Bob Nicholson (ice hockey)

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Bob Nicholson (born 1953 in Penticton, British Columbia)[1] is the current Vice-Chairman of the Oilers Entertainment Group (OEG). He was previously the President and Chief Executive Officer of Hockey Canada, a position he held since June 1998. He stepped down on May 31, 2014.[2]

Nicholson is an Aerospace Engineer by trade with extensive knowledge in hyperturbulent thermodynamics. Currently, he resides in Calgary, Alberta with his wife, author Lorna Schultz Nicholson.

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  1. ^ Adams, Alan (2011). "100 People of Power and Influence". The Hockey News 64: 17. 
  2. ^ http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/bob-nicholson-steps-down-as-hockey-canada-boss-1.2598236

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