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November 22, 1997 | JOHN WEYLER
Left wing Jeremy Stevenson, recalled Thursday from minor league affiliate Cincinnati, didn't even smile when goalie Guy Hebert answered a question for him. "Score a lot of goals," Hebert said. "That's why he's here." Stevenson, 23, had five goals in 10 games at Cincinnati but he also had 34 penalty minutes. And he seems to have a very clear picture of his role with the Ducks. "I want to make sure nobody messes with Teemu [Selanne]," he said. "If I have to fight, I'll fight.
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November 22, 1997 | JOHN WEYLER
Left wing Jeremy Stevenson, recalled Thursday from minor league affiliate Cincinnati, didn't even smile when goalie Guy Hebert answered a question for him. "Score a lot of goals," Hebert said. "That's why he's here." Stevenson, 23, had five goals in 10 games at Cincinnati but he also had 34 penalty minutes. And he seems to have a very clear picture of his role with the Ducks. "I want to make sure nobody messes with Teemu [Selanne]," he said. "If I have to fight, I'll fight.
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March 13, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Todd Ewen drew back his fist in front of Jeremy Stevenson's face after the Mighty Ducks' practice Tuesday, and Stevenson beamed. Then Ewen showed him how to avoid a punch, duck under an arm and try to take a fighter off his skates. Stevenson's smile never faded. He was getting his first NHL fighting lesson, just in time to fill in for Ewen during the veteran tough guy's two-game suspension, which begins tonight against Colorado.
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March 13, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Todd Ewen drew back his fist in front of Jeremy Stevenson's face after the Mighty Ducks' practice Tuesday, and Stevenson beamed. Then Ewen showed him how to avoid a punch, duck under an arm and try to take a fighter off his skates. Stevenson's smile never faded. He was getting his first NHL fighting lesson, just in time to fill in for Ewen during the veteran tough guy's two-game suspension, which begins tonight against Colorado.
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March 12, 1996 | From Associated Press
Denis Savard had two goals and an assist to become the 15th player with 1,300 points as the Chicago Blackhawks ended a four-game losing streak by defeating the faltering Florida Panthers, 8-4, Monday night at Chicago. While numerous lineup changes helped Chicago end its slump, the Panthers' problems continued. Since Feb. 24, they are 0-7-1. * NHL Notes The Mighty Ducks called up left wing Jeremy Stevenson, 21, from minor league affiliate Baltimore.
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September 26, 2000 | From Associated Press
NHL most valuable player Chris Pronger and the St. Louis Blues cut off negotiations on a new contract Monday, although the team made it clear it wouldn't let him get away. "As far as I'm concerned, he's going to be a Blue for a long time," General Manager Larry Pleau said. Pronger, also named the league's best defenseman last season, is in the final year of a six-year contract and intends to become a Group II free agent in July. He's believed to be seeking a $10 million deal.
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March 2, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD
No opponent has been tougher on the Ducks than the Detroit Red Wings. It started with the first game in franchise history and hasn't varied much since, although the Ducks beat the Red Wings for the first time this season, winning 3-1, on Nov. 24 in Anaheim. Before that, the Ducks had a 12-game winless streak that started with a 7-2 loss on Oct. 8, 1993. Overall, Detroit leads the series, 9-1-3 and has outscored the Ducks 62-36.
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October 29, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Paul Kariya probably will make his season debut Wednesday against the Vancouver Canucks. "I'm just assuming he's going to play," Coach Ron Wilson said. "I'm pretty sure he is." Kariya has been practicing since Saturday but hasn't played since the World Championships in May because of an abdominal injury. * Mikhail Shtalenkov will start in goal Wednesday, replacing Guy Hebert. Shtalenkov shut out Chicago on Oct. 9 in the team's only victory.
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September 20, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Goaltender Guy Hebert is expected in camp today, the final arrival from the World Cup. The Ducks are the only NHL team that sent two goalies to the tournament, and since Hebert and Mikhail Shtalenkov were both backups, they're in shape but in need of game action. Ron Wilson--Hebert's coach in Anaheim and with Team USA--would like to put Hebert in the lineup right away for Saturday's exhibition against the New York Rangers in Las Vegas.
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February 18, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD
With pressure to make the playoffs building and Coach Ron Wilson's contract up after this season, General Manager Jack Ferreira tried to ease the tension by telling Wilson he'll speak to his agent this week about a long-promised extension. The Ducks said last April that Wilson would be offered a new deal through at least 1998, but the organization has dragged its feet about getting an agreement on paper--a delay club President Tony Tavares has insisted doesn't mean anything.
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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 24, 1996 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Garry Valk had a pretty good idea what to expect from San Jose enforcer Todd Ewen, a teammate for three seasons in Anaheim before signing with the Sharks during the off-season. "You always want to make your old team think they made a mistake in not keeping you," Valk said. "Goal scorers try to get three goals. Enforcers try to run people. I'm sure Todd won't change his game against us."
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