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Hockey Northwestern Ontario (HNO) is the governing body of all ice hockey in Northern Ontario, Canada. Hockey Northwestern Ontario is a branch of Hockey Canada.
The West Michigan ThunderHawks were an indoor football team based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The team was most recently a member of the Indoor Football League. From their inception in 2007 until 2009, the ThunderHawks were known as the Muskegon Thunder and played at L.C. Walker Arena. In 2010, the team moved to Grand Rapids, MI. This is where the downfall of the team took place. The season started off hopeful with a 5–2 record. After week 7 the players were promised money at a later date as long as they played. Starting in 2010 the ThunderHawks played their home games at the DeltaPlex Arena, in nearby Walker, Michigan. The Thunderhawks did not field a team in 2011.
The Thunder Bay Twins were a Canadian Senior ice hockey team from Thunder Bay, Ontario. They played an independent schedule under the supervision of Hockey Northwestern Ontario. They competed for the Allan Cup, the Grand Championship of Canadian senior hockey.
Thunderhawk is a wooden roller coaster with an out-and-back layout located at Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Originally opening as The Coaster in 1923, Thunderhawk is the oldest operating roller coaster in the Cedar Fair chain and one of the oldest in the world still in operation. It was manufactured by Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters and designed by Herbert Paul Schmeck, who studied under the legendary John A. Miller and went on to mentor another well-renowned designer, John C. Allen.
Thunderhawk, known as AH-3 Thunderstrike in North America, is a combat flight simulator video game developed by Core Design and released for the Amiga and DOS in 1992, for the Mega CD/Sega CD in 1993 and for Microsoft Windows in 1996. An Atari Jaguar CD port was planned but never released. In the game the player flies a fictional AH-73M attack helicopter.
Toronto ThunderHawks were an indoor soccer team based in Mississauga, Ontario that competed in the defunct NPSL. The team began play in the 2000-2001 season, with home games at the Hershey Centre. The team was owned by businessman Neil Jamieson and National Hockey League Hockey Hall of Fame defenseman Paul Coffey. The owners also purchased the Montreal Impact of the NPSL and suspended the club, transferring many of the Impact players to the ThunderHawks.
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Thunderhawk is an inverted roller coaster located at Michigan's Adventure amusement park in Muskegon, Michigan. Designed and built by Vekoma, the roller coaster debuted in 1998 as Serial Thriller at Geauga Lake in Aurora, Ohio. It was renamed Thunderhawk in 2004 when Cedar Fair took ownership of the park. Following Geauga Lake's closure in 2007, Thunderhawk was dismantled and moved to Michigan's Adventure in time for the 2008 season, where it became the first inverted roller coaster in Michigan.
The Orangeville Northmen are Junior "B" box lacrosse team from Orangeville, Ontario, Canada. The Northmen play in the OLA Junior B Lacrosse League.
The Hamilton Bengals are Junior "B" box lacrosse team from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The Bengals play in the OLA Junior B Lacrosse League.
The Niagara Thunderhawks are a Junior "B" box lacrosse team from Niagara, Ontario, Canada. The Thunderhawks play in the OLA Junior B Lacrosse League.
Lakota East High School is a high school in the Lakota School District which comprises both West Chester Township and Liberty Township in the suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio. The high school is for ninth through twelfth grades, though there are separate buildings for ninth grade students and tenth through twelfth grade students.
The Wallaceburg Thunderhawks are a Canadian Junior ice hockey club based in Wallaceburg, Ontario. They play in the Provincial Junior Hockey League of the Ontario Hockey Association.
Miami University Middletown or Miami Middletown is a public regional campus of Miami University located in Middletown, Ohio. It was founded in 1966 and is the oldest regional campus of Miami University, and Ohio's first regional campus. It is one of three regional campuses of Miami University.
The Kenora Thistles were a Canadian senior ice hockey club from Kenora, Ontario. The club most recently played in the 2015–16 season in the Hockey Northwestern Ontario and were hosts of the 2011 Allan Cup.
Firestorm: Thunderhawk 2, known as Thunderstrike 2 in North America, is a 1995 combat flight simulator video game developed by Core Design and released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation and Sega Saturn. It is the sequel to Thunderhawk.
The Fort Frances Thunderhawks were a Canadian Senior ice hockey club from Fort Frances, Ontario. They were eligible to compete for the Allan Cup.
The 2011 Allan Cup was the 2011 Canadian Grand National Championship of Senior ice hockey. This was the 103rd year the trophy was awarded. The 2011 Allan Cup was contended in Kenora, Ontario, hosted by the Kenora Thistles of Hockey Northwestern Ontario from April 11 to April 16, 2011.
Thunderhawk: Operation Phoenix, known as Thunderstrike: Operation Phoenix in North America, is a 2001 combat flight simulator video game developed by Core Design and released by Eidos Interactive exclusively for the PlayStation 2. It is the sequel to Firestorm: Thunderhawk 2.
Ellicott High School is a public high school in Ellicott, Colorado, United States. It is part of the Ellicott School District 22.