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KEVIN LOWE
SMYTH
NATIONAL LACROSSE LEAGUE
BILL RANFORD
SASKATOON
DETROIT RED WINGS
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS
EDMONTON WATERLOO MERCURYS
CJCA
EDMONTON MANNING
EDMONTON STRATHCONA
CBXFT
EDMONTON -AREA RIDING
EDMONTON CRETACEOUS
THREE GOALS
CENTRAL ALBERTA
SAM GAGNER
EDMONTON TRANSIT SYSTEM
STANLEY CUP FINALS
WEST EDMONTON MALL
EDMONTON SUN
FORT MCMURRAY
CINDERELLA EDMONTON OILER TEAM
EDMONTON OILERS LAST SEASON
EDMONTON OILERS SCORES
WHA
FERNANDO PISANI
NORTHLANDS COLISEUM
HERITAGE CLASSIC
DOWNTOWN EDMONTON
WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION
WAYNE GRETZKY
EDMONTON JOURNAL
EDMONTON RUSH
EDMONTON OIL KINGS
EDMONTON ESKIMOS
TELEVISION ACTOR
JULY
CENTRE
GRETZKY
SCORING
ONTARIO
WINDSOR
POWER
FAVOURED
SETTLING
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Edmonton is an area in the east of the London Borough of Enfield, distinct from Enfield Town.
  2. Edmonton is the most northerly major city in Canada, and serves as a gateway and hub for resource development in northern Canada. (Web site)
  3. Edmonton is a place in the eastern part of the London Borough of Enfield. (Web site)
  4. Edmonton, the capital city of Alberta, is located just south of the centre of the province. (Web site)
  5. Edmonton is the capital of the province of Alberta and holds all main provincial areas of government such as the Provincial Legislature of Alberta.

Kevin Lowe

  1. That’s life as an alpine skiing star when you’re betrothed to Kevin Lowe, the general manager of the Edmonton Oilers. (Web site)

Smyth

  1. It should take the wind out of the sails of the team just because Smyth was the guy in Edmonton. (Web site)
  2. Smyth was selected 6th overall in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft by the Edmonton Oilers. (Web site)

National Lacrosse League

  1. June 27, 1981 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian lacrosse player who plays for the Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League. (Web site)

Bill Ranford

  1. Less than a year later, he was dealt, along with Mariusz Czerkawski and a first-round draft choice to the Edmonton Oilers for Bill Ranford. (Web site)

Saskatoon

  1. To come in the fall are stations in Montreal, Edmonton and Kitchener with applications in for Saskatoon and Regina.

Detroit Red Wings

  1. Nothing has come easy this season for the Detroit Red Wings against the Edmonton Oilers, the NHL's worst team.
  2. Carson only played two seasons in Edmonton before being traded to the Detroit Red Wings. (Web site)

Philadelphia Flyers

  1. The Edmonton Oilers once again regained control of top spot in the NHL and last year's best team, the Philadelphia Flyers slipped to second.
  2. Ken Hitchcock (born December 17, 1951 in Edmonton, Alberta) is an NHL hockey coach who currently coaches the Philadelphia Flyers.

Edmonton Waterloo Mercurys

  1. Canada beat the U.S. to win the gold medal 50 years to the day after the Edmonton Waterloo Mercurys won the nation's last gold medal in ice hockey.

Cjca

  1. Around the time he joined with CJCA, Bill Matheson also joined CITV-TV in Edmonton as its weatherman.

Edmonton Manning

  1. Edmonton Manning is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Canada.

Edmonton Strathcona

  1. She has been a volunteer in constituency associations, including Edmonton Strathcona, Edmonton Manning and other ridings.

Cbxft

  1. CBXFT is Radio-Canada 's television station serving Franco-Albertans in Edmonton and some parts of Alberta.

Edmonton -Area Riding

  1. It first entered Parliament in 1989 when Deborah Grey won a by-election in an Edmonton -area riding. (Web site)

Edmonton Cretaceous

  1. A new trachodont dinosaur, Hypacrosaurus, from the Edmonton Cretaceous of Alberta.

Three Goals

  1. Edmonton scored three goals on its first 10 shots. (Web site)

Central Alberta

  1. Lesser Slave Lake is a lake located in central Alberta, Canada, northwest of Edmonton. (Web site)

Sam Gagner

  1. Sam Gagner, whose power-play goal 3:43 in gave Edmonton its only lead at 2-1, lost control of the puck on the Oilers' final attempt. (Web site)

Edmonton Transit System

  1. The Edmonton Transit System, also called ETS, is the public transit service which is owned and operated by the city of Edmonton, Alberta.
  2. Edmonton Transit System Serves Edmonton, Canada with bus, light rail, and subway systems.

Stanley Cup Finals

  1. Game Five in Edmonton was close, but the Stars prevailed, 3-2, to win the series 4-1 and go to the Stanley Cup Finals.
  2. Boston last appeared in the Stanley Cup Finals in 1990, losing 4 games to 1 to the Edmonton Oilers. (Web site)

West Edmonton Mall

  1. The title of the largest enclosed shopping mall was held by the West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada for 20 years. (Web site)

Edmonton Sun

  1. Lesser-known media sources, such as the Khaleej Times in the United Arab Emirates, the Edmonton Sun in Canada and B92 in Serbia, also featured the event.
  2. Kirsten Sweetland is a young, up and coming triathlete, referred to by the Edmonton Sun as " The best junior in triathlon in 20 years".

Fort Mcmurray

  1. Alta Flights is in its fifteenth year of business and operates a fleet of twenty four aircraft from bases in Edmonton, Calgary, and Fort McMurray.

Cinderella Edmonton Oiler Team

  1. Peca was part of the cinderella Edmonton Oiler team that made a run to the Stanley Cup Finals.

Edmonton Oilers Last Season

  1. Pisani, 33, had four goals and four assists in 40 games with the Edmonton Oilers last season.

Edmonton Oilers Scores

  1. February 24 - Wayne Gretzky of the Edmonton Oilers scores his 77th goal of the National Hockey League season, breaking the previous record of 76.

Wha

  1. The Edmonton Oilers became the first National Hockey League team in Alberta as they were absorbed by the NHL when the WHA folded. (Web site)
  2. Had his most productive season in 1978-79 with Edmonton (WHA) winning 41 games. (Web site)

Fernando Pisani

  1. Fernando Pisani (born 27 December, 1976 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a professional ice hockey winger.

Northlands Coliseum

  1. The Oilers completed the sweep, 6–3, back at Northlands Coliseum in Edmonton, in what was originally scheduled as Game Five.

Heritage Classic

  1. In 2003, Montreal defeated the Edmonton Oilers in the Heritage Classic, the first outdoor game in NHL history.

Downtown Edmonton

  1. April 22 at 8:27am John M Sheffield I like what Gretzkey, Coffey and Messier did, they took Stanley for a walk through downtown Edmonton.

World Hockey Association

  1. In 1978, he signed with the Indianapolis Racers of the World Hockey Association (WHA), where he briefly played before being traded to the Edmonton Oilers. (Web site)
  2. The World Hockey Association had envisioned that franchises in Calgary and Edmonton would create an effective rivalry. (Web site)

Wayne Gretzky

  1. Wayne Gretzky was 19 years, 5 months old in 1979-80 when he captured the first of eight consecutive Hart Trophies with the Edmonton Oilers. (Web site)
  2. August 9 - Wayne Gretzky is traded from the Edmonton Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings, in one of the most controversial transactions in ice hockey history.
  3. Wayne Gretzky 's first period goal gave Edmonton a lead they would protect fiercely throughout in a decidedly more defensive game on both sides. (Web site)

Edmonton Journal

  1. Edmonton has two large-circulation daily newspapers, the Edmonton Journal and the Edmonton Sun. (Web site)
  2. CJCA was originally owned and operated by the Edmonton Journal, and was later purchased by Selkirk Communications. (Web site)

Edmonton Rush

  1. There is a possibility of an NLL preseason game in Vancouver before the 2009 season, likely featuring the Colorado Mammoth and Edmonton Rush.

Edmonton Oil Kings

  1. While known as the Edmonton Oil Kings, the team won the Memorial Cup twice and was runner-up seven times.

Edmonton Eskimos

  1. The third season, 1923-24, saw the Calgary Tigers go from third overall in a four team league to first and the Edmonton Eskimos go from first to worst.
  2. CJCA was also home for the Edmonton Eskimos and Edmonton Trappers. (Web site)
  3. Morrison joined the Edmonton Eskimos of the WCHL in 1921, and played four seasons with the club. (Web site)

Television Actor

  1. Kenneth Welsh (born 1942 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian film and television actor (sometimes credited as Ken Welsh).

July

  1. On July 6, 2007, Vanek signed a seven-year $50 million offer sheet with the Edmonton Oilers as a Restricted Free Agent.
  2. Chris Dingman (born July 6, 1976 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player.

Centre

  1. A few days earlier, on November 17, 2003, the Edmonton Oilers desperately needed a centre, and signed veteran Adam Oates to a contract. (Web site)

Gretzky

  1. The following season, Gretzky became the NHL's all-time leading scorer when he passed Gordie Howe's total of 1,850 points at Edmonton on October 15, 1989. (Web site)
  2. Skalbania told Gretzky he would be moved, offering him a choice between Edmonton and Winnipeg. (Web site)
  3. Gretzky was a little over 23 when his Edmonton Oilers won their first championship in May 1984. (Web site)

Scoring

  1. Edmonton got off to a good start when Sergei Samsonov opened the scoring at 8:40 of the first period.

Ontario

  1. January 11, 1978 in Beamsville, Ontario) is a lacrosse player for the Edmonton Rush in the National Lacrosse League. (Web site)

Windsor

  1. Other North American orchestras have included those of Edmonton, Halifax, Québec, Windsor and México City.
  2. As expected, Taylor Hall from Windsor of the OHL has been taken number one by the Edmonton Oilers.

Power

  1. Power notched his first career IndyCar win in last year's race at Edmonton.

Favoured

  1. Edmonton would meet the San Jose Sharks in the Conference Semifinal and were not favoured to win again.

Settling

  1. In the 1970s Miller toured with Big Joe Turner, then moved to Canada, settling in Edmonton, Alberta.
  2. Field is from Edmonton and worked in Vancouver with pianist Don Thompson and Ian McDougall before settling in Toronto in the 70s.

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