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July 21, 2005 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
This will be a monumental moment. The NHL will hold its annual draft -- delayed by a labor dispute that canceled the 2004-05 season -- July 30. Who gets the brass ring will be decided Friday with a lottery to determine who drafts first and lands Sidney Crosby, a prospect dripping with so much potential that he has been the most gushed-about young hockey player since, well, you-know-who.
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July 21, 2005 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
This will be a monumental moment. The NHL will hold its annual draft -- delayed by a labor dispute that canceled the 2004-05 season -- July 30. Who gets the brass ring will be decided Friday with a lottery to determine who drafts first and lands Sidney Crosby, a prospect dripping with so much potential that he has been the most gushed-about young hockey player since, well, you-know-who.
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June 25, 1988
A 44-year-old Glendale man and his three sons were arrested Friday on suspicion of burglarizing a gun shop, police said. Daniel Raymond Macias Sr.; Daniel Macias Jr., 21; Mario Macias, 20, and a teen-age brother, whose name was not released because of his age, were all booked on suspicion of burglary, Officer Christopher Loop said. Loop said three of the suspects were arrested outside K & G Guns in the 700 block of South Glendale Avenue about 3:30 a.m.
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September 8, 1991
Burglars cut a hole in the roof of a Walnut tennis shoe warehouse and made off with more than $30,000 in cash and merchandise, authorities said. Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies said they found gang graffiti in two areas of the Del Rey Tennis Shoe Warehouse on Currier Street. In August, burglars broke into a boathouse at Bonelli Regional County Park in San Dimas, stealing more than $12,000. They also left behind graffiti resembling the writings left in Walnut, deputies said.
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July 25, 1997 | SCOTT STEEPLETON
An 18-year-old man was in Ventura County Jail on Thursday on suspicion of assaulting a peace officer after a high-speed chase that ended when the vehicle he was suspected of stealing flipped over on a freeway offramp in Oxnard, authorities said. Raymond Daniel Macias and three others in the vehicle, whom authorities say all live in Santa Barbara, were treated at local hospitals for minor to serious injuries after the accident at 11:46 p.m. Wednesday, Sheriff's Sgt. Larry Meyers said.
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