Friday, January 13, 2012

Ty Loney Will Remain On First Line

(above) Reed and Ty [right] spend a little time with the Stanley Cup in the backyard
From: Denver Post
by Adrian Dater

One of Ty Loney's first memories is of his father's last acts as a professional hockey player.

"His last practice as a player, I think I was about 3 years old, I got to skate with him. That's my only memory of him and the NHL," said Loney, a University of Denver freshman forward whose team hosts Bemidji State this weekend at Magness Arena.

Loney's father, Troy, played 12 seasons in the NHL, the final one with the New York Islanders in 1994-95. He was part of a Pittsburgh Penguins​ team that won back-to-back Stanley Cups in 1991 and 1992 [read entire article].

2 comments:

vizoroo said...

Magness Man called Loney to stay with Drew Shore and Salazar on USCHO blog.

Twister said...

Ty seems awfully upset to be sitting next to the most revered trophy in sports.