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September 7, 2005
*--* Player, Team G A Pts 1. Ray Bourque, Bos-Col 410 1,169 1,579 2. Paul Coffey, Edm-Pit-LA-Det-Har-Phi-Chi-Car-Bos 396 1,135 1,531 3. x-Al MacInnis, Cal-StL 340 934 1,274 4. Phil Housley, Buf-Win-StL-Cal-NJ-Was-Cal-Chi-Tor 338 894 1,232 5. Larry Murphy, LA-Was-Min-Pit-Tor-Det 287 929 1,216 6. Denis Potvin, NYI 310 742 1,052 7. x-Brian Leetch, NYR-Tor 242 754 996 8. Larry Robinson, Mon-LA 208 750 958 9. Bobby Orr, Bos-Chi 270 645 915 10. x-Chris Chelios, Mon-Chi-Det 178 736 914 11.
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November 12, 2013 | Lisa Dillman
What began as the germ of an idea, two brothers pursuing a jointly held dream of winning the Stanley Cup together, took a firmer grip overseas in an unlikely spot, the Czech Republic. It was 2004. Scott and Rob Niedermayer were far away from their roots in British Columbia, helping lead Canada to a gold medal at the world championships. This represented a rare, treasured opportunity for the brothers to play together. They relished those games in Prague and so the Niedermayers started discussing an extended partnership.
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November 10, 2013 | By Alan Zarembo
A girl and her aunt suffered wounds Sunday evening after their first-floor apartment in South Los Angeles was sprayed with gunfire. Twelve to 15 shots were fired from a 9mm semiautomatic handgun into the apartment on South Central Avenue, said Sgt. Scott Stevens of the Los Angeles Police Department. The 9-year-old girl was struck once in the thigh, her 18-year-old aunt once in the arm. Both were taken to a local hospital, where they are in stable condition. Four other people were also in the apartment but were not hit. The police have not found any witnesses who could offer a description of the shooter or shooters.
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September 4, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The New Jersey Devils were awarded defenseman Scott Stevens as compensation for the St. Louis Blues' signing of Brendan Shanahan. St. Louis officials offered winger Rod Brind'Amour and backup goaltender Curtis Joseph and either a third- or fourth-round pick in next year's entry draft to the Devils. But arbitrator Judge Edward J. Houston sided with New Jersey's request for Stevens, the Blues' captain last year.
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February 1, 1987 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
Who's better than his brother Joe? Dom-inic Di-Mag-gio. --Press-box lyric, Fenway Park, circa 1946 In the second race at Santa Anita Jan. 19, Scott Stevens was better than his brother Gary. Scott had Cody's Chance, a 5-year-old gelding, in front almost all the way for a 1 3/4-length victory. Gary finished third aboard Don's Co'op. With Scott on the back of a $37.
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October 8, 1996 | Associated Press
New Jersey defenseman Scott Stevens was suspended by the NHL for one game for high-sticking Igor Larionov in the season opener against the Detroit Red Wings. Stevens, also fined $1,000, sat out Monday night's game at Philadelphia. * Philadelphia Flyer star Eric Lindros did not play Monday against the New Jersey Devils because of a lingering right groin injury that may sideline him until next week.
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October 17, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
NASHVILLE -- After he was drafted, defenseman Shea Weber spent two more seasons in junior hockey and played 48 games in Milwaukee, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Nashville Predators. Similarly, Minnesota defenseman Ryan Suter, a former Predator, didn't get to Nashville straightaway after he was drafted in 2003. Suter played a season at Wisconsin and then played 63 games the following season in Milwaukee. “The road to Nashville is through Milwaukee -- so we've used that, it's worked really good, players understand that,” David Poile, general manager for the Predators and the U.S. Olympic team, said  Thursday.
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February 7, 2008 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
NEW YORK -- As emotionless as he can appear to be on the ice and off of it, Scott Niedermayer isn't going to pretend that Friday night's game against the New Jersey Devils is just another to play out on the schedule. Niedermayer will be back in New Jersey for the first time since he left as a free agent to sign with the Ducks following 13 seasons in which he helped the Devils win three Stanley Cups and emerged as one of the game's elite defensemen.
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September 7, 2005
*--* Player, Team G A Pts 1. Ray Bourque, Bos-Col 410 1,169 1,579 2. Paul Coffey, Edm-Pit-LA-Det-Har-Phi-Chi-Car-Bos 396 1,135 1,531 3. x-Al MacInnis, Cal-StL 340 934 1,274 4. Phil Housley, Buf-Win-StL-Cal-NJ-Was-Cal-Chi-Tor 338 894 1,232 5. Larry Murphy, LA-Was-Min-Pit-Tor-Det 287 929 1,216 6. Denis Potvin, NYI 310 742 1,052 7. x-Brian Leetch, NYR-Tor 242 754 996 8. Larry Robinson, Mon-LA 208 750 958 9. Bobby Orr, Bos-Chi 270 645 915 10. x-Chris Chelios, Mon-Chi-Det 178 736 914 11.
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June 9, 2003 | Adrian Wojnarowski, The Hackensack (N.J.) Record
The Devils were down and desperate, Game 6 bleeding into a Game 7, and a seething Scott Stevens started skating on a search-and-destroy mission. These Mighty Ducks had come back and come back in these Stanley Cup finals and once and for all, the Devils' captain made sure to test the mettle of the Ducks with a marauding message splattered on the Arrowhead Pond ice.
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June 8, 2003 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
The Mighty Ducks and their management had a wide range of opinions about Paul Kariya's being battered by New Jersey defenseman Scott Stevens Saturday. Kariya had just made a pass and did not see Stevens coming. Stevens, known for his vicious hits, dropped Kariya with a shoulder. "That was huge for us, for motivation," said Duck defenseman Ruslan Salei, who had a few words for Stevens after the hit. "That made us really mad." That Kariya came back and scored a goal lessened the ire, some.
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May 29, 2003 | Helene Elliott
Ask Devil defenseman Scott Stevens how to hammer a nail and he'll tell you how to build a house. "You ask one question and he'll give you the whole scenario," teammate Scott Gomez said. "He's so into the game and so intense. "He's not a rah-rah kind of guy, but you see his eyes and you feed off it. You get a guy like that leading by example, there's no greater leadership." Duck General Manager Bryan Murray knew that long ago.
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May 1, 2003 | From Associated Press
Scott Stevens showed how much he means to the New Jersey Devils. Returning to the lineup two nights after being hit in the left ear with a puck, Stevens scored a goal and anchored another strong performance by the NHL's top defense. The Devils beat the Tampa Bay Lightning, 3-1, Wednesday night to move within one victory of the Eastern Conference finals. Scott Gomez and Patrik Elias also scored for New Jersey, and Martin Brodeur had nine of his 25 saves in the third period.
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May 9, 2003 | From Associated Press
In the opening minutes of practice Thursday, Scott Stevens stood opposite Jamie Langenbrunner waiting to pounce on a rebound. As the puck bounced off goaltender Corey Schwab's pads, the New Jersey Devil teammates acted like kids on the first day of training camp, straining to be the first to slam the puck in the net. It was hard to tell who got it, but Stevens smiled broadly as he skated hard to center ice.
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May 26, 2003 | Helene Elliott
New Jersey Devil defenseman Brian Rafalski was ready to nod off by the time the puck was dropped to start most of the Mighty Ducks' playoff games this spring. The extent of his viewing on nights he was awake past 10 p.m.? "Usually, one period," he said. Goaltender Martin Brodeur has watched "a little bit" of the Ducks' march to the Stanley Cup finals, blaming the three-hour time difference between New Jersey and California for his inability to more carefully monitor their progress.
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May 9, 2003 | From Associated Press
In the opening minutes of practice Thursday, Scott Stevens stood opposite Jamie Langenbrunner waiting to pounce on a rebound. As the puck bounced off goaltender Corey Schwab's pads, the New Jersey Devil teammates acted like kids on the first day of training camp, straining to be the first to slam the puck in the net. It was hard to tell who got it, but Stevens smiled broadly as he skated hard to center ice.
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