American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lemieux, Mario Born 1965. Canadian hockey player. A center for the Pittsburgh Penguins (1984-1997), he led his team to two consecutive Stanley Cup championships and was the National Hockey League's leading scorer four times.
“Lemieux is a train wreck waiting to happen and, mark my words, he will hurt the team more than he helps it.”
“The disagreement between Digby and Lemieux is whether they are willing to deep six the rest of their agenda or whether they have already deep sixed it.”
“Scott Lemieux is right and ... any sort of concession to the religious right on these issues would do nothing to end culture wars but only encourage them further.”
“After 5 1/2 years away from the excitement and exhaustion of an NHL player's life, Lemieux is going to need a few more days off to recover from his exhilarating comeback game with the San Jose Sharks.”
“Lemieux is meeting this week with prospective buyers who would move the team to Kansas City.”
“I feel like Scott Lemieux is suffering here from some kind of television version of the Stockholm Syndrome: Since David Chase is a genius, and The Sopranos is a brilliant show, it therefore follows that all of his narrative and dramatic choices were brilliant coups.”
“I feel like Scott Lemieux is suffering here from some kind of television version of the Stockholm Syndrome”
“Dec. 7, 2005 — Lemieux is admitted to a Pittsburgh hospital and treated for atrial fibrillation, a heart condition that causes a rapid heartbeat.”
“Gretzky, who retired in 1999 at 38, certainly understands what Lemieux is going through.”
“But after sitting out the NHL's shutdown 2004-05 season and missing most of two of the previous three seasons with injuries, Lemieux is healthy, relaxed and confident that he can play a lot longer.”
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