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Extractions: Tony Twist, repeatedly referred to in many hockey publications as "the toughest guy in hockey" comes by his reputation naturally. Genetically, you might say. His grandfather, Harry once held the welterweight title of Western Canada, and later trained young fighters. Like grandpa Harry, Tony's dad, Stan, served with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in B.C. Tony was drafted as the St. Louis Blues 9th choice in the 1988 entry draft. He played in St. Louis and with their farm team in Peoria, IL until being traded to the Quebec Nordiques in 1991. Tony played with Quebec until he was reacquired by the Blues as a free agent in August of 1994. Sports Illustrated called him " 6'1'' , 240 pounds of pure deterrence." Tony generates a respect among other teams that provides a little more skating room for his Blues teammates and makes him a big favorite with fans all around the league. Known for his off-ice compassion as well as his on-ice toughness, Tony actively supports many local and national causes, and genuinely enjoys his unique rapport with fans. Born May 9, 1968 in Prince George, B.C., Tony and his wife Jocelyn, daughter Brittany and son Christian make their off season home in Kamloops, B.C. and enjoy the wide variety of outdoor activities available there. Tony is especially fond of the mild climate that is just perfect for cruising on one of his Harleys. once again this summer Tony hosts
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Extractions: Hockey Memorabilia By Player Sports Hockey Football Baseball Basketball ... Display Cases Other/Plaks Movies Cartoons Models Misc Information Authenticity Mailing List Corporate Custom Framing ... Secure Shopping Tony Twist, was selected 177th overall by the St. Louis Blues in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft. As a hard working checker, Twist was also responsible for standing up for his teammates. His presence on the ice provided his teammates with more space and respect. Twist was no stranger to the penalty box and wouldn't hesitate to drop the gloves when he saw something he didn't like. There are currently no products available for this player. Hockey By Player By Team By League Search Tony Twist Biography Statistics Hot Teams Maple Leafs Red Wings Canadiens Bruins ... Flyers We Accept Login / Logout Login About Us Contact Us ... Custom Framing Sports Memorabilia Collectibles Exclusive / Semi Exclusive Memorabilia
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Extractions: See How to Edit and Style and How-to for help, or this article's talk page Rather than an official position, an enforcer is a role in ice hockey . An enforcer is usually the toughest player on the team, who is expected to intimidate and/or attack the opposition by his presence on the ice. At the NHL level, each team usually hires a main enforcer. Although the players who apply for this role in the present era are expected to have other hockey talents, at times in the past, some NHL enforcers were one-dimensional. Some players have evolved from the enforcer role by working on the other aspects of their game; Scott Stevens and Lyle Odelein are examples of players that combine intimidation with good fundamental defensive skills, while Matthew Barnaby is an example of an enforcer who shows an occasional scoring touch. As well, some legendary scorers were also renowned tough men and were effectively their own enforcer, such as Gordie Howe and Maurice Richard An enforcer's presence usually acts as a deterrent against dirty play by the opposition; if a teammate is a victim of a dirty play or an attempt to injure, the enforcer is expected to respond in kind.
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