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February 20, 1990 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Kings, trying to skate out of a horrendous defensive slump, returned to tough, rugged hockey Monday. There were bodies flying, heads cracking and doctors working. And that was in the pregame warmup. Both Todd Elik and Mike Allison left the Forum ice looking like Mike Tyson leaving the ring in Tokyo after they accidentally collided in front of the King net before the game. Who said these guys don't bang bodies?
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April 23, 1990 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Perhaps the Kings were too good for their own good in the first period Sunday night against the Edmonton Oilers. Ron Scott suggested as much after a 5-4 loss at the Forum. "I never really got a feel of how the game was going," said the 29-year-old rookie goaltender, who faced only one shot on goal in the first 20 minutes of his first playoff appearance. "Only giving them one shot in the first period maybe was the toughest thing that could have happened.
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SPORTS
April 23, 1990 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Perhaps the Kings were too good for their own good in the first period Sunday night against the Edmonton Oilers. Ron Scott suggested as much after a 5-4 loss at the Forum. "I never really got a feel of how the game was going," said the 29-year-old rookie goaltender, who faced only one shot on goal in the first 20 minutes of his first playoff appearance. "Only giving them one shot in the first period maybe was the toughest thing that could have happened.
SPORTS
February 20, 1990 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Kings, trying to skate out of a horrendous defensive slump, returned to tough, rugged hockey Monday. There were bodies flying, heads cracking and doctors working. And that was in the pregame warmup. Both Todd Elik and Mike Allison left the Forum ice looking like Mike Tyson leaving the ring in Tokyo after they accidentally collided in front of the King net before the game. Who said these guys don't bang bodies?
SPORTS
April 23, 1988
Greg Larson of Villa Park High School and Kevin Eggert of Capistrano Valley each won two events Friday in the Foothill Invitational swim meet boys' preliminaries at Foothill High School. Larson won the 200-meter freestyle (1 minute 43.19 seconds) and 500-meter freestyle (4:35.14). Eggert won the 200--meter individual medley (1:58.43) and 100-meter breaststroke (1:00.62). John Cady of San Marino won the 50-meter freestyle (21:80), Ron Scott of Foothill won the 100-meter butterfly (51.
SPORTS
September 15, 1990 | Associated Press
The Kings rallied from a 3-1 deficit with four consecutive goals in the third period to beat the Quebec Nordiques, 6-3, in an NHL exhibition Friday night. Bob Kudelski, Mike Krushelynski, Jay Miller, Mikko Makela, Dave Taylor and Rob Blake scored for the Kings. Marc Fortier, Kip Miller and Everett Sanipass scored for Quebec. The Kings' Wayne Gretzky was not in uniform for the game. Daniel Berthiaume and Ron Scott shared the work in goal for the Kings.
REAL ESTATE
March 10, 1985
Leslie Hopkins, coordinator of the real estate department for Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Co., has been elected president of the San Diego chapter, California Assn. of Subdivision Consultants, Other officers are Janet Brandon, chairman of the board; Ron Bearskin and Linda Katzman, vice presidents; Marty Calwell, recording secretary; Chris Lowrey, corresponding secretary, and Maggie Roland, financial officer.
SPORTS
November 16, 1988 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
Foothill High School's water polo team pushed Long Beach Wilson to the limit Tuesday. Using an aggressive style, Foothill took the No. 3-seeded Bruins to overtime at Belmont Plaza in Long Beach. In the end, though, the plan backfired and all that mattered was the length of Andy Bruce's fingers. Bruce, a junior goalie, made a last-second save to preserve a 12-11 victory that advanced Wilson into the Southern Section 4-A semifinals.
SPORTS
April 15, 1994
Several Harvard-Westlake High athletes have made oral commitments to four-year colleges, according to Athletic Director Gary Thran. Running back Don Donester and girls' volleyball player Lindsey Powers have committed to Princeton. Kicker Matt Sebree, also a member of the boys' volleyball team, will attend Colorado. Scott Garson, a member of the baseball and basketball team, will attend Washington.
SPORTS
October 31, 1992
Jack Kocur surpassed the 100-goal mark for the season as Royal High (22-1, 8-0 in Marmonte League play) posted a 22-3 water polo victory Friday over visiting Westlake. Kocur scored five goals to give him 103 with two matches to play. Royal's win was its 56th consecutive in league play. In other water polo matches: Harvard-Westlake 22, St.
SPORTS
December 3, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Kjell Dahlin and Mats Naslund each scored twice to lead the Montreal Canadiens to their third straight victory Monday night, a 7-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks at Montreal. Canadien goaltender Doug Soetaert kicked out 26 shots to register his second shutout of the season and earned a standing ovation from the 16,710 fans for recording his 100th career triumph.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 24, 1987 | A. JAMES LISKA
Woody Herman was in his big-band element Sunday evening as he led yet another edition of the New Young Thundering Herd through its paces at Pasadena City College. Though the sparsely filled Sexson Auditorium was hardly treated to vintage Woody, the 73-year-old "Road Father" did what he has long done best: guide and goad a talented group of young players through a series of ambitious, well-crafted charts.
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