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Extractions: his fans to his web site. Although Andy has retired from the NHL, he has and avid interest in both the National Hockey League and the Central Hockey League. He is an owner of the Fort Worth Brahmas of the CHL. Fort Worth Brahmas The Fort Worth Brahmas continued to build their roster for next season on Thursday morning, as they signed goaltender Tyler Nilsson to contract for the 2004-2005 campaign. Nilsson will return to Fort Worth in October of 2004 for his second season in a Brahmas uniform. The Victoria, British Columbia native played in 32 games for Fort Worth during the teams recently completed 2003-2004 regular season. In those 32 games, he totaled a record of 9-19-4 with a goals against average of 3.53 and a save percentage of .890. Andy's professional hockey team, the Fort Worth Brahmas, has just finished their eighth season of hockey and third in the reconfigured Central Hockey League (CHL). The Brahmas season was a building year which saw the play of many young Canadian, European, and US players. Their division was the most competitive in the league, featuring teams from Indianapolis, Memphis, and Bossier City/Shreveport. Along with the division rivals came the traditional rivalries against Austin, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Already six players have been signed for next year, as well as coaches Al Sims and Sean Brady. The players returning are the Davis Brothers, Adam and Aaron, Derrel Upton, Captain Chad Woollard, Joey Bastien, Tyler Nilsson and fan favorite enforcer Steve Reid. Fans in Fort Worth can not wait for next October.
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Extractions: Three-time Stanley Cup Champion, Andy Moog would like to welcome all his fans to his new web site. Although Andy has retired from the NHL, he has and avid interest in both the National Hockey League and the Western Professional Hockey League. He is an owner of the Fort Worth Brahmas of the WPHL and currently contracted to the Vancouver Canucks as the teams Goaltending Consultant.
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Extractions: E-mail: email@example.com When the Bruins went looking for goaltending help during the stretch run of the 1987/1988 season, they turned to Andy Moog, and for the next 5 seasons, he provided the best goaltending work the Bruins had seen since the days of Gerry Cheevers. Andy was originally drafted out of the WHL by the Edmonton Oilers with their 6th round pick (132nd overall) in the 1980 Amateur Draft. In perhaps a preview of his future work as a Bruin, Andy first broke into prominence by leading the young Oilers to an upset 3 game sweep of the highly favored Canadiens in the opening round of the 1981 playoffs. It wouldn't be the first time that Andy thwarted the Canadiens in the playoffs during his career. Sinden's judgment was soon proved correct as Andy brought his exciting style of hockey to Boston. Andy developed his goaltending style from his father, Don, who was an outstanding amateur goaltender. Andy's other defining influence was his idol, Gump Worsley, whose picture Andy kept in his locker at the Boston Garden. Andy first came into the league with cat-like reflexes and a lightning-quick glove hand. As he gained experience, he augmented those skills with superb positional play and an aggressive approach, as well as an uncanny ability to control rebounds. Although not a big man, Andy used these attributes to make the goal appear much smaller to opposing shooters. His mask design reflected his feisty demeanor in the crease, with a snarling bear head that represented his competitive nature. Winning was all that mattered to Andy.
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Extractions: Last updated Sunday, 11-Apr-04 15:24:15 EDT Name pronounced MOAG "The Bruins' veteran goaltending duo of Reggie Lemelin and Andy Moog stack up as one of the best in the league...Moog, 28, came over from Edmonton by way of the Canadian Olympic team on March 7, and compiled a 2.83 average in six games." (The Hockey News 1989 Yearbook, p. 27) "Still capable of standing on his head - but for how many more games?"
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Extractions: British Columbia Hockey Hall of Fame Andy Moog Andy Moog was born in Penticton, British Columbia on February 18, 1960, and almost from the first day, he was destined to carry on a family tradition and make a name for himself in the hockey world. The son of Shirley and Don Moog, Andy came by his hockey heritage honestly. His father was a goaltender for the Penticton Vees when they won the World Hockey Championship in 1955. Andy's talents caught the eye of the NHL's Edmonton Oilers, who made Andy their sixth pick - 132nd overall - in the 1980 NHL entry draft. He made his debut with the Oilers the following season, appearing in just seven regular season games. He also suited up for nine playoff games for the Oilers that season. Andy also split the following season between the Oilers and their Central Hockey League farm team, the Wichita Wind, but he had given Oilers fans a taste of great things to come. Andy joined the Oilers for good in the 1982/83 season, and was instrumental in the upstart Oilers' charge to the Stanley Cup finals against the powerhouse New York Islanders. The following season marked the first of three straight Stanley Cup championships for Andy and the Oilers, and the dynasty was born. Andy remained with the Oilers until the end of the 1986/87 campaign. He left the team and spent much of the next season with the Canadian National Team and the Canadian Olympic Team, appearing in the 1988 Calgary Olympic Games.
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Extractions: Andy Moog enjoyed an all-too-brief but successful career in the Boston nets from 1988-1993 after a trade brought him to the Bruins from the Edmonton Oilers. Moogs small stature and baby face belied a streetwise and combative goaltender who relied on his smarts as well as his reflexes to fashion a solid reputation and the support of the fans. It didnt take long for the Penticton, British Columbia native to win the hearts and trust of the Boston faithful and he went on to have six solid seasons in net for the Bruins. Harry Sinden was confident that deal he had made and the price paid for the goaltender was the right one. Said Sinden, "He (Moog) did everything you look for in a goalie. He stood up in net, he had experience. He had played on a winning team, he was young enough, he was a very alert goaltender, he was a fighter in net, he played with courage, he had a good glove and he used his stick well." Sinden also had another, more succinct description of Moog for the press: "Andy is a winner." As it turned out, Moog needed very little time to prove himself.
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Extractions: Andy Moog Andy MoogStepping Out Of The Shadows Edmonton fans barely knew Andy Moog when the Oilers named him their starting goalie for their first-rou nd playoff series against the heavily favoured Montréal Canadiens. After all, Moog had only played seven National Hockey League (NHL) games of major-league hockey, and all that season. By the time that series was over, Moog had become a household name in Edmonton. He outplayed Canadiens net minder Richard Sevigny in every game of the series and was a major reason why the Oilers swept the Canadiens in three short games. Instead, the Oilers gave the starting role to rookie Grant Fuhr , and Moog spent much of the 1981-82 campaign in the minors. After the Oilers first-round playoff loss in 1982, Sather decided he would platoon his two star goalies. For the next two seasons, Fuhr and Moog split regular season and playoff playing time. When the Oilers took their first Stanley Cup in 1984 , Fuhr started the series by shutting out the Islanders, but Moog won the deciding game in Edmonton.
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Extractions: Grant Fuhr Grant FuhrJust Win, Baby Grant Fuhr is one of the best clutch goaltenders in the history of the game. However, any modern fan who looks at Fuhr's career numbers may wonder about his ability: a career 3.38 goal against average and 25 career shutouts over 19 seasons do not seem like such great goaltending numbers. Fuhrs glory years came at the height of what some pundits called the "Air Hockey Years" of the 1980s. The Oilers run-and-gun style, which saw them score over 400 goals a season, created an offensive revolution in the game. In 1983-84, the Oilers first championship season, 13 of the NHLs 21 teams scored more than 300 goals in the regular season. In the 21st century, none of the NHLs 30 teams even got close to the 300-goal mark. Because of the rise of end-to-end hockey, goalies were constantly under duress. Shutouts were rare, and a goalie could be outstanding and still allow four goals in a night. The real measure of Fuhrs importance to the Oilers comes by simply looking at his career win totals, which include 403 regular-season triumphs and an amazing 92 career playoff wins. Most of
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