Ice Hockey Player

Some articles on player, ice hockey, ice hockey player, hockey:

Sweeney (name) - People With The Surname Sweeney
... American politician Bill Sweeney (first baseman), (1904–1957), professional baseball player Bill Sweeney (ice hockey) (born 1937), Canadian, professional ice hockey player Bill Sweeney (infielder), (1886–1948 ... civil rights activist Don Sweeney, (born 1966), Canadian, professional ice hockey player Ed Sweeney, (1888–1947), professional baseball player Ed Sweeney (American football) (born 1949), American football coach and ... British actor Hank Sweeney, (1915–1980), American, professional baseball player James Sweeney, various James Johnson Sweeney, (1900–1986), museum curator James Joseph Sweeney, (1898–1968), American, Roman ...
List Of Slovenian Americans - List - Entertainment - Sports
... Mike Adamle - American football player - Northwestern Wildcats and NFL - also a television and radio sports reporter and WWE wrestling announcer Tony Adamle - American football ...
Lamoureux
... botanist, and ecologist Jean-Philippe Lamoureux (born 1984), American professional ice hockey player brother of Jocelyne and Monique Jocelyne Lamoureux (born 1989), American ...
List Of People From Laval, Quebec - D
... Alexandre Daigle, ice hockey player Gerry Dattilio, former football player Maud Debien, former politician Yves Demers, former politician Alexandre Despatie, Olympic ...
Lundberg - People
... model Brian Lundberg (born 1960), former National Hockey League player Britt Lundberg (born 1963), Finnish politician in the Åland Islands Ebbot Lundberg, lead singer of the Swedish rock band The Soundtrack of Our ... and portrait painter Henrik Lundberg (born 1991), Swedish professional ice hockey player Jennifer Palm Lundberg (born 1986), Miss World Sweden 2008 John Lundberg (born 1968), English ...

Famous quotes containing the words player and/or ice:

    There has been in our time a lack of reliance on language and a lack of experimentation which are frightening to anyone who sees them as symptoms. We know the phenomenon of stage-fright: it holds the player shivering, incapable of speech or action. Perhaps there is an audience-fright which the play can feel, which leaves him with these incapacities.
    Muriel Rukeyser (1913–1980)

    The awaited scream rises,
    the shattering
    of glass and the cracking
    of bone
    a polar tumult as when
    black ice booms....
    Denise Levertov (b. 1923)