All-time Draft #6 Roster Thread

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  1. God Bless Canada

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    Nobody has created this yet, and now that the draft is underway, it's time to get this thread going. Please remember that this is to be used for rosters. Let's save the trash talk/debate for the official all-time draft thread.
     
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    TRAIL SMOKE EATERS
    1939 and 1961 World Hockey Champions ​
    Coach: Dick Irvin Sr. ​
    Captain: King Clancy​
    Alternates: Trevor Linden, Tim Horton, Ron Francis​


    #27 Frank Mahovlich-#21 Ron Francis-#10 Guy LaFleur
    #19 Toe Blake-#12 Joe Primeau-#22 Rick Tocchet
    #25 Vincent Damphousse-#18 Ralph Backstrom-#15 John MacLean
    #9 Esa Tikkanen-#11 Kirk Muller-#16 Trevor Linden
    #24 Mickey Redmond​


    #3 J.C. Tremblay-#2 Tim Horton
    #7 King Clancy-#8 Terry Harper
    #6 Harry Cameron-#5 Bill Barilko
    #4 Gary Bergman​



    #31 Grant Fuhr
    #1 Lorne Chabot
    #30 Sean Burke​


    Power play:
    Mahovlich-Primeau-Lafleur-Horton-Tremblay
    Blake-Francis-Tocchet-Cameron-Clancy

    Penalty kill:
    Tikkanen-Francis-Horton-Harper
    Muller-Backstrom-Clancy-Barilko
    Damphousse-Linden-Cameron-Tremblay

    Last minute when leading:
    Tikkanen-Francis-Damphousse-Horton-Clancy
    Muller-Backstrom-Linden-Harper-Barilko

    Last minute when trailing:
    Mahovlich-Primeau-Lafleur-Horton-Cameron-Francis

    RW #10 RW Guy LaFleur:
    *Five-time Stanley Cup champion (1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979)
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1988, then launched a three-season comeback.
    *Six-time first team all-star RW (1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980)
    *Three-time Lester B. Pearson winner (1976, 1977, 1978)
    *Three-time Art Ross winner (1976, 1977, 1978)
    *Two-time Hart Trophy winner (1977, 1978)
    *Scored 110 points in 72 post-season games during remarkable six-year peak. Also averaged over 125 points per regular season during his peak.
    *Member of Canada's 1976 Canada Cup-winning entry.
    *Inducted into the Canada Sports HOF in 1996
    *No. 11 on the THN Top 100 list

    LW #27 LW Frank Mahovlich:
    *Six-time Stanley Cup champion (1962, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1971 and 1973)
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1981
    *Calder Trophy winner in 1958
    *Three-time first-team all-star (1961, 1963, 1973)
    *Six-time second-team all-star (1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1970)
    *Member of Team Canada in the 1972 Summit Series
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1990
    *No. 26 on the THN all-time Top-50 list

    D #2 Tim Horton:
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1977
    *Four-time Stanley Cup champion (1962, 1963, 1964, 1967)
    *Set a playoff record for points by a defenceman in the 1962 playoffs
    *At the time of his passing, he was the NHL's all-time leader in games played by a defenceman
    *Considered by many to be among the strongest players in the history of the game, and to be one of the best defensive defencemen ever.
    *Three-time first-team all-star (1964, 1968 and 1969)
    *Three-time second-team all-star (1954, 1963 and 1967)
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports HOF in 2002
    *Founded the Tim Horton's Donuts chain, a business no doubt frequented by many all-time draft GM's.
    *No. 43 on the THN top 100 list.

    D #7 King Clancy:
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1958
    *Three-time Stanley Cup champion (1923, 1927, 1932)
    *Two-time First Team All-Star (1931, 1934)
    *Two-time Second Team All-Star (1932, 1933)
    *Namesake for the NHL's humanitarian service award
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1975
    *No. 52 on the THN top 100 list

    C #21 Ron Francis
    *Two-time Stanley Cup champion (1991 and 1992)
    *Fourth place in the all-time points scoring list
    *Three-time Lady Byng Trophy winner (1995, 1998 and 2002)
    *Won the Selke Trophy in 1995
    *Won the King Clancy Trophy in 2002
    *HHOF-eligible in 2007

    G #31 Grant Fuhr

    *Inducted into the HHOF in 2003
    *Five-time Stanley Cup champion (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1990)
    *Two-time Canada Cup champion (1984 and 1987)
    *Vezina Trophy winner in 1988
    *First-team all-star in 1988
    *Second-team all-star in 1983
    *Jennings Trophy winner in 1994
    *Set NHL an record for games played by a goalie in a season by playing in 79 games (including 76 in a row, also single-season record) in 1995-96
    *No. 70 on the THN top 100 list

    LW #19 Hector "Toe" Blake:
    Career highlights:
    *Three-time Stanley Cup champion (1935, 1944, 1946)
    *Inducted into the HHOF as a player in 1966
    *Hart Trophy winner in 1939
    *Art Ross Trophy winner in 1939
    *Three-time first-team all-star (1939, 1940, 1945)
    *Two-time second-team all-star (1938, 1946)
    *Lady Byng Trophy winner in 1946
    *Played left wing on the famed Punch Line with Elmer Lach and Rocket Richard.
    *Presented the very prestigious Order of Canada in 1982.
    *No. 66 on THN's all-time top 100 list

    D #3 J.C. Tremblay
    *Five-time Stanley Cup champion (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971)
    *NHL Second All-Star Team (1968)
    *NHL First All-Star Team (1971)
    *Led the NHL playoffs in assists in 1965
    *WHA First All-Star Team (1973, 1975, 1976)
    *WHA Second All-Star Team (1974)
    *Dennis Murphy Trophy (Outstanding Defenseman - WHA) (1973, 1975)
    *A key member of the WHA team that played the Soviets in the 1974 series.
    *Captured the 1976 Avco Cup with the Quebec Nordiques

    RW #22 Rick Tocchet:
    *1992 Stanley Cup champion
    *Two-time Canada Cup champion (1987 and 1991)
    *One of the top power forwards of the last 20 years, he continues to be a standard for young power wingers.
    *Finished with at least 40 goals and 150 penalty minutes three times in his career.
    *Had over 400 goals, 950 points and nearly 3,000 PIMs during his career.

    LW #9 Esa Tikkanen:
    *Five-time Stanley Cup champion (1985, 1987, 1988, 1990 and 1995)
    *Multi-time finalist for the Selke
    *Scored over a point-per-game in Stanley Cup victories with Edmonton in 1988 and 1990
    *No. 3 all-time scorer among Finnish players

    C #12 Joe Primeau:

    *Won a Stanley Cup in 1932
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1963
    *Second-team all-star in 1934
    *Lady Byng Trophy winner in 1932
    *One of the top playmaking centres of the NHL's early years, he centred the famed Kid Line with Busher Jackson and Charlie Conacher.
    *No. 92 on THN's Top 100 list

    D #6 Harry Cameron:
    *Three-time Stanley Cup champion (1914, 1918, 1923)
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1962
    *Widely recognized as the first player to curve his shot
    *One of the game's first offensive defencemen, he retired with over a point-per-game in his career

    C/RW #16 Trevor Linden:
    *Scored at over a point-per-game pace in the playoffs for most of his career.
    *Set Canucks' career post-season scoring records by his 24th birthday.
    *Over a point-per-game in Game 7 situations during his career.
    *Two-time Memorial Cup champion (1987 and 1988)
    *1988 WJC gold medallist
    *NHL all-rookie team RW in 1989
    *King Clancy Trophy winner in 1997

    C/LW #11 Kirk Muller:
    *1993 Stanley Cup champion with the Montreal Canadiens
    *Second overall pick in the 1984 Entry Draft, behind Mario Lemieux.
    *Two-time 94-point scorer, he also had 114 PIMs in his first 94-point season.
    *Member of Team NHL in Rendez-Vous 87.
    *Finished his career with over 350 goals, 950 points and 1,200 PIM's.

    D #8 Terry Harper:
    *Five-time Stanley Cup champion (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971)
    *A defensive backbone for the Habs, he was often given the task of shutting down the opposition's top players.
    *Captained the LA Kings and the Detroit Red Wings during the 1970s.
    *Tough with good size, he compiled over 1,300 penalty minutes in an NHL career that spanned three decades.

    C #18 Ralph Backstrom:
    *Six-time Stanley Cup champion (1959, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969)
    *1959 Calder Trophy winner
    *1974 WHA Most Gentlemanly Player
    *Formed a dangerous shutdown line with Claude Provost during the 1960s with the Montreal Canadiens.
    *Centred Gordie and Mark Howe on the WHA team in the 1974 Summit Series.

    Coach Dick Irvin Sr:
    *Four-time Stanley Cup champion coach (1932, 1944, 1946, 1953)
    *Coached in 15 Stanley Cup finals
    *Retired after the 1956 season with 693 regular season coaching wins, a mark that stood for more than a quarter century.
    *A key figure in saving the Montreal Canadiens
    *A legendary player, he was a top player in the Western leagues. In the NHL, he finished second to Bill Cook in the 1927 Art Ross race, and was inducted into the HHOF as a player in 1958.

    C/LW #25 Vincent Damphousse:
    *Won a Stanley Cup in 1993 with Montreal.
    *Left winger on the Oilers Pipe Line in 1991-92.
    *Switched from left wing to centre in 1995-96, and finished in the top five of Selke voting while posting 94 points.
    *Five seasons with at least 89 points
    *Finished his career with over 400 points and over 1,200 points.

    D #5 Bill Barilko:
    *Four-time Stanley Cup champion (1947, 1948, 1949, 1951)
    *Scored the Cup winning goal in overtime in 1951
    *His No. 5 was retired by the Toronto Maple Leafs after he was killed in a plane crash in 1951
    *A tough, physical defenceman who averaged nearly two penalty minutes per game in his career.

    G #1 Lorne Chabot:
    *Two-time Stanley Cup champion (1928 and 1932)
    *Two-time Allan Cup champion (1925 and 1926)
    *1935 First-Team All-Star
    *1935 Vezina Trophy winner
    *Played in the longest game in NHL history in 1936 against the Detroit Red Wings, a game that required six overtime periods.
    *No. 10 in all-time shutouts with 72.

    RW #15 John MacLean:
    *1995 Stanley Cup champion with the New Jersey Devils.
    *Scored the overtime goal in the last game of the 1987-88 regular season that qualified the Devils for the playoffs.
    *A gritty scorer, he finished with over 400 career goals and 1,300 penalty minutes.
    *1983 Memorial Cup tournament all-star
    *Scored 40 goals in three consecutive seasons.

    RW #24 Mickey Redmond:
    *Two-time Stanley Cup champion (1968 and 1969)
    *Member of Team Canada during the 1972 Summit Series
    *First-team all-star in 1973
    *Second-team all-star in 1974
    *His 50-goal season in 1973 was the first in Detroit Red Wings' history.
    *Third player in NHL history to record back-to-back 50-goal seasons.

    D #4 Gary Bergman:
    *Played some of the best hockey of his career to help Canada win the 1972 Summit Series.
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 2005.
    *Co-winner of the 1973 Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award.
    *A solid two-way defenceman who could scored 35 points or more five times. Also tallied over 1,200 PIMs in 800-game career.

    G #30 Sean Burke
    *Two-time World Champion (1997, 2003)
    *1991 Canada Cup champion
    *1991 World Championship all-star
    *Backstopped Canada to its best finish (silver) in 32 years at the 1992 Olympics.
    *Third in Vezina Trophy and fourth in Hart Trophy voting in 2001-02.
    *Brilliant for the Devils in the 1988 playoff run.
     
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    (Trottier Division)​


    Head Coach: Bob Johnson

    Ilya Kovalchuk - (C)Ted Kennedy - Glenn Anderson
    Brian Sutter - (A)Darryl Sittler - (A)Lanny McDonald
    Bob Gainey - Brent Sutter - Claude Provost
    Vic Hadfield - Dave Poulin - Didier Pitre
    Don McKenny

    (A)Pierre Pilote - Butch Bouchard
    Leo Boivin - Babe Pratt
    Babe Siebert - Ted Green
    Jimmy Roberts

    Terry Sawchuk
    Frank Brimsek
    Charlie Hodge

    Trophy Case:

    Stanley Cup (53)
    -Terry Sawchuk, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1967
    -Piere Pilote, 1961
    -Bob Gainey, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1986
    -Ted Kennedy, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949
    -Glenn Anderson, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1994
    -Butch Bouchard, 1944, 1946, 1953, 1956
    -Lanny McDonald, 1989
    -Claude Provost, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969
    -Babe Pratt, 1940, 1945
    -Brent Sutter, 1982, 1983
    -Frank Brimsek, 1939, 1941
    -Babe Siebert, 1926, 1933
    -Ted Green, 1972
    -Didier Pitre, 1916
    -Bob Johnson, 1991
    -Don McKenny, 1964
    -Charlie Hodge, 1965, 1966
    -Jimmy Roberts, 1965, 1966, 1973, 1976, 1977


    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (2)
    -Claude Provost, 1968
    -Lanny McDonald, 1983

    Calder Memorial Trophy (2)
    -Terry Sawchuk, 1951
    -Frank Brimsek, 1939

    Conn Smythe Trophy (7)
    -Bob Gainey, 1979
    -Terry Sawchuk, 1952, 1954 (THN'S Pre 65)
    -Ted Kennedy, 1945, 1947, 1948 (THN'S Pre 65)
    -Pierre Pilote, 1961 (THN'S Pre 65)

    Frank J. Selke Trophy (5)
    -Bob Gainey, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981
    -Dave Poulin, 1987

    Hart Memorial Trophy (3)
    -Ted Kennedy, 1955
    -Babe Pratt, 1945
    -Babe Siebert, 1937

    James Norris Memorial Trophy (3)
    -Pierre Pilote, 1963, 1964, 1965

    Lester Patrick Trophy (1)
    -Terry Sawchuk, 1971

    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1)
    -Don McKenny, 1960

    Maurice Richard Trophy (1)
    -Ilya Kovalchuk, 2004

    Veznia Trophy (8)
    -Terry Sawchuk, 1952, 1953, 1955. 1965
    -Frank Brimsek, 1939, 1942
    -Charlie Hodge, 1964, 1966

    King Clancy Memorial Trophy (2)
    -Lanny MacDonald, 1988
    -Dave Poulin, 1993

    First All-Star Team (18)
    -Terry Sawchuk, 1951, 1952, 1953
    -Pierre Pilote, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967
    -Butch Bouchard, 1945, 1946, 1947
    -Claude Provost, 1965
    -Babe Pratt, 1944
    -Frank Brimsek, 1939, 1942
    -Babe Siebert, 1936, 1937, 1938

    Second All-Star Team (26)
    -Terry Sawchuk, 1954, 1955, 1959, 1963
    -Pierre Pilot, 1960, 0961, 1962
    -Ted Kennedy, 1950, 1951, 1954
    -Butch Bouchard, 1944
    -Darryl Sittler, 1978
    -Babe Pratt, 1945
    -Lanny McDonald, 1977, 1983
    -Ilya Kovalchuk, 2004
    -Frank Brimesk, 1940, 1941, 1943, 1946, 1948
    -Ted Green, 1969
    -Vic Hadfield, 1972
    -Charlie Hodge, 1964, 1965

    Hockey Hall of Fame (13)
    -Terry Sawchuk, 1971
    -Pierre Pilote, 1975
    -Bob Gainey, 1992
    -Ted Kennedy, 1966
    -Butch Bouchard, 1966
    -Darryl Sittler, 1989
    -Lanny McDonald, 1992
    -Babe Pratt, 1966
    -Leo Boivin, 1986
    -Frank Brimsek, 1966
    -Babe Siebert, 1964
    -Didier Pitre, 1962
    -Bob Johnson, 1992
     
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    The Halifax Schooners


    Head Coach: Toe Blake

    Captain: Maurice Richard

    Assistant Captain: Rod Langway

    Assistant Captain: Alex Delvecchio


    Roster
    Delvecchio-Dionne-Richard
    Roberts-Lafontaine-Thomas
    Smith-Federko-Guerin
    Corson-Peca-Steen
    Finnigan

    Coffey-Langway
    Ross-Hatcher
    Burch-Schneider
    Stuart

    Broda
    Joseph
    xxx

    Maurice 'The Rocket' Richard

    - Hart Trophy Winner (1947)
    - First All Star Team (1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1955, and 1956)
    - Second All Star Team (1944, 1951 to 1954, and 1957)
    - Played in All Star Game (1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, and 1959)
    - First player to score 50 goals in a season
    - First Player to Score 50 goals in 50 games
    - First player to score 500 career goals
    - Stanley Cup Champion (1944, 1946, 1953, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, and 1960)
    - 5th Greatest Player of All Time According to The Hockey News
    - 24th all time in career goals (544)

    Paul Coffey
    - Norris Trophy Winner (1985, 1986, 1995)
    - NHL First All Star Team (1985, 1986, 1989, 1995)
    - 2nd A\NHL All Star Team (1982, 1983, 1984, 1990)
    - Played in NHL All Star Game (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996,1997)
    - Stanley Cup Champion (1984, 1985, 1987, 1991)
    - Canada Cup Champion (1984, 1987, 1991)

    Marcel Dionne
    - Art Ross Winner (1980)
    - Lester B. Pearson Winner (1979,1980)
    - Lady Byng Winner (1975, 1977)
    - First Team NHL All Star (1977, 1980)
    - 2nd Team NHL All Star (1979,1981)
    - Played in NHL All Star Game (1975,1976,1977,1978,1980,1981,1983,1985)

    Turk Broda
    - Vezina Trophy Winner (1941, 1948)
    - First Team All Star (1941,1948)
    - 2nd Team All Star (1942)
    - Leafs Record for Wins (301)
    - Leafs Record for Shutouts (62)
    - Stanley Cup Champion (1942, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1951)
    - Played in NHL All Star Game (1947,1948,1949,1950)
     
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    Head Coach: Glen Sather
    Captain: Phil Esposito
    Alternate Captains: Dit Clapper, Dick Duff

    Sweeney Schriner-Phil Esposito-Punch Broadbent
    Markus Naslund-Bill Cowley-Charlie Conacher
    Dick Duff-Norm Ullman-Claude Lemieux
    Nick Metz-Derek Sanderson-Bob Nystrom
    Ken Mosdell

    Dit Clapper-Marcel Pronovost
    Bill Gadsby-Ken Reardon
    Buck Boucher-Joe Hall
    Carol Vadnais

    Ken Dryden
    Eddie Giacomin
    Normie Smith

    Trophy Case:

    Stanley Cup (58)
    Phil Esposito (1970, 1972), Ken Dryden (1971, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979), Charlie Conacher (1932), Dit Clapper (1929, 1939, 1941), Bill Cowley (1939, 1941), Marcel Pronovost (1950, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1967), Sweeney Schriner (1942, 1945), Ken Reardon (1946), Claude Lemieux (1995, 1996, 2000), Bob Nystrom (1980, 1981, 1982, 1983), Punch Broadbent (1920, 1921, 1923, 1926), Buck Boucher (1920, 1921, 1923), Dick Duff (1962, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969), Nick Metz (1942, 1945, 1947, 1948), Joe Hall (1907, 1912, 1913), Derek Sanderson (1970, 1972), Carol Vadnais (1968, 1970), Normie Smith (1936, 1937), Ken Mosdell (1944, 1953, 1956).

    Art Ross Trophy (11)
    Phil Esposito (1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974), Charlie Conacher (1934, 1935), Bill Cowley (1941), Sweeney Schriner (1936, 1937), Punch Broadbent (1922).

    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

    Calder Memorial Trophy (3)
    Ken Dryden (1972), Sweeney Schriner (1935), Derek Sanderson (1968).

    Conn Smythe Trophy (2)
    Ken Dryden (1971), Claude Lemieux (1995).

    Frank J. Selke Trophy

    Hart Memorial Trophy (4)
    Phil Esposito (1969, 1974), Bill Cowley (1941, 1943).

    James Norris Memorial Trophy

    Lester B. Pearson Award (3)
    Phil Esposito (1971, 1974), Markus Naslund (2003).

    Lester Patrick Trophy (1)
    Phil Esposito (1978)

    Lou Marsh Trophy

    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy

    Maurice Richard Trophy

    Vezina Trophy (7)
    Ken Dryden (1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979), Eddie Giacomin (1971), Normie Smith (1937).

    William M. Jennings Trophy

    First All-Star Team (38)
    Phil Esposito (1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974), Ken Dryden (1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979), Charlie Conacher (1934, 1935, 1936), Dit Clapper (1939, 1940, 1941), Bill Gadsby (1956, 1958, 1959), Bill Cowley (1938, 1941, 1943, 1944), Marcel Pronovost (1960, 1961), Sweeney Schriner (1936, 1941), Ken Reardon (1947, 1950), Markus Naslund (2002, 2003, 2004), Norm Ullman (1965), Eddie Giacomin (1967, 1971), Normie Smith (1937), Ken Mosdell (1954).

    Second All-Star Team (24)
    Phil Esposito (1968, 1975), Ken Dryden (1972), Charlie Conacher (1932, 1933), Dit Clapper (1931, 1935, 1941), Bill Gadsby (1953, 1954, 1957, 1965), Bill Cowley (1945), Marcel Pronovost (1958, 1959), Sweeney Schriner (1937), Ken Reardon (1946, 1948, 1949), Norm Ullman (1967), Eddie Giacomin (1968, 1969, 1970), Ken Mosdell (1955).

    Hockey Hall of Fame (12)
    Phil Esposito (1984), Ken Dryden (1983), Charlie Conacher, Dit Clapper, Bill Gadsby, Marcel Pronovost, Sweeney Schriner, Ken Reardon, Punch Broadbent, Buck Boucher, Dick Duff, Joe Hall.
     
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    MONTREAL CANADIENS​

    Coach: Tommy Ivan

    Paul Kariya - Adam Oates - Gordie Howe
    Johnny Bucyk - Doug Gilmour - Peter Bondra
    Dean Prentice - Hooley Smith - Bobby Rousseau
    Ryan Smyth - Doug Risebrough - Stan Smyl
    Brad Richards

    Sprague Cleghorn - Brad Park
    Chris Chelios - Jim Schoenfeld
    Stefan Persson - Charlie Huddy
    Ted Harris

    Johnny Bower
    Gump Worsley
    Mike Liut

    Powerplay
    Paul Kariya - Adam Oates - Gordie Howe - Brad Park - Peter Bondra
    Johnny Bucyk - Doug Gilmour - Dean Prentice - Sprague Cleghorn - Stefan Persson

    Penalty Kill
    Hooley Smith - Bobby Rousseau - Chris Chelios - Jim Schoenfeld
    Dean Prentice - Stan Smyl - Sprague Cleghorn - Brad Park

    #9 RW Gordie Howe
    - Won six Hart trophies (1952, 1953, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1963) and was runner-up once (1959)
    - Won Conn Smythe in 1955 (*awarded retroactively by HHOF)
    - Member of four Stanley-Cup winning teams (1950, 1952, 1954, 1955)
    - Led the league in scoring six times (1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1957, 1963) and was runner-up once (1956)
    - Led the league in goals five times (1951, 1952, 1953, 1957, 1963) and was runner-up five times (1950, 1954, 1956, 1958, 1962)
    - Led the league in assists three times (1951, 1953, 1954)
    - Led the playoffs in points six times (1949, 1952, 1955, 1961, 1963, 1964)
    - Led the playoffs in goals three times (1949, 1955, 1964)
    - First-team all-star a record twelve times (1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1963, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970)
    - Second-team all-star nine times (1949, 1950, 1956, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967)
    - Finished top five in scoring for twenty consecutive seasons
    - Tough, aggressive player who was willing to fight in the corners and stand up for himself and his teammates
    - Strong defensive game

    #7 D Chris Chelios
    - Won three Norris trophies (1989, 1993, 1996) and was runner-up twice (1995, 2002)
    - Won two Stanley Cups (1986, 2002)
    - Five-time member of first all-star team (1989, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2002)
    - Two-time member of second all-star team (1991, 1997)
    - Excellent defensive player; strong on the PK
    - Tough, aggressive style

    # 22 D Brad Park
    - Runner-up for the Norris trophy six times (1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1978), four times to Orr
    - Five-time member of first all-star team (1970, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1978)
    - Two-time member of second all-star team (1971, 1973)
    - Runner-up in defensemen scoring in 1972 and 1974 (to Orr) and 1978 (to Potvin)
    - A complete, physical defenseman who can be used on the PK and PP
    - Team Canada's MVP at 1972 Summit Series

    #1 G Johnny Bower
    - Won Conn Smythe in 1963 (*awarded retroactively by HHOF)
    - Member of four Stanley Cup-winning teams (starting goalie on three of them) (1962, 1963, 1964, 1967)
    - One-time first-team all-star (1961)
    - Led league in save percentage five times (1960, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1966) and goals-against average four times (1961, 1964, 1965, 1966)
    - Led playoffs in save percentage three times (1962, 1963, 1964) and goals-against average three times (1962, 1963, 1964)

    #9 LW John Bucyk
    - Third in playoff scoring three times (1970, 1972 and 1974)
    - Member of two Stanley Cup-winning teams (1970 and 1972)
    - First-team all-star (1971)
    - Second-team all-star (1968)
    - Top-ten scorer six times (peaking at 3rd in the league in 1971)
    - A hard hitter, though good at avoiding penalties

    #12 C Adam Oates
    - Finished third for Art Ross trophy three times (1991, 1993, 1994)
    - Led the league in assists three times (1993, 2001 and 2002) and was runner-up twice (1991 and 2000)
    - Finished top five in assists ten times in thirteen seasons
    - Second-team all-star once (1991)
    - Excellent at winning faceoffs

    #93 C Doug Gilmour
    - Runner-up to Lemieux for the Hart Trophy (1993)
    - Led playoffs in scoring (1986); runner-up to Gretzky in 1993
    - Won the Selke trophy (1993) and was runner-up once (1994)
    - Excellent two-way player
    - Runner-up in assists twice (1993 and 1994)

    #9 LW Paul Kariya
    - Three-time first-team all-star (1996, 1997, 1999)
    - Two-time second-team all-star (2000, 2003)
    - Hart Trophy runner-up (1997)
    - Finished in the top four in scoring three times (1997, 1999, 2000)

    #3 D Sprague Cleghorn
    - Member of three Stanley-Cup winning teams (1920, 1921, 1924)
    - Runner-up for the Hart trophy twice (1924, 1926)
    - Finished third and fourth in playoff scoring (1924, 1921)
    - Runner-up in assists (1919)
    - One of the nastiest and most violent players in NHL history; the Canadiens owner described his actions as "befitting an animal"
    - Known for end-to-end rushes and strong defensive play

    #12 RW Peter Bondra
    - Lead league in goals twice (1995, 1998)
    - Top-ten goal-scorer six times
    - Was one of the fastest skaters in the NHL in his prime, and had a great wrist and slapshot
    - Threat to score goals on the power play and penalty kill

    #17 LW Dean Prentice
    - Second-team all-star in 1960
    - Excellent defensive play, strong on the PK
    - Durable and consistent

    #12 RW Stan Smyl
    - Excellent two-way player, good on the PK
    - Strong leadership
    - Helped bring the Canucks to Cup Finals in 1982

    #26 D Jim Schoenfeld
    - Elite defensive blueliner
    - Excellent at killing penalties and blocking shots
    - Aggressive hitter and fighter
    - Third in Norris voting in 1980
    - Second-team all-star in 1980

    #7 D Stefan Persson
    - Member of four Stanley Cup-winning teams
    - Good defensive player with solid playmaking ability

    #22 D Charlie Huddy
    - Member of five Stanley Cup-winning teams
    - Good defensively, and knew when to join the rush
    - Steady and dependable

    #8 C Doug Risebrough
    - Member of four Stanley-Cup winning teams
    - Good checker and fighter; stood up for teammates
    - Excellent pest who distracted opponents' top players

    Coach Tommy Ivan
    - Coached Detroit to Stanley Cup victories in 1950, 1952, 1954
    - Former scout and Army sergeant
    - Excellent at assessing talented and assembling lines
    - Effective use of third and fourth line players

    #?? C Reg "Hooley" Smith
    - Member of two Stanley Cup-winning teams (1927, 1935)
    - Runner-up for the Hart Trophy in 1936 (to Eddie Shore); also a finalist in 1926
    - Finished fourth for the Art Ross twice (1933 and 1936); in the top ten six times
    - Top ten in assists six times
    - First-team all-star once (1936); second-team all-star once (1932)
    - An excellent checker, fighter and defensive player

    #94 LW Ryan Smyth
    - Gritty, two-way forward
    - Good scoring touch, solid defensively

    #1 G Gump Worsley
    - Member of four Stanley-Cup winning teams (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969)
    - Earned a spot on two year-end all-star teams (1966, 1968)
    - Won two Vezina trophies (1966, 1968)
    - Showed willlingness to split games with starter, or be a backup, when necessary

    #15 RW Bobby Rousseau
    - Member of four Stanley-Cup winning teams (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969)
    - Placed third and fourth in playoff scoring (1965, 1972)
    - Runner-up for the Art Rosss (1966)
    - Second-team all-star (1966)
    - Excellent defensive player and penalty-killer

    #19 C Brad Richards
    - Member of one Stanley-Cup winning team (2004)
    - Won the Conn Smythe (2004)
    - Finished 4th, 6th and 5th in assists the past three seasons

    #?? D Ted Harris
    - Member of four Stanley-Cup winning teams (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969)
    - Second-team all-star and Norris candidate (1969)
    - Tough, physical, defensesive blueliner

    #1 G Mike Liut
    - Finalist for the Hart Trophy in 1981 (second to Gretkzy) and 1987 (third to Gretzky and Bourque)
    - First-team all-star in 1981
    - Vezina runner-up and second-team all-star in 1987
     
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  7. Evil Speaker

    Evil Speaker Registered

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    Busher Jackson - Joe Thornton - Andy Bathgate (A)
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    Bob Pulford - Mike Modano - Herbie Lewis
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    #4 Bobby Orr
    ~ Inducted into the HHOF in 1979
    ~ Two-time Stanley Cup Champion (1970, 1972) where he scored both Cup winning goals
    ~ Two-time Conne Smythe Trophy Winner (1970, 1972)
    ~ Led the 1972 playoffs in points
    ~ Won three consecutive Hart trophies (1970, 1971, 1972)
    ~ Winner of Lester B. Person Award (1975)
    ~ Captured eight consecutive Norris trophies (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975)
    ~ Won two Art Ross trophies (1970, 1975)
    ~ Calder Trophy winner (1967)
    ~ NHL plus-minus leader six times (1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975)
    ~ First All-Star Team in eight consecutive seasons (1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975)
    ~ Second All-Star Team selection (1967)


    #15 Milt Schmidt
    ~ Inducted into the HHOF in 1961
    ~ Two-time Stanley Cup champion (1939, 1941)
    ~ Led the 1941 playoffs in points
    ~ Hart trophy winner (1951)
    ~ Art Ross Trophy winner (1940)
    ~ First All-Star Team Center thrice (1940, 1947, 1951)
    ~ Second All-Star Team Center (1952)


    #1 Bill Durnan
    ~ Inducted into the HHOF in 1964
    ~ Two-time Stanley Cup champion (1944, 1946)
    ~ Six Vezina trophies in seven years (1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950)
    ~ First All-Star Team goalie six times (1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950)
    ~ Set a modern league record with a shutout streak that lasted 309 minutes
    ~ Was the first rookie goaltender to win the Vezina
     
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    Era:Early 1990's -Early 2000's
    Seasons:12
    WJC-A All-Star Team 89
    Named Best Forward at WJC-A Award 89
    Soviet National League Rookie of the Year Award 89
    Calder Memorial Trophy 92
    NHL First All-Star Team 94
    NHL Second All-Star Team 00,01
    Played in NHL All-Star Game 93,94,97,98,00,01
    Best Forward at Olympic Games 98
    Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy 00, 01
    Five 50 goal + seasons
    Two 100 point seasons
    Best Season:110 points
    RS- 702 437 342 779
    PO- 64 35 35 70
    Stanley Cups:made the finals once
    HOF Inducted:eligible
    Franchise Sniper/Offensive Wizard

    #7 Bill Barber LW
    Era:early 70's mid 80's
    Seasons: 12
    First All-Star Team Left Wing (1976)
    Jack Adams Award (2001)
    Second All-Star Team Left Wing (1979, 1981)
    Twelve 20+ goal seasons
    Four- 30+ goal seasons
    Four 40+ goal seasons
    One 50+ goal seasons
    One 100 point season
    Best season 112 points
    RS-903 420 463 883
    PO-129 53 55 108
    Stanley Cups:2
    HOF Inducted:1990.
    Power Forward/Sniper

    #44 Todd Bertuzzi,LW
    Era: 1990's-2000
    Seasons: 11
    NHL First All-Star Team (2003)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (2003, 2004)
    Five 20+ goal seasons
    One 30+ goal seasons
    One 40+ goal seasons
    Best Season 97 points
    RS 710 223 306 529
    PO 24 6 8 14
    Cups: no cups
    Hof: Still active
    Power Forward

    #66 Mario Lemieux
    Era -1984 -2005
    Seasons 18
    Art Ross Trophy (1988, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997)
    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (1993)
    Calder Memorial Trophy (1985)
    Conn Smythe Trophy (1991, 1992)
    First All-Star Team Centre (1988, 1989, 1993, 1996, 1997)
    Hart Memorial Trophy (1988, 1993, 1996)
    Lester B. Pearson Award (1986, 1988, 1993, 1996)
    Second All-Star Team Centre (1986, 1987, 1992, 2001)
    Twenty plus seasons- 12
    Thirty plus seasons - 11
    Forty plus seasons - 10
    Fifty plus seasons -6
    Sixty plus seasons -6 One 70 + goal season One eight plus goal season
    Best Season 199 points
    Regular Season 915 690 1033 1723
    PlayOff Totals 107 76 96 172
    Stanley Cups 2
    HOF Inducted:1997
    World Wide Hall of Fame
    THN's all-time list 4
    Franchise Center/ Offensive Wizard

    #8 Mark Recchi
    #13 Mats Sundin
    #10 George Armstrong
    # 8 Joe Klukay
    #14 Dave Keon
    #6 Ron Ellis
    #44 Todd Bertuzzi


    #5 Nik Lidstrom,D
    Era: Early 1990's mid 2000's
    Seasons: 13
    NHL All-Rookie Team (1992)
    NHL First All-Star Team (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game 96,98,99,00,01,02,03,04
    James Norris Memorial Trophy (2001, 2002, 2003)
    Conn Smythe Trophy (2002)
    One season 20+ goals
    Six +/- 20+ seasons
    Ten 50 point seasons
    Best Season 80 points
    RS 1096 189 617 806
    PO 174 35 83 118
    Stanley Cups:3
    HOF Inducted:still active
    Franchise Defenceman/Offensive Defenceman

    #21 Bobby Baun,D
    Era: Mids 50's to mid 70's
    Seasons: 18
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1968)
    Best season 20 points
    RS 964 37 187 224
    PO 96 3 12 15
    Stanley Cups:4
    HOF Inductedverlooked.
    With the exception of 1972 Team Canada hero Paul Henderson, there is perhaps no other professional hockey player who has become as well known for his exploits in just a single game as Robert Neil "Bob" Baun.
    Defensive Defenceman


    #4 Scott Stevens
    #20 Lennart Svedberg
    #20 Gary Suter
    #2 Bob Goldham
    #24 Robert Svehla

    #20 Ed Belfour

    # 35 Tom Barrasso,G
    Era: mid 1980's to mid 2000's
    Seasons: 19
    NHL All-Rookie Team (1984)
    NHL First All-Star Team (1984)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (1985)
    NHL Second All-Star Team (1985, 1993)
    Calder Memorial Trophy (1984)
    Vezina Trophy (1984)
    Shared William M. Jennings Trophy (1985) with Bob Sauve
    Ten 20+ win seasons
    One 30+ win season
    One 40+ win season
    RS 777 369 277 86 38 3.23
    PO 119 61 54 6 3.01
    Stanley Cups:2
    HOF Inducted:eligible
    Franchise Goalie


    Conn Smythe Trophy
    Art Ross Trophy
    Norris Trophy
    Hart Memorial Trophy
    Vezina Trophy
    William M. Jennings Trophy
    Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy
    Frank J. Selke Trophy
    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
    King Clancy Memorial Trophy
    Lester B. Pearson
    Lester Patrick Trophy
    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
    Calder Memorial Trophy
    Hobey Baker Memorial Award
    Players are still active-
    Recently retired:
    Possible HO's
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    Non NHLers-
    Stanley Cup Winners
    Players with at least one 100 point season


     
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    Captain: Yzerman
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    Assistant: Bobrov

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    PP1:Valery Kharlamov - Vladimir Petrov - Boris Mikhailov(A)
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    PK1: Rick MacLeish - Frank Nighbor
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    PK2: Edgar Laprade - Larry Aurie
    Denis Potvin - Red Kelly
     
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  10. kruezer

    kruezer Registered User

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  11. VanIslander

    VanIslander Don't waste my time

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    coach: Scotty Bowman

    Valeri Kamensky - Wayne Gretzky (C) - Jari Kurri
    Brendan Shanahan - Jeremy Roenick - Steve Larmer
    Brian Propp - Pierre Turgeon - Jere Lehtinen
    Adam Graves - Guy Carbonneau (A) - Joel Otto
    Tiger Williams


    Valeri Vasiliev - Al MacInnis (A)
    Mike Ramsey - Jan Suchy
    Victor Kuzkin - Vitaly Davydov
    Nikolai Sologubov

    Mike Vernon
    John Vanbiesbrouck
    George Hainsworth

    Note: Hainsworth backstopped the team to first place in the Jim Robson division at the end of the regular season, but Vernon has the reliable levelheaded playoff calmness to get the job done in the playoffs.

    captain: Gretzky
    alternate: MacInnis
    alternate: Carbonneau

    top powerplay unit: Shanahan, Gretzky, Kurri, MacInnis, Suchy

    top penalty kill unit: Carbonneau, Lehtinen, Vasiliev, Ramsey

    Notes:

    - A Bowman coaching tactic: When the Mountaineers have the lead, Carbonneau joins Propp and Lehtinen on the third line and they'd then see second line minutes; Propp was talented offensively (425 NHL goals, 1004 pts in 1016 games) as well as defensively and so could be promoted to the top line depending on the opponent.

    - Victor Kuzkin & Vitaly Davydov "was arguably the best blueline pairing in Soviet hockey history"
     
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  12. hockeyfan125

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    Roster:
    Syd Howe - Stan Mikita - Yvon Cournoyer
    Gordie Drillon - Kent Nilsson - Teemu Selanne
    Marty Pavelich - Peter Forsberg - Milan Hejduk
    Stan Jonathan - Duke Keats - Terry O'Reilly
    Dave Semenko

    Borje Salming - Adam Foote
    Ching Johnson - Sergei Zubov
    Vladimir Konstantinov - Barry Beck
    Reed Larson

    Dominik Hasek
    Chuck Rayner
    Ron Hextall

    Coach:
    Fred Shero

    Player Bios:


    Stan Mikita
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    Hart Memorial Trophy - 2 (1967, 1968)
    Lester B. Pearson Trophy - 1 (1976)
    Lady Byng Trophy - 2 (1967, 1968)
    Stanley Cup - 1 (1961)
    "One of the most clever and successful forwards in league history, Stan "Stosh" Mikita won awards in numbers not seen again until Wayne Gretzky arrived in the NHL. A slick playmaker with a gifted scoring touch, Mikita had a career that spanned four decades, from the late 1950s until 1980. His longevity and consistency were nearly as impressive as his raw talent and left him near the top of a number of NHL categories when he retired after 22 seasons."

    Gordie Drillon
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    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1938)
    League Scoring Champion (1938)
    First All-Star Team - Left Wing (1938, 1939)
    Second All-Star Team Left Wing (1942)
    Stanley Cup Champion (1942)
    "Drillon's strong frame made it difficult for opposing defensemen to clear him from the front of the net. Drillon was able to securely park himself in front of the opposing netminder to re-direct shots or pick up rebounds. This style of play would earn him a league scoring title in 1937-38. Future stars such as Phil Esposito, Dino Ciccarelli and Dave Andreychuk emulated his innovative style with great success."

    Yvan Cournoyer
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    10 Time Cup Champion
    Conn Smythe Winner (1973)
    6 Time NHL All-Star
    Number Retired by Montreal (12)
    "By the time he was an 18-year-old star with the Montreal Junior Canadiens, Cournoyer's legs were so muscular that his pants had to be specially tailored to fit his legs. He constantly practised his shot using a lead puck that weighed more than four pounds and was soon known for his quick and heavy wrist shot."
     
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  13. BM67

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    Vladimir Lutchenko – 6’1”, 205 lbs, Shoots: left
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    Mickey MacKay - 5'9", 162 lbs, Shoots: left
    Hap Holmes – 5’10”, 170 lbs, Catches: left
     
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  14. shawnmullin

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    Coach: John Muckler
    Captain: Raymond Bourque
    Alternates: Hap Day and Craig MacTavish

    (1A) Michel Goulet-Peter Stastny-Alexander Mogilny
    (1B) Joe Malone-Dale Hawerchuck-Rick Vaive
    Alexander Ovechkin-Bernie Nicholls-HÃ¥kan Loob
    Dirk Graham-Craig MacTavish-Scott Mellanby
    Duane Sutter

    Raymond Bourque-Randy Carlyle
    Hap Day-Larry Murphy
    Craig Hartsburg-James Patrick
    Wade Redden

    Vladislav Tretiak
    Harry Lumley
    Bill Ranford

    View attachment 17836

    Trophy Case:

    Stanley Cup(27)
    -Raymond Bourque, 2001
    -Joe Malone, 1912, 1913, 1924
    -Larry Murphy, 1991, 1992, 1997, 1998
    -Alexandre Mogilny, 2000
    -Craig MacTavish, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1994
    -Hap Day, 1932
    -HÃ¥kan Loob, 1989
    -Harry Lumley, 1950
    -Bill Ranford, 1988, 1990
    -Duane Sutter, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983
    -John Muckler (Assistant, Co-Coach and Coach), 1984, 1985, 1987 1988, 1990

    Art Ross Trophy(2)
    -Joe Malone, 1918, 1920

    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

    Calder Memorial Trophy(3)
    -Raymond Bourque, 1980
    -Peter Stastny, 1981
    -Alexander Ovechkin, 2006

    Conn Smythe Trophy(1)
    -Bill Ranford, 1990

    Frank J. Selke Trophy(1)
    -Dirk Graham, 1991

    Hart Memorial Trophy

    James Norris Memorial Trophy(6)
    -Raymond Bourque, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1994
    -Randy Carlyle, 1981

    Lester B. Pearson Award

    Lester Patrick Trophy(1)
    -Raymond Bourque (2003)

    Lou Marsh Trophy

    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy(1)
    -Alexander Mogilny (2003)

    Maurice Richard Trophy

    King Clancy Memorial Trophy(1)
    -Raymond Bourque, 1992

    Veznia Trophy

    William M. Jennings Trophy

    First All-Star Team(19)
    -Raymond Bourque, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 2001
    -Michel Goulet, 1984, 1986, 1987
    -Randy Carlyle, 1981
    -Alexander Ovechkin, 2006
    -HÃ¥kan Loob, 1987

    Second All-Star Team(13)
    -Raymond Bourque, 1981, 1983, 1986, 1989, 1995, 1999
    -Larry Murphy, 1987, 1993, 1995
    -Michel Goulet, 1983, 1988
    -Alexandre Mogilny, 1993, 1996

    Hockey Hall of Fame(7)
    -Raymond Bourque, 2004
    -Larry Murphy, 2004
    -Dale Hawerchuck, 2001
    -Peter Stastny, 1998
    -Michel Goulet, 1998
    -Vladislav Tretiak, 1989
    -Joe Malone, 1950
    -Harry Lumley, 1980

    Future NHL Head Coaches
    -Hap Day
    -Craig MacTavish
    -Craig Hartsburg
    -Randy Carlyle
     
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    Mike Bossy 4 Cups
    2 time leader of the NHL in goals
    Calder Memorial Trophy (1978)
    Conn Smythe Trophy (1982)
    First All-Star Team Right Wing (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986)
    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1983, 1984, 1986)
    Second All-Star Team Right Wing (1978, 1979, 1985)


    Bryan Trottier C 4 Cups
    Art Ross Trophy (1979)
    Calder Memorial Trophy (1976)
    Conn Smythe Trophy (1980)
    First All-Star Team Centre (1978, 1979)
    Hart Memorial Trophy (1979)
    King Clancy Memorial Trophy (1989)
    Second All-Star Team Centre (1982, 1984)


    Glenn Hall 1 Cup
    Calder Memorial Trophy (1956)
    Conn Smythe Trophy (1968)
    First All-Star Team Goalie (1957, 1958, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1969)
    Second All-Star Team Goalie (1956, 1961, 1962, 1967)
    Vezina Trophy (1963, 1967, 1969)


    Jacques Laperriere A 6 Cups
    Calder Memorial Trophy (1964)
    First All-Star Team Defense (1965, 1966)
    James Norris Memorial Trophy (1966)
    Second All-Star Team Defense (1964, 1970)


    Bill Quackenbush 0 Cup
    First All-Star Team Defense (1948, 1949, 1951)
    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1949)
    Second All-Star Team Defense (1947, 1953)


    Patrick Elias 2 Cups
    NHL All-Rookie Team (1998)
    NHL First All-Star Team (2001)
    Bud Light Plus/Minus Award (2001)


    Clark Gillies 4 Cups
    First All-Star Team Left Wing (1978, 1979)


    Jarome Iginla 0 Cups
    NHL All-Rookie Team (1997)
    NHL First All-Star Team (2002)
    Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (2002)
    Art Ross Trophy (2002)
    Lester B. Pearson Award (2002) NHL Second All-Star Team (2004)
    King Clancy Memorial Trophy (2004)
    Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (2004)


    Al Arbour 4 Cups

    Eric Desjardins 1 Cup
    NHL Second All-Star Team (1999, 2000)


    Dale Hunter 0 Cups
     
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  16. reckoning

    reckoning Registered User

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    Head Coach: Jacques Lemaire


    Ted Lindsay - Syl Apps - Bernie Geoffrion
    Aurel Joliat - Denis Savard - Rick Middleton
    Mats Naslund - Jacques Lemaire - Jim Pappin
    Don Marcotte - Neal Broten - Jamie Langenbrunner
    Tod Sloan

    Chris Pronger - Serge Savard
    Cyclone Taylor - Brad McCrimmon
    Phil Housely - Jimmy Thomson
    Keith Magnuson


    Georges Vezina
    Rogie Vachon
    Chico Resch​

    Captain: Ted Lindsay
    Alternates: Syl Apps, Serge Savard

    Power Play:

    Lindsay - Savard - Geoffrion
    Taylor - Housely

    Penalty Killing:

    Marcotte - Lemaire
    McCrimmon - Savard

    Biggest Player: Chris Pronger
    Smallest Player: Aurel Joliat
    Best Shot: Bernie Geoffrion
    Best Passer: Cyclone Taylor
    Best Stickhandler: Denis Savard
    Best Skater: Cyclone Taylor
    Best Defensive Forward: Don Marcotte
    Best Defensive Defenceman: Brad McCrimmon
    Strongest Player: Chris Pronger
    Toughest Player: Ted Lindsay
    Best Fighter: Keith Magnuson
    Dirtiest Player: Ted Lindsay
    Cleanest Player: Syl Apps
    Most Consistent: Serge Savard
    Smartest Player: Ted Lindsay
     
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  17. Saskatoon Blues
    COACH- Ted Nolan
    Cecil Dye-Jean Beliveau-Newsy Lalonde
    Butch Goring-Nels Stewart-Reggie Leach
    Rod Brind'Amour-Doug Jarvis-John Madden
    Bun Cook-Bob Bourne-Anton Stastny
    Marian Stastny

    Viacheslav Fetisov-Guy Lapointe
    Harry Howell-Al Iafrate
    Rob Ramage-Barclay Plager
    Kevin Hatcher

    Bernie Parent
    Mike Richter
    Chris Osgood

    Jean Beliveau-#10- Center
    NHL First All-Star Team- 6 (1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1961)
    NHL Second All-Star Team- 5 (1958, 1964, 1966, 1969)
    Hart Trophy- 2 (1956, 1964)
    Art Ross Trophy- 1 (1956)
    Conn Smythe- 1 (1965)
    Stanley Cup- 10 (1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971)

    Newsy Lalonde-Center
    PCHA First All-Star Team- 1 (1912)
    WCHL First All-Star Team- 1 (1924)
    NHL Scoring Leader- 2 (1919, 1921)
    Won Stanley Cup- 1 (1916)

    Nels Stewart-Center
    Hart Trophy- 2 (1926, 1930)
    NHL Scoring Leader- 1 (1926)
    Stanley Cup- 1 (1926)

    Cecil ''Babe'' Dye-Right Wing
    NHL Scoring Leader- 2 (1923, 1925)
    Won Stanley Cup- 1 (1922)

    Butch Goring-Center
    Conn Smythe- 1 (1981)
    Lady Byng- 1 (1978)
    Bill Masterton- 1 (1978)
    Stanley Cup- 4 (1980, 1981, 1982, 1983)

    Rod Brind'Amour-Center/Wing
    World Cup- 1994
    Stanley Cup- 1 (2006)
    Selke- 1 (2006)

    Doug Jarvis-Center
    Selke- 1 (1984)
    Bill Masterton- 1 (1987)
    Stanley Cup- 4 (1976, 1977, 1978, 1979)

    Viacheslav Fetisov-Defence
    Named best Dman at WEC- 5 (1978, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1989)
    Olympic Gold Medal- 2 (1984, 1988)
    Won WEC- 7 (1978, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1989, 1990)
    Stanley Cup- 2 (1997, 1998)
    Canada Cup- 1 (1981)
    USSR Champion- 13 (1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989)

    Guy Lapointe-Defence
    NHL First All-Star Team- 1 (1973)
    NHL Second All-Star Team- 3 (1975, 1976, 1977)
    Stanley Cup- 6 (1971, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979)
    Canada Cup- 1 (1976)

    Harry Howell-Defence
    NHL First All-Star Team- 1 (1967)
    Norris Trophy- 1 (1967)

    Bernie Parent-Goalie
    NHL First All-Star Team- 2 (1974, 1975)
    WHA Second All-Star Team- 1 (1973)
    Vezina- 2 (1974, 1975)
    Conn Smythe- 2 (1974,1975)
    Stanley Cup- 2 (1974,1975)

    Reggie Leach-Right Wing
    NHL Second All-Star Team- 1 (1976)
    Conn Smythe- 1 (1976)
    Stanley Cup- 2 (1975, 1976)
    Canada Cup- 1 (1976)

    Bob Bourne-Center
    Bill Masterton Trophy- (1988)
    Stanley Cup- 4 (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984)
    Canada Cup- 1 (1984)

    Bun Cook-Left Wing
    NHL Second All-Star Team- 1 (1931)
    Stanley Cup- 2 (1928, 1933)

    Anton Stastny-Forward

    Marian Stastny-Forward

    John Madden-Left Wing
    Frank J. Selke- 1 (2001)
    Stanley Cup- 2 (2000, 2003)

    Al Iafrate-Defence

    Rob Ramage-Defence
    Max Kaminsky Trophy- 1978
    Stanley Cup- 1 (1993)

    Barclay Plager-Defence
    Most Valuable Dman Award- 1 (1964)
    Tommy Ivan Award- 1 (1977)

    Kevin Hatcher- Defence

    Mike Richter-Goalie
    Stanley Cup- 1 (1994)
    World Cup- 1 (1996)

    Chris Osgood-Goalie
    William M. Jennings 1 (1996)
    Stanley Cup- 2 (1997, 1998)
     
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  18. Frightened Inmate #2

    Frightened Inmate #2 Registered User

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    Coach:?????????
    Building: Olympic Saddledome
    Captain: Messier
    Alternate Captains: Larionov, Hlinka

    Krutov - Larionov - Makarov
    Tkachuk - Messier - Fleury
    LeClair - Lindros - St. Louis
    J. Holik - Hlinka - Linseman
    McGee

    Smith - Blake
    Pospisil - Chara
    Ozolinch - Samuelsson
    Gonchar

    Plante
    Esposito
    McLean

    5 Man PP1
    Krutov - Larionov - Makarov
    Ozolinch - Blake

    5 Man PP2
    Messier - Lindros - Fleury
    Gonchar - Chara

    4 Man PP1
    Larionov - Makarov
    Ozolinch - Blake

    4 Man PP2
    Messier - Lindros
    Gonchar - Chara

    4 Man PK1
    Larionov - Holik
    Smith - Chara

    4 Man PK2
    Messier - Linseman
    Pospisil - Samuelsson

    3 Man PK1
    Larionov
    Smith - Chara

    3 Man PK2
    Messier
    Pospisil - Samuelsson

    #11 Mark "Moose" Messier - 6 Cups C/LW
    Conn Smythe Trophy (1984)
    Hart Memorial Trophy (1989-90, 1991-92)
    Lester B. Pearson Trophy (1989-90, 1991-92)
    Stanley Cup Champion (Six Times)
    First All Star Left Wing (1981-82, 1982-83)
    First All Star Center (1989-90, 1991-92)
    Played in NHL All Star Game (1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000 and 2004)
    Ranked number 12 on The Hockey News' list of the 100 Greatest Hockey Players.
    Second in All Time Points Scored
    Seventh in All Time Goals Scored
    Second in All Time Playoff Points
    Third in All Time Assists

    #8 Igor "The Professor" Larionov - 3 Cups - C
    USSR First All-Star Team (1983, 1986, 1987, 1988)
    WEC-A All-Star Team (1983, 1986)
    USSR Player of the Year (1988) Played in NHL All-Star Game (1998)

    #24 Sergei Makarov - 0 Cups - RW
    USSR First All-Star Team (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988)
    Izvestia Trophy (USSR's leading scorer (1980, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989)
    USSR Player of the Year (1980, 1985, 1989)
    Canada Cup All-Star Team (1984)
    NHL All-Rookie Team (1990)
    Calder Memorial Trophy (1990)

    #9 Vladimir "The Tank" Krutov - 0 Cups - LW

    Two times World Junior Champion
    Two times World Junior All-Star
    Two times named best forward in the World Junior Championships
    Two Olympic gold medals
    Five times World Champion
    Two times named best forward in the World Championships
    Four times World Championship All-Star
    Best World Championship scorer
    Canada Cup winner
    Canada Cup All-Star
    11 times Soviet league Champion
    Seven times Soviet league first All-Star
    Soviet player of the year

    #88 Eric Lindros "The Big E" - 0 Cups - C
    Hart Memorial Trophy (1994-95)
    Lester B. Pearson Trophy (1994-95)
    NHL All-Rookie Team - 1993
    Played in 6 All-Star Games - 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
    Olympic Gold Medalist (2002)
    NHL First All-Star Team (1995)
    NHL Second All-Star Team (1996)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000)

    #10 John LeClair - LW
    NHL First All-Star Team (1995, 1998)
    NHL Second All-Star Team (1996, 1997, 1999)
    World Cup All-Star Team (1996)
    Bud Ice Plus/Minus Award (1997)
    Bud Light Plus/Minus Award (1999)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000)
    Olympic Silver Medal (2002)
    World Cup of Hockey Champion (1996)

    #7 Keith "Walt" Tkachuk - LW/C
    NHL Second All-Star Team (1995, 1998)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (1997, 1998, 1999, 2004)
    Olympic Silver Medal (2002)
    World Cup of Hockey Champion (1996)

    #14 Theoren "Theo" Fleury
    - RW
    NHL Second All-Star Team (1995)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (1991, 1992, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001)
    Olympic Gold Medal (2002)
    World Cup of Hockey Silver Medal (1996)

    #13 Ken "The Rat" Linseman
    - RW
    256 Regular Season Goals
    551 Regular Season Assists
    43 Playoff Goals
    77 Playoff Assists
    Stanley Cup Winning Goal 1984

    #21 Ivan Hlinka - C
    Czechoslovakian Player of the Year (1978)
    WEC-A All-Star Team (1978)
    Olympic Bronze Medal (1972)
    Olympic Silver Medal (1976)
    World Championship Gold Medal (1972, 1976 and 1977)

    #20 Jiri Holik - LW
    IIHF Hall of Fame (1999)
    Olympic Silver Medal (1968, 1976)
    Olympic Bronze Medal (1964, 1972)

    #26 Martin St. Louis - RW
    Hart Trophy (2004)
    Art Ross Memorial Trophy (2004)
    Stanley Cup Champion (2004)
    First All Star Team (2004)

    #16 Frank "One eyed" McGee - C/R

    #4 Rob Blake - 1 Cup - D
    Named Best Defenseman at Olympic Games (1998)
    NHL First All-Star Team (1998)
    James Norris Memorial Trophy (1998)
    NHL Second All-Star Team (2000, 2001, 2002) Played in NHL All-Star Game (1994, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)
    NHL All-Rookie Team (1991)

    #5 Ulf Samuelsson - D - Stanley Cup 2 (1990, 1991)
    Canada Cup Participant (1990)
    Olympic Participant (1998)

    #5 Steve Smith - D - Stanley Cup 3 (1987, 1988, 1990)
    Canada Cup Champion (1990)

    #33 Zdeno Chara - D
    Olympic Participant (2006)
    Finalist for Norris Trophy (2003-04, 2005-06)

    #7 Frantisek Pospisil - D

    #55 Sergei Gonchar - D

    Sandis Ozolinch - D
    First All Star Team (1997)

    #1 Jacques "Jake the Snake" Plante - 6 Cups - G
    Hart Memorial Trophy (1961-62)
    Vezina Trophy (1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-60, 1961-62 and 1968-69)
    NHL First Team All-Star (1956, 1959 and 1962)
    Second Team All-Star (1957, 1958, 1960 and 1971)
    All-Star games (1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1969 and 1970)
    Number 13 on The Hockey News' list of the 100 Greatest Hockey Players
    Retired second in league history in goaltender wins (currently third), fourth in shutouts and fourth in games played (currently eighth).

    #35 Tony "Tony O" Esposito - 1 Cup - G
    Vezina Trophy (1969-70, 1971-72 and 1973-74)
    Calder Memorial Trophy (1969-70)
    NHL First All Star Team (1969-70, 1971-72, 1979-80)
    NHL Second All Star Team (1972-73, 1973-74)
    Ranked number 79 on The Hockey News' list of the 100 Greatest Hockey Players
    Holds modern day record for shutouts in a single season.

    #30 Kirk "Captain Kirk" McLean
    - G
    Runner up Vezina Trophy 1992
    Vancouver Canucks all-time record for most games played by a goaltender (516).
    Vancouver Canucks all-time record for most wins (211).
    Vancouver Canucks all-time record for most shutouts (20).

    I might not have the best team this draft (but at the very least I think I have some of the best nicknames.
     
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  19. raleh

    raleh Registered User

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    Coach: Anatoli Tarasov
    Captain: Doug Harvey
    Alternates: Elmer Lach, Wayne Cashman

    Dickie Moore - Elmer Lach - Jaromir Jagr
    Steve Shutt - Jean Ratelle - Ace Bailey
    Wayne Cashman - Buddy O'connor - Ken Hodge
    Troy Murray-Keith Primeau- Dave Andreychuk
    John Ferguson

    Doug Harvey - Tom Johnson
    Ebbie Goodfellow - Red Horner
    Steve Duschene - Ed Van Impe
    Ed Jovanovski

    Billy Smith
    Roy Worters
    Hugh Lehman​
     
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  20. Hedberg

    Hedberg MLD Glue Guy

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    Patrick Roy - Pelle Lindbergh
    Olaf Kolzig
    Scott Niedermayer - Brian Leetch
    Lars-Erik Sjoberg - Teppo Numminen
    Mattias Ohlund - Mark Tinordi
    Ken Daneyko
    Luc Robitaille - Sergei Fedorov - Brett Hull
    Sid Abel - Joe Nieuwendyk - Mike Gartner
    Bill Mosienko - Anders Hedberg - Joe Mullen
    Kevin Stevens - Vladimir Martinec - Ulf Nilsson
    Pete Mahovlich
    Coach: Pat Quinn​
     
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  21. pappyline

    pappyline Registered User

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    Head Coach: Tom Gorman

    Murray Balfour(8)– Bill Hay (28)– Bobby Hull(9)
    Rod Gilbert (77)– Gilbert Perrault (11)– Rick Martin (27)
    Kenny Wharram(17) – Max Bentley(18) – Doug Bentley(14)
    Ed Litzenberger(25) –Frank Boucher(7)– Roy Conacher (19)
    Don Marshall(22)


    Lionel conacher(3)– Mark howe (5)
    Elmar Vasko(4)–Pat Stapleton(12)
    Gus Mortson (19)- Carl Brewer(2)
    Neil Colville(6)


    Chuck Gardiner(1)
    Roger Crozier(31)
    Jim Henry (41)

    The Trophy Case

    Stanley Cup (34)

    -Tom Gorman, coach 1934, 1935
    -Bobby Hull 1961
    -Ed Litzenberger 1961.1962,1963,1964
    -Max Bentley 1948, 1949,1951
    -Chuck Gardiner 1934
    -Elmer Moose Vasko 1961
    -Gus Mortson 1947,1948,1949,1951
    -Bill Red Hay 1961
    -Frank Boucher 1928, 1933
    -Ken Wharram 1961
    -Roy Conacher 1939, 1941
    -Lionel Conacher 1934, 1935
    -Carl Brewer 1962, 1963, 1964
    -Neil Colville 1940
    -Murray Balfour 1961
    -Don Marshall 1956, 1957,1958,1959,1960

    AVCO Cup (5)
    -Bobby Hull 1976,1978, 1979
    -Mark Howe 1974, 1975

    Art Ross Trophy (7)
    -Bobby Hull 1960,1962,1966
    -Max Bentley 1946,1947
    -Doug Bentley 1943
    _Roy Conacher 1949

    Calder Memorial Trophy (4)
    -Eddie Litzenberger 1955
    -Bill Red Hay 1960
    -Roger Crozier 1965
    -Gilbert Perrault 1971

    WHA Rookie of the Year (1)
    -Mark Howe 1974


    Conn Smythe Trophy (1)
    -Roger Crozier 1966


    Hart Memorial Trophy (3)
    -Bobby Hull 1965,1966
    -Max Bentley 1946

    MVP WHA(2)
    -Bobby Hull 1973,1975

    WHA Best Defenceman (1)
    - Pat Stapelton 1974

    Lester Patrick Trophy (1)
    -Bobby Hull 1969



    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (11)
    -Bobby Hull 1965
    -Max Bentley 1943
    -Gilbert Perrault 1973
    -Ken wharram 1964
    -Frank Boucher 1928,1929,1930,1931,1933,1934,1935


    Vezina Trophy (2)
    -Chuck Gardiner 1932,1934

    Masterson trophy(1)
    -Rod Gilbert 1976

    First All-Star Team NHL(33)
    -Bobby Hull 1960, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972
    -Max Bentley 1946
    -Doug Bentley 1943,1944,1947
    -Chuck Gardiner 1931,1932,1934
    -Gus Mortson 1950
    -Roger Crozier 1965
    -Rod Gilbert 1972
    -Rick Martin 1974, 1975
    -Ken Wharram 1964, 1967
    -frank Boucher 1933, 1934, 1935
    -Roy Conacher 1949
    -Lionel Conacher 1934
    -Carl Brewer 1963
    -Mark howe 1983, 1986, 1987

    Second All-Star Team NHL (27)
    - Bobby Hull 1963,1971
    -Max Bentley 1947
    -Doug Bentley 1949
    -Eddie Litzenberger 1957
    -Chuck Gardiner 1933
    -Elmer Moose Vasko 1963,1964
    -Rod Gilbert 1968
    -Gilbert Perrault 1976, 1977
    -Rick Martin 1976, 1977
    -Frank Boucher 1931
    -Lionel Conacher 1933, 1937
    -Pat Stapelton 1966, 1971, 1972
    -Carl Brewer 1962, 1965, 1970
    -Neil Colville 1939, 1940. 1948
    -Jim Henry 1952
    -Don Marshall 1967

    First All-Star Team WHA(5)
    -Bobby Hull 1973,1974,1975
    -Mark Howe 1979
    -Pat Stapeleton 1974

    Second All-Star Team WHA (4)
    -Bobby Hull 1976,1978
    -Mark Howe 1974
    -Pat Stapelton 1976
     
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  22. God Bless Canada

    God Bless Canada Registered User

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    ESTEVAN BRUINS​

    Coach: Jack Adams
    Captain: Si Griffiths
    Alternate Captain: Dallas Smith
    Alternate Captain: Jean-Paul Parise
    Alternate Captain: Ryan Walter


    Charlie Simmer-Vincent Lecavalier-Lorne Carr
    Geoff Courtnall-Barry Pederson-Kevin Dineen
    Gilles Tremblay-Ryan Walter-Bob Nevin
    Jean-Paul Parise-Dave Gagner-Shane Doan
    Blaine Stoughton

    Paul Reinhart-Dallas Smith
    Si Griffiths-Dave Babych
    Kjell Samuelsson-Uwe Krupp
    Dave Ellett

    Jon Casey
    Darren Puppa
    Rollie Melanson​


    1st PP unit: Simmer-Lecavalier-Carr-Reinhart-Babych
    2nd PP unit: Courtnall-Pederson-Doan-Griffiths-Krupp

    1st PK unit: Gagner-Nevin-Samuelsson-Smith
    2nd PK unit: Walter-Parise-Krupp-Griffiths
    3rd PK unit: Lecavalier-Tremblay-Babych-Reinhart

    Last minute when leading:
    Parise-Gagner-Nevin-Samuelsson-Smith
    Tremblay-Walter-Doan-Babych-Krupp

    Last minute while trailing:
    Simmer-Lecavalier-Carr-Reinhart-Griffiths-Courtnall
     
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  23. Hockey Outsider

    Hockey Outsider Registered User

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    MONTREAL WANDERERS

    Coach: Frank Boucher

    Reg Noble - Marty Barry - Wilf Paiement
    John Ogrodnick - Frank Frederickson - Tomas Sandstrom
    Dave Schultz - Mike Ricci - Floyd Curry
    Kirk Maltby - Kris Draper - Jim Peplinski
    Mikael Renberg

    Wally Stanowski - Brian Engblom
    Bill Hajt - Barry Ashbee
    Battleship Leduc - Fredrik Olausson
    Brian Rafalski

    Don Edwards
    Mike Palmateer
    Michel "Bunny" Larocque

    C Marty Barry
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1936 and 1937
    - Led the playoffs in scoring twice (1930, 1937)
    - Top ten scorer six times (7th in 1933, 4th in 1934, 8th in 1935, 2nd in 1936, 3rd in 1937, 4th in 1939)
    - First-team all-star one time (1937)
    - Missed just 2 regular season games between 1929 and 1939
    - Retired as the 6th highest scorer in NHL history

    LW/D Reg Noble
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1918, 1922 and 1926
    - Finish in the top ten in scoring 7 straight years (1918 through 1924)
    - Led the league in assists in 1918; runner-up in 1920
    - Regarded as a tough, aggressive player
    - Retired as the 7th highest scorer in NHL history

    C Frank Frederickson
    - Won the gold medal at the 1920 Olympics
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1925
    - Led the PCHA in scoring twice (1921 and 1923) and the Olympics once (1920)
    - Tournament MVP at the 1920 Olympics
    - Finalist for Hart trophy in 1927 (finished 3rd)
    - First-team all star in the PCHA four times (1921, 1922, 1923 and 1924) and the WCHL once (1925)
    - Finished in the top ten in scoring seven years in a row in three different leagues (1921-1927)

    D Wally Stanowki
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1942, 1945, 1947 and 1948
    - First-team all-star in 1941
    - Fourth in playoff scoring (and second in assists) in 1942
    - Fouth in defensemen scoring twice (1941 & 1947)
    - A fast, rushing defenseman
    - Known for entertaining fans and teammates

    D Brian Engblom
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1977, 1978 and 1979
    - Second-team all-star in 1982 (finished 6th in Norris voting that year)
    - A solid, steady defensive blueliner

    D Barry Ashbee
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1974
    - Second-team all-star in 1974
    - A shutdown defenseman who blocked shocked, was a big hitter, and poke checked effectively
    - Regarded as one of toughest players in NHL history, with an excellent work ethic

    LW John Ogrodnick
    - First-team all-star in 1985
    - Finished seventh in scoring and fourth in goals in 1985
    - Led his team in goals six times (1981-1986)
    - A highly skilled goal-scorer who stayed out of the penalty box

    RW Wilf Paiement
    - A tough, aggressive power forward
    - Led his team in scoring in 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1981

    RW Tomas Sandstrom
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1997
    - 3rd in points and assists in the 1993 playoffs
    - A strong, fairly tough, and highly skilled winger

    C/RW Jim Peplinski
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1989
    - A fierce, aggressive competitor who was Calgary's captain for four years
    - Strong defensively and scored 30 goals in his prime

    D Bill Hajt
    - Ranks 14th all-time in plus/minus (+321)
    - Steady, consistent defensive blueliner
    - Excellent positioning and pokechecking

    C Kris Draper
    - Won three Stanley Cups (1997, 1998, 2002)
    - One of the top defensive forwards of the past decade
    - Won the Selke trophy in 2004

    LW Kirk Maltby
    - Won three Stanley Cups (1997, 1998, 2002)
    - One of the top defensive forwards of the past decade
    - Formed an effective PK duo with Draper

    D Fredrik Olausson
    - Won one Stanley Cup (2002)
    - An excellent playmaking defenseman
    - Finished in the top ten in defenseman scoring three times (1989, 1992, 1999)

    D Battleship Leduc
    - Won two Stanley Cups (1930, 1931)
    - Regarded as one the era's best defensive defensemen

    G Don Edwards
    - 4th place for the Hart trophy in 1978 (behind Lafleur, Sittler and Trottier)
    - Won the Vezina in 1980
    - Second-team all-star in 1978 (to Dryden) and 1980 (to Esposito)
    - Played his best against the league's top teams

    G Mike Palmateer
    - 5th place for the Hart trophy in 1979 (behind Trottier, Lafleur, Dionne and Potvin)
    - Helped Toronto become competitive in the late 70's

    Coach Frank Boucher
    - Led New York to the Stanley Cup (1940)
    - First-team all-star coach in 1942 and second-team all-star coach in 1940
    - Was the first coach to alternate starting goalies
    - Was the first coach to pull the goalie late in games

    LW Dave Schultz
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1974 and 1975
    - Regarded as one of the toughest and most aggressive fighters in NHL history
    - Holds the NHL single-season record for penalty minutes (472 PIM in 1975)
    - Scored 20 goals in 1974

    C Mike Ricci
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1996
    - A top defensive forward and penalty killer
    - Finished 3rd in Selke voting once (2000) and fourth twice (2001, 2002)
    - Scored a career-highh 78 points in 1993

    RW Floyd Curry
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1953, 1956, 1957 & 1958
    - Led the playoffs in scoring once (1952) and finished 6th in 1955
    - Finished second in the playoffs in goals twice (1952 & 1955)
    - An excellent defensive player and checker

    G Michel "Bunny" Larocque
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 1976, 1977, 1978 and 1979
    - Shared the Vezina trophy (basically the Jennings trophy back then) with Ken Dryden in 1977, 1978 and 1979
    - Led the league in goals-against everage, 1977
    - A solid backup who could play well after long stretches on the bench

    D Brian Rafalski
    - Won the Stanley Cup in 2000 and 2003
    - Top ten in defensemen scoring in 2000 and 2001
    - Finished 4th twice (2001 and 2001 playoffs) and 9th (2003 playoffs) in league in plus/minus
    - Seventh in league in scoring (second among defensemen) in 2001 playoffs
    - A skilled playmaker, and solid defensively

    Mikael Renberg
    - A large, gritty forward who is excellent at battling for pucks in the corners
    - Career-high of 82 points
     
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    #15 LW Dany Heatley
    - Top 10 in goals/points twice (5th/9th in 2003, 4th/5th in 2006)
    - 2nd All-Star team (2006)
    - WC-A Tournament MVP (2004)
    - Calder Trophy winner (2002)
    - Currently on his way to another 100 point season


    #8 RW Cecil Dillon
    - Stanley Cup Champion in 1933
    - Led the 1933 playoffs in scoring
    - 1st All-Star team (1938)
    - 2nd All-Star team (1936, 1937)
    - Top ten goal scorer six times (2nd, 4th, 6th, 6th, 6th, 6th)
    - Top five point scorer twice (4th, 5th)
    - Eight season long iron man streak


    #10 C Clint Smith
    - Stanley Cup Champion in 1940
    - Two-time Lady Byng Trophy winner (1939, 1944)
    - Top ten scorer five times (3rd, 4th, 5th, 5th, 9th)
    - Shares the record for most goals in one period (4)
    - Chicago Blackhawks team captain in 1944-45
    - Inducted into the HHOF in 1991


    #4 D Pat Egan
    - Top five scoring defenceman six times (1st, 1st, 2nd, 2nd, 4th, 5th)
    - Second highest scoring defenceman of the 1940's
    - 2nd All-Star Team (1942)
    - Five season long iron man streak
    - Highly mobile puck rusher


    #15 D Jim Neilson
    - Top 5 in Norris voting twice (4th in 1968, 5th in 1970)
    - Top 10 scoring defenceman 3 times (4th, 5th, 8th)
    - 2nd All-Star Team (1968)
    - NHL All-Star Game twice (1967, 1971)
    - Had a +150 rating over a span of 6 seasons (1968-1973)
    - New York Rangers captain in 1975-76


    #39 C Doug Weight
    - Stanley Cup Champion in 2006
    - Olympic Silver Medal (2002)
    - 7th in Hart voting in 2001
    - Played in NHL All-Star Game four times (1996, 1998, 2001, 2003)
    - Edmonton Oilers team captain 1999-2001
    - Top ten in assists six times (4th, 5th, 5th, 7th, 8th, 10th)
    - Grity player with superior vision and passing ability


    #21 D Jeff Brown
    - Top 20 scoring defenceman nine times (7th, 8th, 10th, 10th, 10th, 12th, 13th, 15th, 16th)
    - 20 goal scorer three times ('89, '92, '93)
    - Top 10 in playoff scoring by defensmen four times (3rd, 4th, 4th, 6th)
    - Scored 65 points in 87 career playoff games
    - Big and mobile power-play specialist


    #4 LW Herb Cain
    - Two-time Stanley Cup Champion (1935, 1941)
    - Led the league in points in 1944 with 82, a record that was held for 7 years
    - 2nd All-Star Team (1944)
    - Top 10 goal scorer four times (2nd, 2nd, 4th, 8th)


    #3 D Bucko McDonald
    - Three-time Stanley Cup Champion (1936, 1937, 1942)
    - 2nd All-Star Team (1942)
    - Finished fourth in defenceman scoring (1942)
    - Strong defensive reargaurd that knows how to win


    #8 RW Bill Goldsworthy
    - Led the 1968 playoffs in goals and points
    - 30+ goal scorer five times, 40+ goal scorer once
    - Top 15 goal scorer four times (5th, 6th, 12th, 15th)
    - Played in NHL All-Star Game four times (1970, 1972, 1974, 1976)
    - Minnesota North Stars team captain 1974-1976
    - His #8 retired by the North Stars in 1977
    - Represented Team Canada in the 1972 Summit Series
    - Electrifying goal scorer


    #23 RW Johnny Peirson
    - Played in three Stanley Cup finals
    - Top 10 in goals/points twice (5th,9th/8th,10th)
    - Played in NHL All-Star Game twice (1950, 1951)
    - Led the 1952 Bruins in points (along with Milt Schmidt), 2nd in 1949, 1950
    - Good checker who can put up 20+ goals a season


    #8 C Fleming Mackell
    - Two-time Stanley Cup Champion (1949, 1951)
    - Appeared in Cup finals on three other occasions with Peirson and the Bruins
    - Led the 1958 playoffs in points
    - 1st All-Star Team (1953)
    - Top 10 in points three times (7th, 7th, 10th)
    - Finished fifth in goals in 1953
    - Scored 22 goals and 41 assists in 80 career playoff games
    - Led the Bruins in playoff points four times (1954, 1957, 1958, 1959) 2nd in 1953, 1957
    - Led the 1953 and 1954 Bruins in points (reg. season)
    - Played in NHL All-Star Game four times (1947, 1948, 1949, 1954)


    #?? G Mike Karakas


    #19 RW John McKenzie


    #4 D John Van Boxmeer


    #96 LW Tomas Holmstrom


    #16 C Murray Oliver
     
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