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September 28, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Shayne Corson signed a three-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens, a package that is believed to be worth almost $3 million. . . .
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April 30, 2002 | Associated Press
Toronto forward Shayne Corson was suspended by the NHL on Monday for Game 7 of the Maple Leafs' playoff series against the New York Islanders. Corson was suspended for tonight's game in Toronto for kicking New York defenseman Eric Cairns during a fight Sunday late in Game 6.
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April 30, 2002 | Associated Press
Toronto forward Shayne Corson was suspended by the NHL on Monday for Game 7 of the Maple Leafs' playoff series against the New York Islanders. Corson was suspended for tonight's game in Toronto for kicking New York defenseman Eric Cairns during a fight Sunday late in Game 6.
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November 10, 1998 | From Associated Press
Brian Savage scored two goals to help the Montreal Canadiens to a 5-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday night at Montreal. Martin Rucinsky, Turner Stevenson and Shayne Corson also scored for the Canadiens, who scored on their first three shots on goal en route to their third consecutive victory. Alexander Daigle scored for the Flyers, who are winless in their last six games. "In the first period we got beat to all the loose pucks," said Flyer forward John LeClair.
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December 3, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
Playing against the Canadiens in Montreal tonight will be a big game for six King players--Luc Robitaille, Yanic Perreault, Stephane Fiset, Ian Laperriere, Philippe Boucher and Frederic Chabot. Each of them grew up in or around the city. "I like to play here in front of my family and friends," Fiset said. "For a French hockey player, you always want to play good here in Montreal. They put so much pressure on you. It's unreal. You don't want to do bad."
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November 10, 1998 | From Associated Press
Brian Savage scored two goals to help the Montreal Canadiens to a 5-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday night at Montreal. Martin Rucinsky, Turner Stevenson and Shayne Corson also scored for the Canadiens, who scored on their first three shots on goal en route to their third consecutive victory. Alexander Daigle scored for the Flyers, who are winless in their last six games. "In the first period we got beat to all the loose pucks," said Flyer forward John LeClair.
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September 27, 1998 | Associated Press
Left wing Shayne Corson has ended his contract holdout with the Montreal Canadiens and expects to be in training camp Tuesday. But he warns he may leave again when the regular season begins Oct. 10 if management refuses to sweeten his contract. Corson has two years remaining on a five-year contract, originally signed with the St. Louis Blues, that pays $1.1 million per season. There was also a $1.25 million signing bonus.
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May 21, 1989 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
Referee Kerry Fraser Saturday defended his controversial boarding call Friday night in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup playoffs won by the Montreal Canadiens, 4-3, in double overtime. Fraser made the call against Calgary's Mark Hunter, which created a power play for the Canadiens. Montreal capitalized on the advantage and scored at 18:08 of the second overtime to take a 2-1 lead in the finals. Game 4 will be played here at 4 p.m., PDT, today. Fraser said a memo from the National Hockey League's officiating department was sent this season saying boarding should be called "very stringently."
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December 14, 1990 | Reuters
Three members of the Montreal Canadiens hockey team were arrested early this morning after police were called to a brawl involving seven people outside a nightclub, Winnipeg police spokesman Eric Turner said. Shayne Corson, Mike Keane and Brian Skrudland of the Canadiens, along with two Winnipeg men, were charged with causing a disturbance by fighting, Turner said. The cause of the disturbance was unknown, Turner said.
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September 27, 1998 | Associated Press
Left wing Shayne Corson has ended his contract holdout with the Montreal Canadiens and expects to be in training camp Tuesday. But he warns he may leave again when the regular season begins Oct. 10 if management refuses to sweeten his contract. Corson has two years remaining on a five-year contract, originally signed with the St. Louis Blues, that pays $1.1 million per season. There was also a $1.25 million signing bonus.
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December 3, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
Playing against the Canadiens in Montreal tonight will be a big game for six King players--Luc Robitaille, Yanic Perreault, Stephane Fiset, Ian Laperriere, Philippe Boucher and Frederic Chabot. Each of them grew up in or around the city. "I like to play here in front of my family and friends," Fiset said. "For a French hockey player, you always want to play good here in Montreal. They put so much pressure on you. It's unreal. You don't want to do bad."
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February 15, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Shayne Corson was suspended indefinitely by the Montreal Canadiens for his involvement in a bar brawl that club management said hurt the team's reputation.
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May 21, 1989 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
Referee Kerry Fraser Saturday defended his controversial boarding call Friday night in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup playoffs won by the Montreal Canadiens, 4-3, in double overtime. Fraser made the call against Calgary's Mark Hunter, which created a power play for the Canadiens. Montreal capitalized on the advantage and scored at 18:08 of the second overtime to take a 2-1 lead in the finals. Game 4 will be played here at 4 p.m., PDT, today. Fraser said a memo from the National Hockey League's officiating department was sent this season saying boarding should be called "very stringently."
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