Donald Richard " Cleaver" To raise (born the November 14th, 1952 with South Porcupine, Ontario, Canada) was player of Hockey Professionnel at the station of left winger and played 15 seasons in the National league of hockey of the season 1972-73 with the season 1986-87.
BiographyTo raise was fished out 3rd by the Canucks of Vancouver to the Repêchage amateur of the LNH 1972. He played 1020 matches in LNH, evolving/moving for 6 different clubs, and marked 313 goals and 367 assistances for a total of 680 points. He is the cousin of James Hart Rising and took part in two removal of concessions of the LNH (of the Flames of Atlanta to the Flames of Calgary and of the Rockies of Colorado (LNH) with the Devils of the New Jersey).
Don Lever is currently the trainer-chief of Bulldogs of Hamilton, in the American Ligue of hockey. It is at its second season with the bar of this formation and its fourth as trainer-chief in the LAH, him who was also trainer-chief of the Americans of Rochester of 1990 to 1992 and which was rewarded for the trophy Trophée Louis A.R. Pieri, Remi with the trainer of the year according to the media, at the time of the season 1990-91. He was also assistant-trainer during 14 seasons for the Sabers of Buffalo and the Blues of Saint-Louis.
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