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September 28, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jeremy Roenick, the Chicago Blackhawks' second-leading scorer last year, signed a multiyear contract with the team. . . .
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December 2, 2013 | Helene Elliott
Ask any former NHL player who's about 45 or older if he ever had a concussion and he's likely to say he got his bell rung once or twice but went back out and played. It was unthinkable not to. Stoicism was - and is - as much a part of the game as ice. Medical knowledge about the terrible effects of repeated brain injuries has since advanced. It's flippant to joke about brain injuries after learning of the neurological and behavioral problems experienced by Bob Probert and Derek Boogaard and other NFL players who were posthumously found to have chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or degenerative brain disease.
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December 26, 2002
'I am going to hit someone hard. I will hit him clean and legal like I've done for over 1,000 games in this league. I am going to come at people even harder just to spite everybody.' Jeremy Roenick, Philadelphia Flyer on critics of his hit on Dallas' Mike Modano that drew a two-game suspension
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February 2, 2010 | T.J. Simers
I'm sorry, I really am, and that doesn't even begin to make amends for what I'm about to do to you. You deserve better, and it's too bad USC and UCLA have crummy basketball teams -- nothing to write there. The Lakers are off, the Clippers are away and Super Bowl media day is best covered by the media that is there. I had planned on better, a treat really for each and every one of you because Frank McCourt is talking again, making that announcement for some reason while I was on vacation.
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April 24, 1996 | From Associated Press
Chicago 1, Calgary 1 (2OT)--The Blackhawks needed a goal by Jeremy Roenick with nine seconds left in regulation time to tie the game, which remained that way after two overtime sessions in Calgary. Jarome Iginla scored at 5:53 of the second period to give the Flames, down 3-0 in the series, a one-goal lead.
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November 25, 1996 | Associated Press
The Phoenix Coyotes will be without center Jeremy Roenick for up to three weeks while he recovers from a sprained right knee. Roenick collided with New York Islander winger Brent Hughes with 12:44 remaining in the third period of Saturday night's 3-3 overtime tie. Hughes was given a penalty for kneeing on the play. Roenick was helped off the ice and did not return.
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May 5, 2004 | From Associated Press
When Coach Ken Hitchcock told the Philadelphia Flyers to go for it in overtime, Jeremy Roenick pictured how he'd score the winning goal. It happened just how he planned. Roenick beat goaltender Ed Belfour on the short side during a two-on-one break 7:39 into overtime Tuesday night, giving the Flyers a 3-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs and sending Philadelphia into the Eastern Conference finals. "My eyes went wide," Roenick said.
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September 14, 1996 | Associated Press
It looks like the Phoenix Coyotes will begin their exhibition schedule without two unsigned players--center Jeremy Roenick and right wing Igor Korolev. Roenick, obtained in an Aug. 16 trade with Chicago for two players and a 1997 first-round draft pick, remains far apart in contract negotiations with Phoenix. Roenick, a four-time All-Star, reportedly is seeking a five-year contract worth between $4.5 million and $6 million a season.
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October 1, 2005
The situation with Jeremy Roenick is going to keep happening all season. The Kings knew when they signed him that he almost retired because of concussions while with Philadelphia. King fans have had enough torture with Jason Allison and Adam Deadmarsh out of the lineup for the last few years, now Roenick too. We usually get to the beginning of December at least before the Kings lose players to concussions. Pavol Demitra, welcome to L.A., but please watch your head on the ice because we can't afford to lose you too!
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December 19, 2002 | From Associated Press
Philadelphia Flyer forward Jeremy Roenick was suspended for two games by the NHL on Wednesday for his hit on Dallas Stars' center Mike Modano. Roenick checked Modano hard in the first period, knocking him out of Tuesday night's game. Modano had scored in the first minute. Modano fell to the ice, and remained there for several minutes, before being helped to the dressing room.
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April 27, 2008 | From the Associated Press
SAN JOSE -- In his first 18 NHL seasons, Jeremy Roenick would have celebrated a decisive playoff win in old-time hockey fashion by downing a few cold beers, or perhaps a good glass of wine. After propelling the San Jose Sharks into the second round with a four-point performance in Game 7 against Calgary, Roenick was in high spirits, but not because of any spirits he was about to drink. "I guess I've got to go have a soda water right now," he said with a smirk. When Roenick postponed retirement for another Stanley Cup run, he also gave up alcohol for the year.
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April 6, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Jeremy Roenick is playing as if these are his last games -- just in case. Roenick had a goal and an assist to help the Phoenix Coyotes beat the Kings, 3-2, Thursday night. He has two goals and two assists in his last three games. "It's been a good couple weeks for me," said the 37-year-old Roenick, who indicated last month that he was considering retiring after this season. "I don't know if these are the last couple, but I'd like to think I'm trying to play like they are."
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April 2, 2006 | Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
A shutout by Mathieu Garon. A big goal by Jeremy Roenick. The winning formula in the Kings' 1-0 victory over the Dallas Stars at Staples Center on Saturday was just what they hoped they'd get all season. They didn't foresee that they'd need that combination merely to keep their flickering playoff hopes alive.
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January 24, 2006 | Lonnie White; Eric Stephens
After struggling through significant injuries to several key players for most of the season, the Kings are close to getting a few back. Forwards Jeremy Roenick (finger) and Eric Belanger (groin), along with defenseman Aaron Miller (back), have been skating with teammates, which is a positive sign for Coach Andy Murray. "Miller and Roenick are going to travel to San Jose, but they won't play," Murray said. Miller has not played since Dec. 23, and Roenick has been sidelined since Dec. 19.
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December 8, 2005 | Pete Thomas
Jeremy Roenick has made his argument. Tonight he'll try to back it up against the Carolina Hurricanes. Their head coach, Peter Laviolette, will also coach Team USA at the Winter Olympics in February in Turin, Italy. Roenick was asked whether he expects to be chosen. "I better be," the King center said. "It would be a travesty if I'm not.... I know they want a youth movement, and they need to have one, but it'd be disrespectful of the guys who have gotten Team USA to this point internationally."
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November 6, 2005 | Lisa Dillman, Times Staff Writer
The burning question afterward was not "Who shot J.R.?" It was "Two shots or one?" King center Jeremy Roenick was in the middle of the great shootout debate Saturday afternoon at Staples Center. His goal in the franchise-first shootout helped give the Kings a 3-2 victory over the Nashville Predators and unleashed a few moments of chaos. Roenick, who had slipped and was falling, had the wherewithal to stuff the puck past Nashville goalie Tomas Vokoun.
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August 4, 2005 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
Jeremy Roenick, the veteran NHL center who is rarely at a loss for words, may be heading west, as the Kings are in discussions to acquire him from the Philadelphia Flyers. Roenick, 35, became expendable after the Flyers signed Peter Forsberg on Wednesday, leaving Philadelphia over the $39-million salary cap. That could make the price for Roenick reasonable.
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October 18, 2005 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
The Kings' Jeremy Roenick on Monday ripped the new collective bargaining agreement reached in July, saying it allows NHL owners to use the players' salary concessions to subsidize the intense efforts to try to win back fans. "The owners can sit there and do giveaways and lower ticket prices to get the fans back to the game knowing that what they are really doing is taking it out of our pockets," Roenick said.
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October 5, 2005
* 2003-04 record: 28-29-16-9, 81 points, third in Pacific Division. * The coach: Andy Murray, sixth season. * Who's gone: Jason Allison, Anson Carter, Roman Cechmanek, Adam Deadmarsh, Trent Klatt, Ian Laperriere, Jaroslav Modry, Ziggy Palffy, Martin Straka, Josef Stumpel. * Who's new: Valeri Bure, Craig Conroy, Pavol Demitra, Mathieu Garon, Jeremy Roenick. * Projected lines: Frolov-Roenick-Cammalleri; Robitaille-Armstrong-Bure; Brown-Conroy-Demitra; Cowan-Belanger-Avery.
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