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Calgary Dinos

The Calgary Dinos are the athletic teams that represent the University of Calgary in Calgary, Canada. They were known as the "Dinosaurs" but referred to as the "Dinos" until 1999, when the name was shortened; some of its venues are the Jack Simpson Gymnasium, McMahon Stadium, Hawkings Field, University of Calgary Aquatic Centre and a 200m Running Track. The men's hockey team plays at Father David Bauer Olympic Arena, while the women's hockey team's schedule is split between the Olympic Oval and Father David Bauer Olympic Arena. In the rare case of scheduling conflicts, both men's and women's hockey have used the Max Bell Centre for games. Calgary Dinos teams compete in: Basketball Cross Country Running Field Hockey Football Ice Hockey Rugby Soccer Softball Swimming Track & Field Volleyball Wrestling Baseball Rowing Golf Official website

1983–84 Edmonton Oilers season

The 1983–84 Edmonton Oilers season was the Oilers' fifth season in the NHL. After an outstanding regular season, the Oilers won their first Stanley Cup, it was another record breaking season for the club. The Oilers would set club records in wins and points, as they won the Smythe Division for the 3rd straight season. Edmonton would break the NHL record for goals in a season, set by the Oilers the previous season, by scoring 446 times; the Oilers got off to a strong start. Wayne Gretzky started strong too, scoring a point or more in the first fifty-one games. After failing to score in the fifty-second, he missed six straight games along with Jari Kurri. After winning their first game without Gretzky and Kurri, the Oilers lost five in a row, including an 11-0 loss to the Hartford Whalers on Sunday, February 12, 1984, it was the first time in 230 consecutive regular-season games. But, after a lecture from coach Glen Sather, the return of Gretzky and Kurri, the Oilers won eight in a row and finished the season first overall in the NHL.

Wayne Gretzky would break the 200 point barrier for the second time in his career, as he won the Art Ross Trophy for the 4th straight year with 205 points. Gretzky scored an NHL high 118 assists. Paul Coffey would put up 126 points, the 2nd highest point total by a defenceman, while Jari Kurri and Mark Messier would each break the 100 point mark for the club. Glenn Anderson would have a solid season, getting 54 goals, behind only Gretzky, just miss the 100-point club as he finished with 99. Grant Fuhr would lead the club with 30 victories, while Andy Moog would put up a team best GAA of 3.77. Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals againstNote: Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold. In the playoffs, the Oilers would make short work of the Winnipeg Jets, sweeping them in 3 games, face their Battle of Alberta rivals, the Calgary Flames for the Smythe Division finals; the Flames would push the Oilers to 7 games before Edmonton would defeat them for the 2nd straight year.

The Oilers would sweep the Minnesota North Stars in the Campbell Conference final, setting up a Stanley Cup rematch against the New York Islanders. The Islanders, who swept the Oilers the previous year, were looking to win their 5th straight Stanley Cup. Edmonton, had other plans, after the teams split the first 2 games in New York, the Oilers would win 3 in a row to win the series in 5 games, win their first Stanley Cup, becoming the first team from the WHA to win the cup. Mark Messier won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff MVP. Scoring leadersGoaltending Scoring leadersGoaltending 446: An NHL team record for most goals in a single season.425: A new NHL team record for most goals in a single season on March 21, 1984.12: An NHL record for most short-handed goals in a single season by Wayne Gretzky.11: A new NHL record for most short-handed goals in a single season by Wayne Gretzky on February 15, 1984. Edmonton's draft picks at the 1983 NHL Entry Draft SHRP Sports The Internet Hockey Database National Hockey League Guide & Record Book 2007

Sugarhill Gang (album)

Sugarhill Gang is the self-titled debut album by influential rap group The Sugarhill Gang. The album was released in 1980 for Sugarhill Records and was produced by Sylvia Robinson; the single "Rapper's Delight" was the first rap single to become a Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching #36 on the U. S. pop # 4 on the R&B chart. Although "Rapper's Delight" was the only charting single, the album included the minor hit, "Rapper's Reprise"; the remainder of the LP consists several down-tempo soul tracks and a disco instrumental, as Sylvia Robinson didn't believe an album consisting of hip hop music would be commercially viable in 1980. "Here I Am" – 5:09 "Rapper's Reprise" – 7:40 "Bad News" – 6:45 "Sugarhill Groove" – 9:52 "Passion Play" – 5:10 "Rapper's Delight" – 14:37 Rappers – Big Bank Hank, Master Gee, Wonder Mike Backing Vocals, Rhythm Arrangements – Positive Force Bass – Bernard Rowland, Douglas Wimbish Chip Shearin Drums – Bryan Horton, Keith LeBlanc Guitar – Albert Pittman, Skip McDonald Brian Morgan Keyboards – Nate Edmonds, Skitch Smith Percussion – Craig Derry, Harry Reyes, John Stump Vibraphone, Backing Vocals – Sylvia Robinson Special Guest AppearanceTito Puente Special EffectsBilly Jones, Nate Edmonds Producer, Mixed By – Billy Jones, Nate Edmonds, Sylvia Robinson The Sugarhill Gang-Sugarhill Gang at Discogs

Gråsten

Gråsten is a town with a population of 4,311 on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in south Denmark by the Nybøl Nor at an inlet of the Flensburg Fjord. It belongs to the Sønderborg municipality in Region of Southern Denmark; the town is located exactly at the center of a triangle defined by the towns of Aabenraa, Flensburg and Sønderborg Castle. The Egernsund Bridge, which crosses the Egern Strait, connects Gråsten with the town of Egernsund; the Gravenstein apple originates from the city. Until January 1, 2007, Gråsten was the seat of the former Gråsten municipality in South Jutland County, covering an area of 57 km2, with a total population of 7,256, its last mayor was a member of the Social Democrats political party. The municipality was created in 1970 due to a kommunalreform that combined the following parishes: Gråsten, Kværs, Rinkenæs, Adsbøl. Gråsten municipality ceased to exist due to Kommunalreformen, it was combined with Augustenborg, Nordborg, Sydals, Sønderborg municipalities to form the new Sønderborg municipality.

This created a municipality with an area of 499 km2 and a total population of 49,886. The Danish Royal Family has their summer residence, Gråsten Palace, in the town Andreas Hohwü a Danish clockmaker active in Amsterdam The new Sønderborg municipality's official website Gråsten Palace Municipal statistics: NetBorger Kommunefakta, delivered from KMD aka Kommunedata Municipal mergers and neighbors: Eniro new municipalities map

Gainsari

Gainsari is a village in Balrampur district of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is situated in Tulsipur tehsil of Balrampur district in Uttar Pradesh, it is 238 km far from Lucknow capital city of Uttar Pradesh. It has an average elevation of 109 metres above sea level; the nearest domestic airport is Shravasti Airport and the nearest international airport is Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport in Lucknow. Gainsari Village, with a population of 7,116 is located in Tulsipur sub-district of Balrampur district. Total geographical area of Gainsari is 4 km2 and it is the 117th biggest village by area in the sub-district. Population density of the village is 1898 persons per km2; as per the Population Census 2011, there are total 1,054 families residing in the village Gainsari with the literacy rate of Gainsari is 68.3%. Gainsari village has higher literacy rate compared to 40.4% of Balrampur district. The nearest railway station is Gainsari railway station, within the village. Nearest town Tulsipur is 15 km from the village.

Gainsari has its own post office, within the village. The village comes under Gainsari panchayat. Tulsipur is the sub-district headquarter and the distance from the village is 15 km. District headquarter of the village is Balrampur, 45 km away, it is one of the Vidhan Sabha constituencies in Balrampur district. The area falls under Shrawasti Lok Sabha constituency. Kotwali Gainsari serves as police administration in the area. Kewalpur - Population: 362 Sathi - Population: 1,692 Matehna - Population: 1,685 Mahuwa - Population: 536 Jamdhara - Population: 1,302 Padrauna - Population: 2,250 Bakawli Dalpur - Population: 3,161 Khargaura - Population: 1,965 Latthawar - Population: 1,954 Chaipurwa - Population: 2,001 Tulsipur Tulsipur, Rapti Balrampur