American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Henry VII Known as "Henry Tudor.” 1457-1509. King of England (1485-1509) and founder of the Tudor line. Head of the house of Lancaster, he led the opposition to Richard III, defeated Richard at Bosworth Field (August 22, 1485), and was proclaimed king. In 1486 Henry married Elizabeth, daughter of Edward IV, thereby uniting the houses of York and Lancaster.
“He beat Bryzgalov from the inside edge of the right circle.”
“The Canucks cut the lead in half when defenseman Ohlund beat Ilya Bryzgalov from the blue line with 2: 59 to go in the second period.”
“Tkachuk scored at 8: 13 when he took control of a loose puck in front of the Coyotes goal and beat Bryzgalov from the bottom of the left faceoff circle.”
“He beat Bryzgalov from the bottom of the left circle for his ninth goal after taking a pass from Franzen.”
“But the Ducks regained their two-goal lead with only 2.3 seconds left as Moen one-timed a pass from Scott Niedermayer past Bryzgalov from the front of the crease.”
“Bryzgalov is 0-6 against Minnesota, yet was praised by Gretzky for not letting the game get more out of hand.”
“Franzen sent the game to overtime when he beat Ilya Bryzgalov from the low slot with the Red Wings on the power play and with a sixth attacker on the ice.”
“After starting with four consecutive wins for the Coyotes, Bryzgalov is 2-6.”
“Since joining the Coyotes from the Anaheim Ducks on Nov. 17 after being claimed off waivers, Bryzgalov is 13-8-1 with a 2.15 goals-against average and a superb .930 save percentage.”
“Since joining the Coyotes, Bryzgalov is 13-8-1 with a 2.15 goals-against-average and a .930 save percentage.”
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