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  • Intergenerational Trauma

    Intergenerational trauma is a term that is used to describe traumatic events that have impacted a cultural group in one generation, which can have lasting psychological, economical, or cultural effects on future generations. Although it can exist in serious and unfortunate occurrences like residential schools, intergenerational trauma can also be light-hearted, riveting and fun in relation to sport rivalries. Sport fans are well aware that not all games are created equal and that some games are in fact more important than others. With this in mind, there is one particular matchup that can trump all others, which is undoubtedly one against a rival. The Toronto Maple Leafs-Montreal Canadiens rivalry is well known to be the longest and most…

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  • The Cold War On Ice Bobby Orr Analysis

    Bobby Orr, who used to be a professional player for the NHL team the Boston Bruins, can be seen flying across the ice after scoring the game-winning goal of game four in the Stanley Cup Final of 1970. This photograph was taken by Ray Lussier at the old Boston Garden on May 10th, 1970. It represents one of the most famous goals in hockey history giving Boston its first Stanley Cup win in a long time. The photograph symbolizes the spirit hockey has and the Boston Bruins. It is a very interesting…

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  • Wayne Gretzky: The Great One

    Wayne Gretzky: The Great One Wayne Gretzky was the best player in NHL to ever live and there's no doubting it. He has broke so many records and has set most records. He has won the cup 4 times and played with 4 different teams. He also has coached for a couple years. He has done a lot in the NHL, hence the name ‘The Great One’. Gretzky played from 1979 - 1999 and in between those 20 years he played in 1,487 games. Throughout those 1,487 games he racked up 2,857. 894 were goals and 1,963 were…

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  • Informative Essay On Ice Hockey

    the team. The bruins became conflicted on whether to play as a skilled team or a tough team and it led to their demise last season (Marracino). There is also no coincidence that the Panthers are in third place in the entire Eastern Conference this season, while the Bruins are on the outside looking in for a playoff spot. Another great example is All Star John Scott. The catch to John Scott being an All Star is that he has 5 career NHL goals (Blanchard). Scott is the definition of a goon, a…

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  • Informative Essay: The Great Sport Of Hockey

    This is the great sport of hockey there are a few things that I will be talking about hockey. One is the history of hockey so being like all of the players all of the teams all of the stanley cup finals (the championships of hockey). Also great hockey players so players that were really good and made a difference in hockey. The last one being great hockey records so like different records from back then that havent been broken yet even until this day. When you get to know a lot about hockey…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Detroit Red Wings

    “Good afternoon hockey fans, Im Doc Emrick beside Eddie Olczyk, we are here in Detroit Michigan at Joe Louis Arena! We have a good game coming, San Jose Sharks vs. Detroit Red Wings game 7 of the 2016 Stanley Cup Finals”. “Yeah Doc, this has been a tough series, very physical game play by these two teams, we've seen stats we have never seen before in the cup finals, each team is averaging 60 shots on goal a game, that is insane!” “Thanks Eddie, now we go to center ice for the puck drop.” …

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  • Research Paper On Ice Skating

    The History of Ice Skating and Its Massive Popularity As with all sports, ice skating was something that stemmed from curiosity about whether it could be done and became something that others enjoyed doing as well. However, ice skating is one of the few sports that immediately drew massive popularity. It is also interesting because it is a sport that was thousands of years ago. To help you gain a better understanding of the history and popularity of ice skating, you should check out the facts…

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  • Fighting In Hockey Research Paper

    Does Fighting Have a Place in Hockey? Hockey is a sport played all over the world by people of all ages. Just like any other sport, hockey has experienced changes over the years it has been played. Rule changes, CBA renegotiations, and style of play are a few changes that come to mind, but there is another potential change coming to the sport: fighting. For many years the question has been whether or not fighting should be allowed in hockey. The issue is complex and impactful, and it can be…

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  • Mario Lemieux Research Paper

    Mario Lemieux Changed the history of ice hockey, the city of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Mario Lemieux also known as Super Mario or Mr. 66 made pittsburgh a place where football and baseball wasnt the only important sports in the city he added hockey to the market. Super Mario was one of the greatest ever and this is why. Mario Lemieux was a small boy coming out of Montreal, Canada. Lemieux was born on October 5,1965 and soon…

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  • Winnipeg Jets Case Study

    Maybe you think the Winnipeg Jets are garbage but listen here, listen good, and listen up. Pause your 21 savage, tell your boys to simmer down, and put down your phone. I’m going to explain to you why the Winnipeg Jets will be the most established team in the NHL in the next couple of years. The Winnipeg Jets are a great team because of the different skill sets of the players on the team. You probably heard the Winnipeg Jets are straight up trash but please hear me out. The Jets currently have a…

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