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October 2, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Ducks made two trades involving six players Tuesday, sending defenseman Jason York and center Shaun Van Allen to Ottawa for forward Ted Drury and defense prospect Marc Moro, then trading former King Kevin Brown to Hartford for the rights to center Espen Knutsen, who is playing in Sweden. By trading York, 26, one of the team's few experienced defensemen, the team indicated it will go with a younger corps.
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January 10, 2002
Mighty Duck defenseman Jason York sat out Wednesday's game because of a sore right shoulder, a precautionary move according to Coach Bryan Murray. York, who signed a three-year, $6-million contract last summer, underwent a MRI exam Tuesday. Duck officials said the tests were negative and that York was resting a "sore shoulder." But York said that it revealed tendinitis in the rotator cuff and said it was a "day-to-day thing."
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SPORTS
January 10, 2002
Mighty Duck defenseman Jason York sat out Wednesday's game because of a sore right shoulder, a precautionary move according to Coach Bryan Murray. York, who signed a three-year, $6-million contract last summer, underwent a MRI exam Tuesday. Duck officials said the tests were negative and that York was resting a "sore shoulder." But York said that it revealed tendinitis in the rotator cuff and said it was a "day-to-day thing."
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January 8, 2002
This has been a trying season for Might Duck defenseman Jason York. He left Ottawa, where the playoffs return every spring like the swallows to San Juan Capistrano, and signed with the Ducks, who have gone south, one way, again this winter. On top of that, York has played with a sore left shoulder much of the season, which has limited his abilities. Yet, York deserves the stiff-upper-lip award.
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January 8, 2002
This has been a trying season for Might Duck defenseman Jason York. He left Ottawa, where the playoffs return every spring like the swallows to San Juan Capistrano, and signed with the Ducks, who have gone south, one way, again this winter. On top of that, York has played with a sore left shoulder much of the season, which has limited his abilities. Yet, York deserves the stiff-upper-lip award.
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July 4, 2001 | Chris Foster
The Mighty Ducks signed unrestricted free agent defenseman Jason York, solidifying a defense that gave up 245 goals last season, the second most in the Western Conference. York, 31, signed a three-year contract worth about $2.5 million a year. He had six goals and 28 points last season for Ottawa. "I think this is a team on rise," said York, who played for the Ducks in the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons. "I hope to add experience and help out in that fashion."
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October 13, 2001 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jason York burst into the zone, picked up a rebound and whipped the puck into an all-but-empty net Friday night. Welcome home. York, under the microscope as the Mighty Ducks' high-profile free agent this season, was a money player with the game-winning goal Friday night in a 2-1 victory over the Washington Capitals in front of an announced crowd of 16,219 at the Arrowhead Pond. His burst of speed fulfilled some of the short-term requirements Coach Bryan Murray has this season.
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October 2, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks shuffled their roster in preparation for the season by trading three players Tuesday, including defenseman Jason York and center Shaun Van Allen. York and Van Allen were sent to Ottawa for forward Ted Drury and the rights to prospect Marc Moro, a defenseman. In another move, the Ducks traded former King Kevin Brown, a forward who appeared to be headed for the minors, to Hartford for the rights to center Espen Knutsen, who is playing in Sweden.
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November 14, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Center Ted Drury, acquired from Ottawa before the season to add offensive depth, does not have a point in his last eight games and was a healthy scratch for the third time Wednesday. The Ducks traded defenseman Jason York and center Shaun Van Alen on Oct. 1 for Drury and defense prospect Marc Moro, 19, who was the 27th pick overall in the 1995 draft.
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July 7, 2001
A week into NHL free agency, the Mighty Ducks have made their season ticket push by signing Keith Carney, Denny Lambert and Jason York. As long as the Three Stooges (Eisner, Tavares and Gauthier) are running this organization, they're in trouble. During Gauthier's reign, more than two-thirds of the roster has been turned over, thus far with little benefit. Management will tell you they have the eighth-highest payroll in the league. Yet the fans know the team is cheap. Which other NHL team fired its radio color announcer to save money?
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October 13, 2001 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jason York burst into the zone, picked up a rebound and whipped the puck into an all-but-empty net Friday night. Welcome home. York, under the microscope as the Mighty Ducks' high-profile free agent this season, was a money player with the game-winning goal Friday night in a 2-1 victory over the Washington Capitals in front of an announced crowd of 16,219 at the Arrowhead Pond. His burst of speed fulfilled some of the short-term requirements Coach Bryan Murray has this season.
SPORTS
July 4, 2001 | Chris Foster
The Mighty Ducks signed unrestricted free agent defenseman Jason York, solidifying a defense that gave up 245 goals last season, the second most in the Western Conference. York, 31, signed a three-year contract worth about $2.5 million a year. He had six goals and 28 points last season for Ottawa. "I think this is a team on rise," said York, who played for the Ducks in the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons. "I hope to add experience and help out in that fashion."
SPORTS
October 2, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks shuffled their roster in preparation for the season by trading three players Tuesday, including defenseman Jason York and center Shaun Van Allen. York and Van Allen were sent to Ottawa for forward Ted Drury and the rights to prospect Marc Moro, a defenseman. In another move, the Ducks traded former King Kevin Brown, a forward who appeared to be headed for the minors, to Hartford for the rights to center Espen Knutsen, who is playing in Sweden.
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October 2, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Ducks made two trades involving six players Tuesday, sending defenseman Jason York and center Shaun Van Allen to Ottawa for forward Ted Drury and defense prospect Marc Moro, then trading former King Kevin Brown to Hartford for the rights to center Espen Knutsen, who is playing in Sweden. By trading York, 26, one of the team's few experienced defensemen, the team indicated it will go with a younger corps.
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