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LOOMING LARGE ARRESTS, BRAWLS AND BOOZING WERE ON CHRIS PRONGER'S RESUME BEFORE HE GREW UP TO BE A SOARING PRESENCE FOR THE BLUES
Chris Pronger was no exception, although one summer day in1995 his ... "Right there," says Pronger,dispassionately retracing the missteps in ...
Chris Pronger Has a Headache
EIGHTEEN MONTHS AFTER AN EYE INJURY AND POSTCONCUSSION SYMPTOMS DERAILED HIS HALL OF FAME CAREER, THE FLYERS' DEFENSEMAN FACES A TOUGH LIFE AWAY FROM THE GAME
Whole Lotta Nasty
He's very big (6'6", 222 pounds), he's very skilled, and he just might be the dirtiest player in the NHL. In other words, Chris Pronger is the perfect ...
ROUGH AND READY A NEW GENERATION OF YOUNG DEFENSEMEN, LED BY THE LIKES OF THE FLORIDA PANTHERS' ED JOVANOVSKI, IS READY TO HIT THE BIG TIME
be missing only the bows and the ribbons. Chris Pronger and the. St. Louis Blues were ousted after two playoff rounds last season, but the 21-year-old imposed ...
8 St. Louis Blues Led by its veteran defensemen, a frustrated franchise hopes for an injury-free run
For three years Blues defenseman Chris Pronger competed against the standard he set in 1999-2000, when he won the Hart and Norris trophies. He scored 62 ...
6 St. Louis Blues
Blues captain Chris Pronger was in midseason form during one ofthe team's voluntary scrimmages in late August. After 90 minutesof ...
23 - ST. LOUIS Blues
The franchise is for sale, but buyer beware: Depth of talent and team identity not included
Prince of Darkness At 40, mean and nasty defenseman Chris Chelios is giving the Red Wings the toughness they need to be champions
performed by Chris Chelios, M.D.--Mesozoic Defenseman. After Forsberg .... develops into the next Chris Pronger, then that--and not becoming ...
Brain Trust The biggest stars usually have elevated hockey intelligence, a trait that more and more teams are looking for in players
Blues defenseman Chris Pronger says with a booming laugh--but the best players are almost always the brightest in hockey terms as well.
Pantheon Of Pain Playing with pain is a badge of honor for hockey players. Here, with their tales of trauma, are the electees to our Hall of Lame, featuring today's master of misery, Doug Gilmour
May 10, 1998. Chris Pronger of the Blues collapses with cardiac arrhythmia after a shot hits him in the chest. As doctors prepare to begin