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    Slim fitting one-piece clip-on case
    Protective Lip Weight Thickness
    Yes 15g 3/8"

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  • Slim fitting one-piece clip-on case
  • Allows full access to all device ports
  • Extremely durable, shatterproof casing
  • Long life, super-bright colors embedded directly into the case

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30 VIEWS TY HUGS

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DONE THIS FUN PICTURE OF OF THE SPIRIT OF CANADIAN HOCKEY AND ALL THOSE WHO LOVE HOCKEY AND SOME KNOW BEER GOES HAND IN HAND WITH A GOOD OLD HOCKEY GAME HUGS WONDERFUL IPHONE CASE FOR THOSE WHO LOVE HOCKEY .. A GREAT UNIQUE GIFT FOR ALL HOCKEY FANS AND THOSE WHO LIKE TO HAVE A BEER WHILE WATCHING THE GAME HUGS CHEERS

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MY HOME TOWN PEMBROKE ONTARIO KNOW AS HOCKEY TOWN CHECK OUT OUR HISTORY OF SOME FAMOUS PLAYERS FROM MY HOME TOWN HUGS BELOW

Pembroke has been officially designated Canada’s ‘Hockeytown’. With three native sons inducted to Hockey’s Hall of Fame, Harry Cameron, Frank Nighbor and Hugh Lehman, Pembroke still remains a hockey hotbed.

In late November, early December Pembroke plays host to the International Silver Stick tournament, the largest tourney of it’s kind in North America.

OUR TOP TEN HOCKEY PIONEERS

by Gary Howard

It has been said that a nation that ignores its past has no blueprint for tomorrow. Our City has heeded this advice to the fullest to ensure that our present and future as Hockey Town Canada has been built on the rich and full hockey history of our past.

During the Silver Stick tournament we have occasion to ensure visitors are aware of our deep and rich hockey heritage and of those individuals who have pioneered the game in Hockey Town .

After more than a hundred years of pursuing Canada ‘s favourite winter pastime, it’s generally agreed that our City has achieved its lofty status through the efforts of a great many individuals. Nonetheless, there have been some hockey men throughout the years who have stood about the length of a hockey stick above their colleagues. These are individuals who have excelled or made some significant contribution or unique achievement that has distinguished them from the rest of the hockey herd.

After much consideration and based on over a half-century of observing the local hockey scene, I offer you my list of the top ten individuals who have been prominent pioneers in our puck history.

10. Bill “K” Kutschke.

A prerequisite for recording the history of hockey in any community is to have capable journalists and broadcasters to relate the exploits of local teams and the game. Not only was Bill K the voice of hockey for many years but he was the sports voice of CHOV radio, reporting on everything from minor hockey to the pros. And in so doing, he gave the same importance and recognition to youngsters starting out in peewee hockey as he did to the senior and junior teams. The naming of the broadcast booth at the Memorial Centre in his honour is ample proof of the standing he achieved in our hockey community.

9. Brother Paul.

Members of various religious orders have always taken a prominent role in local hockey and one of the most successful was this hard-nosed and knowledgeable Christian Brother who made his mark in minor hockey as well as coaching junior hockey in the 1950’s and early 60’s. He was a motivator and inspirational leader who gained great respect from all quarters for the way he taught and coached the game. He had one of the most successful junior teams in local history in 1958-59, taking the team far into the Memorial Cup playoffs before being eliminated.

8. Bill Inglis.

The only product of the Pembroke Minor Hockey Association of the 1950’s to reach the NHL, first with Los Angeles and then with Buffalo. He also coached the Sabres in 1978-79, replacing Punch Imlach in mid-season. Inglis played through the local system from peewee to junior before graduating to the Montreal Jr. Canadiens. He had a storied minor pro career, playing in Houston, Omaha, Springfield and Hershey as well as coaching in Rochester and Kalamazoo, Michigan. His last sighting was with Fort Worth Brahmas of the Central Hockey League in 2003-04 when he was replaced as coach before the end of the season.

7. Dave Behan.

A true pioneer of local hockey, Behan was prominent in our hockey history from the early 1900’s.He carved his niche as a player, coach, executive and all-around hockey booster. His 1935-36 Little Lumber Kings-Eastern Canada Memorial Cup finalists-have been used as a benchmark for all junior teams that have since followed.

6. Bill Higginson.

Rink rat, stick boy, trainer, goaltender, referee, sports writer, player and coach. No one understands our hockey history more intimately or has more first hand knowledge of the golden age of senior hockey than Bill Higginson. He has preserved the memory of senior and junior hockey and how the game was played, through his alter ego, The Old Lamplighter, as Higginson and hockey continue to remain synonymous in our town.

5. Terry O’Neill – Russ Holmberg.

The Pembroke Minor Hockey Association has always been a respected and productive organization due in large part to its thousands of volunteers over the years. If you don’t have dedicated, tireless workers at the grass roots level, chances for higher success are seriously impaired. Both Holmberg and O’Neill have distinguished themselves as leaders and innovators in our hockey community, possessing strong planning and organizational skills. Mr. O’Neill gained the ultimate recognition from his peers when the prestigious Silver Stick Tournament was named in his honour. Russ Holmberg continues to be a visionary and driving force in local hockey circles both at the men’s and women’s level. It is fitting to recognize both in the same vein as their accomplishments and success are a testimony to the dedication of all local hockey volunteers

4. Jim Farelli.

A career hockey man who saved junior hockey from extinction in this town and in so doing elevated the Lumber Kings to a pinnacle never before or since achieved. As owner, manager and coach Farelli compiled a string of C entral Junior Hockey League championships for the better part of a decade and became the winningest coach in Kings history.A former minor pro in the American Hockey League, he was brought to Pembroke in the 1950’s to add some muscle to the senior Lumber Kings. Several decades later he was brought back to win championships for the junior Lumber Kings. He was an unqualified success in both assignments.

3. Frank Nighbor.

The image of Pembroke as a hockey town will always be perpetuated every time someone stands in the Hockey Hall of Fame and gazes up at the Pembroke Peach. A member of the original Ottawa Senators, Nighbor was a bona fide star who is still referred to as the master of the poke check. Although Pembroke natives Hugh Lehman and Harry Cameron share a spot with him in the hallowed Hall, it is Nighbor’s name that surfaces most often when hockey modernists analyze and debate the skill level of the NHL greats of the past.

2. Art Bogart.

Owner of the Mackay Street Arena and manager of the PMC, Mr. Bogart’s involvement transcends the decades from natural to artificial ice. A shrewd hockey operator and entrepreneur, Bogart was a key player in elevating Pembroke to a respected level in the hockey world. As the mechanics of arena management and hockey management became more demanding and competitive, he was instrumental in ensuring Pembroke kept pace with the evolution of the game.

1. The Giesebrecht Family.

The First Family of Hockey in Pembroke via Petawawa, this family’s contribution to our hockey history will probably never be surpassed. From Roy who made it to the NHL with Detroit down to Dick who was prominent in local leagues, the Giesebrecht name seldom left the sports pages. Add the well known hockey skills of Bruce, Bert, Jack and Fred along with brother-in-laws Cully and Thain Simon and this area was well represented across North American hockey circles. The Giesebrect lineage continued through Roy’s son Donnie who had a minor pro career and grandson Matt who played Major Junior A. In total, this family’s contribution to our hockey history is of dynastic proportions.

It occurred to me while writing this piece that no woman surfaced as a hockey pioneer. But of course, every mother, wife, daughter, sister and girlfriend who ever catered to the whims and quirks of a hockey player deserves honourable mention and pioneer status.
– See more at: http://www.pembrokeontario.com/residents/hockey...

GOOD OLD HOCKEY GAME
Stompin’ Tom Connors

Hello out there, were on the air
it’s hockey night tonight!
The tension grows,
the whistle blows,
and the puck goes down the ice.
The golie jumps,
and and the players bump,
and the fans all go insane.
Someone roars:
“Bobby Scores!”
At the good old hockey game!

(chours)
Oh!
The good old hockey game!
Its the best game you can name!
And the best game you can name,
is the good old hockey game!

Second Period.
Where players dash,
with skates a-flash,
the home team trails behind.
But they grab the puck,
and go bursting up,
and their down across the line.
They storm the crease,
like bumblebees,
and they travel like a burning flame.
We see them slide the puck inside,
its a one one hockey game!

(chours)
Oh!
The good old hockey game!
Its the best game you can name!
And the best game you can name,
is the good old hockey game!

Third Period.
Last game in the play-offs too.
Oh take me where, the hockey players,
face off down the rink,
And the Stanley Cup,
is all filled up,
for the champs who win the drink!
Now the final flick,
of a hockey stick,
and a one gigantic scream:
“THE PUCK IS IN! THE HOME TEAM WINS!”
At the good ol hockey game

(chorus repeat 3 times)
OH!
The good old hockey game!
Its the best game you can name!
And the best game you can name,
is the good old hockey game!

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