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April 15, 1991
Former NHL players Hakan Loob, Mats Naslund and Tomas Jonsson led Sweden to a 5-3 exhibition victory over the United States in Stockholm. Danton Cole scored twice and David Emma once for U.S. team.
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SPORTS
April 15, 1991
Former NHL players Hakan Loob, Mats Naslund and Tomas Jonsson led Sweden to a 5-3 exhibition victory over the United States in Stockholm. Danton Cole scored twice and David Emma once for U.S. team.
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SPORTS
April 1, 1991
David Emma, a two-time All-American center at Boston College, was named winner of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the top college hockey player.
SPORTS
April 1, 1991
David Emma, a two-time All-American center at Boston College, was named winner of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the top college hockey player.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 22, 2013 | By Jevon Phillips
The further adventures of Rumpelstiltskin and Belle were on full display in the "Lacey" episode of "Once Upon a Time," and despite substantial misdirection onto a Robin Hood path, it was the Evil Queen who stole the show. It starts off with a violent dream wherein Mr. Gold kills his grandson Henry after turning him to porcelain.  Heck of a dream. Back in the real world, Gold gets to be the one to tell Regina that his son is Henry's father.  The Evil Queen believes that Gold set it all up. She drops a curious fact when she says: "When I adopted him, it was you who procured him for me. " Wow, didn't know that.
SPORTS
August 6, 1990 | From Associated Press
The Soviet Union needed a penalty-shot shootout to beat the United States, 4-3, at the Tacoma Dome and win the Goodwill Games hockey gold medal. It was the closest the Americans have come to beating a Soviet national team in an international event since 1980 and the Miracle on Ice in the Lake Placid Olympics. The United States led, 3-2, in the final minute, but Valeri Kamensky sent the game into overtime with his third goal with 21 seconds left.
SPORTS
December 20, 1993 | From Associated Press
Mike Richter of the New York Rangers made 22 saves and set a franchise record by extending his unbeaten streak to 20 games with a 6-3 victory over the Ottawa Senators Sunday night at New York. Richter, 17-0-3 since losing at Tampa Bay 4-1 on Oct. 22, surpassed the mark of 19 games (14-0-5), set by Davey Kerr in the 1939-40 season, the last in which the Rangers won a Stanley Cup.
SPORTS
February 11, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT, From Staff and Wire Reports
The U.S. Olympic hockey team will have essentially the same lineup against Germany today as it did in its 6-3 victory over Italy Sunday, but its strategy will be slightly different. Coach Dave Peterson plans to emphasize speed in his game plan, hoping his team's swiftness can offset the Germans' size and age. Germany defeated the Peterson-coached United States team, 4-1, at Calgary in 1988. "They're never easy," Peterson said.
SPORTS
December 22, 1990 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Michigan State came to Southern California with an 8-8-4 record, its worst start in a decade, but the Spartans are going home with momentum, a confidence boost and another Great Western Freeze-Out hockey championship. The Spartans defeated No. 4 Boston College, 3-2, Friday night at the Forum despite being outshot, 42-18. Walter Bartels scored the game-winner on a breakaway down the right side off a perfect feed from Kelly Harper 2 minutes 17 seconds into the final period.
SPORTS
February 8, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT
David Delfino never knew his grandfather, Domenic. But his ancestor will be his inspiration Sunday, when Delfino dons the uniform of the Italian Olympic hockey team and faces his friends and former college rivals on the U.S. Olympic hockey team. Delfino grew up in Medford, Mass., where his parents still live, and was a goalie for Lowell University. His grandfather's Italian birth enabled Delfino to fulfill a dream that would otherwise have gone unrealized.
SPORTS
December 21, 1990 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stephen Heinze had no idea where his quick wrist shot came from Thursday night. Neither did Minnesota goaltender Jeff Stolp, who was beaten twice by Heinze's quick trigger as fourth-ranked Boston College upset the top-ranked Golden Gophers, 3-2, in the second Great Western Freeze-Out at the Forum.
SPORTS
November 15, 2000 | From Associated Press
The San Jose Sharks are brimming with confidence. The Stanley Cup champion New Jersey Devils wonder where theirs went. Mike Ricci scored the winning goal nine minutes into the third period Tuesday night to lead the Sharks to a 3-2 victory over the sinking Devils at East Rutherford, N.J. The Devils lost their sixth in a row and extended their winless streak to seven. New Jersey, with 15 points at 6-8-3, is tied with the New York Islanders at the bottom of the Atlantic Division.
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