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January 22, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Mighty Ducks made their first trade of the season Sunday, acquiring minor-league center Jim Campbell from Montreal for defenseman Robert Dirk. Dirk became expendable after the Ducks picked up defenseman Fredrik Olausson on waivers from Edmonton on Tuesday. Campbell, 22, will be assigned to the Ducks' minor-league affiliate in Baltimore. He had 28 goals and 51 points in 44 games with Montreal's minor-league team.
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January 22, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Mighty Ducks made their first trade of the season Sunday, acquiring minor-league center Jim Campbell from Montreal for defenseman Robert Dirk. Dirk became expendable after the Ducks picked up defenseman Fredrik Olausson on waivers from Edmonton on Tuesday. Campbell, 22, will be assigned to the Ducks' minor-league affiliate in Baltimore. He had 28 goals and 51 points in 44 games with Montreal's minor-league team.
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July 13, 1994 | MARTIN HENDERSON
The Mighty Ducks gained some muscle Tuesday, acquiring defenseman Robert Dirk from the Chicago Blackhawks for a fourth-round draft choice in 1995. Dirk, 27, strong in front of the net and in the corners, was plus-18 in 71 games last season. Plus-minus ratings reflect the difference between goals scored and allowed while the player was on the ice at full-strength.
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July 13, 1994 | MARTIN HENDERSON
The Mighty Ducks gained some muscle Tuesday, acquiring defenseman Robert Dirk from the Chicago Blackhawks for a fourth-round draft choice in 1995. Dirk, 27, strong in front of the net and in the corners, was plus-18 in 71 games last season. Plus-minus ratings reflect the difference between goals scored and allowed while the player was on the ice at full-strength.
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November 6, 1991 | From Associated Press
With their proposed sale hanging over their heads, the Pittsburgh Penguins continue to look like anything but Stanley Cup champions. Vladimir Ruzicka scored three goals on assists from Andy Brickley to help the Boston Bruins overcome a three-goal deficit and tie the Penguins, 5-5, Tuesday night at Pittsburgh. The Penguins (5-6-3) led, 5-2, midway through the second period, but Boston scored twice in a span of 1:51 during a two-man advantage.
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October 1, 1994 | LISA DILLMAN
So, what did happen in the NHL on Friday? There won't be any hockey for at least two weeks, but there was no clear-cut consensus on just what to call it. Despite what many fans believe, the players are not on strike. That's about the only thing players and owners seem to agree upon. Sound bites from a day of dissension: NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman: "We are going to reconfigure the schedule." Bob Goodenow, head of the players' union: "It's an owners' lockout, pure and simple."
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January 23, 1996 | From Associated Press
Rod Brind'Amour scored late in the third period to give the Philadelphia Flyers their sixth tie in their last 11 games, 1-1, with the Florida Panthers on Monday night at Philadelphia. Brind'Amour got the Flyers' only goal with 2:39 left. Eric Desjardins carried the puck into the Florida zone along the left wing and banked a pass off the boards to Eric Lindros, who shot at the net from right inside the blue line. Jody Hull scored Florida's goal.
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November 17, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
St. Louis rookie Jim Campbell gets his first face-to-face opportunity to show up the Mighty Ducks tonight. Not that his statistics haven't already made them look as if they made a mistake. Campbell, 23, who wasn't re-signed by the Ducks after scoring two goals in 16 games for them last season, has eight goals and 15 points in 19 games for the Blues and ranks among the NHL's top rookies. He was also leading the league in game-winning goals with four.
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October 30, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Paul Kariya's return figures to boost the Ducks' paltry offense. But while the Ducks are wondering why they couldn't score more than 2.18 goals a game without him, they have to stomach seeing a former Duck prospect among the NHL's top 10 goal-scorers. The Ducks didn't re-sign center Jim Campbell after last season. Now he's the leading goal-scorer for the St. Louis Blues, with six goals in 11 games. What's more, Campbell is tied for first in the league with three game-winning goals.
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January 23, 1996 | From Associated Press
Mario Lemieux scored a shorthanded breakaway goal at 1:54 of overtime as the Pittsburgh Penguins overcame a two-goal deficit in the last minute of regulation and defeated the Boston Bruins, 7-6, Monday night at Pittsburgh. Tomas Sandstrom and Jaromir Jagr scored in the last 53 seconds of the third period to force overtime. Sandstrom got past two Bruins to beat Ranford from close range and Jagr beat the diving goalie to the loose puck and scored his 40th goal.
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November 12, 1994 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Todd Ewen, a tough guy who doubles as the Ducks' poet laureate, is at it again. Writing that is, not fighting. This time, he's working on a guide for hockey novices, a how-to book for parents whose children suddenly catch puck fever. "People in California, Dallas and Florida now have kids who say, 'I want to play,' " Ewen said. "Parents don't know what they need to get started. I'm looking out for them. I know they're not completely naive, but they need the knowledge.
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