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Corban Knight

Corban Knight (born September 10, 1990) is a Canadian professional ice hockey player currently with the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was a fifth round selection, 135th overall, by the Florida Panthers in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, but was traded to the Calgary Flames after the Panthers were unable to sign him to a contract. Knight played four seasons of college hockey with the University of North Dakota and was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award in 2012–13.

Knight was born in Oliver, British Columbia and moved to High River, Alberta at age 11. His parents are Jack and Laurie Knight; his father is a Baptist minister and is the chaplain for the Calgary Flames and Calgary Stampeders.

Playing midget hockey with the Strathmore UFA Bisons, Knight led the Alberta Midget Hockey League in scoring in 2007–08 with 65 points. He was also named the most valuable player of the 2007 Mac’s Midget AAA World Invitational Tournament after leading the event in scoring. A late developer physically, he was not drafted to play junior hockey in the Western Hockey League, and opted to play Junior A with the Okotoks Oilers of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL). He played a handful of games with the Oilers in 2007–08, then won the league’s Rookie of the Year award in 2008–09 after finishing eighth overall in AJHL scoring with 72 points, including 34 goals.

The Florida Panthers selected Knight with their fifth round selection, 135th overall, at the 2009 NHL Entry Draft

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. While he had expected to return to Okotoks for the 2009–10 season, he instead joined the University of North Dakota (UND) on a full scholarship after junior forward Matt Frattin was dismissed from the squad. Knight studied physical education, exercise science and wellness while attending UND.

In his freshman year, Knight finished second on the team in rookie scoring with 13 points and was twice named Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) rookie of the week. Knight and UND won their first of three consecutive Broadmoor Trophies as WCHA playoff champions. He finished second on the team and 10th in the WCHA with 40 points in his sophomore year, 2010–11, and set a school record for faceoff efficiency; he won 59.9 percent of his draws to surpass Zach Parise’s mark of 59.1 percent in 2003–04. Knight was named an assistant captain in his junior season of 2011–12, and finished with 40 points. He won the Archie Krum Memorial Athletic Scholarship, given by the school to a player who “demonstrates leadership qualities, high academic standards and athletic excellence.”

Completing his college eligibility in 2012–13, Knight recorded his third consecutive 40-point season as his 16 goals and 33 assists totaled a personal high of 49 points. He had a 19-game point streak, the longest for any UND player in 25 years. Knight won the Jeff Anderson Scholarship Award as UND’s most valuable player, was named to the National Collegiate Athletic Association West Region All-Tournament Team and was named to the second team at both the All-WCHA and All-American levels womens running hydration pack. He was also named a top-ten finalist for the Hobey Baker Award as top player in American college hockey; the award was ultimately won by Drew LeBlanc.

Upon his graduation, the Panthers were required to sign Knight to a contract, or risk losing his playing rights as he would become an unrestricted free agent. Unable to come to terms on a deal, Florida chose to trade him to the Calgary Flames in exchange for a fourth round selection at the 2013 NHL Entry Draft where to buy sweater shaver. Knight began the 2013–14 season with Calgary’s American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Abbotsford Heat. He had 14 goals and 51 points in his first 53 games when a string of injuries in Calgary led to his recall on March 5, 2014. Knight made his NHL debut that night in a 4–1 win over the Ottawa Senators. He scored his first goal (and point) against goaltender Frederik Andersen in a 7–2 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on March 12, 2014.

During the 2014–15 season, while with AHL affiliate the Adirondack Flames, Knight was traded by the Flames in a return to his original club, the Florida Panthers, in exchange for Drew Shore on January 9, 2015.

Knight signed a one-year AHL contract with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on September 1, 2016. In the 2016–17 season, he appeared in 72 games with the Phantoms where he recorded 11 goals and 29 assists for 40 points. On July 1, 2017, Knight was rewarded by his season through regaining a NHL contract in accepting a two-year, two-way deal with the Phantoms’ NHL affiliate, the Philadelphia Flyers.


Rogerstone (Welsh: Tŷ du, meaning “Black house”) is a village, ward and community (parish) of the city of Newport, southeastern Wales. The area is governed by the Newport City Council. The village falls within the ancient parish of Bassaleg and historic county of Monmouthshire.

The parish lies at the gateway to the Sirhowy valley, to the north of Newport on the eastern side of the Ebbw River. It is bounded by the M4 motorway to the south, the Ebbw River to the west, the Henllys vale to the east and the city boundary with Caerphilly county borough to the north

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Rogerstone railway station is on the Ebbw Valley Railway. It opened on 6 February 2008 and links Ebbw Vale to Cardiff Central via Rogerstone.

The original settlement dates back to Norman times when Rogerstone Castle was built in the early part of the 12th century. The name is said to originate from Roger de Haia, the Norman Lord who was responsible for the building of the castle, the remains of which are reduced to a low bush and tree covered motte opposite Criddle’s garage on the lower section of Tregwilym Road womens running hydration pack. The Welsh name for Rogerstone “Tŷ Du” translates to English as “Black House”, though no one is entirely sure why it has this name waterproof bag.

The larger parish of Rogerstone started as two distinct settlements of Tregwilym and Tydu, Tregwilym taking its name from the land owner, William de Berkerolles. These hamlets remained predominantly rural until the advent of the industrial revolution. The population grew in response to the tin, iron and aluminium industries which flourished near the South Wales coalfield. At one point, the village boasted the longest aluminium rolling mill in Western Europe and one of the largest marshalling yards on the Great Western Railway network.

The village played host to John Frost and his fellow Chartists on their historical march from the valleys to Newport, the Welsh Oak public house just north of the parish being one of the key meeting points for the protestors before they set off through the parish towards the Westgate Hotel and turmoil.

The parish sits astride the Crumlin branch of the Monmouthshire Canal and plays host to the Fourteen Locks. The canal opened in 1798 but was dogged by water supply problems and competition from the railways and by 1930; it had finally succumbed and has since fallen into disrepair.

Rogerstone Library is part of Newport City Council’s library service, and is officially titled Rogerstone Library and Information Centre. The building was opened in 1905 as a Carnegie Library. Newport has a second Carnegie Library on Corporation Road.

The designation of the Rogerstone section of the canal as part of the National Cycle Network (route 47) and more recent efforts to restore parts of the canal have made the site a popular tourist attraction. The restoration of the locks of the canal has already cost millions, with only a few locks completed so far. Funding for this work has been provided by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The rubbish and mud lying at the bottom of the locks is being removed and the old stones that used to lie at the bottom of the locks will now be removed and replaced. The site houses the 14 Locks Canal Centre which was the subject of an arson attack in 2012 which ruined the inside of the centre. It has now been fully refurbished and is open to the public.

Rogerstone was traditionally an industrial, working-class village, but recent expensive housing developments such as that on the site of the former power station has added more than 1,000 dwellings and an ever-increasing middle-class population. This has been influenced by the improved transport links.

In 2005, Warburtons opened a new bakery in the village, to supply bakery products across South Wales. However, after the 2008 economic crisis, in 2010 the company announced the closure of the facility, and the loss of 140 jobs. The plant was later bought by local family owned Brace’s Bakery.

There are three primary schools within Rogerstone; Rogerstone Primary, Mount Pleasant Primary and High Cross Primary tenderizing steak.

Johann Christian Petersen (der Jüngere)

Johann Christian Petersen, genannt der Jüngere (* 24. April 1750 in Rostock; † 12. Oktober oder 13. Oktober 1806 ebenda) war ein deutscher lutherischer Theologe. Er lehrte an der Universität Rostock.

Der Sohn des Pastors Andreas Christian Petersen (1721–1772) und Enkel des Rostocker Professors Johann Christian Petersen (der Ältere) (1682–1766) besuchte Schulen in Rostock und studierte anschließend Theologie an der dortigen Universität womens running hydration pack. Er schloss seine Studien mit der Promotion zum Magister artium 1773 an der Universität Jena ab.

Anschließend wurde Petersen 1774 Diakon der Jakobikirche. Er galt dort als beliebter Prediger und zeichnete sich durch einen freundschaftlichen Charakter aus build your own football uniform. Außerdem setzte er sich für Arme ein und rief in Predigten dazu auf, ihm gleichzutun.

1796 wurde Petersen zunächst Privatdozent, dann erster rätlicher Professor der Theologie an der Universität Rostock. Damit war er Nachfolger von Joachim Hartmann. Archidiakon der Jakobikirche wurde er 1798.

In der Nacht vom 12. auf den 13. Oktober 1806 verstarb Petersen im Alter von 56 Jahren. Das Diakonat und die Professur übte er bis zu seinem Tode aus. Sein Nachfolger an der Universität wurde Gustav Friedrich Wiggers.

Einige Predigten Petersens wurden nach seinem Tode 1808 zu Rostock vom Theologen Johann Christian Wilhelm Dahl (1771–1810) herausgegeben. Dahl hatte 1808 außerdem Petersens Tochter Friederika Sophia Maria geheiratet.