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Bantam A Hockey League

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Buck 285BK Medium Bantam, Lock Back Folding Knife
Buck 285BK Medium Bantam, Lock Back Folding Knife
Buck Knives 285BK Bantam TM BLW is the medium sized entry into Buck's popular Bantam Series. It is a medium, lightweight, mid-lockback pocket knife. It features a 3-1/8" drop point 420HC stainless steel blade with a one hand opening thumb stud. It is 4-3/8" long closed and weighs 2.4 oz. The Medium Bantam features a textured thermoplastic handle, with a contoured finger groove and grip ridges at the front of the handle for an extra secure grip. It also sports a lanyard hole and stainless steel belt clip for different carry options, and as with all Buck Knives, features Buck's 4-Ever Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.

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Calgary Herald Digital - Calgary Herald - 1 May 2008 - King Karl
Calgary Herald Digital - Calgary Herald - 1 May 2008 - King Karl
Karl Alzner killed some time Tuesday by taking a few cars for test drives. Hopefully, one of them was a truck because the 19-year-old continued to pick up more accolades and trophies Wednesday when he was named the Western Hockey League’s top player and defenceman of the year during the annual awards luncheon. The Calgary Hitmen captain beat out Calgarian T.J. Fast of the Tri-City Americans for the defensive award and Brocket, Alta.’s Colton Yellow Horn, also of the Americans, for the prestigious Four Broncos Memorial Trophy as player of the year. A two-time gold medallist with Canada at the world junior championship, including this year when he captained the team, Alzner becomes the WHL’s nominee for Canadian Hockey League player of the year. “It’s incredibly nice to be honoured for something like this,” smiled the product of Burnaby, B.C. “A guy I respect so much, Kris Ru sse l l ( Me d i c i n e Hat defenceman), did it the year before, so I’m happy to be following in his footsteps.” Alzner is the third Hitman to win player of the year, following goaltender Justin Pogge in 2006 and forward Brad Moran in 2000. The 2007 National Hockey League first-round (fifth overall) draft choice of the Washington Capitals said he had a slight feeling prior to the announcements he might be in line for both awards when he looked over at the Tri-City table and only saw goalie Chet Pickard in attendance. “But you never want to get your hopes up. This is a nice consolation, though, to be able to win something without being able to win the league championship or the Memorial Cup, which are the big things you want to win when you come into the league,” he said. “So I’m going to have to come back for one more year if I want to win those.” Although he has yet to sign with the Capitals, no one is expecting the first-team Eastern Conference all-star to play his final WHL season. Not that it would bother him one way or another. “I’ve been waiting almost a year now . . . it’s all in the hands of my agents,” he said of negotiations with the Caps. His junior career itself, he said, has been a blur. “It’s gone by too quick,” he said. “You know, I was just 16 the other day and I’ve gotten the opportunity to see so much, do so much. I’ve learned from so many coaches and players . . . it’s been such a fun four years. “If it was my last year, then I’m very sad, but if I come back, I’ll be very happy.” Alzner was taken in the second round of the 2003 bantam draft, behind Keegan Dansereau, but the Hitmen weren’t sure just how good the six-foot-two, 210-pounder was going to be until the 2004 Teddy Bear Toss game. The club was down to four defenceman and brought in the 15-year-old on an emergency basis. “There were 12,000 to 13,000 people in the stands, he took a regular shift and didn’t miss a beat,” recalled head coach and general manager Kelly Kisio. “Stepping into a situation like that, we knew we were in for a very good player. “He’s been easy to coach. It’s very gratifying the way he handles himself, conducts himself. You’d like to think he’s a reflection of us, but I think it’s quite a bit a reflection of his family, how he’s brought up and how mature he is. “He’s a prototypical pro. He’s handled himself like a pro and will be a very good pro.”
All Tied Up
All Tied Up
6 to 6, 1.5 seconds left in the game after the Californien's get the goal that ties up the game, go on to overtime, and bring home a tie... The whole game was a back-and-forth like this, with not more than a few minutes where either team had a lead. Best... Hockey... Ever.

bantam a hockey league
bantam a hockey league
Victorinox Swiss Army Bantam Pocket Knife (Red)
In 1884, Master Cutler Karl Elsener started his cutlery factory in the small village of Ibach, Switzerland. In 1897, he crafted the Victorinox Original Swiss Army Knife. Since that time, the Elsener family has continued to craft tools in the Victorinox tradition of in genius design, durability, and quality. This is why all Victorinox multi-tools, made of first class stainless steel, are guaranteed a lifetime against defects in material and workmanship. Remember, if it doesn't say Victorinox, it's not the Original Swiss Army Knife.

Designed to handle the most important functions, the Victorinox Bantam pocketknife is an ideal no-frills companion for travelers. Measuring a mere 3.3 inches long, the Bantam is stylishly cased in a classic red housing with the familiar Victorinox logo on the side. More importantly, this small "officer's knife" comes with several integrated mini-tools, including a large blade, a cap lifter, a can opener, a screwdriver, a wire stripper, tweezers, a toothpick, and a key ring for easy transport.

The Bantam is stylishly cased in a classic red housing.
As with all Victorinox items, the Bantam is made to exacting standards, with dozens of steps going into its construction. Victorinox attends to every detail, from selecting the finest materials to performing the final inspection. In addition, each individual tool has been hardened in a different way to stand up to its designated use. The Bantam measures 3.3 by 0.45 by 0.9 inches (W x H x D), weighs 1.1 ounces, and carries a lifetime warranty.
Bantam Tools

Large blade
Bottle opener
Can opener
Wire stripper
Key ring
About Victorinox
In 1884, Swiss cutler Karl Elsener set up shop in Ibach-Schwyz, installing a waterwheel in Tobelbach Brook to run his grinding and polishing machines. Thus began what would become the international brand name Victorinox, a combination of Victoria, for Elsener's mother, and "inox," or stainless steel. Today, Victorinox produces watches, luggage, clothing, and, famously, Swiss Army Knives. The original product dates to 1897, when Elsener patented the Swiss Officer's and Sports Knife he supplied to the Swiss Army. Following World War II, American servicemen and women shopping in PX stores shortened the name to Swiss Army Knife, which lives on in English-speaking countries around the world and has become a metaphor for versatility.