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Sea Wolves announce Phil Esposito as new head coach

Shuckers vs. Blue Wahoos (04/28/2022) Highlights from the Shuckers win over Pensacola. Ty Fryfogle hoping to hear name called in NFL Draft. It all started in Lucedale for Ty Fryfogle, who was an all-state wide receiver at George County. He played in the Mississippi-Alabama all-star game, and set the Rebels receptions and yardage records.
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Phil Esposito named Sea Wolves head coach

They’re calling it ‘the comeback of the pack,’ as the Mississippi Sea Wolves get ready to bring a permanent hockey team back to the Coast for the first time in almost a decade. This afternoon, the Sea Wolves introduced Phil Esposito to serve as their head coach...
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On February 20 in NYR history: Phil Esposito, birthday boy

What happened on February 20 in the history of the New York Rangers. February 20 is an unusual date in the history of the New York Rangers. No records have been set, no heroic feats achieved. What is notable about this date is it is the birthdate of a hockey immortal who played for the Rangers and then ran the team. It’s Phil Esposito’s birthday.
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Tampa Bay Lightning Legend Phil Esposito Appears In Upcoming Movie

It’s not his first movie, but Phil Esposito is not usually known as an actor. He’s a Hockey Hall-of-Famer and the man who brought us the Tampa Bay Lightning. Previously, Esposito has made appearances both as himself and as a character, including “Mystery, Alaska,” “Rescue Me” and “Knots Landing.” Now, he is preparing for a role in the upcoming film “Breathing Happy.”
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In The Loop: Phil Esposito Congratulates Alex Ovechkin, Derrick Henry's Gift

In The Loop: Esposito congratulates Ovechkin, Henry's gift originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. First up in our look around the sports world: 718. The Great 8, Alex Ovechkin, now owns sole possession of sixth place on the NHL's all-time goals list after passing Phil Esposito. On Tuesday against the New York Islanders, Ovi reached the milestone by blasting a one-timer on a power play, and it was beautiful.
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Capitals' Alex Ovechkin Passes Phil Esposito for 6th Most Goals in NHL History

Add another accomplishment to Alex Ovechkin's illustrious career. The Washington Capitals left winger put his team ahead of the New York Islanders 2-0 in Tuesday's contest with his 718th career goal. The future Hall of Famer passed Phil Esposito for the sixth most goals in NHL history with the one-timer that went right past Semyon Varlamov.
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Ovechkin passes Phil Esposito for 6th on all-time goals list

The Great Eight continues to climb the ladder. Washington Capitals sniper Alex Ovechkin passed Phil Esposito to claim sole possession of sixth place on the NHL's all-time goals list Tuesday night against the New York Islanders. Rank Player Goals GP. 1 Wayne Gretzky 894 1487. 2 Gordie Howe 801 1767.
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NBC Washington

Alex Ovechkin Passes Phil Esposito for Sole Possession of 6th Place in Goals All-Time

Ovechkin passes Esposito for 6th place all-time in goals originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. Alex Ovechkin was already keeping pretty exclusive company, but with his 718th goal on Tuesday, he has reached a mark only five other players have reached in history and pulled ahead of Phil Esposito for sixth all-time in goals.
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San Francisco Chronicle

Alex Ovechkin pushes past Phil Esposito in Caps' win

Alex Ovechkin took sole possession of sixth place on the NHL’s career goal list in the most Alex Ovechkin way possible: ripping a one-timer past a goaltender from just inside the face-off circle on the power play in a key game for the Capitals. Ovechkin scored his 718th goal to...
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Alex Ovechkin moves one step closer to Brett Hull, Phil Esposito

When Tom Wilson skipped the puck over to an awaiting Alex Ovechkin in his office during the Capitals' power play, the result was inevitable. Ovechkin fired it above Flyers goaltender Carter Hart's left shoulder for the game's opening goal in Washington's 7-4 loss to Philadelphia on Sunday. Ovechkin's fourth goal of the 2021 season gave him 261 career power-play goals, now just four behind Brett Hull.
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Alex Ovechkin Moves Closer to Brett Hull, Phil Esposito for Power-Play Goals

Alex Ovechkin moves one step closer to Brett Hull, Phil Esposito originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. When Tom Wilson skipped the puck over to an awaiting Alex Ovechkin in his office during the Capitals' power play, the result was inevitable. Ovechkin fired it above Flyers goaltender Carter Hart's left...
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