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March 10, 2007 | Greg Logan and Steve Zipay, Newsday
New York Rangers forward Ryan Hollweg, the victim of an attack by stick-swinging Islanders forward Chris Simon during the third period of an overheated battle between neighborhood rivals Thursday night at Nassau Coliseum, Friday called for the NHL to come down hard on Simon for crossing the line between rough play and dangerous violence.
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March 10, 2007 | Greg Logan and Steve Zipay, Newsday
New York Rangers forward Ryan Hollweg, the victim of an attack by stick-swinging Islanders forward Chris Simon during the third period of an overheated battle between neighborhood rivals Thursday night at Nassau Coliseum, Friday called for the NHL to come down hard on Simon for crossing the line between rough play and dangerous violence.
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April 14, 1996
The South Coast Sabers scored six goals in the third period and defeated Anchorage, 9-3, to advance to the semifinals in the pee-wee division of the USA Hockey national championships Saturday in Cleveland. The Sabers play Ithaca, N.Y., at 8 a.m. today. The finals will be played at 5 tonight. With his team leading, 1-0, after the first period, Ryan Hollweg scored on a pass from his brother Bryce early in the second. Anchorage scored two goals to make it 3-2 after two periods.
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December 20, 2007 | From the Associated Press
New York Islanders forward Chris Simon was hit with a 30-game suspension Wednesday, breaking the mark of 25 he set in March with a ban that stretched into this season. Simon, on a leave of absence from the team after a Saturday night dust-up with Pittsburgh's Jarkko Ruutu, will miss more than a third of the season and can't return until Feb. 21 against Tampa Bay.
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April 12, 1996
The South Coast Sabers pee-wee team from Anaheim won its first game at the USA Hockey championships, defeating host Cleveland, 11-4, Thursday. Chris White had three goals and two assists, Jason Attanasio scored three goals and Ryan Hollweg had two goals and four assists for the Sabers, competing in the 11-12 age group. The Sabers, who won the California and Pacific District championship, play games against Arvada, Colo., and Arlington, Mass., today. The tournament concludes Sunday.
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March 11, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Sidney Crosby, 19, became the youngest player in NHL history with two 100-point seasons when he scored a game-tying goal in Pittsburgh on Saturday. Colby Armstrong scored 1:19 into overtime and the Penguins beat the New York Rangers, 3-2. Crosby had tied the score at 2-2 for his 100th point of the season with 13:04 to play, becoming the youngest player in NHL history with two 100-point seasons. Tampa Bay 3, Calgary 2 -- Dan Boyle scored with a two-man advantage in overtime at Calgary, Canada.
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September 29, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Philadelphia Flyers rookie Steve Downie received a 20-game suspension from the NHL -- one of the longest punishments in league history -- for leaving his feet to deliver a deliberate and dangerous hit to the head of Ottawa forward Dean McAmmond. "It's a hit that as soon you see it live, you think, 'This is going to be a bad one,' " NHL disciplinarian Colin Campbell said. Downie received a match penalty and was automatically suspended until Friday's hearing in Toronto.
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March 20, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Chris Simon of the New York Islanders, suspended a league-record 25 games for a vicious on-ice hit, will not face criminal charges. Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice said her office considered "the willingness of the potential victim to support a criminal prosecution" and other factors in reaching its decision. The NHL suspended Simon for his two-handed stick attack to the face of the New York Rangers' Ryan Hollweg during a March 8 game at Nassau Coliseum.
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March 12, 2007 | From the Associated Press
If Chris Simon plays again for the New York Islanders, or for anyone else in the NHL, it won't be until next season. And it might not even be on opening night. The NHL hit back hard Sunday, suspending the rugged Islanders forward for a league-record 25 games. Simon will miss the rest of the regular season and playoffs as punishment for his two-handed stick attack to the face of Ryan Hollweg of the New York Rangers in a 2-1 loss Thursday night.
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March 12, 2007 | Helene Elliott
The NHL missed a great marketing opportunity when it suspended New York Islanders henchman Chris Simon for playing T-ball with the chin of New York Rangers enforcer Ryan Hollweg. The league ordered Simon to sit out a minimum of 25 games, a sentence that will carry over to next season if the Islanders exit the playoffs quickly.
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October 30, 2006 | HELENE ELLIOTT
Being Canadian, Helen Hollweg instinctively thought hockey would provide a good outlet for the boundless energy of her 4-year-old son, Ryan. But living in Southern California, where she'd gone to visit a cousin and stayed to marry and raise a family, she didn't know where to look. "I didn't think they'd have it here," she said. "I went to the phone book and found the Norwalk arena. I brought him there, and there were only about six kids.
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