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October 16, 1993 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When does a tie feel like a loss? Ask the Boston Bruins, who dominated the Mighty Ducks for 65 minutes but walked out of Anaheim Arena with only a 1-1 tie Friday. Bad luck? Bad bounces? Or just plain tenacious defense and goaltending from the Ducks? Boston couldn't catch a break and that made for a frustrating night for the Bruins.
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March 17, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Guy Hebert fondly remembers his days sharing the Mighty Duck goaltending duties with Ron Tugnutt in 1993-94, the franchise's inaugural season. Hebert and Tugnutt don't stay in close touch now that Tugnutt is playing for the Ottawa Senators. But Hebert is looking forward to catching up with his former teammate for a few minutes before or after tonight's game.
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March 3, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Tugnutt and Guy Hebert were friendly partners when they were Coach Ron Wilson's "No. 1 and 1-A" goaltending tandem for the Mighty Ducks. Wednesday found them at opposite ends of the ice, each guarding a net of his own. If Tugnutt, traded to the Montreal Canadiens 1 1/2 weeks ago, held a private hope that he could for one night make the Ducks look like they traded the wrong goaltender, he left satisfied.
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February 19, 1999 | From Associated Press
Ron Tugnutt added another chapter to his dream season, making 30 saves in the Ottawa Senators' 2-0 victory over the Boston Bruins on Thursday night at Kanata, Canada. Tugnutt, who got his third shutout this season and second in four starts, lowered his league-leading goals-against average to 1.58. The Senators have won three straight and lead Toronto by four points in the Northeast Division.
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April 4, 1997 | From Associated Press
Ron Tugnutt thinks he knows a good team when he sees one. And right now, he votes for his fellow Ottawa Senators. "Defensively, we're playing as well as any team that I've been apart of," said Tugnutt, a former Mighty Duck, who had his second consecutive shutout as the Senators beat the Washington Capitals, 4-0, Thursday at Ottowa. Tugnutt shutout Buffalo Wednesday. Edmonton 4, Chicago 2--The Oilers won for the first time at home over Chicago since 1992.
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February 21, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks parted with half of what was once their No. 1 and 1-A goaltending tandem Sunday, trading Ron Tugnutt to Montreal for Stephan Lebeau, a center who had 31 goals and 80 points for the Stanley Cup champions last season. Lebeau is expected to help an offense that ranks 23rd on the power play and has scored on only five of its last 60 opportunities.
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March 22, 1991 | From Associated Press
Ron Tugnutt made 70 saves for the Quebec Nordiques in a 3-3 tie against the Boston Bruins Thursday night at Boston. The Bruins' 73 shots were 10 shy of the NHL record of 83, set by Boston in a 3-2 victory over Chicago on March 4, 1941. Boston's Cam Neely suggested Tugnutt take a bow in front of the Boston fans, and Turgnutt complied. "I've never been in a situation before where an opposing player told me to take a bow in his own building," Tugnutt said. Pittsburgh 5, N.Y.
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March 17, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Guy Hebert fondly remembers his days sharing the Mighty Duck goaltending duties with Ron Tugnutt in 1993-94, the franchise's inaugural season. Hebert and Tugnutt don't stay in close touch now that Tugnutt is playing for the Ottawa Senators. But Hebert is looking forward to catching up with his former teammate for a few minutes before or after tonight's game.
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February 22, 1994 | From Associated Press
Ron Tugnutt won't likely forget his first game with the Montreal Canadiens. In the Canadiens' 8-7 loss to the Flyers at Philadelphia on Monday, Tugnutt, acquired from the Mighty Ducks on Sunday, replaced goalie Patrick Roy at 10:05 of the second period and ended up with the loss. The Flyers led at the time, 6-4, on five power-play goals and one even-strength goal.
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April 30, 1997 | From Associated Press
Edmonton Todd Marchant beat Dallas defenseman Grant Ledyard on a breakaway and snapped a shot past Andy Moog with 7:34 left in overtime Tuesday night to give the Oilers a 4-3 victory in Game 7 and win the Western Conference quarterfinal series at Dallas. Curtis Joseph made several big saves to keep the Oilers in the game. Then Marchant struck as the teams played four on four. Ledyard fell down as he tried to stop Marchant, who beat Moog to his stick side.
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February 2, 1999 | From Associated Press
Ron Tugnutt lowered his NHL-leading goals-against average, stopping 14 shots as the Ottawa Senators beat the Canucks, 1-0, Monday night at Vancouver. Steve Martins' power-play goal with 5:29 left in the first period stood up as the game winner for the Senators, coming off their best month in franchise history. The Senators are 11-2-2 in their last 15 games. Tugnutt, who entered the game with a 1.65 goals-against average, has now given up only 13 goals in his last 12 appearances.
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April 30, 1997 | From Associated Press
Edmonton Todd Marchant beat Dallas defenseman Grant Ledyard on a breakaway and snapped a shot past Andy Moog with 7:34 left in overtime Tuesday night to give the Oilers a 4-3 victory in Game 7 and win the Western Conference quarterfinal series at Dallas. Curtis Joseph made several big saves to keep the Oilers in the game. Then Marchant struck as the teams played four on four. Ledyard fell down as he tried to stop Marchant, who beat Moog to his stick side.
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April 4, 1997 | From Associated Press
Ron Tugnutt thinks he knows a good team when he sees one. And right now, he votes for his fellow Ottawa Senators. "Defensively, we're playing as well as any team that I've been apart of," said Tugnutt, a former Mighty Duck, who had his second consecutive shutout as the Senators beat the Washington Capitals, 4-0, Thursday at Ottowa. Tugnutt shutout Buffalo Wednesday. Edmonton 4, Chicago 2--The Oilers won for the first time at home over Chicago since 1992.
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May 5, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Be careful what you wish for. Ron Tugnutt dreamed of playing time. Then Patrick Roy got appendicitis. Tugnutt had gone from alternating in goal for the Mighty Ducks with Guy Hebert to backing up Roy in Montreal. That's like backing up the Maytag repairman. There's very little work involved. But when Roy was hospitalized before Game 3 of the Canadiens' first-round playoff series against Boston, the job fell suddenly on Tugnutt's startled shoulders.
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March 3, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Tugnutt and Guy Hebert were friendly partners when they were Coach Ron Wilson's "No. 1 and 1-A" goaltending tandem for the Mighty Ducks. Wednesday found them at opposite ends of the ice, each guarding a net of his own. If Tugnutt, traded to the Montreal Canadiens 1 1/2 weeks ago, held a private hope that he could for one night make the Ducks look like they traded the wrong goaltender, he left satisfied.
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March 3, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the game was won, Ron Tugnutt raised his arms high and beamed behind his mask exactly as he did way back in October the first time the Mighty Ducks won a game. But this time, the teammates who hugged him and clapped him on the helmet at Anaheim Arena wore bleu, blanc et rouge. If Tugnutt, traded to the Montreal Canadiens a week and a half ago, held a private hope that he could for one night make the Ducks look like they traded the wrong goalie, he left satisfied.
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February 21, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks parted with half of what once was their Nos. 1 and 1-A goaltending tandem Sunday, trading Ron Tugnutt to the Montreal Canadiens for Stephan Lebeau, a skilled young center who had 31 goals and 80 points for the Stanley Cup champions last season.
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February 19, 1999 | From Associated Press
Ron Tugnutt added another chapter to his dream season, making 30 saves in the Ottawa Senators' 2-0 victory over the Boston Bruins on Thursday night at Kanata, Canada. Tugnutt, who got his third shutout this season and second in four starts, lowered his league-leading goals-against average to 1.58. The Senators have won three straight and lead Toronto by four points in the Northeast Division.
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March 2, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Ron Tugnutt kissed his wife and baby a week and a half ago and left town with the Mighty Ducks. He came home a Montreal Canadien, and tonight, he'll start in goal for the Canadiens, just 10 days after he was traded for Stephan Lebeau. The custom-made Mighty Duck goalie mask he waited five months for is just another souvenir now, and Tugnutt already has a new mask he'll wear tonight. He's looking at the game--his first start for the Canadiens--as "something I'm going to enjoy."
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February 22, 1994 | From Associated Press
Ron Tugnutt won't likely forget his first game with the Montreal Canadiens. In the Canadiens' 8-7 loss to the Flyers at Philadelphia on Monday, Tugnutt, acquired from the Mighty Ducks on Sunday, replaced goalie Patrick Roy at 10:05 of the second period and ended up with the loss. The Flyers led at the time, 6-4, on five power-play goals and one even-strength goal.
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