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January 11, 2000 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ottawa Senator center Radek Bonk celebrated his 24th birthday Sunday . . . with the flu . . . in an airplane. Life is fun? So he says. Neither flu nor jet lag could dampen his outlook. Hard to believe, but this is Bonk's seventh professional season, though time hasn't exactly whizzed by. The last two seasons, however, have been in his comfort zone. Gone are the doubts by Ottawa fans--and even Senator officials--about Bonk's ability to play in the NHL.
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January 11, 2000 | CHRIS FOSTER
THIS WEEK WEDNESDAY VS. OTTAWA * Starting time: 7:30 p.m. * Television: FSW 2 * Radio: KDIS (710 AM) * Key: The Ducks have only one goal in their last 31 power-play chances. * This season: Ottawa won the Nov. 13 meeting, 4-2. * About Ottawa: Does the name Alexei Yashin ring a bell? The Senators certainly haven't missed their star center. Radek Bonk has filled in nicely with a team-high 32 points. FRIDAY VS. ST. LOUIS * Starting time: 7:30 p.m.
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January 11, 2000 | CHRIS FOSTER
THIS WEEK WEDNESDAY VS. OTTAWA * Starting time: 7:30 p.m. * Television: FSW 2 * Radio: KDIS (710 AM) * Key: The Ducks have only one goal in their last 31 power-play chances. * This season: Ottawa won the Nov. 13 meeting, 4-2. * About Ottawa: Does the name Alexei Yashin ring a bell? The Senators certainly haven't missed their star center. Radek Bonk has filled in nicely with a team-high 32 points. FRIDAY VS. ST. LOUIS * Starting time: 7:30 p.m.
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January 11, 2000 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ottawa Senator center Radek Bonk celebrated his 24th birthday Sunday . . . with the flu . . . in an airplane. Life is fun? So he says. Neither flu nor jet lag could dampen his outlook. Hard to believe, but this is Bonk's seventh professional season, though time hasn't exactly whizzed by. The last two seasons, however, have been in his comfort zone. Gone are the doubts by Ottawa fans--and even Senator officials--about Bonk's ability to play in the NHL.
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June 27, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The story would be extraordinary enough without its setting. A young man of 17--no more than a boy, really--signs a contract that pays him $100,000 a year to play minor league hockey. And the setting is Las Vegas. And the boy is from the Czech Republic. His name is Radek Bonk, and he hushed a horde of doubters this season by becoming a star for the Las Vegas Thunder in the International Hockey League at the age of your typical high school senior.
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February 2, 1998 | HELENE ELLIOTT
Tampa Bay left wing Vladimir Vujtek, chosen to play for the Czech Republic's hockey team at Nagano, was advised by doctors not to play for the rest of the season because of a virus that has affected his heart. A replacement has not been named, but it is believed Ottawa's Radek Bonk will take Vujtek's place.
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November 23, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Pittsburgh 6, at Ottawa 5: Jarkko Ruutu scored on the Penguins' fifth shootout attempt, putting a backhander past Martin Gerber. Colorado 3, at Edmonton 2: Marek Svatos scored the go-ahead goal and the Avalanche ended a three-game skid. at Nashville 3, Detroit 2: Martin Erat scored one goal and assisted on two others, including Radek Bonk's game-winner. Chicago 2, at Calgary 1: Patrick Sharp's short-handed goal early in the third period lifted the Blackhawks.
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March 29, 2008 | From the Associated Press
* at Carolina 7, Atlanta 1: Tuomo Ruutu and Jeff Hamilton each scored two of the Hurricanes' five power-play goals. Carolina improved to 6-1-1 against the Thrashers. * Nashville 2, at Columbus 0: Dan Ellis shut out the Blue Jackets for the second time in four days. Jan Hlavac and Radek Bonk scored on consecutive shots in the second period and Ellis made a career-high 43 saves.
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October 12, 1998 | From Associated Press
Bruce Gardiner had a goal and an assist as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Phoenix Coyotes, 4-1, Sunday to open the season with consecutive wins for the first time in franchise history. Andreas Dackell scored for the second time in as many nights and Radek Bonk and Magnus Arvedson added goals for the Senators, who are unbeaten in their last eight road games dating back to last season.
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October 18, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Radek Bonk and Sheldon Souray each scored two goals, and Alex Kovalev netted Montreal's third power-play goal, leading the Canadiens to a 5-4 victory over the Calgary Flames on Tuesday night at Montreal. Montreal forward Aaron Downey left the game and was taken to a hospital after his head slammed against the glass above the boards during a check from Robyn Regehr early in the first. He was hospitalized because of a concussion.
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June 27, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The story would be extraordinary enough without its setting. A young man of 17--no more than a boy, really--signs a contract that pays him $100,000 a year to play minor league hockey. And the setting is Las Vegas. And the boy is from the Czech Republic. His name is Radek Bonk, and he hushed a horde of doubters this season by becoming a star for the Las Vegas Thunder in the International Hockey League at the age of your typical high school senior.
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May 14, 2003 | From Associated Press
Tired of hearing all the accolades directed at the Ottawa Senators, Scott Stevens and the New Jersey Devils responded with a near-perfect performance. Martin Brodeur stopped 30 shots, and New Jersey's offense woke up to beat the Senators, 4-1, Tuesday night to even the Eastern Conference finals at 1-1.
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October 12, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
With center Ray Ferraro (knee) and goaltender Jamie Storr (groin) on injured reserve and not expected to return until at least after the team's six-game homestand, the Kings may recall one or two players from the minors this week. On Saturday, King Coach Larry Robinson said the team is in no rush but might bring back Dan Bylsma, Nathan LaFayette, Jan Nemecek or Eric Belanger. * The Kings will keep their black, silver and white uniform colors next season but will also add gold and purple.
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