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March 29, 2000 | By ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Left wing Marty McInnis, who has been sidelined for 20 of the last 27 games because of a groin injury, practiced Tuesday. McInnis, who has 10 goals and 28 points in 57 games, isn't expected to practice today, but said he will try again Thursday. "I felt pretty good," he said. "It's pretty much the same. It's day to day." McInnis could be a valuable addition for the Ducks, who are two points out of a Western Conference playoff spot with five games left.
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February 9, 2002 | Lonnie White
Since being made a healthy scratch by Coach Bryan Murray on Jan. 21, right wing Marty McInnis has provided plenty of grit for the Mighty Ducks, playing on a line with center Matt Cullen and left wing German Titov. Although McInnis hasn't scored a goal since returning to the lineup, Murray has been pleased with his effort. "That line has been a decent line for us," Murray said. "Marty has played well since he's come back.
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November 23, 1998 | CHRIS FOSTER
Teemu Selanne may be sidelined with a strained thigh muscle, but Paul Kariya has managed to fill the void in his professional life with Marty McInnis. McInnis has joined Kariya and Steve Rucchin since Selanne has been injured, and the Ducks' top line has remained productive. McInnis has seven points in the six games since Selanne has been out. Sunday, Kariya found a wide-open McInnis for a second-period goal.
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March 9, 2001 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Right wing Marty McInnis said several weeks ago that he wanted to stick with the Ducks. He didn't want to be traded. He didn't want to have to sign with another team in the off-season. McInnis' wishes were granted Thursday, when he and the Ducks agreed on a three-year contract extension. Financial terms were not disclosed. McInnis, 30, would have become an unrestricted free agent on July 1. Instead, he'll be a Duck through the 2003-04 season.
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November 2, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Right wing Marty McInnis, who suffered a sprained neck when he crashed headfirst into the boards Sunday against the Calgary Flames, hopes to play Saturday against the Nashville Predators or Sunday against the Chicago Blackhawks. His neck was too sore to play Wednesday against the Phoenix Coyotes, the second game he has missed. "It's like a spasm in my neck that won't go away," McInnis said. "I've got to get it to calm down."
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September 21, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The NHL's crackdown on stick work this season could prove to be a boon for a team with the staggering power-play potential of the Ducks. Then again, it could turn out to be a frustrating nightmare of missed opportunities. Two seasons ago, the Ducks led the league with a 22% success rate on the power play, posted a winning record and advanced to the Stanley Cup playoffs. Last season, they finished 14th with a 16.6% success rate, were a sub-.500 team and missed the playoffs.
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July 26, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mighty Duck winger Marty McInnis accepted the team's one-season qualifying contract offer Tuesday and will receive a 10% raise on his 1999-2000 salary of $1.3 million. Marc Chouinard, a minor-league center, also accepted the Ducks' qualifying offer. The signings leave Pierre Gauthier, team president and general manager, with four free agents to re-sign: forwards Matt Cullen and Mike Leclerc, goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere and defenseman Oleg Tverdovsky.
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December 18, 1998 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The Ducks will decide today whether injured left wing Marty McInnis can play tonight against the New York Islanders. McInnis suffered a broken left cheekbone when he was struck by a puck on his first shift Wednesday against the Nashville Predators. He played several other shifts, but left the game in the first period and did not return. Surgery will not be required, although McInnis probably will play with a face shield.
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February 9, 2002 | Lonnie White
Since being made a healthy scratch by Coach Bryan Murray on Jan. 21, right wing Marty McInnis has provided plenty of grit for the Mighty Ducks, playing on a line with center Matt Cullen and left wing German Titov. Although McInnis hasn't scored a goal since returning to the lineup, Murray has been pleased with his effort. "That line has been a decent line for us," Murray said. "Marty has played well since he's come back.
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July 26, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Mighty Duck winger Marty McInnis accepted the team's one-season qualifying contract offer Tuesday and will receive a 10% raise on his 1999-2000 salary of $1.3 million. Marc Chouinard, a minor league center, also accepted the Ducks' qualifying offer. The signings leave Pierre Gauthier, team president and general manager, with four free agents to re-sign: forwards Matt Cullen and Mike Leclerc, goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere and defenseman Oleg Tverdovsky.
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January 31, 2001 | CHRIS FOSTER
For one day, the good news outweighed the bad for the Mighty Ducks. Of course, the fact that there was any good news was surprising. Left wing Marty McInnis, who has missed the last two games because of an injured left groin, will likely play tonight against the Nashville Predators. He was expected to be out until after this weekend's All-Star game. The only bad news for the Ducks was that Teemu Selanne is ill with flu, but he is expected to play tonight.
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November 6, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Right wing Marty McInnis returned to the lineup Sunday, a week after his headfirst crash into the end boards in Calgary, Canada. He was sidelined for three games because of a mildly sprained neck, but was reunited with center Matt Cullen and left wing Mike Leclerc to form perhaps the Ducks' best line in a 4-2 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks. No question, they were the Ducks' hardest-working line, combining for five of the team's 17 shots on net.
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November 2, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Right wing Marty McInnis, who suffered a sprained neck when he crashed headfirst into the boards Sunday against the Calgary Flames, hopes to play Saturday against the Nashville Predators or Sunday against the Chicago Blackhawks. His neck was too sore to play Wednesday against the Phoenix Coyotes, the second game he has missed. "It's like a spasm in my neck that won't go away," McInnis said. "I've got to get it to calm down."
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October 30, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Right wing Marty McInnis crashed headfirst into the end boards after attempting to throw a first-period check on Calgary's Cory Stillman. The Saddledome crowd of 16,144 hushed as medical personnel rushed to aid McInnis, who was slumped on his knees behind the Duck net. After taking a few minutes to regain his senses, McInnis skated to the bench under his own power and walked to the dressing room.
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October 24, 2000 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mighty Duck forward Marty McInnis stood in the limelight Monday night. Hats fell on the ice. His teammates mobbed him. Teemu Selanne patted him on the helmet on the bench. The higher praise came from the guy who had his head down and was scuffing the ice with his skate. King goalie Jamie Storr could only admire McInnis' three-goal performance, which allowed the Ducks to escape with a point in a 5-4 overtime loss at the Arrowhead Pond.
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September 21, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The NHL's crackdown on stick work this season could prove to be a boon for a team with the staggering power-play potential of the Ducks. Then again, it could turn out to be a frustrating nightmare of missed opportunities. Two seasons ago, the Ducks led the league with a 22% success rate on the power play, posted a winning record and advanced to the Stanley Cup playoffs. Last season, they finished 14th with a 16.6% success rate, were a sub-.500 team and missed the playoffs.
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October 29, 1998 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Marty McInnis, the newest Duck, believed something was up in Calgary. He had been moved off the power play this season, making way for the Flames to play some of their younger players. McInnis, 28, also knew his $1.1-million salary this season wasn't going to keep him in Calgary, where the Flames have been looking to cut their $20-million payroll, for much longer. So, he wasn't surprised when he was called off the ice Tuesday just as practice was about to start.
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October 28, 1998 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks gained skill and experience when they acquired left wing Marty McInnis from the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday. McInnis, who had 19 goals last season for the punchless Calgary Flames, is expected to bolster the Ducks' second line. Unlike previous attempts, this move might actually bring the desired result. McInnis, 28, was traded twice Tuesday. First, he went from Calgary to Chicago as part of a multi-player deal.
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July 26, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mighty Duck winger Marty McInnis accepted the team's one-season qualifying contract offer Tuesday and will receive a 10% raise on his 1999-2000 salary of $1.3 million. Marc Chouinard, a minor-league center, also accepted the Ducks' qualifying offer. The signings leave Pierre Gauthier, team president and general manager, with four free agents to re-sign: forwards Matt Cullen and Mike Leclerc, goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere and defenseman Oleg Tverdovsky.
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July 26, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Mighty Duck winger Marty McInnis accepted the team's one-season qualifying contract offer Tuesday and will receive a 10% raise on his 1999-2000 salary of $1.3 million. Marc Chouinard, a minor league center, also accepted the Ducks' qualifying offer. The signings leave Pierre Gauthier, team president and general manager, with four free agents to re-sign: forwards Matt Cullen and Mike Leclerc, goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere and defenseman Oleg Tverdovsky.
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