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February 28, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The New York Islanders signed defenseman Scott Lachance, a standout on the United States Olympic team that finished fourth at Albertville, France. Lachance, 19, the Islanders' first pick and the fourth player selected overall in the 1991 entry draft, signed a four-year contract worth approximately $1.2 million, including a $200,000 signing bonus.
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February 28, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The New York Islanders signed defenseman Scott Lachance, a standout on the United States Olympic team that finished fourth at Albertville, France. Lachance, 19, the Islanders' first pick and the fourth player selected overall in the 1991 entry draft, signed a four-year contract worth approximately $1.2 million, including a $200,000 signing bonus.
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January 16, 1997 | Associated Press
Phoenix captain Keith Tkachuk will replace injured Mike Modano of Dallas on the Western Conference team for the All-Star game. Modano suffered a slight knee sprain in Tuesday's game against Pittsburgh, but he will not miss any of the Stars' games. Additionally, Scott Lachance of the New York Islanders was picked to replace teammate Zigmund Palffy on the Eastern Conference squad. Palffy has an injured shoulder. . . . Tampa Bay goaltender Daren Puppa, who had surgery for a herniated disk Nov.
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March 10, 1999 | Times Wire Services
The NHL announced Tuesday it will use a two-referee system for all playoff games. The decision came after league officials were satisfied with the way the format worked in selected October games during the regular season when every NHL team played 10 home and 10 road games with two referees and two linesmen rather than one referee. The New York Islanders traded defenseman Scott Lachance to the Montreal Canadiens for a third-round pick in the 1999 entry draft. . . .
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April 20, 2002 | From Associated Press
The Vancouver Canucks were not giddy, they weren't even smiling after defeating what's been regarded as the greatest show on ice. Five players scored for the Canucks in Friday's 5-2 victory that gave them a sweep of the two games in Detroit over the team that had the NHL's best record in the regular season. After winning their first playoff game since 1996 in Wednesday's Game 1, the Canucks have now won two in a row for the first time in seven years.
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October 21, 1995 | From Associated Press
The struggling Montreal Canadiens continued their worst start in 57 years, losing, 2-0, to the New York Islanders in a game Friday night between two winless NHL teams at New York. It was the fifth consecutive loss for the Canadiens, who are two losses away from tying their all-time record for most losses at the start of a season. The Canadiens, who have won more Stanley Cups than any team in the NHL, dropped their first seven at the start of the 1938-39 season.
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February 26, 1994 | From Associated Press
Ron Hextall served notice before the opening faceoff that he was taking nothing from anybody, jawing with Philadelphia Flyer forward Claude Boivin at center ice. Philadelphia's Dave Brown came over. New York's Mick Vukota followed, and suddenly all 40 players were against the boards. That done, Hextall took the rest of the evening personally. He stopped 23 shots in his third consecutive shutout at Uniondale, N.Y., where the Islanders beat Philadelphia, 2-0.
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November 14, 1997 | MARK PARGAS Mark.Pargas@latimes.com
* Ducks are 8-7-4 (20 points) * Third in Pacific Division * Sixth in Western Conference * F Teemu Selanne has scored 17 goals in 11 games * Canucks, 7:30 tonight: Now that Alexander Mogilny is signed, the New York Post has a plan to bring him to the Islanders. The proposed package going to Vancouver would consist of Scott Lachance, Zdeno Chara, unsigned 1996 pick J.P. Dumont and a first-round pick in 1998, in case new Coach Mike Keenan is interested. http://foxsports.
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January 21, 1999 | Associated Press
The "Russian Rocket" came back with a bang. Acquired this week in a blockbuster trade, Pavel Bure scored twice Wednesday night to lead the Florida Panthers to a 5-2 victory over the New York Islanders at Uniondale, N.Y. "It was good to play," Bure said. "I had great passes from the guys. The puck was there for me." And the former Vancouver Canuck knew what to do with it, as he usually does. Bure's first goal of the night broke a 1-1 tie in the second period and was a classic.
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February 26, 1996 | From Associated Press
Kjell Samuelsson's slap shot with 20 seconds left in the game banked off Chris Chelios' skate and lifted the Philadelphia Flyers to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday night at Philadelphia. The defenseman's shot from between the circles ricocheted between the left post and goaltender Ed Belfour's legs to put Philadelphia within eight points of the front-running New York Rangers in the Atlantic Division.
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