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August 19, 1995 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Apologies, Los Angeles Blades. You are no longer the Bullfrogs' archrival. Just head south on Interstate 5. Simply put, the second-round Roller Hockey International playoff series between the San Diego Barracudas (14-12-1, including playoffs) and the top-seeded Bullfrogs (21-5-1, including playoffs), which begins at 7:30 tonight at the San Diego Sports Arena, could be the new series from Hell.
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August 13, 1996 | Bill Plaschke
Usher Elliot Berlend leans against a Forum wall, looking pleasant enough for a guy who has been on his feet for three-fourths of a sporting event. "Hey." "Hey," he says. "Been busy?" "You're the first today," he says. "The first person you've spoken to?" "The first person I've seen." * It was so empty, footsteps echoed through concourses. It was so desolate, locked concession stands surrounded spotless bathrooms. It was so quiet, you could hear the scoreboard.
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SPORTS
August 13, 1996 | Bill Plaschke
Usher Elliot Berlend leans against a Forum wall, looking pleasant enough for a guy who has been on his feet for three-fourths of a sporting event. "Hey." "Hey," he says. "Been busy?" "You're the first today," he says. "The first person you've spoken to?" "The first person I've seen." * It was so empty, footsteps echoed through concourses. It was so desolate, locked concession stands surrounded spotless bathrooms. It was so quiet, you could hear the scoreboard.
SPORTS
August 19, 1995 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Apologies, Los Angeles Blades. You are no longer the Bullfrogs' archrival. Just head south on Interstate 5. Simply put, the second-round Roller Hockey International playoff series between the San Diego Barracudas (14-12-1, including playoffs) and the top-seeded Bullfrogs (21-5-1, including playoffs), which begins at 7:30 tonight at the San Diego Sports Arena, could be the new series from Hell.
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