GLOBAL HOCKEY CAMPS : HOCKEY CAMPS
GLOBAL HOCKEY CAMPS : PHOENIX COYOTES HOCKEY SCHEDULE
Global Hockey Camps
The back of my camp blanket has all my Girl Guide bages. There are two Pathfinder badges underneath, but I never got around to sewing the rest on. After Pathfinders I attended Cadets for a year and then stopped, so I never filled up the rest of my blanket.
I'm trying to label the badges I can remember.
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HESPELER HOCKEY : HESPELER
HESPELER HOCKEY : WORRIOR HOCKEY STICK : JUNIOR HOCKEY GAMES
Hespeler Hockey Team
ROOS HILL HOCKEY CLUB 1922
Back Row: L. Dickson, H. Kohli, J.Pearce, O.Breich
Middle Row: F. Pearce, J. Courtney, T. Pearce, B. Pearce, Paul O'Krafka
Front Row: Adolph O'Krafka, H. Etherington, S. Mundy, P. Lindhorst, Claus O'Krafka, K. Entwistle
(thanks "tokrafka" for the names)
Oh here... can I help cushion your fall?
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CHEXX BUBBLE HOCKEY TABLE - HOCKEY TABLE
Chexx bubble hockey table - Listen to canucks hockey.
Chexx Bubble Hockey Table
Life In A bubble
I still playing catch up but am nearly there now.
More bubbles on another day ,as bubbles are fun and I wanted to try and reflect myself in the bubble as sometimes I do feel like my world is like the inside of a bubble.
I have to say it did not quite turn out like the idea in my head but im quite ok with the result,I think the idea in my head is impossible but I will try once more in the future.
I'm making the transition from shooting in AV mode to full manual mode. i really like how much control it gives me in regards to the feel of photo i am looking for. i feel it really does make a difference.
I caught the angel outside blowing bubbles and thought i would take a couple shots. I really like what i came up with....
Side Note: I miss being a kid :(
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BEANPOT HOCKEY TOURNAMENT - BEANPOT HOCKEY
Beanpot Hockey Tournament - Hockey Goalies - Official Hockey Puck
Beanpot Hockey Tournament
NCAA Hockey: Beanpot Tournament; Consolation game, Harvard vs Boston University
February 14, 2011: Garrett Noonan #13 puts the puck past goalie Grant Rollheiser #35 in the second period during the 59th Annual Beanpot Hockey Tournament game held at the TD Garden, Boston, MA.
NCAA Hockey: Beanpot Tournament; Consolation game, Harvard vs Boston University
February 14, 2011: Harvard's Ryan Carroll #35 and Michael Biega #27 celebrate a third period goal during the 59th Annual Beanpot Hockey Tournament game held at the TD Garden, Boston, MA.
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PLAY ROLLER HOCKEY : ROLLER HOCKEY
PLAY ROLLER HOCKEY : WORLD HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP 2011 ROSTERS : HOCKEY STICKS S17.
Play Roller Hockey
Roller Hockey Match
There were regional teams from all over Finland playing with each other. Ice Hockey is a national obsession like Cricket in India and is followed closely. In summer Ice Hockey is replaced by Hockey played on rollerblades and the ice puck is replaced by the ball.
Roller Hockey Match
There were regional teams from all over Finland playing with each other. Ice Hockey is a national obsession like Cricket in India and is followed closely. In summer ICe Hockey is replaced by Hockey played on skates and the ice puck is replaced by the ball.
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HOCKEY DRILLS VIDEO : DRILLS VIDEO
Hockey drills video : Easton s15 hockey skates
Hockey Drills Video
A pneumatic drill or jackhammer is a portable percussive-drill, operated by compressed air and used to drill rock, break up pavement, etc. It works in the manner of a hammer and chisel , by jabbing with its bit, not by rotating it. A drill, driven by compressed air, which rotates its cutting bit is called an air-drill or, more familiarly, a windy-drill. The word jackhammer is used in the North American English and in Australia, whilst pneumatic drill is used elsewhere in the English speaking world.
The sound of the repeated hammer-blows combined with the explosive exhaust of the air, makes pneumatic jackhammers dangerously noisy, emitting 100 decibels at two meters. Sound-blocking earmuffs must be worn by the operator to prevent a form of hearing damage of which tinnitus is the main symptom. Also, prolonged exposure to the very pronounced vibration set up by the tool can lead to blood-circulation failures in the fingers.
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take it from the corner along the boards and around the assistant and back down the center for a shot on goal
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HAWKS HOCKEY LOGO : HOCKEY LOGO
Hawks Hockey Logo : Hockey Town Usa.
Hawks Hockey Logo
Black Hawks logo portrait NO Text RH
Original design by Jeff Parsons, tweaked and color mods by myself
My First Hawks Jersey - Detail
The Indian Head. Unfortunately there are bleach stains on it.
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INTERNATIONAL SILVER STICK HOCKEY TOURNAMENT. STICK HOC
International silver stick hockey tournament. 2010 hockey predictions.
International Silver Stick Hockey Tournament
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Lapeer Storm player Barry Braun reacts after missing a goal against the Westland Warriors. Lapeer went on to win the game 7-5 in the International Silver Stick Regional Hockey Tournament.
Silver Stick Hockey Tournament - St. Clair County, MI
The Silver Stick International Hockey Youth tournament is held annually in Port Huron, Michigan
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INTERNATIONAL ICE HOCKEY TOURNAMENT - INTERNATIONAL ICE
International ice hockey tournament - Mcdonalds hockey helmet commercial - Hockey trivia board game
International Ice Hockey Tournament
84. SPENGLER CUP DAVOS
DAVOS/SWITZERLAND, 28DEZ10 - Die Scheibe geht Reto Berra, HC Davos, ins Netz. Szene waehrend des 6. Spengler-Cup-Spieles von HC Davos gegen Team Canada anlaesslich des 84. Internationalen Eishockey-Turnieres um den Spengler Cup, am Dienstag, 28. Dezember 2010 in Davos.
Impression of the ice hockey game HC Davos vs. Team Canada during the 84. international ice hockey tournament for the Spengler Cup on December 28, 2010 in Davos/Switzerland.
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2nd Philippine International Hockey Tournament Finals
2nd Philippine International Hockey Tournament
SM Mall of Asia, Philippines
July 3, 2010
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HOCKEY PLAYER DIES FROM FIGHT - HOCKEY PLAYER DIES
HOCKEY PLAYER DIES FROM FIGHT - TSN HOCKEY TRADE RUMORS.
Hockey Player Dies From Fight
Fight for your rights! No one else will do that for you!
Two male muted swans fighting over a female.
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JUNIOR HOCKEY FIGHT. HOCKEY FIGHT
Junior hockey fight. Iginla hockey school.
Junior Hockey Fight
Dziurzynski and Cowen mix it up in the first period at The Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon. The Blades defeated the Rebels 7-5. I like this shot for a couple of reasons. One, there's fans in the seats in the lower level, and two, the various expressions of the fans, from excitement to indifference.
Pre-meditated center-ice fight (Devon LeBlanc vs. Brett Ponich)
Ponich currently has a +/- of -39.
He's also 6'7".
Gee, I wonder what his role on the team is.
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ONLINE HOCKEY GAMES : ONLINE HOCKEY
ONLINE HOCKEY GAMES : AURORA TIGERS HOCKEY TEAM.
Online Hockey Games
Panthers v. Thrashers Hockey Groupon
So we bought the Coach's Club level tickets to the Panthers vs Thrashers
hockey game on Jan 5 and had a great time. It was all you could eat & drink
(including booze!). We had front row tickets in the upper level and we
noticed that the mascot (Stan) was walking around the lower level. My
girlfriend and I sneaked past security to get to him to take this pic. We
had a blast!! Hope the risk of getting kicked out was worth it to try to win
the $100 in credit.
What a Game!
Attached you’ll find two pictures of Jarrod and me redeeming my most recent
Groupon. Who doesn’t look hockey, beer and especially zambonis?!!
The Bruins won by the way, it was quite the game. Plus, we educated the
everyone sitting around us about Groupon and why we were taking photos. I
bet you planned that!
(The Tennis Hall of Fame – my job - has done two Groupons of our own in the
past year. We’re all Groupon addicts!)
Thanks a million for the great bargains, JB
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PICTURES OF HOCKEY NETS. PICTURES OF
Pictures Of Hockey Nets. Trailer Park Boys Hockey Jersey.
Pictures Of Hockey Nets
Emma's 1st Hockey Practice
These pictures were taken by both Ben and I and can I just say that taking pictures inside of a hockey rink is often very challenging. Between the glass, the netting, the bad angles and the lighting, it's tough to get a nice shot. But between the two of us, we took a few that captured her first hockey practice.
Pre-season Hockey Game between Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs
During the first period of hockey while I was capturing a picture of Toronto's new net minder, Gustavsson!
George E. Norkus - Photography
If you need custom photography, contact me.
Please remember to give me proper credit for this photograph.
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SECOND HAND HOCKEY SKATES. HOCKEY SKATES
SECOND HAND HOCKEY SKATES. ROLLER HOCKEY DRILLS. WOMENS HOCKEY CAMP
Second Hand Hockey Skates
Take What is Yours
My wife and I recently watched Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'hoole. It didn't make an owl lover out of my wife, but she enjoyed it a lot more than she thought she would. I thought it was fantastic, but the realization that I've never seen an owl in the city, let alone at a time when there's enough light for photography, had me a bit down.
I set out to the North Woods this morning, hopeful that I might spot an owl. The entire forest was silent, save for a few squirrels that scurried around the forest floor. Eventually I came upon a woman throwing bread out for the animals. Initially it was only attracting squirrels, but as I waited, birds took notice and began to flock to the area. I'd settle for that.
As I was considering heading home early, I spotted a hawk silently descending on a squirrel. I was too slow to get my camera up and capture the scene - the squirrel scrambled to safety, and the hawk flew to a branch, resting briefly before flying farther into the forest. It wasn't an owl, but I felt lucky to have seen it all the same. (Note: based on my uploads and outings it probably seems that there are a million hawks in Central Park, but they're rarer than that.)
I waited around, hopeful that the hawk might return and make another grab at the squirrel, but it didn't seem to be returning. A dog-walker came up to me, asking if I had seen any peregrine falcons in the park. I have not, but he apparently had seen some. We chatted briefly, and he informed me that he has seen a number of hawks in a section of the North Woods that I've only visited during the summer. (This lens has drawn more comments and conversation from other photographers and birding enthusiasts than any other - it's the large lens effect that I've mentioned before.)
After we parted ways, I ventured to the area that he had mentioned and began to wander. Within minutes, I spotted a hawk. What luck! It wasn't very active, and after watching it for close to 15 minutes, I began to wonder whether I should go home. It then flew in the direction I had come from. I followed it and was able to find it within the trees. I sat, watching.
What happened next was rather interesting. I could hear squirrels calling to each other, presumably alerting others to the presence of the hawk. A while later, the hawk leaped and made a grab at a squirrel on a nearby branch. It was close, but the squirrel escaped. Dog-walkers, joggers, and nature wanderers continued along on the trails below; cheers from a hockey game erupted from the nearby Central Park ice skating rink, all oblivious to the balance of life and death that was occurring in the trees above.
While the squirrel had survived the attempt, it did not dash away. Instead, it remained among the upper tree branches, in sight of the hawk. Minutes passed. The hawk occasionally looked around; the squirrel moved a few short distances. Eventually, the hawk tried again for the squirrel, but didn't come close. I witnessed a few more grab efforts, and some seemed rather clumsy. Near the end of my observation, I wondered if the squirrel was playing games with the hawk. It wasn't exactly scrambling away. In fact, at one point the squirrel and hawk were both on the same large, elbow-shaped tree branch; the squirrel occupied the vertical segment, and to my amazement, climbed back up (toward the hawk), peeked at the bird, climbed back down, and then went back up to take a second look. By this time the rest of the squirrels had cleared out, and no warning calls were being made.
This photo was taken as the hawk leaped into flight during one of its grab attempts. Holding the camera and lens upward for long periods of time was pretty trying, and I'm glad I was able to hold it steady enough to lock focus and get a sharp image. A monopod has definitely made it to my wishlist...
I did not see how the hawk and squirrel ended, as I had to return home for lunch.
This is a red-tailed hawk (probably), as seen in the North Woods of Central Park, New York City. Taken with an Olympus E-3, hand-held with image stabilization disabled, ISO 1600 with Apple Aperture's noise reduction applied. Lens used was a Sigma 50-500mm "Bigma" at 500mm (1000mm equivalent field of view), uncropped photo. Distance to subject (according to EXIF, which may be inaccurate) was 18 meters, or 59 feet.
AuNTM3 | TAGGED
This is my AuNTM Round 3 entry. I Like it. I really like the hair and accessories. ( Ps Totally made the dress! Yay First time ), but the pose I think is crap. If I wasn't such a procrastinator I bet it could look a loott better. :(
So I was tagged too..
The game is: Post any photo and describe 16 things about yourself, then you get to tag more people
1. I'm only 19 and I'm about to purchase my second home.
2. I have two dogs, that I love to death, but am not a dog person.
3. I am a Cake Decorator, even though I'm the worst speller ever!.
4. I am obsessed with vampires (and was before the big fad started )
5. I'm a huge hockey fan, yet I can't skate very well.
6. I've been "married" for almost three years.
7. I love the cold! Fall and winter are my favorite seasons. ( cold isn't -12 degrees C by the way Lol )
8. Music is my life! I have to have music playing or I go insane.
9. I'm so pale I have to fake bake to look normal.
10. I'm in love with cooking and baking. (I would always cook with my dad, he taught me everything)
11. My dad passed away my grade 12 year. (RIP Daddy<3)
12. I won an award every year for Varsity Volleyball in Highschool.
13. My house is full of colours. (Office = 3 types orange; Living Room= Bright green; Kitchen = Royal Blue; BA = Yellow; BR = Tan/Brown.)
14. I've only been out of Canada once. ( To Florida)
15. I went to University course in grade 9, for Computer Science. (57 out of 9600 were chosen )
16. I'm a South Paw! ( aka Left handed )
Now Ima tag...
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RALPH VOS HOCKEY SCHOOL : HOCKEY SCHOOL
Ralph vos hockey school : Fort francis hockey.
Ralph Vos Hockey School
Louis Julius Freudenberg I (1894-1918); Ada Augusta Freudenberg (1885-1957); and Ralph Kohlman (1885-1957) circa 1915-1917 at Matavan Beach, near Keansburg, New Jersey
Louis Julius Freudenberg I (1894-1918); Ada Augusta Freudenberg (1885-1957); and Ralph Kohlman (1885-1957) circa 1915-1917 at Matavan Beach, near Keansburg, New Jersey.
From left to right are: Louis Julius Freudenberg I (1894-1918); Ada Augusta Freudenberg (1885-1957); and Ralph Kohlman (1885-1957) circa 1915-1917 at Matavan Beach, near Keansburg, New Jersey.
Richard Arthur Norton (1958- ) archive.
Louis Julius Freudenberg I (1894-1918) Private in US Army, Killed in Action during World War I (b. August 4, 1894, 220 Madison Street, Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA - d. October 16, 1918, Battle of Meuse-Argonne, Argonne, France, World War I) Military Service Number 1749623.
Ralph Kohlman (1884-1957) Freemason and Shriner; Half Owner of Elliot Electrotype and Stereotype and Mat Company of New York (b. May 18, 1884, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York City, New York, USA - d. June 02, 1957, 4:25 am, Hasbrouck Heights Hospital, Hasbrouck Heights, Bergen County, New Jersey, USA)
Ada Augusta Freudenberg (1884-1957) Housewife (b. September 02, 1884, Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA - d. January 23, 1957, 3:30 pm, 60 Krane Avenue, Rutherford, Bergen County, 07070, USA) Social Security Number 068075094.
Louis Julius Freudenberg II (1922-1986); Eloise Margerite Sanford (1922- ); Virginia Bennett; Eugene Freudenberg II (1924-1945); Arthur Oscar Freudenberg II (1929- ); and Ralph Herman Freudenberg I (1
From left to right are: Louis Julius Freudenberg II (1922-1986); Eloise Margerite Sanford (1922- ); Virginia Bennett; Eugene Freudenberg II (1924-1945); Arthur Oscar Freudenberg II (1929- ); and Ralph Herman Freudenberg I (1931-1992) at 134 Beacon Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey on April 23, 1933.
Photograph from the collection of Ralph Freudenberg (1903-1980) and Nora Belle Conklin (1902-1963).
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YOUTH HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT : HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT
Youth hockey development : Jr b hockey teams : York college hockey.
Youth Hockey Development
Development. Gmelina arborea Roxb. (White Teak), Bili Bili, Gowa Regency, Sulawesi, Indonesia
Between 1744 and 1751, Carolus Linnaeus - one of every botanist's heroes, I would think - corresponded with Johan Georg Gmelin (1709-1755), a colleague botanist and entomologist. As we know, one of their topics was classsification of the natural world. In 1747, Linnaeus writes that the Lutheran church is giving him a very hard time in this respect. In his scheme of classification he had included man among the simians (the higher primates), seeing no difference betwen them. This is one of the many steps in the history of biology that led to the ideas of Wallace - the explorer who wrote of his adventures and collecting in The Malay Archipelago in which he waxes eloquent and extensively on Sulawesi - and Darwin on the development of species.
Linnaeus named White Teak after his friend. It's considered a member of the Verbenaceae, but because it's a tree it also has the epithet 'arborea'. White Teak had been described by Hendrik Adriaan van Rheede van Draakenstein in his famous book on the plants of India in the seventeenth century as occuring on the Malabar Coast, named there 'Cumbulu'. Later William Roxburgh (1751-1815), first a surgeon at Madras, India, and then recognised for his avocation as a botanist by the British colonial government, described it more precisely.
Gmelina's wood is very hard. According to the 'Security Man' at the Bili Bili dam in the Jene Berang, the local population fashions masks from it. The leaves are squeezed to staunch blood from cuts.
The cultivation of these trees in large forestry projects is an attempt to alleviate the poverty of the people of northern South Sulawesi. The PT Panca Usaha Palopo Plywood a few years ago distributed thousands of imported seedlings of Gmelina to the farmers of Palopo and Kabupaten Luwu (about 350 kms north of Makassar). In five or six years time they would be ready for harvesting, in particular for the production of plywood; and it is expected that this will have a positive effect on the development of the standard of living of that area.
The development of the great Bili Bili reservoir, completed in 1999, proves to be a mixed blessing (a terrible mudslide in 2004; but it is also a greatly needed source of water for the ever-expanding city of Makassar). It will be interesting to see how the cultivation of Gmelina works out...
The Unofficial National Sport
"The oldest living city in the world".
This was shot on Shivala ghat along river Ganga in Varanasi (Benaras).
Those kids are playing cricket which is the unofficial national sport of India.
Cricket's development has been closely tied up with the history of the country, mirroring many of the political and cultural developments around issues such as race, caste, religion and nationality.
Though cricket is indubitably the most popular sport in India, it is not the nation's national sport.
Cricket, like field hockey, was first introduced to India by the British.
The earliest recorded match was played in 1721 by British sailors on shore leave.
With the expansion of British rule throughout the subcontinent, the British took the game with them wherever they went.
However, the early history of the game was focused largely on the large cities, particularly Bombay (now Mumbai).
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UPPER CANADA MINOR HOCKEY LEAGUE - MINOR HOCKEY LEAGUE
Upper Canada Minor Hockey League - Peewee Aaa Hockey - Hockey Pads.
Upper Canada Minor Hockey League
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Blacksmith's shop, Upper Canada Village (4)
Blacksmith Patrick Taylor was taught by his father how to shoe horses. He learned other skills of the ancient trade by trial and error. Upper Canada Village recreates life in the Loyalist communities along the St. Lawrence River in 1866.
Law Society of Upper Canada Crest
Law Society of Upper Canada Crest I found in the restaurant at Osgoode Hall, Toronto.
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Glengarry, Upper Canada's first major Scottish settlement, was established in 1784 by Highlanders from Inverness-shire. Worsening economic conditions in Scotland, coupled with a growing awareness of Upper Canada’s opportunities, led to a growing tide of emigration that eventually engulfed all of Scotland and gave the province its many Scottish settlements. Pride in their culture gave Scots a strong sense of identity and self-worth. These factors contributed to their success and left Upper Canada with firmly rooted Scottish traditions.
Individual settlements have been well observed, but the overall picture has never been pieced together. Why did Upper Canada have such appeal to Scots? What was their impact on the province? Why did they choose their different settlement locations? Drawing on new and wide-ranging sources author Lucille H. Campey charts the progress of Scottish settlement throughout Upper Canada. This book contains much descriptive information, including all known passenger lists. It gives details of the 550 ships, which made over 900 crossings and carried almost 100,000 emigrant Scots. The book describes the enterprise and independence shown by the pioneers who were helped on their way by some remarkable characters such as Thomas Talbot, Lord Selkirk, John Galt, Archibald McNab and William Dickson. Providing a fascinating overview of the emigration process, it is essential reading for both historians and genealogists.
Scots were some of the provinces earliest pioneers and they were always at the cutting edge of each new frontier. They were a founding people who had an enormous influence on the province’s early development.
"I am happy to commend Lucille Campey’s latest book on Scottish settlement patterns in Canada. The product of meticulous research, The Scottish Pioneers of Upper Canada has much to offer both genealogists and general readers, as it weaves together statistical information, institutional histories and personal accounts to produce a fascinating picture of the multi-dimensional networks that underpinned the transatlantic movement and brought 100,000 Scots to Upper Canada during the seven decades reviewed. Persistent myths of helpless exile are challenged, as the preconditions and processes of emigration are analyzed, along with the cultural traditions imported by the 'trail blazers and border guards' who laid the foundations of Canada’s most populous province." - Marjory Harper, Reader in History, University of Aberdeen
"With a real feel for the sacrifice and the emotional turmoil of the pioneers, Lucille H. Campey has one again got her audience to face the raw heritage common to every Scots-Canadian. This is an excellent read, full of fascinating detail dug from much archival research. This book is another splendid addition to a series of much interest to both historians and genealogists." - Professor Graeme Morton, Scottish Studies Foundation Chair, University of Guelph
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