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December 29, 1998 | JIM HODGES
Left wing Josh Green, who played his way onto the roster during training camp, sat his way off it, being dispatched to Springfield of the American Hockey League. Green, who began the season on the second line, was a healthy scratch for the last three games before being sent down Monday, a victim of a numbers game and of a decision to go with veteran players in hopes of salvaging what has been a miserable Kings' season.
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February 10, 2011 | Wire services
MEN Cal State Northridge 70, at Cal State Fullerton 68: Josh Greene scored 19 points and made the clinching three-pointer with 24 seconds left for the Matadors (10-14, 7-4 Big West). Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 80, at UC Irvine 71: Shawn Lewis scored 25 points and David Hanson scored all 14 of his points in the second half to lift the Mustangs (12-11, 7-4 Big West). UC Santa Barbara 59, at UC Riverside 47: Orlando Johnson made five of 10 three-pointers on his way to 31 points for the Gauchos (13-9, 6-5 Big West)
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October 3, 1998 | JIM HODGES
An exhibition tonight against San Jose at Salt Lake City offers Olli Jokinen his final chance at impressing the boss. An exhibition Sunday against Vancouver at Bakersfield gives Josh Green one more chance at doing the same thing. The Kings' rookie forward sweepstakes enters its final weekend, with the first prize a seat on the plane to Edmonton for the season opener. The second prize is a ticket to Springfield, Mass., where the American Hockey League Falcons hang out.
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December 29, 1998 | JIM HODGES
Left wing Josh Green, who played his way onto the roster during training camp, sat his way off it, being dispatched to Springfield of the American Hockey League. Green, who began the season on the second line, was a healthy scratch for the last three games before being sent down Monday, a victim of a numbers game and of a decision to go with veteran players in hopes of salvaging what has been a miserable Kings' season.
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September 16, 1998 | JIM HODGES
It's his third NHL training camp, and when Josh Green scored his first goal in a King sweater in a scrimmage Tuesday, he didn't want to put too much emphasis on it. But he wouldn't mind if General Manager Dave Taylor and Coach Larry Robinson did. "You think about it a little bit in the back of your mind, but there's so many things that they look for that one play isn't going to make it or break it," Green said. "They look at the overall picture, how you play away from the puck."
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October 10, 1998 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The phone rang in Camrose, about an hour south of here, and the message was approximately, "Eeeeeeyowwww," followed by, "What are you doing Saturday night?" Svend and Carol Green had no real plans, so they said they would be more than happy to meet their son, Josh, at Edmonton Coliseum. Oh, and they would bring along a few relatives and friends.
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February 10, 2011 | Wire services
MEN Cal State Northridge 70, at Cal State Fullerton 68: Josh Greene scored 19 points and made the clinching three-pointer with 24 seconds left for the Matadors (10-14, 7-4 Big West). Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 80, at UC Irvine 71: Shawn Lewis scored 25 points and David Hanson scored all 14 of his points in the second half to lift the Mustangs (12-11, 7-4 Big West). UC Santa Barbara 59, at UC Riverside 47: Orlando Johnson made five of 10 three-pointers on his way to 31 points for the Gauchos (13-9, 6-5 Big West)
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July 14, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
* The Detroit Red Wings have re-signed veteran defenseman Larry Murphy, 39, for another year. . . . The Edmonton Oilers signed left wing Josh Green and defenseman Alexei Semenov. . . . Dave Andreychuk has agreed to a contract with the Buffalo Sabres. Miscellany . . . May Mangkalakiri and Mike Chansawangpuvana of Orange advanced in the under-19 mixed doubles competition during the second day of the U.S. Junior National Badminton Championships at the Orange County Badminton Club in Orange.
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April 28, 1999
The Kings have added injury to the insult of a nonplayoff season, with winger Russ Courtnall and defenseman Philippe Boucher undergoing operations Tuesday. Boucher's right foot was operated on because of a bone spur, and Courtnall went through an arthroscopic examination of his right shoulder. They joined winger Josh Green, who had shoulder surgery a week ago, among the postseason injured.
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September 20, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
Left wing Jeff Shevalier and center Eric Belanger signed contracts, leaving three players unsigned. Shevalier, 23, the Kings' fourth pick in the 1992 draft, signed a one-year deal after participating in the first two weeks of training camp without a contract. Belanger, 19, considered one of the Kings' top players of the future, signed a three-year deal. He is listed as day to day because of a groin injury.
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October 10, 1998 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The phone rang in Camrose, about an hour south of here, and the message was approximately, "Eeeeeeyowwww," followed by, "What are you doing Saturday night?" Svend and Carol Green had no real plans, so they said they would be more than happy to meet their son, Josh, at Edmonton Coliseum. Oh, and they would bring along a few relatives and friends.
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October 3, 1998 | JIM HODGES
An exhibition tonight against San Jose at Salt Lake City offers Olli Jokinen his final chance at impressing the boss. An exhibition Sunday against Vancouver at Bakersfield gives Josh Green one more chance at doing the same thing. The Kings' rookie forward sweepstakes enters its final weekend, with the first prize a seat on the plane to Edmonton for the season opener. The second prize is a ticket to Springfield, Mass., where the American Hockey League Falcons hang out.
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September 16, 1998 | JIM HODGES
It's his third NHL training camp, and when Josh Green scored his first goal in a King sweater in a scrimmage Tuesday, he didn't want to put too much emphasis on it. But he wouldn't mind if General Manager Dave Taylor and Coach Larry Robinson did. "You think about it a little bit in the back of your mind, but there's so many things that they look for that one play isn't going to make it or break it," Green said. "They look at the overall picture, how you play away from the puck."
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January 8, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Martin Brodeur made 28 saves for his NHL-leading seventh shutout of the season and Brian Gionta scored twice, lifting New Jersey to a 3-0 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday at Montreal. Scott Gomez and Brian Rafalski each had two assists for the Devils, who have won three in a row. "It's huge. Things are so tight still," Gionta said. "We're just trying to gain some ground and we played two good teams, so to win back-to-back on the road is pretty good."
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February 1, 2000 | JIM HODGES
Olli Jokinen has hard feelings about the way he was traded by the Kings to the New York Islanders in June and said it would give him a bit of extra energy for the game between the two. It gave him enough to hammer former teammate Craig Johnson into the boards and draw a first-period penalty Monday night. The deal, in June, sent Jokinen, winger Josh Green and defenseman Mathieu Biron, plus a first-round draft choice, to the Islanders for Ziggy Palffy, Bryan Smolinski and goalie Marcel Cousineau.
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