Sabres, who chose him in the fourth round of the NHL draft. In 1986, he won a silver medal for Canada at the World Juniors. In the years that fol- lowed, Moylan played in the OHL, IHL and AHL. He even played two years in the Finnish Elite League in Jokerit, Finland. Moylan finished his playing days with the CHL’s Brant- ford Smoke, retiring in 1994. Jeff Bes Center Jeff Bes played 19 seasons of professional hockey. In 1993, Bes won gold for Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championships in Sweden. Although drafted a year earlier by the Minnesota North Stars, Bes never saw regular season time in the NHL. He did, however, go on to play for 17 different teams, in seven different leagues and five countries. The last eight seasons of his playing career were spent with the Laredo Bucks in the CHL. He is currently head coach with the Fay- etteville FireAntz in North Carolina.

to wait things out in the broadcast booth. It turned out to be the start of a 30+ year media career. As a broad- caster, Green has worked for CBC, TSN, USA and the NHL Network. He also serves as a senior director of Stadium Consultants International, designers of more than 100 sports facilities worldwide, including To- ronto’s Air Canada Centre. David Moylan As a kid, David Moylan loved hockey and by high school, it was clear the game loved him back. After playing at the Junior “B” and Junior “C” levels in the early 1980s, David was selected first overall in the 1984 Ontario Hockey League draft by the Sudbury Wolves (OHL). Ayear later, Moylan caught the eye of the Buffalo (Left) In 1911, 1912 and 1913, the Tillson- burg Reds won 21 games without a loss and won the local championship. Future NHL-er Lloyd “Shrimp” Andrews is shown in the middle row, at right.

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