RDS - Joueurs Autonomes LNH 2003 Tripp. OTTAWA david hymovitz, Dean Melanson, Joey Tetarenko, Jeff Ulmer,Bob Wren. PHILADELPHIE Ryan Bast, Dan Peters, Brad Tiley. http://www.rds.ca/hockey/ete2003/groupes.html
Extractions: Les joueurs de cette liste ont reçu une offre qualificative par leurs équipes. Ces équipes pourront égaler une offre adverse et recevoir une compensation (jusqu'à cinq choix de première ronde) si le joueur quitte. ANAHEIM : Jean-Sebastien Giguere, Niclas Havelid, Jonathan Hedstrom, Mike Leclerc, Samuel Pahlsson, Cam Severson, Petr Sykora, Vitaly Vishnevski, Lance Ward. ATLANTA : Yuri Butsayev, Joe Dipenta, Ivan Majesky, Pasi Nurminen, Kamil Piros, Marc Savard, Andy Sutton. BOSTON : P. J. Axelsson, Bryan Berard, Nick Boynton, Carl Corazzini, Hal Gill, Jonathan Girard, Jarno Kultanen, Zdenek Kutlak, Andrew Raycroft, Brian Rolston, Sergei Samsonov. BUFFALO : Eric Boulton, Curtis Brown, Tim Connolly, Rory Fitzpatrick, Dmitri Kalinin, Ales Kotalik, Jaroslav Kristek, Adam Mair, Jay McKee, Norman Milley, Andrew Peters, Taylor Pyatt, Miroslav Satan, Henrik Tallinder, Rhett Warrener. CALGARY : Steve Begin, Blair Betts, Mike Commodore, Chris Drury, Toni Lydman, Oleg Saprykin, Stephane Yelle.
Extractions: 03.30.04 Binghamton, N.Y. Rob Ray wasn't looking for a fight. Nevertheless when you're, the proud owner of 3,189 NHL penalty minutes, trouble comes looking for you. It didn't matter that Ray was just taking a brief tune-up run through the AHL with the Binghamton Senators, working his way up to Ottawa. All he wanted was to get his legs and lungs into game shape after nearly a full year in retirement. His knuckles, as always, were already in prime condition. However the "H" in AHL might just as well stand for "hopeful", and Ray, who last saw the inside of a minor league rink back in 1990, was going to have to put up with young bucks trying to make a name for themselves against an old one. Any pretense to the contrary lasted all of one shift; the time it took for Syracuse Crunch enforcer Brandon Sugden to skate his way.
FB97 Intercollegiate Athletic Season Highlights Enjoyed its best season since 199091 by posting a 16-17-3 record, including a12-10-2 mark in hockey EAST play; senior co-captain david hymovitz earned All http://www.bc.edu/publications/factbook/meta-elements/html/fb97athletic_highlite
Extractions: Team finished with a 19-11 mark, earning a berth in the NCAA Tournament and advancing to the second round; defeated Indiana, 64-51, in the first round; Jim O'Brien earned BIG EAST Co-Coach of the Year honors; Danya Abrams earned All-BIG EAST first team honors, while James "Scoonie" Penn captured BIG EAST Rookie of the Year and ECAC Rookie of the Year accolades. Women's Basketball - Head Coach Cathy Inglese Team finished with a 10-17 record, including a 7-11 mark in BIG EAST play. Junior forward Holly Porter became the first BC player to score 1,000 points and record 600 rebounds before her senior season. Porter earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors, while freshman guard Amanda West earned All-BIG EAST Rookie Team accolades. Men's Cross Country - Head Coach Randy Thomas
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Canadian Jewish News Other prospects in the AHL to watch for are david hymovitz at Grand Rapids, MichaelHenrich In the East Coast hockey League, be on the lookout for the likes of http://www.cjnews.com/pastissues/01/nov15-01/sports/sports.htm
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Extractions: AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE Eastern Conference Western Conference Atlantic Division Empire Division Quebec Citadelles Lowell Lock Monsters Saint John Flames St. John's Maple Leafs ... Syracuse Crunch Expansion Teams (2001-2002) Bridgeport Sound Tigers Chicago Wolves Grand Rapids Griffins Houston Aeros ... Utah Grizzlies New England Division Mid-Atlantic Division Hartforf Wolf Pack Providence Bruins Portland Pirates Springfield Falcons ...
PHPA As professional hockey players, we are very fortunate to be able to do what wedo for a david hymovitz, Binghamton Senators, Raymond Giroux, Albany River Rats. http://www.phpa.com/awards/usairways.asp
Extractions: US Airways Player of the Year ECHL Centerman Recognized for Outstanding Community Service (St. Catharines, ON) - US Airways and the Professional Hockey Players Association (PHPA) announced today that Syl Apps of the ECHL Trenton Titans has been named the 2003 PHPA US Airways Player of the Year Award recipient. The honor is presented annually to one PHPA Member that exemplifies outstanding charitable efforts in his playing community throughout the hockey season. While Apps, a Princeton University graduate and fittingly the Captain of the Titans, had an impressive season on the ice, it was his off-ice efforts that led to his selection. The Unionville, Ontario native took the initiative to create a charitable foundation, known as The Character Project (www.thecharacterproject.org). This not-for-profit endeavor, based in Trenton, New Jersey, provides numerous adolescents from low-income families with access to quality academic and athletic programs.
PHPA Timex IRONMAN* Player Award, playing in the American hockey League are PhiladelphiaPhantoms Trent Hunter, Bridgeport Sound Tigers david hymovitz, Grand Rapids http://www.phpa.com/info/may13_2002.asp
Extractions: St. Catharines, ON - Nominations have been received for the 2001-2002 Timex IRONMAN* Player Award. The Award is presented annually to one (1) Member of the Professional Hockey Players' Association (PHPA) playing in the American Hockey League and one (1) Member playing in the East Coast Hockey League, respectively, who has participated in every one of his Club's regular season games and has displayed outstanding offensive and defensive skills. This is the inaugural season for the Award. Nominations are based upon player statistics, with the eventual winners being selected by a panel consisting of PHPA and Timex Canada representatives. The PHPA and Timex established the IRONMAN* Player Award to highlight the on-ice contributions of PHPA Members to their respective Clubs. For their contributions, the chosen PHPA Members will receive his and hers Timex IRONMAN* watches. The winners will be announced at the PHPA Annual Meeting of Player Representatives in June. The nominees for the 2001-2002 Timex IRONMAN* Player Award, playing in the American Hockey League are:
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Extractions: On April 1st, BU defeated Maine for the national title. Since then, we've waited, we've bided our time, it's been a long six and a half months, but at long last the time is upon us....it's College Hockey season again. And this weeked Southern California got its annual dose of the college game with the seventh annual Great Western Freeze-Out. The first semifinal, at the Forum in LA, pitted defending champion Maine against the CCHA's Miami University of Ohio. It looked early on like the Black Bears, last year's NCAA runnerup, would dominate, as Maine's Tony Frenette scored just 13 seconds into the contest. But the Redskins wouldn't go down that easy, coming back from 3-1 and 5-2 deficits to close the margin to a single goal. But in the end the Hockey East powerhouse staved them off, as Scott Parmentier scored his second goal short-handed with three minutes remaining in the third to put Maine up 6-4. Miami scored late, but in the end they were one break short of the upset, falling 6-5. The other semi pitted Hockey East doormat Boston College and Michigan State of the CCHA. The Eagles spent much of the first period on the offensive, outshooting the Spartans 12-8, but came away with nothing, as Michigan State led 2-0 at the intermission. Anson Carter made that 3-0 on a short-handed breakaway in the second, but BC came back with Tom Ashe's shorthander, and David Hymovitz scored on the power play to bring the Eagles to within 3-2 in the third. Late in the game, though, the Spartans put it away with two goals in two minutes: Chris Bogas assisted on Richard Keyes's second score and then lit the lamp to ice the Spartans' 5-2 victory.
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1999-00 Los Angeles Kings Transactions medals at the 1996 World Cup of hockey and the 1996 World hockey Championships. Tuomainento a oneyear contract and free agent left wing david hymovitz to a http://www.kingshockey.com/99-00/Trans00.html
Extractions: Player Transactions Compiled by Stan Willis - The Kings assigned G Marcel Cousineau to Long Beach-IHL. - The Kings recalled C Jason Podollan from Lowell-AHL and assigned D Philippe Boucher to Long Beach-IHL. - The Kings recalled D Philippe Boucher from Long Beach-IHL. - The Kings announced that C Bryan Smolinski underwent an MRI examination that revealed a torn medial collateral ligament in his right knee and is expected to be out 4-6 weeks. - The Kings signed free agent D Mike Pudlick to a contract. No terms were disclosed. Pudlick, 22, finished his sophomore season at St. Cloud, where he scored eight goals and 22 assists in 40 games. Pudlick is 6-3 and weighs 190 pounds and will remain at St. Cloud State to complete his coursework. - The Kings signed free agent C Steven Reinprecht to a contract. No terms were disclosed. Reinprecht, 23, led the Wisconsin Badgers and the NCAA in scoring this season with 26 goals and 40 assists. He was the Badgers team captain the past two seasons and is a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award. Reinprecht is 6-0 and weighs 190. - The Kings activated G Stephane Fiset from injured reserve and assigned G Travis Scott to Lowell-AHL.
Pointstreak.com - Electronic Gamesheet LINE2 , david Gauthier (11). SCORER -, AHL Scorekeeper. American hockey League, 17,Hamel, Denis, 3, +2. 18, hymovitz, david, 1, +2. 19, McGrattan, Brian, 5,+1. http://www.pointstreak.com/framed/prostats/print/gamesheet_full.html?gameid=4497
Pointstreak.com - Electronic Gamesheet LINE2 , Dan Murphy (21). SCORER -, AHL Scorekeeper. American hockey League, 17,Hamel, Denis, 5, +1. 18, hymovitz, david, 2, 0. 19, McGrattan, Brian, 0,0. http://www.pointstreak.com/framed/prostats/print/gamesheet_full.html?gameid=4523
Extractions: AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE GAME REPORT SUMMARY DATE - 04/11/03 GAME NUMBER - 24 ATTENDANCE - 4108 HOME - Binghamton 4 VISITOR - Worcester 2 ======================================================================================================= PLAYER STATISTICS VISITING TEAM G A +/- SH PIM MIN MAJ 10 GM GR MT PP SH GW GT EN OT FG UA G/A Sanford, Curtis Corrinet, Chris 1 -1 4 Brimanis, Aris -2 1 2 1 Pohl, John -2 1 2 1 Koivisto, Tom -2 1 Pollock, Jame -2 2 1 Dawe, Jason -1 Nickulas, Eric -1 3 Evans, Blake -1 McLaren, Steve 2 1 Scheffelmaier, Bre 5 1 Rycroft, Mark -1 1 Hartlieb, Ernie -1 Stuart, Mike -1 2 Day, Greg Valeev, Igor -1 2 1 Panzer, Jeff 1 2 1 Backman, Christian 1 5 1 Varlamov, Sergei 1 -1 3 1 BENCH TOTALS 2 2 -17 18 20 5 2 1 1 HOME TEAM G A +/- SH PIM MIN MAJ 10 GM GR MT PP SH GW GT EN OT FG UA G/A Emery, Ray Pothier, Brian 1 6 Vauclair, Julien 1 +2 1 Bancroft, Steve +2 3 Hedlund, Andy Murphy, Joe 1 +1 6 1 1 Giroux, Alexandre 4 2 Smyth, Brad 2 +1 4 Hymovitz, David +1 1 Kelly, Chris 1 +1 1 Vermette, Antoine -1 3 Langfeld, Josh 2 +2 6 Bonvie, Dennis 1 +1 2 7 1 1 Bala, Chris 1 Wren, Bob 1 +2 2 Bicanek, Radim 1 Melanson, Dean +2 3 Ulmer, Jeff 1 +1 4 Tetarenko, Joey BENCH TOTALS 4 7 +15 44 11 3 1 1 1 ======================================================================================================= GOALIE STATISTICS VISITING TEAM D MIN GA EN S1 S2 S3 SOT TOT G/A Sanford, Curtis L 58:47 4 17 16 7 40 TOTALS L 58:47 4 17 16 7 40 HOME TEAM D MIN GA EN S1 S2 S3 SOT TOT G/A Emery, Ray W 60:00 2 6 4 6 16 TOTALS W 60:00 2 6 4 6 16 ======================================================================================================= TEAM STATISTICS POWER PLAYS GOALS OPPS SH VISITOR 1 2 HOME 5 1 GOALS BY PERIOD 1ST 2ND 3RD OT SO TOT VISITOR 1 1 2 HOME 1 3 4 SHOTS BY PERIOD 1ST 2ND 3RD OT SO TOT VISITOR 7 5 6 18 HOME 17 17 10 44 SCORING SUMMARY # TEAM GOAL SCORER 1ST ASSIST 2ND ASSIST PER TIME ON-ICE PP SH EN X 1 WOR Varlamov, Sergei Backman, Christian 1 16:34 4-4 2 WOR Panzer, Jeff Corrinet, Chris 2 3:26 5-4 1 3 BNG Smyth, Brad Langfeld, Josh Wren, Bob 2 17:43 5-5 4 BNG Smyth, Brad Vauclair, Julien Langfeld, Josh 3 6:42 5-5 5 BNG Murphy, Joe Kelly, Chris 3 8:00 5-4 1 6 BNG Bonvie, Dennis Ulmer, Jeff Pothier, Brian 3 9:56 5-5 PENALTY SUMMARY # TEAM PLAYER PENALTY SERVED BY 1ST PENALTY 2ND PENALTY PER TIME MIN MAJ 10 GM GR MT 1 WOR Brimanis, Aris Roughing 1 7:05 1 2 WOR Scheffelmaier, Brett Fighting 1 9:41 1 3 BNG Bonvie, Dennis Fighting 1 9:41 1 4 WOR McLaren, Steve Unsportsmanlike Cond 1 15:56 1 5 BNG Bonvie, Dennis Unsportsmanlike Cond 1 15:56 1 6 WOR Pohl, John Roughing 1 18:13 1 7 BNG Giroux, Alexandre Charging 2 2:10 1 8 WOR Backman, Christian High sticking 2 3:35 1 9 WOR Pollock, Jame Holding stick 3 2:23 1 10 BNG Giroux, Alexandre Hooking 3 7:00 1 11 WOR Valeev, Igor Roughing 3 10:03 1 DATE - 04/11/03 Worcester ( 2) AT Binghamton ( 4) SCORE BY PERIODS Worcester 1 1 02 Binghamton 1 34 FIRST PERIOD Scoring: 1, Worcester-Varlamov, Sergei 2 (Backman, Christian 1) 16:34. Penalties: WOR-Brimanis, Aris (Roughing), 7:05. WOR-Scheffelmaier, Brett (Fighting, Major), 9:41. BNG- Bonvie, Dennis (Fighting, Major), 9:41. WOR-McLaren, Steve (Unsportsmanlike Cond), 15:56. BNG-Bonvie, Dennis (Unsportsmanlike Cond), 15:56. WOR-Pohl, John (Roughing), 18:13. SECOND PERIOD Scoring: 2, Worcester-Panzer, Jeff 1 (power play) (Corrinet, Chris 2) 3:26. 3, Binghamton-Smyth, Brad 2 (Langfeld, Josh 1; Wren, Bob 3) 17:43. Penalties: BNG-Giroux, Alexandre (Charging), 2:10. WOR-Backman, Christian (High sticking, Major), 3:35. THIRD PERIOD Scoring: 4, Binghamton-Smyth, Brad 3 (Vauclair, Julien 1; Langfeld, Josh 2) 6:42. 5, Binghamton-Murphy, Joe 1 (game winner) (short handed) (Kelly, Chris 1) 8:00. 6, Binghamton-Bonvie, Dennis 1 (Ulmer, Jeff 1; Pothier, Brian 2) 9:56. Penalties: WOR-Pollock, Jame (Holding stick), 2:23. BNG-Giroux, Alexandre (Hooking), 7:00. WOR- Valeev, Igor (Roughing), 10:03. SHOTS ON GOAL Worcester 7 5 618 Binghamton 17 17 1044 Power Play Conversions: Worcester - 1 of 2, Binghamton - of 5. Goalies: Worcester-Sanford, Curtis (58:47, 44 shots, 40 saves; record: 0-2-0). Binghamton-Emery, Ray (60:00, 18 shots, 16 saves; record: 2-0-0). A: 4108. Referee: Pellerin, Guy. Linesmen: Kotyra, Tim; Unknown.
Worcester IceCats Official Site the Lock Monsters within one 20 seconds into the third and david hymovitz forcedthe Curtis Sanford, up from Peoria of the East Coast hockey League (ECHL) for http://www.worcestericecats.com/news/html/story249.html
Extractions: Mark Rycroft's whirlwind shift tied the game at one at the 4:54 mark of the second. He then picked up his 19th of the season and his second power play goal of the game just 22 seconds later. Consequently, Rycroft now leads all rookies in the AHLs power play goals category with 10. His speedy back-to-back markers established a new IceCats record for fastest two goals by the same player. Mike Peluso scored the IceCats third straight power play goal 1:06 after Rycroft began Worcesters scoring surge. The man advantage was the result of a five-minute high sticking major that knocked Eric Boguniecki out of the game. The Lock Monsters regrouped and scored, but Peluso would find the net again at 18:13 of that period.
INTERNET VIRTUAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Welcome to the Internet Virtual hockey League. Ottawa Senators Jani Hurme, G; DennisBonvie, F; david hymovitz, F; Steve Martins, F; Joe Murphy, F; Christer http://www.ivhl.net/IVHL2003/news/1030021.html
Extractions: IVHL.net Commissioner Documentation Schedules GM application 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 Other Hockey Sites Slam! Hockey TSN RDS AHL ECHL UHL QMJHL OHL WHL Hockey Database Hockey Zone Plus Hockey Injuries Welcome to the Internet Virtual Hockey League Teams had until 11:59 p.m. EDT on Tuesday to hand in their protected lists, which has been release by the IVHL on Wednesday. Teams were allowed to protect 18 skaters and two goaltenders each. Even though skaters needn't be protected for their first five seasons and goalies for six, depending on how many IVHL games they play, it will leave some well-known players available.
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Extractions: Business Manager What a difference a week makes. Just seven days ago the Binghamton Senators were a season-high twelve games over .500, were riding a 10-game unbeaten streak, and had a comfortable five-point lead over the second-place Bridgeport Sound Tigers. Since then, the B-Sens have dropped two straight - a 2-1 heartbreaker in Worchester and a 4-0 loss Wednesday night against the fourth-place Springfield Falcons -and have watched their Eastern Division lead shrink to three points. "We were on a pretty good roll," said Binghamton forward Dennis Bonvie. "But good teams respond. We had a sloppy one before the [All-Star] break and a sloppy one now. We're not going to make excuses. We have a couple of days to regroup here and play the way we've been playing; we haven't been doing that too much and this is what happens." The two losses were the first back-to-back defeats for Binghamton since January 8th and January 10th, but the Senators came close in Worchester.