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Examples of "adduono"
Adduono is a surname of Italian origin. People with this surname include:
Adduono was head coach of the Roanoke Valley Vipers of the United Hockey League. He resigned in September 2005 to pursue a higher paying job opportunity as a coach in the ECHL, and for the 2005–06 season, Adduono was the head coach of the Pensacola Ice Pilots.
He began his short professional career by playing one game for the Boston Bruins in the 1975–76 NHL season. Adduono would not play in the big leagues again until the 1978–79 WHA season when he played a full 80 games for the Birmingham Bulls. He was quite productive in his only full season scoring 20 goals and 53 points. After the collapse of the WHA, Adduono went back to the NHL where he played three games for the Atlanta Flames.
Adduono performed well for the Sabres in a rookie camp in 1998, and he debuted with Buffalo's American Hockey League affiliate, the Rochester Americans, in the 1999–2000 season.
Richard Norman Adduono (born January 25, 1955) is a Canadian professional ice hockey coach and retired professional ice hockey player in the World Hockey Association and National Hockey League.
Raymond Jerry Peter Adduono (born January 21, 1947 in Fort William, Ontario) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 221 games in the World Hockey Association. He played for the Indianapolis Racers, Cleveland Crusaders, Minnesota Fighting Saints, and San Diego Mariners.
Since Rick Adduono (1998), each Stingrays head coach (Jason Fitzsimmons, Jared Bednar, Cail MacLean and Spencer Carbery) has been the team's previous assistant and a former Stingrays player. Rob Concannon (named team president in 2010) played on the 1997 Kelly Cup team.
After the WHA ceased operations in 1979, the Birmingham Bulls joined the Central Hockey League, playing during the 1979–80 and 1980–81 seasons. The CHL team included returning coach John Brophy, and six players carried over from the previous season's WHA team, including Paul Henderson, Pat Riggin, Rick Adduono, and Dave Hanson. The team disbanded during its second season.
Rick Adduono was drafted by the Boston Bruins of the NHL in the 1975 NHL Amateur Draft and by the San Diego Mariners of the WHA in the 1975 WHA Amateur Draft. The Bruins took him in the fourth round, 60th overall, while the Mariners took him in the second round, 27th overall.
Jeremy Adduono (born August 4, 1978 in Thunder Bay, Ontario) is a former Canadian professional ice hockey winger. He was drafted in the seventh round, 184th overall, by the Buffalo Sabres in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft from the Ontario Hockey League's Sudbury Wolves.
He played with the Americans for three seasons and spent one more AHL season with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers before moving to Europe to play in Germany's Deutsche Eishockey Liga with the Cologne Sharks. After three seasons with the Sharks and one with the Iserlohn Roosters, Adduono joined HC Pustertal Wölfe of Italy's Serie A in the 2007–08 season. In 2008 he moved to Ravensburg Towerstars based in Ravensburg, Germany who play in the German 2 Bundesliga, where he played two seasons.
The Blazers won the final Walker Cup championship of the Eastern Hockey League during the 1972–73 season, compiling a 63–9–4 regular season record and beating the Roanoke Valley Rebels 4 games to 2 in the Walker Cup finals. Ray Adduono was the leading scorer on the team (54 goals, 116 assists in 76 games) and five other players scored 100 points or more. Ron Ingram was the coach and general manager on the team.
After failing to advance to the first round of the ECHL playoffs the next season by losing a "play-in" game in the 2001–02 season to the Florida Everblades in their practice facility (a concert at the Coliseum forced the move), Adduono was released from his contract and was replaced by Fitzsimmons. Jared Bednar, another longtime Stingray, was made assistant coach later. Despite a long-standing association with the Buffalo Sabres, the Stingrays broke away just before the 2001–02 season and played three seasons as an independent team. For the 2004–05 season, the team agreed to an affiliation with the Washington Capitals.
After an impressive season performance, and despite other DEL interest he re-signed for two more years with the Roosters. Wolf was quoted that "money is not all" and he wants to stay in this great organisation. In the next year Iserlohn struggled but missed the playoffs. Nevertheless, "Hand und Handschuh" (hand and glove; nickname of Wolf and Hock given by coach Rick Adduono for being a highly skilled duo) got the scoring title (Hock) and finished second in goals (Wolf). On December 8, 2009, Wolf re-signed with the Rooster to a two-year contract extension.
In 1990, Rick joined the coaching staff of the Thunder Bay Flyers of the United States Hockey League. He became head coach of the Flyers in 1993 and left the team in 1995 to coach professional minor league hockey. From 1995 to 1998, he served as the assistant coach for the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL. In 1998, he accepted the head coaching position for the Stingrays, leading them to their second Kelly Cup victory in 2001. Adduono left the Stingrays the following year. For 2002-2003 and 2003–2004, he coached the Greensboro Generals, leading them to a Kelly Cup playoff appearance in the 2002-2003 season.
For the 2007-08 season, the new coach of the Roosters was Rick Adduono. The Roosters improved the team with Norm Maracle and Bob Wren. After the fifth game, they were in a playoff position and were able to keep it the rest of the season. Improved offense was due to Robert Hock and Michael Wolf starting to dominate the league as native players, which broke the dominance of North American players. Wolf was the top goal scorer, and Hock became league top point scorer. The third man in their line was either Tyler Beechey, who was first signed on a try-out.contract, or Brad Tapper. Also the line with Jimmy Roy, Pat Kavanagh and Ryan Ready helped to unexpectedly reach the playoffs. However, in the quarterfinals they were defeated by the Frankfurt Lions in game 7.
For the 1998–99 season, Vaive accepted the head coaching position with the AHL's Saint John Flames. His assistant coach, Rick Adduono, was tapped to take over as Vaive's replacement as head coach and general manager. Former Stingrays goaltender Jason Fitzsimmons was named assistant coach in Adduono's place. The Stingrays finished third in the Southeast Division, with defenseman Brad Dexter third in the league for top-scoring defensemen with 55 points in 19 goals and 26 assists. Forward Dave Seitz led the league in game-winning goals with 11, while goaltender Jody Lehman finished seventh among league netminders with a 2.72 GAA and a 0.916 save percentage. After receiving a first-round bye for the playoffs, the Stingrays fell in a second-round 3-game shutout to the Mississippi Sea Wolves. The final game was decided in overtime and ran to 110 minutes and 37 seconds, making it the fifth-longest overtime playoff game in league history as of the 2010–11 season.