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Sports on TV | June 5, 2012
TUESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS Autos Off-Road: Lucas Oil Challenge Cup (T) SPEED4 a.m. MLB Orioles@Boston MASN7 Mets@Washington MASN27 Tampa Bay@Yankees MLB7 Cubs@Milwaukee WGN-A8 Mets@Washington (T) MASN11:30 C. base. NCAA Reg.: Teams TBA (T) ESPNU10 a.m. NBA play. East final: Boston@Miami, Gm. 5 ESPN8:30 East final: Boston@Miami, Gm. 5 (T)
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By Cody Goodwin and The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
Morning, y'all. I've replaced Jon for today's Coffee Companion, where we recap yesterday's sports headlines, because he feels sleep is important, or something. Regardless, your daily trip to the water cooler is approaching, which means you should read up here so you'll have something to talk about while you're there. - Manny Machado was dealt a five-game suspension on Tuesday , and he's already appealing to try and reduce his time off. Our own Peter Schmuck writes that the Orioles hope the third-baseman learns from his mistakes now before it's too late.
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By Cody Goodwin and The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
Morning, y'all. I've replaced Jon for today's Coffee Companion, where we recap yesterday's sports headlines, because he feels sleep is important, or something. Regardless, your daily trip to the water cooler is approaching, which means you should read up here so you'll have something to talk about while you're there. - Manny Machado was dealt a five-game suspension on Tuesday , and he's already appealing to try and reduce his time off. Our own Peter Schmuck writes that the Orioles hope the third-baseman learns from his mistakes now before it's too late.
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January 14, 2013
Feeling a little blue Gary R. Blockus The Morning Call In a severely shortened season, health will be more important than ever in the quest to hoist Lord Stanley's Cup. Look for the Blueshirts and Blue Notes to tangle in the final games for hockey's Holy Grail. The Rangers, with newly acquired Rick Nash ready to ride shotgun for Brad Richards, have to be considered the team to beat in the Eastern Conference. With Henrik Lundqvist in goal, there could be no stopping the Broadway Blueshirts.
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January 21, 2010
Tom Poti thought he had finally pushed the painful memory of the Washington Capitals' Game 7 collapse against the Pittsburgh Penguins into the deep recesses of his mind. But about three weeks later, the defenseman discovered he had not buried it deep enough. "Just when you're starting to get over it, you see them hoisting the Cup," Poti said Monday, eight months after Penguins captain Sidney Crosby and his teammates beat the Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Finals. "You start thinking, 'Could that have been us?
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | June 8, 1998
When the Detroit Red Wings went to the Stanley Cup Finals four years ago, it was left to veteran center Steve Yzerman to explain to the team's young Russian star, Sergei Fedorov, who had grown up focused on European and world championships, just what it would mean to win the Cup. Yesterday, as the Washington Capitals took part in their last practice at home before heading to Detroit, where they will begin play in their first Stanley Cup championship...
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June 2, 1997
Philadelphia vs. Detroit(Best of seven)Red Wings lead series 1-0Date .. .. .. Result/Site .. .. .. TimeGame 1 ... .. Detroit, 4-2Tomorrow . .. At Phila. . .. .. .. 8 p.m.Thursday . .. At Detroit ... .. .. 8 p.m.Saturday . .. At Detroit ... .. .. 8 p.m.June 10 .. .. At Phila. . .. .. .. 8 p.m.*June 12 .. .. At Detroit ... .. .. 8 p.m.*June 14 .. .. At Phila. . .. .. .. 8 p.m.** -- If necessaryPub Date: 6/02/97
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January 14, 2013
Feeling a little blue Gary R. Blockus The Morning Call In a severely shortened season, health will be more important than ever in the quest to hoist Lord Stanley's Cup. Look for the Blueshirts and Blue Notes to tangle in the final games for hockey's Holy Grail. The Rangers, with newly acquired Rick Nash ready to ride shotgun for Brad Richards, have to be considered the team to beat in the Eastern Conference. With Henrik Lundqvist in goal, there could be no stopping the Broadway Blueshirts.
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By Sandra McKee | June 9, 1998
Offense: The Red Wings' offense is built around the best center foursome in the NHL: Sergei Fedorov, Steve Yzerman, Igor Larionov and Kris Draper. Yzerman leads the NHL in playoff scoring with four goals, 16 assists. Lately, he has been teamed with Fedorov, second in postseason scoring with nine goals, eight assists, and power forward Brendan Shanahan. A wicked line. Larionov has 11 points and Draper, whose line produces energy more than points, has three. The Caps counter with two strong scoring lines and centers Adam Oates, Andrei Nikolishin, Mike Eagles/Esa Tikkanen and Dale Hunter.
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Sports on TV | June 5, 2012
TUESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS Autos Off-Road: Lucas Oil Challenge Cup (T) SPEED4 a.m. MLB Orioles@Boston MASN7 Mets@Washington MASN27 Tampa Bay@Yankees MLB7 Cubs@Milwaukee WGN-A8 Mets@Washington (T) MASN11:30 C. base. NCAA Reg.: Teams TBA (T) ESPNU10 a.m. NBA play. East final: Boston@Miami, Gm. 5 ESPN8:30 East final: Boston@Miami, Gm. 5 (T)
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January 21, 2010
Tom Poti thought he had finally pushed the painful memory of the Washington Capitals' Game 7 collapse against the Pittsburgh Penguins into the deep recesses of his mind. But about three weeks later, the defenseman discovered he had not buried it deep enough. "Just when you're starting to get over it, you see them hoisting the Cup," Poti said Monday, eight months after Penguins captain Sidney Crosby and his teammates beat the Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Finals. "You start thinking, 'Could that have been us?
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By BILL ORDINE | June 4, 2008
As shots go, the ones provided by the Pittsburgh Penguins' Max Talbot and Petr Sykora on Monday night were shots in the arm for the NHL in general, even if they left the Detroit Red Wings smarting. Thanks to Talbot's game-tying goal with 35 seconds left in regulation and Sykora's winner from the right circle on a power play in the third overtime, the NHL will keep skating for at least one more game. The Penguins-Red Wings Stanley Cup Finals move back to Pittsburgh for Game 6 tonight with Detroit leading 3-2. The importance of extending the series is in no small way attached to TV ratings, a huge consideration in the pro sports universe.
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By BILL ORDINE | June 4, 2008
Red Wings @Penguins 8 p.m. [Chs. 11, 4] Detroit leads the series 3-2, but Pittsburgh staved off elimination Monday night with a 4-3 road victory in triple overtime. The Penguins tied the score in regulation with 35 seconds left. Now, they will try to extend the series to a seventh game.
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June 3, 2008
Game 5 ended too late to be included in this edition. Go to www.baltimoresun.com for coverage. DETROIT --Plan B has worked out pretty well for the Detroit Red Wings. The NHL's top-seeded team planned to put Dominik Hasek in goal during the playoffs and keep him there. "Dom is not going to struggle," Detroit coach Mike Babcock said the day before the postseason started, attempting to shoot down a question about the possibility of playing Chris Osgood. But when Hasek struggled against the Nashville Predators, Babcock benched the six-time Vezina Trophy winner in favor of Osgood during Game 4 of the first round.
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June 6, 2006
The Carolina Hurricanes finished off a stirring comeback with the easiest of goals. Now things really get tough for the Edmonton Oilers. Rod Brind'Amour scored off a flukey mistake with 31.1 seconds remaining when Edmonton's backup goalie botched an exchange behind the net, and the Hurricanes rallied to beat the visiting Oilers, 5-4, in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals last night. The upstart Oilers received grim news after the game: Starting goalie Dwayne Roloson - who had played every minute of the playoffs until he went down with just under six minutes remaining - is done for the series.
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By Michael Russo and Michael Russo,SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL | June 8, 2004
TAMPA, Fla. - Who's laughing now? The Tampa Bay Lightning, the laughingstock of the NHL up until three years ago, a team four years removed from back-to-back 19-win seasons, a team the Florida Panthers used to torment for kicks, will have its name engraved on the Stanley Cup. With a nail-biting 2-1 victory last night over the Calgary Flames in Game 7, the Lightning, the Eastern Conference's best team throughout the regular season, became the first 1990s...
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By Michael Russo and Michael Russo,SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL | May 30, 2004
CALGARY, Alberta - The Red Sea was roaring last night as the Stanley Cup Finals returned to Canada for the first time since 1994, and it seemed to render the Tampa Bay Lightning powerless. A crowd of 19,221, mostly draped in Calgary Flames red, packed the Saddledome for a passionate, hard-hitting game in which the Flames took a 2-1 series lead with a 3-0 victory over the Lightning. Chris Simon and Shean Donovan scored second-period goals. Jarome Iginla scored in the third, which, along with an assist and a fight gave him the so-called "Gordie Howe hat trick."
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