Monday, April 30, 2007

Hockey Hero




9 comments:

  1. He was a very good coach at all levels. The 1980 Olympics was the pinnacle..Miracle on Ice.

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  2. Now this hockey themed photo is right up my alley! I recently took a photo of this statue. I did get an initial photo of the entire statue, but couldn't get a photo of the plaques as people were sitting around the statue. I was pressed for time and had to leave. [I was parked on the timed 1 hour parking meters around Rice Park]

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  3. I like your photograps. They show so much detail. And the figure shows such enthusiasm I thought he won a lot more than a hockey game. Amazing career.

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  4. je ne connais pas, mais belle statue, pour un bel hommage


    I do not know, but beautiful statue, for a beautiful homage

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  5. Great photo of the statue and homage to an exciting event in Hockey History.

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  6. hey Kate, will you be doing the Theme Day circuit again and trying to set a new record of how many you hit first?

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  7. I remember him from the Olympics - did not know he passed away.
    But, hey, he saw his "Secret" come true ;-)

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  8. That was one movie I wished I could have seen - sadly, i did not see it but oh how great it is to always watch inspirational stories - it gives the human spirit a lift and inspires people to excel at every level!

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  9. I love this statue - it's about the most exuberant statue I think I've seen! Most of them are deadly dull.
    I did read the Kite Runner - thanks for the recommendation though - I absolutely loved it! - chris

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