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October 29, 1991 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
First came the stamps, when he was 6. Then the coins at 10. Then the antiques and the movie business and the horses and the Kings and the Toronto Argonauts. And Wayne Gretzky. And Honus Wagner. And the Rocket. And the fabulous Baker boys. And maybe the NBA next. And who knows what else. Maybe he will simply buy the Stanley Cup. Bruce McNall is a collector. He started with one of those stamp kits, the kind parents buy their youngsters.
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May 28, 1994
The Kings announced Friday that they are in the process of issuing playoff-ticket refunds to season-seat subscribers. Payments have been processed for those who secured their seats with credit cards, and checks were issued Friday for other ticket-buyers, a club spokesman said. The Kings did not make the playoffs, and their regular season ended on April 14. There is no NHL policy regarding the handling of playoff refunds.
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May 28, 1994
The Kings announced Friday that they are in the process of issuing playoff-ticket refunds to season-seat subscribers. Payments have been processed for those who secured their seats with credit cards, and checks were issued Friday for other ticket-buyers, a club spokesman said. The Kings did not make the playoffs, and their regular season ended on April 14. There is no NHL policy regarding the handling of playoff refunds.
SPORTS
October 29, 1991 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
First came the stamps, when he was 6. Then the coins at 10. Then the antiques and the movie business and the horses and the Kings and the Toronto Argonauts. And Wayne Gretzky. And Honus Wagner. And the Rocket. And the fabulous Baker boys. And maybe the NBA next. And who knows what else. Maybe he will simply buy the Stanley Cup. Bruce McNall is a collector. He started with one of those stamp kits, the kind parents buy their youngsters.
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March 1, 1990 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Instead of a faceoff to begin Wednesday night's game between the Kings and the Edmonton Oilers, there should have been an opening bell. There were more fists flying than pucks and more time in the penalty box than on the ice on a wild, record-setting, fight-marred night at the Forum that proved that the Cold War in the NHL is a long way from over. The game?
SPORTS
March 1, 1990 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Instead of a faceoff to begin Wednesday night's game between the Kings and the Edmonton Oilers, there should have been an opening bell. There were more fists flying than pucks and more time in the penalty box than on the ice on a wild, record-setting, fight-marred night at the Forum that proved that the Cold War in the NHL is a long way from over. The game?
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