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Examples of "anastos"
Anastos was president of the North American Hockey League from 1994-1998. As president, Anastos oversaw expansion to Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, St. Louis, and Chicago.
Anastos attended Fordson High School in Dearborn, Michigan. Anastos received a bachelor's degree in construction management from Michigan State University in 1987.
Anastos is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Tom Anastos has coached for one National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) program, the University of Michigan-Dearborn Wolves (UMD), and one NCAA program, the Michigan State University Spartans. While at Michigan-Dearborn, Anastos guided the Wolves to two conference championships. In eight seasons as a head coach, Anastos has compiled a record of 136 wins, 127 losses and 41 ties.
Anastos appeared in season eight, episode 10 of the popular television show "24".
The superintendent is Ernest Anastos. The district is managed by a five-person Governing Board.
In 1980, Anastos was drafted by the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, but he chose to play college hockey at Michigan State after being recruited by MSU assistant coach Shawn Walsh. A four-year letter-winner under coach Ron Mason from 1981–1985, Anastos played in 151 games, notched 70 goals and 73 assists for 153 total career points. Anastos holds the MSU school record for short-handed goals in a season (7 in 1983–1984). His 10 career short-handed goals are tied for fourth all-time in MSU hockey history. Anastos played the right wing position in college.
Comley retired at the end of the 2010-2011 season. He was succeeded by Tom Anastos.
On July 21, 1992, Anastos resigned as assistant coach at Michigan State to enter private business in the Detroit area.
With varsity status uncertain at UMD, Anastos accepted an assistant coach position at Michigan State University in 1990. Shortly after Anastos resigned, Michigan-Dearborn dropped varsity hockey since the sport was not sanctioned by the NAIA (the association stopped sponsoring hockey in 1984) and the team was not sanctioned by the NCAA.
Anastos joined the American Hockey League Sherbrooke Canadiens, the top farm club of the Montreal Canadiens, in 1985. In one season for Sherbrooke, he played in 55 games notching nine goals and 18 assists. Anastos retired from playing hockey in 1986 to finish his college degree.
Anastos played junior hockey from 1979-1981 for the Paddock Pool Saints in Ecorse, Michigan, a U.S. Junior A hockey program of the Great Lakes Junior Hockey League, now named the North American Hockey League. Paddock Pool won the league championship during both of Anastos' seasons with the team. He has the distinction of being the first ever NAHL player drafted by an NHL team when he was selected in the sixth round, 124th overall, by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1981 NHL Entry Draft. Anastos played the center position in juniors.
During the 10 p.m. newscast on September 16, 2009, anchor Ernie Anastos cursed live on-air while engaging in banter with chief meteorologist Nick Gregory, saying "I guess it takes a tough man to make a tender forecast", adding "keep fucking that chicken"; the incident gained some notoriety when it and other videos of the on-air gaffe appeared on YouTube, making Anastos and WNYW the subject of a joke on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!". Anastos apologized for the incident on the following night's 10 p.m. newscast.
Anastos authored a book on the lifestyles of youth in America. His book, "Twixt: Teens Yesterday and Today", traces American teenagers' influence on social and political attitudes.
Ernie Anastos (born July 12, 1943) is an Emmy Award-winning news anchor for New York City's Fox 5 News at 6:00 p.m.
Anastos has worked as a news anchor and reporter for "CBS This Morning", "CBS Late News", and substitute host for ABC's "Good Morning America".
Other notable staff members include athletic director Mark Hollis, men's basketball coach Tom Izzo, ice hockey coach Tom Anastos, and football coach Mark Dantonio.
After graduating from Northeastern University, Anastos worked as a news man at 98.5/WROR in Boston, as Ernie Andrews. In 1976, Anastos moved to television, becoming an anchor at WPRI-TV in Providence. Two years later, WABC-TV in New York hired Anastos and he became anchor of the 11:00 pm "Eyewitness News" broadcast, a position that opened when Larry Kane left the station after one year. He anchored that broadcast with Rose Ann Scamardella until 1983 and later replaced Storm Field as Kaity Tong's co-anchor at 5:00 pm. Except for a brief period beginning in 1983 when WABC hired Tom Snyder to be anchor, Anastos helmed the 5:00 and 11:00 pm newscasts until 1989, co-anchoring at 5 and 11 with Tong and Roz Abrams at 5 from 1986 to 1989.
Anastos has become well known for a pair of gaffes on live television. In 2007, he directed viewers to visit "myfoxny don cock" instead of "myfoxny dot com", which is the website for WNYW. Then in 2009, following meteorologist Nick Gregory's weather forecast one evening where he made a joke playing off an old Perdue Farms advertising campaign, Anastos said, live on the air, "It takes a tough man to make a tender forecast, Nick. Keep fucking that chicken."
Anastos has anchored coverage of the World Trade Center attacks. He also traveled to Cuba and met with Fidel Castro reporting on the 45th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. He covered Cardinal John Joseph O'Connor's official trip to El Salvador and Nicaragua, and reported on the death and funeral of Princess Diana from London. Anastos also was nominated for an Emmy for his reporting on the death of John F. Kennedy, Jr. from the site of his plane crash near Cape Cod.