What NHL Teams have the most WJC representation?

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  1. katodelder

    katodelder Registered User

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    Anyone out there have a list of NHL teams' representation at the WJC. Which organization has the most draft picks playing at this year's tourney? Which has the least? etc. Thanks in advance.
     
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    as of now the Leafs have 1 but maybe 2 depending on Jan Steber, if he makes the Czech team.
     
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    The Flyers have six unless I'm forgetting someone. Carter, Richards, Ruzicka, Beauchemin, Scurko and Romy.

    Fraser was a Flyers pick but is now Blackhaws property.
     
  4. Took a pill in Sbisa

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    Better question is, which WJC has the most NHLers?
     
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    pens have malkin, dixon, goligoski, sersen, and salmonsson.
     
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    Canucks have 2 - Mike Brown and Cory Schneider, both on team USA.
     
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    Bolf too.

    So that's 6. If I'm not mistaken, they had 6 last year too (not including Malkin and other not-yet draftees).
     
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    The Islanders only have three, but all are playing key roles on their teams.

    Colliton is on Canada's top line.

    Nokelainen is on Finland's top line.

    Nillson was Sweden's top scorer last year.
     
  9. chicpea*

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    Habs have Yemelin (RUS), Heino-Lindberg (SWE) and Kostitsyn (BEL). I'm pretty sure the Flyers lead the pack with five or six.
     
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    Phoenix has three I think - Lisin, Pestunov, Porter.
     
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    Blues have Zakharov, Soderberg, Schwarz, Polak, Fredriksson
     
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    Plus Halak (SVK).

    Hawks have 3 on Team Canada, one being a Flyers pick already mentioned (Fraser), plus Barker and Seabrook (if he is cleared)...
     
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    And they should have 6th, Juha-Matti Aaltonen. Damn you Dufva :mad:
     
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    I knew I forgot someone :banghead: Not only that, bur Halak did a fine enough job last year. Just wish we could see him on a decent team.
     
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    For Chicago, add to the trio of Fraser, Seabrook, and Barker the likes of Porter and Dowell (USA), and Sindel and Hromas (CZE).

    Can't think of any others, but 7 is VERY impressive.
     
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    Oi! We only have three.. dont go stealing Porter! :)
     
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    Sorry! Wrong Porter! Went checking blackhawkzone.com and saw an update for the US WJC team, and they said Porter went scoreless. Of course, Chris Porter was playing for the University of North Dakota! :dunce:
     
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    New York Rangers

    Al Montoya-USA
    Lauri Korpikoski-Finland
    Nigel Dawes-Canada
    Ivan Baranka-Slovakia
    Ryan Callahan-USA
    Jakub Petruzalek-Czech Republic
    Phillipe Furrer-Switzerland

    Montoya,Korpikoski,Dawes and Baranka are all key members of their clubs
     
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    I'm pretty sure the complete list for the Senators is...

    Jeff Glass (CAN)
    Shawn Weller (US)
    Andrej Meszaros (SVK)
    Roman Wick (SUI)
    Philippe Seydoux (SUI)
    Alexander Nikulin (RUS)

    Glass, Meszaros, Wick and Seydoux are expected to play key roles.
     
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    The Ottawa Senators

    Jeff Glass - Canada (Goalie)
    Alexander Nikulin - Russia (Forward)
    Andrej Meszaros - Slovakia (Defenceman)
    Phillipe Seydoux - Swiss (Defenceman)
    Roman Wick - Swiss (Forward)
    Shawn Weller - USA (Forward)

    Kirill Lyamin (Russia) and Mattias Karlsson (Sweden) failed to make their rosters. :mad: Damn, beat me to it ... :dunno:
     
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    Caps have:

    Ovechkin and Yunkov playing for Russia
    Hedman playing for Sweden
    Bourque playing for the US

    I think Guggisberg was slated to play for the Swiss team, but can't due to injury.
     
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    Wild have 5

    Russia - Khodubin, Misharin, Volschenko

    USA - O'Sullivan

    Slovakia - Olvecky
     
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    Don't they have Julien Sprunger as well?
     
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    The Stars will likely have six.

    SWE-Eriksson, Fransson, Grossman, Granath
    CAN-Belle
    CZE-Polak

    For the first time in a while, no Finn is there that is Stars property.
     
  25. Chaos

    Chaos And the winner is...

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    I think Polak got cut from the Czech team about a week ago
     
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