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November 23, 1998 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With his dream of being an NHL standout a distant memory, Stephane Morin made the most of his minor-league hockey career. He averaged more than a point a game every season and was an all-star in two leagues. But pay in the minors had limitations. So despite being recognized as one of the top minor-league players in North America, Morin decided to take advantage of the high salaries that European teams were paying and play for the Berlin Capitals in the German League.
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November 23, 1998 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With his dream of being an NHL standout a distant memory, Stephane Morin made the most of his minor-league hockey career. He averaged more than a point a game every season and was an all-star in two leagues. But pay in the minors had limitations. So despite being recognized as one of the top minor-league players in North America, Morin decided to take advantage of the high salaries that European teams were paying and play for the Berlin Capitals in the German League.
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June 11, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Until this season, Stephane Morin of the Long Beach Ice Dogs had never experienced the excitement of postseason hockey beyond the first round. So in the last six weeks, Morin, 28, has made the most of his first extended playoff experience, helping lead the Ice Dogs to their first Turner Cup finals. With a team-high 18 points in 15 playoff games, Morin is a key reason Long Beach is in the best-of-seven International Hockey League series.
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June 11, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Until this season, Stephane Morin of the Long Beach Ice Dogs had never experienced the excitement of postseason hockey beyond the first round. So in the last six weeks, Morin, 28, has made the most of his first extended playoff experience, helping lead the Ice Dogs to their first Turner Cup finals. With a team-high 18 points in 15 playoff games, Morin is a key reason Long Beach is in the best-of-seven International Hockey League series.
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October 18, 1997 | Associated Press
Russ Romaniuk scored two goals and Kay Whitmore stopped 34 shots as the Long Beach Ice Dogs recorded a 3-1 International Hockey League victory Friday over the Kansas City Blades. Stephane Morin assisted on both of Romaniuk's goals. The Ice Dogs improved to 5-4-1.
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October 19, 1997 | Associated Press
The Milwaukee Admirals scored three second-period goals Saturday and defeated the Long Beach Ice Dogs, 4-2, in front of an International Hockey League crowd of 6,709 at Milwaukee, Wis. The Admirals got goals from Joe Frederick, Steve Tuttle, Jarrett Deuling and Mike McNeil. Rob Kenny and Stephane Morin scored for the Ice Dogs.
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October 12, 1997 | Associated Press
Mike Buzak stopped 24 shots and Stephane Morin scored twice as the Long Beach Ice Dogs blanked the San Antonio Dragons, 5-0, Saturday night for their second consecutive shutout in the International Hockey League. Buzak, in his second start, posted his fifth career shutout by stopping all seven Dragon power-play chances. Long Beach scored three second-period goals. Andrei Vasilyev fed the puck from the blueline to Morin who was alone 20 feet in front of the net at the 6:06 mark.
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October 13, 1997
The Ice Dogs posted their third victory in as many days, beating the Utah Grizzlies, 2-1, in a shootout Sunday at the Long Beach Sports Arena. Kay Whitmore, who had a shutout Friday night, gave up only one goal to the Grizzlies (2-2-1), stopping 19 of 20 shots and shutting down the league's top power play unit on all seven chances. In the shootout, Whitmore stopped three of five skaters, while Ice Dogs Patrik Augusta, Denis Tsygurov and Dan Lambert connected for Long Beach.
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May 19, 1997 | LONNIE WHITE
The Ice Dogs showed the mark of a championship team Sunday when they bounced back from their first playoff loss of the season to defeat the Houston Aeros, 5-3, before a boisterous crowd of 4,914 at the Long Beach Arena. The Ice Dogs, who lost at Houston, 4-1, on Thursday, won their 16th consecutive home game and fifth in a row in the playoffs to even their International Hockey League Western Conference finals series with the Aeros at 1-1.
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May 8, 1997 | Associated Press
Stephane Morin scored two shorthanded goals and had an assist as the Long Beach Ice Dogs were 4-1 winners over the Utah Grizzlies in International Hockey League conference semifinals Wednesday. Ice Dogs goaltender Tom Draper stopped 31 of 32 shots. The Ice Dogs have a 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven Western Conference semifinal series.
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May 22, 1997 | Associated Press
Five players scored goals for Long Beach on Wednesday night in a 5-3 victory over the Houston Aeros that moved the Ice Dogs to within one victory of a berth in the International Hockey League championship series. The Ice Dogs, who lead the best-of-seven Western Conference finals, 3-1, after scoring five goals for the third consecutive game, can win the series tonight in Game 5 at the Summit, where 8,278 watched Wednesday night's game.
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