Canadian Hockey League Shawn Heins 0 0 0 Even 2 0 4 19 Lubomir Sekeras 1 1 2 +2 2 4 5 20 Robert Kron 0 00 Even 0 0 0 6 german titov 0 0 0 Even 4 0 0 10 Chris Herperger 1 1 2 +2 0 2 http://www.chez.com/chl71/IHL/IHL40.html
Extractions: PENALTIES: K. HALLER Car (CROSS-CHECKING, Minor) 02:08, B. MONDOU Edm (GOALIE INTERERENCE, Minor) 02:27, G. TITOV Car (HIGHSTICKING, Minor) 08:56, D. LANGDON Edm (CROSS-CHECKING, Minor) 14:28, P. BARTOS Edm (ROUGHING, Minor) 15:39, P. BARTOS Edm (CROSS-CHECKING, Minor) 17:49, S. HEINS Car (CHARGING, Minor) 19:19, M. BARINKA Edm (UNSPORTSMANLIKE-CONDUCT, Minor) 19:19
SLAM! Sports: Hockey Plus: Hockey Hits hockey HITS GALLERY. May 20, 2004. 10, 2002 Todd Bertuzzi runs over Brad Stuart;Mar. 10, 2002 german titov is sent flying by Chris Phillips; Mar. http://www.ottawasun.com/HockeyHitsGallery/home.html
Calgary Flames Hockey - NHL Regular Season. PLAYER, GP, G, A, PTS, PIM, Theoren Fleury, 80, 46, 50, 96, 112,german titov, 82, 28, 39, 67, 24, Michael Nylander, 73, 17, 3, 55, 20, Phil Housley,CGY, 59, 16, 36, 52, 22, http://www.calgaryflames.com/history/yearbyyear/95_96.html
Extractions: Regular Season Most Points: THEOREN FLEURY 96 Most Goals: THEOREN FLEURY 46 Most Assists: THEOREN FLEURY 50 Most Penalty Minutes: SANDY McCARTHY 173 Most Wins Goalie: RICK TABARACCI 19 Trophies - Awards Bill Masterton Trophy: GARY ROBERTS Molson Cup: THEOREN FLEURY Playoffs Most Points: CHIASSON, FLEURY 3 Most Goals: CHIASSON, FLEURY 2 Most Assists: STERN, TITOV 2 Most Penalty Minutes: THEOREN FLEURY 14 Regular Season PLAYER GP G A PTS PIM Theoren Fleury German Titov Michael Nylander Phil Housley CGY Gary Roberts Cory Stillman James Patrick Steve Chiasson Zarley Zalapski Mike Sullivan Corey Millen DAL CGY Totals Sandy McCarthy Pavel Torgajev Ron Stern Paul Kruse Dean Evason Bob Sweeney NYI CGY Totals Tommy Albelin N.J
Game Log Viewer by zoldan Cato hockey talk ignored $ Mashing(0) killed by Mercury Myxisbird(0)killed by kraxx Dutch Dams ya i don t see german titov playing Disco Diva http://www.discopalace.com/cgi-bin/scoremaster/chatter.pl?afile=1014111496__Play
Ïðåññà î Ãåðìàíå Òèòîâå Nowhere, Russia for three years. german titov knows hardship. It s notplaying hockey. It s life without hockey. When titov was benched http://nhlstars.kulichki.net/players/titov/2.html
Biography Of Juhani Wahlsten And Tom Molloy Some TPS players at the practice were, Saku Koivu, german titov, Hanna Virta. Otherpages of ABC s. More about the European hockey Academy Coaching Method. http://members.tripod.com/~Tom_Molloy/index-6.html
Extractions: About the Author's BIOGRAPHY OF THE AUTHORS Juhani Wahlsten Juhani is a Physical Education teacher who has experience as a professional and youth hockey coach along with being an international sports consultant. He has spent his entire life involved in sports as a player coach or manager. Vladimir Jursinov, Juuso and Tom and outside of TPS office in Turku, Finland. Walhsten played for the Finnish National Team for eleven years, during this time he participated in three Olympic Games and five World Championships. He was captain of the team for many years and was named to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame. Juhani just retired from teaching Physical Education Turku at the Kupittaa Elementary, High School and was the Ice Hockey instructor at the Aurajoki Sports High School. He gives classes in Ice Hockey and Soccer at Turku University Teachers College and often is a regional coach for the Finnish Ice Hockey Federation. Recently he was honored for his work in Physical Education by the Finnish Teachers Union and the Ministry of Education. "Juuso" as he is known in Finland is in charge of International Coaching Development for the Finnish Ice Hockey Association. Juuso's wife Leena, who also taught PE for many years live in Turku. Juuso and Lenna at their house in Turku.
Neutralzonehockey.com/photos ::: Hockey Jpegs forward Eddie Shore 565x475, 77218 bytes oldtime hockey Mikhail Shtalenkov 50732bytes Capitals defenseman, with the new duds german titov 456x326, 41579 http://www.neutralzonehockey.com/photos/
Extractions: Featuring over 700 full size hockey pictures, this is the largest NHL photo archive on the web, that we know of at least. If you find a broken link or a photo that doesn't show, please send us an e-mail ; we'll get it fixed as soon as we can. Feel free to copy the pictures and use them as you like. Photos marked as 'new' are additions we have made since taking over the database. A ... Greg Adams 342x468, 39595 bytes with Dallas Maxim Afinogenov 391x512, 51,417 bytes Buffalo right-wing Mika Alatalo 388x510, 57,550 bytes Phoenix winger with crazed look Daniel Alfredsson 327x522, 25423 bytes Senators forward Jason Allison 400x556, 83526 bytes Bruins forward Glenn Anderson 700x631, 127100 bytes
Playoff Hockey Official Web Page None Playoff hockey (330 cards) 1 Guy Hebert C 2 Paul Kariya C 17Phil Housley C 18 Joe Nieuwendyk C 19 Gary Roberts C 20 german titov C 21 http://www.rpweld3.com/reviews/playoffh.html
Extractions: Game Play: Both interesting and true to the sport. Each player chooses six cards to represent his team. You need a Center, two Defensemen, a Right Wig, A Left Wing, and a Goalie. You then lay those out on the table in the starting positions for a hockey game (very nice illustrations in the rulebook, by the way). The goal is to get possession of the hockey puck, skate your team forward and shoot for a goal. Play ends when one person runs out of cards. At that time, whoever has the most points wins. This game does use custom dice to resolve actions, but even though I personally hate games which require additional materials, I didn't mind this as much because the dice were clever. These were six-sided dice with two blank sides, a puck, a whistle and an NHL logo. Whenever you are trying to shoot, you roll dice equal to your card's SHOOT stat. Count the number of pucks and NHL logos. If the logo matches the shooter's team, it counts double. The Goalie rolls dice equal to their BLOCK stat. If you beat the goalie, you score a point. Pretty simple and very quick. Other than that, all you really need to figure out is what to do with the cards. Each player has a hand of three cards. They must draw one and play one per turn. The cards will allow you to SKATE a player forward so they can take a shot (or if they don't have the puck, they add +1 die to the player who has it), SHOOT, PASS or STEAL. Of course there are actually a lot of variations. One card might say: "OFFENSE: SKATE wingman, PASS puck to CENTER, SHOT at +1". If you don't have a useful card in your hand, you may discard any card to SKATE or SHOOT (but only if you have the puck). One last thing: they don't include a puck counter, so they recommend you use a nickel.
Columbus Blue Jackets: Hockey Universe Jaromir Jagr (Czech Republic), Martin Straka (Czech Republic), german titov (USSR),Alexei for the New Jersey Devils, says Europe s export of hockey talent is http://www.bluejackets.com/universe/european.php
Extractions: Somebody once said, "Go west, young man." The hockey players of Europe have been listening. They come from all over Europe. In addition to nearly all former Soviet states, many NHL stars hail from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, England, Scotland, Poland, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Finland, Ireland and Austria. They are scoring leaders, defensive leaders and team captains. They earn the same respect from their teammates as any Canadian or American and they quickly become fan favorites. Once upon a time, only an occasional Swede or Finn could be found skating with the Canadians and Americans in the National Hockey League. But with the fall of the iron curtain and the expansion of NHL scouting overseas, more and more European players are finding their way into the world's top hockey league every year. A European explosion has happened over the course of the last 12 years. David Vyborny has represented the Czech Republic in the World Championships five of the last six years, helping his country to three gold medals and two bronze medals.
FAQs: ESPN NHL Hockey: Updating FAQ for making this great game The ESPN NHL hockey Community - www NYI) TIMCHENKO,Vyacheslav (UKR) TIMONEN, Kimmo (NAS) titov, german (-) TJARNQVIST, Daniel http://faqs.ign.com/articles/455/455270p1.html
FAQs: NHL 2003: Hockey FAQ NHL 2003 hockey FAQ by Myke NHL 2003 Guide/ US Version For the Playstation 2 Version LWMike Leclerc 6 2 204 lbs Winnipeg, Manitoba 83 13 C german titov 6 1 http://faqs.ign.com/articles/374/374573p1.html
BeeHive Hockey 97/98 Pool Standings beeHive hockey 97/98 Pool Standings. Last update 1/1/1999 2226 13, DIMITRIKHRISTICH, BOS, 82, 29, 37, 66, 6, 60. 14, german titov, CGY, 68, 18, 22,40, 4, 36. http://www.arts.uwaterloo.ca/~bee/pools/hockey98/standings.html
Extractions: Last update: 1/1/1999 22:26 Rank Total Owner Email Barb Adams bdadams@watarts Josh Rubin email@example.com Ken Rubin firstname.lastname@example.org Steve Wright email@example.com Paul Fera firstname.lastname@example.org Derek Koehler dkoehler@watarts Dave "Just let me catch Eickmeier!" Kribs dwkribs@barrow Bill "Leader of the Middle of the Pack" Eickmeier bee@watarts David "I could have been a contender" Brandow email@example.com Steve Shikaze shikaze@cgrnserc Cameron MacLean firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Zanna mzanna@watarts Bob Hicks bjhicks@ist Steve "Roll them dice!" Smith sd2smith@watarts Troy Visser tvisser@watarts Helene Hamilton email@example.com Jonathan Oakman jmoakman@watarts Dan "The Fan" Thagard pthagard@watarts Charissa Cheah firstname.lastname@example.org Marla Bigel mbigel@watarts Greg "Eenie Meenie Miney Moe" Sears gjsears@watarts Yvonne Weppler yweppler@watarts Amy Rubin email@example.com Derek "Bottom Feeder" Chapman dschapma@watarts Dave Westwood dawestwo@watarts Shaun Illingworth firstname.lastname@example.org
BeeHive Hockey 96/97 Pool Final Standings Enter the 1997 hockey Playoff Pool. Rank, Total, Owner, Email. Trade PA5 Dec 6 Group 7 aquired Petr Nedved 23 pts for german titov 18 pts; http://www.arts.uwaterloo.ca/~bee/pools/hockey97/hockey97.html
Extractions: Rank Total Owner Email Larry Nelson email@example.com Derek Chapman dschapma@watarts David Kribs dwkribs@barrow Geoff MacDonald ggmacdon@watarts Geoff Haddock G.Haddock@exeter.ac.uk Troy A.W. Visser tvisser@watarts Dalton Wolfe firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Zanna mzanna@watarts Dave Klassen dklassen@watserv1 David 'The Mask' Brandow email@example.com Amy Rubin firstname.lastname@example.org Tim Farrell tim@watarts Marla Bigel mbigel@watarts Chester Eickmeier chet@daycare Kyle Adam email@example.com Paul Fera firstname.lastname@example.org Charissa Cheah email@example.com Kathy Wolfe firstname.lastname@example.org. Ken Rubin email@example.com Rob Coplan firstname.lastname@example.org Cameron MacLean email@example.com Steve Shikaze shikaze@cgrnserc Bob Hicks bjhicks@dcs1 Steve Wright firstname.lastname@example.org Wade Gibbons email@example.com
Joy Of Hockey/T titov, german. Tjarnqvist, Daniel. Tjarnqvist, Mathias. Tjutin, Fedor. Tkachuk,Keith. Back to Main Page. DISCLAIMER Joy of hockey is dedicated to the fans of the http://www.joyofhockey.com/1T.html
Joy Of Hockey/NHL Players Born In Russia Index Joy of hockey s Players Index. NHL Players Prospects Born in Russia. *Dmitry Tertyshny.Alexei Tezikov. Alexei Timkin. Denis Timofeev. german titov. Fedor Tjutin. http://www.joyofhockey.com/BORN-USSRindex.html
Extractions: Joy of Hockey's Players Index A Dmitry Afanasenkov Maxim Afinogenov Nikita Alexeev Dmitri Altarev ... Evgeni Artukhin B Anton Babchuk Yuri Babenko Maxim Balmochnykh Konstantin Baranov ... Dmitry Bykov C Alexander Chagodayev Vladimir Chebaturkin Artem Chernov Mikhail Chernov ... Artem Chubarov D Pavel Datsyuk Ilja Demidoy Denis Denisov Yuri Dobryshkin ... Pavel Duma E Vadim Epanchintsev F Fedor Fedorov Sergei Fedorov Yevgeny Fedorov Sergei Fedotov ... Alexander Frolov G Maxim Galanov Yevgeny Gamalei Evgeny Gladskikh Alexander Golovin ... Vladimir Gusev H I Victor Ignatjev J K Anton Kadeikin Alexei Kaigorodov Dmitri Kalinin Konstantin Kalmikov ... Oleg Kvasha L Igor Larionov Anton Lavrentiev Yevgeny Lazarev Dimitri Levinski ... Roman Lyashenko M *Sergei Makarov Vladimir Malakhov Vladimir Malenkykh Andrei Markov ... Yevgeny Muratov N Dmitri Nabokov Evgeni Nabokov Yevgeny Namestnikov Andrei Nazarov ... Ivan Novoseltsev O Roman Oksiuta Oleg Orekhovsky Maxim Orlov P Konstantin Panov Yevgeny Pastukh Dimitri Patzold Yevgeny Pavlov ... Boris Protsenko Q R Igor Radulov Askhat Rakhmatullin Andrei Razin Gennady Razin ... Maxim Rybin S Kiril Safronov Ruslan Salei Igor Samoilov Sergei Samsonov ... Alexander Svitov T Vadim Tarasov Andrei Taratukhin Alexander Tatarinov Alexei Tereschenko ... Oleg Tverdovsky U Victor Uchevatov Igor Ulanov Dmitri Upper Anatoli Ustyugov V Igor Valeev Sergei Varlamov Alexei Vasiliev Andrei Vasilyev ... Sergei Vyshedkevich W X Y Vitali Yachmenev Andrei Yakhanov Mikhail Yakubov Dmitri Yakushin ... Dimitri Yushkevich Z Ruslan Zainullin Valeri Zelepukin Alexander Zevakhin Alexei Zhamnov ... Andrei Zyuzin *Retired **Deceased