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in Salt Lake City, Utah. Led by his strong play, the Canadian team played their way to the gold medal match against Team USA, where Sakic had four points and helped the team win its first gold medal in 50 years. He was later named MVP of the tournament with a cumulative tally of four goals and six assists and became one of the first Canadian members of the Triple Gold Club. Sakic also played a part in Canada's triumph in the 2004 World Cup of Hockey


and the First Evangelical Church of Plano (Characters and organizations in the Year Zero alternate reality game#First Evangelical Church of Plano).


Luzhniki Ice Palace . The series was played at the height of the Cold War, and intense feelings of nationalism were aroused by the contest in both Canada and the Soviet Union. Game 2 was played at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto. Team Canada responded to their previous defeat with strong play in this game, with Tony Esposito taking over goaltending duties from Ken Dryden. With the score at 2-1 in the third period, Peter Mahovlich scored a remarkable shorthanded goal, in which he deked both the Soviet defender 1-on-1, then Tretiak to give Canada a two-goal lead. With enough momentum from the goal to defend their lead successfully, Team Canada won the game 4-1 and tied the series. Some sections of the Mississippi River appeared to run backward for a short time. Sand blows (Sand volcano) were common throughout the area, and can still be seen from the air in cultivated fields. The shockwaves propagated efficiently through the firm midwestern bedrock, with residents as far away as Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Norfolk, Virginia, awakened by intense shaking. Historic Earthquakes Church bells were reported to ring as far as Boston, Massachusetts and York, Ontario (now Toronto) (Toronto), and sidewalks were reported to have been cracked and broken in Washington, D.C. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet-168-95 1995 The Mississippi Valley-"Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" There were also reports of toppled chimneys in Maine. Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


, Canada before moving on to working for Burroughs (Burroughs Corporation) in Los Angeles as a Systems Analyst. With the Kings, Pálffy continued his strong play, often being paired with fellow Slovak Jozef Stümpel and Canadian (Canada) superstar Luc Robitaille. Injuries, specifically his shoulder, began to limit Pálffy's playing time. During the 2003–04 season (2003–04 NHL season), Pálffy's nagging shoulder kept him out of action for the majority of the season. After

at the Olympics, with Canada favoured to take gold in ice hockey (Ice hockey at the 1936 Winter Olympics). However, behind the strong play of goalie Jimmy Foster (James Foster (ice hockey player)) and several other players with dual Canadian-British citizenship, Great Britain was able to win every game and capture its first (and only) Olympic gold in ice hockey. thumbnail 450px A view from Quiniscoe Peak in Cathedral Provincial Park (Image:ViewFromQuiniscoePeak 1200W.jpg) '''Cathedral Provincial


at Nagano, Japan, after the event allowed NHL players to compete for the first time. Bothered by a knee injury, he only scored three points in four games, as the Canadian squad failed to meet expectations and finished in fourth. Sakic's second Olympic appearance came in the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. Led by his strong play, the Canadian team played their way to the gold medal match against Team USA, where Sakic had

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