Introduction to Ice Age - Club Career of Ice Age

Club career of Ice Age

Early careerHe started his career with Lillehammer in the 200001 GET-ligaen season, and Trondheim Black Panthers in the 200102 season, before moving to Storhamar Dragons before the 200203 season.

Moving abroadIn 2006, he signed with the Swedish team Arboga in HockeyAllsvenskan, where he played 40 matches before moving to Nykping.

Back home23 May 2008, Spets decided to move back to Norway and play for Vlerenga Ishockey. Four months later he got united with his younger brother, Lars Erik Spets, when he signed for the same club. In the 200910 GET-ligaen season, he finished fourth in the point statistics.


Vladimir Shadrin of Ice Age

Vladimir Nikolaevich Shadrin (born June 6, 1948 in Moscow, Soviet Union) is a retired ice hockey centre who played in the Soviet Hockey League from 1964 to 1979 for HC Spartak Moscow. He also played in the Japan Ice Hockey League for Oji Seishi between 1979 and 1983. He was inducted into the Russian and Soviet Hockey Hall of Fame in 1971.

Shadrin is best known to North American hockey fans as one of the stars of the Soviet team that played Team Canada in the famous 1972 Summit Series. During this series he finished second in team scoring, behind Alexander Yakushev, with 3 goals and 5 assists for 8 points.


Dave Hutchison (ice hockey) of Ice Age

David Joseph Hutchison (born May 2, 1952, in London, Ontario) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player. Hutchison played for the Philadelphia Blazers and Vancouver Blazers of the World Hockey Association, plus the Los Angeles Kings, Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Black Hawks and New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League. He was noted for his aggressive, hard-nosed defensive play more than his offensive prowess. In 681 career professional games, he racked up 1735 penalty minutes to go along with 131 points, and often played in a defensive tandem with more flashy defensemen such as Borje Salming and Doug Wilson. He retired in 1983


Bob Murphy (ice hockey) of Ice Age

Bob Murphy (born January 27, 1951) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player. He was selected by the Vancouver Canucks in the 11th round (102nd overall) of the 1971 NHL Amateur Draft.

Born in 1951 in Toronto, Ontario, Murphy began his professional career in 1971 with the Syracuse Blazers of the Eastern Hockey League, and played five seasons in the minor leagues before retiring following the 1975-76 season as a member of the Maine Nordiques of the North American Hockey League.

Murphy was known as a gritty offensive forward who played 298 professional games, scoring 113 goals and 268 points, while racking up 247 penalty minutes.


Yorick Treille of Ice Age

Yorick Treille (born July 15, 1980) is a French former professional ice hockey forward. Treille was drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks of the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1999, but never played in the NHL. He went to university at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and has played for the Providence Bruins and Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League, as well as teams in Finland, Switzerland, and Germany. Treille has played for the French national team multiple World Championships, as well as the 2002 Winter Olympics. His brother, Sacha Treille, is also an ice hockey player, and has played for the French national team


Brown Tournament of Ice Age

The Jim Brown Memorial Trophy Tournament is an annually awarded interstate ice hockey championship trophy in Australia. In 2014 it was for senior men aged 17 years and older with the condition that players of the Australian Ice Hockey League that are 20 years and younger must have played less than 6 games to remain eligible. The current trophy is in the form of a shield and is the third trophy to bear the Brown family name. The trophy is named after Scottish born James Archibald Brown. The Brown Trophy is competed for in a series of games between state representative teams in what is called The Brown Tournament


Alexander Golikov of Ice Age

Aleksandr Nikolayevich Golikov (Russian: ) (born November 26, 1952) is a Russian former ice hockey player.

Golikov played in the Soviet Championship League for Khimik Voskresensk and Dynamo Moscow. He also played for the Soviet Union national ice hockey team and was a member of the 1980 Winter Olympics team in Lake Placid, winning a silver medal. He was the top Soviet goal scorer at the games, scoring a hat trick in the first game against Japan.

He often played alongside his younger brother Vladimir Golikov who also played in the 1980 Olympics for the Soviet Union.


Raoul Le Mat of Ice Age

Raoul Le Mat (September 3, 1875 February 15, 1947) was an American film director and ice hockey coach, most famous for introducing ice hockey in Sweden during the early 1920s.

Together with Ernest Viberg and Thomas Cahill, Le Mat introduced ice hockey in Sweden, and coached the Swedish national team in their first international tournament at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium. He was also the founding member of the Swedish Ice Hockey Association. When the first Swedish Championship in ice hockey was played in 1922, Le Mat refereed the final game.

The Swedish Hockey League's Le Mat Trophy is named after Le Mat and was donated by him, with the monetary support of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, in 1926.


Inn Glacier of Ice Age

The Inn Glacier (German: Inn-Gletscher), also called the Inn Valley Glacier (Inntal-Gletscher). was the ice age glacier of the Alpine river, the Inn. Originating in the Swiss Upper and Lower Engadine (in the present canton of Graubnden), it flowed through the state of Tyrol in Austria (occupying the present day Inn Valley). On German territory it pushed its ice front far into the Bavarian Alpine Foreland. The Inn Glacier attained its greatest thickness and extent during the Riss glaciation (Old moraines). The overwhelming part of the landforms seen today in the valley carved by the Inn Glacier date, however, to the last ice age, the Wrm glaciation (Young moraines).


Dan Bolduc of Ice Age

Daniel George "Danny" Bolduc (born April 6, 1953) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played in the National Hockey League and World Hockey Association between 1976 and 1984.

Bolduc grew up in Waterville, Maine and attended Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts from 1970 to 1972. He played three years at Harvard University before joining the Olympic team.

Bolduc was a member of the Detroit Red Wings and Calgary Flames of the NHL as well as the WHA New England Whalers after starring for the US team in the 1976 Winter Olympics as well as the Harvard University men's hockey team in the early 1970s. He also represented the United States in the 1976 Canada Cup and 1979 Ice Hockey World Championship.


Awards of Ice Age

Among others he has received this individual recognitions:

First prize for choreography at the Eighth Choreographic Contest of Spanish Dance and Flamenco de Madrid.

First Prize for Choreography at the First International Dance Competition, Teatro Central in Seville.

Prize for best young choreographer Harlequin 2009.

MAX Award for Outstanding Performance Arts Dance Men.With his choreography, skaters have won:

2002 Olympic gold medal in ice dancing, won by Marina Anissina & Gwendal Peizerat. Najarro choreographed their "Flamenco" original dance.

2007 World bronze medal, Grand Prix Final gold medal and 2008 European silver medal, won by Swiss Stphane Lambiel. Najarro choreographed "Poet" and "Otoo Porteo".


Martin trba (ice hockey) of Ice Age

Martin trba (born March 22, 1976) is a Czech former professional ice hockey right winger. He is currently head coach of the HC Slavia Praha of the Chance Liga.

trba played in the Czech Extraliga for HC esk Budjovice, HC Bl Tygi Liberec, HC Sparta Praha and BK Mlad Boleslav. He also played in the Russian Superleague for HC Spartak Moscow and the Tipsport Liga for HKM Zvolen.

After retiring in 2013, trba became assistant coach for Motor esk Budjovice in 2016 and later head coach for Pirti Chomutov in 2019. On April 8, 2020, trba was named head coach of Slavia Praha.


Biography of Ice Age

As a youth, Featherstone played in the 1981 Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament with the Toronto Young Nationals minor ice hockey team.

Featherstone was drafted 73rd overall by the St. Louis Blues in the 1986 NHL Entry Draft and made his NHL debut playing for the Blues in 1988. He also played for the Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, Hartford Whalers and the Calgary Flames. In total, Featherstone played 384 regular season games, scoring 19 goals and 61 assists for 80 points and collecting 939 penalty minutes.

He left the NHL after the 1997 season to play in the International Hockey League, playing for the Indianapolis Ice and the Chicago Wolves. After the league folded in 2001, Featherstone retired.


Hockey career of Ice Age

Born in Valleyfield, Quebec, Leduc first played senior level hockey for the Montreal Aiglons of the Montreal Hockey Association in 1907-08. In 1908-09, he played for the Montreal Le National, and played with their ill-fated team in the CHA in 190910. After the CHA folded, he joined the original Montreal Canadiens, known as 'Les Canadiens' for the season. He would play one further season with the Canadiens club in 191112. Leduc also played in senior leagues such as the Montreal City Senior Hockey League with Montreal Champtre, finishing his career in 191415 with the Nationals.

Career statistics


Martin tajnoch of Ice Age

Martin tajnoch (born 15 September 1990) is a Slovak professional ice hockey defenceman who is currently an unrestricted free agent who most recently played for the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL). He has formerly played in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) with HC Slovan Bratislava and HC Yugra.

During his second season in 201819 with Austrian club, EC Red Bull Salzburg of the EBEL, tajnoch left nearing the completion of the regular season having appeared in 42 games, to join neighbouring league the DEL with the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers for the remainder of the campaign on February 14, 2019. He registered 2 assists in 5 playoff contests.


Awards and honors of Ice Age

Karandin was presented with a golden diploma from the IIHF in 1987, in recognition of his service. In 2004, he was inducted into both the Russian Hockey Hall of Fame, and the IIHF Hall of Fame. He was honored by the IIHF during the 2004 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships. He also refereed a hockey legends game during the 2004 event, featuring former star players from Russia, Canada, Finland, Sweden, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. In 2014, he attended the opening of the Russian Hockey Hall of Fame museum in Moscow. In July 2018, Karandin was appointed an honorary vice-president of the Ice Hockey Federation of Russia.



Dylife Gorge of Ice Age

The Dylife Gorge, located near Dylife, Powys, Mid Wales, was carved by the action (and aftermath) of the last Ice age. It is headed by the Ffrwd Fawr Waterfall.

Before the last Ice age, the River Twymyn did not flow through the valley. When the valley was filled by a glacier, the ice ground out a U-shaped glaciated valley. When the glacier that filled the valley melted the Twymyn started to run down the wide channel left behind and the fast flowing river further eroded the valley, cutting the V-shaped gorge as seen today.

The long-distance footpath Glyndr's Way (Welsh: Llwybr Glyndr) passes nearby.


NHL Career of Ice Age

Right-winger George Francis "Duke" Harris played 26 NHL games in 1967-68, mostly with the Minnesota North Stars. He was best known as a reliable goal scorer in the minors and the WHA.

Minnesota North Stars / Toronto Maple LeafsHarris played one season with the Minnesota North Stars, during which he was traded to Toronto. Harris saw spot duty in 22 games for the expansion club then was sent to the Toronto Maple Leafs as part of the package used to acquired winger J.P. Parise. He only played four games for his new club then was relegated to the minors.


Jacek Kawalec of Ice Age

Jacek Kawalec (born 29 September 1961 in Warsaw) is a Polish actor, game show and television personality.

He gained popularity as a host of one of the first American shows to be licensed and remade to be broadcast on Polish television - 'Randka w ciemno' (the format of The Dating Game). After he quit the show in 1998, due to a fire accident which was broadcast live, Kawalec became a dubbing actor in animated films with leading roles in such hits as Finding Nemo (Gdzie jest Nemo?) or Ice Age (Epoka lodowcowa).

In 2006 he received a role in the popular TVP TV series Ranczo; he created (20062009, 20112016) the character of a local teacher of Polish literature.

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