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September 24, 1995 | Associated Press
Forward J.F. Jomphe made his stint on a line with Valeri Karpov and Denny Lambert count with a goal and two assists in the Mighty Ducks' 4-3 exhibition loss to the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night. The game, the first in GM Place, was settled when Jyrki Lumme scored a power-play goal at 11:49 of the third period. Lambert put the Ducks up, 3-2, with a power-play goal at 3:28 of the third. Jomphe, who won a contract after a tryout in 1993, scored and helped set up Karpov's goal.
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May 7, 2003 | From Associated Press
With a little self-control and one big game, center Cliff Ronning overcame one of the most disappointing moments of his career. After being acquired last summer by Minnesota, the former King became the Wild's oldest and highest-paid player. His experience helped the young team make the playoffs, but he wasn't doing much for Minnesota during the first part of its Western Conference semifinal series with Vancouver.
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January 25, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Ducks have asked the NHL for supplementary discipline against Phoenix center Cliff Ronning, who was not penalized despite slashing Teemu Selanne during the Ducks' 6-3 loss Thursday. The incident started when the players slashed each other, then Selanne crumpled to the ice after being struck on the side of a knee.
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November 19, 2002 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Although he was traded to the Kings with about four weeks left in the regular season, Cliff Ronning was the leading scorer for the Nashville Predators last season. This season, he is the No. 2 scorer for the Minnesota Wild. In between, the diminutive forward was a bust with the Kings. In 14 regular-season games, he scored one goal and five points. In four playoff games against the Colorado Avalanche, he contributed one assist.
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December 31, 1996 | From Associated Press
Cliff Ronning scored midway through the third period to break a tie as the Phoenix Coyotes went on to beat the Red Wings, 5-3, Monday night at Detroit. Ronning, who has 34 points in his last 36 games against Detroit, took a pass from Mike Gartner in the right corner and beat goaltender Chris Osgood for his fifth goal at 11:02. Pittsburgh 5, Washington 3--Tomas Sandstrom's second goal of the game broke a third-period tie at Pittsburgh and rookie goalie Patrick Lalime remained undefeated.
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October 25, 1993 | From Associated Press
Kelly Miller's goal at 1:26 of overtime Sunday night gave the Washington Capitals a 3-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers at Edmonton. The victory, the Capitals' first in five road games, extended their win streak to three games. The Oilers, who have lost five in a row, are 0-7-1 in their last eight games after opening with two victories. Miller took a pass from defenseman Kevin Hatcher and beat goaltender Bill Ranford from the faceoff circle for the game-winner.
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March 18, 2002 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cliff Ronning has had easier weeks. Last Tuesday, he was honored by the Nashville Predators after playing in his 1,000th NHL game a few nights earlier. Two days later, the Predators' all-time leading scorer pledged his allegiance to the fourth-year expansion franchise, telling reporters he and his family were happily settled in Nashville and that he hoped to play in the Predators' first playoff game, whenever that might be.
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May 7, 2003 | From Associated Press
With a little self-control and one big game, center Cliff Ronning overcame one of the most disappointing moments of his career. After being acquired last summer by Minnesota, the former King became the Wild's oldest and highest-paid player. His experience helped the young team make the playoffs, but he wasn't doing much for Minnesota during the first part of its Western Conference semifinal series with Vancouver.
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November 19, 2002 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Although he was traded to the Kings with about four weeks left in the regular season, Cliff Ronning was the leading scorer for the Nashville Predators last season. This season, he is the No. 2 scorer for the Minnesota Wild. In between, the diminutive forward was a bust with the Kings. In 14 regular-season games, he scored one goal and five points. In four playoff games against the Colorado Avalanche, he contributed one assist.
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March 23, 2002 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The good news for Cliff Ronning is that, after 15 seasons in the NHL, he no longer hears questions about whether he's too small to last. The bad news is, now some wonder whether he's too old. "It's a never-ending battle," said the 5-foot-8, 165-pound Ronning, a 36-year-old left wing acquired by the Kings last week in a trade with the Nashville Predators. "But I think it has helped me to make sure I'm always ready to play. "It motivates me."
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April 25, 2002 | Chris Foster
The Kings will be short-handed tonight when they try to keep from being eliminated by the Colorado Avalanche in Game 5 of their series. Cliff Ronning, who missed Tuesday's game, is out with what Coach Andy Murray said were "concussion-like symptoms." The Kings may also be without right wing Adam Deadmarsh, who crashed into the boards at the start of the third period Tuesday. Deadmarsh underwent an MRI Wednesday, which showed no damage, but he does have a strained neck.
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March 23, 2002 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The good news for Cliff Ronning is that, after 15 seasons in the NHL, he no longer hears questions about whether he's too small to last. The bad news is, now some wonder whether he's too old. "It's a never-ending battle," said the 5-foot-8, 165-pound Ronning, a 36-year-old left wing acquired by the Kings last week in a trade with the Nashville Predators. "But I think it has helped me to make sure I'm always ready to play. "It motivates me."
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March 18, 2002 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cliff Ronning has had easier weeks. Last Tuesday, he was honored by the Nashville Predators after playing in his 1,000th NHL game a few nights earlier. Two days later, the Predators' all-time leading scorer pledged his allegiance to the fourth-year expansion franchise, telling reporters he and his family were happily settled in Nashville and that he hoped to play in the Predators' first playoff game, whenever that might be.
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March 17, 2002 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Kings got some offensive help Saturday, and not only from the four players who scored in a 4-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins in front of a sellout crowd of 18,118 at Staples Center. Cliff Ronning, the Nashville Predators' leading scorer in each of their four seasons, was acquired in a trade for seldom-used defenseman Jere Karalahti and a conditional draft pick.
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January 25, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Ducks have asked the NHL for supplementary discipline against Phoenix center Cliff Ronning for slashing Teemu Selanne during the Ducks' 6-3 loss Thursday. But Ronning's reputation and Selanne's retaliatory cross-check might limit the chances the Ducks' appeal will succeed. No penalty was called on Ronning. The incident started with both players slashing each other, and Selanne crumpled to the ice after being struck on the side of his knee. The pain didn't keep him from playing, however.
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December 31, 1996 | From Associated Press
Cliff Ronning scored midway through the third period to break a tie as the Phoenix Coyotes went on to beat the Red Wings, 5-3, Monday night at Detroit. Ronning, who has 34 points in his last 36 games against Detroit, took a pass from Mike Gartner in the right corner and beat goaltender Chris Osgood for his fifth goal at 11:02. Pittsburgh 5, Washington 3--Tomas Sandstrom's second goal of the game broke a third-period tie at Pittsburgh and rookie goalie Patrick Lalime remained undefeated.
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April 25, 2002 | Chris Foster
The Kings will be short-handed tonight when they try to keep from being eliminated by the Colorado Avalanche in Game 5 of their series. Cliff Ronning, who missed Tuesday's game, is out with what Coach Andy Murray said were "concussion-like symptoms." The Kings may also be without right wing Adam Deadmarsh, who crashed into the boards at the start of the third period Tuesday. Deadmarsh underwent an MRI Wednesday, which showed no damage, but he does have a strained neck.
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September 24, 1995 | Associated Press
Forward J.F. Jomphe made his stint on a line with Valeri Karpov and Denny Lambert count with a goal and two assists in the Mighty Ducks' 4-3 exhibition loss to the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday night. The game, the first in GM Place, was settled when Jyrki Lumme scored a power-play goal at 11:49 of the third period. Lambert put the Ducks up, 3-2, with a power-play goal at 3:28 of the third. Jomphe, who won a contract after a tryout in 1993, scored and helped set up Karpov's goal.
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