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List Of University Of Maine People - Alumni - Sports
... Cindy Blodgett, basketball player in the WNBA and head women's basketball coach at the University of Maine ... to Impact Wrestling Mike Buck, NFL, New Orleans Saints Jack Capuano, NHL Defenseman Asst ... York Islanders AHL affiliate, Bridgeport Sound Tigers Jeff Cross NBA player, Los Angeles Clippers Rick Carlisle, NBA player, Dallas Mavericks coach (transferred to University of Virginia) Stephen Cooper, Linebacker ...
Park Lawn Cemetery - Notable Interments - Hockey Players
... Harold Ballard - minor league hockey coach, manager, NHL owner Toronto Maple Leafs Glen Brydson - NHL player Busher Jackson - NHL player Butch Keeling - NHL player, minor league coach, NHL referee ...
Sault Ste. Marie Walk Of Fame - Inductees
... and visionary 2006 Ken Danby artist 2006 Ron Francis NHL player 2006 Joanie and Gary McGuffin adventurers, conservationists, and authors 2006 Ted Nolan NHL- and junior-level hockey coach 2006 Kevin ...
List Of People From Calgary - Athletes
... Mark Astley - former NHL player Cori Bartel - curler Hank Bassen- former NHL goalie Nolan Baumgartner - professional ice hockey player Jay Beagle - NHL player Chelsey Bell - curler Cheryl ... Sheena Lawrick - Olympic softball player Peter Lougheed - former CFL player and Premier of Alberta Ed Lukowich - curler Kevin McKenna - professional soccer player Curtis Myden ... professional wrestler Jason Smith - retired professional ice hockey player Ari Taub - Olympic Greco-Roman wrestler Mark Tewksbury - Olympic gold medalist swimming ...
List Of People From Peterborough, Ontario - Athletes
... Steve Chiasson, (1967–1999) National Hockey League player Scotty Bowman, former hockey coach, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens Mike Fisher, NHL player with the Nashville Predators Bob ... Marc Savard, professional hockey player ... Zac Bierk, former professional hockey player and brother of Sebastian Bach ...

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    The flattering, if arbitrary, label, First Lady of the Theatre, takes its toll. The demands are great, not only in energy but eventually in dramatic focus. It is difficult, if not impossible, for a star to occupy an inch of space without bursting seams, cramping everyone else’s style and unbalancing a play. No matter how self-effacing a famous player may be, he makes an entrance as a casual neighbor and the audience interest shifts to the house next door.
    Helen Hayes (1900–1993)