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61. Power Play Stats
6, Don Whisler, 1, 1, 2, 8, steve Duros, 3, 1, 0, 4, Jason Baksa, 0, 0, 0,7, thomas Krell, 0, 1, 4, Midwest Collegiate Roller hockey League All rightsreserved.

62. Power Play Stats
1, Phillip Krawec, 0, 0, 0, 8, steve Duros, 1, 0, 6, 4, Jason Baksa, 0, 1, 0,7, thomas Krell, 1, 0, 4, Midwest Collegiate Roller hockey League All rightsreserved.

63. ST. THOMAS At UW-Stout Blue Devils - 11/10
Blue Devils Men s Ice hockey. ST. thomas at UWStout Blue Devils - 11/10. FirstPeriod. Goals. 1. 352ST. thomasBRYAN BOLF (0) (JOE MELQUIST, steve ARONSON)2
1999 UW-Stout Blue Devils Men's Ice Hockey
ST. THOMAS at UW-Stout Blue Devils - 11/10
First Period
1. 3:52ST. THOMASBRYAN BOLF (0) (JOE MELQUIST, STEVE ARONSON) 2. 4:06ST. THOMASERIC DARWITZ (0) (BRAD DAVIS) 3. 7:00UW-Stout Blue DevilsTom Schaffner (3) (Kelly Selix, Andy Anderson) 4. 11:47UW-Stout Blue DevilsGraham Lomen (5) (Luke Murray, Mark Corbett) 5. 17:23ST. THOMASTOM BENNETT (0) (MIKE MC MAHON) 6. 18:20ST. THOMASSTEVE ARONSON (0) (BRYAN BOLF, BRAD DAVIS)
7:27ST. THOMASBRAD DAVIS (2 Min) Interference 13:23UW-Stout Blue DevilsGreg Foster (2 Min) Hooking 15:04ST. THOMASBench/Served by RYAN FRANCIS (2 Min) Boarding 19:23UW-Stout Blue DevilsR.J. Schriefer (2 Min) Cross Checking
Second Period
7. 9:34UW-Stout Blue DevilsGraham Lomen (6) (Greg Foster, Matt Gehr) pp 8. 19:27UW-Stout Blue DevilsShane Maher (2) (Kevin Aube, Brad Weappa)
2:57ST. THOMASMIKE MC MAHON (2 Min) Tripping 8:38ST. THOMASSTEVE ARONSON (2 Min) Slashing 8:38UW-Stout Blue DevilsMark Corbett (2 Min) Slashing 9:12ST. THOMASLUKE VOLK (2 Min) Slashing 12:44UW-Stout Blue DevilsSteve Holeczy (2 Min) Slashing 16:20ST. THOMASBRAD WALZ (2 Min) High Sticking

64. - Hockey Club Sierre - Les Joueurs étrangers
Translate this page ZYBIN Alexander (A). GAGNE Wayne (A). LEFEVRE Patrice (A). 1991-92 *, AKOULININEIgor (A). GRAVES steve (A). JELINEK thomas (A). ROSOL Petr (A). SAPERGIA Brent(A).

65. - NHL Ducks Continue 'amazing' Run, Oust Top-seeded Stars
steve thomas, who had a goal and two assists, said surreal Surreal is an understatement, said thomas, acquired from Arturo Moreno, and has the hockey team up
document.write(''); ID: Password: Register Help Web SportsLine Home NFL NBA MLB ... Injuries GameCenter Anaheim vs. Dallas Game Stats Box Score Full Play-by-Play Recap Ducks continue 'amazing' run, oust top-seeded Stars May 6, 2003 wire reports ANAHEIM, Calif. The high-flying Anaheim Mighty Ducks are heading to their first conference finals after disposing of another favorite. Goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere and the Ducks move on. (AP) Defenseman Sandis Ozolinsh scored with 1:06 remaining in a wild third period Monday night to lift Anaheim to a 4-3 victory over the Dallas Stars. The victory gave the Ducks an improbable 4-2 series win over top-seeded Dallas in the Western Conference semifinals after seventh-seeded Anaheim swept defending Stanley Cup champion Detroit in the opening round. Steve Thomas, who had a goal and two assists, said "surreal" doesn't begin to describe what's going on with the Ducks. "Surreal is an understatement," said Thomas, acquired from Chicago at the March 11 trading deadline. "Beating Detroit was an accomplishment. Now, to beat the Stars, it is amazing." Ducks rookie coach Mike Babcock thought so, too.

66. NHL Hockey | Sports |
sportsmanship and dedication to hockey. Wings captain steve Yzerman won the NHLaward last year after coming back from major knee surgery. thomas was unsigned

67. Fantasy Hockey 2004
Team 11 Occupation Interests Quote PREVIOUS WEEK, Week Statistics RW ALL PLAYERSFantasy hockey 2004, NEXT WEEK. thomas,steve, CHI, 6, 6, 0-1-1, 0-0-0-, 10, 0, 1,2.

68. Inside College Hockey | Hobey Baker Award History
thomas Tom Lawler, Merrimack Bill Provencher, Bowdoin Ed Rick Strack, PlattsburghState steve Ulseth, Minnesota. Policy © 2002 Inside College hockey, Inc., All
An Associate Hobey Baker Memorial Award Finalists Hobey Baker Award Winners
Keith Ballard, Minnesota
Brandon Bochenski, North Dakota
Junior Lessard, Minnesota Duluth
Yann Danis, Brown
Derek Edwardson, Miami
Zach Parise, North Dakota
Steve Saviano, New Hampshire
Jim Slater, Michigan State
Tony Voce, Boston College
Ben Eaves, Boston College Chris Higgins, Yale Chris Kunitz, Ferris State Dave LeNeveu, Cornell John-Michael Liles, Michigan State Zach Parise, North Dakota Tom Preissing, Colorado College Peter Sejna, Colorado College Joe Tallari, Niagara R.J. Umberger, Ohio State Ryan Carter, Iona Marc Cavosie, Rensselaer Rob Collins, Ferris State Wade Dubielewicz, Denver

69. Manitoba Moose Hockey - AHL
199701, 2. Mike Prokopec, 13, 1999-00, 2. Scott thomas, 25, 1997-01,2 1996-98, 5. steve Brule, 11, 2000-01, 7. Yvon Corriveau, 17, 1994-96,5

More All-Time Leader Statistics
Most Power-Play Goals SEASON CAREER 1. Scott Thomas 1. Brett Hauer 2. Mike Prokopec 2. Scott Thomas 2. Greg Pankewicz 3. Ryan Ready 4. Andre Savage 3. Bill Bowler 5. Ryan Ready 3. Scott Arniel 5. Yvon Corriveau 6. Greg Pankewicz 5. Steve Brule 7. Yvon Corriveau 5. Scott McCrory 8. Kent Fearns 9. Bill Bowler 9. Steve Kariya 10. Rusty Fitzgerald 9. Justin Kurtz 10. Chris Govedaris
Most Shorthanded Goals SEASON CAREER 1. Dave Christian 1. Dave Christian 2. Dave Snuggerud 2. Jimmy Roy 2. Jimmy Roy 3. Tyler Bouck 2. Dave Christian 3. Pat Kavanagh 5. Pat Kavanagh 3. Dave Snuggerud 5. Dmitri Leonov 3. Stephane Morin 5. Stephane Morin 7. Dmitri Leonov 8. 15 players tied with 7. Kris Miller 7. Sean Williams 10. 15 players tied with
Most Game Winning Goals SEASON CAREER 1. Scott Thomas 1. Scott Thomas 2. Bill Bowler 2. Jimmy Roy 3. Kent Fearns 2. Bill Bowler 3. Mike Prokopec 4. Brandon Reid 5. Brad Leeb 4. Greg Pankewicz 5. Pat Kavanagh 4. Kent Fearns 5. Greg Pankewicz 7. Stephane Morin 5. Stephane Morin 7. Ralph Intranuovo 5. Brad Purdie 9. 4 tied with

70. RDS - Le Hockey Sans Limites
89 Koivu, Saku 1,675,000 NJER 90 MacLean, John 1,655,687 VANC 91 Lumme, Jyrki 1,635,000DALL 92 Zubov, Sergei 1,625,000 NJER 93 thomas, steve 1,613,259 CHIC 94
Salaires par équipe
Salaire des joueurs de la LNH(1996-1997)
       Équipe NO.   Joueur                               Salaire
       PITT      1   Lemieux, Mario                    11,321,429   
       NYRA      2   Messier, Mark Douglas              6,000,000   
       NYRA      3   Gretzky, Wayne                     5,047,500   
       VANC      4   Bure, Pavel                        5,000,000   
       BUFF      5   LaFontaine, Pat                    4,600,000   
       DETR      6   Yzerman, Steve                     4,492,349   
       DENV      7   Roy, Patrick                       4,455,944   
       SLOU      8   Hull, Brett                        4,400,000   
       BUFF      9   Hasek, Dominik                     4,200,000   
       DETR     10   Fedorov, Sergei                    4,200,000           PHIL     11   Lindros, Eric                      4,182,000           VANC     12   Mogilny, Alexander                 4,075,000           PITT     13   Jagr, Jaromir                      4,050,000           NJER     14   Stevens, Scott                     3,750,000   

71. Hockey Trade Rumors - Hockey Information And Rumors - Rocks Report: Klee, Thomas
could be a welcome addition. steve thomas is the most surprising veteranto not sign with a team yet. His playoff run with Anaheim

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... The Soccer Times HTR Affiliate Sites Spectors Rumors Canucks Central Mofo Sports Outside The Garden ... Russian Prospects Great Sites writes "What could be the main reason why these proven players have not been signed by a team. The main reason is the stingent General Managers are nowkeeping one eye on the up and coming lockout. Ken Klee has been patiently waiting for the suitable contract from the perfect team since July 1st. Klee's agent has been telling teams that Klee wants a 2 year deal, and will not settle for anything less. Klee should be attractive to the teams that would need the services of a reasonably experienced defencemen. The teams that have been reported to be interested are Atlanta, Carolina and Toronto. Carolina has dropped in the running since they signed Bughner and Markov, so they are not interested. Chances are that Klee will hold out well into the season, and if the Leafs are unhappy with thier prospect defencemen, Klee could be a welcome addition. Steve Thomas is the most surprising veteran to not sign with a team yet. His playoff run with Anaheim was admirable, and he definately improved his value by playing all the way into the stanley cup finals. I really dont see any reason why he would not be signed, but the most likely reason is his age. At 40 years old, his body is very close to the end of the line, and perhaps the teams are putting thier prospects into play to give them some playing time before the lockout year, in which many players might retire, and leave holes for the prospects to fill. I could expect Steve to sign either in November-January with a struggling team, or sign at the trade deadline with a playoff contender, in need of veteran experience.

72. Top People In UK Industry [H]
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73. 2003-04 AUS MEN'S HOCKEY - St. Thomas Tommies
thomas Tommies hockey Statistics (FINAL 23 1 2 3 27 2 3-6 0 0 0 6 Charles Gill 131 0 1 10 -4 2-4 0 0 0 13 1 0 1 10 -4 2-4 0 0 0 25 steve MacPherson 18
St. Thomas Tommies
Game Results
2003-04 AUS MEN'S HOCKEY St. Thomas Tommies Game Results (FINAL) All games Overall Conference Date Opponent Score Shots Record Record Time Attend Goalie of record - - * Oct 17, 2003 at StFX X-Men L 34/37 0- 1- 0- 1- 2:16 1223 Andrew Sim * Oct 18, 2003 at Saint Mary's Huskies W 25/30 1- 1- 1- 1- 2:23 300 Aaron Molnar * Oct 24 2003 STFX X-MEN L OT 36/32 1- 2- 1- 2- 138 mins Aaron Molnar * Oct 25, 2003 SAINT MARY'S HUSKIES L 37/32 1- 3- 1- 3- 2:15 Aaron Molnar * Oct 29, 2003 UNB VARSITY REDS L 35/36 1- 4- 1- 4- 2:21 Aaron Molnar * Nov 01, 2003 at Acadia Axemen

74. Kent State University Roller Hockey Club
University Roller hockey Club Team. Top Row (L to R) Scott Matheney, Ryan Bajzer,Duane thomas, John Baum, Dan Brindle Bottom Row (L to R) - steve Crane, Nick
The Kent State University Roller Hockey Club Team
Top Row (L to R) - Scott Matheney, Ryan Bajzer, Duane Thomas, John Baum, Dan Brindle
Bottom Row (L to R) - Steve Crane, Nick Sally, Aaron Breudigam, Steve Murawa,
Derek Hicks, BJ Yuhnke, Scott Hogamier. 1999-2000 Roster Number Name Postition Year Height Weight Hometown Dan Pastore G Junior 5'7" East Palestine, OH Ryan Bajzer D Senior 6'1" Cleveland, OH Steve Crane F Sophomore 6'1" Pittsburgh, PA Scott Matheney F Sophomore 6'1" Canton, OH Derek Hicks F Sophomore 6'0" Ragersville, OH Dan Brindle F Senior 6'2" Canfield, OH Eric Swiatek F Sophomore 6'1" Parma, OH Aaron Breudigam D Sophomore 5'9" Parma, OH Scott Hogamier F Senior 5'8" Chardon, OH Kevin Surbella F Freshman 6'1" Ashtabula, OH Steve Murawa G Sophomore 5'7" Spring Arbor, MI Nick Sally D Senior 6'0" Pittsburgh, PA Cary Smith D Freshman 6'1" Columbus, OH Duane Thomas F Senior 6'3" Boardman, OH Justin Weaver F Senior 6'2" Cranberry, PA Gideon Geer F Sophomore 5'10" Shady Side, OH Team Stats
Pos No.

75. Centre Sport Statistics. NHL. Teams
hockey. NHL. Mironov, Boris, 64, 4, 14, 18, 68, 1, 0, 0, 0, 2. thomas,steve, 34, 11, 4, 15, 17, 5, 1, 1, 2, 0. Spacek, Jaroslav, 60, 3, 10,13, 29, , -, -, -, -.

76. VWC  Field Hockey
Recipient of the Coaches Award in field hockey and softball as a senior. A fan ofathlete Jenny Flecher. Daughter of steve and Linda thomas; has an older
VWC Field Hockey Jennifer Thomas "I selected Virginia Wesleyan because the people are very nice and helpful." Year: First Year Major: Accounting Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA Height: 5-5 High School: Bayside Position: Back If I could meet a famous person from any time period it would be: "George Bush. He's a great person." VWC CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS SHOTS TOTALS HIGH SCHOOL ACCOLADES Earned 7 varsity letters competing in field hockey and softball Second team All-Beach District honoree in field hockey as a senior Recipient of the Coaches Award in field hockey and softball as a senior Two-time All-Beach District honoree in softball Graduated with a 3.54 grade point average National Honor Roll student as a senior Also considered Trinity College, Lynchburg College, and Virginia Intermont College before selecting VWC PERSONAL Enjoys all types of music Favorites include the movie "How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days"

77. STLtoday - Prep Sports - Hockey
Nick Dreyer, Waterloo, 6. Ryan thomas, Granite City, 5. Neil McHatton, Wood River,5. Kyle Tierney, DeSmet MVCHA, 3. steve Krieger, DeSmet MVCHA, 3. ZT Evans, Columbia,3.
Pick A School Affton Althoff Alton Alton Marquette Belleville East Belleville West John Burroughs Cahokia CBC Chaminade Civic Memorial Clayton Collinsville Columbia DeSmet DeSmet MVCHA DuBourg Duchesne Wood River Edwardsville Eureka Fox Freeburg Ft. Zumwalt North Ft. Zumwalt South Ft. Zumwalt West Granite City Granite CityM Hazelwood Central Hazelwood West Highland Holt Howell Howell Central Howell North Jerseyville Kirkwood Ladue Lafayette Lindbergh Lutheran South Marquette McCluer North Mehlville MICDS O'Fallon Oakville Parkway Central Parkway North Parkway South Parkway West Pattonville Piasa Southwestern Priory Rockhurst Roxana Seckman SLUH St. Charles West St. Mary's Summit Triad Vianney Waterloo Webster Groves Westminster Whitfield
Pick A Conference Mid St.-Metro Mid St.-Sub. Cent. Mid St.-Sub. North Mid St.-Sub. South

78. German Hockey: 3rd Division Upperleague South/Middle/North 1986/87
Translate this page Morton, Heiko Niere *), James Münch *), Gerhard Schaaf *), steve Pepin (CAN Defence,thomas Reichel. Letzte Änderung / last update ©German hockey Home Page.
3rd Division Upperleague
Oberliga 1986/87
Group South
Deggendorfer EC
Christian Helber G Goali Christian Helber
EV Dingolfing
Dave Mogush, Gerald Riedl
ERC Ingolstadt
Oliver Vieten F Franz Wech G Goali Franz Wech Forward Oliver Vieten Darrell Stanwood, Bernhard Retzer, Phil Mills
SC Memmingen
Daniel Burns, Brent Gropp, Edgar Lill
TEV Miesbach
Angreifer Michael Rumrich , Max Ostermeier (Ostermaier) *) Jeffrey Vaive *), Christian Eibl, Manfred Pikl
EV Moosburg
EC Hedos Munich
Season - Saison 1987/88
Danny (Dany) Lowson
End of Carrier
Karriereende F Harald Schwaiger G Jiri Uhlir D Alois Stauder Saller Brian Ashton G Roman Bartik Werner Bernrieder Hagenreiner Reinhold Grzesicek Filgis Goali Brian Ashton, Harald Schwaiger Defence Forward Achim Arians *), Stefan Moosleitner *), Alfred Raab *), Vitus mitterfellner *), Robert Jakobec *), Danny Lowson (CAN) Trainer Eduard Derkits - later Holger Ustorf
EHC 80 Nuernberg
Season - Saison 1987/88

End of Carrier
Karriereende Materak
End of Carrier Karrierende Garry Slezak Filser Moses Goali Karl Ortmeier *) Defence Peter Gehrmann *) Brad Hinterberger *) , Siegfried Pfaffinger *) Forward Friedrich Ondrich *) Trainer Richard Neubauer
TSV Peissenberg
EC Peiting
EV Pfronten
Stephan Sinner D Defence Stephan Sinner Herbert Gmeinder, Steve Driscoll, Gerhard Kubak

79. UNH Athletics - Men's Hockey
hockey Game Box Score (Final) 20022003 hockey East Association New Hampshire 1 22 Tyler Scott 1 7 8 steve Saviano 0 7 4 21 Troy Riddle 2 0 26 thomas Vanek 0
Choose Sport... Women's Sports Basketball Crew Cross Country Field Hockey Gymnastics Ice Hockey Indoor Track Lacrosse Outdoor Track Skiing Soccer Swimming/Diving Tennis Volleyball Men's Sports Basketball Cross Country Football Ice Hockey Indoor Track Outdoor Track Skiing Soccer Swimming/Diving Tennis
Sean Collins
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April 12, 2003
New Hampshire Falls to Minnesota in NCAA Title Game
Buffalo, NY - Minnesota scored four third-period goals to win its second-consecutive National Championship with a 5-1 win against New Hampshire on Saturday night in front of 18,759 at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, NY.
Superb freshman Thomas Vanek made a terrific individual move in the offensive end to cut across the middle and make UNH netminder Mike Ayers commit. Vanek then slid the puck past Ayers to give Minnesota a 2-1 lead at 8:14 of the third period. It was Vanek's 31st goal of the season.
Vanek set up Jon Waibel for his eighth goal of the year to give the Gophers a 3-1 lead at 11:25.
Barry Tallackson, who hit a post with a shorthanded breakaway in the closing moments of the second period, made it 4-1 on the power-play at 13:34. Gino Guyer made a great cross-ice pass from the right-wing corner to set up Tallackson for his eighth goal of the season.

80. UNH Athletics - Men's Hockey
hockey Game Box Score (Final) 20022003 hockey East Association 5 New 2nd 1710 UNHEV Nathan Martz/8 steve Saviano/13 6,16 4 3rd 0133 UMA EV thomas Pock/12
Choose Sport... Women's Sports Basketball Crew Cross Country Field Hockey Gymnastics Ice Hockey Indoor Track Lacrosse Outdoor Track Skiing Soccer Swimming/Diving Tennis Volleyball Men's Sports Basketball Cross Country Football Ice Hockey Indoor Track Outdoor Track Skiing Soccer Swimming/Diving Tennis
Josh Prudden
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January 19, 2003
New Hampshire men's hockey edges UMass, 4-3
AMHERST, Mass. - New Hampshire scored two goals in a four-minute span in the third period, and then held off a UMass rally late in the game to defeat the Minutemen, 4-3, in Hockey East action on Sunday. The loss, UMass' third in a row, drops its record to 13-10-1 overall and 7-8-0 in Hockey East, good for a tie for fourth place.
UMass wasted little time getting on the board. Mike Warner (Waltham, Mass.) fired a shot at UNH goalie Mike Ayers that kicked off to the left that Greg Mauldin (Holliston, Mass.) rebounded and stuck the puck under the crossbar for his 12th goal of the year, just 51 seconds into the contest. Tim Turner (Saginaw, Mich.) also assisted on the goal. The goal for Mauldin earned him his 50th career point at UMass.
However, New Hampshire answered midway in the first period when Sean Collins capped off a 2-on-1 break, by sticking the puck into the back of the net past a diving Michael Waidlich (Millers Falls, Mass.) at the 13:03 mark to knot the score at 1-1. The Wildcats then went up 2-1 late in the second period, when Nathan Martz scored in a pile-up in front of the net. Martz poked the puck out of Waidlich's glove as he had it covered, and slid it into the back of the net at the 17:10 mark of second stanza.

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