Ron Greschner
Canadian ice hockey player
Ron Greschner
Ronald John Greschner is a retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played in the NHL for 16 seasons between 1974 and 1990. Greschner was selected 32nd overall by the New York Rangers in the 1974 NHL Amateur Draft. He played in 982 career NHL games, all with the Rangers, scoring 179 goals and 431 assists for 610 points. He also compiled 1,226 penalty minutes.
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The New York Week That Was (Why Does The Thing I Love The Most Make Me So ... - SB Nation New York
Google News - over 5 years
... Harry Howell, Andy Bathgate, Bob Nevin, Vic Hadfield, Brad Park, Phil Esposito, Dave Maloney (who was the youngest), Barry Beck, Ron Greschner and Kelly Kissio, and of course we know the ones from the last 20 years, with Mark Messier, Brian Leetch,
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Getting to Know: Nick Fotiu - The Hockey News
Google News - over 5 years
Guys I played with - Ron Greschner. We talk a lot." Funniest Players Encountered: "Blaine Stoughton - he played for Hartford and a little with the Rangers. What's his name - he played for Pittsburgh and Calgary...(Mike Bullard?) Yes
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Wine and beer tasting event to aid MS center - News Transcript
Google News - over 5 years
... including former professional boxer Gerry Cooney; Ken Daneyko, formerly with the New Jersey Devils; Keith Elias, formerly with the New York Giants; Nick Fotiu, formerly with the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers; Ron Greschner, formerly with
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Getting To Know: Ron Greschner - The Hockey News
Google News - over 5 years
Ron Greschner had 610 points in 982 career NHL games. (Photo by Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty Images) Status: New York Rangers defenseman from 1974-1990. Currently operates www.Greschnersports.com which specializes in authentic, customized memorabilia
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Ranger Great Ron Greschner Probably not Voting for Obama - Gack Sports
Google News - over 5 years
New York Ranger great Ron Greschner is a bit fired up over VP Joe Biden. His last facebook status is above. Yeah, Gresh would like to know if the Veep and some Dems are 'out of their fucking... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
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Russian legends open hearts - IIHF
Google News - over 5 years
Russian Hockey Legends captain Yuri Lyapkin (left) and former New York Ranger Ron Greschner (right) at the face-off. In the middle are New York City fire commissioner Salvatore Cassano (left) and Andrei Yushmanov, consul general of the Russian
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Rangers by the Numbers: The Best New York Rangers by Jersey Number - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
Prior to Brian Leetch, Ron Greschner was the best offensive defenseman to play for the Blueshirts. Greschner played 16 seasons for the Rangers, and was the link between the two greatest homegrown players in team history, Leetch and Rod Gilbert
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Staten Island has a few outstanding young golfers of its own - SILive.com
Google News - over 5 years
This outing features Rod Gilbert, Gerry Cooney, Ron Greschner as well as Jim Albus and Bill Britton. The event is completely sold out, but if you'd care to stop by the Lake to say hello, you are welcome. Time is running out to enter the 22nd annual
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Former Rangers left wing Steve Vickers says NHL's focus with concussions ... - New York Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
The FDNY teamed up with NHL alumni including Vickers and his former Blueshirts teammates Ron Greschner, Ed Hospodar and Chris Kotsopoulos in an exhibition match to benefit the FDNY Widows and Children's Fund against the Legends of USSR team,
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'Battles On Ice' brings Chilled War to Aviator - BrooklynPapers.com
Google News - over 5 years
... New York Rangers Ron Duguay, Ron Greschner and Chris Kotsopoulos; former New Jersey Devil Valeri Kamensky; and former Boston Bruin Alexei Kasatonov; and Alexander “The Big Yak” Yakushev, who played with Team Canada in the famous 1972 Summit Series
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Las leyendas del hockey de la URRS participarán en un partido benéfico en ... - España rusa
Google News - over 5 years
En el partido participarán las estrellas del hockey soviético y ruso Aleksander Yakushev, Valeri Kamenski, Aleksey Kasatonov, Serguey Makarov, Vladímir Lutchenko y los maestros del pasado de la NHL Ron Duguay, Ron Greschner, Steve Vickers y Chris y
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Russia-US ice hockey stars to play charity match on June 19 - The Voice of Russia
Google News - over 5 years
According to the RIA-Novosti news agency, the line ups of the Russian and US teams include such ice-hockey stars as Alexander Yakushev, Sergey Makarov, Vladimir Lutchenko, Alexei Kasatonov, Valery Kamensky and also Ron Duguay, Ron Greschner,
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Blueshirt Banter Radio Tonight at 8:30! - Blueshirt Banter
Google News - over 5 years
Remember, if you have missed any of our previous shows, with great guests like Wayne Gretzky, Ron Greschner, Theo Fleury, and Emile Francis, you can download them on Itunes, Microsoft Zune, or right off the Blueshirt Banter Radio page
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OVER THE GLASS AND INTO LORE
NYTimes - about 7 years
When Catherine Kaptain turned on the evening news and saw her son John being struck with his own shoe in a fight with the Boston Bruins, her disdain for the sport her family loved never seemed more justified. ''I screamed, 'They're beating up my babies!' '' she said. Thirty years ago, on Dec. 23, 1979, Bruins defenseman Mike Milbury whacked John
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Leetch Returns Home to Stay
NYTimes - about 9 years
Brian Leetch stood on a red carpet on the ice at Madison Square Garden, his 2-year-old son Sean perched on his hip, their eyes following the No. 2 banner being hoisted to the rafters. Leetch's two older children, son Jack and daughter Riley, stood next to him, their necks craned and mouths open, taking in the emotional ceremony honoring their dad.
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HOCKEY; On a Night For Richter, The Rangers Fall Short
NYTimes - about 13 years
Mike Richter admitted he was overwhelmed by last night's ceremony in which his No. 35 was raised to the rafters at Madison Square Garden. In an emotionally charged 45-minute ceremony, Richter showed that he had not lost his sense of humor despite retiring in September because of the effects of concussions that cut short his previous two seasons.
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Sports of The Times; Isles Win, Just Like Old Times
NYTimes - almost 15 years
BLOOD was oozing from three or four stitches just past Steve Webb's right eye. He preferred to talk about the feeling in the arena. ''Now I see why all the old guys come around,'' he said, referring to the old Islanders who return to Nassau Coliseum, partially out of nostalgia but also in the hopes that the old days just might come back again for
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Sports of The Times; Yashin Is Helping to Revive an American Dynasty
NYTimes - over 15 years
WHEN Aleksei Yashin was a boy, his favorite team was Red Army, which was like rooting for the Yankees in baseball, or the old Boston Celtics in basketball, or even the Islanders in hockey, but Yashin did not know about those foreign dynasties back then. What he knew was that every year or two the stars of Red Army would form the nucleus of the
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HOCKEY; Yashin, With Big Pact, Is Also Thinking Big
NYTimes - over 15 years
Aleksei Yashin was about two minutes into his monstrous, new 10-year contract when he found a spot behind a podium loaded down with microphones and carefully opened a folder of notes. Then Yashin said something today that was stunning and brazen, especially considering that he plays for the Islanders now. ''I hope all together we can bring the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ron Greschner
    TWENTIES
  • 1977
    Age 22
    Greschner's best offensive season was the 1977–78 season when he scored 24 goals and 48 assists for 72 points.
    More Details Hide Details In 2009, Greschner was ranked No. 12 on the all-time list of New York Rangers in the book 100 Ranger Greats (John Wiley & Sons). Greschner was previously married to supermodel Carol Alt. He has five children with his wife, Lori; the family lives in West Palm Beach. Florida. He also heads the Ron Greschner Foundation to support autism research and awareness.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1974
    Age 19
    Greschner was selected 32nd overall by the New York Rangers in the 1974 NHL Amateur Draft.
    More Details Hide Details He played in 982 career NHL games, all with the Rangers, scoring 179 goals and 431 assists for 610 points. He also compiled 1,226 penalty minutes.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1954
    Born
    Born on December 22, 1954.
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