St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Articles from March 23, 1994

$1.25-a-Pack Tax Hike on Tobacco Wins Round
A House subcommittee approved a $1.25-a-pack increase in the cigarette tax Tuesday to help finance a health-care overhaul, including subsidies to help small businesses insure their employees.The increase would bring the tax on cigarettes to $1.49 a pack.But...
1989: Syracuse Ended Mu's Bizarre Year
What arguably was the most successful season in University of Missouri basketball history unquestionably was the strangest.The 1988-89 Tigers won more games (29) and scored more points (3,256) than any other MU team before or since, plucked the Big Eight...
6-8 1/2 Junior College Center Could Fill the Bill for Slu
St. Louis University's basketball team has found its "big Billiken" of the immediate future. And Charlie Spoonhour says he will be around to coach the new recruit.Spoonhour and assistant Randy Stange returned Tuesday from Texas, where they got an oral...
Americans Find Ru-486 More Difficult Than Expected
Aimee was propped up in her hospital bed wearing an oversize T-shirt that made her look younger than her 17 years. She grimaced.She had never known pain this bad, she said. Her hair was moist with perspiration, and her face looked pale and tired. Taking...
A New South Africa Struggles to Emerge from the Old
There has never been anything exactly like it: an advanced industrial country transforming itself, in deliberate steps, from rule by an elite racial minority to a mass democracy.That is the extraordinary process now taking place in South Africa, pointing...
Around the Nhl
Flimsy Helmet Costs Goulet CENTRAL DIVISION</P><P>Blackhawks winger Michel Goulet was nearly disabled because of his silly, cardboard-thin headgear. In Montreal, he slipped, crashed against the boards and was knocked senseless. He might...
As Pagnozzi's Caddie, Pappas Is an Old Hand
It isn't as if Erik Pappas hasn't been in this situation before; he was recalled last year to replace injured Tom Pagnozzi on the Cardinals' roster.Then, however, he wasn't given the No. 1 catching job. For a while, he shared it with the rotund but...
At T-Minus 100 (Days), Liftoff for Festival Looks Promising
The U.S. Olympic Festival bandwagon is rolling past several milestones.At noon today, the Festival Committee begins its 100-day countdown at St. Louis Centre downtown. Registration will begin for the Torch Run for the 1994 Festival, when 3,000 American...
A Zip Code Tour from Mayberry to Angel Falls
IN CASE you haven't noticed - and anyone with a life surely hasn't taken time to - in recent years the people who name TV shows have hit the road.The road, the street, the place, the heights - all manner of geographical (topographical?) monikers.Earlier...
Battling Balls, Battling Racism
JOSH GIBSON swatted baseballs so far that they seemed to disappear.Leroy "Satchel" Paige threw his "bee balls" so hard that batters swore they could only hear them buzzing across the plate.James "Cool Papa" Bell was so fast on his feet, according to...
Blues Mood: It Should Perk Up after Janney Deal
The Blues and their archrival, the hated Blackhawks, won big during the frantic player swap that concluded Monday afternoon.After losing Craig Janney in the Petr Nedved fiasco, the Blues desperately needed a playmaking center. Their power play was in...
Bond Issue Sought for 5 Projects Voters Asked to Approve $6 Million April 5 to Fund Major Building Campaign
The most aggressive building campaign in the history of the Fort Zumwalt School District will start this summer if voters approve a $6 million bond issue on the ballot April 5.The bonds would not require a tax increase.The bonds would finance as many...
Bosley Takes Fight for Police, Gun Control to Capital
St. Louis Mayor Freeman Bosley Jr. spent Tuesday lobbying for more power - power to run the St. Louis Police Department and power to tighten local gun laws.At a Senate committee hearing and at a rally in the governor's office, the mayor said local control...
Bottom Line to Blues' Boss: Entertain Fans
When Mike Shanahan took over the leadership of the Blues before the 1986-87 season, the scaled-down franchise had averaged 12,230 fans per game the previous winter. Fans probably could have been arrested for talking about hockey in public.The Arena was...
Briefcase
ST. LOUIS ACQUISITIONS MFS Completes Fiber Optic Purchase</P><P>MFS Communications Co. has completed its buyout of MWR FiberCom Inc., Midwest Capital Group's 20-mile fiber optic network in St. Louis.</P><P>Omaha-based MFS...
Briefs
ALTON Black Police Goal Met After 21 Years</P><P>It took 21 years, but Alton finally may be about to comply with a federal court consent decree in which it promised to bring the Police Department makeup to 18 percent black, to match...
Briefs
UKRAINE Perry Peers Into Missile Abyss</P><P>Defense Secretary William Perry stared over the brink of a Ukrainian missile silo Tuesday, witnessing the dismantling of a site that could have inflicted heavy damage on the United States.</P><P>The...
Broken Foot Delays Kasatonov's Debut
Although general manager Ron Caron said Monday that new defenseman Alexei Kasatonov had been "declared fit and ready to go," the Blues will have to wait a few days for his debut.Kasatonov, 34, still is recovering from a broken right foot suffered Feb....
Canning Films Pacific Bell to Test Movie Delivery to Theaters over Telephone Lines
Movie theaters soon may leave the reel world behind.Pacific Bell announced Monday at the National Association of Broadcasters Show that it will begin to test the transmission of movies to theaters on fiber optic telephone networks, eliminating the costly...
City (Is) Slicker Emerging Young Stars Fuel Urban Renewal
Fueled by extraordinary talent, basketball made a comeback in the city this season. Fans flocked to watch such standouts as Cardinal Ritter's Jahidi White and Chris Carrawell, Vashon's Antonio Bobo and Markese Watkins.The energy of a White dunk or a...
Clinton Inquiry Growing House Will Arrange Whitewater Hearings
Both the House of Representatives and the Whitewater special prosecutor moved Tuesday toward further investigations of the Whitewater affair.In Washington, the House voted 408-15 to approve a Senate-passed resolution calling on Democratic and Republican...
Come April 5, Petitioners Will Pack Polls
ONE PETITION calls for campaign contribution limits ranging from $250 to $1,000, depending on the political office sought. Donations from political action committees would be banned.Another petition sets $100-$300 limits, but allows PAC money. A third...
Court Gives Latitude on `Reasonable Doubt'
For two centuries, legions of American jurors have puzzled over what the judge meant by saying they could convict an individual of a crime only if they were convinced of guilt "beyond a reasonable doubt." Tuesday, the nine Supreme Court justices could...
Cracked Rib Fails to Hinder Canadian Skater in Pairs
Despite the pain of a cracked rib, skater Isabelle Brasseur threw herself into the air, twisted twice and landed in the hands of partner Lloyd Eisler.After 2 1/2 minutes of jumps, spins, spirals and lifts Tuesday night, the Canadian duo stood second...
Crime Fighting and Infighting
St. Louis is struggling with a range of crime issues to which the Police Board and Chief Clarence Harmon should be able to devote their full attention. Unfortunately, purely law-enforcement responsibilities are being overshadowed by yet another squabble...
Crime Statistics Don't Add Up
You know it by now. It's been in all the papers and was, implicitly, at least, in the president's State of the Union speech. It has shown up in virtually all the arguments for the proposed three-strikes-you're-out legislation.Six percent of America's...
Death Toll in Blaze Rises to 4
Two more children died early Tuesday of injuries suffered in an apartment fire that killed, all told, four unattended youngsters.Simeron Fowler, 16 months, and Brian Gather, 6, died within seven minutes of each other shortly after 12:20 a.m. Tuesday...
Diagnosis Is Important for `Open-Angle' Glaucoma
Dear Dr. Donohue: My doctor gets out charts and pictures to explain my problem - "open-angle glaucoma." I am as confused as ever. So I am writing to you, because you do explain things pretty much to my satisfaction.Glaucoma, any glaucoma, is a buildup...
Fed Will Boost Interest Rates
The Federal Reserve announced Tuesday that it is boosting interest rates for the second time this year, a move certain to drive a variety of business and consumer rates higher.After a 5-hour meeting of Fed policymakers, the central bank issued a brief...
Few Contests, but Ballot Will Pose Gambling Issue
Voters in Portage des Sioux's 1st Ward will choose between incumbent Robert Burns and Jerry Daugherty, a declared write-in candidate, in the city's only contest on the ballot April 5.But the city's 272 voters will share one big decision April 5 - whether...
Finner Listed as `Probable' for Tigers' Next NCAA Outing
Reserve forward Marlo Finner, who was instrumental in each of Missouri's NCAA Tournament victories last week, is expected to play in Thursday's West Regional game in Los Angeles.Finner, a juniorpTa, suffered an ankle injury in the first half Saturday...
Firms Seeking Work to Get Trade Council Question
The Fort Zumwalt School Board says it will ask construction companies bidding on the district's work whether they have or are willing to have collective-bargaining agreements with the St. Louis Building and Construction Trade Council.Officials say the...
Flyers Keep Blues Grounded Brind'amour Gets Two Goals in 6-3 Victory
The Blues are almost guaranteed a playoff spot. The Philadelphia Flyers are not.Guess which team caught fire Tuesday night at The Arena?With Rod Brind'Amour scoring two goals and assisting on another, the Flyers won 6-3, leaving the Blues with a March...
Fund's Head Settles Suit by Quitting
Urban C. Bergbauer Jr. has agreed to step down as trustee of the $25 million Whitaker Charitable Foundation.The move settles a suit by Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon and will head off federal tax penalties that could have crippled the foundation....
Gop Group Takes Aim at Crime Legislators Sponsor 15 Bills Targeting Gangs, Juvenile Offenders
A group of Republican lawmakers, led by state Rep. Ron Stephens of Troy, has introduced a series of bills aimed at cutting gang and juvenile crime.Stephens and four legislators from the suburbs of Chicago met Tuesday to focus attention on 15 bills they...
Health Care for Congress Is Attracting Closer Look
As Congress debates health-care reform, the generous medical benefits that lawmakers enjoy are receiving closer scrutiny."I think everybody should have health care that is as good as members of Congress have," said James Firman, president of the United...
`His' Jews Recall Liar - Rescuer
HEAVY DRINKER, adulterer, liar, smuggler - all of these terms may fit the man who has been made larger than life in Steven Spielberg's award-winning movie, "Schindler's List."But whatever else he may have been, he was also the only thing standing between...
Housley Has `No Problem' in Return
Phil Housley was hoping for a more auspicious return.After missing 58 games with a disk injury - including 53 in a row after back surgery - Housley came back one day after the National Hockey League's trade deadline. He tried to step right into the spot...
Illinois Investigating Contract Given to Moseley-Braun's Friend
State transportation officials are investigating a $29,728 contract awarded to a friend of U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley-Braun while she was an Illinois legislator, a department spokesman said Tuesday.A review of the 1988 contract suggests that the terms of...
Indians' Reliever Has Thyroid Cancer Surgery
Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Jerry DiPoto had his cancerous thyroid gland removed Tuesday."They think they got it in time to minimize the chance that it could have spread," DiPoto said from his hospital bed in Lakeland, Fla. "They said cancer of...
In General, the White Sox Liked Mike
The Chicago White Sox came to town Tuesday without their point guard. A sellout crowd of 6,638 showed up at Al Lang Stadium, many of whom, no doubt, purchased tickets in advance, thinking he would be around.But the apprentice major-leaguer is gone....
Inheritance Rules Putting Millions at Stake
More than $1 billion is at stake for taxpayers of Missouri, Illinois and other states in an obscure but increasingly heated congressional debate over proposed banking legislation.The subject is known in legal parlance as "escheatment" - the taking by...
Integrated School Called Success, but May Close
THE St. LOUIS public schools have spent 11 years and $1 billion in state money trying to desegregate.So what happens when there's a naturally integrated school?With a dynamic principal?Teachers who spend their own time and money on their classes.Kids...
In the Stupid Genre, This Scores a Hit
"NAKED GUN 33 1/3: THE FINAL INSULT" Rating: PG-13. Running time: 1:20.</P><P>THIS is a stupid movie. I mean that as a label, not an insult. In the early 1970s, movies such as "Groove Tube" and the "Kentucky Fried Movie" spawned the...
Justice Costs Money
The best legal system in the world means little to someone who can't afford a lawyer. In Missouri, two ways that poor people receive help - the public defender system for criminal trials and Legal Services of Missouri for civil cases - are badly underfunded....
Kilgus Not Ready to Shoulder Bullpen Duty
Cardinals reliever Paul Kilgus soon may join catcher Tom Pagnozzi on the injured list.Pagnozzi is scheduled to have knee surgery Thursday.Kilgus, a lefthander who has been sidelined much of spring training because of a shoulder problem, made his spring...
Knicks Slip by Bulls, Extend Streak to 10
Hubert Davis scored 24 points, including a 3-pointer with 1 minute 51 seconds left that capped a decisive 7-0 run, and the New York Knicks defeated the Chicago Bulls 87-78 on Tuesday night.It was the 10th successive National Basketball Association win...
Koncak's `D' Helps Hawks Defeat Jazz
Scoring and rebounding aren't the only areas in which a player can have an impact on the game.Jon Koncak made that point Monday night.Atlanta's 7-foot center had only four points and five rebounds, but still was a major factor in the Hawks' 100-96 overtime...
K-State Edges Gonzaga, Gains Quarterfinals
Askia Jones scored a game-high 22 points, including two free throws with 4.9 seconds left, to preserve Kansas State's 66-64 victory over Gonzaga Tuesday night in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament.The Wildcats (19-12) move into the...
Magic's Back: Johnson Is Hired to Coach Lakers
Retired basketball star Magic Johnson is returning to the NBA to coach the Los Angeles Lakers, the club said Tuesday night.Johnson replaces Randy Pfund and will be reunited with his former team at a news conference at the Forum this morning."I will confirm...
Man Wants to Wear Clothes Meant for Women
Dear Ann Landers: I am a 30-something male with a problem I'm too ashamed to discuss with anyone.I seem to be developing an overwhelming compulsion to wear women's clothes. It is a feeling I've had on and off throughout my life, but I've always managed...
Micromanaging the Mideast
The task of passing a U.N. Security Council resolution regarding Israel and the territories it captured in the Six-Day War almost 27 years ago has become more complicated. The Security Council has begun approving or condemning issues that should be left...
Missouri, Illinois Guard Units May Be in Line for Korea Duty
Any flare-up in Korea could draw in up to 300 members of the Missouri National Guard, plus a few more from the Illinois National Guard.Nobody has any plans now to call up any National Guard or Reserve soldiers. That would almost certainly wait until...
More New Books on the Subject
LIKE an umpire brushing away dust from home plate, authors are providing fresh looks at the Negro leagues."The Biographical Encyclopedia of the Negro Baseball Leagues" is James Riley's attempt to compile a comprehensive statistical record in a single...
Morning Briefing Eye Openers
On The Bright Side: Cardinals catcher TOM PAGNOZZI tears cartilage in his left knee while lunging for a curveball. Milwaukee Brewers righthander STEVE PARKS dislocates his left shoulder in an attempt to rip a telephone book in half. The injury list goes...
Mortgage Firm Was Big Spender Agent Cites Party's `Cash Machine'
Lenders Mortgage Services Inc. spent millions on advertising, entertainment and travel while running an outdated accounting system, according to a mortgage broker with close ties to the company.The company's Super Bowl party in January featured "The...
Musketeers X-Out Northwestern in Ot
While Northwestern's second-ever appearance in the postseason is over, Xavier's run through the second season may be just beginning.Jeff Massey put the Musketeers ahead to stay with a jumper in overtime and Brian Grant hit two free throws with four seconds...
NFL Takes Offensive, Adds Two-Point Conversion Option
The extra point just got twice as nice. Looking for ways to emphasize offense and de-emphasize the field goal, the National Football League approved the two-point conversion Tuesday by a 23-4 margin.Buffalo, Detroit, Phoenix and Washington voted no."I...
No More Carrots for North Korea
The Clinton administration's patience with North Korea, which some people think has been scandalously excessive, has just about run out. After months of going back and forth with the United States on its nuclear weapons program, the Pyongyang government...
Officials Planning to Use Consultant on Parks Program
O'Fallon officials are seeking a consultant's advice on ways to improve the parks and recreation program.Residents have commented recently on the need for additional parks in the city."I'd like to encourage you to make this one of your priorities - to...
Off, Running: Assistant Becomes Head Coach
The girls track and field program at Duchesne has a new leader, but there is still a familiar face.Renee Reimer has taken over the head coaching reins for the Pioneers for the first time. Reimer knows the athletes well, having been Duchesne's assistant...
Offseason Conditioning Provides Jump on Competition
Duchesne High girls soccer coach Joe Toigo issued his players a challenge last fall."We wanted the players to put in some offseason conditioning work so that we could get right into our training for the season," Toigo said. "For the most part, the girls...
Panthers Show Pluck in Getting Record
It is a collection of guys considered third- and fourth-liners, this greatest expansion team in National Hockey League history. So when it came time to set a standard for expansion teams, it was the Panthers' fourth line that sparked them to one of...
Pappas in Familiar Role for Cards
It isn't as if Erik Pappas hasn't been in this situation before; he was recalled last year to replace injured Tom Pagnozzi on the Cardinals' roster.Then, however, he wasn't given the No. 1 catching job. For a while, he shared it with the rotund but...
People
Are men cheaper by the dozen? New York magazine says MADONNA wants to buy an entire 12-man pro basketball team.She's most interested in the champion Chicago Bulls, which aren't for sale. Also on her list: the Detroit Pistons, the Miami Heat and the Orlando...
Pioneers' Hopes for Season Will Depend on Pitching
Duchesne High baseball coach Ted Yeater has a pretty good idea about what it'll take to have a successful season."Like most teams, it comes down to pitching," said Yeater, whose team finished 9-9 a year ago. "We have some returning seniors who can hit...
Plo, Israel Reach Accord on U.N. Troops, Sources Say
PLO and Israeli negotiators have hammered out a draft accord for an armed presence to protect Palestinians in the occupied lands, PLO and diplomatic sources said Tuesday. The move could reopen stalled peace talks.European diplomats said the accord calls...
Police/courts
The following incidents were among those reported to police in the St. Louis area or that involved action in one of the area's courts: ***** VIOLENT DEATHSSt. Louis: A man whose body was found bound and gagged in his apartment...
Prenuptial Prevention May Avoid Future Cure
Dear Abby: After reading about the woman who was upset because her fiance wanted a prenuptial agreement, I had to write.She should be happy about it - unless she plans to "take him to the cleaners" someday.How I wish I had had a prenuptial agreement!...
Rams Say Unsettled Lease Would Cost St. Louis
Will St. Louis' unsettled lease situation cost it another chance at a National Football League team?Right now, it looks that way.Ending a lengthy silence on the potential move of the Los Angeles Rams, team Vice President John Shaw said St. Louis should...
Rangers Give Up Some Flash in Exchange for Some Bash
He is the coach, and Mike Keenan hasn't lost a single Stanley Cup yet with the New York Rangers.He has turned around a swooning team with his scowl and his system. So you cut him some slack. Keenan still gets to dictate the deals that make him comfortable,...
Red Wings Beat 'Hawks, Tie for First
Nicklas Lidstrom and Vyacheslav Kozlov scored first-period goals to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 3-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night.The win moved Detroit back into a first-place tie in the National Hockey League's Central Division...
Rule Change Brings Tough Choices: Who Plays Varsity?
A Gateway Athletic Conference rule change is forcing Duchesne High golf coach Ron Kjar to make some tough choices.This season, each team will get four scores from five varsity players. In the past, GAC squads used eight golfers and the top six scores."We...
`Schindler's List' Is Big Hit with Students
BAGATELLE: Even before the Academy Awards were handed out, "Schindler's List" was recommended viewing for eighth-grade students at Our Lady of Lourdes School. Students wrote a paper on the Holocaust and read "The Diary of Anne Frank" before seeing "Schindler's...
South Provoking War, North Korea Charges U.S. Warns of Sanctions over Nuclear Impasse
Tension on the world's most heavily armed border escalated Tuesday with North Korea accusing South Korea of provoking war and South Korea saying it needs better security to ensure peace.Meanwhile, in Washington, Secretary of State Warren M. Christopher...
Southwest Adds 7 Flights Here
Southwest Airlines Co. said Tuesday that it would expand service at Lambert Field by nearly 10 percent, including three daily non-stop flights between St. Louis and Baltimore.Southwest, the No. 2 carrier at Lambert, said its buildup of seven flights...
Special District's Future Is Key Issue in 2 Races
THE FUTURE of the Special School District of St. Louis County is the overriding theme in contests for two seats on the seven-member Board of Education.Julie Walker is challenging board President Henry E. Anderson. Mary Burst is opposing Keith O. Wilson,...
Sports Shorts
Cox May Sue The NFL For Racial Discrimination</P><P>Miami Dolphins linebacker Bryan Cox is planning to take the first step in filing a racial discrimination suit against the National Football League, his agent said.</P><P>Cox's...
Stocks Mixed, Bonds Rally after Rate Hike
Stocks closed little changed Tuesday as initial optimism over the Federal Reserve's decision to fight inflation with another boost in interest rates gave way to concern that higher rates may harm the economy.A plunge in Novell Inc. shares led the NASDAQ...
Survey Shows 120 Students Flooded out to Move Back
A survey showing that at least 120 Orchard Farm School District students living outside of the district will again be attending classes there next school year has Superintendent Gary VanMeter optimistic about the system's future."That's real encouraging,"...
Tax Hike Requested to Finance Pension
The O'Fallon Fire Protection District is asking voters in the election April 5 to approve a 5-cent increase in the district's tax rate to finance the pension fund that voters approved two years ago.Chief David House said that in April 1992 the district...
Tax Software Easy - If Your Return Isn't Complex
I'd love to tell you your computer can take the pain out of filing your tax return. It won't.But tax preparation software can make the job much easier - and it's so sophisticated you won't even have to look at a tax form until yours comes out of your...
Team Tennis, Born in '74, Still King's Baby
You may know her as a trailblazer for women's sports, or for her record 20 Wimbledon titles, or for her historic 1973 match against Bobby Riggs, but Billie Jean King would just as soon you remember her for her pride and joy, World TeamTennis."This is...
The Government's Job Is Creating Jobs Plenty of Work Is Waiting to Be Done
President Bill Clinton's Group of Seven job conference looked unemployment in the face last week and turned tail. Japan is reluctant to increase its domestic demand and thus reduce its trade balance. Germany won't reduce taxes or the interest rate because...
The Season of Aches and Pains
News item: Baltimore Orioles pitcher Sid Fernandez, who had signed a three-year, $9 million contract with the team, walked off the mound because of shoulder problems after throwing only 15 pitches during a spring training game in Florida.News item: President...
Tyler, Skyler, Taylor, Payton Boys? Girls? Who Cares: It's the Image That Counts
IT IS 1:17 a.m., and I am contemplating two newly arrived life forms: large-headed, seemingly amphibian creatures capable only of grunting, thrashing, sucking and excreting. Twin humans: brother and sister. Labeled by the hospital as "A" and "B," but...
Ue Denial Shocks Customers Power Surge Destroys Appliances; Company Accepts No Fault
Some customers of Union Electric Co. near Gerald say a power surge last month burned up their appliances. Now they are burned up because the company won't pay for the damages.The surge occurred on Feb. 4 and affected more than 50 customers in an area...
U.N. Flight to Tuzla Brings Seeds of Hope Airport Reopens after Months Being Closed
Crowds waved and children carrying yellow flowers sang Bosnian folk songs Tuesday as a U.N. plane flew 22 tons of food and medicine into Tuzla, the first relief flight to the city in almost two years of war."It's a great day for the people of Tuzla,"...
U.S. Trade Gap Grows Sharply Counting Services Doesn't Help Much
America's trade deficit deteriorated sharply in January, as a weak world economy cut into sales of airplanes, telecommunications equipment and other big-ticket exports.The Commerce Department, releasing for the first time a new monthly report covering...
Viewers Watch Weight Watcher Kathleen Sullivan Gets Attention in New Role
KATHLEEN SULLIVAN has a lot on her plate these days.There are all those lean turkey breasts and lightly dressed salads, and then there's that big fat deal with Weight Watchers that has her on the most public diet in the history of the world.And if that...
Walking Away from Stark Consequences
IN A COURTROOM where bad marriages go to die, Juan Arch pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Monday morning.He admitted firing the random shot that struck Linda Matlock in the head while she sat at her kitchen table, helping two of her kids with their...
Weekend Trend: Ultimate Cocooning
ONCE AGAIN, I seem to be missing out on a hot new trend. As a rule I try to take these little disappointments in stride; to be honest, how many suburban moms are on the first-to-know list for anything, except what contagious diseases are making the rounds?But...
Wings Beat `Hawks, Tie for First
Nicklas Lidstrom and Vyacheslav Kozlov scored first-period goals to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 3-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night.The win moved Detroit back into a first-place tie in the National Hockey League's Central Division...
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