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July 11, 1999
Sean Whyte scored the lone shootout goal as the Bullfrogs edged the San Jose Rhinos, 7-6, in a Roller Hockey International game Saturday. Kevin St. Jacques had a season-high four goals to lead the Bullfrogs (9-1-2), who remain in second place one point behind Las Vegas. Jason Elder of San Jose, who had three goals, forced the shootout when he tied the score, 6-6, with 3:33 left.
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August 18, 1999 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No one has been more disturbed by the way the Bullfrogs have been playing lately than their usually quiet right winger, Sean Whyte. The Bullfrogs are out of sync but have been finding ways to win. They still figure to be heavy favorites to take their third consecutive in-line title when the Roller Hockey International playoffs begin this afternoon at the Arrowhead Pond. But Anaheim will likely be without its second-leading scorer, Kevin St.
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July 24, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD
Opponent--Montreal Roadrunners Site--Molson Centre, Montreal Time--4:30 Records--Bullfrogs 8-9, Montreal 6-7-3 Bullfrog update--This is the first meeting between the teams in the five years of Roller Hockey International. On Wednesday, the Bullfrogs blew a three-goal lead and the Ottawa Wheels beat them, 8-5. Sean Whyte was the bright spot for the Bullfrogs, scoring two goals against Ottawa Wednesday night. Roadrunner update--Montreal has been hot.
SPORTS
July 11, 1999
Sean Whyte scored the lone shootout goal as the Bullfrogs edged the San Jose Rhinos, 7-6, in a Roller Hockey International game Saturday. Kevin St. Jacques had a season-high four goals to lead the Bullfrogs (9-1-2), who remain in second place one point behind Las Vegas. Jason Elder of San Jose, who had three goals, forced the shootout when he tied the score, 6-6, with 3:33 left.
SPORTS
August 14, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Bullfrogs humbled the injury-riddled Blades, 7-2, in the opening round of the Roller Hockey International Western Conference playoff series Wednesday night at the Forum. From the start, it was clear to Bullfrog Coach Brad McCaughey and the announced crowd of 3,816 that the Blades, who were 0-4-2 in the last two weeks, were not ready to face red-hot Anaheim. "The way they played tonight doesn't resemble the hockey team I saw all year," McCaughey said. "I expect a much better game at our rink.
SPORTS
August 18, 1999 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
No one has been more disturbed by the way the Bullfrogs have been playing lately than their usually quiet right winger, Sean Whyte. The Bullfrogs are out of sync but have been finding ways to win. They still figure to be heavy favorites to take their third consecutive in-line title when the Roller Hockey International playoffs begin this afternoon at the Arrowhead Pond. But Anaheim will likely be without its second-leading scorer, Kevin St.
SPORTS
December 3, 2000
Sean Whyte scored a power-play goal in the third period and John Kosobud scored two goals, including an empty-netter, as the Phoenix Mustangs defeated the Long Beach Ice Dogs, 4-2, Saturday night at Long Beach Arena. Kelly Askew scored both of the Ice Dog goals, the first coming only 50 seconds into the game and the second on a power play at 7:55 of the first period.
SPORTS
August 2, 1996
The Bullfrogs acquired forward Sean Whyte from Denver Thursday, the team announced. In exchange for Whyte, Denver will get the Bullfrogs' first- and second-round picks in the 1997 draft. Whyte didn't play for Denver this season but played last ice hockey season for Fort Worth of the Central Hockey League. He played the 1995 RHI season for the Phoenix Cobras, accumulating 45 points in 23 games. Whyte also played in 18 games for the Kings during the 1992-93 season.
SPORTS
July 24, 1997
The Bullfrogs squandered a three-goal lead as the Ottawa Wheels scored six goals in the second and third quarters to take the lead and win, 8-5, in an Roller Hockey International game Wednesday in Ottawa. Martin Woods and Robin Bouchard provided the bulk of the offense. Each had three goals to help the Wheels rally from a 4-1 deficit. Mario Therrien and Carl Stewart scored the other goals for the Wheels.
SPORTS
July 19, 1998
The race to lead the Bullfrogs in scoring holds much more drama than any game the team plays against a Major League Roller Hockey opponent. Forward John Hanson scored six goals to take over the team lead by one as the visiting Bullfrogs beat Washington, 20-5, Saturday in Maryland. Hanson leads with 32 goals, one ahead of Darren Colbourne who scored once Saturday. Glenn Stewart also had six goals against Washington.
SPORTS
August 14, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Bullfrogs humbled the injury-riddled Blades, 7-2, in the opening round of the Roller Hockey International Western Conference playoff series Wednesday night at the Forum. From the start, it was clear to Bullfrog Coach Brad McCaughey and the announced crowd of 3,816 that the Blades, who were 0-4-2 in the last two weeks, were not ready to face red-hot Anaheim. "The way they played tonight doesn't resemble the hockey team I saw all year," McCaughey said. "I expect a much better game at our rink.
SPORTS
July 24, 1997 | PAUL McLEOD
Opponent--Montreal Roadrunners Site--Molson Centre, Montreal Time--4:30 Records--Bullfrogs 8-9, Montreal 6-7-3 Bullfrog update--This is the first meeting between the teams in the five years of Roller Hockey International. On Wednesday, the Bullfrogs blew a three-goal lead and the Ottawa Wheels beat them, 8-5. Sean Whyte was the bright spot for the Bullfrogs, scoring two goals against Ottawa Wednesday night. Roadrunner update--Montreal has been hot.
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