Joy Of Hockey/Cory Cross Carter and Cory Cross, March 11, 2003. DISCLAIMER Joy of Hockey is dedicated to the fans of Cory Cross and Edmonton Oilers. Joy of Hockey http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Extractions: Cory Cross was both in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan in 1971, and moved to Lloydminster when he was two years old. He began his hockey career at around the age of six, and played his entire minor hockey in Lloydminster. He played one year of his Jr. B with the Edmonton Royals, followed by three years with the Golden Bears while attending the University of Alberta, where he received his teaching degree. During his tenure with the Golden Bears, Cory was a part of three Canada West Champions, including one Championship in 1992. As a 21 year old playing university hockey in Canada, Cory had few thoughts of playing in the NHL. Chances for advancements from university hockey programs were basically limited to the NHL where focus was on building through the entry draft and involved primarily 18 year-olds. That all changed in 1992 when he was picked first overall by Florida in the supplemental draft. This draft was for undrafted players over the age of 21 who had not played professional hockey.
Extractions: Regular Season Playoffs Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM U. of Alberta CIAU U. of Alberta CIAU U. of Alberta CIAU Atlanta Knights IHL Atlanta Knights IHL Tampa-Bay Lightning NHL Atlanta Knights IHL Tampa-Bay Lightning NHL Tampa-Bay Lightning NHL Tampa-Bay Lightning NHL Tampa-Bay Lightning NHL Tampa-Bay Lightning NHL Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Toronto Maple Leafs NHL Hartford Wolf Pack AHL New-York Rangers NHL Edmonton Oilers NHL Edmonton Oilers NHL NHL Totals Use these stats! View as text If you have any comments or notice any mistakes with the statistics returned, please e-mail me . For information on completeness of statistics please click here! Search by League Search by Team Advertise ... Help!
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Extractions: Tampa Bay's 1st pick in the 1992 Supplemental Draft (1st Overall). Traded to Toronto by Tampa Bay with a 7th round draft pick in 2001 Entry Draft for Fredrik Modin, October 1, 1999. Signed as a free agent by New York Rangers, December 17, 2002. Traded to Edmonton by New York Rangers with Radek Dvorak for Anson Carter and Cory Cross, March 11, 2003.
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NHL.com Players National hockey League News. cory cross, cory cross 23 Defenseman. Height 6 5 Weight 225 Shoots Left Born Jan 3, 1971 LLOYDMINSTER, AB, CAN http://www.nhl.com/players/8458929.html
Extractions: Team Sites Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal Nashville New Jersey New York New York Ottawa Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh San Jose St Louis Tampa Bay Toronto Vancouver Washington Affiliate Sites CBA News AHL ECHL UHL CHL ELITE NHL Officials NARCh Mighty Roos Eishockey.com flowers.nhl.com NHL Auctions NHL Alumni PowerPlay NHLExchange Beckett e-Store Hockey Archive LLOYDMINSTER, AB, CAN Tampa Bay's 1 st -round choice (1 st overall) in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft. Cross holds the distinction of being one of the few NHLers to play amateur hockey at a Canadian university. The stay-at-home defenseman attended Alberta for three years (1990-93) prior to being selected by the Tampa Bay Lightning with the first overall pick in the 1992 Supplemental Draft. In his final season there, Cross helped Alberta capture the CIAU Championship. In 1993-94, Cross won the Turner Cup with the IHL's Atlanta Knights, tallying three points in nine playoff games. His NHL rookie season came in 1994-95, and he scored his first NHL goal, a game-winner against the New Jersey Devils, on April 18, 1995. Tampa Bay traded Cross to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Fredrik Modin in 1999. Pete Iorizzo Game By Game Stats: Career Regular Season Stats Season Team GP G A P PIM PP SH GW GT Shots Pct Lightning Lightning Lightning Lightning Lightning Lightning Maple Leafs
WhatIfSports.com: Hockey Play By Play 1140, 2000sCanada, 2 minute penalty on cory Stillman for cross check. 1140,1980sCanada, Powerplay(2) Wayne Gretzky wins faceoff against Brad Richards http://www.nhl.com/fancentral/quest/canada/boxes/pbp/105682_2.htm
Extractions: 2nd Period Summary Jump to: TIME TEAM ACTION Joe Thornton wins faceoff against Wayne Gretzky Goal scored by Jarome Iginla assisted by Joe Thornton and Wade Redden Wayne Gretzky wins faceoff against Joe Thornton Shot on goal by Luc Robitaille (snapshot) Shot on goal by Steve Sullivan (slapshot) Stoppage: offside Wayne Gretzky wins faceoff against Vincent Lecavalier 2 minute penalty on Dave Taylor for charging Shorthanded - Bryan Trottier wins faceoff against Joe Thornton Powerplay - Stoppage: puck in crowd Powerplay - Jason Allison wins faceoff against Dale Hawerchuk Powerplay - Shot on goal by Alex Tanguay (wristshot) Dave Taylor leaves the penalty box. 2 minute penalty on Dave Taylor for holding Powerplay - Joe Thornton wins faceoff against Bryan Trottier Powerplay - Shot on goal by Martin St. louis (slapshot) Shorthanded - Shot missed by Michel Goulet (over net) Dave Taylor leaves the penalty box. Stoppage: icing Jason Allison wins faceoff against Bryan Trottier Shot missed by Vincent Lecavalier (over net) 2 minute penalty on Chris Phillips for roughing Powerplay - Wayne Gretzky wins faceoff against Brad Richards Powerplay - Shot on goal by Wayne Gretzky (wristshot) Powerplay - Shot missed by Dave Taylor (cross bar) Powerplay - Stoppage: offside Powerplay - Marcel Dionne wins faceoff against Jarome Iginla Powerplay - Shot on goal by Wayne Gretzky (backhand) 2 minute penalty on Cory Stillman for cross check Powerplay(2) - Wayne Gretzky wins faceoff against Brad Richards Powerplay(2) - Shot on goal by Dino Ciccarelli (slapshot)