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    The Power Of Power

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    During the night of the year 2017, in the quiet city of Roselake, two loving brothers had a dream. In their dream, a witch-like figure in all black materialized in front of them. It’s face was covered with a black veil and the staff she held bore a black serpent baring it’s teeth at them. Her spotless white gloves held two stones. The two stones were small, shiny, and silver, each inscripted with an unknown dialect and were the type of rock you would find by the edge of a roaring river. The figure

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    in soccer but in all sports, according to (R Pollard and G Pollared et al, 2007) home advantage can be seen in Baseball, Basketball, American football, hockey and soccer. Specifically for soccer, home advantage has been shown to exist since the start of the Football League in England in 1888 1889 and has been shown to continue across all the leagues of the professional sport since the early years (Nevill and Holder, 1999; Pollard and Pollard, 2005, Sanchez et al., 2009). In an attempt to improve the

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    Blackhawks are a professional ice hockey team based in Chicago, Illinois. They are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). They have won four Stanley Cup Championships and fourteen division titles since their founding in 1926. Since 1994, the Blackhawks have played their home games at the United Center afterhaving spent 65 years playing at Chicago Stadium.Currently, they are the defending Stanley Cup champions,having defeated the Philadelphia

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    dream; for hockey, that is winning the Stanley Cup. The Stanley Cup is the Holy Grail of hockey. It consists of pure silver and nickel alloy (“Stanley Cup, Wikipedia”.). It is a towering 32.25 inches tall (Podnieks 15.). As one may say after winning the Stanley Cup, It weighs about 35 pounds, but when held high and proudly above you, it is as light as a feather. Over the years there have been multiple champions of the Cup that dates as far back as March of 1893 when the Montreal Hockey Club won in

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    Hockey has been played in a lot of places so this sport is very popular in the world. It is very popular because there is a lot of national pride in the sport (NHL.com). The history of hockey includes the sport’s first rules, the Stanley Cup, Pro Hockey, World War I, NHL in the 50’s, the expansion of hockey, hockey in the the 70’s 80’s and 90’s, hockey in Canada, and hockey today. Ice hockey might have been developed in Asia. Archaeological evidence points out that it may have been developed in

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    Fighting in Hockey: Wrong, or Right? Ice hockey is a full contact sport played by individuals skating on ice, carrying sticks to push a vulcanized rubber puck around the ice in an attempt to shoot the puck into an opposing teams net to score goals. Tempers flare consequently fights break out between players battling one another for supremacy on the ice. Fighting in the game of ice hockey has been a part of the game since the inception of the National Hockey League, known as the NHL, in 1917. Fighting

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    goals in his final year of peewee hockey. When he was a teenager, he was chosen third in the 1977 Ontario Major Junior Hockey League Midget draft, and played for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds where he was able to show his skills. He played for his home country in 1978, and led the entire tournament in scoring at the World Junior Championships that were hosted in Quebec City. In the fall of 1978, he signed with the Indianapolis Racers of the fledgling World Hockey Association. In 1979-1980 he

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    Hockey sensation and legend Wayne Gretzky made it big the year he was sold to the Edmonton Oilers during the year of 1979. Born in Brantford, Ontario, Canada on January 26, 1961 Gretzky started playing hockey at the age of 6 for a local team. Up until the age of 19 he was playing for higher levels of hockey teams with older boys. As a dominant and competitive player at 15 years old he was playing with Peterborough Petes of the Hockey Association then moved on to playing for World Junior Championships

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    Hockey is a very fast pace sport. It is an exciting sport that is played by two teams on an ice rink. Each team has a goalie, two defensemen, two wingers and a center player on the ice at all times, excluding penalties and a few other rare circumstances (USA Hockey). The game is played, by each player moving a heavy rubber disk called a puck along the court. The puck is shot into the net to score points and the most points at the end of the game wins. This game is played at a fast pace because hockey

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    "unofficial" ALL-Star games, like the Hod Stuart Benefit All-Star Game in 1908 between Montreal Wanderers and the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association stars. It was something similar to the modern All-Star Games, but they were held for a beneficial reason. So this first game was in honour of Hod Stuart who was a IPHL (International Professional Hockey League - the predecessor of NHL) player who had drowned just after winning the Stanley Cup. And til 1947 there have been several more beneficial

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