Synonyms for cournoyer or Related words with cournoyer


Examples of "cournoyer"
Frank Mahovlich • Jean Beliveau • Yvan Cournoyer
2012: Pierre Cournoyer, Performing Artist at Roomservice, Herne
In 2012, Cournoyer was arrested as he tried to enter Mexico. In May 2013, Cournoyer pleaded guilty to two charges: money laundering and conspiracies to manufacture and distribute cocaine and marijuana. He was sentenced to 27 years imprisonment. His friend and UFC Champion Georges St. Pierre wrote a letter begging the judge for clemency. Prosecutors also claimed Cournoyer had $2m put aside for murdering potential witnesses.
Normand Cournoyer (born March 17, 1951) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player.
Michèle Cournoyer (born 1943 in Saint-Joseph-de-Sorel, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian animator.
Cournoyer was initially regarded by Canadiens head coach Toe Blake as a defensive liability and undeserving of a regular shift, though he was still frequently used on the power play. That changed after Blake's departure following the 1968 Stanley Cup Championship, when incoming coach Claude Ruel granted Cournoyer a full-time shift. Cournoyer went on to have his first forty-goal season in 1968–69 and was named to the NHL's Second All-Star Team.
On November 12, 2005, the Canadiens retired the uniform number 12 in honour of both Moore and Yvan Cournoyer.
After the death of Cabinet Member Pierre Laporte in 1970, Premier Robert Bourassa appointed Cournoyer to succeed him.
Charle Cournoyer (born June 11, 1991) is a Canadian short track speed skater from Boucherville, Quebec. He won a bronze medal in the 500 m at the 2014 Winter Olympics. Cournoyer was also part of the gold medal World Championship relay team at the 2013 ISU World Championships for Canada.
Yvan Cournoyer and Jacques Lemaire would both have 12 points in the finals for the Canadiens, with the Conn Smythe going to Cournoyer, who had six goals. It was Henri Richard's eleventh win of the Stanley Cup and Scotty Bowman's first.
Rideau Hall is a Canadian television series broadcast begun in 2002 on CBC Television. It starred Bette MacDonald, Fiona Reid, Jonathan Torrens, Joe Dinicol, and Rejean Cournoyer.
Yvan Serge Cournoyer (born November 22, 1943) is a retired Canadian hockey right winger who played in the National Hockey League for the Montreal Canadiens from 1963 to 1979. Cournoyer was born in Drummondville, Quebec. He was nicknamed "The Roadrunner" due to his small size and blazing speed, which he credited to longer blades on his skates. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1982. On January 27, 2017, in a ceremony during the All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, Cournoyer became part of the second group of players to be named one of the '100 Greatest NHL Players' in history.
Originally from Laval, Quebec, Cournoyer was first arrested in 1998 with a few marijuana plants in his Laval apartment. Over several spells in prison, Cournoyer built up a criminal network that grew into a multibillion-dollar international drug trafficking empire that involved the Hell's Angels, the Sinaloa Cartel, Native American smugglers and the Rizzuto and Bonanno crime families. The DEA got a lead on his organization after information provided by a disgruntled girlfriend led to the arrest of Cournoyer and Bonanno associate John Venizelos in 2012.
While Elmer Lach and Henri Richard both wore the number 16, they were given separate ceremonies unlike Cournoyer and Moore. All have their own banner.
Réjean Cournoyer (born December 5, 1971, Halifax, Nova Scotia) is a Canadian actor and singer, and was raised in a bilingual, Mormon home.
He is a friend of convicted Canadian drug kingpin Jimmy Cournoyer and appealed to the judge for leniency during his trial.
Former Montreal Canadiens Hall of Famer Yvan Cournoyer led the team and gave it his own nickname. Roller hockey playing style mashed with his former playing style.
Following the 1975 playoffs, Henri Richard retired after 20 NHL seasons. Having been the Canadiens captain since 1971, he was succeeded in that post by Yvan Cournoyer.
A second production, in English and French, starring Marie Denise Pelletier and Rejean Cournoyer toured Canada's Maritime provinces, ended in Quebec in 2005.
The band also features Todd Kerns (ex-Age of Electric, currently playing with Slash (musician)), Rob Cournoyer (ex-Raging Slab), and musician/actor Zachary Throne.