The New York Islanders are a National Hockey League team, and members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. Based in Uniondale, New York, the Islanders were founded in 1972. Having won four straight Stanley Cups from 1980-1983, the Islanders are one of the nine dynasties recognized by the NHL.
The Calgary Roughnecks is a professional lacrosse team based out of Calgary, Canada, that competes in the National Lacrosse League. Founded in 2001, the team has managed to distinguish itself several times over, including winning the Champions Cup a few times, its first being in 2004 against the Buffalo Bandits. The team's name is taken from the moniker given to the industrious folks who work the drilling rigs in Alberta's natural gas and oil industry.
Chuck Negron is a singer/songwriter from New York who is probably best known as one of the three lead vocalists of the popular band Three Dog Night.Born in Manhattan, to a Puerto Rican father and an English mother, Negron grew up in a strong musical environment and ended up singing in local doo-wop groups as a kid.After moving to Los Angeles, Negron would go on to form Three Dog Night in 1968 with Danny Hutton and Cory Wells--eventually going on to become one of the most popular bands of the 1970s.After the group's disbanded in 1976, Negron spiraled into the seedy world of heroin and cocaine addiction. But after cleaning up his act in the early 1990s, Negron launched his solo career with his debut 1995 LP, Am I Still In Your Heart.