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Craig Andrew Simpson (born February 15, 1967) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey winger who played 10 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Edmonton Oilers and the Buffalo Sabres. He is currently a broadcaster, involved in Hockey Night in Canada telecasts.


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Statistics and Records of Craig Simpson, a hockey player and coach from London, ONT born Feb 15 1967 who was active from 1983 to 1995.


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Feb 18, 2014 ... When Olympic gold medal figure skater Jamie Sale tweeted Wednesday that she' d married former Stanley Cup-winning hockey player Craig Simpson, no one was surprised. After all, the sparks had been flying between the two since they were partners on Battle of the Blades in 2009. Both Sale, 35, and ...


My name is Craig Simpson. and my company, Simpson Direct, will help your business and customer base grow through the right marketing. We've mailed more than 300,000,000 sales pieces, used thousands of mailing lists, sold hundreds of thousands of products, courses, services, and newsletters. If you want Direct ...


The latest Tweets from Craig Simpson (@hnicsimmer): "It's #NoGoodWay day in Canada. Help us spread the message of inclusion and acceptance by pledging to stop the casual use of the R-word. When you use the R-word, people see you differently. Join me, @motionball and @SpecialOCanada and say # NOGOODWAY ...


Few hockey players have done as much, as quickly, as Craig Simpson. After accelerating his studies at Oakridge Secondary School, the Oakridge Minor Hockey product entered Michigan State University on an athletic scholarship at the tender age of 16. Two years later, he was selected second overall in the National ...


Craig Simpson launched his hockey career with the hometown Junior B London Diamonds before making the leap to Michigan State University. There, he played two strong seasons and soon found himself selected 2nd overall in the 1985 Entry Draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins. With the Pens, Simpson made steady ...