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October 25, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It happens less and less, but there are moments when Randy Ladouceur can't help it. He misses playing the game. "The first exhibition game, I felt like jumping over the boards and taking a shift," Ladouceur said. "I don't know how I would have fared in my suit, though."
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October 25, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It happens less and less, but there are moments when Randy Ladouceur can't help it. He misses playing the game. "The first exhibition game, I felt like jumping over the boards and taking a shift," Ladouceur said. "I don't know how I would have fared in my suit, though."
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December 22, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Randy Ladouceur probably will get his typical numbers on the stat sheet tonight. No goals, no assists, maybe a couple of penalty minutes. But he'll have a half-dozen conversations with the referee, pleading the Mighty Ducks' case. He'll bail out his teammates when some youngster makes a mistake, pin some Vancouver Canuck in a corner, clear somebody out from in front of the net, maybe block a shot. And chances are, he'll end the night with a plus or an even outing.
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December 22, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Randy Ladouceur probably will get his typical numbers on the stat sheet tonight. No goals, no assists, maybe a couple of penalty minutes. But he'll have a half-dozen conversations with the referee, pleading the Mighty Ducks' case. He'll bail out his teammates when some youngster makes a mistake, pin some Vancouver Canuck in a corner, clear somebody out from in front of the net, maybe block a shot. And chances are, he'll end the night with a plus or an even outing.
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November 28, 1990
Cam Neely, right wing for the Boston Bruins, was suspended for five games by the NHL for attempting to injure defenseman Randy Ladouceur of the Hartford Whalers. Neely, who scored 55 goals last season, was given a match penalty after hitting Ladouceur with his stick Nov. 23. Neely, 25, is the sixth player suspended this season for on-ice violence. The suspension will take effect Dec. 4, and the Bruins said they would not appeal it.
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November 27, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Boston Bruins' right wing Cam Neely was suspended for five games today by the NHL for attempting to injure defenseman Randy Ladouceur of the Hartford Whalers. Neely, who scored 55 goals last season, was given a match penalty after hitting Ladouceur with his stick on Nov. 23. Neely, 25, is the sixth player suspended this season for on-ice violence.
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February 14, 1995 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Paul Kariya, the Mighty Ducks' leading scorer, was found to have a sprained back Monday and will likely return to practice Wednesday. He is expected to play when the Ducks face Vancouver Friday at The Pond. Team physicians Ronald Glousman and Craig Milhouse took precautionary X-rays, which were negative, and said rest was the best cure. Kariya was forced to the sidelines early in Saturday's practice, complaining of a sore back.
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May 8, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Paul Maurice was fired as coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday after the team failed to make the playoffs during his two years. The dismissal was the first big move in what is expected to be an active off-season for the team. "This is a start of a new era for the Maple Leafs," interim General Manager Cliff Fletcher said at a news conference at Air Canada Centre. The Maple Leafs finished 12th in the Eastern Conference and missed a playoff spot by 11 points.
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October 2, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Coach Ron Wilson hinted he'll name Paul Kariya the third captain in franchise history today even though Kariya might not be in the opening-night lineup. "More than likely," Wilson said. "You're naming the captain of the team. You can have an acting captain as well." Wilson has said he doesn't think Kariya is too young to be captain at 21, and praises his leadership by example. Bobby Dollas, Teemu Selanne and Jari Kurri are among the other candidates for leadership roles.
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October 2, 1993 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Mighty Ducks' first visit to Canada ended in a 2-2 tie with the Vancouver Canucks in front of 13,570 Friday night at Pacific Coliseum. The Ducks, playing their first road exhibition game, held a 2-1 lead with about eight minutes remaining in the third period, but an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Anatoli Semenov and a bench minor on Coach Ron Wilson, both for arguing with referee Dave Jackson, gave Vancouver a two-man advantage.
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October 4, 1996
Part of any new season is getting adjusted to who's new and who isn't around anymore. Here's an update on some old and new Ducks: SAY HELLO TO: Walt Kyle, new assistant coach. Was coach at Baltimore of the American Hockey League. Jari Kurri, center. Split last season with the Kings and Rangers. Adrian Plavsic, new defenseman. Played with Atlanta of International Hockey League and Tampa Bay last season. Warren Rychel, new tough guy. Played with Stanley Cup champion Colorado last season.
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August 1, 1996 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Wayne Gretzky signed with the New York Rangers. Phil Housley signed with Washington. Bernie Nicholls signed with San Jose. The Mighty Ducks have stayed on the sidelines during the NHL's summer free-agent sweepstakes, but there's apparently a good reason why. General Manager Jack Ferreira said Wednesday he prefers to make a trade than sign an expensive free agent. He said he's working on two deals but would not get specific.
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