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October 16, 1995 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Playing only his second collegiate hockey game and with his older, more famous brother watching from above, freshman Steve Kariya set up the game-winning goal for Maine in a 4-3 victory over Michigan State in the title game of the Great Western Freeze-Out at The Pond of Anaheim on Sunday.
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February 23, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Kariya vs. Kariya Part II will not take place tonight. Paul Kariya of the Ducks will miss his second consecutive game because of a bruised right foot. Steve Kariya will be in the lineup for the Vancouver Canucks, returning after scoring 11 goals and 16 points during a 10-game stint in the minors. The teams tied, 2-2, in the first NHL meeting between the Kariya brothers Dec. 8 in Anaheim. The Ducks will make do with left wing Marty McInnis skating in Paul Kariya's spot on their top line tonight.
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March 24, 1999 | BILL SHAIKIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He graduates this spring, with a spot on the honor roll and a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Maine. His parents, both teachers, would be thrilled and proud if he pursued a master's degree or a career on Wall Street. But if the kid follows another career path, Mom and Dad will love him and support him just the same. And, truth be told, the kid wants to do the same thing his big brother does for a living.
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December 9, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well, perhaps some kind soul will edit the videotape as a keepsake for T.K. and Sharon Kariya. Then they won't have to sit through all those icing and offside calls while waiting for glimpses of their sons, Paul and Steve, working their magic Wednesday. Backyard scrimmages at the Kariya home in North Vancouver, Canada, probably had more sustained excellence than the Mighty Ducks' 2-2 tie against the Canucks before 12,488 at the Arrowhead Pond.
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October 16, 1995 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The name had a familiar ring to it. Come to think of it, that pretty move down the left flank and centering flip for what turned out to be the game-winning goal looked like something we've seen before, too. In a nanosecond, Maine freshman Steve Kariya proved he can make an eye-catching play just like his brother, Paul.
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December 9, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well, perhaps some kind soul will edit the videotape as a keepsake for T.K. and Sharon Kariya. Then they won't have to sit through all those icing and offside calls while waiting for glimpses of their sons, Paul and Steve, working their magic Wednesday. Backyard scrimmages at the Kariya home in North Vancouver, Canada, probably had more sustained excellence than the Mighty Ducks' 2-2 tie against the Canucks before 12,488 at the Arrowhead Pond.
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December 9, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well, perhaps some kind soul will edit the videotape as a keepsake for T.K. and Sharon Kariya. Then they won't have to sit through all those icing and offside calls while waiting for glimpses of their sons, Paul and Steve, working their magic Wednesday. Backyard scrimmages at the Kariya home in North Vancouver, Canada, probably had more sustained excellence than the Mighty Ducks' 2-2 tie against the Canucks before 12,488 at the Arrowhead Pond.
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April 4, 1999 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The last time Maine won the NCAA hockey championship, Paul Kariya was at the center of the celebration. Six years later, co-captian Steve Kariya was skating around the home ice of his Mighty Ducks' star brother, holding the championship trophy over his head after the Black Bears' 3-2 overtime victory over New Hampshire Saturday in front of 14,447 at the Arrowhead Pond. "I've never been on a team that's won anything," he said, "but I can tell you now there's no better feeling."
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February 23, 2000 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Kariya vs. Kariya Part II will not take place tonight. Paul Kariya of the Ducks will miss his second consecutive game because of a bruised right foot. Steve Kariya will be in the lineup for the Vancouver Canucks, returning after scoring 11 goals and 16 points during a 10-game stint in the minors. The teams tied, 2-2, in the first NHL meeting between the Kariya brothers Dec. 8 in Anaheim. The Ducks will make do with left wing Marty McInnis skating in Paul Kariya's spot on their top line tonight.
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December 8, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Blame it on T.K. After all, he's the role model for his five children. Naturally, it would be his fault. T.K., short for Tetsuhiko Kariya, played rugby at the University of British Columbia, for club teams and for Canada in international competitions. It's difficult to imagine him not getting crunched by bigger players in the often violent scrums. As a young man, T.K. was fast and shrewd and, well, nobody really could catch him.
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December 9, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well, perhaps some kind soul will edit the videotape as a keepsake for T.K. and Sharon Kariya. Then they won't have to sit through all those icing and offside calls while waiting for glimpses of their sons, Paul and Steve, working their magic Wednesday. Backyard scrimmages at the Kariya home in North Vancouver, Canada, probably had more sustained excellence than the Mighty Ducks' 2-2 tie against the Canucks before 12,488 at the Arrowhead Pond.
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December 8, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Blame it on T.K. After all, he's the role model for his five children. Naturally, it would be his fault. T.K., short for Tetsuhiko Kariya, played rugby at the University of British Columbia, for club teams and for Canada in international competitions. It's difficult to imagine him not getting crunched by bigger players in the often violent scrums. As a young man, T.K. was fast and shrewd and, well, nobody really could catch him.
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April 4, 1999 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The last time Maine won the NCAA hockey championship, Paul Kariya was at the center of the celebration. Six years later, co-captian Steve Kariya was skating around the home ice of his Mighty Ducks' star brother, holding the championship trophy over his head after the Black Bears' 3-2 overtime victory over New Hampshire Saturday in front of 14,447 at the Arrowhead Pond. "I've never been on a team that's won anything," he said, "but I can tell you now there's no better feeling."
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March 24, 1999 | BILL SHAIKIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He graduates this spring, with a spot on the honor roll and a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Maine. His parents, both teachers, would be thrilled and proud if he pursued a master's degree or a career on Wall Street. But if the kid follows another career path, Mom and Dad will love him and support him just the same. And, truth be told, the kid wants to do the same thing his big brother does for a living.
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October 16, 1995 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Playing only his second collegiate hockey game and with his older, more famous brother watching from above, freshman Steve Kariya set up the game-winning goal for Maine in a 4-3 victory over Michigan State in the title game of the Great Western Freeze-Out at The Pond of Anaheim on Sunday.
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October 16, 1995 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The name had a familiar ring to it. Come to think of it, that pretty move down the left flank and centering flip for what turned out to be the game-winning goal looked like something we've seen before, too. In a nanosecond, Maine freshman Steve Kariya proved he can make an eye-catching play just like his brother, Paul.
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April 17, 1999 | From Associated Press
Breaking a goal-scoring slump, Bobby Holik scored his second goal with 1:33 left in overtime Friday night to give the Devils a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers at East Rutherford, N.J.. The victory moved New Jersey one point ahead of Ottawa in the race for the top seeding in the Eastern Conference. Both teams finish the regular season today. Holik has scored 26 goals but had scored only once in his last 21 games.
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December 9, 1999 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
Two Vancouver reporters set out earlier this season to determine an accurate height for Steve Kariya, Paul's younger, shorter brother. So, one stood back a ways while covertly watching his 5-foot-6 1/2 colleague interviewing the Vancouver rookie winger in the dressing room. The observing reporter judged Kariya to be about an inch shorter than the other reporter. So, "officially" Steve Kariya is 5-5 1/2 despite being listed at 5-7 in the Vancouver media guide.
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