Kariya

Kariya

(kärē`yä), city (1990 pop. 120,126), Aichi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It is an industrial center with textile, mechanical, food-processing industries, and ceramic tile industries.
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Kariya understands high expectations are all part of making $10 million a season and being the team's top offensive player.
It's gone unchecked most of the time, Ducks captain Paul Kariya said, and it's no surprise, although the league tried to get officials to call it more often this season.
Kariya is the $10 million man, the face of Ducks hockey.
The Ducks' superstar, Paul Kariya, has allowed himself to become a cog in the coach's system.
During practice Thursday, Steve Rucchin caught long-time teammate and lockermate Paul Kariya with an elbow to the face.
ANAHEIM - As captain of the Mighty Ducks, Paul Kariya had the duty of skating to center ice Friday night, minutes after his team completed a sweep of the Western Conference finals, to accept the Clarence S.
Now, it stands for an unusual commitment in professional sports, one that finally has paid off for Steve Rucchin and Paul Kariya.
ANAHEIM - Paul Kariya, for years the sole attraction and lone household name on the Mighty Ducks, has been overshadowed by goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere's heroics in the Ducks' historic playoff run.
31 following nearly 17 years on the run, was arrested on New Year's Day on suspicion of abduction and confinement resulting in death, as the victim, 68-year-old Kiyoshi Kariya, chief clerk at a notary office in Tokyo, died after AUM members injected a chemical substance into him.
Fighting mad: The Kings remained upset about Thursday's game at Nashville, in which they accused Paul Kariya of diving to draw a penalty shot.
As Mikasa pushes forward, it also looked back last week as the company mourned the death of Shig Kariya, its co-founder.
ANAHEIM - It's been three seasons since Paul Kariya wore a Mighty Ducks jersey and five since he saw Teemu Selanne wear one.