Jay Caufield
American ice hockey player
Jay Caufield
John Jay Caufield is a former NHL right winger. Jay was raised in the Towamencin Township, Pennsylvania, area about a mile outside of Lansdale borough. He graduated from North Penn High School.
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Tom Powers: Role of an NHL enforcer looks glamorous, but the stress has taken ... - Pioneer Press
Google News - over 5 years
Look at some of guys who passed through the North Stars' organization at the time: Richard Zemlak, Shane Churla, Jay Caufield, Link Gaetz - those guys had no hockey skills. But, even then, most players still stuck up for themselves
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V Pittbusrghu se sešli veteráni prvního Stanley Cupu - Nhl.cz
Google News - over 5 years
Jay Caufield by po odhození rukavic zřejmě i dnes prokázal svou tvrdost nejednomu o generaci mladšímu bijci. A Mark Recchi? Čerstvý vítěz Stanley Cupu? Ten vyzul brusle teprve nedávno! Zúčastnění se prošli i po Consol Energy Centeru, nové aréně Pens
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NHL: 12 Best Active Players That Have Not Won a Stanley Cup - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
Where else can you find Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier alongside Jim Paek or Jay Caufield? Now, this list could easily go to 20 or even 25 players and still be filled with deserving players. I wanted a challenge, and hopefully some discussion on the
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Legendy Pittsburghu slaví 20 let od Stanley Cupu. Jágr zůstal doma - iDNES.cz
Google News - over 5 years
Útočníci: Mario Lemieux, Phil Bourque, Jay Caufield, Bob Errey, Randy Gilhen, Jiří Hrdina, Troy Loney, Joey Mullen, Mark Recchi, Kevin Stevens, Bryan Trottier. "Pro tamní fandy jsem teď nepřítel číslo jedna," říkal Jágr po návratu ze zámoří,
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A camp for local elites - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Organizer Jeremy Hoy has teamed with former Penguin player and now Root Sports studio analyst Jay Caufield to run the camp. They recruited former Penguins player and Tampa Bay coach Rick Tocchet, who is paired with Caufield for on-ice instruction
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Empty Netter Assists - 07-17-11 - Pittsburgh Post Gazette (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
-Happy 51st birthday to former Penguins forward Jay Caufield. One of the tougest players in team history, Caufield, a former linebacker at North Dakota, came to the Penguins after being claimed off waivers from the North Stars prior to the 1988-89
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Ex-Pens say Jagr would fit well in Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Google News - over 5 years
"It's pretty phenomenal," said former forward and current Root Sports analyst Jay Caufield. "Jaromir's going to have one last shot at a Cup, and he's going to do it with this great group of players. It's a tremendous story
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Kovacevic: A Golden quarter-century, with plenty of memories to come - Tribune Review
Google News - over 5 years
Bundled up one frigid morning on Neville Island, where Mario Lemieux and Jay Caufield crammed in one last session before Lemieux would gloriously retake the ice the next night. His father, his son and I were the only witnesses to the Rockwellian image
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Remembering the '91 Cup - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
F Jay Caufield: The best thing about it was being part of a team where a number of the guys are still close friends, and realizing that you've been a part of something. Every year you see the people who win it and you know what a special time it is for
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Cup Chronicles: Bryan Trottier - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Google News - almost 6 years
Getting invited over to Gordie Dineen's house that night for dinner, meeting Jay Caufield and his wife, who are still good friends to this day. Those firsts on a new team are really, they really leave a good impression, and are real genuine and
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N.H.L.: ROUNDUP; Knuble And Bruins Tie Flyers
NYTimes - about 16 years
Mike Knuble scored midway through the third period and Byron Dafoe made 20 saves in his second game back from an injury layoff last night, lifting the Boston Bruins to a 4-4 tie with the Philadelphia Flyers. Former Boston forward Rick Tocchet gave the Flyers a 4-3 lead, their first of the game, with 11 minutes 57 seconds remaining in the third
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - over 23 years
Basketball National Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS -- Signed Greg Wiltjer, center. INDIANA PACERS -- Signed Ledell Eackles, guard. MIAMI HEAT -- Signed Jeff Martin, guard. ORLANDO MAGIC -- Named Buzz Braman shooting consultant. Signed Litterial Green, guard. Football National Football League NEW YORK GIANTS -- Waived Keith Crawford,
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Baseball American League BOSTON RED SOX -- Placed Jack Clark, first baseman, on waivers for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release. CLEVELAND INDIANS -- Agreed to terms with Jose Mesa, pitcher, on a one-year contract. NEW YORK YANKEES -- Agreed to terms with Bob Wickman and Domingo Jean, pitchers, and Russ Davis, third baseman, on
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HOCKEY; Messier Puts On Skates But Puts Off Decision
NYTimes - almost 25 years
The spasms in Mark Messier's back have subsided to the extent that he has a chance of returning to action on Saturday night after missing two games of the Patrick Division finals against the Penguins. The Ranger captain skated with the rest of his teammates this morning, the first time he had been on the ice in five days. He said afterward that he
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ON PRO HOCKEY; Penguins Feeling Heat As Cold Front Sets In
NYTimes - almost 25 years
When they continue their defense of the Stanley Cup on Thursday night in Pittsburgh, the embattled Mario Lemieux and his rattled Penguin teammates must contemplate what a repeat of Games 1 and 2 would mean for their place in history. Since the 1952 Toronto Maple Leafs, no defending champion has been swept in the first round. But if the Penguins'
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THE 1987-88 RANGERS; Opening on a Relatively Even Keel
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Last year, there were raised hackles in the locker room even before the Rangers embarked on their 47th consecutive season without a Stanley Cup. Ted Sator, whose abrasive manner had already precipitated the defections of Barry Beck and Mark Pavelich, also had a hostile relationship with the new general manager, Phil Last year, there were
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SPORTS PEOPLE; Rangers Add One
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: The Rangers signed Jay Caufield, a 22-year-old right wing who spent most of last season with Flint of the International Hockey League and New Haven of the American Hockey League. The Rangers signed Jay Caufield, a 22-year-old right wing who spent most of last season with Flint of the International Hockey League and New Haven of the American
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Pacifism Pays Off, Rangers Discover
NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: On the first night, the Flyers came at them with their sticks high and their fists ready. The Rangers turned away, and they won. On the first night, the Flyers came at them with their sticks high and their fists ready. The Rangers turned away, and they won. On the second night, the Flyers again baited the Rangers. This time, the Rangers
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ISLANDERS WIN, RANGERS LOSE TO TIE BOTH SERIES, 1-1; FLYERS 8, RANGERS 3
NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: Finally there were breakaways from Philadelphia and goals from in close, and the Flyers restored their series with the Rangers back to order. Finally there were breakaways from Philadelphia and goals from in close, and the Flyers restored their series with the Rangers back to order. That is, the natural order, for they did things in the old
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N.H.L. PLAYOFFS; ESPOSITO HARBORING SECRETS
NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: The final practice session was over so the players milled about, analyzing, reflecting, calculating, prognosticating, and just waiting. Finally, the bus was ready for boarding and the Rangers were ushered away, exact destination unknown. The final practice session was over so the players milled about, analyzing, reflecting, calculating,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jay Caufield
    THIRTIES
  • 1993
    Age 32
    He was demoted to the IHL for 1993–94 and retired at the end of the season.
    More Details Hide Details After he retired as a hockey player, Caufield made a brief appearance as the Penguins' goalie Brad Tolliver in the hockey-themed action film Sudden Death. He also became a personal trainer, working extensively with Mario Lemieux during his various NHL comebacks. Currently, Caufield works as an analyst on Root Sports Live: Penguins Post Game, which appears on Root Sports Pittsburgh.
  • 1991
    Age 30
    With the Penguins, Caufield played most of five seasons, including the 1991–92 Stanley Cup.
    More Details Hide Details He averaged nearly four penalty minutes a game, and in 194 games with Pittsburgh he scored three goals.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1987
    Age 26
    The Rangers traded Caufield prior to the 1987–88 season, where he played 65 games for the Kalamazoo Wings.
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  • 1986
    Age 25
    He played 13 games with the Rangers in the 1986–87 season, accumulating 45 penalty minutes.
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  • 1985
    Age 24
    Caufield attended the University of North Dakota where he played football. He later signed with the New York Rangers in 1985 and was assigned to the Toledo Goaldiggers of the IHL.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1960
    Born
    Born on July 17, 1960.
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