Hockey Digest Rookies Of The Year Dany Heatley (forward), Atlanta Thrashers. Suddenly the future of hockey in Atlantalooked much brighter. 1999, bill muckalt (right wing), Vancouver Canucks. http://www.centurysports.net/hockey/HKY Dig ROY.html
Extractions: Year Player (position) Team Barret Jackman (defense) St. Louis Blues Ilya Kovalchuk (forward) Atlanta Thrashers Dany Heatley (forward) Atlanta Thrashers Suddenly the future of hockey in Atlanta looked much brighter. Evgeni Nabokov (goalie) San Jose Sharks Hardly a naive "Lolita," this netminder gave San Jose some bite. Scott Gomez (center) New Jersey Devils Bill Muckalt (right wing) Vancouver Canucks Wolverine All-American showed he had bite. Mattias Ohlund (defenseman) Vancouver Canucks Swede superstar adapted well to NHL game. Jim Campbell (right wing) St. Louis Blues Rookie year perhaps an abberation? Eric Daze (right wing) Chicago Blackhawks No Award Given No award was given because of the lockout. Alexei Yashin (center) Ottawa Senators From Russia with not so much love as talent. Teemu Selanne (right wing) Winnipeg Jets Even as a rookie, he was a "Finnish-ed player. Nicklas Lidstrom (defenseman) Detroit Red Wings Swede superstar shined in Motown. Ed Belfour (goalie) Chicago Blackhawks Mike Modano (center) Minnesota North Stars Tony Granato (right wing) New York Rangers Joe Nieuwendyk (center) Calgary Flames The Big Red alum showed he was no ordianry Joe.
Extractions: by Wynn Fenwick and Fred Hurtubise Back to Players Stats Against Other Teams Team Index VS Avalanche Player Team POS GP G A P Sh PiM MP H +/- Chris Drury Islanders C 1 1 1 3 16 1 Rick Nash Islanders RW 1 1 1 1 2 16 1 1 Yannick Tremblay Islanders D 1 1 1 1 24 1 Andrei Nikolishin Islanders C 1 1 17 3 -1 Bill Muckalt Islanders RW 1 1 12 -1 Billy Clarke Islanders D 1 6 21 -2 Brad Isbister Islanders LW 1 2 12 -1 Dave Gribble Islanders C 1 5 21 6 -1 Ken Daneyko Islanders D 1 1 20 Mariusz Czerkawski Islanders RW 1 4 -1 Paul Healey Islanders RW 1 2 10 -1 Pierre-Marc Bouchard Islanders C 1 4 -1 Ruslan Fedotenko Islanders LW 1 6 1 -1 Ryan Clarke Islanders LW 1 2 2 21 1 1 Slava Kozlov Islanders LW 1 2 21 1 -1 Stan Neckar Islanders D 1 1 2 19 4 -1 Todd Simpson Islanders D 1 1 6 20 2 -2
SLAM! Sports: Hockey Pool Guide Book they were able to unload one of the biggest headaches in hockey by sending and theyfilled that need by adding defenceman Zdeno Chara and forward bill muckalt. http://slam.canoe.ca/HPGBPuckmaster/home.html
Extractions: Quick Link SLAM! Sports Jam! Showbiz CNEWS Money C-Health Lifewise AUTONET.CA Newsstand City Sites Search Canoe Search the Web 411 online Free E-Mail Shop.canoe.ca Classified Extra Weather Horoscopes Lotteries Crossword Travel News Ticker Biz Ticker Sports Ticker TV Listings Movie Listings CLIVE Concerts Scoreboard Mutual Funds Stocks Feedback Index For more columns, visit our Puckmaster Archive Calgary The Flames nearly stole the show when they made two late-afternoon trades on Saturday. They dumped locker-room disaster Valerie Bure and defenceman Jason Wiemer to Florida for Rob Niedermeyer and a second-round pick. The Flames give up quality defenceman Wiemer while they had been looking to send Bure out of town for a long time. To get Niedermayer was a huge bonus.
SLAM! SPORTS: 2001 IN REVIEW The hockey Hall of Fame named Dale Hawerchuk, Jari Kurri, Viacheslav Fetisov to theIslanders to get the pick, defenceman Zdeno Chara and forward bill muckalt. http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam2001/nhl.html
Extractions: The Olympic men's hockey tournament only happens once every four years so it's easy to understand why it gets so much attention. Canada's NHL stars against the world it doesn't get any better than this for hockey fans, many of whom will have to devise ways to escape work in time to relocate in front of television sets to take in the country's opener against Sweden at 4 p.m. EST, Friday, Feb. 15, in Salt Lake City, Utah. It'll by anybody's guess what the NHL playoff picture will look like when the league takes its Olympic schedule break. The Toronto Maple Leafs are showing they are good enough to take a serious run at the Stanley Cup, the Montreal Canadiens are vastly improved, and the Ottawa Senators are solid once again. In the west, the Vancouver Canucks struggle to play .500 hockey, while the success of the Edmonton Oilers and the resurgence of the Calgary Flames will make this a winter to remember for Albertans. As 2001 slips away, let's look back at some of hockey's biggest happenings during the year.
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Inside College Hockey | A Pro Hockey Fan-tasy that you continue to do the Army hockey program proud. To Dany Heatley of theAtlanta Thrashers, that you dont change a thing. To bill muckalt of the http://insidecollegehockey.com/7Archives/Postcards/profantasy_0101.htm
Extractions: An ESPN.com Associate Postcard: A Professional Hockey Fan-tasy To Paul Kariya of the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, that you keep your stick on the ice, because new teammate Adam Oates will find your tape. To the Edmonton Oilers, that you keep making your team our favorite by continuing to trot out a lineup full of ex-college skaters - guys like Carter, Comrie, Conklin, Horcoff, Marchant, Reasoner, Swanson and York. To Erik Cole of the Carolina Hurricanes, that your team goes deep into the postseason so we can see the best playoff beard since Lanny McDonald one more time. To another Hurricane, Dave Tanabe, that you worry less about your contract and more about your performance on the ice. To the designer of this site, Chicago Wolves defenseman Mike Weaver, that you get a call from Atlanta general manager Don Waddell real soon. By the way, we like club-level seats. To Dan Hinote of the Colorado Avalanche, that you continue to do the Army hockey program proud.
UMGoBlue.COM- 1998 Hockey National Championship Chris Fox let go a hard low shot from the inside of the faceoff circle to theright of the Boston College net, which was redirected by bill muckalt. http://www.umgoblue.com/HTML/Hockey/97-98/9798NationalChamps.htm
Extractions: WOLVERINES CAPTURE 1998 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN THRILLING 3-2 OVERTIME VICTORY BOSTON The Michigan Wolverines captured their second National Championship in three seasons, both in overtime, and NCAA record ninth in program history, with a thrilling 3-2 overtime victory over the Boston College Eagles in front of a NCAA Final Four record 18,276 fans in the Fleet Center. The Wolverines received a great game from freshman Mark Kosick, who scored two goals, and outstanding goaltending by senior Marty Turco, who made 28 saves for his second national title, but the hero of the game was freshman Josh Langfeld, who scored the title clinching goal with 2:09 left in the first overtime period. Following a Boston College two-on-one opportunity deep in the Michigan zone, the Wolverines cleared the zone and worked the puck in the corner to the left of the Boston College goal. Chris Fox took a pass from Scott Matzka deep in the corner and held the puck until he received support from Langfeld. Langfeld took the drop pass and, from the left wing boards, wristed what looked to be a harmless shot into the short side of the net for his 19th goal of the season and a goal that set off a wild celebration on the ice. Turco turned aside four great Eagles scoring chances in the overtime session alone as he captured all-NCAA Tournament and Tournament Most Outstanding Player honors. Twenty-five seconds into the overtime session, BC forward Brian Gionta unleashed a slap shot from the slot, resulting in a great Turco pad save. Boston College then hit the crossbar and post on opportunities 8:00 and 10:40 into the extra session, before getting its final opportunity 33 seconds before Langfeld scored the game winner.
Extractions: Alpha Index Index by Sport History Bits Forum ... Search Table of Contents Founded in 1947, the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) began choosing men's All-America hockey teams in 1958. The term "All-America" is actually a bit misleading, because two teams are chosen, one from the east and one from the west. Several times, one of the teams has had a player or two more than the other. The AHCA began choosing women's All-America teams in 2000. The women's teams are not regionally divided. Top of Page East Pos West Eddie MacDonald, Clarkson Tech G Jack McCartan, Minnesota Bob Dupuis, Boston University D Bill Steenson, North Dakota Don MacLeod, Boston University D Ed Zemrau, Denver University Bob Cleary, Harvard University F Dick Burg, Minnesota Bob Marquis, Boston University F Bill Hay, Colorado College Paul Midghall, Rensselaer F Bob McCusker, Colorado College F Bob White, Michigan Top of Page East Pos West Gerry Jones, Yale University
Hockey Digest: Names And Numbers - Hockey Players hockey DIGEST Award Winners. 19992000. 1998-99. Player of the Year Eric Lindros,Philadelphia Flyers. Rookie of the Year bill muckalt, Vancouver Canucks. http://articles.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0FCM/is_8_29/ai_74925332
Extractions: HOCKEY DIGEST Award Winners Player of the Year: Pavel Bure, Florida Panthers Rookie of the Year: Scott Gomez, New Jersey Devils Coach of the Year: Joel Quenneville, St. Louis Blues All-NHL First Team: G: Curtis Joseph, St. Louis Blues D: Phil Housley, Calgary D: Chris Pronger, St. Louis Blues LW: Pavel Bure, Florida Panthers RW: Jaromir Jagr, Pittsburgh Penguins C: Steve Yzerman, Detroit Red Wings All-NHL Second Team: G: Martin Brodeur, New Jersey Devils D: Chris Chelios, Detroit Red Wings D: Al MacInnis, St. Louis Blues LW: Owen Nolan, San Jose Sharks RW: Brendan Shanahan, Detroit Red Wings C: Jeremy Roenick, Phoenix Coyotes All-Rookie Team: G: Martin Biron, Buffalo Sabres D: Brian Rafalski, New Jersey D: Brad Stuart, San Jose Sharks F: Scott Gomez, New Jersey Devils F: Jan Hlavac, New York Rangers F: Mike York, New York Rangers
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Extractions: "Overture, curtain, lights! With apologies to Bugs Bunny, on with the Dirty Dozen Awards. While these awards might not have the fame of the Oscar's, the creditibility of the Emmy's or the the luster of Mark Messier's head, the Sport's Forcaster's Dirty Dozen awards are eagerly awaited by well, dozens of people. We honor the worst of the worst. The people whose 2001-2002 seasons were as successful as the "Rocky and Bullwinkle" movie. Without further delay, we unveil this years, um, winners...
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