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WHA
WHA may refer to: [[WHA ( AM)]], a radio station (970 AM) licensed to Madison, Wisconsin, United States WHA-TV, a television station (channel 21 analog/20
Mar 24th 2017



Wha Wha F.C.
Wha Wha FC (sometimes spelt as WhaWha or HwaHwa) is a Zimbabwean football club based in Wha Wha on the outskirts of Gweru. The club won promotion to the
Feb 23rd 2017



NHL–WHA merger
NHL and WHA was the culmination of several years of negotiations between the National Hockey League (NHL) and the World Hockey Association (WHA) that resulted
Apr 26th 2017



Kyung Wha Chung
Kyung Wha Chung (born 26 March 1948, Seoul, South Korea) is a Korean violinist. The middle of the seven children in her family, Kyung Wha Chung's
Apr 12th 2017



WHA (AM)
WHA (970 kHz) is a non-commercial AM radio station, licensed since 1922 to the University of Wisconsin and located in Madison, Wisconsin. It serves as
Mar 30th 2017



Cafe Wha?
74°00′02″W / 40.730207°N 74.000677°W / 40.730207; -74.000677 Cafe Wha? is a club at the corner of MacDougal Street and Minetta Lane in the Greenwich
Apr 13th 2017



1972–73 WHA season
The-1972The 1972–73 WHA season was the first season of the World Hockey Association (WHA). Twelve teams played 78 games each. The league was officially incorporated
Jan 24th 2017



1978–79 WHA season
The 1978–79 WHA season was the seventh and final season of the World Hockey Association (WHA). Prior to the start of the season, the Houston Aeros folded
Mar 14th 2017



1977–78 WHA season
The 1977–78 WHA season was the sixth season of the World Hockey Association (WHA). Eight teams played 80 games each. The Avco World Trophy winner was the
Jun 12th 2016



1976–77 WHA season
The 1976–77 WHA season was the fifth season of the World Hockey Association (WHA). Prior to the season, the Toronto Toros moved to Birmingham, AL and became
Nov 26th 2014



Myung-wha Chung
Korean name; the family name is Chung. Myung-wha Chung (born 19 March 1944) is a Korean cellist. Myung-wha Chung was born in 1944 in Seoul, South Korea
Feb 18th 2017



WHA Amateur Draft
The-WHA-Entry-DraftThe WHA Entry Draft was the entry draft for the World Hockey Association. The professional league operated from 1972 to 1979, but only held its annual
Apr 26th 2017



1975–76 WHA season
The 1975–76 WHA season was the fourth season of the World Hockey Association. After the Baltimore Blades and Chicago Cougars folded, the league stayed
Aug 14th 2016



List of WHA seasons
(WHA) operated for seven seasons from 1972 until 1979. The WHA ceased operations after the 1978–79 season. As part of the NHL-WHA merger, four WHA franchises
Nov 25th 2014



1974 WHA Amateur Draft
The-1974The 1974 WHA Amateur Draft was the second amateur draft held by the World Hockey Association. The first two rounds of the draft were conducted in secret
Apr 25th 2017



1974–75 WHA season
The 1974–75 WHA season was the third season of the World Hockey Association. Fourteen teams each played 78 games. The WHA expanded by adding the Indianapolis
Mar 24th 2017



Scots Wha Hae
Scots-Wha-HaeScots Wha Hae (English: Scots, Who Have; Scottish Gaelic: Brosnachadh Bhruis) is a patriotic song of Scotland written in the Scots language which served
Jan 11th 2017



World Hockey Association Hall of Fame
independent organization dedicated to honoring the World Hockey Association (WHA) which operated from 1972 to 1979 as a major professional ice hockey league
Aug 6th 2016



1973–74 WHA season
The 1973–74 WHA season was the second season of the World Hockey Association. Twelve teams each played 78 games. The Philadelphia Blazers relocated to
Mar 24th 2017



WHA General Player Draft
The purpose of the draft was to establish an orderly process through which WHA teams would stock their rosters by the beginning of their inaugural season
Oct 11th 2016



WHA Junior Hockey League
The-WHA-Junior-Hockey-LeagueThe WHA Junior Hockey League was an independent Canadian junior ice hockey league based out of British Columbia, Canada. The league marketed itself as
Jun 6th 2016



1973 WHA Amateur Draft
The 1973 WHA Amateur Draft was the first draft for the World Hockey Association. Below are listed the selections in the 1973 WHA Amateur Draft. 1.
May 4th 2016



Kang Kyung-wha
This is a Korean name; the family name is Kang. Kang Kyung-wha is a South Korean diplomat. She was appointed by the United Nations Secretary-General Ban
Aug 20th 2016



WHAS-TV
WHAS-TV, virtual and VHF digital channel 11, is an ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Louisville, Kentucky, United States. The station is owned
Apr 3rd 2017



1977 WHA Amateur Draft
The 1977 WHA Amateur Draft was the fifth and final draft held by the World Hockey Association. Below are listed the selections in the 1977 WHA Amateur
Nov 25th 2014



WHAS (AM)
WHAS, known by the on air branding as "News Radio 840 WHAS", is an AM radio station broadcasting in Louisville, Kentucky. It is a 50,000 Watt clear channel
Apr 4th 2017



Han Chang-wha
Han Chang-Wha (Hangul: 한창화, Hanja: 韓昌華, 3 November 1922 - 18 April 2006) was a South Korean football defender who played for South Korea in the 1954 FIFA
Feb 21st 2017



Birmingham Bulls
successful on the ice since moving to Toronto, and had drawn fairly well by WHA standards. However, onerous lease terms at Maple Leaf Gardens led owner John
Feb 19th 2017



1975 WHA Amateur Draft
The 1975 WHA Amateur Draft was the third draft held by the World Hockey Association. Below are listed the selections in the 1975 WHA Amateur Draft.
Nov 25th 2014



Wha-Koo
Wha-Koo was an American rock band best known for their 1978 single, "(You're Such a) Fabulous Dancer", which peaked at #101 on the Billboard and #10 on
Jan 29th 2017



Phoenix Roadrunners (WHA)
This article is about the WHA team. For other uses, see Phoenix Roadrunners (disambiguation). The Phoenix Roadrunners were a team in the now defunct World
Jun 14th 2016



1976 WHA Amateur Draft
The 1976 WHA Amateur Draft was the fourth draft held by the World Hockey Association. Below are listed the selections in the 1976 WHA Amateur Draft
Nov 14th 2016



List of Edmonton Oilers (WHA) players
list of players for the Edmonton Oilers of the World Hockey Association (WHA). It includes players that have played at least one regular season or playoff
Jun 2nd 2016



List of Calgary Cowboys (WHA) players
the Calgary Cowboys (1975–76 to 1976–77) of the World Hockey Association (WHA). Contents  A B C D E F G H I J K L M O P R S T W John Arbour, Ken
Jun 14th 2014



1972–73 WHA All-Star Game
5–2. Wayne Carleton was named the game's most valuable player. 1972–73 WHA season 1972-73 WWHA All-Star Game Summary SEVEN SEASONS: WHA 1972-73
Mar 27th 2017



Houston Aeros (WHA)
Hockey Association (WHA) from 1972 to 1978. The Aeros were originally slated to play in Dayton, Ohio as a charter member of the WHA. However, Dayton residents
Apr 26th 2017



Wha of Gojoseon
Wha King Wha was the 35st king of Gija Joseon. He reigned from 361 BC to 342 BC. His true name was Wha (hangul: 화, hanja: 華). He was succeeded by Ho of Gojoseon
Mar 14th 2017



Ya Ho Wha 13
Founded in 1973 in the Los Angeles area, Ya Ho Wha 13, otherwise known as Ya Ho Wa 13 or Yahowha 13, is a psychedelic rock band fronted by Father Yod
Apr 27th 2017



Wha Gwarn?
"Wha Gwarn?" is a song by British record production duo Chase & Status, featuring vocals from Bonkaz. The song was released as a digital download on 20
Jan 7th 2016



WHAS
WHAS may refer to: WHAS (AM), a radio station (840 AM) licensed to Louisville, Kentucky, United States WHAS-TV, a television station (channel 11 analog/55
Jan 8th 2016



Calgary Cowboys
ice hockey team that played two seasons in the World Hockey Association (WHA) from 1975–1977. The-CowboysThe Cowboys played at the Stampede Corral in Calgary. The
Oct 12th 2016



WHA Playoff MVP
annually from 1975 to 1979 to the most valuable player of the playoffs. WHA Playoff MVP winners 1975 - Ron Grahame, Houston Aeros 1976 - Ulf Nilsson
Apr 24th 2013



Claude Larose (ice hockey, born 1955)
was drafted first overall in the 1975 WHA-Amateur-DraftWHA Amateur Draft and played 252 games in the World Hockey Association (WHA) for the Cincinnati Stingers and Indianapolis
Apr 26th 2017



Kim In-hwa
(Korean: 김 인화, October 5, 1969) is a South Korean rhythmic gymnast. Kim In-wha competed for South Korea in the rhythmic gymnastics individual all-around
Jan 26th 2017



East Division (WHA)
The-WHA's-East-DivisionThe WHA's East Division was formed in 1972. The division existed for five seasons until 1977. In 1972, the WHA was formed with 12 teams, split into two
Apr 7th 2016



West Division (WHA)
The-WHA's-West-DivisionThe WHA's West Division was formed in 1972. The division existed for five seasons until 1977. In 1972, the WHA was formed with 12 teams, split into two
Nov 26th 2014



Winnipeg Jets (1972–96)
in the World Hockey Association (WHA) in 1972, moving to the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1979 following the WHA's collapse. Due to mounting financial
Apr 23rd 2017



World Hockey Association
since the collapse of the Western Hockey League (1952–74). Although the WHA was not the first league since that time to attempt to challenge the NHL's
Apr 21st 2017



James McWha
James Alexander McWha is a botanist whose professional career was devoted to teaching, research and educational administration in New Zealand, Northern
Apr 18th 2017



Wisconsin Public Television
outside of Milwaukee. The state network is available via flagship station WHA-TV in Madison and five full-power satellite stations throughout most of Wisconsin
Apr 26th 2017





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