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61. The Hockey Blog -- Enjoy.
hey it s the hockey blog. cory cross was injured tonight too, maybe his hip flexor?,and well, the only bad thing about that is I won t have him to blame when
hey it's the hockey blog
posted @ 01:32 p.m. on Saturday, March 16, 2002 barrasso = psychotic. he stabbed his wife with a plastic fork before. he also had a drinking problem, i believe.
oh yeah, and he mentally abused my j.s. (aubin)!
posted @ 12:23 p.m. on Saturday, March 16, 2002
posted @ 06:23 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2002
posted @ 06:18 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2002 at all . Thank God my friend Chris was online, and I have more than one computer!
We got Jamie Pushor from the Columbus Blue Jackets for a draft pick, so now we have a piece of CBJ for my friend J.C.. :) -Brenna posted @ 03:27 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2002 Sigh. -Melissa posted @ 01:06 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2002 Barasso is now a Leaf. Hahahaha. :( -Melissa posted @ 12:49 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2002 -Melissa posted @ 01:39 p.m. on Thursday, March 14, 2002 -Melissa posted @ 11:16 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12, 2002 Hi. Just archiving. The page was taking too long to load. Okay, done. See ya. -Melissa posted @ 08:11 p.m.

62. Centre Sport Statistics. NHL. Teams
hockey. NHL. Lumme, Jyrki, 51, 4, 8, 12, 18, 14, 0, 0, 0, 4. cross,cory, 50, 3, 9, 12, 54, 12, 0, 0, 0, 8. Berg, AkiPetteri, 81, 1,10, 11, 46, 20, 0, 1, 1, 37.

63. Nunatsiaq News
August 30, 2002 CLICK PHOTO TO ENLARGE A group of young hockey players converge nearthe boards where NHL stars Wade Redden and cory cross gave out souvenirs.



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Current ads Jobs Tenders Notices Classified ads ... ORDER AN AD About Us Nunatsiaq FAQ Advertising services Archives Search archives Click below Contact Us Site Map Search August 30, 2002 CLICK PHOTO TO ENLARGE A group of young hockey players converge near the boards where NHL stars Wade Redden and Cory Cross gave out souvenirs. (PHOTOS BY MIRIAM HILL) Shooting for the stars The pros come out for a summertime hockey camp and leave Iqaluit kids in awe MIRIAM HILL CAPTION 5: A young hockey player listens as a drill is explained. Eight-year-old Julie Hanson-Akavak has to crane her neck back to look up at the man beside her. "Excuse me, could you sign right here please?" she asks, holding a hockey stick in one hand and a black marker in the other. Hanson-Akavak waits as six-foot-five former Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Cory Cross smiles and signs her stick before posing with her for a photo. CLICK PHOTO TO ENLARGE Ottawa Senators defenseman Wade Redden signs a water bottle for Mary Hanson-Akavak.

64. Player Bio
hockey. Joe Corvo; Jeff Cowan;MICHAEL CRAIG; cory cross; Matt Cullen; Jassen Cullimore; Jim Cummins;

The Ferris State men’s ice hockey team thwarted 59; Sean Nolan, CU (TRIPPING) 0229;cory Murphy, CU FSU (SLASHING) 1026; Kevin Johns, CU (crossCHECKING) 10
* SELECT A TEAM * Basketball (M) Basketball (W) Field Hockey Football Golf Ice Hockey (M) Ice Hockey (W) Lacrosse (M) Lacrosse (W) Soccer (M) Soccer (W) Softball Swimming/Diving Tennis (M) Tennis (W) Volleyball FERRIS STATE THWARTS LATE THIRD PERIOD COLGATE RALLY
Basile scores the game-winning goal at 14:18 of the third to give Bulldogs 5-4 win November 3, 2000 Big Rapids, Mich. – The Ferris State men’s ice hockey team thwarted a late Colgate University comeback to prevail 5-4 on Jason Basile’s first goal of the year at 14:18 of the third period.
The Bulldogs (1-4-2) scored the game-winning goal at 14:18 of the third on Basile’s first goal of the season. Phil Lewandowski and Scott Markowsky skated down on a two-on-two situation, while Basile trailed the play and skated hard past Colgate’s Chad MacDonald and Markowsky found him in front of the net. Basile took a shot that Lefevre got a piece of, but the puck went into the goal as Basile fell and carried Lefevre into the net on the shot.

HAMILTON, NY – The Colgate men s ice hockey team had period 1, COLGATE, Andy McDonald18 (cory Murphy, Mike 0243; Ben Bryce, COLGATE (cross-CHECKING) 0503
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(MARCH 3, 2000) Contact: Jamie Joss at (315) 228-7566 COLGATE'S RUN FOR FIRST PLACE IN THE ECAC HALTED
WITH 2-2 OT TIE AGAINST PRINCETON The Colgate men's ice hockey team had its run for first place in the ECAC regular-season title race halted after a 2-2 overtime tie against Princeton Friday night. The tie puts Colgate more than a game behind first place St. Lawrence, so Colgate will finish second and will most likely host Yale in the quarterfinals of the ECAC Championships on Mar. 10-12. Colgate closes out the season against Yale on Saturday in Starr Rink. Colgate (20-7-2, 13-4-2 ECAC) took the early lead when Hobey Baker Memorial Award candidate Andy McDonald scored his 18th goal of the season on a power-play at 15:13 of the first period from Cory Murphy and Mike Marostega. Murphy found McDonald who skated just outside the crease and slid the puck past Princeton goaltender Dave Stathos. Princeton (10-13-4, 8-8-4 ECAC) evened the score with an even-strength marker at 16:09 of the second period when George Parros netted his third goal of the season from Scott Prime.

67. B Dartmouth Men S Hockey Ready For ECAC Action /b The Big
Big Green defense held off Holy cross in the Sophomore cory Caouette scored Brown ssecond goal on a 04 season marks the 98th season of Dartmouth men s hockey.
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Dartmouth Men's Hockey Ready For ECAC Action The Big Green Host Brown and Harvard This Weekend
Lee Stempniak was the Big Green's leading scorer last season and he scored the gamewinner against Holy Cross last Saturday.
Nov. 5, 2003 LAST TIME OUT Last weekend Dartmouth opened the 2003-04 season playing Holy Cross for the first time since 2001. Junior goalie Dan Yacey backstopped the Big Green with 25 saves and Dartmouth took a 2-1 victory over Holy Cross, Saturday, November 1. The Crusaders grabbed a 1-0 lead in the first period on a goal by Pierre Napert-Frenette with 7:28 elapsed but that would be their only opportunity as Yacey stopped 11 of 12 Holy Cross shots in the first period. Dartmouth came out like a different team in the second period. Despite firing only nine shots on net, the Big Green dictated play throughout. Dartmouth scored a pair of goals four minutes apart early in the second period.

68. 2002-03 Concordia Women's Hockey Box Scores And Game Summaries
crosschecking) 451; Breana Berry, CSB (cross-checking) 14 3. None RefereeDennisAlm LinesmanBill Rhody; cory Minor Win Shot Chart Concordia Women s hockey St
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2002-03 Concordia Women's Hockey Line Score Teams Final St. Benedict Concordia Cobbers outshoot St. Ben's 37-16
Box Score Play-by-Play Cobbers Pull Away from St. Ben's, Win 5-1. Annie Knierim
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Scored two goals in Concordia's 5-1 win over St. Ben's.
Concordia, on the strength of three goals in the third period, pulled away from visiting St. Ben's and won 5-1. The Cobbers scored three goals 11:30 of the final period to overtake the Blazers and retain sole possession of second place in the MIAC. Christine Kleven (Sr., Red Lake Falls, Minn.) and Annie Knierim (Sr., Glasgow, Mont.), who did not play last weekend due to post-graduation plans, both scored two goals to lead Concordia (7-1-1 MIAC, 9-1-1). Klevin scored the first goal of the game at 8:11 of the opening period to give the Cobbers a 1-0 lead. St. Ben's (3-5-1 MIAC, 4-10-1) then tied the game just 50 seconds later on a goal by Elizabeth Sieh at 9:01.

69. Dupont Lighter
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70. UW-Superior Vs Lake Forest College (Nov 02, 2003)
2 ROUGHING 1720 2nd Tyson Terry UWS 2 crossCHECKING 17 2 MINOR PENALTY 1834 PP3rd cory Wilson LFC hockey Game Box Score (Final) 2003-2004 UW-Superior Men s Stats/
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Win-Joel Cameron (1-0-0). Loss-Mathieu Bonnelly (2-1-0). Game-Winning Goal: LFC-Greg Ihnken Three stars: 1. None 2. None 3. None
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71. Lake Forest College Vs UW-Superior (Dec 05, 2003)
Final) 20032004 UW-Superior Men s hockey Lake Forest 2nd period - 2, LFC, cory Wilson/3(Bryan Lafevor/6 boarding) 1303; Beau Moyer, UWS (cross-checking) 1444 Stats/
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Win-Joel Cameron (5-1-0). Loss-Mathieu Bonnelly (4-4-0). Game-Winning Goal: LFC-Ryan Panet Three stars: 1. None 2. None 3. None
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72. Forester Men's Hockey
hockey Game Box Score (Final) Forester hockey MSOE vs Lake Forest College (12/9/03at MSOE 2 crossCHECKING 1059 2nd cory Wilson LFC 2 cross-CHECKING 10
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73. 1996-1997 Hockey Players
19961997 hockey Players. 0.1 32 CGY Albelin, Tommy 485) 6.8 0.1 30 FLO Carkner, Terry486) 6.7 0.1 21 NYI McCabe, Bryan 487) 6.7 0.1 26 TB cross, cory 488) 6.6
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74. Calgary Flames Hockey - NHL
Notes cory cross, who picked up two assists in Edmonton s 62 win overthe Canucks in Vancouver on Saturday night, was a late scratch.

75. E.Peak (2/4/2001) Sports: Hockey: UQTR Battles To A Double Overtime Championship
NHL defenceman cory cross was also in attendance to support his former team, theUniversity People don t realise that it is extremely good hockey, said cross.
Home About Masthead Et Cetera ... Search 12, vol 107 April 2, 2001 hockey: UQTR battles to a double overtime championship win
R. Casey and B.Gomes, Xaverian Weekly and Ontarion The hard fought University Cup final came down to just one shot, but it was the shot by a UQTR Patriots forward that everyone will remember. At 1:25 of the second overtime period, Marc-Etienne Hubert split the St. Francis Xavier defence and slid the puck under goalie David Haun as the Université du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres defeated the Saint Francis Xavier X-Men 5-4 in the CIAU men's hockey final last Sunday. The number-two ranked Patriots were crowned Canadian Inter-university Athletic Union men's hockey national champions for the third time in their history on a weekend when nearly everyone thought the University Cup would be headed to Edmonton for a second straight year. "It was our goal at the start of the season to have our hands on the trophy today," UQTR head coach Jacques Laporte told reporters after the game. "It was a great weekend," said tournament MVP Alexandre Tremblay, overcome with emotion. "We worked very hard, especially today. I cannot believe this is actually happening." For St.FX, the small school located on the shores of Nova Scotia, it was a dramatic and disappointing finish. They outplayed the Patriots throughout the affair and were a mere goal away from joining the champion X-Men basketball team to become the first Canadian school to win CIAU hockey and basketball titles in the same season.

76. - NHL Oilers - Canada's Sports Leader
Fantasy hockey. Site Map », cory cross 23 D. Edmonton. DOB Jan 3, 1971. Age33. Place of Birth Lloydminster, Alta., Canada. HT 65 WT 220. Shoots L.

77. Gustavus Adolphus Vs Hamline (Dec 10, 2003)
GAC 2 TRIPPING 1143 PP 1st cory Gilbert GAC 43 PP 1st Jon Keseley GAC 2 crossCHECKING07 hockey Game Box Score (Final) Gustavus Men s hockey Gustavus Adolphus
Gustavus Adolphus vs Hamline (Dec 10, 2003)
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Win-Brett Sawyer. Loss-John Harstad. Game-Winning Goal: GAC-Justin Davis Three stars: 1. None 2. None 3. None
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78. Gustavus Adolphus Vs UW-River Falls (Nov 25, 2003)
00 3rd cory Lennartson RF 2 crossCHECKING 0743 PP 3rd Jim Murphy RF 2 GOALTENDERINTERFERE 1008 PP Win-Dan Meneghin (5-0). Loss-Dan Melde (1-3). hockey Game
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Win-Dan Meneghin (5-0). Loss-Dan Melde (1-3). Game-Winning Goal: RF- Three stars: 1. None 2. None 3. None
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79. Hockey East Online Game Recaps
2 INTERFERENCE 1708 1st Peter Mackellar UNB 2 crossCHECKING 1939 PP 2nd cory LaroseME hockey Game Box Score (Final) 1999-2000 hockey East Association Univ

Maine 6, New Brunswick 3
10/22/99 at Alfond Arena
J.C. Penney Classic (Exhibition)
Orono, Maine The defending national champion Black Bears (2-0-0) skated to a 6-3 opening round victory over the University of New Brunswick (2-3-0) in a non-NCAA contest, while Canisius College (2-0-1) defeated the University of Connecticut (0-1-0) 1-0 in the tournament opener at Alfond Arena.
Barrett Heisten led the UMaine offensive onslaught scoring a goal and setting up two for the host team. Four Black Bears tallied four-point efforts in the victory, Cory Larose (1-1), Tom Reimann (1-1), Peter Metcalf (1-1) and Eric Turgeon (0-2). Dan Kerluke and A.J. Begg added the other two UMaine goals, while Ben Guite and Lucas Lawson also contributed assists.
New Brunswick's Colin Beardsmore (1-2) had a hand in all three Varsity Reds tallies, setting up two goals by linemate Peter MacKeller. Jay Doyle also added an assist in the contest.
In the tournament opener, goalie Sean Weaver recorded his first career shutout, backstopping the Ice Griffs 1-0 victory over the Huskies. Corey Lucas recorded the game's only goal when Joel Tarvudd won an offensive zone faceoff and Todd Bisson fed the puck from the point to Lucas, who then beat goaltender Marc Senerchia from close range.
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80. / Sports / Hockey / Rangers Hit By Lightning
. . cory cross and Shawn Horcoff scored early in the third period, and host Edmontonrallied to snap a seasonworst winless streak of six games by beating
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By Associated Press, 12/8/2003 Martin St. Louis had a goal and an assist in the decisive third period, lifting the weary Tampa Bay Lightning to a 3-2 victory yesterday over the Rangers at New York. ADVERTISEMENT St. Louis tied it on a breakaway during a power play 1:26 into the period, then helped set up Cory Sarich for the winner at 8:23. Dave Andreychuk scored for the third straight game, tying it for the Lightning in the first. Anson Carter scored for the third straight game for the Rangers, who lost for the third time in four games. The Lightning followed up Saturday night's 3-1 win at Buffalo by winning their third game played in four days. The snowstorm in the Northeast forced the Lightning to stay in Buffalo Saturday and not come until New York until yesterday morning. Tampa Bay's late offense lifted John Grahame (29 saves) to his fourth victory.

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