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Examples of "daigneault"
Frédéric-Hector Daigneault (May 19, 1860 – February 26, 1933) was a Canadian provincial politician.
Daigneault, Maxime 23 Jan, 1984 Goalie 6' 2" 202 lbs St. Jacques-le-Mineur, PQ
Daigneault was selected tenth overall in the first round of the 1984 NHL Entry Draft by the Vancouver Canucks. Daigneault is one of the most well-travelled players in NHL history. When he joined his 10th team, the Minnesota Wild, in 2000, he tied the NHL record held by Michel Petit. The record has since been broken by Mike Sillinger. Daigneault remains tied for second in the category, along with Petit and Jim Dowd.
After his CFL career, Daigneault became basketball coach from 1966 to 1989 and assistant athletic director at Loyola College (later Concordia University). Daigneault won the coach of the year award in the Quebec conference during the 1984–85 season. He was also active in the Montreal Alouette Alumni Association.
Maxime Daigneault (born January 23, 1984) is a professional ice hockey goaltender who is currently playing for the Windsor Wild of the LNAH. In 2001 Daigneault won the Hap Emms Memorial Trophy which is awarded to the outstanding goaltender at the Memorial Cup of the Canadian Hockey League.
Also, Cam Daigneault had replaced Steve Witting on drums before album's release, but all drums tracks used in the album are played by Witting.
Between 1928 and 1932, he recorded more than 110 pieces for Starr Records, and also recorded with Ovila Légaré, Eugène Daigneault and Mary Bolduc.
In 2010, Z107.7 News Director Gary Daigneault was selected for induction into the Associated Press Television-Radio Association, or APTRA, Hall of Fame. In a remarkable career high point the Associated Press said Daigneault was selected for his work as News director, and co-owner of KCDZ for the past two decades. He’s been honored by APTRA numerous times for his reporting, as well as having been two-time APTRA President, and long-time board member. In his 33-year career, Daigneault has won a wide variety of broadcast journalism accolades, including "Best Editorial", "Best Newscast" and the "Station of the Year" 2002. Joining Daigneault on the dais for the Hall of Fame induction ceremony June 12 will be Nationally syndicated commentator Rush Limbaugh, Paul Moyer of KABC and KNBC television in Los Angeles, and long-time friend, Mark Howell of KUZZ Bakeserfield.
Doug Daigneault was born in Valleyfield, Quebec. After playing college football at Clemson University and participating in three major bowl games, Daigneault joined the Ottawa Rough Riders in 1960, the year they won the 48th Grey Cup, until 1963, while playing both offensive and defensive back, mostly the latter. In 1961, he intercepted 5 passes, his highest total ever. He also rushed for the only touchdown of his career. Injuries limited Daigneault to only six games in 1962 and he played four games for Ottawa in 1963 before being traded to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, where he finished the season with 1 interception. In 1964, Daigneault was traded back east to the Montreal Alouettes, where he remained until 1965, playing in all 14 games during both seasons before retiring.
On 20 June 2002, Daigneault and his family were in attendance at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto when he heard his name announced as the 59th selection in the NHL’s 2002 amateur draft. Chosen by the Washington Capitals, Daigneault attended the Washington training camp in the fall of 2002, but returned to Val-d'Or for his final two seasons of eligibility in the junior league.
Julie Daigneault (born June 25, 1965) is a former competition swimmer from Canada who specialized in middle-distance freestyle events. Daigneault competed for her native country at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California. There she finished in 8th position in the women's 400-metre freestyle and 9th in the 200-metre freestyle. She won three bronze medals at the 1983 Pan American Games in Edmonton, Alberta – in the 200, 400 and 800-metre freestyle events.
Maxime Daigneault was selected by Washington Capitals in the second round (#59 overall) of the 2002 NHL Entry Draft. He is a big, aggressive goalie who plays at the top of his crease and likes to challenge the shooter. He is known to play his angles well and is always square to the shooter. Daigneault anticipates the play well and is very effective in traffic. He has quick lateral movement and is very strong in his stance.
His rookie year in the QMJHL went very well. He became the starting goaltender for the Val-d'Or Foreurs, appearing in 28 games and posting a 3.55 goals-against average. The Foreurs successfully advanced to the 2001 Memorial Cup final, and although they lost their final game, Daigneault was named the top goaltender of the tournament. Over the next two seasons in the QMJHL Daigneault continued to showcase his strong play by posting five shutouts and lowering his goals against average.
Maxime Daigneault became a goalie at age six. His decision was influenced by his father (who played goal) and because he liked the equipment, especially the decorated masks. By the time he was 15 he had begun to attract media attention, and in 2000 (at the age of 16) Daigneault became the first goalie ever to be the number one draft choice in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) draft.
In six years as a professional goalie Daigneault has played in both the AHL and the ECHL. He played the 2009–10 season in the LNAH with the Sherbrooke Saint-François.
Jean-Jacques Daigneault (born October 12, 1965) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey defenceman. He is currently an assistant coach for the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Doug Daigneault was a Canadian Football League player whose main position was defensive back. He played for three teams from 1960 to 1965 and was part of the Ottawa Rough Riders' 48th Grey Cup-winning team in 1960.
The station was launched in Joshua Tree in 1989, and is celebrating twenty-five years of continued service to its community. Owned by Cindy & Gary Daigneault, who operate as General Manager and News Director respectively.
Daigneault has composed and produced electronic music for film soundtracks, stop motion animations, and documentaries. Outside of her work in music and film, she has also published online dictionaries and articles in the field of endangered language conservation.
Daigneault signed with the Capitals in the fall of 2004, and started the season in the American Hockey League (AHL) with the Portland Pirates. He played in 11 AHL games before being sent to the ECHL to play with the South Carolina Stingrays. On December 30, 2004 Daigneault received the call up to the Washington Capitals that he had been waiting for. He dressed for two NHL games as the backup goaltender (one against the Philadelphia Flyers and the other against the Atlanta Thrashers) but did not get the opportunity to play before being returned to the Stingrays on 2 January 2005. Later Daigneault told sports writer Jon C. Scott of the experience saying that he would have loved to have played in an NHL game for "“even on minute”" but that even "“just being there was a dream come true.”"