Wayne McBean
Canadian ice hockey defenceman
Wayne McBean
Wayne "Beaner" McBean is a retired ice hockey defenceman. McBean played professionally in the National Hockey League with the Los Angeles Kings, New York Islanders, and Winnipeg Jets.
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McLean Weekly List of Residents Charged with Offenses
McLean Patch - almost 5 years
List of McLean residents who were charged by Fairfax County police for the week ending April 20, 2012. The names are taken from the list that Fairfax County police publishes weekly of those arrested in Fairfax County. Last Name                                First Name         Middle Name                  Age  Date of Arrest                 Offense, Address CONYERS                                 JODIE               LEE                                     38   04/12/2012                    82-1-6[46.2-301]         LIC REVOKED: DR W/O LICENSE, 1 OFF                7111 DAVIS CT MCLEAN, MCLEAN, VA 22101     DINARTE BERRIOS                         VICTOR              O                                       37   04/12/2012                    18.2-456                 CONTEMPT OF COURT: FAIL TO APPEAR CAPIAS          1515 MINTWOOD, MCLEAN, VA 22101                                                                                                             DJEMMAL                ...
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Kane is almost able - Sportsnet.ca
Google News - over 5 years
As compensation the Jets received the Devils fifth-round pick, Yan Kaminsky, who played all of one game for the Jets before being traded to the Islanders for Wayne McBean. Leafs fans will probably always remember Brooke for getting thumped by Wendel
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Investing in the desert - CTV.ca
Google News - over 5 years
Lloyd and Wayne McBean have owned the Lakeside golf course in Chestermere for the past 21 years. Two years ago, the brothers decided to invest in Arizona due to the region's consistent weather, their familiarity with the area and the economy of 2009
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Small (with talent) is the new big at NHL draft - Globe and Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Among the players chosen ahead of Sakic that year: Wayne McBean, Chris Joseph, Dave Archibald, Bryan Fogerty, Jay More, Yves Racine, Keith Osborne, Dean Chynoweth and Stéphane Quintal. The Quebec Nordiques ultimately landed Sakic, but not before
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SPORTS PEOPLE: HOCKEY; Penguins Are Letting Free Agents Leave
NYTimes - over 21 years
The unrestricted free agents JOE MULLEN, KJELL SAMUELSSON and TROY MURRAY will not be coming back to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Samuelsson rejoined the Philadelphia Flyers yesterday, and the Penguins will not be making offers to the other two, General Manager CRAIG PATRICK said. The Penguins also chose not to make the qualifying offers necessary to
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HOCKEY; Draft Rule Is Keeping Fetisov and Devils a Pact Apart
NYTimes - about 22 years
The Devils and Slava Fetisov have not wrapped up an agreement and may not for another month because of an adjustment in the waiver draft rules as a result of the National Hockey League lockout. Lou Lamoriello, the team's president and general manager, said today that free agents who are signed before Feb. 20 must first be exposed to waivers, where
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HOCKEY; Islanders Intercept Streaking Devils
NYTimes - almost 23 years
In a game between two teams desperate for points, the Islanders played with more gusto and desire than the Devils tonight and skated away with a 3-2 triumph at Nassau Coliseum. The loss was the first in 10 games for the Devils, who were looking to move within 2 points of the first-place Rangers in the Atlantic Division of the National Hockey
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HOCKEY; Long-Run Gretzky Show Dazzles First-Year Ducks
NYTimes - about 23 years
Kings 5, Ducks 3 Wayne Gretzky had two goals and three assists and Jari Kurri scored twice as the Los Angeles Kings beat the Mighty Ducks, 4-3, last night in Anaheim. It was Gretzky's 93rd five-point game. Kurri scored both his goals in the second period to break a 2-2 tie as the Kings ran their record against the Ducks to 4-0 on the season. Los
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - about 23 years
Basketball National Basketball Association NBA -- Suspended Clyde Drexler of the Portland Trail Blazers without pay for one game and fined him $2,500 for bumping an official in a game Jan. 30. CHICAGO BULLS -- Activated Scott Williams, center, from the injured list. Placed Dave Johnson, forward, on the injured list. PHOENIX SUNS -- Signed Elliott
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HOCKEY; No. 21 Meets Cellar Dweller: Shade Your Eyes, It's Ugly
NYTimes - about 23 years
The bold and not so beautiful showed up to play hockey in a game between two of the National Hockey League's lowest-ranking teams tonight. The Islanders, No. 21 over all, faced the last-place Ottawa Senators, No. 26, and stumbled to a 3-3 tie in front of 10,275 fans at the Ottawa Civic Centre. Not surprisingly, both teams were glad to get a point,
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HOCKEY; Isles, Up 4-0, Hang On For Victory at Forum
NYTimes - about 23 years
These things happen when a team is playing well, getting all the bounces, making the most of all the breaks. How else can one explain tonight's 5-3 victory over the Canadiens, a result that gave the Islanders a five-game winning streak and a six-game unbeaten streak? After one period, the Islanders were being outplayed and yet they held a 4-0 lead.
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HOCKEY; Ailing Islanders Are Looking Once More to the Kid Line
NYTimes - about 23 years
With three defensemen out with injuries, the Islanders are depending more on their forward lines. The best one has been the Kid Line of Travis Green, Marty McInnis and Brad Dalgarno. They have accounted for nine goals and nine assists in the Islanders' five-game unbeaten streak. Tonight, they will try to extend the streak in Montreal against the
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HOCKEY; There's Plenty of Pain as Islanders Gain
NYTimes - about 23 years
In the Islander locker room after tonight's game, Dennis Vaske walked on crutches with a broken right foot, Uwe Krupp limped with an injured hamstring and a dazed Ray Ferraro tried to answer questions with a fat bottom lip that was sewn together with 23 stitches. Their pain, real as it was, couldn't take the smiles off the faces of their teammates.
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SPORTS PEOPLE: HOCKEY; Islanders' Kurvers Has Broken Thumb
NYTimes - about 23 years
Already having trouble getting goals from their defensemen, the Islanders learned yesterday that TOM KURVERS, second among defensemen in point production, will be sidelined 10 days with a broken left thumb. Kurvers, who has 17 points, received the injury when he was slashed by DAVE POULIN in the Islanders' 6-4 victory against Washington on Tuesday.
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HOCKEY; Islanders Will Lose Krupp for 4 Weeks
NYTimes - over 23 years
When the Islanders left for Florida yesterday, they were without Uwe Krupp, one of their regular defensemen, who will miss about four weeks with a fractured sinus bone. Krupp was injured when he was hit in the face by a puck Tuesday night during a 7-0 victory over the Los Angeles Kings at the Coliseum that ended the Islanders' five-game winless
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HOCKEY; Islanders Get Hextall And Deal Fitzpatrick
NYTimes - over 23 years
When the Islanders won the Stanley Cup in four consecutive seasons from 1980 through 1983, one of the big reasons was the play of Billy Smith. Smith was a combative netminder who didn't mind taking the occasional penalty by challenging opposing forwards who, he felt, took territorial or physical liberties near his crease. In a major trade
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Early Injuries for 6 Islanders
NYTimes - over 24 years
Injuries will force six Islanders to miss the team's exhibition opener on Friday night against the Boston Bruins in Albany. One of the injuries, to defenseman Wayne McBean, could be serious. McBean left practice today with an injury to cartilage in his left knee that he suffered when he became entangled with Dean Chynoweth. He was to be given a
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HOCKEY; Islander Defensemen Are Looking Over Shoulders
NYTimes - over 24 years
You can't blame some of the veterans of the Islanders defense if they are feeling a little defensive. With 17 defensemen in training camp and one top draft choice possibly on the way, a trade of one or two established players for a power forward is a strong possibility. Most teams dress six or seven defensemen a game. Coach Al Arbour said he would
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HOCKEY; Lachance Keeps Tabs on Two New Prospects
NYTimes - over 24 years
As a member of the United States Olympic team last winter, defenseman Scott Lachance doubled, unofficially, as a scout. Back with the Islanders for his first full season, Lachance has mental files on two potential teammates, Vladimir Malakhov and Darius Kasparaitis. Both defensemen, who could be National Hockey League rookies this season, played
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Wayne McBean
    TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Age 24
    He retired in 1994 after sustaining a wrist injury.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1989
    Age 19
    On February 22, 1989 Wayne was traded from the Los Angeles Kings with Mark Fitzpatrick and future considerations to the New York Islanders for goaltender Kelly Hrudey and Yan Kaminsky, but spent the bulk of his time in the minor leagues, recording the assist on the Calder Cup championship winning goal for the Isles' American Hockey League affiliate Springfield Indians in 1990.
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  • 1987
    Age 17
    He was selected by the Los Angeles Kings 4th in the 1st round of the 1987 NHL Entry Draft.
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    In 1987, he was named to the WHL East first All-Star team and the Memorial Cup All-Star team and was the recipient of the Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy as the tournament MVP. In 1988 McBean played for Canada in the World Junior Championship, winning a gold medal.
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    He was also a member of two Memorial Cup-winning teams in 1987 and 1988.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1969
    Born
    Born on February 21, 1969.
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