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Eagles, Mike (1963- )
Born in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada. Forward. After a successful career with the Junior 'A' Kitchener Rangers he made his mark in the NHL as a hard-working defensive forward.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1983.
Club Career : Played for Kitchener Rangers 1980-83, Quebec Nordiques 1982-88, Fredericton Express 1983-85, Chicago Blackhawks 1988-90, Indianapolis Ice 1989-91, Winnipeg Jets 1990-95 and  Washington Capitals 1995- .
Medals : Junior World Championship bronze in 1983.
Won the Robertson Cup in 1981 and 1982.
Won the Memorial Cup in 1982.
Eagleson, Robert Alan 'Alan' (- )
As executive director of the NHL Players Association he organised the historic Team Canada-Soviet Union series of 1972 and together with the NHL created the Canada Cup in 1976. Originally elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1989, he resigned from the Hockey Hall of Fame in Spring 1998 following his conviction and imprisonment for fraud. 
EAHL
See Eastern Amateur Hockey League
Eakin, Bruce (1962- )
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Centre. Calgary Flames 9th pick (204th overall) in the 1981 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career :
Played for Canada (Junior) in 1981-82
Club Career : Played for Saskatoon Blades 1980-81, Saskatoon Blades & Calgary Flames (one game) & Oklahoma City Stars 1981-82, Colorado Flames 1982-83, Calgary Flames & Colorado Flames 1983-84, Calgary Flames (one game) & Moncton Golden Flames 1984-85, Detroit Red Wings & Adirondack Red Wings & Nova Scotia Oilers 1985-86, New Haven Nighthawks & EHC Olten & Springfield Indians 1986-87, KalPa Kuopio 1987-88, EHC Neuss 1988-89, EHC Essen-West & SC Herisau (one game) 1989-90, EHC Essen-West 1990-91, EHC Nurnburg 1991-92, Krefelder EV 1992-94, Dusseldorfer EG 1994-95, Dusseldorfer EG & Kassel Huskies 1995-96, Kassel Huskies 1996-98 and London Knights (UK) 1998-99.
Medals : Won World Championship (Junior) gold in 1981-82
Eakins, Dallas ( 1967- )
Born in Dade City, Florida, USA. Defenceman. Washington Capitals 11th pick (208th overall) in the 1985 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for Peterborough Petes 1984-88, Baltimore Skipjacks 1988-89, Moncton Hawks 1989-92, Winnipeg Jets & Moncton Hawks 1992-93, Cincinnati Cyclones & Florida Panthers 1993-95, St Louis Blues & Worcester Ice Cats & Winnipeg Jets 1995-96, Phoenix Coyotes & Springfield Falcons & New York Rangers & Binghamton Rangers 1996-97, Florida Panthers & Beast of New Haven 1997-98, Toronto Maple Leafs & Chicago Wolves & St John's Maple Leafs 1998-99, New York Islanders (two games) & Chicago Wolves 1999-00, Calgary Flames & Chicago Wolves 2000-02, Chicago Wolves 2002-03 and Manitoba Moose 2003- .
Earl Armstrong Arena
Gloucester, Ontario, Canada. 
Home ice for : Gloucester Rangers
Capacity : 1,800
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Earl Carlson Memorial Trophy
Awarded to the leading points scorer in the Northern League.

1966-67 : Bob Stevenson
1967-68 : Bob Stevenson
1968-69 : Bob Stevenson
1969-70 : Bob Stevenson
1970-71 : Lawrie Lovell
1971-72 : Lawrie Lovell
1972-73 : Jimmy Spence
1973-74 : Les Lovell
1974-75 : Freddie Wood
1975-76 : Lawrie Lovell
1976-77 : Lawrie Lovell
1977-78 : Derek Reilly
1978-79 : Gordon Latto
1979-80 : Paul Mitchell
1980-81 : Ted Phillips
Earls Court Arena
London, England. Also known as the Empress Hall. Closed 1957.
Home ice for : Earls Court Marlboroughs, Earls Court Rangers, Earls Court Redwings, Earls Court Royals and Kensington Corinthians.
Capacity : 7,000
Ice pad size :
Earls Court Marlboroughs
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London, England. Played in the English League Division 1 Southern Group in 1935-36. (under the name Queens for the first part of that season). Played in London and Provincal League 1937-39. Played in the Southern Intermediate League 1948-53.
Home ice : Earls Court Arena
Team colours : maroon 1935-49; blue, white & red 1949-50; gold 1950-53
Earls Court Rangers
Logo © Earls Court Rangers
London, England. Founded 1935, the team played in the English National League until 1953.
Home ice : Earls Court Arena
Team colours : orange & chocolate (1935-37), orange & black (1937-39 & 1948-51), gold, black & white (1951-53).
Head coach : George Redding 1937-39
Team captain : Ralph 'Scotty' McAlpine 1935-36
Earls Court Rangers Team Photo 1935
Earls Court Rangers Programme Cover - 1935-36 & 1936-37 Earls Court Rangers Programme Cover - 1937 Earls Court Rangers Programme Cover - 1952
Earls Court Redwings
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London, England. Played in London and Provincal League 1938-39.
Home ice : Earls Court Arena
Team colours :
Earls Court Royals
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London, England. Formerly the Kensington Corinthians. Played until 1937.
Home ice : Earls Court Arena
Team colours : blue, gold & red
Earls Court Royals Programme Cover v Wembley Lions - 13th January 1937
East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) [web site]
Princeton, New Jersey, USA. The East Coast Hockey League is a minor professional league, founded by Henry Brabham and Bill Coffey. Now known as simply the ECHL. Many of the league's hockey clubs are affiliated with NHL teams in Canada and the USA. The ECHL started with five teams in the 1988-89 season - Carolina ThunderbirdsErie Panthers, Johnstown Chiefs, Knoxville Cherokees, and Virginia Lancers. In 1998-99 there were 27 teams. The league has two conferences - the Northern Conference and the Southern Conference.

i. Presidents : Richard W Adams - 
East Division
i. One of two divisions of the NHL introduced in the 1967-68 season.  It comprised the six teams already in the NHL at that time - Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs. The other division was called the West Division. This two-division structure was used until the 1974-75 season when the Prince of Wales and Clarence Campbell conferences were introduced.
ii. One of three divisions of the Western Hockey League. It comprised six teams in the 1998-99 season - Brandon Wheat Kings, Moose Jaw Warriors, Prince Albert Raiders, Regina Pats, Saskatoon Blades and Swift Current Broncos.
East European Hockey League
Known as the EEHL. Also referred to as the Easteren Europe Hockey League and Eastern European Hockey League. First contested 1996. Competition between premier teams from Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine.

1995-96 : 8 teams - four from Belarus (Neman Grodno, Polimir Novopolostk, Junost Minsk, & Belstal Schlobin), two from the Ukraine (Sokol Kiev & Ldinka Kiev), one from Latvia (Juniors Riga) and one from Lithuania (Energija Elekranai).
1996-97 : 9 teams - four from Belarus (Neman Grodno, Polimir Novopolostk, Tivali Minsk & Junost Minsk), two from the Ukraine (Sokol Kiev & Ldinka Kiev), one from Latvia (Juniors Riga), one from Lithuania (Energija Elekranai) and one from Poland (the Polish Olympic team).
1997-98 : 10 teams - four from Belarus (Junost Minsk, Neman Grodno, Tivali Minsk & Polimir Novopolostk), three from the Ukraine (Berkut-PVO Kiev, Sokil Kiev & Ldinka Kiev), two from Latvia (Juniors Riga & HC Riga) and one from Lithuania (Energija Elekranai).
1998-99 : 8 teams - four from Belarus (Junost Minsk, Neman Grodno, Tivali Minsk & Polimir Novopolostk), three from the Ukraine (Berkut-PVO Kiev, Sokil Kiev & Ldinka Kiev) and one from Latvia (Liepajas Metalurgs).
1999-00 :
8 teams - four from Belarus (HK Minsk, Neman Grodno, Tivali Minsk & Polimir Novopolostk), three from the Ukraine (Berkut-PVO Kiev, Sokol Kiev & Ldinka Kiev) and one from Latvia (Liepajas Metalurgs).
2000-01 : 9 teams - three from Belarus (HK Minsk, Neman Grodno & Polimir Novopolostk), three from the Ukraine (Berkut-PVO Kiev, Sokol Kiev & HK Kiev), two from Latvia (Liepajas Metalurgs & HK Riga) and one  from Lithuania (Energija Elekranai).
2001-02 : 17 teams -
2002-03 : ... included two teams from Russia (Kapitam Sputino & MGU Moscow - both folded)
2003-04 : 9 teams - four from Belarus (Keramin Minsk, HC Gomel, Khimvolokno Mogilev & Neman Grodno), three from Latvia (Metallurgs, Riga-2000 & ASK-Ogre), one from Ukraine (Sokil Kyev) and one from Russia (Titan Klin).

League:
1995-96 : Neman Grodno
1996-97 : Sokol Kiev
1997-98 : Sokol Kiev
1998-99 : Sokol Kiev
1999-00 : Sokol Kiev (First Round): Sokol Kiev (Second Round - Group A); Liepajas Metalurgs (Second Round - Group B)
2000-01 : Berkut Kiev
Play-Offs:
1995-96 : Neman Grodno (Belarus)
1996-97 : Juniors Riga (Latvia)
1997-98 : Sokol Kiev (Ukraine)
1998-99 : Sokol Kiev (Ukraine)
1999-00 : Berkut Kiev (Ukriane)
2000-01 : Berkut Kiev (Ukriane)
2001-02 : Metallurgs (Latvia)
2002-03 : Keramin Minsk (Belarus)
2003-04 : Keramin Minsk (Belarus)
East Lane Arena
Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland. Rink closed in May 1970.
Home ice for : Paisley Pirates (1946-59) & Paisley Mohawks & Glasgow Bruins
Capacity :
Ice pad size :
East of England Ice Rink
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England. Opened in 1982. Now owned by Planet Ice UK.
Home ice for : Peterborough Pirates (1982-02), Peterborough Phantoms (2002- ) and Cambridge University
Capacity : 1,250
Ice pad size : 180 feet x 85 feet
Eastcoast Superleague

Australian club league. There is no nationwide championship for club teams in Australia. Formerly known as the New South Wales League.
Eastern Amateur Hockey League (EAHL)
Operated between 1933-48 and 1949-53. The league started with seven teams, dropped as low as four teams, missed the 1948-49 season entirely, returned with eight teams in 1949-50 but did not operate during the 1953-54 season. The league name changed to Eastern Hockey League and the new league started in 1954-55.
1933-34 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Orioles, Bronx Tigers, Hershey B'ars, New York Athletic Club, New York-Hamilton Crescents and St Nicholas Hockey Club.
1934-35 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Orioles, Hershey B'ars and New York-Hamilton Crescents.
1935-36 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Orioles, Hershey B'ars, New York Rovers and Pittsburgh Yelo Jackets.
1936-37 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Orioles, Hershey B'ars, New York Rovers and Pittsburgh Yelo Jackets.
1937-38 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Orioles, Bronx Tigers, Hershey B'ars and New York Rovers.
1938-39 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Orioles, Hershey Cubs and New York Rovers.
1939-40 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Orioles, New York Rovers, Rivervale Skeeters and Washington Eagles.
1940-41 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Orioles, Boston Olympics, New York Rovers, Rivervale Skeeters and Washington Eagles.
1941-42 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Orioles, Boston Olympics, Johnstown Bluebirds, New York Rovers, Rivervale Skeeters and Washington Eagles.
1942-43 : Boston Olympics, New York Rovers, Philadelphia Falcons and US Coast Guard.
1943-44 : Boston Olympics, New Haven Crescents/Brooklyn Crescents, New York Rovers and Philadelphia Falcons.
1944-45 : Baltimore Orioles, Boston Olympics, New York Rovers, Philadelphia Falcons and Washington Lions.
1945-46 : Baltimore Clippers, Boston Olympics, New York Rovers, Philadelphia Falcons and Washington Lions.
1946-47 : Baltimore Clippers, Boston Olympics, New York Rovers and Washington Lions.
1947-48 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Clippers, Boston Olympics and New York Rovers.
1948-49 : League did not operate
1949-50 :
Atlantic City Seagulls, Baltimore Clippers, Boston Olympics, Cleveland Knights, Grand Rapids Rockets, Milwaukee Clarks, New York Rovers and Toledo Buckeyes.
1950-51 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Boston Olympics, Johnstown Jets and New York Rovers.
1951-52 : Atlantic City Seagulls, Boston Olympics, Johnstown Jets, New Haven Tomahawks, New York Rovers, Philadelphia Falcons, Springfield Indians and Washington Lions.
1952-53 : Johnstown Jets, New Haven Nutmegs, Springfield Indians, Troy Uncle Sam Trojans and Washington Lions.
Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association
Founded in December 1905. A Major League. Teams from the Canadian Amateur Hockey League and the Federal Amateur Hockey League merged to form this league for the 1905-06 season. The Arena Cup was presented to the league winners. Replaced for the 1909-10 season by the Canadian Hockey Association.

The league had six teams in each of its first three seasons but in the last season it had only four teams.
1905-06 : Montreal AAA, Montreal Shamrocks, Montreal Victorias, Montreal Wanderers, Ottawa Silver Seven and Québec HC.
1906-07 : Montreal AAA, Montreal Shamrocks, Montreal Victorias, Montreal Wanderers, Ottawa Silver Seven and Québec HC.
1907-08 : Montreal AAA, Montreal Shamrocks, Montreal Victorias, Montreal Wanderers, Ottawa Silver Seven and Québec HC.
1908-09 : Montreal Shamrocks, Montreal Wanderers, Ottawa Senators and Québec Bulldogs.
Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey League
See Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association
Eastern Canada Hockey Association
Referred to as ECHA.
Eastern Canada Professional Hockey League
Operated 1914-15. Referred to as the ECHL.
Eastern Canada Senior Hockey League
Referred to as ECSHL.
Eastern College Athletic Conference
Referred to as ECAC
Eastern Collegiate Hockey Association
Referred to as ECHA. Operated since 1991.
Eastern Conference
i. One of the two conferences of the National Hockey League introduced in the 1993-94 season. Consists of three divisions - Atlantic Division, Northeast Division and Southeast Division.
ii.
One of the two conferences of the American Hockey League. Consists of two divisions - Atlantic Division and New England Division.
iii.
One of the two conferences of the International Hockey League. Consists of two divisions - Central Division and Northeast Division.
Eastern Division
i. A division of the World Hockey Association between 1972-76.
ii.
A divsion of the Central Hockey League from 1996- . In 1999-2000 the teams in the division were the Columbus Cottonmouths, Fayetteville Force, Huntsville Channel Cats, Macon Whoopee and Memphis Riverkings.
iii.
A division of the Western Professional Hockey League.  In 1998-99 the teams in the division were the Alexandria Warthogs, the Arkansas Glacier Cats, the Lake Charles Ice Pirates, the Monroe Moccasins, the Shreveport Mudbugs and the Tupelo T-Rex.
Eastern Europe Hockey League
See East European Hockey League
Eastern European Hockey League
See East European Hockey League
Eastern Hockey League (1954-73) (EHL)
Formerly the Eastern Amateur Hockey League. A Minor Pro league. Referred to as the EHL. Operated between 1954-73 starting with five teams, growing to two divisions in 1959-60, to a maximum of twelve teams and in  the final season to three divisions. In 1973 the league folded, split into two parts and became the North American Hockey League and the Southern Hockey League. 
1954-55 : Baltimore Clippers, Clinton Comets, New Haven Blades, Washington Lions and Worcester Warriors.
1955-56 : Baltimore Clippers, Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, New Haven Blades, Philadelphia Ramblers and Washington Lions.
1956-57 : Charlotte Checkers, Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, New Haven Blades, Philadelphia Ramblers and Washington Lions.
1957-58 : Charlotte Checkers, Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, New Haven Blades, Philadelphia Ramblers and Washington Presidents.
1958-59 : Charlotte Checkers, Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, New Haven Blades, Philadelphia Ramblers and Washington Presidents.
1959-60 : North Division - Clinton Comets, New Haven Blades, New York Rovers and Philadelphia Ramblers. South Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Johnstown Jets and Washington Presidents.
1960-61 : North Division - Clinton Comets, Jersey Devils, New Haven Blades and New York Rovers. South Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Johnstown Jets and Philadelphia Ramblers.
1961-62 : North Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks and New Haven Blades. South Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Knoxville Knights and Philadelphia Ramblers.
1962-63 : Northern Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades and Philadelphia Ramblers. Southern Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Knoxville Knights and Nashville Dixie Flyers.
1963-64 : Northern Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades and Philadelphia Ramblers. Southern Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Knoxville Knights and Nashville Dixie Flyers.
1964-65 : North Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades, New Jersey Devils and New York Rovers. South Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Jacksonville Rockets, Knoxville Knights and Nashville Dixie Flyers.
1965-66 : North Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades and New Jersey Devils. South Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Jacksonville Rockets, Knoxville Knights and Nashville Dixie Flyers.
1966-67 : North Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades and New Jersey Devils. South Division - Charlotte Checkers, Florida Rockets, Greensboro Generals, Knoxville Knights and Nashville Dixie Flyers.
1967-68 : Northern Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades, New Jersey Devils and Syracuse Blazers. Southern Division - Charlotte Checkers, Florida Rockets, Greensboro Generals, Knoxville Knights, Nashville Dixie Flyers and Salem Rebels.
1968-69 : Northern Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades, New Jersey Devils and Syracuse Blazers. Southern Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Jacksonville Rockets, Nashville Dixie Flyers and Salem Rebels.
1969-70 : Northern Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades, New Jersey Devils and Syracuse Blazers. Southern Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Jacksonville Rockets, Nashville Dixie Flyers and Salem Rebels.
1970-71 : Northern Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades, New Jersey Devils and Syracuse Blazers. Southern Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Jacksonville Rockets, Nashville Dixie Flyers and Salem Rebels.
1971-72 : Northern Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, Long Island Ducks, New Haven Blades and Syracuse Blazers. Southern Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Jacksonville Rockets, Roanoke Valley Rebels and St Petersburg Suns.
1972-73 : Northern Division - Clinton Comets, Johnstown Jets, New England Blades and Syracuse Blazers. Central Division - Cape Cod Cubs, Jersey Devils, Long Island Ducks and Rhode Island Reds. Southern Division - Charlotte Checkers, Greensboro Generals, Roanoke Valley Rebels and Suncoast Suns.
Eastern Hockey League (1979-81) (EHL)
Referred to as the EHL. A Minor Pro league. In 1979-80 the Eastern Hockey League name was revived for a couple of seasons.
1979-80 :
Baltimore Clippers, Erie Blades, Hampton Aces, Johnstown Red Wings, Richmond Rifles and Utica Mohawks.
1980-81 : Baltimore Clippers, Erie Blades, Hampton Aces, Richmond Rifles, Salem Raiders and Syracuse Hornets. 
Eastern Hockey League (2004-05) (EHL)
Originally formed by the teams that had played in the World Hockey Association 2 (Alabama Slammers, Jacksonville Barracudas, Lakeland Loggerheads, Macon Trax, Miami Manatees and Orlando Seals) this version of the Minor Pro league changed its name to Southern Preofessional Hockey League before the 2004-05 season got underway.
Eastern Ontario Hockey League (EOHL)
A Semi-Professional that operated 1957-1959.
Eastern Ontario Senior Hockey League
Referred to as EOHL.
Eastern Professional Hockey League (1914-15) (EPHL)
A three team league that operated for part of the 1914-15 season. The teams in the league were Glace Bay Miners, North Glasgow Black Foxes and Sydney Millionaires. The Black Foxes folded in January 1915 and the league folded the next month.
Eastern Professional Hockey League (1959-63) (EPHL)
Established in 1959. A Minor Pro league. Operated for four seasons between 1959 and 1963. The league started with six teams but had reduced to four teams by its final season.
1959-60 : Hull-Ottawa Canadiens, Kingston Frontenacs, Montreal Royals, Soo Thunderbirds, Sudbury Wolves and Trois Rivieres Lions.
1960-61 : Hull-Ottawa Canadiens, Kingston Frontenacs, Kitchener Waterloo Dutchmen, Montreal Royals, Soo Thunderbirds and Sudbury Wolves.
1961-62 : Hull-Ottawa Canadiens, Kingston Frontenacs, Kitchener Beavers, North Bay Trappers, Soo Greyhounds and Sudbury Wolves.
1962-63 : Hull-Ottawa Canadiens, Kingston Frontenacs, St Louis Braves and Sudbury Wolves.
Eastern Shore Hockey Association [web site]
Historic Easton, Maryland, USA. A not-for-profit organization dedicated to youth ice hockey. The Eastern Shore Hockey Association has established a scholarship fund to help all children play ice hockey. The ESHA is also the parent association for the Easton IceHawks.
Eastern Townships Senior Hockey League
Referred to as the ETSHL.
Easton Ice Hawks [web site]

Historic Easton, Maryland, USA. Youth team organisation for under-19s which operates Atom, Mite, Squirt, PeeWee, Bantam and Midget teams playing in the Capital Beltway Hockey League. The team play matches in Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia and many other east coast states.
Home ice : Talbot County Community Center and Dahlgren Hall
Team colours : Red, navy and gold
Eastwood, Michael 'Mike' (1967- )
Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Centre. Toronto Maple Leafs 5th pick (91st overall) in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for Toronto Maple Leafs & St John's Maple Leafs 1991-93, Toronto Maple Leafs 1993-94, Toronto Maple Leafs & Winnipeg Jets 1994-95, Winnipeg Jets 1995-96, Phoenix Coyotes & New York Rangers 1996-97, New York Rangers & St Louis Blues 1997-98, St Louis Blues 1998-02, St Louis Blues & Chicago Blackhawks 2002-03 and Pittsburgh Penguins 2003- .
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 20
Eaton, Mark (1977- )
Born in Wilmington, Delaware, USA. Defenceman.
Club Career : Played for Philadelphia Flyers 1999-00, Nashville Predators 2000-04 and Nashville Predators 2005- .
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 4
Eatough, Jeff (1963- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1980-81.

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