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December 31, 2005
Team Canada's recent selection of Todd Bertuzzi to the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin is shocking at worst and questionable at best. Bertuzzi's cowardly punch from behind on Steve Moore was a despicable act of on-ice violence and should not be condoned. To this day, Moore is still suffering from the effects of Todd's punch and there is no timetable in sight for a possible return. There is a good chance that, at the age of 26, Steve Moore's hockey career is over. As a fellow Canadian, Bertuzzi being named to the Canadian national team is disgraceful.
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December 31, 2005
Team Canada's recent selection of Todd Bertuzzi to the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin is shocking at worst and questionable at best. Bertuzzi's cowardly punch from behind on Steve Moore was a despicable act of on-ice violence and should not be condoned. To this day, Moore is still suffering from the effects of Todd's punch and there is no timetable in sight for a possible return. There is a good chance that, at the age of 26, Steve Moore's hockey career is over. As a fellow Canadian, Bertuzzi being named to the Canadian national team is disgraceful.
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December 24, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Steve Moore says he has been forever changed by Todd Bertuzzi's blind-sided punch to his head in an NHL game last season. He is still feeling the effects from the March 8 attack when Moore and the Colorado Avalanche played Bertuzzi and the Vancouver Canucks. And to make matters worse, Moore is upset that Bertuzzi was able to reach a plea bargain with prosecutors that made it impossible for Moore to be present for the sentencing hearing Wednesday.
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February 17, 1994 | MIKE REILLEY
Steve Moore was named Ram wide receivers coach Wednesday, and offensive assistant Mike Martz was promoted to quarterbacks coach. Moore, out of coaching since 1989, replaces Milt Jackson, who left earlier this month to become Atlanta's receivers coach. Moore, 46, was Seattle's offensive coordinator from 1986-88 under Coach Chuck Knox. He held a variety of assistant coaching positions in 11 seasons on Knox's staffs in Seattle and Buffalo.
FOOD
June 16, 1999
Another note on fava beans and their skins. Like letter-writer Nancy Harmon Jenkins (June 2), I too was curious about the pleasures of eating, and the pitfalls of preparing, fava beans that you described on May 19. I've never eaten favas in Spain, Italy or Lebanon, though I have struggled to prepare the few fistfuls I've purchased over the years at the Santa Monica farmers market. This spring, as a member of the Moore Ranch Community Supported Agriculture project, I received several bags of fava beans in my weekly share.
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March 23, 2004 | From Associated Press
Colorado forward Steve Moore is walking without help and expects to be released from a hospital today, two weeks after his neck was broken by Vancouver's Todd Bertuzzi. When, or whether, he'll return to the ice is still unknown. "That's got to be a tough situation," Avalanche center Peter Forsberg said. "He has to do what he has to do, and he might be out for a while.... Hopefully, he's going to recover."
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December 24, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Steve Moore says he has been forever changed by Todd Bertuzzi's blind-sided punch to his head in an NHL game last season. He is still feeling the effects from the March 8 attack when Moore and the Colorado Avalanche played Bertuzzi and the Vancouver Canucks. And to make matters worse, Moore is upset that Bertuzzi was able to reach a plea bargain with prosecutors that made it impossible for Moore to be present for the sentencing hearing Wednesday.
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March 30, 2004 | Mike Bresnahan, Times Staff Writer
Speaking for the first time since he was blindsided by a punch to the head from Vancouver Canuck winger Todd Bertuzzi, Colorado Avalanche rookie Steve Moore said Monday he was "just fortunate to be alive." Moore sustained a broken neck and a concussion after being punched by Bertuzzi on March 8, the most recent incident to scar hockey's reputation. Wearing a cervical collar over the top of his white dress shirt, Moore spoke optimistically about returning to hockey.
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March 14, 2004 | Mark Herrmann, Newsday
The most telling part of the sorry episode surrounding Todd Bertuzzi's gruesome, devastating attack against Colorado Avalanche player Steve Moore occurred during Bertuzzi's tearful apology Wednesday. Bertuzzi, the hulking Vancouver Canucks forward, said in a public statement to Moore: "I had no intention of hurting you." That is what the hockey culture has come to.
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March 30, 2004 | Mike Bresnahan, Times Staff Writer
Speaking for the first time since he was blindsided by a punch to the head from Vancouver Canuck winger Todd Bertuzzi, Colorado Avalanche rookie Steve Moore said Monday he was "just fortunate to be alive." Moore sustained a broken neck and a concussion after being punched by Bertuzzi on March 8, the most recent incident to scar hockey's reputation. Wearing a cervical collar over the top of his white dress shirt, Moore spoke optimistically about returning to hockey.
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March 23, 2004 | From Associated Press
Colorado forward Steve Moore is walking without help and expects to be released from a hospital today, two weeks after his neck was broken by Vancouver's Todd Bertuzzi. When, or whether, he'll return to the ice is still unknown. "That's got to be a tough situation," Avalanche center Peter Forsberg said. "He has to do what he has to do, and he might be out for a while.... Hopefully, he's going to recover."
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March 14, 2004 | Mark Herrmann, Newsday
The most telling part of the sorry episode surrounding Todd Bertuzzi's gruesome, devastating attack against Colorado Avalanche player Steve Moore occurred during Bertuzzi's tearful apology Wednesday. Bertuzzi, the hulking Vancouver Canucks forward, said in a public statement to Moore: "I had no intention of hurting you." That is what the hockey culture has come to.
FOOD
June 16, 1999
Another note on fava beans and their skins. Like letter-writer Nancy Harmon Jenkins (June 2), I too was curious about the pleasures of eating, and the pitfalls of preparing, fava beans that you described on May 19. I've never eaten favas in Spain, Italy or Lebanon, though I have struggled to prepare the few fistfuls I've purchased over the years at the Santa Monica farmers market. This spring, as a member of the Moore Ranch Community Supported Agriculture project, I received several bags of fava beans in my weekly share.
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September 2, 1994 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ram wide receiver coach Steve Moore speaks, and Sominex goes out of business. "If it got late at training camp and we couldn't sleep, we called Moore down to talk to us," said Joe Vitt, Ram assistant head coach. "Never failed. We'd nod off right away." True story: During a recent interview with Moore, the tape recorder in use drifted off. "I don't always talk like that," Moore said. "I say . . . every once in a while."
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February 17, 1994 | MIKE REILLEY
Steve Moore was named Ram wide receivers coach Wednesday, and offensive assistant Mike Martz was promoted to quarterbacks coach. Moore, out of coaching since 1989, replaces Milt Jackson, who left earlier this month to become Atlanta's receivers coach. Moore, 46, was Seattle's offensive coordinator from 1986-88 under Coach Chuck Knox. He held a variety of assistant coaching positions in 11 seasons on Knox's staffs in Seattle and Buffalo.
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September 2, 1994 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ram wide receiver coach Steve Moore speaks, and Sominex goes out of business. "If it got late at training camp and we couldn't sleep, we called Moore down to talk to us," said Joe Vitt, Ram assistant head coach. "Never failed. We'd nod off right away." True story: During a recent interview with Moore, the tape recorder in use drifted off. "I don't always talk like that," Moore said. "I say . . . every once in a while."
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June 18, 2005
So the new owners of the Mighty Ducks are contemplating a name change. May I suggest Brawlers, Maulers, Ruffians, Goons, etc. Seems appropriate given new GM Brian Burke's support of Todd Bertuzzi after his thrashing of Colorado's Steve Moore two seasons ago. David H. Crocker Long Beach
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