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October 30, 2000
The Anchorage Aces defeated the Long Beach Ice Dogs, 4-2, before a crowd of 2,991 at Anchorage, Alaska. John Lilley gave Long Beach a 1-0 lead at 9:20 in the second period, but the Aces rallied with four goals in the final period. The Ice Dogs' second goal by Dimitri Kirilenko came on a power play at 18:21 of the third period. Anchorage goaltender Dan McIntyre stopped 30 of 32 shots on goal.
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October 30, 2000
The Anchorage Aces defeated the Long Beach Ice Dogs, 4-2, before a crowd of 2,991 at Anchorage, Alaska. John Lilley gave Long Beach a 1-0 lead at 9:20 in the second period, but the Aces rallied with four goals in the final period. The Ice Dogs' second goal by Dimitri Kirilenko came on a power play at 18:21 of the third period. Anchorage goaltender Dan McIntyre stopped 30 of 32 shots on goal.
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March 15, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD
John Lilley, who played for the U.S. Olympic hockey team in Lillehammer, will join the Mighty Ducks at practice today after being called up from minor league affiliate San Diego. Lilley, 21, signed a multiyear contract with the Ducks last week and has appeared in two games with San Diego. He had two goals and an assist Saturday against Cleveland in his second game. Lilley, who played right wing for the U.S.
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January 26, 1995 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
First came the lockout and then the Mighty Ducks' decision that their promising young rookie would be best served by playing in the minors for the time being. Next thing John Lilley knew, he had broken his jaw and couldn't play at all. Heck, he couldn't even eat. Talk about feeling doubly cursed. A month spent with his jaw wired shut, drinking only milkshakes and other fluids to keep him going. A month without skating. It was tough to know which was worse.
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January 26, 1995 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
First came the lockout and then the Mighty Ducks' decision that their promising young rookie would be best served by playing in the minors for the time being. Next thing John Lilley knew, he had broken his jaw and couldn't play at all. Heck, he couldn't even eat. Talk about feeling doubly cursed. A month spent with his jaw wired shut, drinking only milkshakes and other fluids to keep him going. A month without skating. It was tough to know which was worse.
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April 3, 1994 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He ran amok for seven games, hitting everyone in sight and looking very much like the red-devil-with-hockey-stick tattoo on his right shoulder. John Lilley made friends quickly with the Mighty Ducks, his feisty style making him seem larger than his 5-foot-9, 170-pound frame. But there was one thing missing--his first NHL goal. Saturday, in his eighth big-league game, it happened. Against the Toronto Maple Leafs. On Hockey Night in Canada. In front of 17,174 at The Pond of Anaheim.
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November 12, 2000
John Lilley scored two goals and Martin Woods, Tomas Kapusta and Kelly Askew also scored goals for the Ice Dogs Saturday night in a 5-2 victory over the Fresno Falcons at Long Beach Arena. Woods scored on a power play at 10:39 of the second period to put the Ice Dogs ahead to stay. Askew, who assisted on Woods' goal, had his fifth multiple-point game of the season.
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January 4, 1995 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Mighty Duck left wing Steven King, who missed the final two months of last season after undergoing reconstructive surgery on his right shoulder, is scheduled to undergo exploratory surgery on his other shoulder Thursday and might be unable to play this season even if the NHL lockout is resolved. Right wing John Lilley, who was assigned to San Diego when the lockout began, will be out about another month after breaking his jaw in a game Dec. 14.
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April 22, 1994
Three Mighty Ducks were named Thursday to compete for their national teams in the International Ice Hockey Federation world championships April 25-May 8 in Italy. Defenseman Bobby Dollas will compete for Canada, goaltender Mikhail Shtalenkov has been named to the Russian team and left wing Patrik Carnback will play for Sweden.
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December 18, 2000 | Times Wires Services
The Anchorage Aces scored four goals in the first 26 minutes Sunday and hung on for a 4-3 victory over the Long Beach Ice Dogs at the Sullivan Arena. Long Beach came up short in the finale of a three-game series after Sean Rowe scored at 5:38 of the second period to give the Aces a 4-1 lead. Rene Chapdelaine scored a power-play goal at 14:23, and John Lilley scored his second goal of the game for the Ducks at 16:41 to make the score 4-3.
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April 3, 1994 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He ran amok for seven games, hitting everyone in sight and looking very much like the red-devil-with-hockey-stick tattoo on his right shoulder. John Lilley made friends quickly with the Mighty Ducks, his feisty style making him seem larger than his 5-foot-9, 170-pound frame. But there was one thing missing--his first NHL goal. Saturday, in his eighth big-league game, it happened. Against the Toronto Maple Leafs. On Hockey Night in Canada. In front of 17,174 at The Pond of Anaheim.
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March 15, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD
John Lilley, who played for the U.S. Olympic hockey team in Lillehammer, will join the Mighty Ducks at practice today after being called up from minor league affiliate San Diego. Lilley, 21, signed a multiyear contract with the Ducks last week and has appeared in two games with San Diego. He had two goals and an assist Saturday against Cleveland in his second game. Lilley, who played right wing for the U.S.
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November 9, 2000
Goals by Martin Woods, John Lilley and Vashi Nedomansky lifted the Ice Dogs to a 3-0 victory over the Idaho Steelheads in a West Coast Hockey League game Wednesday night before 5,043 at Boise, Idaho. The Steelheads (8-2) had their seven-game win streak ended. Mike Buzak had 32 saves for the Ice Dogs (6-1-4) and Kelly Askew had two assists. Long Beach returns home for games Friday against Phoenix and Saturday against Fresno.
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November 2, 2000
John Lilley and Ralph Barahona each had a hat trick as the Long Beach Ice Dogs defeated the Bakersfield Condors, 7-4, in a West Coast Hockey League game before 1,785 at the Long Beach Arena. With the score tied 3-3 after twoperiods, the Ice Dogs (4-1-3) scored four goals in the third to put the Condors (2-4-1) away. Lilley scored his third goal of the night at the 10:14 mark and Barahona scored his third goal with two minutes remaining.
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