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3GG
Seen on some player statistics analysis charts - Three Goal Games. The number of times the player has scored a hat-trick in a game.
Thailand Championship
Contested in 1999-2000.
The Arena at Gwinnett Center
Duluth, Georgia, USA. 
Home ice for : Gwinnett Gladiators
Capacity : 11,355
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
"The Autobiography of Willie O'Ree : Hockey's Black Pioneer"
The Autobiography of Willie O'Ree : Hockey's Black Pioneer (NHL Books)
A book by Willie O'Ree, Michael McKinley & Cuba Gooding. A 104 page paperback book published in January 2000 by Somerville House. This book is aimed at pre-teens but would be of interest to anyone involved with introducing underprivileged kids to hockey. Order from Amazon UK or Order from Amazon.com
"The Battered Mug"
A short documentary film made in 1930 featuring Foster Hewitt.
The Bears - 1987-88
Compiled and edited by Phil Stamp for the Medway Bears Ice Hockey Club. The year book, entitled A Year of Changing Fortunes, covered the Medway Bears and was published in Gillingham, Kent, England in 1988.
The Bears - 1988-89
Compiled and edited by Phil Stamp for the Medway Bears Ice Hockey Club. The year book, entitled Working on the Formula, covered the Medway Bears and was published in Gillingham, Kent, England in 1989.
"The Big M : The Frank Mahovlich Story"
The Big M : The Frank Mahovlich Story
A book by Ted Mahovlich. This 244 page hardcover book was published in September 1999 by Sports Publishing. The Big M is the story of the quiet and self-effacing hockey legend whose mighty strides and explosive shot contributed to six Stanley Cup teams. Ted Mahovlich, Frank's son, spent four years researching archives and conducting interviews for The Big M. The interviewees included such hockey greats as Gordie Howe, Bobby Hull, Guy LaFluer and Rocket Richard. Order from Amazon UK or Order from Amazon.com
The Blaze Bar [web site]
A ten minute walk from the SkyDome Arena in Coventry, England, is an Irish bar/pub called the Four Provinces and it has a bar dedicated to the Coventry Blaze - known as The Blaze Bar.
'The Bolts'
Nickname for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
"The British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame"

A paperback book with 192 pages written by Martin C Harris. Published in December 2007 by Tempus Publishing. The British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame was created in 1948 by Ice Hockey World and continued until that journals' demise ten years later. After a lapse of nearly three decades the British Ice Hockey Writer's Association revived the Hall in 1986. It now has nearly one hundred members. This book is a collection of biographies, many never before seen in print, celebrating the achievements of these sporting personalities.
"The Brute"
see "Its JerryTime!" animated Emmy-nominated podcast
Boston, Massachusetts, USA. A podcast animation by brothers Jerry and Orrin Zucker. Their Its JerryTime! animated Emmy-nominated podcast site includes an episode dealing with adult street hockey leagues called The Brute. It won top prize in Internet Animation at the Ottawa Animation Festival in 2006.
"The Concise Encyclopedia of Hockey"

A paperback book by M R Carroll, with contributions from Michael Harling & Andrew Podnieks that was published in December 2001 by Greystone Books.
"The Coolest Guys On Ice"
A book by Jeff Z Klein and Karl-Eric Reif, published in 1996.
The Corral
Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Home ice for : former home of the Calgary Flames
Capacity : 6,000
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
The Crown
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Built 1975. Formerly called the Riverfront Coliseum.
Home ice for : Cincinatti Stingers 1975-79 and Cincinnati Cyclones.
Capacity : 15,200
Ice pad size :
"The Cutting Edge"
A 1992 film. A romantic comedy where an ice hockey player, forced to retire because of an eye injury, is teamed up with a rich, spoiled ice skater by an old Russian coach who has his sights on an Olympic figure skating title. Stars - D B Sweeney, Moira Kelly, Roy Dotrice, Terry O'Quinn.
"The Deadliest Season"
A TV hockey drama made in 1977.
"The Death of Hockey" [web site]
A book by Jeff Z Klein and Karl-Eric Reif, published by Macmillan Canada. The web site, built and maintained in collaboration with the book's authors, has extensive free excerpts, reviews, links to other hockey sites and an on-site fan discussion forum.
The Death of Hockey - book cover
"The Devil and Miss Delucca"
An episode of the That's Life drama series (2002) about a thirtysomething in New Jersey. A New Jersey Devils hockey star is impressed by Lydia's knowledge of the game. Stars - Heather Paige Kent, Debi Mazar, Ellen Burstyn, Paul Sorvino, Kevin Dillon, Danielle Harris.
The 'E' Center
West Valley, Utah, USA. Also known as the West Valley Events Center.
Home ice for : Utah Grizzlies.
Capacity : 10,207
Ice pad size : 
"The Encyclopedia of Hockey"
A book by Robert A Styer, published in 1973 by A S Barnes & Co, Inc. New York, USA.
The Express Cup
See Express Cup.
The Family Arena
St Charles, Missouri, USA. Formerly known as SSM Healthcare Arena.
Home ice for : Missouri River Otters
Capacity : 10,000
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
"The Famous Bentleys"
Book by Walter R Thurn, published by the Modern Press in 1947.
'The Fox'
Nickname given to Vladimir Martinec.
"The Gashouse Gang of Hockey"
A book by Ed Fitkin, published by Castle in 1953.
'The Great One'
Nickname for Wayne Gretzky.
The Hague Wolves
The Hague, Holland. The Wolves play in the Dutch Elite Division.
The Herald Ice Hockey Annual 

When 'The Herald Ice Hockey Annual 1967-68' was published by CMS of Glasgow, it was the first ice hockey annual to be published in Britain for 12 years following the demise of Ice Hockey World Annual. It was compiled and edited by Bernard Stocks.
"The Hockey Explosion"
A book by Bill Gutman, published in 1973 by Grosset & Dunlap, Inc, New York, USA.
The Hockey Fan
A UK hockey magazine published between 1960 and 1965 (40 issues).  Edited by Keith Evemy.
The Hockey News
The Hockey News 2000-01 & 2004-05 Yearbook Covers
Published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Hockey News is published weekly from September to May, twice in June; and monthly in July and August. One-year subscriptions include 37 regular issues, and 5 special issues called The Hockey News Yearbook, Future Watch, Season Preview, Season in Review and Draft Preview.
The Hockey Talk [web site]
Published in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Formerly known as Oldtimer’s Hockey News. A monthly recreational hockey paper devoted entirely to Adult and Oldtimers' hockey. Their 1999 readership was 37,500 based on an average monthly mailout of 15,000 copies. Each issue includes team profiles, tournament listings, tournament coverage, player features and special features.
The Hub
A nickname for the Boston Bruins.
'The I'
See International Hockey League
The Ice Bowl
i. Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.
Home ice for : Dumfries Vikings, Dumrfries Border Vikings, Solway Sharks, Dumfries Vikings
Capacity : 1,000
Ice pad size : 184 feet x 95 feet
ii.
Gillingham, Kent, England. Opened in 1984 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Home ice for : Medway Bears 1985-97, Invicta Dynamos
Capacity : 1,500
Ice pad size : 184 feet x 85 feet
iii.
Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England. Opened in 1988.
Home ice for :
Capacity : 1,200
Ice pad size : 184 feet x 85 feet
The Ice Hockey Annual
See Ice Hockey Annual
The Ice Hockey Annual Trophy
Introduced for the 1998-99 season by Stewart Roberts, the Editor of The Ice Hockey Annual. Presented annually to the leading British points scorer (league).
The Ice Hockey Herald 
See Ice Hockey Herald
The Ice Hockey Herald Annual
See Ice Hockey Herald
The Ice House
Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales. Formerly known as Wales National Ice Rink.
Home ice for : Cardiff Devils and Cardiff Rage.
Capacity : 2,800
Ice pad size : 184 feet x 85 feet
"The Ice Rink"
The english title for a French comedy film called "La Patinoire" made in 1999 about an ice hockey movie being made on an ice rink. The film-within-a-film idea is extended because the film crew also has a TV crew making a documentary of the movie.
'The Igloo'
See Pittsburgh Civic Arena
"The Jaques Plante Story"
Book by Andy O'Brien, published by McGraw-Hill-Ryerson in 1972.
"The Klein & Reif Hockey Compendium"
A book by Jeff Z Klein and Karl-Eric Reif, published in two editions in 1986 and 1987.
'The Kitchener Kids'
See 'Kraut Line'
"The Legend of Hobey Baker"
Book by John Davies, published in 1966 by Little, Brown and Co, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
The MARK of the Quad Cities
Moline, Illinois, USA. Renamed i wireless Center ahead of the 2007-08 season.
Home ice for : Quad City Mallards
Capacity : 9,237
Ice pad size : 
"The Men In The Nets"
Book by Jim Hunt, published by McGraw-Hill-Ryerson in 1972.
"The Mighty Ducks"
A feature film from Disney made in 1992.
"The Mighty Ducks 2"
A feature film sequal to "The Mighty Ducks". Made by Disney in 1994.
"The Mighty Ducks 3"
A feature film sequal to "The Mighty Ducks 2". Made by Disney in 1996.
The NEC
See NEC.
'The Next One'
Nickname for Eric Lindros.
"The Nottingham Panthers"
A book about the Nottingham Panthers team, published in Derby, England by Breedon Books in 1982.
The Official's Wearhouse [web site]
Fairport, New York, USA. A Retail/Mail-order Company specialising in Hockey Referee Equipment and Apparel.
The Olympia
Detroit, Michigan, USA. Opened in 1927.
Home ice for : Detroit Red Wings
Capacity :
Ice pad size :
The Omni
Atlanta, Georgia, USA. 
Home ice for : Atlanta Flames
Capacity : 15,191
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
'The Pocket Rocket'
See Joseph Henri 'The Pocket Rocket' Richard
"The Puck Starts Here"
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A book by Dr Garth Vaughan about the origin of Ice Hockey in Nova Scotia, published in February 1997 by Goose Lane Editions.
'The Q'
See QMJHL
The Ringbearer  [web site]
A tribute to goaltender Wendell Young. The Ringbearer is a web site created by Bryan McCready - it provides a complete history of Wendell Young's career including stats, photos, draft lists, accomplishments, injuries, trades, championships (Robertson, Memorial, Calder, Turner & Stanley Cups), and a lot more.
The Round Table [web site]
A good looking web site, established in January 2000, for fans of the London Knights (UK version) run by 'Loud Knight'.
The Scottish Star
A weekly four page tabloid founded, edited & published by Johnny Kelly and devoted to ice hockey in Scotland. It was published during the hockey season and ran for 123 issues - from September 1947 until April 1951.
The Selke Trophy
Presented annually to the most sportsmanlike player in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
"The Skaters Cavalcade"
A book by A C A Wade. Published in London in 1939.
The Slapshot
A UK hockey magazine that ran to 32 issues and was published 1984-87 by Gary Wilkie.
The Sporting News [web site]
The Sporting News Hockey Yearbook
St Louis, Missouri, USA. Publishers of periodicals and books for all major sports in the USA. Founded by Alfred Henry Spink, who published the first issue of The Sporting News on 17th March 1886. 
The Sports Zone [web site]
The Sports Zone reproduces classic Hockey Jerseys from days gone by. From 1920 Team Canada, to Cinncinati Mohawks, to the World Hockey Association and much more in between. A large selection of country jerseys available.
The Stadium
Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.  
Home ice for : Grand Rapids Rockets (1950-56)
Capacity : 
Ice pad size :
The Stanley Cup
See Stanley Cup
The Story of Ice Hockey
A Newservice pamphlet published in London in 1948.
"The Story of the National Hockey League"
A book by Brian McFarlane, published in 1973 by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, USA.
The Summit
Houston, Texas, USA. Formerly known as the Houston Summit.
Home ice for : Houston Aeros (1994-99)
Capacity : 15,242 seats
Ice pad size :
The Summit Centre
Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland.
Home ice for :
Capacity :  1,000
Ice pad size : 184 feet x 85 feet
"The Sweater"
A short film made in 1980. A French Canadian boy endures the shame of having the hockey sweater of the wrong team.
"The Violent World of Professional Hockey - The Ice Men"
A book by Gary Ronberg, published in 1973 by Crown Publishers, Inc, New York, USA.
"The World Cup of Hockey : A History of Hockey's Greatest Tournament"

A book by Joe Pelletier and Pat Houda, published in 2001 by Warwick Publishing.
"The Young Sportsman's Guide To Ice Hockey"
A book by Jack Riley, published in 1962 by Thomas Nelson & Sons, New York, USA.
Thebarton Ice Arena
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. Formerly known as the Adelaide Snowdome. 
Home ice for : Adelaide Avalanche
Capacity : 
Ice pad size : 182 feet x 85 feet
Theberge, Gerry (- )
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1956 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Kitchener Waterloo Dutchmen 1955-56.
Medals : Won Olympic bronze in 1956.
TheHockey.Net [web site]
TheHockey.Net is produced by Steen Media Ltd, a content developer based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  The audio/video-based site features exclusive interviews with NHL players and personalities. Online since November 10, 1998 and updated several times a week, TheHockey.Net involves players, coaches, executives, broadcasters and others from the world of NHL hockey. TheHockey.Net specifically targets European hockey fans: while the interviews are in English, many of the European NHLers also send messages "back home" in their native languages.
Thelen, A J (1986- )
Born in Shakopee, Minnesota, USA. Defenceman. Minnesota Wild 1st pick (12th overall) in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.
Theodore, Jose (1976- ) 
Born in Laval, Quebec, Canada. Netminder. Montreal Canadiens 2nd pick (44th overall) in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1995-96. Played for Canada in the 2000 World Championships and the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.
Club Career : Played for Hull Olympiques & Fredericton Canadiens (one game) 1994-95, Hull Olympiques & Montreal Canadiens (one game) 1995-96, Montreal Canadiens & Fredericton Canadiens 1996-99 and Montreal Canadiens 1999- .
Medals : Won the World Cup of Hockey in 2004.
Honours :
Won the Hart Memorial Trophy in 2002.
Won the Vezina Trophy in 2002. 
Won the World Championship (Junior) Best Goalkeeper Award in 1996.
NHL All-Star Second Team 2001-02.
Therien, Chris (1971- )
Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Defenceman.
International Career :
Played for Team Canada 1992-93 & 1993-94. Played for Canada in the 1994 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Team Canada & Hershey Bears 1993-94, Hershey Bears & Philadelphia Flyers 1994-95 and Philadelphia Flyers 1995- .
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 1994.
Therkildsen, Jan (- )
Club Career : Played for Herning IK
Honours : Denmark Player of the Year in 1973.
Therrien, Michel (1963- )
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Coach.
Club Career : Coached Laval Titans 1993-95, Granby Predateurs 1995-97, Fredericton Canadiens 1997-99, Quebec Citadelles 1999-00, Quebec Citadelles & Montreal Canadiens 2000-01 and Montreal Canadiens 2001- .
Medals : Won the Memorial Cup in 1996 (coach).
Won the Presidents Cup 1995-96 (coach).
Won the John Rougeau Trophy 1993-94, 1994-95 & 1995-96 (coach).
Thibaudeau, Gilles (- )
Forward.
Club Career : Played for HC Ambri-Piotta 2000-01.
Thibert, Benoit (1977- )
Born in Chateauguay, Quebec, Canada. Netminder. 
Club Career : Played for Memphis Riverkings 1998-99 and Indianapolis Ice 1999- .
Thillien, Charles (- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for France in the 1983 & 1985 World Championship (Pool C), the 1987 Olympic Qualification Team and the 1987 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Tours.
Medals : Won World Championship (Pool C) gold in 1985.
Honours : Won the Jean Ferrand Trophy in 1982-83.
Thilthorpe, Ben (1978- )
Left-wing.
International Career :
Played for Australia in the 2002 & 2004 (Division II) World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Adelaide Avalanche.
Medals : Won World Championship Division II (Group A) bronze in 2004.
Thilthorpe, Luke (1981- )
Forward.
International Career :
Played for Australia in the 2002 & 2004 (Division II) World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Adelaide Avalanche.
Medals : Won World Championship Division II (Group A) bronze in 2004.
"Thin Ice"
An episode from the Sabrina, The Teenage Witch comedy series (2002) about a teenage girl with magical powers. Sabrina faces the wrath of Zeus when she uses her magical powers to help win a hockey game. Stars - Melissa Joan Hart, David Lascher, Soleil Moon Frye, Beth Broderick, Caroline Rhea.
Thomas, Glynne (1935- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Great Britain in 1961 and in 1976.
Club Career : Played for Streatham 1975-76.
Honours : Elected to the British Hall of Fame in 1991.
Southern League (South) All-Star netminder 1975-76.
Thomas, John (1936- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for Australia in the 1960 Olympics and the 1962 World Championships.
Thomas, Steve (1963- )
Born in Stockport, Lancashire, England. Scored the game winning goal in the first NHL game at the Air Canada Centre on the 20th February 1999, as the Leafs beat the Montreal Canadiens 3-2 in overtime.
International Career : Played for Canada in four World Championships between 1991 and 1996.
Club Career : Played for Toronto Maple Leafs 1983-87, Chicago Blackhawks 1987-91, New York Islanders 1991-95, New Jersey Devils 1995-98, Toronto Maple Leafs 1998-01, Chicago Blackhawks 2001-02, Chicago Blackhawks & Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2002-03 and Detroit Red Wings 2003- .
Honours : AHL Rookie of the Year 1985.
Thomas, Tim (1974- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Club Career : Played for IFK Helsinki
Honours : Won the Urpo Ylönen Trophy in 1997-98.
SM-liiga All Star Team netminder 1998.
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Home ice for : Las Vegas Thunder.
Capacity : 12,347
Ice pad size :
Thompson, Billy (1982- )
Born Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Netminder. Florida Panthers 7th pick (136th overall) in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. Traded to Ottawa Senators 2002.
Club Career : Played for Prince George Cougars 2000- .
Thompson, Bobby (- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1952-53.
Thompson, Cecil R 'Tiny' (1905-1981)
Born in Sandon, British Columbia, Canada. Netminder.  
Club Career : Played for Boston Bruins 1928-39.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1929.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1959 (player).
Won the Vezina Trophy in 1930, 1933, 1936 & 1938.
NHL All-Star First Team 1935-36 & 1937-38.
NHL All-Star Second Team 1930-31 & 1934-35.
NHL All-Star Roster 1937.
Thompson, H P (- )
Purchased the Québec Bulldogs NHL franchise in 1920 and transferred it to Hamilton Tigers.
Thompson, Paul (1906-1991)
Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career (playing) :
Played for New York Rangers 1926-31 and Chicago Blackhawks 1931-39.
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Chicago Blackhawks 1938-45.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1928, 1934 & 1938.
Honours : NHL All-Star First Team left-wing 1937-38.
NHL All-Star First Team coach 1939-40.
NHL All-Star Second Team left-wing 1935-36.
NHL All-Star Second Team coach 1941-42.
Thompson, Paul (1968- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1998.
Club Career : Played for Guildford Flames 1993-99.
Medals : Won the British National League Play-off Championships in 1998.
Won the British National League 1997-98.
Won the Southern Premier League 1997-98.
Thompson, Roger (- )
Netminder.
Club Career : Played for Liverpool Leopards 1975-76.
Honours : Southern League (Midland) All-Star netminder 1975-76
Thompson, Shaun (1987- )
Born in Slough, Berkshire, England. Forward.
Club Career :
Played for Basingstoke Bison & Bracknell Bees 2005-07.
Thoms, Bill (1910-1964)
Born in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. Centre.
Club Career :
Played for Toronto Maple Leafs 1932-38, Toronto Maple Leafs & Chicago Blackhawks 1938-39, Chicago Blackhawks 1939-44 and Chicago Blackhawks & Boston Bruins 1944-45.
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team centre 1935-36.
NHL All-Star Roster 1934.
Thomson, Jim (1927-1991)
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career :
Played for Toronto Maple Leafs 1945-57 and Chicago Blackhawks 1957-58.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1947, 1948, 1949 & 1951.
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team defenceman 1950-51 & 1951-52.
NHL All-Star Roster 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952 & 1953.
Thomson, Keith (1909- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1931-34.
Thomson, William ' Bill' (1914-1993 )
Born in Troon, Scotland. Forward. Played 11 NHL games for Detroit Red Wings in two spells - 1938-39 & 1943-44.
International Career :
Played for Canada in the 1936 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Port Arthur Bear Cats in 1935-36.
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 1936.
Thorell, Pehr (- )
Born in Sweden.
Club Career : Played for Björkekärrs IK and Streatham Redskins 1974-75.
Thorisson, Helgi (- )
Born in Iceland.
International Career : Coached Iceland in the 2004 World Championship Division III (assistant). 
Medals : Won World Championship Division III gold in 2004 (assistant coach).
Thorncroft, Andrew Frederick 'Roo' (1968- )
Born in Farnborough, Kent, England. 
Club Career : Played for the Medway Bears 1986-93.
Medals :
Won the English League 1991-92.
Won the English League Play-offs in 1992.
Thornson, Len (- )
Club Career : Played for Fort Wayne Komets 1961-67.
Honours : Won the Leo P Lamoureux Memorial Trophy 1961-62, 1963-64 & 1966-67.
Thornton, Joe (1979- ) 
Born in London, Ontario, Canada. Centre. Boston Bruins 1st pick (1st overall) in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career :
Played for Canada (Junior) in 1996-97. Played for Canada in the 2001 & 2005 World Championships and the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.
Club Career : Played for Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds 1995-97, Boston Bruins 1997-04, HC Davos 2004-05, Boston Bruins & San Jose Sharks 2005- .
Medals : Won World Cup of Hockey gold in 2004.
Won the Swiss Championship 2005.
Won World Championship silver in 2005.
Honours : World Championship Most Valueable Player Award 2005.
Won the Art Ross Trophy in 2005-06.
Won the Hart Memorial Trophy in 2005-06.
NHL All-Star Second Team centre 2002-03.
NHL All-Star Roster 2002, 2003 & 2004.
Captain of Boston Bruins 2003-05.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 6 19
Thornton, Scott (1971- )
Born in London, Ontario, Canada. Right-wing/Centre.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1990-91. Played for Canada in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Club Career : Played for Belleville Bulls 1987-90, Belleville Bulls & Toronto Maple Leafs & Newmarket Saints 1990-91, Edmonton Oilers & Cape Breton Oilers 1991-94, Edmonton Oilers 1994-96, Montreal Canadiens 1996-99 and Dallas Stars 1999- .
Thornton, Shawn (1977- )
Born in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing. Toronto Maple Leafs 6th pick (190th Overall) in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for St John's Maple Leafs 1997-01, Norfolk Admirals 2001-02, Norfolk Admirals & Chicago Blackhawks 2002-04, Norfolk Admirals 2004-05, Chicago BlackhawksC & Norfolk Admirals 2005-06 and Anaheim Ducks 2006- .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 2007.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 29 33 45 49
Thornton, Steve (1973- )
Born in Gloucester, Ontario, Canada. Right-wing.
International Career : Played for Great Britain in the 1999 World Championship Pool B.
Club Career : Played for Peoria Rivermen & Klagenfurter AC 1995-96, Mannheim Eagles & Cardiff Devils 1996-97 and Cardiff Devils 1997- .
Honours : Sekona Face To Watch - January 2000.
BIHWA All-Star forward 1997-98 & 1999-00.
'Three Crowns'
A nickname for Sweden.
Thunder Bay Flyers
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Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Played in the USHL (junior league).
Home ice : 
Team colours : 

Head coach : Rick Adduono 1993-94, Rick Adduono & .. 1994- 
Thunder Bay Senators
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Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Colonial Hockey League 1993-97. When the league changed its name to the United Hockey League, the team also changed its name - this time, to the Thunder Bay Thunder Cats.
Home ice : Fort William Gardens
Team colours : 
Affiliations have included : Ottawa Senators 1994-96
Honours :
Won the Colonial Cup in 1994 & 1995.
Won the Colonial Hockey League in 1993-94 & 1994-95.
Thunder Bay Thunder Cats
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Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Played in the United Hockey League 1997-99. Prior to the 1999-00 season the team relocated to Rockford, Illinois, USA and changed its name to the Rockford IceHogs.
Home ice : Fort William Gardens
Team colours : 
Thunder Bay Thunder Hawks
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Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Colonial Hockey League 1991-93. The team changed its name to Thunder Bay Senators after the 1992-93 season.
Home ice : Fort William Gardens
Team colours : 
Honours :
Won the Colonial Cup in 1992.
Thunder Bay Twins
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Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Played in the Canadian-American Senior Hockey League.
Home ice :  
Team colours : 
Head coach : Rick Adduono 1982-90
Thunderbird Winter Sports Center
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Home ice for :
University of British Columbia
Capacity :
 
Ice pad size : 
Thunderdome
Tampa, Florida, USA. Established the US indoor attendance record for a hockey match on Tuesday 23 April 1996 when 28,183 saw the Lightning take on the Philadelphia Flyers in a Conference Quarter-Final play-off game.
Home ice for : Tampa Bay Lightning (1993-96)
Capacity : 28,000
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Thurgau (HC Thurgau) [web site]
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Thurgau, Switzerland. Known as the Lions. Play in the Swiss Hockey League.
Home ice : Bodensee Arena
Team colours : blue & gold

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