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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 14, 1991
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Capitals recalled center Alfie Turcotte and defenseman Mark Ferner from the Baltimore Skipjacks yesterday, and they will accompany the team on a three-game trip that begins tomorrow in Calgary, Alberta.Turcotte is the Skipjacks' leading scorer, with 25 goals and 43 assists in 51 games. Ferner has 10 goals and 25 assists in 42 games, and was named last week's American Hockey League Player of the Week.They were recalled because defenseman Rod Langway's back spasms are no better and because right wing John Kordic, 25, who missed practice Tuesday, has been suspended because of alcohol-related problems.
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July 29, 2008
On July 27, 2008, DOROTHY I. TURCOTT (nee Lippy); beloved wife of the late Maurice Turcott, loving mother of Lorraine Burkhard; beloved grandmother of Ronnie Burkhard. She is survived by two loving grandchildren, Shannon and Brandon, she preceded by four brothers and one sister. She is also survived by nieces and nephews. Graveside services at Lorraine Park Cemetery on Thursday at noon. Inquiries may be directed to Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home Inc. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Diabetes Association, 800 Wyman Park Drive, Suite 110, Baltimore, MD, 21211 will be appreciated.
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By James H.Jackson XHC NLB | May 23, 1991
The Baltimore Skipjacks lost their leading scorer, center Alfie Turcotte, yesterday, along with one of their top defensemen, Chris Felix, both of whom have signed contracts to play next year in Europe.Both will play in the Austrian League, Skipjacks head coach and general manager Rob Laird said."I think everyone knew that Felix was going to leave. He openly told everyone that he would not be back, but I was very surprised and disappointed to lose Turcotte," said Laird. "Alfie is a very big loss.
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By James H.Jackson XHC NLB | May 23, 1991
The Baltimore Skipjacks lost their leading scorer, center Alfie Turcotte, yesterday, along with one of their top defensemen, Chris Felix, both of whom have signed contracts to play next year in Europe.Both will play in the Austrian League, Skipjacks head coach and general manager Rob Laird said."I think everyone knew that Felix was going to leave. He openly told everyone that he would not be back, but I was very surprised and disappointed to lose Turcotte," said Laird. "Alfie is a very big loss.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 3, 1991
HERSHEY, Pa. -- Alfie Turcotte's goal with 6 minutes, 21 seconds remaining gave the Baltimore Skipjacks a 6-5 American Hockey League victory over the Hershey Bears last night before 7,675, the largest crowd of the season at Hersheypark Arena.Turcotte's goal, on a shot from between the hash marks, broke a 5-5 tie, and the hard-checking Skipjacks held on the rest of the way."I had three Hershey guys on me down deep and skated out in front with the puck," said Turcotte, describing this game-winning goal.
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By Nestor Aparicio | February 18, 1991
VS. LOS ANGELES KINGS* WHEN: Today, 4:05.* WHERE: The Forum.* TV/RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: The Capitals are winless so far on the trip, losing in Calgary (8-2) and Vancouver (4-2). Saturday night the team lost Dimitri Khristich to an injury, so Alfie Turcotte is expected to see action today. Defenseman Mark Ferner, who also is on recall from the Jacks with Turcotte and Tim Bergland, hasn't played thus far. Peter Bondra and Rod Langway didn't make the trip and are working out with the Jacks in Baltimore.
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By James H. Jackson | February 13, 1991
The Halifax Citadels spoiled Baltimore's chance to gain ground in the American Hockey League's Southern Division by beating the Skipjacks, 5-4, at the Baltimore Arena last night.Meanwhile, goalie Grant Fuhr, playing his first game since being reinstated from a year's drug suspension, helped the Cape Breton Oilers to a 5-3 victory over the first-place Rochester Americans. A Skipjacks victory would have cut the Americans' lead to three points.Fuhr is eligible to rejoin the Edmonton Oilers, Cape Breton's parent team, Monday.
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By James H. Jackson | October 27, 1990
The Baltimore Skipjacks equaled a league-record nine goals in the first period and went on to swamp the Hershey Bears, 12-5, in an American Hockey League game last night at the Baltimore Arena.The victory, which ended a two-game Baltimore losing streak, allowed the Skipjacks (6-3) to hold onto first place in the Southern Division.The nine-goal period also broke the record of seven goals scored against Rochester in Baltimore, Nov. 23, 1984.Baltimore's 12 goals in the game tied a team record set Nov. 23, 1984 when it beat Rochesters, 12-0.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | May 15, 1991
Marilyn Turcotte was a little nervous about leaving her car parked at the Harman Elementary School, but she didn't have much choice when told space was limited at the campground where she was to accompany second-graders on an overnight trip.The bad news for Turcotte and 13 other parents and teachers came just after breakfast yesterday, when they were summoned to a tent and told their cars had been vandalized. Turcotte's 1989 Nissan Sentra was set afire and gutted."I planned on driving down," Turcotte said yesterday while standing in the school parking lot near where her car had been parked.
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By James H. Jackson | December 31, 1990
Alfie Turcotte scored two goals and Steve Seftel had three assists last night to lead the Baltimore Skipjacks to a 6-3 American Hockey League victory over the New Haven Nighthawks at the Baltimore Arena.The victory, Baltimore's second in a row and third in its past four games, moved the Skipjacks into a first-place tie with the idle Rochester Americans in the Southern Division.Turcotte scored the first and last goals for the Skipjacks; Seftel assisted on both and on a short-handed goal by Tim Taylor that broke a 2-2 tie in the second period put the Skipjacks ahead for good.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | May 15, 1991
Marilyn Turcotte was a little nervous about leaving her car parked at the Harman Elementary School, but she didn't have much choice when told space was limited at the campground where she was to accompany second-graders on an overnight trip.The bad news for Turcotte and 13 other parents and teachers came just after breakfast yesterday, when they were summoned to a tent and told their cars had been vandalized. Turcotte's 1989 Nissan Sentra was set afire and gutted."I planned on driving down," Turcotte said yesterday while standing in the school parking lot near where her car had been parked.
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By James H. Jackson | April 14, 1991
The Baltimore Skipjacks are alive and breathing.Needing a victory to avoid a quick exit from the American Hockey League's Calder Cup playoffs last night at the Baltimore Arena, the Skipjacks responded with a 6-5 victory over the Binghamton Rangers.Chris Felix's power-play goal with 6 minutes, 42 seconds remaining broke a 5-5 tie. Felix scored on a slap shot from center point that went into the upper portion of the cage."We had just missed a scoring chance, and Reggie [Savage] got the puck behind the goal and passed it out to Mark [Ferner]
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | April 5, 1991
BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- Coach Rob Laird hopes to have three of his offensive spark plugs, Alfie Turcotte, Steve Seftel and Tyler Larter, back in uniform tonight (7:30) when the Baltimore Skipjacks meet the Binghamton Rangers in the first game of the American Hockey League's Calder Cup playoffs at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Coliseum.Turcotte, the Skipjacks' leading scorer, and Larter and Seftel, two checkers, have been out nearly two weeks with injuries."Everyone has practiced this week, and I expect all of them to be ready to go," Laird said.
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By Gene O'Donnell and Gene O'Donnell,Special to The Sun | March 9, 1991
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Although the Springfield Indians had 10 power plays to the Baltimore Skipjacks' two, the Jacks scored on both of theirs in a 4-3 victory before 5,676 last night at the Springfield Civic Center.The Tribe got one power-play goal in its 10 chances.Mark Ferner broke a 3-3 tie with 7 minutes, 23 seconds remaining in the third period, sending a 55-footer past Springfield goalie Ross McKay, with the Indians' Marc Bergevin sitting out a penalty for closing his hand on the puck.
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By Nestor Aparicio | February 18, 1991
VS. LOS ANGELES KINGS* WHEN: Today, 4:05.* WHERE: The Forum.* TV/RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: The Capitals are winless so far on the trip, losing in Calgary (8-2) and Vancouver (4-2). Saturday night the team lost Dimitri Khristich to an injury, so Alfie Turcotte is expected to see action today. Defenseman Mark Ferner, who also is on recall from the Jacks with Turcotte and Tim Bergland, hasn't played thus far. Peter Bondra and Rod Langway didn't make the trip and are working out with the Jacks in Baltimore.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 14, 1991
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Capitals recalled center Alfie Turcotte and defenseman Mark Ferner from the Baltimore Skipjacks yesterday, and they will accompany the team on a three-game trip that begins tomorrow in Calgary, Alberta.Turcotte is the Skipjacks' leading scorer, with 25 goals and 43 assists in 51 games. Ferner has 10 goals and 25 assists in 42 games, and was named last week's American Hockey League Player of the Week.They were recalled because defenseman Rod Langway's back spasms are no better and because right wing John Kordic, 25, who missed practice Tuesday, has been suspended because of alcohol-related problems.
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By James H. Jackson | April 14, 1991
The Baltimore Skipjacks are alive and breathing.Needing a victory to avoid a quick exit from the American Hockey League's Calder Cup playoffs last night at the Baltimore Arena, the Skipjacks responded with a 6-5 victory over the Binghamton Rangers.Chris Felix's power-play goal with 6 minutes, 42 seconds remaining broke a 5-5 tie. Felix scored on a slap shot from center point that went into the upper portion of the cage."We had just missed a scoring chance, and Reggie [Savage] got the puck behind the goal and passed it out to Mark [Ferner]
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By Ron Moshier and Ron Moshier,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 21, 1990
UTICA, N.Y. -- John Purves, Jeff Greenlaw and Alfie Turcotte scored consecutive goals in the last four minutes of the second period, as the Baltimore Skipjacks avenged their only loss of the season with a 5-1 American Hockey League victory over the Utica Devils last night at Utica Memorial Auditorium.The Devils had moved into sole possession of first place in the Southern Division by winning four of their last five games, including a come-from-behind, 4-3 victory in Baltimore Tuesday. But the Skipjacks took command of last night's rematch in the second period, moments after Utica rookie Jeff Christian's power-play goal had cut Baltimore's lead to 2-1.Purves poked in a rebound of Tim Taylor's wrap-around try at 16 minutes, Greenlaw scored from a sharp angle at 16:30 and Turcotte made it 5-1 with only four seconds remaining in the second period.
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By James H. Jackson | February 13, 1991
The Halifax Citadels spoiled Baltimore's chance to gain ground in the American Hockey League's Southern Division by beating the Skipjacks, 5-4, at the Baltimore Arena last night.Meanwhile, goalie Grant Fuhr, playing his first game since being reinstated from a year's drug suspension, helped the Cape Breton Oilers to a 5-3 victory over the first-place Rochester Americans. A Skipjacks victory would have cut the Americans' lead to three points.Fuhr is eligible to rejoin the Edmonton Oilers, Cape Breton's parent team, Monday.
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By James H. Jackson | February 13, 1991
The Halifax Citadels spoiled Baltimore's chance to gain ground in the American Hockey League's Southern Division by beating the Skipjacks, 5-4, at the Baltimore Arena last night.Bruce Major and Marc Fortier each scored two goals for Halifax, which has won all three games from Baltimore this season.Edmonton Oilers goalie Grant Fuhr, recently reinstated by National Hockey League president John Ziegler from a year's drug suspension, played his first game -- in the AHL -- last night and helped the Cape Breton Oilers, Edmonton's top farm club, to a 5-3 victory over the Rochester Americans in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
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