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December 13, 1996
Opponent: Springfield FalconsSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 7: 30Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM)Outlook: Springfield won two of three games last weekend and stands 13-8-4. Hnat Domenichelli of the Falcons had six goals and three assists in the three games. The Falcons are 5-5-2 on the road. The Bandits, with some of their players still weakened by the flu, have lost five straight.Pub Date: 12/13/96
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By Fran Sypek and Fran Sypek,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 20, 1997
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- The Bandits couldn't stay out of the penalty box and paid dearly for it.Kevin Brown scored two power-play goals 27 seconds apart during a five-minute major boarding penalty to Mike LeClerc, sparking the Springfield Falcons to a 7-4 American Hockey League victory over the Bandits last night.A crowd of 3,431 watched the Falcons extend their unbeaten streak to 12 games at the Springfield Civic Center. They're 10-0-2 at home since a 4-3 loss to the Carolina Monarchs on Feb. 7.The Bandits made it tough on the Falcons when Igor Kikulin scored twice during the third period to tie the score at 4."
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | October 27, 1995
The coach need think back only a year to recall circumstances as revolting as those presently facing the Baltimore Bandits.The team carries a 1-7-1 record to Massachusetts tonight and tomorrow for games against the Springfield Falcons and Worcester IceCats."
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February 23, 1997
Opponent: Springfield FalconsSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 5 p.m. Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WASA (1330 AM)Outlook: The Falcons are in the midst of a stretch of four games in five days, the last two at home against teams with winning records, Portland and Kentucky. They have a losing record on the road, 11-15-3, but got a win here in December, 4-3. Springfield keeps losing its top goalie, Scott Langkow, to callups by the Hartford Whalers, but is in good hands with Manny Legace in the net. This game marks the three-quarter point of the season for the Bandits.
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By Fran Sypek and Fran Sypek,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 20, 1997
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- The Bandits couldn't stay out of the penalty box and paid dearly for it.Kevin Brown scored two power-play goals 27 seconds apart during a five-minute major boarding penalty to Mike LeClerc, sparking the Springfield Falcons to a 7-4 American Hockey League victory over the Bandits last night.A crowd of 3,431 watched the Falcons extend their unbeaten streak to 12 games at the Springfield Civic Center. They're 10-0-2 at home since a 4-3 loss to the Carolina Monarchs on Feb. 7.The Bandits made it tough on the Falcons when Igor Kikulin scored twice during the third period to tie the score at 4."
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By Fran Sypek and Fran Sypek,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 3, 1996
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- During the past nine days, the Baltimore Bandits have learned they can match the Springfield Falcons in defense and goaltending.They just can't beat them.Last night, the Falcons earned their third victory in as many American Hockey League games against the Bandits, winning, 2-1, before 3,387 at Springfield Civic Center.The Falcons defeated the Bandits, 1-0, at Baltimore Arena on Jan. 24 behind Scott Langkow's shutout. Last night, it was Manny Legace's turn to beat Baltimore, making 25 saves.
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May 13, 1999
BaseballAngels: Recalled OF Reggie Williams from Triple-A Edmonton.Devil Rays: Placed P Albie Lopez on the 15-day DL with a strain of his left oblique muscle; activated former Orioles IF Aaron Ledesma from DL.Marlins: Acquired P Luis Arroyo from Blue Jays for future considerations and assigned him to Triple-A Calgary.Mets: Announced P Josias Manzanillo and C Ryan Bennett cleared waivers; assigned Manzanillo to Triple-A Norfolk and assigned Bennett to Single-A St. Lucie.Rockies: Optioned P John Thomson to Triple-A Colorado Springs.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1996
Good game.Hard-bitten old pros tell us there's no such thing as a moral victory. But under the circumstances the Bandits are facing these days, there has to be something to go along with another L (for loss) when a solid effort goes for naught against a superior team.Recovering from a pair of two-goal deficits in the first 15 minutes of action, the Bandits managed to pull even early in the third period before succumbing to the Springfield Falcons, 4-3, last night at Baltimore Arena.Trailing by a goal after two periods, the home team squared it on a power-play score by Pavel Trnka after 5: 24 of the third period.
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By Fran Sypek and Fran Sypek,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 3, 1996
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Over the past nine days, the Baltimore Bandits have learned they can match the Springfield Falcons on defense and in goaltending.They just can't beat them.Last night, the Falcons earned their third victory in as many American Hockey League games against the Bandits, winning 2-1 before 3,387 at the Springfield Civic Center.The Falcons defeated the Bandits, 1-0, at the Baltimore Arena on Jan. 24 behind Scott Langkow's shutout. Last night, it was Manny Legace's turn to down Baltimore, making 25 saves.
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By Fran Sypek and Fran Sypek,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 3, 1996
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- During the past nine days, the Baltimore Bandits have learned they can match the Springfield Falcons in defense and goaltending.They just can't beat them.Last night, the Falcons earned their third victory in as many American Hockey League games against the Bandits, winning, 2-1, before 3,387 at Springfield Civic Center.The Falcons defeated the Bandits, 1-0, at Baltimore Arena on Jan. 24 behind Scott Langkow's shutout. Last night, it was Manny Legace's turn to beat Baltimore, making 25 saves.
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | October 27, 1995
The coach need think back only a year to recall circumstances as revolting as those presently facing the Baltimore Bandits.The team carries a 1-7-1 record to Massachusetts tonight and tomorrow for games against the Springfield Falcons and Worcester IceCats."
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