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May 19, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Center Stephan Lebeau, the Mighty Ducks' third-leading scorer last season, has left the team to play in Switzerland, signing a free-agent contract with Lugano. Lebeau, whose younger brother Patrick also plays in the Swiss league, had eight goals and 16 assists in 37 games for the Ducks this season, two years after scoring a career-high 80 points for the Stanley Cup champion Montreal Canadiens.
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May 19, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Center Stephan Lebeau, the Mighty Ducks' third-leading scorer last season, has left the team to play in Switzerland, signing a free-agent contract with Lugano. Lebeau, whose younger brother Patrick also plays in the Swiss league, had eight goals and 16 assists in 37 games for the Ducks this season, two years after scoring a career-high 80 points for the Stanley Cup champion Montreal Canadiens.
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February 21, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks parted with half of what was once their No. 1 and 1-A goaltending tandem Sunday, trading Ron Tugnutt to Montreal for Stephan Lebeau, a center who had 31 goals and 80 points for the Stanley Cup champions last season. Lebeau is expected to help an offense that ranks 23rd on the power play and has scored on only five of its last 60 opportunities.
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May 19, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks have lost center Stephan Lebeau, their third-leading scorer this season, because he signed a free-agent contract to play in Switzerland. "It's something Stephan wanted to do and has wanted to do for quite some time," said his agent, Don Meehan. "Generally speaking, he has had it in the back of his mind that he wanted to play in Europe for personal reasons." Lebeau, whose younger brother Patrick also plays in the Swiss league, signed a two-year deal with Lugano.
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February 21, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks parted with half of what once was their Nos. 1 and 1-A goaltending tandem Sunday, trading Ron Tugnutt to the Montreal Canadiens for Stephan Lebeau, a skilled young center who had 31 goals and 80 points for the Stanley Cup champions last season.
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February 27, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Six days after the trade that made Stephan Lebeau a Mighty Duck, fans were already wearing Duck jerseys with "Lebeau 47" on the back at Le Colisee on Saturday. Lebeau, who is from nearby Montreal and had played his whole NHL career there, left a winner and notched his first goal and assist as a Duck in a 6-3 victory over the Quebec Nordiques, moving the Ducks within two points of San Jose for the final Western Conference playoff spot.
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May 19, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks have lost center Stephan Lebeau, their third-leading scorer this season, because he signed a free-agent contract to play in Switzerland. "It's something Stephan wanted to do and has wanted to do for quite some time," said his agent, Don Meehan. "Generally speaking, he has had it in the back of his mind that he wanted to play in Europe for personal reasons." Lebeau, whose younger brother Patrick also plays in the Swiss league, signed a two-year deal with Lugano.
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March 16, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Paul Kariya and Stephan Lebeau are the Mighty Ducks' artists in residence, two players who could make pocket change at a street fair with their playful juggling and sleights of hand. They're drawn to each other on the ice as much as off it, and their skillful playmaking led to two quick goals by Kariya on Wednesday in the first period of a 5-0 victory over the Calgary Flames as they played on a line together for the first time.
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April 1, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The morning after he had been traded, for the first time in his life, Stephan Lebeau picked up the newspaper at home in Montreal and saw himself staring back from the front page. By the time he had joined the Mighty Ducks in Buffalo that same February day, he knew he had left behind the peculiar pressure and glory of being a Montreal Canadien. "In the U.S., it was a tiny line," Lebeau said.
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March 26, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The morning after he was traded for the first time in his life, Stephan Lebeau picked up the newspaper at home in Montreal last month and saw himself staring back from the front page. By the time he joined the Mighty Ducks in Buffalo later that day, he knew he had left behind the peculiar pressure and glory of being a Montreal Canadien. "In the U.S., it was a tiny line," Lebeau said. He had gone from a team that had won 24 Stanley Cups to one that hadn't won that many games .
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March 16, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Paul Kariya and Stephan Lebeau are the Mighty Ducks' artists in residence, two players who could make pocket change at a street fair with their playful juggling and sleights of hand. They're drawn to each other on the ice as much as off it, and their skillful playmaking led to two quick goals by Kariya on Wednesday in the first period of a 5-0 victory over the Calgary Flames as they played on a line together for the first time.
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April 1, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The morning after he had been traded, for the first time in his life, Stephan Lebeau picked up the newspaper at home in Montreal and saw himself staring back from the front page. By the time he had joined the Mighty Ducks in Buffalo that same February day, he knew he had left behind the peculiar pressure and glory of being a Montreal Canadien. "In the U.S., it was a tiny line," Lebeau said.
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March 26, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The morning after he was traded for the first time in his life, Stephan Lebeau picked up the newspaper at home in Montreal last month and saw himself staring back from the front page. By the time he joined the Mighty Ducks in Buffalo later that day, he knew he had left behind the peculiar pressure and glory of being a Montreal Canadien. "In the U.S., it was a tiny line," Lebeau said. He had gone from a team that had won 24 Stanley Cups to one that hadn't won that many games .
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February 27, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Six days after the trade that made Stephan Lebeau a Mighty Duck, fans were already wearing Duck jerseys with "Lebeau 47" on the back at Le Colisee on Saturday. Lebeau, who is from nearby Montreal and had played his whole NHL career there, left a winner and notched his first goal and assist as a Duck in a 6-3 victory over the Quebec Nordiques, moving the Ducks within two points of San Jose for the final Western Conference playoff spot.
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February 21, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks parted with half of what was once their No. 1 and 1-A goaltending tandem Sunday, trading Ron Tugnutt to Montreal for Stephan Lebeau, a center who had 31 goals and 80 points for the Stanley Cup champions last season. Lebeau is expected to help an offense that ranks 23rd on the power play and has scored on only five of its last 60 opportunities.
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February 21, 1994 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Mighty Ducks parted with half of what once was their Nos. 1 and 1-A goaltending tandem Sunday, trading Ron Tugnutt to the Montreal Canadiens for Stephan Lebeau, a skilled young center who had 31 goals and 80 points for the Stanley Cup champions last season.
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November 19, 1991 | From Associated Press
Mark Recchi scored three goals and added three assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Quebec Nordiques, 7-3, Monday night in Pierre Page's first game as Quebec's coach. Page, Quebec's general manager, fired coach Dave Chambers on Sunday and took over behind the bench in this home game. Montreal 1, Edmonton 0--Stephan Lebeau's power-play goal in the second period at Montreal helped the Canadiens end a three-game winless streak.
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January 17, 1995 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Mighty Duck Coach Ron Wilson says his players "look like they've hardly missed a beat" because of the lockout, but his real concern going into Friday's season-opener at Edmonton is their health. Garry Valk, the team's third-leading scorer last season, is doubtful for the first two games after being diagnosed Monday with a strained medial collateral ligament in his left knee. He was hurt Sunday and underwent an MRI test Monday.
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