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Sean Richard Glanvill

11/14/2014, 1:30pm CST
By CCP

Chaminade Mourns the Loss of Sean Glanvill '13

The Chaminade Family offers our deepest support and prayers for Sean and his family. Sean was an exceptional young man and he touched many lives in a beautiful way.

May he rest in peace.

Sean Richard
Glanvill (20) passed away in the presence of his loving parents & siblings on November 10th, 2014. Sean was born in St. Louis on July 28th 1994, an adoring son of South African born Derek and Penny Glanvill and precious brother to Kirsten and Nicholas Glanvill. In May 2007, Sean was involved in a tragic car accident and suffered a traumatic brain injury. After 18 months in hospital, Sean eventually came home to the support of his family; grounded in faith and the hope of a loving God. Sean spent a courageous 7 1/2 years of incredible perseverance and rehabilitation yet joyful years with his family. Ultimately after enduring and overcoming many challenges, Sean passed away after spending six weeks in intensive care at St Louis Children's Hospital. Sean will be dearly missed by many who were touched by his caring, energetic and spirited heart who loved to bring pleasure to his parents, family, coaches and friends. Sean had an endearing smile that touched everyone around him. His life has inspired many people - motivating them with their faith, to better appreciate life and to have loving relationships. As a gifted athlete, his tenacious and relentless work ethic drove his incredible courage during his fight to live, beating the odds, surprising doctors with his determination and never-give-up attitude. He will be missed dearly by many who knew him or simply those who knew his story.

Services: Funeral service at The Crossing at Chesterfield, 114 North Eatherton Road, Chesterfield, MO 63005 Monday, Nov. 17, 2:00 p.m. Visitation at The Crossing at Chesterfield, Monday, Nov. 17, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Reception at The Crossing at Chesterfield, Monday, Nov. 17, 3.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Sean Glanvill Traumatic Brain Injury Research Foundation, 552 Eagles Nest Court, Wildwood, MO 63011. A service of the SCHRADER Funeral Home and Crematory. Friends may sign the family's on-line guestbook at Schrader.com.

Stastny and Butler Come Home to Chaminade

08/25/2014, 4:10pm CDT
By Chaminade College Prep

Today, Chaminade proudly welcomed Paul Stastny ‘04 and Chris Butler ’05 back to campus

Today, Chaminade proudly welcomed Paul Stastny ‘04 and Chris Butler ’05 back to campus for a surprise visit at an all-school assembly in the world class Skip Viragh Center for the Arts. Earlier this summer, it was announced that the Chaminade hockey alumni were coming home to play for the St. Louis Blues.

The Chaminade student body was unknowingly treated to a surprise, star-studded event slated as an all-school assembly to review the details of their new block schedule. They were pleasantly surprised to see Blues radio play-by-play broadcaster Chris Kerber, poised to interview Blues Head Coach Ken Hitchcock and General Manager Doug Armstrong.

A few minutes into the interview, Kerber teed up a video highlighting the homecoming of two of Chaminade’s own to play for their hometown team – the St. Louis Blues. The video featuring Phillip Phillip’s song, “Home” set the tone of the event with emotional shots of St. Louis landmarks, Scottrade Center, footage of their NHL careers, vintage shots of their days in Chaminade Hockey and the Chaminade campus. It ended with a slide exclaiming “Welcome Home Paul and Chris.” Kerber then invited the students to get out their cell phones for “something big!”

Much to the surprise and excitement of the 809 Chaminade students, Paul Stastny and Chris Butler were waiting in the wings donning their Chaminade Red Devil hockey jerseys. The Chaminade Fight Song blared and red strobe lights panned the audience. The students knew that something amazing was about to happen. Stastny and Butler rushed into the audience, high fiving and fist bumping students and teachers all the way down the aisle until they reached the stage and joined Kerber, Hitchcock and Armstrong. The students were wild with excitement and were on their feet cheering, clapping, hooting, taking pictures with their phones and Tweeting to #WeAreChaminade and posting to Instagram, Vine and Snapchat.

Click here to see an interview with Paul Stastny.

Click here to see an interview with Chris Butler.

Click here to see a video of the event.

Click here to see a photo gallery.

Click here to see a Chaminade photo gallery. 

When the crowd finally quieted, Kerber invited Doug Butler, Chris’ dad, to join them on stage. They talked about what it meant to their family to have their son playing for the home team. The crowd couldn’t help but notice that Mr. Butler had something in his lap. To their surprise and delight, he presented Chris and Paul with their new St. Louis Blues jerseys, which were set to be publicly unveiled later that day at the Blues Ice Breaker event at Ballpark Village. The next thing the crowd knew, Paul and Chris removed their Chaminade jerseys to don their new Blues jerseys. Everyone cheered at the sight of these Chaminade alumni - the latest professional athletes to call St. Louis home again. But it wasn’t over yet; Kerber had yet another surprise. He called Ellis Burgett ’15 and Luke Radetic ’16, members of the Chaminade Red Devil Hockey Team, to come forward to receive their Chaminade hockey jerseys from Paul Stastny and Chris Butler!

Once again, the students erupted as Ellis and Luke ran to the stage to meet the hockey stars. The presentation ended with an epic group selfie featuring Paul, Chris, Ellis and Luke joined by Hitchcock, Army, and Kerber with the entire Chaminade student body gathered in the background.

Special guests were in attendance to join Paul and Chris for their homecoming to Chaminade - Mark Heffernan ’82, Chaminade’s Board of Trustees Chair; along with several members of the Chaminade Hockey Board - Matt Hrubes ’91, President; Chris Coulter ’92, Joe Radetic; former teammate, Tom Brooks '04, former teammate; and several members of the Blues front office, including Tom Stillman, Chairman and Governor.

Chaminade extends its thanks to the St. Louis Blues organization for graciously hosting this event on their campus and to John Eilermann ’82, whose leadership was instrumental in making this event possible,

Stastny and Butler Come Home

Paul Stastny, a center, accepted a four-year offer to join the St. Louis Blues over as many as a dozen others from around the league. Stastny has been entrenched for a decade with the Colorado Avalanche and Denver University for a decade, but the son and younger brother of two ex-Blues players chose to return to his roots.

The former Chaminade College Prep player will wear the No. 26 of his Hockey Hall of Fame father, Peter, when he takes the ice for the season opener Oct. 9 at Scottrade Center — about 20 minutes from where he and his older brother, Yan, grew up in Chesterfield.

“I wanted to go somewhere I was comfortable with and somewhere I know the lay of the land a little bit,” Stastny, said. “I was in a good position. I had good teams interested in me. I think in the end, you almost have to take a step back, take all of the emotions out of it and try to realize what’s best for me hockey-wise, not just next year, but two or three or four years down the road. My family and I thought that going to St. Louis would probably be the best hockey decision for me.”

With Paul’s signing, the Stastny family will be the first trio in franchise history to play for the same organization. Peter Stastny finished his Hall of Fame career after playing 23 games with the Blues covering the 1993-94 and 1994-95 seasons; Yan Stastny suited up in 50 games from 2007-10 and Paul will begin his career with the Blues this season. There are five other father-son combos who have both worn the Blue Note.

A two-time Olympian with the United States, Stastny had 25 goals and 60 points for the Colorado Avalanche last season and 5 goals and 10 points in seven playoff games. He has played eight seasons in the NHL.

Chris Butler, a defenseman, will wear No. 25 next season for the St. Louis Blues after signing a two-way contract, meaning he will be paid an NHL salary when he's on the Blues' roster and a minor-league salary if he's assigned to the club's American Hockey League affiliate in Chicago. This took place two weeks after Paul Stastny agreed to a four-year contract with his home team, "It's pretty exciting," Butler said, "getting the opportunity to put on the jersey that I've watched ever since I was a little kid, the jersey that I was watching when I fell in love with hockey."

Butler, who was drafted by Buffalo in the fourth round of the 2005 NHL Draft, has played six seasons in the NHL. He was traded to Calgary from Buffalo in 2011 and has spent the past three seasons with the Flames.

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Chaminade tops Oakville in opening-round finale

02/04/2013, 11:09pm CST
By By Jim Faasen | STLhighschoolsports.com

The Oakville/Chaminade Mid States Challenge Cup round-robin playoff game had all the makings of a classic.

WEST COUNTY • The Oakville/Chaminade Mid States Challenge Cup round-robin playoff game had all the makings of a classic.

Both the Tigers and the Red Devils were undefeated and, based upon goal differential, were the top two teams in the standings of the Blue Conference headed into the final opening round game for each team.

The teams had also split the season series, with each side winning a game.

All the drama was sucked out of the Greensfelder Recreation Complex hockey rink at Queeny Park, as the Red Devils scored in the first period and never trailed in a 3-1 victory.

“This feels really good because it gives us a lot of momentum going into the next round of the playoffs,” Chaminade sophomore forward Trey Dodd said. “We definitely had a goal in mind tonight, and we did it.”

The main goal, it seemed for Chaminade (16-5-3) was to limit the amount of rebounds and second and third chances for the Tigers.

It was a successful plan as Oakville was unable to sustain pressure in the offensive zone and that made it easy for the Red Devils to succeed in transition.

“We cleared out the rebounds well and our goalie (Ellis Burgett) did a good job of controlling his rebounds,” acting Chaminade coach Keith Van Gels said. “Scoring a goal right before the end of the period is huge. It’s a momentum shift. That’s what happened there.”

With just over one minute left in the period, Red Devils sophomore forward Robert Gilleland was in the right place at the right time and he got a shot past Oakville junior goaltender Blake Chapman to open the scoring with 1 minute, 9 seconds left in the period.

With just over two-and-a-half minutes gone in the second period, Dodd gave the Red Devils the 2-0 lead.

“A two-goal lead is better than a one-goal lead, certainly,” Van Gels said. “As they say, though, the two-goal lead is the most dangerous lead in hockey.”

That proved to be true, if for a little while at least.

Just over six minutes later, Oakville (16-7-1) cut the lead in half when Andrew Kovacich slid the puck past Burgett to slice into the lead.

“I think tonight, I wanted to see more effort,” Oakville coach Derek Stephens said. “Sometimes this game can be overcomplicated, but sometimes it can be simple when you just put out the effort.”

With 3:25 left in the second period, Chaminade got the insurance it needed.

That’s the point where sophomore Michael Parisot jammed the puck home for a 3-1 lead and that’s where the score would stay.

Chaminade outshot Oakville 30-22.

With both sides already having advanced to the quarterfinal round Stephens said the loss, obviously, wasn’t the worst thing.

The only thing it might really wind up being is a precursor to some interesting quarterfinal hockey.

“Depending on how the seeds bear out, we could play Chaminade again in the quarterfinals,” Stephens said. “It would be pretty interesting.”

Along with Oakville and Chaminade, CBC and Kirkwood advanced to the quarterfinal round from the Blue Conference.

The quarterfinal matchups and schedules will be announced at a later date.



Read more: http://www.stltoday.com/sports/high-school/hockey/chaminade-tops-oakville-in-opening-round-finale/article_453f16b0-6f52-11e2-b538-001a4bcf6878.html#ixzz2K8Njzb47

 

  • Chaminade stops Kirkwood in Mid-States preliminary round

  • 02/02/2013, 12:34am CST, By By: Jonathan Duncan
  • Just a day after rallying for a tie against defending Challenge Cup Champion CBC, the Chaminade Red Devils found the back of the net early and often its second game of Blue Division play of the preliminary round Mid-States playoffs.
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Dress List for Tuesday, 6/25 and Thursday, 6/27

Please let Coach Hirsch know if you have a conflict. 314-602-2373
 

Dress List for Thursday, 6/27 @ Kirkwood v Priory @ 8:45p

Kern
Burgett

Blake
Carothers
Catt
Hogan
Holtzman
Johnson, M.
Johnson, S.
LoCigno, M.
Parisot
Radetic
Roeder
Schwartz
Trunko
White, A.
Williams
Woolverton
 

Dress List for Tuesday, 6/25 @ Kirkwood v Vianney @ 8:45p

 

Bandera
Blake
Burgett
Carothers
Catt
Hogan
Holtzman
Johnson, M.
Johnson, S.
LoCigno, M.
Parisot
Radetic
Roeder
Schwartz

Schaughnessy
Trunko
White, A.
Williams
Woolverton
Zimmermann

Summer League Roster

Bandera
Behlmann
Blake
Brinkmeyer
Burgett
Campbell
Carothers
Catt
Debus
Dodd
Hogan
Holtzman
Johnson, B.
Johnson, M.
Johnson, S.
Kern
LoCigno, M.
Parisot
Radetic
Roeder
Schwartz
Shapiro
Sheehan
Snodsmith
Trunko
White, A.
Williams
Woolverton
Zimmermann