The banner that hangs in the University of Alberta campus arena that is named after him reads:U of A would need more than a dozen banners to highlight Drake's long list of accomplishments. One of my favourites came in the 1967-68 academic year. On Nov. 25, he steered the Golden Bears football team to a 10-9 win in the Vanier Cup title game and less than three months later on Mar. 10, Drake guided his hockey team to a 5-4 win against Loyola in the University Cup final at the Montreal Forum.
HELSINKI â€“ These are early days, but not easy days for head coach Willie Desjardins and general manager Sean Burke and the rest of the Canadian men's Olympic team staff. Desjardins and Burke spent the past week with 25 Canadian national team hopefuls, evaluating them in a bunch of practices and three games in the Karjala Cup, the first three days in Biel, Switzerland and then finishing up in Finland.
The 27-year-old Ottawa native has been Canada's best forward in the first two games of Karjala Cup. He has exhibited a strong two-way game that has him in a good position to crack the Canadian men's Olympic team roster after a tournament-opening win 3-2 win against Switzerland on Wednesday and a 2-0 loss to Sweden on Friday. He has impressive instincts. He can perform on the power play and penalty kill as well as score – as he did in the tournament opener.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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