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- A Hockey card is a type of trading card typically printed on some sort of card stock, featuring one or more hockey players or other hockey-related editorial and are typically found in countries such as Canada, the United States, Finland and Sweden where hockey is a popular sport and there are
- (hockey card) A card that features a hockey player or team. The first hockey card was also the first card issued for any major sport. It was issued in 1879. Unlike football and basketball cards, hockey cards were widely produced prior to World War II.
- a play in which there is a concentration of players in one location on the field of play; "they used a power play to return the kickoff"
- (ice hockey) a play in which one team has a numerical advantage over the other as a result of penalties; "the team was unable to capitalize on the power play"
- Tactics exhibiting or intended to increase a person's power or influence
- Tactics in a team sport involving the concentration of players at a particular point
- The use of physical strength to defeat one's opponent in a sport through sheer force
- an aggressive attempt to compel acquiescence by the concentration or manipulation of power; "she laughed at this sexual power play and walked away"
Open public spaces are in short supply on the Lower East Side, and dingy but lively Columbus Park is popular with Chinatown residents both young and old. In this park, older Chinese women play cards for dimes or have their fortunes told while Chinese men gamble over checkers. The park lies where a huddle of decrepit tenements known as Mulberry Bend once stood. In the last quarter of the 19th century, Mulberry Bend was New York's worst slum, as evinced by the frightening nomenclature it acquired – the filthy tenements went by names such as Bone Alley, Kerosene Row, and Bandits' Roost. Such brawling street gangs as the Dead Rabbits, Plug Uglies, and Whyos were the powers of Mulberry Bend, and police ventured into the area only in platoons of 10 or more.
Mulberry Bend remained New York's disgrace until social reformer Jacob Riis managed to stir up public rage to the point where city officials were obliged to raze the slum between 1892 and 1894. For the last century, Riis's vision of a clean place for neighborhood children to play has been a reality: there's a big playground, and games of basketball, baseball, or hockey are almost always in progress.
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Frank Xavier "Moose" Goheen (February 9, 1894 in White Bear Lake, Minnesota – November 13, 1979 in White Bear Lake, Minnesota) was an American amateur ice hockey forward.
Moose Goheen was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1952 and the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 1973.
Goheen turned professional with the St. Paul Hockey Club starting in the 1925-26 season after having turned down offers from Boston and Toronto of the National Hockey League because of a reluctance to leave his employment in St. Paul with the Northern States Power Company.
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