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41. | NHL Player Front
19 Right Wing. 19 - Right Wing. scott mellanby. scott mellanby. Player FrontCareer Stats Splits Game Log Player News, ULTIMATE FANTASY hockey GAME DATA.

Assets, Plays a consistently rugged brand of hockey. Always Trades, Details,09Feb-01, Florida Panthers traded scott mellanby to the St. Louis

43. Autograph Page - Hockey Listing
Here is the list of hockey players that I have obtained autographs Eric MacDonald,Aaron MacLeish, Rick Manheim, Paul McGregor, Mike mellanby, scott Moro, Marc
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

44. Hockey
scott mellanby OPC 1992 30 $0.10. Tomas Forslund OPC 1992 31 $0.05. scottmellanby Premier 1993 249 $0.10. Tommy Soderstrom Premier 1993 55 $0.10.
Cards Are Priced As Marked If You See A Card That You Would Like To Purchase E-Mail Me At S+H On These Cards Is As Follows 1-10 Cards $2.50 10-50 Cards $8.00 50-100 Cards $15.00 100-150 Cards $20.00 Shipping Is So High Because The Cards Are Put Into Card Cases And Into Bubble Rap Envlopes Back To Top Notch Sports Cards home Eirc Lindros Rookie Score 1990 440 $8.00 Jaromir Jagr Upper Deck 1994 93 $4.00 Paul Karia Rookie Upper deck 1994 235 $5.00 Dominik Hasek Rookie Pro Set 1992 252 $5.00 Eric Lindros Upper Deck 19894 98 $2.00 Peter Foresburg Upper Deck 1994 245 $2.00 Pavel Bure Parkhurst Vin 1994 v18 $1.00 Brett Hull Premier 1995 417 $0.75 Dominik Hasek Metal Universe 96-97 14 $1.50 Tony Amonte OPC 1992 11 $1.75 Brett Hull Parkhurst Vin 1994 v35 $1.25 Mario Lemiux OPC 1992 114 $2.00 Jarimor jagr OPC 1992 24 $2.00 Mario Lemieux Bowman 1990 204 $0.50 Mario Lemieux Topps 89-90 17 $0.50 Mario Lemieux Pro Set 1990 236 $0.25 Mark Messier Bowman 1990 199 $0.25

45. Fantasy Hockey 2004
Quote PREVIOUS WEEK, Week Statistics RW ALL PLAYERS Fantasy Hockey2004, NEXT WEEK. 0. mellanby,scott, STL, -0.4, 4, 0-1-1, 0-0-0-, 3, 0,-4, 2.

46. Young, Scott
directors Hewitt, Bill - Hodge - Horler - Hough - mellanby - Neale, Harry G POWERPLAYTHE MEMOIRS OF hockey CZAR ALAN by R. Alan Eagleson and scott Young
TRENT UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES Fonds Level Description Young, Scott, 1918- TITLE Scott Young fonds. Additions. 1938-1992. 1.5 m of textual records and other materials. BIOGRAPHY / HISTORY Scott Young was born in 1918 in Cypress River, Manitoba. He started his writing career at age 18 for the Winnipeg Free Press in 1936. He was soon writing sports columns in Winnipeg, and later Toronto, and in 1949 published the first of 40 books. He has written a number of books which cover parts of his own life such as Neil and Me a book about his son Neil Young; and A Writer's Life an autobiography. His career in journalism has produced thousands of articles for "The Globe and Mail", "The Telegram" , "Sports Illustrated" , "Maclean's" and other magazines during the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's. Scott served in the Royal Canadian Navy during World War II (1944-1945). Previous to this he was sent to England by Canadian Press (CP) to cover the news of the War. He has received numerous awards and a Doctorate of Letters, Honoris Causa, from Trent University. He has been married three times (Edna Blow Ragland aka Rassy; Astrid Carlson Mead; and Margaret Hogan) and has a number of children and step-children (Neil, Bob; Deidre, Astrid; Maggie, Caitlin and Erin). CUSTODIAL HISTORY This fonds was created by and in the custody of Scott Young before it was donated to the Trent University Archives.

47. Bizarre Hockey Fan Traditions | Sports Fan Celebrations | Detroit Red Wings | NH
Panthers winger, scott mellanby, was getting ready for a game when a large ratran through the dressing room. scott jabbed the rat with his hockey stick and
advanced Scroll down for the article Octopus at Detroit Red Wings Games Bizarre Sports Fan Traditions
Sometimes hockey fans will do the strangest things after their team's victory or defeat. Here's a look at some of the bizarre rituals of wild and rabid hockey fans. Octopus On Ice
For nearly 50 years, hockey fans in Detroit have been throwing octopi on to the ice after a big win by the Red Wings. This started on April 15, 1952 during the Red Wings' Stanley Cup run. Two brothers, Pete and Jerry Cusimano, who owned a fish shop in Detroit threw an octopus on the ice during a game in Detroit. Each tentacle of the octopus was symbolic of a win in the playoffs. Back then, the NHL had just six teams and eight wins (two best-of-seven series) were needed to win the Stanley Cup. The largest octopus to be thrown on the ice was a 50 pounder in 1996. The creature was proundly displayed on the hood of the Zamboni while the ice at the Joe Louis Arena was being cleaned between periods. Rats on Ice
In 1996, Florida Panthers' winger, Scott Mellanby, was getting ready for a game when a large rat ran through the dressing room. Scott jabbed the rat with his hockey stick and killed it - then scored two goals in the game. After that, Florida Panthers' fans started throwing rats (plastic, not live) on the ice whenever the team scored a big goal. During the team's run to the Stanley Cup finals, the ice would be completely covered with rats every time Florida scored. Opposition goalies had to hide in the net to prevent

48. Hockey
Translate this page Matteau Stéphane, 2/9/1969, 34. hockey. mellanby scott, 11/6/1966, Meloche Gilles, 12/7/1950, 53. hockey. Messier Éric, 29/10/1973,30. hockey.

49. Index
page is dedicated to Former Panthers captain, scott mellanby. scott, AKA Mell hasbeen with the Panthers clipped the Blues chance at hockey s ultimate prize.
This page is dedicated to Former Panthers captain, Scott Mellanby. Scott, A.K.A. Mell has been with the Panthers since day one and started the Rat Craze (which puts a smile on the face of every fan when spoken about) He put his heart and soul into the team. Always working to his full potential and rallying the team together. How sad we were to see our captain go. Another original lost. For a draft pick no less.....where were management's heads then again we didn't have much of a management at the time Mell was traded lol. So our leader is now a Blue and doing well too=0) He scored 15 goals this season. His gritty style of play, with 6 goals and 7 assists has helped the Blues advance as far as they did in the playoffs.
It looked like the Blues would make it to the finals but sadly it wasn't to be The Wings clipped the Blues chance at hockey's ultimate prize. Scott will be a Blue for at least the next two years. We will miss Scotty down here but we all wish him the best of luck in his chase for the cup with the Blues. I just want to say that this site would not have been possible if not for my friends chris and sruly they have spent many hours helping me out with this site, never complaining which i greatly appreciate=0) Thank you so much guys!! (all that help is because im a total idiot with computers lol...its like speaking another language....wonder if i'll ever get it right=0)
So have fun looking at all this stuff. im gonna try to update it as often as i can and if you have any comments or whatever you can always email me

50. NHL Hockey At Represents Florida Panthers
with official certificate of entry into the National hockey League included goaltenderJohn Vanbiesbrouck, forwards Rob Niedermayer, scott mellanby, Dave Lowry

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Thrashers Timeline Sept/94 - July/1998 Sept/98 - Oct/2000 Oct/2000- May/2002 June/2002 - Nov/03
The NHL awards an expansion franchise to H. Wayne Huizenga, Chairman of Blockbuster Entertainment Corporation. Huizenga announces his intention to operate franchise in South Florida. March 1, 1993
The NHL and Huizenga announce that South Florida will join the NHL in time for the 1993-94 season. Bob Clarke named team Vice President and General Manager. April 19, 1993
William A. Torrey named President. Club officially named FLORIDA PANTHERS. April 21, 1993
Dean Jordan named Vice President of Business Operations and Alternate Governor. May 24, 1993
The Panthers announce a three-year agreement with the Cincinnati Cyclones of the International Hockey League. June 2, 1993
Roger Neilson named first head coach of the Florida Panthers. June 14, 1993

51. NHL Hockey At Represents Florida Panthers
March 11, 2000 scott mellanby plays in his 500th game as a Panther, recording an March25, 2000 the Office Depot Center sees a National hockey League record

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HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS - Page 3 September 19, 1998
The Florida Panthers hosted HockeyFest '98 at the Office Depot Center and between 37,000 and 40,000 passed through the doors. The Panthers also unveiled their alternate jersey. October 9, 1998
October 10, 1998

One night after christening the Office Depot Center the Panthers traveled to Tennessee and defeated the Nashville Predators 1-0 in their inaugural NHL game. Ray Whitney scored the game winner for the Cats. October 30, 1998
Rookie Mark Parrish becomes the first Panther in team history to record four goals in a game as the Panthers defeat the Chicago Blackhawks 7-3 at the United Center. November 3, 1998
Mark Parrish is named Rookie of the Month for October. The right wing scored six goals and added two assists to lead the Panthers and all NHL rookies in scoring. December 17, 1998

52. Huron Hockey School - Alumni
Our experts remain the best in the world hockey arena and are Ken McRae * BrianMcReynolds * Marty McSorley * Don McSween * scott mellanby * Dave Michayluk
Huron Hockey School Alumni Hockey Instruction By Professional Educators Since 1970, Huron Hockey School has helped hockey players take their game to the next level. With over 500 graduates making it to the National Hockey League, our time tested philosophy of 'hockey instruction by professional educators" has been proven. Our experts remain the best in the world hockey arena and are ready to help today's youth reach their goals, both on and off the ice. Here is just a sampling of some of our more noteworthy alumni: Place your name here! The Formula Works - Again and Again!

53. A To Z Encyclopaedia Of Ice Hockey - Me Index
IHC Melbourne Rangers see Rangers IHC Melenchuk, Vladimir (- ) mellanby, scott(1966- ) Melland Memphis South Stars Memphis Wings Men Of Steel hockey web site
Last updated on Monday, 15 March 2004 If you only see one frame - click here for the full frames version of the A to Z
Entries without a separate letter page are filed on the main M page Go o to o Index o Ma Mc Me Mi Ml Mo Mu ... My Browse o Page M Ma Mc Me ... Mecca Ice Rink Mecca Leisure Ice Rink - see Mecca Ice Rink Mechel Chelyabinsk Mechel Sport Palace Medals ... Medicine Hat Tigers Medicor Cup - see Hungarian Cup Medvescak (HK Medvescak) Medway Bears Medway Bears Year Books Medway Marauders Meeker, Howie ... Megève (CS Megève) Mehtimäen jäähalli Mekilok, Max Melanson, Roland 'Rollie' Melas, Nikos Melbourne Blackhawks - see Blackhawks IHC Melbourne Demons - see Demons IHC Melbourne Hakoah - see Hakoah IHC Melbourne Monarchs - see Monarchs IHC Melbourne Pirates - see Pirates IHC Melbourne Rangers - see Rangers IHC Melenchuk, Vladimir Mellanby, Scott Melland, F Neville ... Memorial Arena (Cranbrook) Memorial Arena (Kelowna) Memorial Auditorium Memorial Coliseum (Corpus Christi) Memorial Coliseum (Fort Wayne) Memorial Cup Memorial Field House web site Memphis Riverkings ... Meran (HC Meran) Merano (HC Merano) Mercer Arena Meredith, Frederick 'Fred'

54. A To Z Encyclopaedia Of Ice Hockey - Squads - Canada Junior
Sean Burke; Terry Carkner, Al Conroy, Shayne Corson, Alain Cote, Sylvain Cote,Peter Douris, Jeff Greenlaw, Derek Laxdal, scott mellanby, Dave Moylan, Joe
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Canadian Junior Squads
World Championship Team : Mike Kasmetis, Frank Slive; Jake Ayotte, Tony Cassolato, Gord Duncan, Paul Evans, Bill Evo, Mike Fryia, Tom Gastle, Doug Halward, Doug Jarvis, Stan Johnathan, Red Lawrence, Paul McIntosh, Brad Pirie, Ed Pizunski, Greg Redquest, Pete Scamurra, Ed Smith, Jim Turkiewicz, Bob Wasson. World Championship Team : Larry Hendrick, Doug Soetaert, Ed Staniowski ; Danny Arndt, Rick Blight, Mel Bridgman, Blair Davidson, Mark Davidson, Rob Flockhart, Kelly Greenback, Rick Hodgson, Ralph Klassen, Rick Lapointe, Bryan Maxwell, Kevin McCarthy, Dale McMullin, Jim Minor, Robin Sadler, Barry Smith, Brian Sutter, Bryan Trottier. World Championship Team : Benoit Perreault, Richard Sevigny; Alain Belanger, Joe Carlevale, Ron Carter, Daniel Chicoine, Mario Claude, Robert Desormeaux, Jere Gillis, Mark Green, Denis Halle, Bernard Harbec, Ken Johnstone, Floyd Lahache, Fern Leblanc, Normand Lefebvre, Brendan Lowe, Peter Marsh, Rigis Vallieres. World Championship Team : Al Jensen, Bob Daly; John Anderson, Joe Contini, Ron Duguay, Mike Forbes, Dwight Foster, Steve Hazlett, Dennis Houle, Willie Huber, Dave Hunter, Trevor Johansen, Mike Keating, Brad Marsh, Dale McCourt, Mark Plantery, Rob Ramage, Al Secord, Ric Seiling, Geoff Shaw.

55. Le Salaire De Plus De 100 Joueurs
Daniel = 2 400 000 $; Fleury, Theoren = 2 400 000 $; Holik, Robert =2 400 000 $; mellanby, scott = 2 400 000 $; Lemieux, Claude = 2 359 hockey Quebec 98.html
Les 100 joueurs les mieux payés
  • Fedorov, Sergei = 14 000 000 $ Kariya, Paul = 8 500 000 $ Lindros, Eric = 8 500 000 $ Hasek, Dominik = 8 000 000 $ Sundin, Mats = 6 347 164 $ Forsberg, Peter = 6 000 000 $ Gilmour, Doug = 6 000 000 $ Gretzky, Wayne = 6 000 000 $ Messier, Mark = 6 000 000 $ Joseph, Curtis = 5 500 000 $ Blake, Rob = 5 267 500 $ Zigmund Palffy = 5 200 000 $ Roy, Patrick = 5 113 260 $ Richter, Mike = 5 100 000 $ Francis, Ron = 5 000 000 $ Modano, Mike = 5 000 000 $ Jagr, Jaromir = 4 988 491 $ Yzerman, Steve = 4 800 000 $ Selanne, Teemu = 4 750 000 $ Turgeon, Pierre = 4 650 000 $ Hull, Brett = 4 500 000 $ MacInnis, Al = 4 500 000 $ Recchi, Mark = 4 500 000 $ Mogilny, Alexander = 4 200 000 $ Stevens, Scott = 4 152 579 $ Krupp, Uwe = 4 100 000 $ Tkachuk, Keith = 4 100 000 $ Bourque, Raymond = 4 000 000 $
  • 56. - Baseball Salaries Database
    Sort by Median salary. Total payroll. Top 25. Player. mellanby, scott. Year,Team, Total Salary, Position. 200304, St. Louis Blues, $ 2,000,000, RW. 2002-03,St.

    57. - Hockey Salaries Database
    Minors, Junior, Colleges, hockey directory, hockey archive, City Guides, Tools, Melichar,Josef, Moore, Steve. mellanby, scott, Moran, Ian. Meloche, Eric, Moreau, Ethan.

    58. Hockey Rookie Cards M
    McMorrow Sean 02/03 BAP Memorabilia 344 $2 Medvedev Andrei 00/01 Russian hockeyLeague 266 - $5 00/01 Russian hockey League 301 - $5 mellanby scott 88/89
    Hockey Rookie Cards M
    De Cartes De Rookie

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    MacInnis Al: 85/86 OPC #237 - $24 MacKenzie Derek: 98/99 Upper Deck Gold Reserve #404 - $2.50 Majesky Ivan 02/03 UD Portraits #115 (#0563/1500) - $3 02/03 UD Portraits #115 (#1170/1500) - $3 Malakhov Vladimir 90/91 OPC Red Army #2R - .30 91/92 Upper Deck #1 - .20 Malhotra Manny 97/98 Zenith Z-Silver #96 - $7 1998 Bowman CHL #10 - .40 1998 Bowman CHL #148 - .40 1998 Bowman CHL Scout's Choice #SC2 - $1.25 1998 Bowman Chrome CHL #148 - $1 Malone Ryan 03/04 Bowman Chrome #123 - $7 Maneluk Mike: 98/99 Upper Deck Gold Reserve #332 - .60 Manson Dave: 89/90 Topps #150 - .20 Mara Paul: 99/00 Pacific #400 - .40 (Larocque) 99/00 Upper Deck MVP 21st Century NHL #21st-7 - .40 Maracle Norm 91/92 7th Inning Sketch WHL #117 - $1.50 98/99 SPx Finite Radiance Sure Shots #144 (#0122/1300) - $5 (nrmt) 98/99 Upper Deck MVP #75 - .35 Marchant Todd 92/93 Upper Deck #606 - .25 Marchment Bryan 90/91 OPC Premier #99 - .25 Markov Daniil 98/99 Bowman's Best #123 - $1.50 Marleau Patrick 96/97 Upper Deck #384 - $5 Marshall Grant 90/91 OHL 7th Inning Sketch #88 - .50 Martin Matt 93/94 Donruss #497 - .15 93/94 Score CDN Gold Rush #635 - .25 Martin Paul

    59. Hockey-Night In Canada
    mellanby also brought in directional microphones to catch the sounds of crunchingbodies hockey Hall of Fame Magazine Inaugural Issue Toronto St Young, scott.
    HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA Canadian Sports Program Hockey Night in Canada is one of sports broadcasting's longest-running and most groundbreaking programs. The contractual foundation for the series was established on an Ontario golf course in 1929 with a handshake between Toronto Maple Leafs boss Conn Smythe and advertising agency owner Jack MacLaren. The agreement granted MacLaren and his General Motors client the radio rights to Leafs games once Maple Leaf Gardens had been built. The inaugural General Motors Hockey Broadcast subsequently aired on 12 November 1931, soon after the Gardens was completed, with Foster Hewitt calling a Leafs/Chicago Black Hawks match-up. That same night, a Montreal contest between the Canadiens and the New York Rangers was also transmitted. By the start of 1933, a 20-station hook-up relayed broadcasts in English from both Toronto and Montreal. A telephone survey estimated the combined per-game audience at just under a million in a country of less than ten million people; many of whom did not even own radio sets. A coast-to-coast ad hoc network for the program was in place by the end of the 1933-34 season. In 1936-37, Imperial Oil (another MacLaren client) replaced General Motors when GM of Canada's new president, freshly transferred from the United States, declared that he "did not believe hockey would sell cars." Meanwhile, on 1 January 1937, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) was launched as a public network and assumed national carriage of the program. Sometime thereafter, the series began to be identified as

    60. - Inside Sharks Hockey
    Box Scores Do No Justice The Blues came inches from tying the game at33 when scott mellanby missed on his own wide open net. After
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    Sharks control series 3-1
    4/13/04 - by Mike Lee
    It wasn't the controlled game the Sharks have become accustomed to this season, but their 4-3 victory over the St Louis Blues in Game 4 of their Western Conference match up got the job done. As a result, the Blues are on the verge of elimination in the 1st round as the Sharks continue to find ways to win. Steady goaltending and scoring from a different part of the lineup continues to carry San Jose, this time courtesy of goaltender Evgeni Nabokov, and forwards Alexander Korolyuk and Scott Thornton.
    What did you think of this game? Post your comments on the Feeder Forums Scoring T SJ STL 1st period - S.J, S. THORNTON (1) (M. RICCI, J. CHEECHOO), 06:29 STL, M. DANTON (1) (M. SILLINGER, B. SAVAGE), 11:25 2nd period - S.J, S. THORNTON (2) (J. CHEECHOO), 03:35 S.J, A. KOROLYUK (1) (K. MCLAREN, C. BROWN), 10:04

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