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101. Autograph Page - Hockey Listing
Here is the list of hockey players that I have obtained autographs from. Adams, KevynBerard, bryan Blake, Rob Brind Amour, Rod Brodeur, Martin Cloutier, Dan
Here is the list of hockey players that I have obtained autographs from. Players with an asterick (*) next to their name denoted they are in their respected sport's hall of fame. This list was updated in December 2003.
Adams, Kevyn
Berard, Bryan
Blake, Rob
Brind'Amour, Rod
Brodeur, Martin
Cloutier, Dan
Coates, Steve
Fearns, Kent
Gisby, Bob
Granato, Tony Grimson, Stu Hartsberg, Craig Hextall, Ron Hull, Brett Iginla, Jarome Juneau, Joe Karalahti, Jere Kariya, Paul Kelly, Bob LaFlamme, Christian LeClair, John Lindros, Eric MacDonald, Aaron MacLeish, Rick Manheim, Paul McGregor, Mike Mellanby, Scott Moro, Marc Murphy, Gord Murphy, Larry Nedved, Petr Ondra, Tim Parent, Bernie * Pitlick, Lance Podein, Shjon Pronger, Chris Racine, Yves Recchi, Mark Renberg, Mikael Rheaume, Manon Robitaille, Luc Sekeras, Lubomir Smehlik, Richard Stasiuk, Ray Stevens, Scott Therian, Chris Verbeek, Pat Vlasak, Tomas Watson, Jim Watson, Joe Wiemer, Jason Zeidel, Larry Back to autograph list Home

102. PuckUpdate .: The Hockey Blog :: Archives Archives (weekly)
PuckUpdate . The hockey Blog. As expected, the Bruins let defenseman bryan Berardbecome an unrestricted free agent rather than giving him his arbitration
Shoot Out the Lights! So I survived the blackout. It wasn't too bad. A long walk through Brooklyn and power around 12 hours later. Of course, the Future Mrs. PuckUpdate had a huge walk from midtown Manhattan over the Brooklyn Bridge. She's not so blase about the blackout.
I found a pretty cool site, though. This is a site dedicated to the '72 Summit Series
It reports that there's going to be a Vladislav Tretiak bobblehead doll. As a huge Tretiak fan, I find that very exciting. I can't imagine the great Soviet goalie is thrilled to have his head blown up to the size of his body, but what can you do? If you're a famous athlete, sooner or latter your head is going to bobble. Posted by Steven Ovadia on Saturday, August 16, 2003, 10:16 AM Oates Mulls Golf Wow. Adam Oates is thinking about retiring . He's always been miserable wherever he played, so I just kind of assumed he'd never retire.
He only played 45 games last season and seems to be looking for something in the neighborhood of $3.5 million. So far, no takers.
If I were Oates, which I'm not, in case you were wondering, I'd keep in shape, maybe play in some leagues, and wait for the March trade deadline. I'm sure a team that's about to enter the playoffs would be mighty interested in a guy like Oates. But otherwise, he's not a great investment.

103. Interactive | In The Crease
threshold. The question is should bryan berard be allowed to return tohockey? One argument is that he most certainly should be allowed.
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September 28, 2001
Randy On Whether Berard Should Play Bryan Berard will soon be returning to a NHL arena near you! A year and a half ago that seemed an impossibility. You'll recall that it was in March of 2000 in a regular season game in Ottawa the career of the Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman seemingly came to a horrible end. Following through on a shot, the stick of Ottawa Senators forward Marion Hossa inadvertently clipped Berard in the right eye. The consensus was that Bernard's days as a NHLer were over. Doctors agreed. After 7 eye operations Berard announced his retirement and accepted a 6.5 million-dollar insurance settlement.
But clearly Berard never gave up the dream of someday returning to play the sport he so loved in the world's best league. He stayed in shape. In fact the 24-year-old Berard pushed himself to new limits. His eye might have been damaged but the rest of him was better than ever before. Then along came the talent starved NY Rangers. They began talking to Berard and his agent Tom Laidlaw about a possible return to the NHL. The obvious problem was the sight that remained in Berard's right eye. It is 20/600. That means he sees something at 20 feet that a person with normal sight see's at 600 feet. A NHL bylaw requires 20/400 eyesight or better. A special contact lens may improve Berard's vision slightly but probably not to the 20/400 threshold.

104. NHL Hockey | Sports |
He appeared to lose the puck while closing in on goalie Craig Anderson, but BryanBerard crashed into the netminder and the puck slid across the line.

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