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NameEdmund (Ned) James O'Brien
ContingentTeam Prince Edward Island



Team: Prince Edward Island
No: 77
Final position: 10
ON-PESaturday, February 24, 200715:30Takhini Arena
MB-PESunday, February 25, 200715:30Takhini Arena
Places 10-11Wednesday, February 28, 200711:30Takhini Arena
Places 10-12Thursday, March 01, 200710:00Takhini Arena
Places 9-10Friday, March 02, 200709:00Canada Games Centre



Height (ft, inches)5'11"
Weight (lb)161
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamRothesay Riverhawks
CoachJamie MacDonald
Position/Event/SportHockey Left wing
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
MVP South London Minor Hockey Invitional 2005
Chad Chaisson Memorial Award 2005
Male Athlete of the Year 2004
scouted by Notre Dame Hounds, Caron High School in Sask. and Rothesay Netherwood, Saint John's ,NB
P.E.I.S.A.A Senior Boys Cross Country Provincal Team Champion first time in school history. 2005
Ontario Hockey Federation Fastest Skater in skills competition
Certificate of Achievement in Niagara Catholic District School Board Cross Country.
Player of the game in 31st Annual Little NHL Hockey Tournament
3 on 3 Ice Hockey Challenge Champion Fort Erie
Hit, Run and Pitch Representative for Fort Erie in Buffalo,NY
Invited to attend the Hockey Showcase Andrews&Dunn 2006
South London Minor Hockey Invitional Bantam A Champion 2005
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2006 Top of the Hill Hockey Tournament Won
2006 N.B.I.A.A. Soccer Won
2005 Ontario Hockey Federation Championships 4th
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
My goals for the Canada Winter Games are to work hard, represent my province in the best manner that I can as an representative of P.E.I, and help our Team achieve a medal.
My personal role model
My Mom and Dad are my role models because they have taught me to work hard and always try your best. If you do that good things will always come your way.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
Well, My grandfather and I both play hockey. He has been in hockey for 60 years. Poppie, plays oldtimers hockey and has been in Whitehorse at the 55+ Olympics representing the island and brought home a bronze medal. Also, He and Brandon Gormley's grandfather were teammates who won the island title one year. Brandon and I both play the same postions that our grandfathers played as well. My great uncle was drafted by the Los Angeles Kings and played hockey in the IHL