CHICAGO -- Bob Woods' resume reads like lyrics from the Johnny Cash song, "I've Been Everywhere." Name a place in the United States and chances are Woods has played or coached there.
After a junior hockey career with the Brandon Wheat Kings, Woods went on to play professionally in Utica, New York, then Johnstown and Hershey, Pennsylvania, before moving on to Portland, Maine. Hampton Roads, Virginia, followed, as did stops in Mobile, Alabama, and another hiatus in Hershey before stops in Fort Wayne, Indiana, sandwiched a season in Tallahassee, Florida. His playing career wrapped up with three seasons in Biloxi, Mississippi, a span he spent as a player-coach.