Sidney Crosby’s life Summary Sidney Crosby was born on August 7, 1987 in Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada. He plays as a Canadian professional ice hockey player who serves as a captain of the Pittsburgh penguins of the NHL. Crosby was playing for the Quebec major league until he was drafted by the penguins. He earned back-to-back CHL player of the year awards and led his club to the 2005 Memorial Cup finals, during his two-year Major Junior career with the Rimouski Oceanic.
This is evident because of how Canada could be less respected if it wasn’t for their war contributions, how women’s rights could have been different or non-existent, and how Canada could not have gained it’s independence from Britain. In conclusion, World War One impacted Canada greatly
Fans scream as the final minutes countdown with seconds left during, the power play and the score is tied 5 to 5. This is Men’s Ice Hockey and it is one of the top Winter Olympic sports in today’s Olympics. The basics of Olympic Ice Hockey are history about each Olympic Ice Hockey Games, ruling, and history of the sport. To help understand Olympic Ice Hockey you have to know the history of each of the past Olympic Games Ice Hockey.
Chapter One in the book Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell appeared in the November 18th, 2008. Gladwell introduces to the idea of how successful people or outliers aren’t just naturally born or have worked harder than average people. Gladwell points out the fact that people who are born between January to April has better chance and advantage of becoming more successful in life because of the “cutoff dates” that our society have created. Gladwell argues that the cutoff dates in sports or education puts people who are born later in the year into disadvantage situation due to difference in physical maturity. Gladwell also added on that, by separating kids based on their ability at a young age gives better opportunity to kids who had more time to
Quote: A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be. I will be inviting Wayne Gretzky, Dino Ciccarelli and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to my dinner party. First, I am inviting Wayne Gretzky because he was the best scorer in the in the whole entire league of hockey. Wayne Douglas Gretzky is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player and former head coach.
Those who don’t live or have ever been may think that Canada is a country that is not diverse maybe even monocultural, that Canada is flat full of only farmland and rural towns, that we live lives fueled by hockey and that is all that Canada is. In reality every Canadian knows it is much more it is diverse, scenic and urban. In the essay “My Canada” by Anita Rau Badami she said this about Canada “the country had been doing a slow dance for me over the nine years that I had lived here, showing me tantalizing little bits of itself every now and then.” The quote by Badami says that Canada has little charms spread throughout the country, such as the vastness and natural beauty of Lake Louise and all National Parks. Festivals in Edmonton which displays Canadian culture and a variety of other cultures from around the earth.
During 1914 to 1939, to a huge extent political, social, and economic changes contribute to increasing Canadian identity. When World War 1 (WW1) began, the social events had contributed to the Canadian identity which are the Conscription, Women and Change, and Technological Changes. Financing the War Effort, growing economy, and the Great Depression that happened had affected the economy in Canada. Last, The Battle of Vimy Ridge, Halibut Treaty, and New Political Parties had affected the political changes. During the time period of 1914 to 1939, the social, economic, and political changes that happened in Canada contributed to an improved sense of Canadian identity.
The most clear evidence of the inequality between women and men hockey players refers back to the resources provided to a ‘quality’ career and training, which is clearly portrayed by money. In the Women’s Hockey League, a mere budget of 1.8 million dollars is set. When compared to a man’s salary in the Hockey League, it is equivalent to a year salary for that player. This concludes that the budget that runs a female league is less to a man’s annual salary, and for the men it can got up to a couple of million dollars every year. Arguably, women have as much success as men, especially during the Olympics.
Gladwell first talks about the hockey teams best players corresponding with birthdays. “It’s simply that in Canada the eligibility cutoff for age-class hockey is January 1. A boy who turns 10 on January 2, then, could be playing alongside someone who doesn’t turn ten until the end of the year… an enormous difference in physical maturity” (Gladwell, 24). The players born closer to the beginning of the year have more time to mature and get practice than those born by the end of the year. Most of Malcolm Gladwell’s theory is determined by factors, such as age, that are
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell more than anything, is a lesson about certain anomalies in the world. Outliers shows us how in every major success story, there are a few key outliers that make the biggest of differences. In Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell looks into the components contributing to extremely successful people. His main examples consist of Canadian hockey players, being born in January, February, and March, Bill Gates and key moments that helped him gain his extreme wealth, and Joseph Flom, who built Slate, Meagher & Flom into one of the richest and most successful law firms in the world.
During the years between 1854 to 1864, the province of Canada was changing governments frequently, which made it very difficult for them to make important decisions. Many politicians in both Canada West and Canada East thought that the solution would be to create a new country called Canada. Both Canada West and Canada East would have their own governments, but the government in Ottawa would make the really important decisions for the whole country. Leaders in both Canada East and West also believed that it would make the economy stronger if they united. Shortly after Canada East and West united, Nova Scotia joined Canada because a railroad was promised to the new province.
Theme: Opportunity The explanation for this is quite simplle. It has nothing to do with astrology, or is there anything magical about the first three months of the year.
It is unfortunate that Canada does not have the funds for technological advances, because they have the brains for it. However, Candians go to the US for innovation and to show their brilliancy. On the contrary, the United States depends on Canada as well, such as being dependent on Canadas 'real estate many years ago.
He describes a true outlier as someone who against all odds manages to be extraordinarily successful and remains a mystery in how that is achieved. In one chapter he talks about “The 10,000 hour rule” and how in order to master something you need to put in 10,000 hours of work to achieve that. While discussing Silicon Valley, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs he says, “The perfect age to be in 1975… old enough to be a part of the coming revolution… twenty or twenty-one, which is to say, born in 1954-1955.” (Gladwell 65) Both Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were born in 1955, the perfect year to be right on top of the coming technology revolution.
Sykes, however, was confident in its accuracy and went ahead in testing the DNA of the so-called “Iceman” against that of several modern day Europeans who had donated mitochondrial samples. Sykes was astonished to find that every single one of his modern day Europeans’ DNA revealed them to be a direct relative of the ancient man. Their mitochondrial DNA was a perfect match. There was one female ancestor of whom both the Iceman and about 9 % of modern Europeans