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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Travis_GreenTravis Green - Wikipedia

    Travis Vernon Green (born December 20, 1970) is a Canadian professional ice hockey coach and former player. He is the current head coach of the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League (NHL). He previously coached the American Hockey League's Utica Comets, Vancouver's top affiliate.

    • 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
    • Canada
  2. Get all the latest stats, news, videos and more on Travis Green. ... NHL Draft name and logo, NHL Mascots, Hockey Fights Cancer, Because It's The Cup, NHL Green name and logo, NHL Vault, Hockey Is ...

    • December 20, 1970
  3. travisgreenmusic.comTravis Green

    Jun 27, 2016 · Travis Green is backed by Kid Andersen on guitar and pedal steel, Randy Bermudes on bass, Jason Hansen on drums, Jim Pugh on keys, Nancy Wright on sax and Lisa Leuschner Andersen & Courtney Knott on backup vocals. All of the tunes on the album were written by Green and each deals with an area of the human condition we all have either ...

  4. Travis Green. Center. Born Dec 20 1970 -- Castlegar, BC. [50 yrs. ago] Height 6.01 -- Weight 195 [185 cm/88 kg] Drafted by New York Islanders. - round 2 #23 overall 1989 NHL Entry Draft. Regular Season. Playoffs.

    Season
    Team
    Lge
    Gp
    1986-87
    WHL
    64
    1987-88
    WHL
    72
    1988-89
    WHL
    72
    1989-90
    WHL
    50
    • Castlegar, BC
  5. October 3, 2003: Claimed by the Columbus Blue Jackets from the Toronto Maple Leafs in Waiver Draft. August 10, 2006: Signed as a Free Agent with the Anaheim Ducks. January 10, 2007: Selected off waivers by the Toronto Maple Leafs from the Anaheim Ducks. November 5, 2007: Signed as a Free Agent with Zug (Swiss).

    • December 20, 1970
  6. www.liftfund.com › stories › travis-greenTravis Green - LiftFund

    After a double above-the-knee amputation, former Marine Travis Green began relearning how to walk. His greatest obstacle was the equipment provided by his doctors; canes and prosthetics were painful, awkward, and could easily break within five years. Travis was unable to find a prosthetic that would provide great mobility and last a lifetime, so he decided to make one. Travis created Stump ...

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