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Bruce Crowder:
Bruce Crowder played 4 seasons in the NHL for the Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins before retiring as a player in 1985. He then moved on to a coaching career at the University level and is now the coach of the Northeastern University Huskies. In mid January 2000, he was interviewed about his NHL career by HockeyZonePlus.

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Dean Chynoweth:
Defenseman Dean Chynoweth played 9 seasons in the NHL for the NY Islanders and the Boston Bruins. He was known for his physical play and retired as a player at 28, in 1998, after his 13th concussion. He is currently the assistant of Bob Bourne, the coach/GM of the Utah Grizzlies in the IHL. In early January 2000, he was interviewed by HockeyZonePlus.

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Michel Mongeau:
Michel Mongeau played in the IHL for 11 years and was one of the leader of his team and the league. Aside from winning many individual awards, he won the Turner Cup in the early '90s with his team, Peoria. He also played about fifty games in the NHL with the St.Louis Blues and the Tampa Bay Lightning de Tampa Bay. In an interview with HockeyZonePlus in early December 1999, he talks about his hockey career.

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Curt Bennett:
Curt Bennett played 10 years in the NHL for the Atlanta Flames, New York Rangers and St.Louis Blues, before retiring from the league in 1980. In an interview with HockeyZonePlus in late November 1999, he talks about his NHL career, his retirement and other subjects.

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Vincent Riendeau:
Goalie Vincent Riendeau played 8 years in the NHL before moving on to Manitoba for a season in the IHL and then leaving to play in Europe. He now plays in Russia, where he became the first Canadian to join a Russian team. In mid-November 1999, he was interviewed by HockeyZonePlus on his experience in Russia.


 

 

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