, Derek Sanderson, Mike Byers, Jacques Plante and Rod Gilbert are 1970s hockey legends, yet they appear to be groomed with 1940s slick hairstyles.
The two teams are coached by Don Cherry and Bobby Orr
. So far, Team Orr has won three games and Team Cherry has won two.
It makes you wonder how such nice kids as Bobby Orr
and Wayne Gretzky ever got mixed up in such a business, and whatever happened to Lady Byng?
Bionaire is planning to enhance awareness of its air cleaner and humidifier businesses by hiring return hockey great Bobby Orr
as a celebrity spokesman, possibly the first celebrity spokesman in the air-care business.
and Bobby Hull, two of hockey's other greats, penetrated the U.S.
Rochester has a long history with Special Olympics, dating to 1979 when SUNY College at Brockport hosted the International Special Olympics World Summer Games, which featured sports figures such as Muhammad Ali, Rafer Johnson, Hank Aaron and Bobby Orr
Respect, determination and the sheer thrill of the game brought Bobby Orr
from a small northern town in Canada to the NHL.
4 before Bobby Orr
was Al Langlois, no relation to the Sharks' version.
Following the presentations, dealers had an opportunity to meet one-on-one with each of the new supplier partners and then enjoyed a cocktail reception with a real game changer; Boston Bruins legend and NHL Hall of Famer, Bobby Orr
. The evening culminated with an elegant group dinner and an inspirational talk by Ed Cooley, current head coach of the Providence College men's basketball team, who encouraged listeners to always strive to be great and never settle for good enough.
won the Art Ross trophy in 1970 (and1975) for leading goal scorer in the NHL.
Stockey Centre and the Bobby Orr
Museum is a former bulk-off storage facility originally owned by Weaver Liquifuels and later by Ultramar, but is now owned by the town, says Laing.
Off the list are Alan Gemmill, Bobby Orr
and George Thomson.