Extractions: Thrashers Timeline June 25, 1997: The NHL awards the city of Atlanta an expansion franchise to begin play in the 1999-2000 NHL regular season. April 23, 1998: The Atlanta Thrashers unveil their official team logo in an NHL-first live Internet launch and simultaneously at the CNN Center in Atlanta. May, 8, 1998: The Thrashers began converting deposits to season tickets. June 23, 1998: Don Waddell named as the club's general manager. Waddell, the second youngest GM in the NHL at 39, comes to the club from the two-time defending Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings, where he served as assistant general manager for the 1997-98 season. August 10, 1998: Waddell names Bob Owen Director of Player Evaluation and Development. Owen, 48, joins the Thrashers after establishing RHO Hockey, North America's first independent professional scouting service, in 1995. Prior to that, he worked for the L.A. Kings from 1984-1994. August 25, 1998: Waddell announces John Gill as Western Scout, the first of six full-time scouts who will report directly to Owen. Gill, 45, established his amateur scouting background with the Pittsburgh Penguins from 1984-95, then worked with the NHL's Colorado Avalanche from 1995-97.
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Official Site Of The AHL Powered By SLAM! Sports 2, Philadelphia, John Slaney 2 (Guillaume Lefebvre, Ian Macneil), 839. 3, Philadelphia,Mark Greig 5 (power play) (david harlock, John Slaney), 1006. http://www.theahl.com/Scoreboard/Hockey/AHL/ahl_custom_boxscores/AHL-PHILADELPH-
Extractions: NHL.com Cup Crazy Stats Schedules BroadbandTV Coolest Kids Official Shop Jobs Trivia Team Sites Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal Nashville New Jersey NY Islanders NY Rangers Ottawa Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh San Jose St. Louis Tampa Bay Toronto Vancouver Washington Affiliate Sites Welcome to the NHL.com Network Inside CANOE.CA SLAM! Sports Jam! Showbiz CANOE Travel CNEWS CANOE Money C-Health LIFEWISE AUTONET flirt.canoe.ca Newsstand WHAM! gaming AllPop Search eBay.ca Find Old Friends Free E-Mail shop.canoe.ca CareerConnection Classified Extra Obituaries Today Restaurants Hotels Weather Horoscopes Lotteries Crossword Scoreboard News Ticker Sports Ticker TV Listings Movie Listings CLIVE Concerts Mutual Funds Stocks Feedback Index SYRACUSE, New York (Ticker) John Slaney had a goal and an assist and Ben Stafford scored the deciding marker for the Philadelphia Phantoms, who defeated the Syracuse Crunch, 3-2. Slaney scored his second of the season 8:39 into the first period and assisted Mark Greig on his team-leading fifth tally during a power play just over a minute later. Stafford broke a 2-2 tie with his first goal in nine games with Philadelphia on a power play at 12:46 of the second. Neil Little stopped 18 shots in the win for the Phantoms, who snapped a four-game winless streak (0-3-1). David Ling tallied his first of the year 4:06 into the first frame and assisted Brad Moran, who tied the score at 2-2 for Syracuse, which fell to 1-4-0. Pascal Leclaire allowed three goals on 26 shots for his fourth loss in five starts, before being pulled after 40 minutes.
RDS - Championnat Mondial De Hockey Junior Translate this page John Slaney. 7. 1. 2. 3. Martin Lapointe. 7. 0. 3. 3. Karl Dykhuis. 7. 0. 3. 3.david harlock. 7. 0. 2. 2. Brad May. 7. 1. 0. 1. Scott Niedermayer. 7. 0. 0. 0.STATSTIQUES DÉFENSIVES. http://www.rds.ca/hockey/junior2004/historique_1991.html
Extractions: CLASSEMENT Pays PJ V D N BP BC PTS Canada Union soviétique Tchécoslovaquie États-Unis Finlande Suède Suisse Norvège MEILLEURS POINTEURS Joueur B P PTS Weight, Doug (USA) Lindros, Eric (Canada) Bure, Pavel (URSS) Rucinsky, Martin (Tchécoslovaquie) Palffy, Zigmund (Tchécoslovaquie) ÉQUIPE D'ÉTOILES DU CHAMPIONNAT Martin Rucinsky (Cze) Mike Craig (Tor) Pauli Jacks (Swi) Eric Lindros (Can) Scott Lachance (USA) Dmitri Yushkevich (URSS) STATISTIQUES OFFENSIVES Joueur PJ B P PTS Eric Lindros Mike Craig Patrice Brisebois Kent Manderville Greg Johnson Mike Sillinger Pierre Sevigny Pat Falloon Steven Rice Scott Thornton Kris Draper Jason Marshall Chris Snell Dale Craigwell John Slaney Martin Lapointe Karl Dykhuis David Harlock Brad May Scott Niedermayer STATSTIQUES DÉFENSIVES Joueur V-D-N MOY BL Trevor Kidd Felix Potvin
RDS - Joueurs Autonomes LNH 2003 Translate this page Joueurs autonomes sans compensation Ian Forbes, Mark Greig, david harlock,Mike Lephart, Peter Vandermeer, Peter White, Jamie Wright, Matt Zultek. http://www.rds.ca/hockey/ete2003/equipes.html
Extractions: Joueurs du Groupe II : Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Niclas Havelid, Jonathan Hedstrom, Mike Leclerc, Samuel Pahlsson, Cam Severson, Petr Sykora, Vitaly Vishnevski, Lance Ward. Joueurs du Groupe III : Patric Kjellberg, Adam Oates, Fredrik Olausson, Steve Thomas, German Titov. Joueurs du Groupe VI : Francis Belanger, Josh Dewolf, Chris O'Sullivan. Joueurs autonomes sans compensation : Mike Brown, Marc Chouinard, Ben Guite, Paul Kariya, Peter Podhradsky, Kevin Sawyer, Jarrett Smith, Nick Smith, Rob Valicevic, Brendan Yarema. Joueurs du Groupe II : Yuri Butsayev, Joe Dipenta, Ivan Majesky, Pasi Nurminen, Kamil Piros, Marc Savard, Andy Sutton. Joueurs du Groupe III : Tony Hrkac, Vyacheslav Kozlov, Uwe Krupp, Jeff Odgers, Damian Rhodes. Joueurs du Groupe VI : Jeff Farkas, Ben Simon. Joueurs autonomes sans compensation : Lubos Bartecko, Dallas Eakins, Andreas Karlsson, Norm Maracle, Per Svartvadet.
Ice Hockey Olympic Games Olímpicos de Invierno sólo se celebran desde 1924, el hockey sobre hielo AdrianAucoin, david harlock, Corey Hirsch, Todd Hlushko, Greg Johnson, Fabian Joseph http://www.terra.es/personal/jlpenag/hcki_og1.htm
Extractions: MEN / HOMBRES Although Winter Olympics are celebrated only since 1924, Ice Hockey was added to the Olympic Games in Antwerp in 1920 as part of the VII Summer Olympic Games. It has always been one of the most popular events (and the only team sport) at the Winter Olympics. Aunque los Juegos Olímpicos de Invierno sólo se celebran desde 1924, el hockey sobre hielo está incluído en el programa olímpico desde 1920, ya que formó parte de los Juegos de Verano de Amberes. Es el único deporte de equipo de los Juegos de Invierno y siempre ha sido uno de los deportes más populares. Year Gold / Oro Silver / Plata Bronze / Bronce Canada United States Czechoslovakia Canada United States Great Britain Canada Sweden Switzerland Canada United States Germany Great Britain Canada United States Canada Czechoslovakia Switzerland Canada United States Sweden Soviet Union (USSR) United States Canada United States Canada Soviet Union (USSR) Soviet Union (USSR) Sweden Czechoslovakia Soviet Union (USSR) Czechoslovakia Canada Soviet Union (USSR) United States Czechoslovakia Soviet Union (USSR) Czechoslovakia West Germany (FRG) United States Soviet Union (USSR) Sweden Soviet Union (USSR) Czechoslovakia Sweden Soviet Union (USSR) Finland Sweden Unified Team (USSR) Canada Czechoslovakia Sweden Canada Finland Czech Republic Russia Finland Canada United States Russia Rosters / Plantillas
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Greater Toronto Hockey League - Graduates The names of inductees are linked to their profiles at the hockey Hall of Fame website.BORN, NAME, THL/MTHL CLUB. 1971, david harlock, RED WINGS, WEXFORD JR./ST. http://www.gthlcanada.com/graduates.html
Extractions: The following is an incomplete list of GTHL players and officials who have gone on to play and work in the National Hockey League. A boldfaced player represents an honoured member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. The names of inductees are linked to their profiles at the Hockey Hall of Fame website. BORN NAME THL/MTHL CLUB BILL DURNAN(G) NORTH TORONTO LEFTY WILSON(G) TORONTO LIONS DON HEAD(G) WESTON DUKES, TORONTO MARLBOROS JOHN HENDERSON(G) TORONTO MARLBOROS BILLY HARRIS WESTON DUKES HOWIE YOUNG ST. MICHAEL'S MIDGET CARL BREWER WESTON BILL WHITE TORONTO MARLBOROS DAVE DRYDEN(G) ST. MIKE'S JR. BRIAN CONACHER TORONTO MARLBOROS GEORGE STANDING TORONTO MARLBOROS '57-'58 FRED STANFIELD MISS. REPS '60-'61, DIXIE BEEHIVES JR. AL SMITH(G) TORONTO MARLBOROS MIKE WALTON ST. MICHAEL'S MIDGET '61-'62/NEIL MCNEIL'62-'63 MIKE BYERS TORONTO MARLBOROS '62-'63 BRIAN GLENNIE TORONTO MARLBOROS GERRY MEEHAN NEIL MCNEIL MAROONS(EAST METRO) '62-'63 KEN DRYDEN(G) HUMBER VALLEY, ETOBICOKE INDIANS('64-65) GARY EDWARDS(G) WESTAIRS, TORONTO MARLBOROS SYL APPS JR. TIM ECCELSTONE HUMBER VALLEY, TORONTO MARLBOROS
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Cbs.sportsline.com/u/hockey/nhl/players/19895.htm Le salaire de plus de 100 joueurs 250 000 U$; david harlock = 250 000 U$; Colin Forbes = 250 000 U$;Dan Smith = 275 000 U$; Mike Maneluk = 300 000 U$; Sergei Zholtok http://cbs.sportsline.com/u/hockey/nhl/players/19895.htm
Draft: Another Golden Era? first round, while Cornell s Ryan Hughes (22) and Michigan s david harlock (24)went be cyclical, or a variety of other factors, college hockey produced just http://www.uscho.com/news/2000/06/23_000175.php
Extractions: College hockey will get some additional notoriety in this year's draft, thanks to the likely early selection of Wisconsin's Dany Heatley and Boston University's Rick DiPietro. Since its inception in 1969, Michigan State's Joe Murphy (1986) is the only college player to be selected No. 1 overall in the NHL Draft. That fell near the beginning of college hockey's last golden age, 1985-92, when the effects of the U.S. win in the 1980 Olympics first started to be felt. There has also only been one other occasion where two college players were taken in the first five picks. That came in 1991, when Boston University's Scott Lachance went No. 4 and Michigan's Aaron Ward was taken No. 5. Remarkably, it was not until 1979 that any U.S. college player was taken in the first round. That was the realm of Canadian Major Junior players to near 100 percent exclusivity until Minnesota's Mike Ramsey was taken No. 11 by Buffalo. Before 1979, college players started to sprinkle into the second round, starting with Denver's Bruce Affleck in 1974, who was taken one pick ahead of future Hall of Famer Bryan Trottier. There were no No. 1 college picks in 1980, then came a four-year stretch of just one each: North Dakota's James Patrick (9), Wisconsin's Pat Flatley (21), New Hampshire's Norm Lacombe (10) and BU's David Quinn (13).