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January 24, 1989 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
General Manager Rogie Vachon, acting like a man who believes the Kings have a shot at winning the Stanley Cup this spring--a laughable notion in the pre-Gretzky era--made another deal Monday, sending forward Bobby Carpenter to the Boston Bruins for center Steve Kasper. In trading Carpenter, Vachon gave up the player who cost the Kings center Marcel Dionne 2 years ago but never regained his scoring touch, even with the advantage of playing left wing with Wayne Gretzky.
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January 24, 1989 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
General Manager Rogie Vachon, acting like a man who believes the Kings have a shot at winning the Stanley Cup this spring--a laughable notion in the pre-Gretzky era--made another deal Monday, sending forward Bobby Carpenter to the Boston Bruins for center Steve Kasper. In trading Carpenter, Vachon gave up the player who cost the Kings center Marcel Dionne 2 years ago but never regained his scoring touch, even with the advantage of playing left wing with Wayne Gretzky.
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January 4, 1987 | POHLA SMITH, United Press International
It is Tuesday, Dec. 2, 1986--Mario Lemieux Day in Allegheny County, Pa. For Lemieux--star center, heart and soul of the burgeoning Pittsburgh Penguins--it is also a rare day off in midseason. Big deal. The county and the Penguins have failed to adequately spread word of Lemieux Day, an honor accorded for his work with the Allegheny chapter of the Epilepsy Foundation of America.
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