Wheat Kings

Some articles on wheat kings, wheat:

Keystone Centre
... Westman Communications Group Place, is the home of the Brandon Wheat Kings of the Western Hockey League and the annual Royal Manitoba Winter Fair ... The Wheat Kings, playing as the host team, advanced to the championship game, but came up short against the heavily favored Windsor Spitfires ... construction of the Canad Inns hotel that replaced the Manex Arena, the former home of the Wheat Kings ...
Codey Burki - Career Statistics
... Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM 2002–03 Brandon Wheat Kings WHL 0 ... — — — — — 2003–04 Brandon Wheat Kings WHL 0. 2004–05 Brandon Wheat Kings WHL 23. 48 ...
1976–77 WCHL Season - Regular Season - Scoring Leaders
... Pts = Points PIM = Penalties in minutes Player Team GP G A Pts PIM Bill Derlago Brandon Wheat Kings 63 ... Ray Allison Brandon Wheat Kings 198 ... Brian Propp Brandon Wheat ...
Brayden Schenn - Hockey Career - Junior
... Schenn started his major junior career with the Brandon Wheat Kings in 2007–08 ... Schenn finished his first season as the Wheat Kings' leading scorer and as the top rookie scorer in the WHL tallying 28 goals and 43 assists for 71 points, earning him the Jim Piggott ... He also picked up the Wheat Kings team awards for Rookie of the Year and Most Popular Player ...
1963–64 MJHL Season - All-Star Teams
... All-Star Team Goaltender Ken Kachulak Brandon Wheat Kings Defencemen Bob Ash Brandon Wheat Kings Jim Murray Brandon Wheat Kings Centreman Felix LaVallee Brandon Wheat Kings Leftwinger Ted ...

Famous quotes containing the words kings and/or wheat:

    Happy are your wives! Happy are these your servants, who continually attend you and hear your wisdom!
    Bible: Hebrew, 1 Kings 10:8.

    The queen of Sheba to Solomon.

    I’m hurt, hurt and humiliated beyond endurance, seeing the wheat ripening, the fountains never ceasing to give water, the sheep bearing hundreds of lambs, the she-dogs, until it seems the whole country rises to show me its tender sleeping young while I feel two hammer-blows here instead of the mouth of my child.
    Federico García Lorca (1898–1936)