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January 12, 2006
The New York Islanders fired coach Steve Stirling last night, a person familiar with the decision told the Associated Press. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the official announcement isn't scheduled until today. An interim coach will be in place before the Islanders' home game against Calgary tonight, and it won't be general manager Mike Milbury, the person said. More off the ice -- Panthers center Stephen Weiss most likely will miss the rest of the season because of a torn left wrist ligament.
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By Tarik El-Bashir and Tarik El-Bashir,The Washington Post | April 29, 2009
WASHINGTON - Sergei Fedorov scored with 4:59 remaining, rifling a shot past goaltender Henrik Lundqvist to send the Washington Capitals to a 2-1 victory over the New York Rangers in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals Tuesday night. The victory catapulted the Capitals into the second round for the first time since 1998, when Fedorov's Detroit Red Wings swept Washington out of the Stanley Cup finals. "Experience sometimes pays off, and [Fedorov] knew what he had to do and when to do it," said coach Bruce Boudreau, whose team became the 21st to rally from a 3-1 series deficit.
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May 30, 1997
Philadelphia Flyers vs. Detroit Red WingsRecords: Philadelphia 45-24-12; Detroit 38-26-18.Home records: Philadelphia 23-12-6 regular season, 6-2 playoffs; Detroit 20-12-9 regular season, 7-1 playoffs.Road records: Philadelphia 22-12-7 regular season, 6-1 playoffs; Detroit 18-14-9 regular season, 5-3 playoffs.Season Series: Detroit 1-0-1.Previous playoff record: None.Top scorers: Philadelphia -- John LeClair, 50-47--97 regular season, Eric Lindros, 11-12--23 playoffs; Detroit -- Brendan Shanahan, 47-41--88 regular season, Sergei Fedorov, 5-9--14 playoffs.
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January 12, 2006
The New York Islanders fired coach Steve Stirling last night, a person familiar with the decision told the Associated Press. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the official announcement isn't scheduled until today. An interim coach will be in place before the Islanders' home game against Calgary tonight, and it won't be general manager Mike Milbury, the person said. More off the ice -- Panthers center Stephen Weiss most likely will miss the rest of the season because of a torn left wrist ligament.
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By NEWSDAY | May 31, 1997
PHILADELPHIA -- Story lines. Every Stanley Cup Finals has a bunch of them. This matchup between the Philadelphia Flyers and Detroit Red Wings, which begins tonight at CoreStates Center, is no exception: After the New York Rangers ended their drought in 1994, the Red Wings replaced them as the team having gone the longest without a Stanley Cup.Detroit's last championship team, in 1955, featured Gordie Howe, Alex Delvecchio, Ted Lindsay and Red Kelly.The...
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 29, 1996
DETROIT -- It wasn't enough for Sergei Fedorov of the Red Wings to check Wayne Gretzky and stifle his offensive brilliance in the previous round against St. Louis. It still wasn't enough for Fedorov to set up a fistful of goals in the current series against the Colorado Avalanche.Fedorov's teammates, the team owner, the fans and the media critics wanted goals from Fedorov in the NHL Western Conference finals. So he scored one Monday night and set up another in a 5-2 victory at Joe Louis Arena that sent the series back to Denver for Game 6 tonight.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | February 13, 1994
GJOVIK, Norway -- The country struggles from the economi and social upheavals of the Soviet Union's breakup, but the Russians are trying to keep one empire intact."
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By Tarik El-Bashir and Tarik El-Bashir,The Washington Post | April 29, 2009
WASHINGTON - Sergei Fedorov scored with 4:59 remaining, rifling a shot past goaltender Henrik Lundqvist to send the Washington Capitals to a 2-1 victory over the New York Rangers in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals Tuesday night. The victory catapulted the Capitals into the second round for the first time since 1998, when Fedorov's Detroit Red Wings swept Washington out of the Stanley Cup finals. "Experience sometimes pays off, and [Fedorov] knew what he had to do and when to do it," said coach Bruce Boudreau, whose team became the 21st to rally from a 3-1 series deficit.
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By SANDRA McKEE | April 12, 1995
A little more than 13 months ago, Paul Kariya and Peter Forsberg were prospective NHL rookies playing for their national teams in the 1994 Olympics. It was Kariya leading his Canadian team to the gold-medal showdown against the Swedish team led by Forsberg.And it all came down to a shootout. Forsberg scored what turned out to be the winning goal, when Kariya's final shot was stopped by goalie Tommy Salo.Now, Forsberg is a rookie with the Eastern Conference-leading Quebec Nordiques and Kariya is a forward with the expansion Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in the Western Conference, and they again find themselves in a shootout of sorts, this time for the NHL rookie scoring title.
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By Los Angeles Times | October 8, 2003
(Teams listed in predicted order of finish) 1. Vancouver Canucks Coach: Marc Crawford, sixth season. 2002-03 record: 45-23-13-1, 104 points, second in Northwest, fourth in conference. Player to watch: Actually two - twins Daniel and Henrik Sedin. They showed glimpses of their vaunted skills last season but must be consistent. Outlook: Tightening up on defense might start the Canucks on a long playoff run. Free-agent winger Magnus Arvedson, a fine two-way player, was a good addition to a prolific offense that includes Todd Bertuzzi (46 goals, 97 points)
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By Los Angeles Times | October 8, 2003
(Teams listed in predicted order of finish) 1. Vancouver Canucks Coach: Marc Crawford, sixth season. 2002-03 record: 45-23-13-1, 104 points, second in Northwest, fourth in conference. Player to watch: Actually two - twins Daniel and Henrik Sedin. They showed glimpses of their vaunted skills last season but must be consistent. Outlook: Tightening up on defense might start the Canucks on a long playoff run. Free-agent winger Magnus Arvedson, a fine two-way player, was a good addition to a prolific offense that includes Todd Bertuzzi (46 goals, 97 points)
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By NEWSDAY | May 31, 1997
PHILADELPHIA -- Story lines. Every Stanley Cup Finals has a bunch of them. This matchup between the Philadelphia Flyers and Detroit Red Wings, which begins tonight at CoreStates Center, is no exception: After the New York Rangers ended their drought in 1994, the Red Wings replaced them as the team having gone the longest without a Stanley Cup.Detroit's last championship team, in 1955, featured Gordie Howe, Alex Delvecchio, Ted Lindsay and Red Kelly.The...
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May 30, 1997
Philadelphia Flyers vs. Detroit Red WingsRecords: Philadelphia 45-24-12; Detroit 38-26-18.Home records: Philadelphia 23-12-6 regular season, 6-2 playoffs; Detroit 20-12-9 regular season, 7-1 playoffs.Road records: Philadelphia 22-12-7 regular season, 6-1 playoffs; Detroit 18-14-9 regular season, 5-3 playoffs.Season Series: Detroit 1-0-1.Previous playoff record: None.Top scorers: Philadelphia -- John LeClair, 50-47--97 regular season, Eric Lindros, 11-12--23 playoffs; Detroit -- Brendan Shanahan, 47-41--88 regular season, Sergei Fedorov, 5-9--14 playoffs.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 29, 1996
DETROIT -- It wasn't enough for Sergei Fedorov of the Red Wings to check Wayne Gretzky and stifle his offensive brilliance in the previous round against St. Louis. It still wasn't enough for Fedorov to set up a fistful of goals in the current series against the Colorado Avalanche.Fedorov's teammates, the team owner, the fans and the media critics wanted goals from Fedorov in the NHL Western Conference finals. So he scored one Monday night and set up another in a 5-2 victory at Joe Louis Arena that sent the series back to Denver for Game 6 tonight.
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By SANDRA McKEE | April 12, 1995
A little more than 13 months ago, Paul Kariya and Peter Forsberg were prospective NHL rookies playing for their national teams in the 1994 Olympics. It was Kariya leading his Canadian team to the gold-medal showdown against the Swedish team led by Forsberg.And it all came down to a shootout. Forsberg scored what turned out to be the winning goal, when Kariya's final shot was stopped by goalie Tommy Salo.Now, Forsberg is a rookie with the Eastern Conference-leading Quebec Nordiques and Kariya is a forward with the expansion Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in the Western Conference, and they again find themselves in a shootout of sorts, this time for the NHL rookie scoring title.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writer | February 13, 1994
GJOVIK, Norway -- The country struggles from the economi and social upheavals of the Soviet Union's breakup, but the Russians are trying to keep one empire intact."
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By Frank Brown and Frank Brown,New York Daily News | September 29, 1991
NOVOGORSK, U.S.S.R. -- Novogorsk is a suburb of Moscow, a 30-minute drive from the major hotels in city center, where filthy children linger outside and cling to your arm until you give them a coin. It is a 30-minute drive from the delicate blinis and splendid pelmenyi you may enjoy at Kropotkinskaya 36 -- as long as you pay for your meal with any currency that is not Soviet. Novogorsk is 30 minutes from the majesty of the Kremlin, where tanks and citizens squared off last month and where Lenin's tomb remains, for now, the closest modern equivalent of an Egyptian pyramid.
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December 28, 1996
Opponent: Florida PanthersSite: USAir Arena, LandoverTime: 7: 30TV/Radio: HTS/WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM), WTEM (570 AM)Outlook: The Capitals will try to rebound from Thursday night's 5-4 overtime loss in Detroit in which Sergei Fedorov scored the Red Wings' five goals. The Caps are .500 in their last four $H games, and with a 15-19-2 overall mark, they need to start piling up victories. The Panthers, the NHL's best team with a 20-8-8 record, came back from a 3-0 deficit against Tampa Bay on Thursday night for a 3-3 tie.Pub Date: 12/28/96
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By Frank Brown and Frank Brown,New York Daily News | September 29, 1991
NOVOGORSK, U.S.S.R. -- Novogorsk is a suburb of Moscow, a 30-minute drive from the major hotels in city center, where filthy children linger outside and cling to your arm until you give them a coin. It is a 30-minute drive from the delicate blinis and splendid pelmenyi you may enjoy at Kropotkinskaya 36 -- as long as you pay for your meal with any currency that is not Soviet. Novogorsk is 30 minutes from the majesty of the Kremlin, where tanks and citizens squared off last month and where Lenin's tomb remains, for now, the closest modern equivalent of an Egyptian pyramid.
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