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January 28, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD
It was brother against brother for the Mighty Ducks for the second time this season. Duck center Sean Pronger, 24, played against his younger brother, St. Louis defenseman Chris Pronger. Sunday night, the brothers ate dinner together at Chris' house, a meal prepared by their mother, who is visiting along with their father. On Monday night, Sean scored the Ducks' last goal in a 4-1 victory. It was the first time they played against each other in organized hockey.
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February 14, 1999 | JIM HODGES
Eric Lacroix left his mark on the Kings. It was a message scrawled in red on the white wall of their locker room Saturday morning, reading: "Boys, Good Luck Tonite. See You Soon. E." With that, he vanished into the Eastern Conference, replaced by center Sean Pronger, whom the New York Rangers sent the other way in trade. How Lacroix could see the Kings soon--the two teams could meet again this season only in the NHL finals, the longest kind of shot--is anybody's guess.
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February 1, 1997 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One brother arrived in the NHL with all the fanfare associated with a first-round draft pick. The other sneaked in the back door, almost unnoticed. One brother went straight from the junior ranks to the NHL, skipping the minor leagues entirely. The other paid his dues at Greensboro and Knoxville of the East Coast Hockey League, San Diego of the IHL and Baltimore of the AHL after four seasons at Bowling Green. One brother seemed destined for NHL stardom right from the start. The other did not.
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October 11, 1997 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
With two-thirds of the Ducks' top line sidelined by a contract squabble (Paul Kariya) and an injury (Steve Rucchin), Sean Pronger has moved smartly into the No. 1 center's spot. In his debut on the line in last Saturday's 3-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks, Pronger contributed an assist and steady play. He knew the key was doing more than simply staying out of the way of wingers Tomas Sandstrom and Teemu Selanne.
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January 9, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Ducks called up center Sean Pronger, 24, from minor-league affiliate Baltimore, rewarding him for scoring 26 goals in 41 games. "You have to reward people who work hard down there," Coach Ron Wilson said, also calling it a move to "keep people on edge" after the Ducks' performance slipped recently. * Brian Bellows, who has one goal in the last eight games, was dropped to the fourth line. . . .
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February 14, 1999 | JIM HODGES
Eric Lacroix left his mark on the Kings. It was a message scrawled in red on the white wall of their locker room Saturday morning, reading: "Boys, Good Luck Tonite. See You Soon. E." With that, he vanished into the Eastern Conference, replaced by center Sean Pronger, whom the New York Rangers sent the other way in trade. How Lacroix could see the Kings soon--the two teams could meet again this season only in the NHL finals, the longest kind of shot--is anybody's guess.
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October 11, 1997 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
With two-thirds of the Ducks' top line sidelined by a contract squabble (Paul Kariya) and an injury (Steve Rucchin), Sean Pronger has moved smartly into the No. 1 center's spot. In his debut on the line in last Saturday's 3-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks, Pronger contributed an assist and steady play. He knew the key was doing more than simply staying out of the way of wingers Tomas Sandstrom and Teemu Selanne.
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September 16, 1997 | CHRIS FOSTER
Duck President Tony Tavares said the team has made a second contract offer to Paul Kariya. Tavares declined to give particulars of the offer. Don Baizley, Kariya's agent, would not comment on the negotiations. * Center Sean Pronger, who ended his holdout Saturday, reported to camp Monday.
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September 19, 1997 | Times Wire Services
Sean Pronger had two goals and an assist as the Mighty Ducks made the most of their scoring chances in a 4-2 exhibition victory over the Coyotes at Phoenix. The Ducks scored on four of 13 shots. Matt Cullen and Shawn Antoski also scored goals for the Ducks. Goalie Mikhail Shtalenkov made 35 saves.
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February 1, 1997 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One brother arrived in the NHL with all the fanfare associated with a first-round draft pick. The other sneaked in the back door, almost unnoticed. One brother went straight from the junior ranks to the NHL, skipping the minor leagues entirely. The other paid his dues at Greensboro and Knoxville of the East Coast Hockey League, San Diego of the IHL and Baltimore of the AHL after four seasons at Bowling Green. One brother seemed destined for NHL stardom right from the start. The other did not.
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January 28, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD
It was brother against brother for the Mighty Ducks for the second time this season. Duck center Sean Pronger, 24, played against his younger brother, St. Louis defenseman Chris Pronger. Sunday night, the brothers ate dinner together at Chris' house, a meal prepared by their mother, who is visiting along with their father. On Monday night, Sean scored the Ducks' last goal in a 4-1 victory. It was the first time they played against each other in organized hockey.
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January 9, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Ducks called up center Sean Pronger, 24, from minor-league affiliate Baltimore, rewarding him for scoring 26 goals in 41 games. "You have to reward people who work hard down there," Coach Ron Wilson said, also calling it a move to "keep people on edge" after the Ducks' performance slipped recently. * Brian Bellows, who has one goal in the last eight games, was dropped to the fourth line. . . .
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September 20, 1996 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Goaltender Guy Hebert is expected in camp today, the final arrival from the World Cup. The Ducks are the only NHL team that sent two goalies to the tournament, and since Hebert and Mikhail Shtalenkov were both backups, they're in shape but in need of game action. Ron Wilson--Hebert's coach in Anaheim and with Team USA--would like to put Hebert in the lineup right away for Saturday's exhibition against the New York Rangers in Las Vegas.
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September 26, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD
The Mighty Ducks trimmed their roster to 30 Monday, sending seven players to their minor league affiliate in Baltimore. Among them was left wing David Sacco, the player acquired from Toronto last year for Terry Yake, the team's leading scorer in its first season. Yake has since been released by Toronto but is trying out with Winnipeg. Also reassigned were forwards John Lilley, Mike Maneluk, Sean Pronger and Jarrod Skalde, defenseman Jason Marshall and goalie Byron Penstock.
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