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Brendan Gallagher

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Transcript of Brendan Gallagher

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he comes from Edmonton in alberta
his birthday is the may 6th 1992
like every hockey player he receives medals but he also won a bronze medal with canada and became the vancouver giants
he's famous because he became a hockey player in the NHL
gallagher is graduate from the South Delta Secondary School Hockey Academy.

he will be coach at the world junior level by SDSS Hockey Academy and the Vancouver Giants coach: Don hay
his father's name is Ian gallagher, his sisters name are Erin and Breanne and his brother's name
is Nolan .
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before he went to the canadian's team he was in the vancouver giants team
he was one of the three named to receive the Calder Trophy for the best rookie
he have blue/gray eyes
he have brown hair
he don't have tattoo
his height: 175cm
his weight: 83 kg
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all-time goals leader
all-time points leader
he played his first NHL game the january 22 2013
so he become famous in the decade of 2010
gallagher received blows and double-failed. he remember particulary one accident. When he was nine or ten years, he went near to the net and fell, hitting a pole. he didn't realize that he had scored and he lie down pretending to himself he was hurt. he finely raised and he returned to the bench. his father, who was his coatch told him : if you're too injured to lied down on the ice, you're too hurt to play. and he benched him for few minutes. he said he had lurned a lesson: no matter what happens in rushing the net, raise and go quickly
to the bench,he still apply this today.
that's what makes him always
rush headlong to the net.
fear, he doesn't know it.
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