Roger Allan Crozier (March 16, 1942 in Bracebridge, Ontario January 11, 1996) was a Canadian professional hockey goaltender who played fourteen seasons in the National Hockey League for the Detroit Red Wings, Buffalo Sabres and Washington Capitals. Roger Crozier was identified as a special goaltending talent at an early age. He was recruited by his town's senior hockey team as the starting goaltender at age 14. Crozier spent his junior career playing for the St. Catharines Teepees of the Ontario Hockey Association from 1959 to 1962. In 1960, Crozier led his team to the Memorial Cup Championship. He spent most of his first pro season playing in the EPHL for the Syracuse/St. Louis Braves. In 1963 he joined the Detroit Red Wings organization, playing 44 games for their AHL affiliate, the Pittsburgh Hornets.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Derek Dorsett is a Canadian professional ice hockey player for the Columbus Blue Jackets of the National Hockey League. Dorsett played major junior hockey with the Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Hockey League and helped them win the Ed Chynoweth Cup as WHL champions in 2007. Dorsett established himself as a griity player in Medicine Hat, leading the team in penalty minutes in 2006 07 while finishing tied for second in team scoring with 64 points. Dorsett was drafted by the Columbus Blue Jackets 189th overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. Graduating from major junior, he spent 2007 08 with the Syracuse Crunch, the Blue Jackets' American Hockey League affiliate
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ryan Bonni (born February 18, 1979 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a professional ice hockey defenceman who played for SG Pontebba. A hard-nosed physical defender, Bonni was selected in the 2nd round (34th overall) of the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. He signed with the Canucks and turned pro in 1999, and had a solid first professional season with the Syracuse Crunch of the AHL, recording 18 points and 125 penalty minutes in 71 games, and earned a callup to the NHL for the Canucks playing in three games. However, he would struggle over the next two seasons, and by 2001 02 season he was demoted to the Columbia Inferno of the ECHL, Vancouver''s secondary affiliate. Prior to the 2002 03 season, he was dealt to the Toronto Maple Leafs and spent a season in their minor-league system playing for the St. John''s Maple Leafs.
You Are Rich is a collection of short reflections on faith, originally published as weekly email meditations under the title Monday Moments. Mike Halleen draws on his experiences as a minister, hockey referee, executive coach, teacher, shuttle bus driver, fundraiser, golf coach, and camp director to find moments that reveal faith in the world as we experience it. Small moments, many of them....but hopeful and encouraging because they remind us of what we know in our hearts to be true...that You Are Rich. ''At last someone looks at faith with reason and thoughtfulness! And you tell your stories with such color!'' Architect, Mobile, AL ''You have rejuvenated my faith by helping me see it in ordinary, everyday things. You threw a line around me and brought me back to where I belong.'' College student, San Diego, CA ''It helps me to know that I don't need to be a saint to experience faith in my life. Thank you, Michael!'' Interpreter, Ivanovo, Russia ''These meditations get my week off to a perfect start. I actually look forward to coming to the office on Mondays!'' University administrator, Syracuse, NY ''I like that you talk about faith with common sense and honesty. And that you often come at it through the back door!'' Corporate executive, Minneapolis, MN Michael Halleen is a minister and leadership development coach. He has led churches in Chicago, Detroit and Los Angeles and served as Director for Church Relations for International Bible Society. A graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary (M. Div., D. Min.), he also does extensive humanitarian work with orphaned children in Russia. Mike and his wife, Barbara, live in Excelsior, Minnesota and are the parents of three and grandparents of two. This is his first book.