against Buffalo. Leading scorer Denison Cabral (separated shoulder)
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By Vito Stellino and Mike Preston and Vito Stellino and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writers | January 30, 1995
MIAMI -- Jerry Rice figures that playing hurt is part of the job.The San Francisco 49ers wide receiver suffered a slightly separated shoulder and went to the locker room for treatment after the team had jumped to a 21-7 lead in Super Bowl XXIX by scoring on their first three possessions.On the possession he missed, the 49ers punted for the first time.He came back to help the 49ers put together a fourth touchdown drive and then caught two touchdown passes in the second half of their 49-26 victory in Super Bowl XXIX last night.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 5, 1997
COLLEGE PARK -- Brian Cummings is supposed to have a big mouth, but twice he handed over his starting quarterback position at Maryland with nary a peep. He's put on hold his baseball career, played with a separated shoulder and spent 24 frightening hours vomiting after a concussion, all for the good of the Terps.Does that sound like a quitter, the accusation Cummings faced last winter?Cummings is undersized and overhearted, a fifth-year senior who's been known to work a huddle with too much lip and a play with too much grit.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 16, 1996
A day after the most galling defeat of his five seasons at Maryland, coach Mark Duffner's outlook was brightened by a bye on the schedule and the considerably high threshold of pain that is a major part of Brian Cummings' makeup.Cummings, the Terps' junior quarterback, was knocked out of Saturday's 21-3 loss at Virginia in the first quarter. Duffner said yesterday that Cummings may have suffered a slight separation to his right shoulder, and he did not rule out his return for Maryland's next game, Sept.
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