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1959–60 NCAA mens ice hockey season

The 1959–60 NCAA mens ice hockey season began in November 1959 and concluded with the 1960 NCAA Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 19, 1960 at the Boston Arena in Boston, Massachusetts. This was the 13th season in which an NCA ...

1973–74 NCAA Division I mens ice hockey season

The 1973–74 NCAA Division I mens ice hockey season began in October 1973 and concluded with the 1974 NCAA Division I Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 16, 1974 at the Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. This was the 27th ...

1972–73 NCAA University Division mens ice hockey season

The 1972–73 NCAA University Division mens ice hockey season began in November 1972 and concluded with the 1973 NCAA University Division Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 17, 1973 at the Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. ...

1958–59 NCAA mens ice hockey season

The 1958–59 NCAA mens ice hockey season began in November 1958 and concluded with the 1959 NCAA Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 14, 1959 at the RPI Field House in Troy, New York. This was the 12th season in which an NCAA ic ...

1952–53 NCAA mens ice hockey season

The 1952–53 NCAA mens ice hockey season began in November 1952 and concluded with the 1953 NCAA Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 14, 1953 at the Broadmoor Ice Palace in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This was the 6th season in ...

2007 NCAA Division I Mens Ice Hockey Tournament

The 2007 NCAA Mens Division I Ice Hockey Tournament involved 16 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division I college ice hockey as the culmination of the 2006–07 season. The tournament bega ...

1966–67 NCAA University Division mens ice hockey season

The 1966–67 NCAA University Division mens ice hockey season began in November 1966 and concluded with the 1967 NCAA University Division Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 18, 1967 at the Onondaga County War Memorial in Syracus ...

1960–61 NCAA mens ice hockey season

The 1960–61 NCAA mens ice hockey season began in November 1960 and concluded with the 1961 NCAA Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 18, 1961 at the University of Denver Arena in Denver, Colorado. This was the 14th season in whi ...

1986–87 NCAA Division III mens ice hockey season

The 1986–87 NCAA Division III mens ice hockey season began in November 1986 and concluded on March 21 of the following year. This was the 14th season of Division III college ice hockey. In 1990 the NCAA ruled that Plattsburgh State had violated r ...

1964–65 NCAA University Division mens ice hockey season

The 1964–65 NCAA University Division mens ice hockey season began in November 1964 and concluded with the 1965 NCAA University Division Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 20, 1965 at the Meehan Auditorium in Providence, Rhode ...

1962–63 NCAA mens ice hockey season

The 1962–63 NCAA mens ice hockey season began in November 1962 and concluded with the 1963 NCAA Division I Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 16, 1963 at the McHugh Forum in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. This was the 16th seas ...

1986–87 NCAA Division I mens ice hockey season

The 1986–87 NCAA Division I mens ice hockey season began in October 1986 and concluded with the 1987 NCAA Division I Mens Ice Hockey Tournaments championship game on March 28, 1987 at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan. This was the 40th se ...

1900–01 Columbia mens ice hockey season

Prior to the Holiday break, team manager R. S. Woodward asked the universitys permission for the ice hockey team to travel to Pittsburgh for a 4-game set against local athletic clubs. He did so because the ice hockey club was $75 in debt and the ...

Nick Johnson

Nic, Nicholas or Nick Johnson may refer to: Nicholas Johnson sculptor, died 1624, English church monument maker Nick Johnson basketball born 1992, American basketball player Nicholas Johnson Paymaster of the Forces, English royal administrator, d ...

Angus Cameron

Angus Cameron may refer to: Angus Cameron ice hockey 1921–1993, Canadian ice hockey player Angus Cameron rugby union 1929–1991, Scottish rugby union player Angus Cameron academic 1941–1983, Canadian academic Angus Cameron colonial administrator 1 ...

Robert Kennedy (disambiguation)

Robert F. Kennedy was an American politician. Robert Kennedy may also refer to: Robert E. Kennedy university dean, university administrator Robert Kennedy high jumper 1916–2004, British Olympic athlete Robert E. Kennedy university president 1915– ...

Robert Murphy

Irish Bob Murphy 1922–1961, American light heavyweight boxer Bob Murphy rower born 1950, New Zealand representative rower Rob Murphy basketball born 1973, American head basketball coach Rob Murphy ice hockey born 1969, Canadian retired ice hockey ...

Scott Smith

Scott Smith director, Canadian director Scott Smith author born 1965, American novelist and screenwriter Scott Smith musician 1955–2000, bassist of Loverboy Scott D. Smith born 1953, American sound engineer Scott Michael Smith born 1984, American ...

John Riley

John Bernard Riley born 1954, jazz drummer John Riley painter 1646–1691, British portrait painter John Riley poet 1937–1978, English poet associated with the British Poetry Revival

Edward Harrison

Edward Harrison may refer to: Edward Alfred Harrison, American architect Edward Harrison, the pen name used by Edward Norton while he was screenwriting the 2008 movie The Incredible Hulk Edward Harrison timpanist, Lyric Opera of Chicago principal ...

William Burns

William Burns may refer to: William Burnes 1721–1784, father of poet Robert Burns Bill Burns Australian politician 1933–2009, member of the Australian House of Representatives William Chalmers Burns 1815–1868, Scottish evangelist and missionary W ...

Chris Hall

Chris Hall may refer to: Christopher Hall producer born 1957, TV producer Chris Hall defensive back born 1970, American football defensive back Chris Hall offensive lineman born 1987, American football offensive lineman Chris Hall lacrosse 1950-2 ...

Jack Murphy

Jack Murphy Irish politician 1920–1984, Irish republican and independent politician Jack M. Murphy 1925–1984, Republican Lieutenant Governor of Idaho Jack Murphy Georgia politician, state senator from Georgia U.S. state Jack Murphy Florida politi ...

John Broderick

John Broderick may refer to: John Broderick producer 1942–2001, American film producer, entertainer and editor Johnny Broderick 1894-1966, New York City police detective John R. Broderick born 1957, current president of Old Dominion University Jo ...

David Rodriguez

David Rodriguez may refer to: David Rodriguez swimmer, Cuban swimmer; see Swimming at the 2009 World Aquatics Championships David Rodriguez boxer born 1977, American heavyweight boxer David Rodriguez Rivera, Salvadoran priest David Rodriguez sing ...

Charles Brand

Charles Brand may refer to: Charles Brand water polo 1916–1984, British Olympic water polo player Charles Amarin Brand 1920–2013, French prelate of the Roman Catholic Church Charles Brand of Dundee, a firm of housebreakers Charles Hillyer Brand 1 ...

Charles Lambert

Charles Lambert may refer to: Charles-Richard Lambert died 1862, American musician, conductor and music educator Charles Lambert author born 1953, English novelist and short-story writer Charles Lambert Archdeacon of Lancaster 1894–1983, British ...

Robert Simmons

Robert or Rob Simmons may refer to: Robert G. Simmons 1891–1969, U.S. Representative from Nebraska Robert Malcolm Simmons born 1938, director of the Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics at Kings College London Rob Simmons born 1943, ...

Daniel Carter

Daniel P. Carter born 1972, bassist with A Daniel Carter musician born 1945, American jazz musician active in New York City Daniel Carter LDS composer born 1955, American composer in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Rugby

Rugby Fives, a handball game, similar to squash, played in an enclosed court Underwater Rugby, an underwater sport played in a swimming pool and named after rugby football

James Evans

Jimmy Evans 1894–1975, Welsh international footballer Jim Evans rugby union born 1980, English rugby union player Jim Evans wide receiver born 1939, American football wide receiver and kick returner James Evans cricketer 1891–1973, English cricke ...

Oliver Smith

Oliver Smith may refer to: Oliver Smith born 1766, bequest established Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School Oliver H. Smith 1794–1859, American politician, U.S. Representative and Senator from Indiana Oliver Smith football coach born 196 ...

Marcus Smith

Marcus Smith may refer to: Marcus Smith rugby player born 1999, English rugby union player Marcus Smith wide receiver born 1985, American football wide receiver Marcus Smith II born 1992, American football defensive end Marcus Smith defensive lin ...

David Evans

Sir David Emrys Evans 1891–1966, Welsh classicist and university principal David Stanley Evans 1916–2004, British astronomer David Evans Yale professor born 1970, professor of geology and geophysics at Yale University David A. Evans born 1941, or ...

John Lamb

John Lamb may refer to: John Lamb Australian politician 1790–1862, New South Wales politician John Lamb congressman 1840–1924, United States Congressman from Virginia John Lamb musician born 1933, jazz double bassist with the Duke Ellington Orche ...

Stephen Porter

Stephen Porter may refer to: Stephen G. Porter 1869–1930, Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania Stephen Porter professor, professor of oral medicine at the Eastman Dental Institute of University College London S ...

William Crawford

William Broderick Crawford 1911–1986, American film actor Bill Crawford cartoonist 1913–1982, American editorial cartoonist William Crawford knight, character in epic poem about Scottish knight William Wallace William L. Crawford 1911–1984, U.S. ...

Charles Cathcart

Charles Cathcart may refer to: Charles W. Cathcart 1809–1888, United States Representative and Senator from Indiana Charles Cathcart, 9th Lord Cathcart 1721–1776, British soldier and diplomat Charles Cathcart, 2nd Earl Cathcart 1783–1859, British ...

Elwood

In Australia Elwood, Victoria In the United States of America Elwood-Magnolia, New Jersey Elwood, Indiana Elwood, Nebraska Elwood, Kansas Elwood, Illinois Elwood, Utah Elwood, New York Elwood, Missouri

Caveman (disambiguation)

A caveman is a popular stylized characterization of how early humans or hominids looked and behaved. A cave dweller is a real human being who lives in a cave or under a cliff. Caveman and/or cavemen may also refer to:

Ben Jones

Ben Jones halfback 1899–1929, American football halfback Ben Jones offensive lineman born 1989, American football offensive lineman Ben A. Jones 1882–1961, American thoroughbred horse trainer Ben Jones racing driver 1903–1938, American racecar driver

Daniel Thomas

Daniel Thomas may refer to: Daniel Thomas safety born 1998, American football safety Daniel Thomas athlete born 1937, Tanzanian Olympic sprinter Daniel Thomas Emmerdale, a character in the soap opera Emmerdale Dan Thomas footballer born 1991, Eng ...

Anthony Walker

Anthony Walker American Football, American football player Tony Walker born 1959, American baseball player Anthony Walker rugby league, rugby league player Anthony Walker rower born 1939, Australian Olympic rower

Stephen Jones

Stephen Graham Jones born 1972, American author Stephen Jones editor 1763–1827, English magazine editor Stephen Jones musician born 1951, Australian music and video artist Stephen Oscar Jones 1880–1967, American composer Poppy Stephen Jones autho ...

James Connolly (disambiguation)

James Connolly was an Irish socialist leader. James Connolly may also refer to: James L. Connolly 1909–1982, Canadian politician James Bell Connolly 1892–1970, Australian politician Jimmy Connolly footballer, Ireland footballer James P. Connolly, ...

Frank Young

Frank Young may refer to: Frank L. Young 1860–1930, New York assemblyman and Supreme Court justice Frank Albert Young 1876–1941, United States Marine and Medal of Honor recipient Frank A. Young sportswriter 1884–1957, pioneering African American ...

Charles Thompson

Charles H. Thompson Illinois 1882–1972, Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court in 1945, 1946, 1949, and 1950 Charles W. Thompson Kansas politician 1867–1950, Lieutenant Governor of Kansas Charles Winston Thompson 1860–1904, US Representative ...

Michael Allen

Michael Allen rugby union born 1990, Irish rugby union player Michael Allen footballer born 1949, English footballer Michael Allen Canadian football born 1964, Canadian football player Michael Allen cricketer 1933–1995, English cricketer Mick All ...

Thomas Kennedy

Thomas Kennedy Australian politician 1860–1929, Australian politician Thomas Kennedy, 9th Earl of Cassilis bef. 1733–1775, Scottish peer, Marquess of Ailsa Thomas Francis Kennedy 1788–1879, Scottish Member of Parliament for Ayr Burghs 1818–1834 T ...

Kim Kostron

Kim Kostron is a former American long track speed skater. She represented the United States at international competitions. As a junior she became the world champion in 1977 in Inzell where she also set 2 junior world records. She participated 5 t ...