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April 25, 1988 | From Inquirer Wire Services
Goaltender Rejean Lemelin posted a shutout and Rick Middleton broke a scoreless tie with a second-period goal last night, leading the Boston Bruins over the Montreal Canadiens, 2-0. The victory gave the Bruins a 3-1 advantage in the Adams Division final series. The Bruins, the losers of 18 consecutive playoff series to the Canadiens, can end the 45-year-old jinx when the best-of-seven series returns to Montreal for Game 5 tomorrow night. With 20 seconds left in the game, Boston's Gord Kluzak sealed the victory by scoring into an empty net from 70 feet, six seconds after the Canadiens pulled goalie Patrick Roy. Lemelin, in the nets for all three Boston victories in the series, stopped 22 shots in registering the second playoff shutout of his career.
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May 4, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
If the Detroit Red Wings complained about the officiating in Sunday night's 4-3 loss at San Jose, they likely did so through former referee Mick McGeough, the NHL's series manager. The NHL has a manager at every playoff game who reports to Terry Gregson, the league's senior vice president and director of officiating. The manager also communicates with on-ice officials and each team's general manager and coach. Red Wings players bit their tongues when talking to the media after Sunday's loss, and coach Mike Babcock said: "I know they're frustrated, but they've got to stay out of the box. " The Wings were penalized 10 times in the game, including three straight in the third period.
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May 30, 1997 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
They have spent an entire season under the microscope, being scrutinized and criticized by coaches, players, reporters, fans and their supervisors. Their numbers have been whittled down as the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs have progressed, to where they are only three. And beginning tomorrow night, Bill McCreary, Terry Gregson and Kerry Fraser will be in the ultimate spotlight as the referees named to officiate the best-of-seven finals between the Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings. While Bryan Lewis, the NHL's director of officiating, declined to comment on each individual referee, he said the seven striped shirts - three referees and four linesmen - who would see ice time had earned the assignments.
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April 4, 2001 | by Les Bowen Daily News Sports Writer
It might have been a first. Probably was a first. But an NHL spokesman said he wasn't sure, and Jay Sharrers, who might be in the best position to know, said he wasn't certain, either. Sharrers, a veteran linesman, worked his first game as an NHL referee when the Flyers faced the visiting Florida Panthers, accompanying Terry Gregson last night at the First Union Center. Sharrers, 33, born in Jamaica, raised in Vancouver, would seem to be the first black NHL referee.
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January 17, 1986 | From Inquirer Wire Services
Ray Bourque ended Boston's power-play drought with a goal early in the first period last night, triggering the Bruins to a 3-2 victory over the visiting Calgary Flames. The Bruins, who were 0 for 7 with a manpower advantage against Edmonton on Monday night, went ahead to stay when Bourque's long slapshot deflected off the Flames' Hakan Loob at 6 minutes, 49 seconds while Boston was pressing a man advantage. The Bruins slipped back into their power-play rut, failing on their next seven opportunities, but hung on to improve their home record to 15-3-4 behind the goaltending of Doug Keans.
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November 20, 1992 | by Les Bowen, Daily News Sports Writer
Kevin Dineen has taken some bad penalties this season en route to his team- high total of 62 minutes. But the five-minute major for high-sticking, along with a game misconduct, that Dineen took with 2:25 left in the second period last night wasn't like that. It came close to costing the Flyers a game they had dominated, but it wasn't really Dineen's fault. Dineen whiffed on a bouncing puck as he tried to clear it from the Flyers' zone. As he followed through, the Rangers' Phil Bourque leaned into Dineen from behind.
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May 5, 1987 | By Ray Parrillo, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Stanley Cup semifinal series between Montreal and the Flyers matches two teams that mirror each other's tight-checking, grind-it-out styles. The teams are so evenly matched, in fact, that you have to figure that the outcome will pivot on some strange happenings. But not even Vincent Price could imagine something as strange as what happened last night at the Spectrum, when the Flyers pulled out Game 1 of the best-of-seven series, 4-3, on an overtime goal by Ilkka Sinisalo.
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November 29, 2010 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
The referee made the correct call when he assessed an unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty on Chris Pronger and negated an overtime goal Friday that would have given the Flyers a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames, an NHL official said on Sunday. Referee Ghislain Hebert, who has a split NHL/AHL contract, ruled that Pronger waved his arm in front of Flames goalie Miikka Kiprusoff and gave the defenseman a penalty. The Flyers eventually lost in a shoot-out, 3-2. Replays showed Pronger with his arm raised and quickly brought down - and no penalty called until three seconds later, after Mike Richards' shot went past the goalie.
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May 29, 1992 | by Les Bowen, Daily News Sports Writer
You just know Mario Lemieux had to be so embarrassed, so contrite, he could hardly lift his stick off the ice to flick home the two goals that put the Pittsburgh Penguins solidly in charge of the Stanley Cup final series. Lemieux led the Pens to an airtight 3-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks and a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series last night, hours after Blackhawks coach Mike Keenan called the NHL's best player "an embarrassment to himself, the game, and the players he's playing with.
SPORTS
May 5, 1987 | By BILL FLEISCHMAN, Daily News Sports Writer
It was only the first game of the Stanley Cup semifinals, but the Montreal Canadiens were taking their overtime loss to the Flyers hard. Several minutes after reporters filed into the Montreal locker room, half- dressed Canadiens were still sitting with their shoulders drooped. The players stared at the floor and muttered a few quiet expletives. In Montreal, winning in hockey is not just expected - it is mandated. After losing in the playoffs, especially in overtime, it is time for serious soul- searching.
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November 29, 2010 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
The referee made the correct call when he assessed an unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty on Chris Pronger and negated an overtime goal Friday that would have given the Flyers a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames, an NHL official said on Sunday. Referee Ghislain Hebert, who has a split NHL/AHL contract, ruled that Pronger waved his arm in front of Flames goalie Miikka Kiprusoff and gave the defenseman a penalty. The Flyers eventually lost in a shoot-out, 3-2. Replays showed Pronger with his arm raised and quickly brought down - and no penalty called until three seconds later, after Mike Richards' shot went past the goalie.
SPORTS
May 4, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
If the Detroit Red Wings complained about the officiating in Sunday night's 4-3 loss at San Jose, they likely did so through former referee Mick McGeough, the NHL's series manager. The NHL has a manager at every playoff game who reports to Terry Gregson, the league's senior vice president and director of officiating. The manager also communicates with on-ice officials and each team's general manager and coach. Red Wings players bit their tongues when talking to the media after Sunday's loss, and coach Mike Babcock said: "I know they're frustrated, but they've got to stay out of the box. " The Wings were penalized 10 times in the game, including three straight in the third period.
SPORTS
April 4, 2001 | by Les Bowen Daily News Sports Writer
It might have been a first. Probably was a first. But an NHL spokesman said he wasn't sure, and Jay Sharrers, who might be in the best position to know, said he wasn't certain, either. Sharrers, a veteran linesman, worked his first game as an NHL referee when the Flyers faced the visiting Florida Panthers, accompanying Terry Gregson last night at the First Union Center. Sharrers, 33, born in Jamaica, raised in Vancouver, would seem to be the first black NHL referee.
SPORTS
May 30, 1997 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
They have spent an entire season under the microscope, being scrutinized and criticized by coaches, players, reporters, fans and their supervisors. Their numbers have been whittled down as the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs have progressed, to where they are only three. And beginning tomorrow night, Bill McCreary, Terry Gregson and Kerry Fraser will be in the ultimate spotlight as the referees named to officiate the best-of-seven finals between the Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings. While Bryan Lewis, the NHL's director of officiating, declined to comment on each individual referee, he said the seven striped shirts - three referees and four linesmen - who would see ice time had earned the assignments.
SPORTS
November 20, 1992 | by Les Bowen, Daily News Sports Writer
Kevin Dineen has taken some bad penalties this season en route to his team- high total of 62 minutes. But the five-minute major for high-sticking, along with a game misconduct, that Dineen took with 2:25 left in the second period last night wasn't like that. It came close to costing the Flyers a game they had dominated, but it wasn't really Dineen's fault. Dineen whiffed on a bouncing puck as he tried to clear it from the Flyers' zone. As he followed through, the Rangers' Phil Bourque leaned into Dineen from behind.
SPORTS
May 29, 1992 | by Les Bowen, Daily News Sports Writer
You just know Mario Lemieux had to be so embarrassed, so contrite, he could hardly lift his stick off the ice to flick home the two goals that put the Pittsburgh Penguins solidly in charge of the Stanley Cup final series. Lemieux led the Pens to an airtight 3-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks and a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series last night, hours after Blackhawks coach Mike Keenan called the NHL's best player "an embarrassment to himself, the game, and the players he's playing with.
SPORTS
April 25, 1988 | From Inquirer Wire Services
Goaltender Rejean Lemelin posted a shutout and Rick Middleton broke a scoreless tie with a second-period goal last night, leading the Boston Bruins over the Montreal Canadiens, 2-0. The victory gave the Bruins a 3-1 advantage in the Adams Division final series. The Bruins, the losers of 18 consecutive playoff series to the Canadiens, can end the 45-year-old jinx when the best-of-seven series returns to Montreal for Game 5 tomorrow night. With 20 seconds left in the game, Boston's Gord Kluzak sealed the victory by scoring into an empty net from 70 feet, six seconds after the Canadiens pulled goalie Patrick Roy. Lemelin, in the nets for all three Boston victories in the series, stopped 22 shots in registering the second playoff shutout of his career.
SPORTS
May 5, 1987 | By BILL FLEISCHMAN, Daily News Sports Writer
It was only the first game of the Stanley Cup semifinals, but the Montreal Canadiens were taking their overtime loss to the Flyers hard. Several minutes after reporters filed into the Montreal locker room, half- dressed Canadiens were still sitting with their shoulders drooped. The players stared at the floor and muttered a few quiet expletives. In Montreal, winning in hockey is not just expected - it is mandated. After losing in the playoffs, especially in overtime, it is time for serious soul- searching.
SPORTS
May 5, 1987 | By Ray Parrillo, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Stanley Cup semifinal series between Montreal and the Flyers matches two teams that mirror each other's tight-checking, grind-it-out styles. The teams are so evenly matched, in fact, that you have to figure that the outcome will pivot on some strange happenings. But not even Vincent Price could imagine something as strange as what happened last night at the Spectrum, when the Flyers pulled out Game 1 of the best-of-seven series, 4-3, on an overtime goal by Ilkka Sinisalo.
SPORTS
January 17, 1986 | From Inquirer Wire Services
Ray Bourque ended Boston's power-play drought with a goal early in the first period last night, triggering the Bruins to a 3-2 victory over the visiting Calgary Flames. The Bruins, who were 0 for 7 with a manpower advantage against Edmonton on Monday night, went ahead to stay when Bourque's long slapshot deflected off the Flames' Hakan Loob at 6 minutes, 49 seconds while Boston was pressing a man advantage. The Bruins slipped back into their power-play rut, failing on their next seven opportunities, but hung on to improve their home record to 15-3-4 behind the goaltending of Doug Keans.
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