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1943 - Born in Hamilton, Ontario 1958 - While attending St. NCAA Jerseys From China . Michaels College School in Toronto, played two seasons for the Hamilton Tiger Cubs of the Ontario Hockey Association 1962 - Accepted a scholarship to Michigan Tech, but was ruled inelgible to play in the NCAA because his rights belonged to the Detroit Red Wings - Played one season for Red Wings junior affiliate-Edmonton Oil Kings, where he won the Memorial Cup 1963 - Turned pro and bounced around various minor leagues for five seasons, including the Eastern Hockey League (Knoxville Knights), Central Professional Hockey League (Tula Oilers, Memphis Wings and Houston Apollos) and the Western Hockey League (Seattle Totems) 1968 - Signed with the Toronto Maple Leafs and notched two goals and seven assists in 40 games in his rookie season 1969 - In an April 2 10-0 playoff loss to the Boston Bruins, infamously laid out Bobby Orr with a thundering open-ice check that left Orr concussed and incited a bench-clearing brawl 1970 - After two seasons with the Leafs, claimed by the Vancouver Canucks in NHL Expansion Draft 1972 - After two seasons with the Canucks, claimed by the Atlanta Flames in NHL Expansion Draft and later named captain - Graduates from York University with BA in economics 1977 - Retires from NHL with 18 goals and and 113 assists in 606 career games - Named assistant coach of Philadelphia Flyers under Fred Shero 1978 - Takes over as head coach of Flyers after half-season as head coach of AHL-affiliate Maine Mariners 1980 - In first full season as coach, leads Flyers to a 35-game unbeaten run - Flyers lose Stanley Cup final in six games to New York Islanders - Claims Jack Adams Award given to NHLs coach of the year 1981 - Signs five-year extension with Flyers 1982 - Fired by Flyers after only one season into new contract - Enrolled in law school at Philadelphia-area Wiedener University 1984 - Returns to NHL as head coach of Los Angeles Kings - Leads Kings back to playoffs following two-year absence with 23-point improvement to prior season - Completes law degree at University of San Diego 1986 - Signs deal with to become president and general manager of Vancouver Canucks while still under contract with Kings - Though Quinn argues that Kings missed a deadline on his contract that allowed him to negotiate with other clubs, NHL President John Ziegler suspends Quinn for the remainder of the season and prevents him from taking over control of Canucks until the following June - On top of the suspension, Ziegler bans Quinn from coaching anywhere in the NHL until 1990 1988 - Drafts Trevor Linden second overall out of the Saskatoon Blades in NHL Entry Draft 1989 - Drafts Pavel Bure 113th overall out of CSKA Moscow 1991 - Takes over as head coach of Canucks with 26 games remaining in regular season 1992 - Wins second Jack Adams Award after leading Canucks to Smythe Division title 1993 - Canucks repeat as Smythe Division winners 1994 - Canucks are defeated by the New York Rangers in seven games of the Stanley Cup Final - Leaves Canucks bench to concentrate on front office duties 1997 - After sale of team to group front by John McCaw, Quinn is fired by Canucks 1998 - Named head coach of Toronto Maple Leafs and leads Leafs to Eastern Conference finals in first season in charge 1999 - Takes over as general manager of team 2002 - Coaches Team Canada to first gold medal in 50 years at Salt Lake City Winter Olympics - Leads Leafs to Eastern Conference finals, losing to Carolina Hurricanes in six games 2003 - Relinquishes general manager role to John Ferguson, Jr. 2004 - Coaches Canada to victory at World Cup of Hockey with a perfect 6-0 mark 2005 - Hamiltons Parkdale Arena renamed Pat Quinn Arena 2006 - Quinns Canada is eliminated by Russia in quarterfinals of 2006 Torino Winter Olympics - Leafs miss the playoffs for the first time under Quinn, who is fired by team at seasons end - Receives honorary degree from McMaster University - Coaches Canadian entry at 2006 Spengler Cup, where team is defeated 3-2 in final by HC Davos 2008 - Coaches Canada to gold medal at World U18 Championships 2009 - With a team including PK Subban, John Tavares and Alex Pietrangelo, coaches Canada to an undefeated World Junior Championships run and a gold medal - Returns to NHL as coach of Edmonton Oilers, but is fired after one season with league-worst record 2012 - Named to the Order of Canada 2013 - Takes over as chairman of Hockey Hall of Fame Wholesale NCAA Jerseys . 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Since funding for the tests has been frozen and the cost of testing can eclipse $1,000 per test, university athletes in a number of sports are being tested less often.Once considered the future of the 205lb division, former UFC light heavyweight champion Mauricio "Shogun" Rua heads into Friday nights UFC Fight Night 33 bout against James Te Huna on a two-fight losing streak, a first for him in his illustrious 22-fight career. The question all fans want to know heading into this light heavyweight affair is will Rua display his true potential. Working with UFC welterweight fighter Demian Maias team in Sao Paulo Brazil and having training partners such as fellow UFC stand outs Fabio Maldonado and Daniel Sarafian, the 32-year old feels very well prepared for Friday nights encounter. "Im feeling very good coming into this fight." Rua told TSN.ca through a translator. While Te Huna doesnt hold the same name value as past opponents Lyoto Machida, Jon Jones or Alexander Gustafsson, the former Chute Boxe fighter believes his Australian foe is a worthy opponent. "I think hes a guy that has earned some good wins in the UFC. Hes a very aggressive fighter so it made all the sense in the world (to fight him) and its going to be a great fight." Te Hunas weakness is clearly in his ground game as all five of his losses have been by way of submission. Despite this, Rua doesnt have a specific game plan for the Athletic All-star pupil. "Well take the fight wherever it goes. The most important thing for me is to win the fight, regardless of how I do it or in which way." Many pundits have suggested win or lose that perhaps "Shogun" would have better success dropping down to the middleweight division. While he hasnt ruled out the idea, its not something that hes thinking about. "I dont get stressed about it. Its natural for fans to ask about their favourite fighter dropping down in weight. I try to educate them, but its not that simple." Fighting for the first time in Australia, Rua is using this opportunity as extra motivation for a victory on Friday. "Im excited to be here for the first time. This iss a place where the fans are really friendly and supportive of the fighters. Fake NCAA Jerseys. " Meanwhile for the Aussie native Te Huna, fighting one of his idols on his home soil is a dream come true. "I was a really big fan of Shogun during his PRIDE days when I first started MMA," said Te Huna to TSN.ca Interestingly enough it was the 32-year-old Te Huna who asked for this fight when he heard the Brazilian was potentially available. "I asked for the fight earlier this year and I thought it was a bit of a longshot for me with his two straight losses. Shogun has a huge fan base (in Australia); the UFC liked it and put it together." Despite Te Huna being a slight favourite in the eyes of the odds makers, hes well aware of the skill Rua can present on any given night. "A lot of people are writing him off (in this fight) but people tend to forget when hes coming off injury it takes a fight or two for him to come back strong." "Its going to be a tough match. Hes fought the "A" level guys and most of the guys Ive fought are the "B" level." In addition, the Mark Hunt trained Te Huna is well aware of his weaknesses on the mat and expects an all-out war. "Im prepared for this fight if it goes to the ground. Im going to expect everything." "I dont think Shogun is going to take any risks, he needs to win this fight. Whatever he needs to do hes going to do it. If its submissions, then hell go for it." For Te Huna, this is an opportunity of a lifetime to not only win in front of the Australian fans, but also propel him up the 205lb division. "Shoguns in the Top Ten for sure and a win against him will put me straight up there." And while title aspirations are in his sights with a win on Friday, Te Huna is going to soak this moment in, as this is one of the biggest milestones in his career. "Its an honor to share the cage with him this weekend. Its going to be huge for me." ' ' '
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