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Brian Boucher - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Brian Boucher (born January 2, 1977, in Woonsocket, Rhode Island) is an American professional ice hockey goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League (NHL). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Boucher
Extractions: Philadelphia Flyers Playing career present Brian Boucher (pronounced Boo-shay and affectionately referred to as Boosh ) (born January 2, 1977, in Woonsocket, Rhode Island ) is an American professional ice hockey goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League (NHL). Boucher was drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the first round of the 1995 NHL Entry Draft , 22nd overall. He began play with the Flyers in the 1999–2000 season , taking the starting position from veteran John Vanbiesbrouck and helped the team secure the Eastern Conference and Atlantic Division regular season titles while leading the NHL in goals against average at 1.91. In the playoffs, he backstopped his team to the Eastern Conference Finals. Along the way, he recorded several memorable moments, including a five-overtime victory against the
Brian Boucher (1999-present) Biography, transactions, accolades, injuries, records, detailed game directory, and quotes by others. http://hockeygoalies.org/bio/boucher.html
Extractions: Last updated (Photo courtesy Mike Ashmore . Thanks, Mike!) BORN: January 1, 1977, Woonsocket, Rhode Island. HOME: HEIGHT: WEIGHT: 180-190 lbs. UNIFORM #: Philadelphia Phoenix Calgary San Jose ), 35 (San Antonio, Columbus Chicago ), 1 (Philadephia AHL 2007-08), 34 (Adirondack AHL). CATCHES: Left HIGH SCHOOL: Mount St. Charles (Woonsocket, RI), Kamiakan (Kennewick, WA) JUNIOR TEAM: Tri-City Americans WHL. STYLE: STRENGTHS: Aggressive with the stick; using it to keep the front of his net clear, protect the side-net passing lanes and throwing the occasional poke-check. Sound footwork and good balance. Does not waste any movement. Recovers well after falling for a deke, and never quits on the play. WEAKNESSES: Inconsistent. Tries to do too much in passing and shooting the puck. HIS MASK: "It's two fighter pilots in the cockpit of a plane. They've got a mean smirk and goggles as in the old days. The plane's going down the side with bullet holes in it. I didn't know what to do; I didn't know what the word Flyer meant, so I talked to the painter. Phlly is best known for cheesesteak but I don't think I could put a cheesesteak on my mask." (ESPN The Magazine, 1/21/02, p. 104)
Biography, Amy Wilson, BravinLee Boucher, Brian. Amy Wilson. Art in America review section; September. Drawing Center move to WTC site in doubt. Art in America, September. http://bravinlee.com/artists/wilson/wilsonbio.html