Pat Quinn is a co-founder of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. He was diagnosed with ALS in March 2013.
Last year, I accepted a Webby Award in New York City for co-founding the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. 170 more words
–John Dillon blogs at Pension Vocabulary. Here John Dillon asks the former Governor Pat Quinn a simple question.
Question: Was there ever a time after you lost the election that you looked back at your dreadful signing of SB1, the Pension Reform bill that was later found totally unconstitutional on May 8th by the Illinois Supreme Court, that you thought about the over 100,000 teachers and many more public workers who did not and would not vote for you after what you did? 273 more words
The great knock against Pat Quinn when he was fired in 2006 by the Toronto Maple Leafs, who 10 years later have yet to recover, was that the old-school coach was out of touch. 950 more words
The National Hockey League announced the 2016 Hall of Fame Class on Monday as Eric Lindros, Rogie Vachon, Sergei Makarov and Pat Quinn were announced as the newest members. 14 more words
TORONTO — Eric Lindros will finally get his plaque in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The long-time Philadelphia Flyers captain was announced as one of four nominees for this year’s induction class, joined by the late Pat Quinn, Russian winger Sergei Makarov and goaltender Rogie Vachon. 82 more words
Eric Lindros and the late Pat Quinn share one dubious distinction when it comes to their respective illustrious careers — neither won an NHL championship. 478 more words