Coast Fantasy Hockey League the Coast Fantasy hockey League. season II awards futures general managers individual leaders Captain Submission. TEAM. CREATED player. Florida. New Jersey http://www.geocities.com/aspen_wolf/player-bios.html
Extractions: the new home of the Coast Fantasy Hockey League season II awards coaches finances free agents ... today's games Files : leaders standings waivers unassigned ... commissioner Contact : Available Team(s) : Dallas, Minnesota team scoring awards msg boards trade submission ... nar singing! Captain Submission TEAM CREATED PLAYER Florida New Jersey Vladislav NiKula Steve Kitson Montreal Worcester Daniel Robert Jon Guinto San Jose Buffalo Axalar Tarmaloc Devan Tarmaloc KansasCity North Bay Lance Hennemann Jason Hodgson Los Angeles Matt Butcher Mystery Phil Wedow Winnipeg Omar Ansari Phoenix Raven Harris Anaheim Katasea Di'jhara Nashville Xach Hale Atlanta Viktor Svitov
Extractions: 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 Wed, May 21, 2003 Statistics DAILY Goals Assists Points Saves PIM SCORING All Categories Points Goals Assists PP Goals SH Goals OT Goals Game Winners Shots Shooting % First Goals Plus/Minus Hat Tricks Streaks Rookies Season Highs GOALTENDING All Teams Goals Ag. Avg. Shutouts Wins Save % ALL-TIME Points Goals Assists TEAM STATS Special Teams Team Records Scoring 1st Goal Goals by Period TEAM BY TEAM Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal Nashville New Jersey N.Y. Islanders
SLAM! Sports - Hockey NYR Pit. SJ - Was. hockey Plus. player bios. Movements. Injuries view the Chicago Blackhawks as a lost cause but general manager Bob Pulford says there's a reason he got rid http://www.canoe.com/HockeyChicago/home.html
Extractions: 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 June 09, 2004 Statistics DAILY Goals Assists Points Saves PIM SCORING All Categories Points Goals Assists PP Goals SH Goals OT Goals Game Winners Shots Shooting % First Goals Plus/Minus Hat Tricks Streaks Rookies Season Highs GOALTENDING All Teams Goals Ag. Avg. Shutouts Wins Save % ALL-TIME Points Goals Assists TEAM STATS Special Teams Team Records Scoring 1st Goal Goals by Period TEAM BY TEAM Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal Nashville New Jersey N.Y. Islanders
Extractions: From 1996 to 2000 Hakstol was the general manager and head coach of the Sioux City Musketeers of the U.S.H.L. In four years as head coach, he posted winning seasons in each year except his first year. Overall, Hakstol had a 101-109-13 record with the Musketeers. He was named the Coach of the Year by the U.S.H.L. in 1997-98 when his team had a 32-21-3 record. In 1996 Hakstol was an assistant coach with the Minnesota Moose of the I.H.L. He also coached the 1998 USA/USHL hockey team at the IIHF Four Nationals Cup in Oslo, Norway, and was the head coach of the Central District team (USA Hockey) at the National Select 16 Festival, Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1998. Prior to coaching, Hakstol played professional hockey with the Minnesota Moose from 1994-96 (team captain two years) and with the Indianapolis Ice from 1992-94 (team captain one year). In five years as a professional hockey player, he played in 250 games, scored 12 goals and had 37 assists. He also accumulated 455 penalty minutes.
Pittsburgh Celebrity Hockey - Bios Played Varsity Prep School hockey in upstate New York and Hall of Fame, Penguins general manager. He led the the Director of player Development for IMG hockey, the largest sports http://www.pghcelebrityhockey.org/bios.htm
Extractions: a graduate of Woodland Hills High School (1982) and Penn State University (1986). He worked in a variety of positions for the Pittsburgh Pirates for 15 years and currently is responsible for website development for Major League Baseball as a Marketing Producer for MLB Online Services. Gordon began playing hockey at age five in the early years of the PAHL at the old Alpine Ice Arena and has been playing ever since. He currently resides in Squirrel Hill with his wife and two-year-old daughter. Dr. John Fung Position: F John is the Inaugural Holder of the Thomas E. Starzl Professorship in Transplantation Surgery. In 1980, John received a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, and in 1982 a M.D. from the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine. Dr. Fung has held over 10 academic positions, received 14 honors in the medical field, and has been a part of 29 professional and scientific societies. He has written 700 scientific articles, 60 chapters and 98 abstracts. Position: D Bill is the President of Collegiate Scouting Network (recruiting service for High School student athletes.) He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 4th round, also played for the New Orleans Saints and Buffalo Bills. He received a BA from Syracuse University in 1980 where he was a 4 Year starter. At Syracuse he was a two-time MVP, Captain, two-time All East player, HM All America, and E.C.I.C. Offensive Player of the Year. Bill set 22 school records for passing/total offense. He finished his career as the all-time leading passer, total offense leader and 3rd leading rusher. He was invited to play in the Blue Gray Game where he was named MVP, East-West Shirne Game and Hula bowl.
SLAM! Sports: Hockey Plus: Hits Gallery FIND A player. player bios. WEEKLY POLL THIS DAY IN hockey. May 17, 2002. Marshall Johnston retired as general Manager of the Ottawa Senators http://www.icimontreal.com/Slam020509/gal_hits3-ap.html
USA Hockey are pending official approval by the IIHF general Congress in Junior Team for the2003 International Ice hockey Federation World UPDATED ROSTER player bios. http://edit.usahockey.com/usa_hockey/03_worldjuniors/03_worldjuniors/
Extractions: HOME 2003 World Junior Championships Select zone Adult Players Coaches College Girls'/Women's InLine International Juniors NTDP Officials Olympics Professional Volunteers Youth Players USA HOCKEY HOME Inside USA Hockey News USA Hockey InLine ... Downloads National Team Development Program Eric Nystrom checks in with his post-tournament thoughts. Team USA's late rally in the bronze medal game fell just short, as the Americans lost to Finland 3-2 for third in the World Junior Championship. Goals in the final five minutes of regulation by Ryan Suter and Dustin Brown weren't enough to get the bronze, as Finland wins their second straight bronze medal. The U.S. finishes fourth with a 4-3 record, its best finish at the World Junior Championship since 2000, and you can read captain Eric Nystrom's thoughts on the tournament
New York Rangers Official Web Site : Press Releases general Manager Craig Patrick, Associate general Manager Larry roster on Saturday,December 22 by USA hockey. Team USA Olympic roster and player bios click here http://www.newyorkrangers.com/pressbox/pressreleases.asp?id=467
Pacific Running Guides - Vancouver, BC Kate Milne. Kate Milne is the general Manager at Pacific Running Guides.Kate She is a runner, hiker, triathlete, and hockey player. She http://www.pacificrunningguides.com/about/bios.htm
Extractions: Kate Milne Kate Milne is the General Manager at Pacific Running Guides. Kate is a Professional Fitness and Lifestyle Consultant, a Certified Fitness Consultant, a Certified Personal Trainer, a Registered Rehabilitation Professional and a member of the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology, the Sport Medicine Council of B.C., and the Canadian Association of Rehabilitation Professionals. She is currently completing a Masters of Health Studies. Malcolm Smillie Malcolm is one of the leading Masters athletes in British Columbia. His competitive running career has spanned over two decades. In that time he has competed at a high level on the track, road and cross-country. This has included running for his native Scotland in several cross-country races and representing British Columbia at the National Road Running Championships. This year he topped the Masters rankings at 800m and 1500m while winning both events at the BC Masters Track and Field Championships. Dawn Titus A Whistler resident since 1983, Dawn has an undergraduate degree in Physical Education, is an ACE certified Personal Trainer, a Level II BCRPA Weight-training instructor, and a NCCP level I certified cross country running coach. She is an active runner and competitive triathlete (winning her age group at the 1993 Canadian Ironman and 2000 World Championships in Perth, Australia, and came 15th in her age group in the 2001 Hawaii Ironman World Championships). An all round outdoor athlete, Dawn has also been a competitor in local mountain bike races since 1990 and "winters" as a ski coach and guide.
Canucks.com - The Team - In The System In the System player bios Visit the Manitoba general business major aspires to obtaina degree and play professional hockey. Go back to players In The System. http://www.canucks.com/theteam/inthesystem.asp?sectionID=25&id=157
Sales-Trading Bios Prior to Midland Walwyn, Mitch was a professional hockey player with the Formerlyheld general Management and Financial Advisory positions with CIBC Wealth http://www.petersco.com/sales-tradingbios.htm
Actor Bios At Tribute.ca he had to lace up a pair of hockey skates as he played hockey player John Biebe withrippling muscle for his next role as the heroic Roman general Maximus in http://www.tribute.ca/actor_bio.asp?id=1721
Team Bios and speed up front, said RiverDogs general Manager Jeff lead Indianapolis to theCentral hockey League Northern finals in 2003 as a playerassistant coach. http://www.theuhl.com/cgi-bin/team_bios.php?QnTeamID=13&page=bios
Extractions: This new book guides you to the hottest fishing spots in New York from Lake Ontario to the Montauk Rips. It covers trout streams, lakes, open salt water and the Hudson River. Get your poles, and tackle and remember to check this book out. These are a few other recently acquired fly fishing books. The Art of Fly Tying by Claude Chartrand 799.1 Cha
Harvard Yale Polo Cup | Team Bios He also serves as general Partner of Lindemann Capital, an investment partnership Avarsity hockey player as an undergraduate, Snow managed a little polo with http://www.hypolo.com/hypolo/players.html
Extractions: Lindeman has been playing polo since 1983. His highest rating was at 5 goals, though he is currently rated 3 goals outdoors. He has won many high goal tournaments, for instance the Gold Cup, Cartier, the 22 goal tournament in Palm Beach, the Cellular One Cup, and the US Open Handicap in 1995. He is a Board member at the Greenwhich polo club and also plays at Bridgehampton and the Palm Beach Polo clubs. Jerry Kagan Y Jerry Kagan. Yale Architecture. Playing polo since 1995. Played in the first game of the new millennium as well as in Newport, Vermont, The Gold Coast of Australia, Ireland, and in Florida in both Gulf Stream Polo and Wellington. As a member of the Yale Club Team, he has been involved in numerous inter-club games and this year was on the winning team for the Yale Cup. Bruce Colley H Bruce Colley. Harvard Business School ('86). Restaurateur and businessman with restaurants, pubs and taverns nationwide. ManRay at 147 W 15th St in NYC is his premier restaurant. Playing polo since 14, including at Cornell and now as president of the Mashomack Polo Club, Millbrook, NY. Currently 1 goal.
Extractions: Browse an SI writer's archive ... Don Banks Mark Bechtel Marty Burns Stephen Cannella Brian Cazeneuve B. Duane Cross Seth Davis Frank Deford Jon A. Dolezar John Donovan Darren Eliot Michael Farber Mike Fish Tom Hanson John Garrity Roy S. Johnson Kostya Kennedy Kelley King Peter King Tim Layden Stewart Mandel Gabriele Marcotti Jack McCallum Lester Munson Pedro Pinto Rick Reilly Steve Rushin Alan Shipnuck Michael Silver Phil Taylor Ian Thomsen Gary Van Sickle David Vecsey Tom Verducci Grant Wahl Jon Wertheim Alexander Wolff Paul Zimmerman There are few things in hockey as exciting as playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs. There are few things in hockey as miserable as playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs during a tough stretch. After a 6-0 win on opening night against the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Leafs have gone 1-5-1 and are in last place in the NHL's Northeast Division with only five points in eight games. A 2-5-1 record isn't so good anywhere, but in hockey-mad Toronto, it's especially troublesome. And a 1-4 record at the Air Canada Centre is even more maddening. The home team was booed throughout the third period of Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Panthers, the Leafs' second consecutive loss by that score. The most knowledgable fans in the league are fed up with their team's defensive breakdowns and inconsistent offense. Though they are loyal and passionate to the end, Toronto fans aren't afraid to skewer their team when it plays bad hockey. And they've seen some bad hockey lately.
Extractions: Harry Edwards Harry Edwards is a Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. He is one of the internationally most distinguished specialists in the field of Sport Sociology. Professor Edwards has published a large number of essays one historical, and above all, contemporary political and social issues concerning sports. Among his books are A Sociology of Sports (1973) and The Struggle that Must Be (1980). In 1968 Harry Edwards helped organize a boycott by Black American athletes of the Olympic Games in Mexico City. Over the years he has been hired by professional sports teams and other organizations, including the San Francisco 49ers, the Golden State Warriors, and the Office of the Commissioner of Major League Baseball as a consultant on a broad range of institutional, intergroup and interpersonal problems. Franz Grehn Franz Grehn was born in 1948 at Wuerzburg (Germany). Professor Grehn received his medical education at his hometown, at Freiburg (Germany), in Scotland and San Antonio, Texas. Between 1974 and 1976 he had a fellowship for basic research in vision at the Institute of Physiology, Free University of Berlin. Residency in Ophthalmology at Freiburg from 1976 to 1981. In 1990 Professor Grehn was appointed chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology at the University Hospitals of Mainz (Germany), since 1995 he occupies the parallel rank at the University Hospital at Wuerzburg. In 1997 Professor Grehn was awarded an honorary degree by the University of Iasi (Romania). His main areas of research and medical practice are: Microsurgery of the anterior segment of the eye. Pathogenesis and therapy of Glaucomas. Basic mechanisms of wound healing in ophthalmic surgery. Visual pathophysiology.