All-Time Draft #5 Roster Thread

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  1. Murphy

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    Hope nobody minds that I took the liberty to create this. Like previous drafts lets keep this one clean and only for the rosters only.
     
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    Alberta Oilers Hockey Club

    Head Coach: Ted Nolan
    Captain: Darryl Sittler
    Assistant: Bobby Orr
    Assistant: Kevin Lowe
    Assistant: Bob Gainey
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    # 16 Michel Goulet - # 11 Gilbert Perreault - # 12 Yvan Cournoyer
    # 17 Ilya Kovalchuk - # 10 Dale Hawerchuk - # 8 Punch Broadbent
    # 17 Wendel Clark - # 27 Darryl Sittler - #9 Rick Middleton
    # 23 Bob Gainey - # 11 John Madden - # 24 Terry O'Reilly
    #11 Brian Sutter

    # 3 Marcel Pronovost - # 4 Bobby Orr
    # 4 Kevin Lowe - # 7 Paul Coffey
    # 5 Alexander Ragulin - # 33 Vladimir Lutchenko
    # 3 Barry Beck

    # 31 Grant Fuhr
    # 35 Mike Richter
    #1 Roberto Luongo

    The Trophy Case

    Stanley Cup (43)
    -Bobby Orr, 1970, 1972
    -Paul Coffey, 1984, 1985, 1991
    -Grant Fuhr, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990
    -Bob Gainey, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1986
    -Yvan Cournoyer, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979
    -Marcel Pronovost, 1950, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1967
    -Kevin Lowe, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1994
    -John Madden, 2001, 2003
    -Mike Richter, 1994
    -Punch Broadbent, 1920, 1921, 1923, 1926

    Art Ross Trophy (3)
    -Bobby Orr, 1970, 1975
    -Punch Broadbent, 1922

    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy

    Calder Memorial Trophy (3)
    -Bobby Orr, 1967
    -Gilbert Pearreault, 1971
    -Dale Hawerchuk, 1982

    Conn Smythe Trophy (4)
    -Bobby Orr, 1970, 1972
    -Bob Gainey, 1979
    -Yvan Cournoyer, 1973

    Frank J. Selke Trophy (5)
    -Bob Gainey, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979
    -John Madden, 2001

    Hart Memorial Trophy (3)
    -Bobby Orr, 1970, 1971, 1972

    James Norris Memorial Trophy (11)
    -Bobby Orr, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975,
    -Paul Coffey, 1985, 1986, 1995

    Lester B. Pearson Award (1)
    -Bobby Orr, 1975

    Lester Patrick Trophy (1)
    -Bobby Orr, 1979

    Lou Marsh Trophy (1)
    -Bobby Orr, 1971

    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (2)
    -Gilbert Perreault, 1973
    -Rick Middleton, 1982

    Maurice Richard Trophy (1)
    -Ilya Kovalchuk, 2004

    Veznia Trophy (1)
    -Grant Fuhr, 1988

    William M. Jennings Trophy (1)
    -Grant Fuhr, 1994

    First All-Star Team (18)
    -Bobby Orr, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975
    -Paul Coffey, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1995
    -Grant Fuhr, 1988
    -Michel Goulet, 1984, 1986, 1987
    -Marcel Pronovost, 1960, 1961

    Second All-Star Team (21)
    -Bobby Orr, 1967
    -Paul Coffey, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1990
    -Gilbert Perreault, 1976, 1977
    -Grant Fuhr, 1982
    -Dale Hawerchuk, 1985
    -Yvan Cournoyer, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973
    -Darryl Sittler, 1978
    -Michel Goulet, 1983, 1988
    -Marcel Pronovost, 1958, 1959
    -Rick Middleton, 1982
    -Ilya Kovalchuk, 2004
    -Roberto Luongo, 2004

    IIHF All-Star Team (4)
    -Alexander Ragulin, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1967

    Hockey Hall Of Fame (11)
    -Bobby Orr, 1979
    -Paul Coffey, 2004
    -Gilbert Perreault, 2000
    -Grant Fuhr, 2003
    -Bob Gainey, 1992
    -Dale Hawerchuk, 2001
    -Yvan Cournoyer, 1982
    -Darryl Sittler, 1989
    -Michel Goulet, 1998
    -Marcel Pronovost, 1978
    -Punch Broadbent, 1962

    IIHF Hall of Fame (1)
    -Alexander Ragulin, 1997

    Olympic Gold (5)
    -Alexander Ragulin, 1964, 1698, 1972
    -Vladimir Lutchenko, 1972, 1976
     
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    TRAIL SMOKE EATERS
    1939 and 1961 World Hockey Champions​
    Coach: Harry Sinden
    Captain: Bobby Clarke​
    Alternates: Doug Harvey, King Clancy, Sid Abel​

    Forwards:
    11 Jackson-16 Clarke(C)-9 Dye
    12 Abel(A)-18 Savard-14 Fleury
    10 Tikannen-29 Otto-28 Larmer
    25 Stevens-15 B. Smith-19 K. Nilsson
    17 Bailey

    Defence:
    2 Harvey(A)-6 Taylor
    5 Cameron-7 Clancy(A)
    10 Flaman-3 Brewer
    21 Mantha

    Goalie:
    1 Durnan
    30 Vachon
    35 Moog

    Power-play:
    Jackson-Clarke-Nilsson-Harvey-Taylor
    Abel-Savard-Dye-Cameron-Clancy

    Penalty kill:
    Tikannen-Otto-Clancy-Harvey
    Fleury-Clarke-Flaman-Mantha
    Larmer-Abel-Brewer-Taylor

    Last minute when leading:
    Tikannen-Clarke-Otto-Clancy-Flaman

    Last minute when trailing:
    Jackson-Clarke-Nilsson-Harvey-Taylor-Savard



    Trail Smoke Eaters Team Honours:

    D 2 Doug Harvey:
    *First-ballot Hall-of-Fame inductee in 1973
    *Best defenceman on the Montreal Canadiens 1950's dynasty
    *Six-time Stanley Cup champion (1953, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960)
    *1947 Allan Cup champion
    *Seven-time Norris Trophy winner (1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962)
    *10-time First Team All-Star (1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962)
    *1959 Second Team All-Star
    *Former Montreal Canadiens Captain
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1975
    *No. 6 on THN's Top-50 list

    C 16 Bobby Clarke:
    *First-ballot Hall-of-Fame inductee 1987
    *Captained Philadelphia Flyers to two Stanley Cups (1974, 1975)
    *Three-time Hart Trophy winner (1973, 1974, 1976)
    *1973 Pearson Trophy winner
    *1983 Selke Trophy winner
    *1972 Masterton Trophy winner
    *Two-time First Team All-Star (1975, 1976)
    *Two-time Second Team All-Star (1973, 1974)
    *Member of victorious Team Canada squads at the 1972 Summit Series and the 1976 Canada Cup
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 2005
    *No. 23 on THN's all-time list

    G 1 Bill Durnan:
    *Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1964
    *Two-time Stanley Cup champion (1944 and 1946)
    *1940 Allan Cup Champion with the Kirkland Lake Blue Devils
    *Six-time Vezina Trophy winner (1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950)
    *Six-time First Team All-Star (1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950)
    *Set a shutout record of over 309 minutes in 1948-49
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1986
    *Last goalie to captain an NHL team
    *No. 34 on THN top 100 list

    D 6 Fred "Cyclone" Taylor:
    *Charter member of the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1945
    *Two-time Stanley Cup champion (1909 and 1915)
    *A First Team All-Star everywhere he played from 1900 to 1918
    *One of the best players to never play in the NHL
    *Excelled at multiple positions, including centre and defence
    *Reportedly could skate faster backwards as anyone could forward
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1975

    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

    LW 12 Sid Abel:
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1969
    *Three-time Stanley Cup champion (1943, 1950, 1952)
    *Served his country in the Second World War (1943 to 1946)
    *1949 Hart Trophy winner
    *Centred the Production Line with Gordie Howe and Ted Lindsay
    *Two-time First Team All-Star centre (1949, 1950)
    *Second Team All-Star centre (1951)
    *Second Team All-Star left winger (1942)
    *No. 85 on the THN Top 100 list

    9 RW Cecil "Babe" Dye:
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1970
    *1922 Stanley Cup champion
    *Two-time Art Ross Trophy winner (1923 and 1925)
    *Three-time NHL goal scoring leader
    *Holds the record for most goals in a Stanley Cup final with nine, set in 1922
    *Had the best goals per game ratio in NHL history when he retired in 1931
    *No. 90 on the THN Top 100 list

    11 LW Harvey "Busher" Jackson:
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1971
    *Stanley Cup championship in 1932
    *1932 Art Ross Trophy winner
    *Four-time First Team All-Star (1932, 1934, 1935, 1937)
    *One-time second team all-star (1933)
    *A member of the Kid Line with Joe Primeau and Charlie Conacher
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1975
    *No. 55 on THN's Top 100 list

    C 18 Denis Savard:
    *First ballot inductee into the HHOF in 2000
    *Stanley Cup championship with Montreal in 1993
    *Second Team All-Star in 1983
    *Third in league scoring in 1982-83 and 1987-88
    *Scored at least a point-per-game in six of seven seasons in which his team reached the conference final.

    D 3 Carl Brewer:
    *Three-time Stanley Cup champion (1962, 1963, 1964)
    *First Team all-star in 1963
    *Three-time Second Team All-Star (1962, 1965, 1970)
    *World Hockey Championship First Team All-Star in 1967
    *A leader in off-ice matters with the NHLPA's pension fight and the Alan Eagleson investigation

    RW 14 Theo Fleury:
    *Stanley Cup champion with the Calgary Flames in 1989
    *Second-team all-star right wing in 1995
    *Led the NHL's first round in scoring from 1993 to 1995
    *NHL plus-minus co-leader in 1991
    *Played a fearless physical game despite size deficiencies
    *World Junior Championship all-star in 1988
    *Calgary Flames all-time leader in most offensive categories
    *Part of Team Canada's winning entries at the 1988 World Junior Championship, 1991 Canada Cup and 2002 Olympics

    RW 28 Steve Larmer:
    *Stanley Cup champion in 1994
    *Played 884 consecutive games from 1982-83 to 1992-93
    *1983 Calder Trophy winner
    *A consistent scoring threat and defensively capable, he finished third in Selke voting and scored over 100 points in 1990-91.
    *1991 Canada Cup all-star

    LW 10 Esa Tikannen:
    *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
    *World Junior Championship all-star in 1985

    D 5 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

    LW 25 Kevin Stevens:
    *Two time Stanley Cup champion (1991 and 1992)
    *1992 First Team All-Star left wing
    *Two-time Second Team All-Star left wing (1991 and 1993)
    *One of two players (along with Brendan Shanahan) to have 50 goals, 100 points and 200 PIMs in a season.
    *Second in NHL scoring in 1991-92

    C 29 Joel Otto:
    *Stanley Cup champion with Calgary in 1989
    *Multi-time Selke finalist who combined physical dominance, defensive play and faceoff success
    *Won the World Cup with the U.S. in 1996

    RW 19 Kent Nilsson:
    *Inducted into the IIHF HOF in 2006.
    *Won a Stanley Cup with Edmonton in 1987.
    *Finished third in NHL scoring in 1980-81.
    *Won two Avco Cups with the Winnipeg Jets of the WHA (1978, 1979)
    *WHA Rookie of the Year (1978)
    *WHA Most Gentlemanly Player (1979)
    *Three-time World Championship all-star (1985, 1989, 1990)
    *Swedish Elite League Player of the Year (1989)

    D 10 Fernie Flaman:
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1990
    *Three-time second-team all-star defenceman (1955, 1957, 1958)
    *Played his first NHL game at age 16
    *A rock-solid defensive defenceman

    G 30 Rogie Vachon:
    *Three-time Stanley Cup champion (1968, 1969, 1971)
    *1967-68 Vezina Trophy winner
    *Two-time Second Team All-Star (1975, 1977)
    *Second in Hart balloting in 1975
    *Retired as one of the NHL's all-time wins leaders
    *Canada Cup champion in 1976
    *1976 Canada Cup all-star goalie

    C 15 Bobby Smith:
    *Won a Stanley Cup with Montreal in 1986
    *1979 Calder Trophy winner
    *First overall pick in the 1978 Entry Draft
    *1977-78 Canadian Major Junior Player of the Year.

    Coach Harry Sinden:
    *Head coach of the victorious Team Canada during the 1972 Summit Series
    *Coached the Boston Bruins to the 1970 Stanley Cup
    *Inducted into the HHOF as a builder in 1983
    *Inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 2005
    *Won 119 games in his final three seasons as coach of the Bruins
    *1999 Lester Patrick Award winner
    *A decorated amateur player, he won the 1957 Allan Cup and the 1958 World Championships as a member of the Whitby Dunlops

    G 35 Andy Moog:
    *Three-time Stanley Cup champion with the Edmonton Oilers (1984, 1985 and 1988)
    *Led the 1990 Stanley Cup playoffs in goals against average
    *Won the 1990 Jennings Trophy
    *Retired as one of the all-time leaders in wins and winning percentage
    *Posted a perfect record for Canada at the 1988 Olympics.

    17 LW Irvine "Ace" Bailey:
    *Inducted into the HHOF
    *Won the Stanley Cup in 1932
    *1929 Art Ross Trophy winner
    *A star for several seasons during his short career with the Toronto Maple Leafs, his career was cut short during the infamous, near-fatal hit levelled by Eddie Shore. Bailey survived, and the first all-star game was played as a benefit. In a gesture of class, Bailey extended a forgiving handshake to Bruin defenceman.

    21 D Sylvio Mantha:
    *Inducted into the HHOF in 1960
    *Three-time Stanley Cup champion with the Canadiens (1924, 1930 and 1931)
    *Named a second-team all-star in 1931 and 1932, the first two seasons for all-star teams
    *Scored the first-ever goal at the Boston Garden
     
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    Scott Stevens - Stefan Persson
    Zdeno Chara - Ken Daneyko
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    Hart Trophy (4,3)
    Richard (1,2): 1947. Runner-up: 1945, 1951.
    Stewart (2,0): 1926, 1930.
    Kennedy (1,1): 1955. Runner-up: 1950.

    Conn Smythe (11)
    Richard (2): 1951, 1958.
    Hall (1): 1968.
    Pilote (1): 1961.
    Stevens (1): 2000.
    Lalonde (1): 1919.
    Stewart (1): 1926.
    Kennedy (3): 1945, 1947, 1948.
    Lemieux (1): 1995.

    Norris (3,6)
    Pilotte (3,3): 1963, 1964, 1965. Runner-up: 1962, 1966, 1967.
    Stevens (0,2): 1988, 1994.
    Chara (0,1): Runner-up: 2004.

    Vezina (6,8)
    Hall (3,6): 1963, 1967 1969. Runner-up: 1956, 1957, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1966.
    Worsley (2,2): 1966, 1968. Runner-up: 1958, 1972.
    Chabot (1,0): 1935.

    Art Ross (7,9)
    Richard (0,5). Runner-up: 1945, 1947, 1951, 1954, 1955.
    Lalonde (4,1): 1910, 1912, 1919, 1921. Runner-up: 1920.
    Stewart (1,1): 1926. Runner-up: 1929.
    Schriner (2,1): 1936, 1937. Runner-up: 1939.
    Dumart (0,1): Runner-up: 1940.

    Goals Leader (10,8)
    Richard (5,3): 1945, 1947, 1950, 1954, 1955. Runner-up: 1951, 1956, 1957.
    Lalonde (3,2): 1910, 1916, 1919. Runner-up: 1920, 1923.
    Stewart (2,1): 1926, 1937. Runner-up: 1929.
    Schriner (0,1): Runner-up: 1941.
    Dumart (0,1): Runner-up: 1940.

    Assists Leader (3,1)
    Lalonde (1,0): 1919.
    Kennedy (1,0): 1951.
    Schriner (0,1): Runner-up: 1936.
    Recchi (1,0): 2000.

    Playoff Points Leader (7,5)
    Richard (2,1): 1947, 1951. Runner-up: 1956.
    Pilote (1,0): 1961.
    Lalonde (2,0): 1918, 1919.
    Stewart (1,0): 1926.
    Kennedy (1,3): 1948. Runner-up: 1945, 1947, 1949.
    Recchi (0,1): Runner-up: 1991.

    Playoff Goals Leader (12,5)
    Richard (5,3): 1944, 1946, 1947, 1951, 1958. Runner-up: 1952, 1953, 1957.
    Lalonde (2,0): 1918, 1919.
    Stewart (1,1): 1926. Runner-up: 1928.
    Kennedy (2,0): 1945, 1948.
    Schriner (0,1): Runner-up: 1942.
    Lemieux (2,0): 1995, 1997.

    Playoff Assists Leader (4,4)
    Richard (0,1). Runner-up: 1956.
    Pilote (1,0): 1961.
    Lalonde (1,1): 1918. Runner-up: 1919.
    Stewart (1,0): 1926.
    Kennedy (1,1): 1949. Runner-up: 1951.
    Recchi (0,1): Runner-up: 1991.

    Defensemen Points Leader (8,5)
    Pilote (5,1): 1960, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967. Runner-up: 1961.
    Quackenbush (0,4). Runner-up: 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949. (* Not 100% sure on these...)
    Gonchar (3,0): 2002, 2003, 2004.

    Defensemen Goals Leader (5,7)
    Pilote (2,0): 1963, 1965.
    Quackenbush (1,4): 1946. Runner-up: 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951.
    Gonchar (2,3): 2002, 2003. Runner-up: 1999, 2000, 2001.

    Defensemen Assists Leader (8,8)
    Pilote (6,3): 1960, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968. Runner-up: 1959, 1961, 1962.
    Stevens (0,1): 1989
    Quackenbush (0,4): Runner-up: 1946, 1947, 1948 1949.
    Gonchar (2,0): 2003, 2004.

    Save Percentage Leader (3,9)
    Hall (2,7): 1957, 1963. Runner-up: 1956, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967.
    Worsley (1,2): 1958. Runner-up: 1956, 1963.

    Playoff Save Percentage Leader (4,4)
    Hall (1,4): 1961. Runner-up: 1959, 1962, 1965, 1968.
    Worsley (3,0): 1965, 1966, 1968.

    Selke (2,1)
    Peca (2,1): 1997, 2002. Runner-up: 1998.

    First All-Star (32)
    Richard (8): 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1955, 1956.
    Hall (7): 1957, 1958, 1960, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1969.
    Pilote (5): 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967.
    Stevens (2): 1988, 1994.
    Quackenbush (3): 1948, 1949, 1951.
    Gillies (2): 1978, 1979.
    Schriner (2): 1936, 1941.
    Chara (1): 2004.
    Worsley (1): 1968.
    Chabot (1): 1935.

    Second All-Star (29)
    Richard (6): 1944, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1957.
    Hall (4): 1956, 1961, 1962, 1967.
    Pilote (3): 1960, 1961, 1962.
    Stevens (3): 1992, 1997, 2001.
    Kennedy (3): 1950, 1951, 1954.
    Quackenbush (2): 1947, 1953.
    Schriner (1): 1937.
    Recchi (1): 1992.
    Dumart (3): 1940, 1941, 1947.
    Worsley (1): 1966.
    Gonchar (2): 2002, 2003.

    Jersey Numbers
    Glenn Hall 1
    Zdeno Chara 3
    Ken Daneyko 3
    Scott Stevens 4
    Stefan Persson 7
    Mark Recchi 8
    Clark Gillies 9
    Maurice Richard 9
    Ted Kennedy 9
    Gump Worsley 10
    Woody Dumart 14
    Pierre Pilote 21
    Claude Lemieux 22
    Vincent Damphousse 25
    Mike Peca 27
    Steve Thomas 32
    Sergei Gonchar 55
    Newsy Lalonde ??
    Sweeney Schriner ??
    Nels Stewart ??
    Bill Quackenbush ??
     
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    Calder Memorial Trophy (1993)
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    Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (1999)
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    HOF Inducted:1999.
    World Wide Hall of Fame 2004
    THN's all-time list 1
    Franchise Center/ Offensive Wizard

    # 9 Paul Kariya LW
    Era:Mid 1990's - Mid 2000's
    Seasons:10
    Hobey Baker Memorial Award (Top U.S. Collegiate Player)(1993)
    WC-A All-Star Team 94,96 Named Best Forward at WC-A 94,96
    NHL All-Rookie Team 95
    Lady Byng Trophy 96,97
    NHL First All-Star Team 96,97,99
    NHL Second All-Star Team 00,03
    Played in NHL All-Star Game 96,97,99,00,01,02,03
    Six 30 goal + seasons
    One 40 One 50 goal seasons
    Two 100 pt seasons
    Best Season 108 points
    RS 739 342 448 790
    PO 41 16 21 37
    Stanley Cups:made the finals once
    HOF Inducted:still active
    All Star Forward/Offensive Wizard


    # 10 Pave Bure,RW
    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

    #16 Henri Richard,C
    Era:mid 50's -mid 70's
    Seasons:19
    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (1974)
    First All-Star Team Centre (1958)
    Second All-Star Team Centre (1959, 1961, 1963)
    RS-1256 358 688 1046
    PO-180 49 80 129
    Nine 20+ goal season
    One 30+ goal season
    Best Season 80 points
    Stanley Cups:11
    HOF Inducted:1979
    World Wide Hall of Fame 1982
    THN's all-time list 29
    Two Way Centerman/Team Leader


    #12 Jerome Inginla,RW
    Era:mid 1990's mid 2000's
    Seasons:8
    WJC-A All-Star Team (1996)
    Named Best Forward at WJC-A (1996)
    Art Ross Trophy (2002)
    Lester B. Pearson Award (2002)
    NHL All-Rookie Team (1997)
    NHL First All-Star Team (2002)
    NHL Second All-Star Team (2004)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (2002, 2003, 2004)
    King Clancy Memorial Trophy (2004)
    Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (2002)
    Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (2004) (tied with Ilya Kovalchuk and Rick Nash)
    Five years of 30 goals+,One 40+goal season,One 50+goal season
    Best Season 96 points
    RS-708 285 285 570
    PO-35 19 13 32
    Stanley Cups:made the finals 1 time.
    HOF Inducted:still active
    Power Forward/Sniper

    #10 Gary Roberts LW
    Era:mid 80's mid 2000's
    Seasons:17
    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (1996)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (1992, 1993, 2004)
    Twelve 20+ goal seasons
    Two 30+ goal season
    One 40+ goal season
    One 50+ goal season
    Best season 90 points
    RS-1087 411 435 846
    PO-114 28 57 85
    Stanley Cups:1
    HOF Inducted:still active
    Power Foarward/Team Leader

    #21 Guy Carbonneau,C
    Era:early 80's late 90's
    Seasons:20
    Frank J. Selke Trophy (1988, 1989, 1992)
    Five 20 goal+seasons
    Best Season 57 points
    RS 1318 260 403 663
    PO 231 38 55 93
    Stanley Cups:3
    HOF Inducted:eligible
    Defensive Forward/Team Leader


    #17 Mike Foligno, RW
    Era: Late 1970's 80's early 90's
    Seasons: 19
    Ten seasons of 20+ goals
    Three 30+ goal seasons
    One 40+ goal seasons
    Best Season 80 points
    RS 1018 355 372 727
    PO 57 15 17 32
    Stanley Cups
    HOF: eligible
    SparkPlug/Defensive Forward


    #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

    #5 Tumba Johansson,C
    Era early 50's - early 70's
    Seasons 20
    Swedish national team.
    245 games
    223 goals
    14 World Championships-more than any other Swedish player,
    four Olympic tournaments.
    World Champion. (1953,57 and 62)
    World Championships best forward 57 62
    127 points (84+43) is the 5th best result in WC history.
    Only 4 Russians are ahead of him:Mikhailov,Kharlamov, Maltsev and Petrov.
    84 goals ranks second only behind Mikhailov.
    World Wide Hall of Fame 1970


    #6 Hooley Smith, RW/D
    Era: Mid 1920's 30's till 1940.
    Seasons: 17
    First All-Star Team Defense (1936)
    Second All-Star Team Defense (1932)
    Two season 20+ goals
    Best Season 44 points
    RS 715 200 225 425
    PO 54 11 8 19
    Stanley Cups: 2
    HOF Inducted:1972
    World Wide Hall of Fame 1949
    Power Forward

    #11 Charlie Simmer,LW
    Era: Mid 70's Late 80's
    Seasons: 14
    Eight Seasons of 29 or more goals
    Two seasons of 30+ goals
    One season of 40+ goals
    Two seasons of 50+ goals
    Two 100 point seasons
    Best Season 105 points
    NHL First All-Star Team (1980, 1981)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (1981, 1984)
    Bill Masterton Trophy (1986)
    RS 712 342 369 711
    PO 24 9 9 18
    Stanley Cups: 2
    HOF Inducted:eligible
    Power Forward/Sniper


    #2 Nikolai Sologubov,D
    Era:Late 40's mid 60's
    Seasons:14
    long time captain of both the Red Army and Team USSR
    Scored 132 goals in 350 games (only bettered by Fetisov in a more offensive era for defensemen)
    Played defenseman with the Red Army Clubs in 1950-1964
    USSR Gold '50, '55, '56, '58 – '61, '63, '64
    USSR Elite Hockey League: 128 goals in 350 games
    WC Gold 1956 and 1963
    Olympics Gold 1956
    IIHF Best Defensemen Award 1956, 1957, 1960
    WWII veteran
    Russian Hockey Hall of Fame (zms, 1956)
    World Wide Hall of Fame 1988


    #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

    #24 Chris Chelios,D
    Era: Mid 1980's- mid 2000's
    Seasons: 21
    NHL All-Rookie Team (1985)
    NHL First All-Star Team (1989, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2002)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game 85,90,91,92,93,94,96,97,98,00,02
    NHL Second All-Star Team (1991, 1997)
    James Norris Memorial Trophy (1989, 1993, 1996)
    Bud Light Plus/Minus Award (2002)
    Canada Cup All-Star Team (1991)
    World Cup All-Star Team (1996)
    One 20+ goal season
    Eight 50+ point seasons
    Best season 73 points
    Seven 60+ point seasons
    Nine +/- 20+ seasons
    RS 1476 182 743 925
    PO 228 30 107 137
    Stanley Cups:2
    HOF Inducted:still active
    THN's all-time list 40
    Franchise Defenceman/Team Leader

    #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 Inducted:eek:verlooked.
    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 "Hap" Day,D
    Era: Mid 20's to late 30's
    Seasons: 14
    Two 20 point seasons
    Best Season 21 points
    RS 581 86 116 202
    PO 53 4 7 11
    Stanley Cups:1
    HOF Inducted:1961
    World Wide Hall of Fame 1961 as a manager
    Franchise Defenceman/Team Leader

    #55 Ed Jovanovski,D
    Era: mid 1990's mid 2000's
    Seasons: 9
    NHL All-Rookie Team (1996)
    Played in NHL All-Star Game (2001, 2002, 2003)
    Best Season 48 points
    RS 687 86 231 317
    PO 58 10 18 28
    Stanley Cups:stanley cup finals once.
    HOF Inducted:still active
    Grinding Defenceman

    #7 Frantisek Pospisil,D
    Era: early 60's late 70's
    Seasons: 19
    IIHF WC Best Defenseman '72, '76;
    IIHF WC All Stars '72, '76 and '77,
    CSSR Golden Hockey Stick '71, '72
    National team: WC '67-'77;
    Olympics '72, '76;
    WC Gold '72, '76, 77;
    Canada Cup '76;
    Czechoslovakian Elite League:
    Poldi Kladno ('61-'78),
    League Gold '75-'78,
    scored 134 goals in 622 games.
    scored 25 goals in 262 games for Czechoslovakia.
    IIHF Hall of Fame 1999;

    # 19 Turk Broada.G
    Era: Mid 30's late 40's
    Seasons:14
    First All-Star Team Goalie (1941, 1948)
    Second All-Star Team Goalie (1942)
    Vezina Trophy (1941, 1948)
    Ten 20+ win seasons
    Three 30+ win seasons
    RS 629 302 224 101 62 2.53
    PO 101 60 39 13 1.98
    Stanley Cups:5
    HOF Inducted:1967
    World Wide Hall of Fame 1958
    Served in WWII for 2 yrs.
    THN's all-time list : 60
    Franchise Goalie/Money Goalie


    # 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

    # 1 Alex Connell,G
    Era:mid 20's late 30's
    Seasons: 12
    RS 417 193 156 67 81 1.91
    PO 21 8 5 8 4 1.19
    Five 20+ win seasons
    One 30+ win seasons
    Stanley Cups:2
    HOF Inducted:1958
    World Wide Hall of Fame 1971
    Franchise Goalie
    National Hockey League record for longest shutout sequence of 461:29 by recording six consecutive shutouts, from January 31 to February 18, 1928. His record stands to this day and may never be broken.

    Conn Smythe Trophy 3
    Art Ross Trophy 11
    Norris Trophy 6
    Hart Memorial Trophy 9
    Vezina Trophy 3
    William M. Jennings Trophy 1
    Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy 4
    Frank J. Selke Trophy 3
    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy 7
    King Clancy Memorial Trophy 1
    Lester B. Pearson 6
    Lester Patrick Trophy 1
    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy 3
    Calder Memorial Trophy 2
    Hobey Baker Memorial Award 1
    Players are still active- 6
    Recently retired: carboneau bure barrasso -3 possible HOF's
    HOF 7
    Non NHLers- 3
    Stanley Cup Winners 42
    Players with at least one 100 point season - 5

     
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  7. raleh

    raleh Registered User

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    Springfield Indians

    Coach- Fred Shero

    #7 Ted Lindsay (A), #16 Elmer Lach, #9 Lanny Mcdonald
    #12 Wayne Cashman, #77 Phil Esposito, #8 Ken Hodge
    #15 Alexander Yakushev, #55 Buddy O'Connor, #10 George Armstrong (C)
    #24 Bob Probert, #88 Doug Risebrough, #22 Tiger Williams
    #20 Pete Mahovlich



    #70 Tim Horton (A) #2 Red Horner
    #18 Serge Savard #11 Tom Johnson
    #37 Eric Desjardins #5 Bill Barilko
    #28 Reed Larson


    #20 Vladislav Tretiak
    #1 George Vezina
    #00 Hugh Lehman

    The Trophy Case

    Stanley Cup (49)
    Esposito-70,72
    Lindsay- 50,52,54,55
    Horton- 62,63,64,67
    Savard-68,69,73,76,77,78,79
    Lach- 44,46,53
    Johnson-53, 56,57,58,59,60
    Mcdonald-89
    Horner-32
    Armstrong-62,63,64,67
    Cashman-70,72
    Hodge- 70,72
    O'Connor-44,46
    Risebrough-76,77,78,79
    Desjardins-93
    Barilko- 51
    Shero-74,75
    Vezina-16, 24
    Lehman- 15
    Mahovlich-76,77



    Art Ross Trophy (8)
    Esposito-69,71,72,73,74
    Lindsay- 50
    Lach- 45,48

    Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (2)
    Savard- 79
    Mcdonald- 83

    Calder Memorial Trophy

    Conn Smythe Trophy
    Savard-(69)

    Frank J. Selke Trophy

    Hart Memorial Trophy (4)
    Esposito- 69,74
    Lach- 45
    O'Connor-48

    James Norris Memorial Trophy (1)
    Johnson-59

    Lester B. Pearson Award (2)
    Esposito- 71,74

    Lester Patrick Trophy (2)
    Esposito- 78
    Shero- 80

    Lou Marsh Trophy

    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1)
    O'Connor- 48

    Veznia Trophy

    William M. Jennings Trophy

    Jack Adams Trophy (1)
    Shero- 74

    First All-Star Team (24)
    Esposito-69,70,71,72,73,74
    Lindsay-48,50,51,52,53,54,56,57
    Horton- 64,68,69
    Lach- 45,48,52
    Johnson-59
    O'Connor-48
    Hodge- 71,74

    Second All-Star Team (10)
    Esposito-68,75
    Lindsay-49
    Horton-54,63,67
    Savard-79
    Lach- 44,46
    Johnson-56
    Mcdonald-77,83
    Cashman-74

    Hockey Hall Of Fame (10)
    Esposito- inducted in 1984
    Lindsay- inducted in 1966
    Horton- inducted in 1977
    Tretiak- inducted in 1989
    Savard- inducted in 1986
    Lach- inducted in 1966
    Johnson- inducted in 1970
    Mcdonald- inducted in 1992
    Horner- inducted in 1965
    Armstrong- inducted in 1975
    O'Connor- inducted in 1988
    Vezina- inducted in 1945
    Lehman- inducted in 1958
     
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  8. hockeyfan125

    hockeyfan125 Registered User

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    Minnesota North Stars

    #13 Valeri Kamensky - #26 Peter Stastny - #16 Brett Hull
    #17 Jiri Holik - #16 Pat Lafontaine - #22 Mike Bossy
    #3 Syd Howe - #14 Dave Keon C - #22 Dino Ciccarelli
    #22 John Ferguson - #12 Tim Kerr - #16 Trevor Linden A
    #19 Rick MacLeish

    #2 Brian Leetch - #17 Ken Reardon A
    #55 Larry Murphy - #17 Craig Ludwig
    #6 Valeri Vasliliev - #20 Gary Suter
    #44 Dave Babych

    #1 Terry Sawchuk
    #1 Ed Giacomin
    #27 Ron Hextall


    Head Coach: "Badger" Bob Johnson


    Players and Awards

    LW/C/RW - Tim Kerr
    [IMAGE]http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nhl/philly/TKerrFly_184x250.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "Kerr was an almost unmovable presence in the slot during his prime. Hockey Hall of Famer Bryan Trottier once joked that the only way to stop Kerr was to wrap chains around his arms and legs."

    - Named to the NHL Second All-Star Team (1987)
    - Awarded the Bill Masterton Trophy (1989)
    - Played in the NHL All-Star Game (1984, 1985, 1986)
    - Holds NHL single-season record for most power-play goals (34 in 1985-86)
    - Holds Philadelphia Flyers team record for most 50-goal seasons (4)
    - Shares NHL playoff record for most goals in a period (4 on April 13, 1985)
    - Holds NHL playoff record for most power-play goals in a period (3 on April 13, 1985)
    - In the top 100 in career NHL goals (stands 92nd as of 2003-04 season)

    LW - Syd Howe
    [IMAGE]http://www.centpacrr.com/ahlphl/Syd_Howe.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "Howe was an all-around player, shifting between left wing and center as needed, killing penalties and dropping back to play defence in a pinch. Those who watched the team closely reported that Howe's ice time with Detroit would constitute an amazing total."

    - Stanley Cup Champion (1936, 1937, 1943)
    - Selected to NHL Second All-Star Team, 1944-45
    - Led Detroit in scoring, 1934-35, 1940-41, 1943-44
    - Set club record with six goals in Feb. 3, 1944 game
    - Retired in 1945-46 as NHL’s career scoring leader -
    - Elected to Hockey Hall of Fame, 1965

    C - Peter Stastny
    [IMAGE]http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nhl/quebec/stastnyNords_185x250.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "After Wayne Gretzky, Peter Stastny was the most prolific scorer in the NHL in the 1980s. He was an extremely dangerous player, with or without the puck."

    - Calder Memorial Trophy - 1981
    - Played in 6 NHL All-Star Games - 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988
    - World Championships Best Forward Award - 1995
    - Inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame - 1998
    - Inducted into IIHF Hall of Fame - 2000
    - Inducted into Slovak Hockey Hall of Fame - 2002
    - 1st player in NHL history to collect over 100 points in rookie year (109).
    - 2nd player in NHL history to record 1000 or more points in one decade (1119).
    - One of 7 players in NHL history to record at least 6 consecutive 100+ point seasons.
    - Shares NHL record for assists by a rookie (70) with Joe Juneau.
    - Holds NHL record for points in a road game with 8 (four goals and four assists on February 22nd, 1981 against Washington Capitals).

    C - Pat Lafontaine
    [IMAGE]http://www.charityadvantage.com/compeer/images/PatLaFontaine.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "LaFontaine exploded offensively in the 1992-93 season with a personal-best and team-record 148 points (53 goals & 95 assists). He was also a finalist for the Hart Trophy as NHL MVP and the Lady Byng Trophy as most the sportsmanlike player."

    - Hall of Fame (2003)
    - Masterton Trophy: 1994-95 (Buffalo)
    - Lester Patrick Trophy (Service to U.S. Hockey): 1997
    - NHL All-Star Second Team: 1992-93 (Buffalo)
    - All-Star Game: 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991 (N.Y. Islanders), 1993 (Buff.)
    - Most points in one season by a U.S.-born player (148 in 1992-93)
    - Fastest two goals from the start of a period in a playoff game (35 seconds -- 0:13 and 0:35 of third period in Game 5 of Stanley Cup Finals at Edmonton on May 19, 1984)

    RW - Mike Bossy
    [IMAGE]http://www.onlinesports.com/images/phf-aafv031.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "As he never played long enough for his skills to diminish, his scoring averages remain quite high. Bossy averaged .762 goals per game in the regular season, more than any other player in NHL history, and .659 in the playoffs, second only to Mario Lemieux at .710."

    - Hall of Fame (1991)
    - Conn Smythe Trophy: 1982
    - Stanley Cup Winner: 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983
    - Calder Trophy: 1977-78
    - Lady Byng Trophy: 1982-83, 1983-84, 1985-86
    - NHL All-Star 1st Team: 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83, 1983-84, 1985-86
    - NHL All-Star Second Team: 1977-78, 1978-79, 1984-85
    - All-Star Game: 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986
    - All-Star Game MVP: 1982
    - Most seasons with at least 60 goals (5, shares record)
    - Most consecutive seasons with at least 50 goals (9 from 1977-78 to 1985-86, shares record)
    - Most power play goals in one playoff year (9 in 1981, shares record)
    - Most game-winning goals in one playoff series (4 vs. Boston in 1983)
    - Most career playoff power-play goals (35)

    C - Dave Keon (captain)
    [IMAGE]http://www.hickoksports.com/images/keon_dave.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "He dominated opposing centers against many teams during his early years with the Leafs at play off time. He had many memorable games against Jean Beliveau during the 1960s. He played over a thousand major league games and all he had to show for it was 137 minutes in the box. For his size, Dave Keon was a skillful player and a very effective checker and an outstanding penalty killer. Some may even feel that Keon may have been the best penalty killer of his time, as well as a top power play specialist."

    - Calder Memorial Trophy (1961)
    - Second All-Star Team (1962, 1971)
    - Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1962, 1963)
    - Conn Smythe Trophy (1967)
    - Paul Deneau Trophy (1977, 1978)
    - Played in NHL All-Star Game (1962, 1963, 1964, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1973)
    - Most short-handed goals (one game) (2) April 18/63 (N.H.L Record)
    - Most short-handed goals (season) (8) 1970-1971
    - Stanley Cup winner (1967)

    RW - Brett Hull
    [IMAGE]http://www.hickoksports.com/images/hull_brett.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "Quite possibly the best pure finisher in NHL history, Hull's one-timer was feared league wide. He had the fastest release and combined that with deadly accuracy. He also was very outspoken, and provided many memorable quotes. Hull thrived with linemate Adam Oates, and potted 86 goals one season. Hull camped out in the slot and had an uncanny ability to get open to shoot."

    - Finished his career with 741 goals (third all-time), 650 assists (48th all-time), 1391 points (19th all-time) and 1269 games (43rd all-time).
    - Named a NHL First Team All-Star in 1990, 1991 and 1992.
    - Won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy in 1990.
    - Won the Hart Memorial Trophy in 1991.
    - Won the Lester B. Pearson Award in 1991.
    - Played in the NHL All-Star Game in 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997 and 2001.
    - Stanley Cup Winner (1999, 2002)
    - Scored 50 goals in 50 games twice in his career; only Wayne Gretzky, with three 50-50 seasons, has done it more often.

    LW - Valeri Kamensky
    [IMAGE]http://www.icubed.com/~rpoe/vkamensk.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "Over the space of his career, he played in the Soviet Union, Canada and the U.S. And he scored crazy goals from impossible angles following improvised attacks. He did what he could given the painful adjustment that tended to follow Soviet players who were transplanted to the NHL. He did not become a goal-scoring machine, but together with Igor Larionov and Vyacheslav Kozlov, he helped an obscure provincial Voskresensk gain international acclaim as a pool for hockey talent."

    - Stanley Cup Champion (1996)
    - 1985-86: Gold Medal, CSKA Moscow (USSR Championships).
    - 1986: Gold Medal (Ice Hockey World Championships).
    - 1986-87: Gold Medal, CSKA Moscow (USSR Championships).
    - 1988: Gold Medal (XV Olympic Winter Games).
    - 1987-88: Gold Medal, CSKA Moscow (USSR Championships).
    - 1987-88: Gold Medal, CSKA Moscow (USSR Cup).
    - 1989: Gold Medal (Ice Hockey World Championships).
    - 1988-89: Gold Medal, CSKA Moscow (USSR Championships).
    - 1990: Gold Medal (Ice Hockey World Championships).
    - 1998: Silver Medal (XVIII Olympic Winter Games).

    RW - Dino Ciccarelli
    [IMAGE]http://chuckrinaldo.tripod.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/.pond/ciccarelli_d_watn.jpg.w180h218.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "They use the word "fearless." He's been called a super pest and much worse. He drove opposing players to the point of distraction. Ciccarelli was as good sinking a verbal barb into a person as he was putting the puck in the net."

    - 608 career goals (12th all-time).
    - 34 power-play goals in the playoffs (third all-time, tied with Wayne Gretzky)
    - Only NHL player to score three power-play goals in one playoff game twice
    - Six career playoff hat tricks (fourth all-time behind Gretzky, 10, Maurice Richard and Jari Kurri, 7).
    - Holds NHL rookie playoff record for most goals (14) and points (21) in 1981 (19 games).
    - Starter for the All-Star Team (Eastern Conference, 1997).

    RW - Trevor Linden (alternate captain)
    [IMAGE]http://gfhl.net/Images/Canucks/Linden.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "Linden's long tenure with the Canucks, deep attachment to the city of Vancouver and history of charitable community service and involvement have made him arguably the most beloved and respected player among fans in franchise history. His 2001 return to the Canucks was an emotional event for fans and player alike, with Linden admitting that he was unable to sleep the night before his first game back, due to excitement. He is still often referred to affectionately as 'Captain Canuck,' despite not having captained the team since 1997."

    - 1989 - Nominated for Calder Memorial Trophy
    - 1989 - Voted The Hockey News Rookie-of-the-Year
    - 1989 - NHL All-Rookie Team
    - 1991 - Played in NHL All-Star Game
    - 1992 - Played in NHL All-Star Game
    - 1997 - King Clancy Memorial Trophy
    - 2003 - Order of British Columbia
    - Member of Team Canada's 1998 Men's Olympic Hockey Team
    - Canucks all-time leader in both goals (299) and points (693)

    LW - Jiri Holik
    [IMAGE]http://img.radio.cz/pictures/ctk_a/holik_jiri.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "One of the best Czechoslovakian players ever. Holds a national record in games played to team Czechoslovakia (319). Was an elegant skater, excellent 2-way player, exceptionally reliable team player."

    - Olympic Medalist (Bronze: 1964, 1972) (Silver: 1968, 1976).
    - Most IIHF tournaments played: 14
    - IIHF Hall Of Fame 1999
    - National team: WC '64-'77
    - WC Gold '72, '76, 77
    - Canada Cup '76
    - scored 132 goals in 319 games for Czechoslovakia.

    LW - Rick MacLeish
    [IMAGE]http://images.comcast-spectacor.com/flyers/story/12397.JPG[/IMAGE]
    "Rick MacLeish would never be considered a bully on the Broad Street Bullies, but his importance to the team was immeasurable. He fluid style and incredible wrist shot made him a fan favorite. He was the leading playoff scorer during both of the Flyers successful cup runs and scored the Stanley Cup winning goal in 1974. He credited his improved play on the move from center to left wing."

    - All-Star Game: 1976, 1977, 1980
    - NHL Playoffs Points Leader: 1973-74 (22), 1974-75 (20)
    - NHL Playoffs Goals Leader: 1973-74 (13)

    LW - John Ferguson
    [IMAGE]http://www.bchhf.com/Inductees/ferguson/ferguson.jpg[/IMAGE]
    " Bruising left-winger John Ferguson earned quite a reputation in an NHL career that spanned just eight seasons. From the moment he suited up for the Montreal Canadiens Ferguson vowed to be "the meanest, rottenest, most miserable cuss ever to play in the NHL." The Canadiens had recruited the fierce forward because they felt the team lacked toughness, and John Ferguson delivered in spades."

    - AHL First All-Star Team (1963)
    - NHL All-Star Game (1965, 1967)
    - Stanley Cup Champion (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971)

    D - Brian Leetch
    [IMAGE]http://www.avonoldfarms.com/uploaded/photos/athletics/hallofame/leetch04.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "As the Rangers slowly developed into a championship-caliber team, Leetch won increasing respect from fans for his quiet demeanor and entertaining, offensive-minded play. In 1992 he became the fifth defenseman in history, and the only American defenseman, to record 100 points in a season and was awarded the Norris Trophy."

    - 2001-02 - Olympic Silver Medal (2002-USA)
    - 2001-02 - Olympic Tournament - All-Star Team
    - 1996-97 - NHL - First All-Star Team
    - 1995-96 - NHL - Second All-Star Team
    - 1993-94 - Stanley Cup (N.Y. Rangers)
    - 1993-94 - NHL - Conn Smythe Trophy (Playoffs' MVP)
    - 1993-94 - NHL - Second All-Star Team
    - James Norris Trophy (1992, 1997)
    - 1991-92 - NHL - First All-Star Team
    - 1990-91 - NHL - Second All-Star Team
    - 1989-90 - Played in NHL All-Star
    - 1988-89 - NHL - Calder Memorial Trophy
    - 1988-89 - NHL - All-Rookie Team

    D - Ken Reardon (alternate captain)
    [IMAGE]http://www.beehivehockey.com/images/player_images_group2/kenreardon2.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "War interrupted his professional hockey career. Reardon won the Field Marshall Montgomery Award of Merit and he spent two years with the Canadian Armed Forces team during World War Two."

    - Stanley Cup Winner (1944, 1946)
    - NHL second team All-Star in 1945, 1946, and 1947.
    - NHL first team All-Star in 1948
    - Hall of Fame (1966)

    D - Gary Suter
    [IMAGE]http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nhl/calgary/Mccrimmoncgy_176x250.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "When Suter first broke into the NHL with the Flames in 1985/86, he was your prototypical offensive defenseman. That year, he had 18 goals and 50 assists, and won NHL Rookie of the Year honors. Two years later, Suter put together a 91-point season (21 goals, 70 assists). Suter possesses a blistering shot from the point that is deadly accurate"

    - Calder Memorial Trophy Winner (1986)
    - Stanley Cup Champion (1989)
    - MVP of the World Championships (1985)
    - Calgary Flames single season assists record (70)
    - NHL All-Star Second Team: 1987-88 (Calgary)
    - NHL All-Rookie Team: 1985-86 (Calgary)
    - All-Star Game: 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991 (Calgary)
    - NHL Records: Most assists by a defenseman in one game (6 vs. Edmonton on April 4, 1986, shares record)

    D - Valeri Vasiliev
    [IMAGE]http://www.hhoflegendsclassic.com/side_pics/images/vasiliev_pics_01.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "Considered by many to be the toughest and most physical defenseman in Russian hockey history, Valeri Vasiliev was a punishing hitter who loved the physical play. Valeri reminded people of Hall of Famer Tim Horton. Valeri was a born leader and was a long-time captain of the national team. Because of his physical style he loved to play against NHL opposition. He thrived in that environment. He played in the 1972 Summit Series as well as the 1979 Challenge Cup. Valeri had a big part in neutralizing Wayne Gretzky, Guy Lafleur, Marcel Dionne and the other Canadian superstars in the 1981 Canada Cup final. Because of his physical style he loved to play against NHL opposition. He thrived in that environment. He played in the 1972 Summit Series as well as the 1979 Challenge Cup. "

    - He was a eight time World Champion (1970, 73,74,75,78,79,81 and 82)
    - Two time Olympic Gold medallist (1972 and 76).
    - In 1973,77 and 79 was voted best defenseman of the World Championships
    - Made the All-Star team in 1974,75,77,79 and 81.

    D - Larry Murphy
    [IMAGE]http://www.northstarshockey.com/murphy.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "You win with guys like Larry Murphy. He played big in big games. He showed up 82 nights a year and never brought baggage. He wasn't a complainer or a coach killer. He always had a positive spin on things. He partnered with three defensemen -- Coffey, Rod Langway and Nicklas Lidstrom -- in years that they won the Norris Trophy.

    The one thing that sticks out is that nobody ever was better on the offensive blue line at keeping the puck in," Patrick said. "He was outstanding, the puck never got by him and he always made a good play when he stopped it, no matter the pressure. There was nobody better. Bobby Orr was great at it, but Larry was better."


    - HOCKEY HALL OF FAME: Inducted 2004
    - NHL All-Star Second Team: 1986-87 (Washington), 1992-93, 1995 (Pittsburgh)
    - All-Star Game: 1994 (Pittsburgh), 1996 (Toronto), 1999 (Detroit)
    - Most points by a rookie defenseman (76 for Los Angeles in 1980-81)
    - Most assists by a rookie defenseman (60 for Los Angeles in 1980-81)
    - Most assists by a defenseman in the Stanley Cup Finals (9 for Pittsburgh in 1991)
    - Most assists in one Stanley Cup Finals game (4 for Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota on May 23, 1991)
    - Ranks 13th all time with 929 regular-season assists and 10th with 152 assists in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
    - Runner-up to Peter Stastny for the 1981 Calder Memorial Trophy

    D - Craig Ludwig
    [IMAGE]http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nhl/dallas/LudwigDal_185x250.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "The 6'3" defender was a solid addition to the Habs' blueline in 1982-83 and went on to play eight years for the club. His steady work was a factor when Montreal reached the semi-finals in 1984, won the Stanley Cup in 1986, and reached the finals again in 1989. His game was based on playing the body and using a variety of tricks to foil opposition forwards."

    - Stanley Cup Champion (1986, 1999)
    - One of the best shotblockers of his time
    - WCHA Second All-Star team in college

    D - Dave Babych
    [IMAGE]http://www.whalershockey.com/whalermania/images/photos/photo3x5babych.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "Babych is a two-time NHL All-Star and is known for sporting a large mustache."

    - All-Star Game: 1983 (Winnipeg), 1984 (Winnipeg)
    - Stanley Cup Finals (Lost): 1994 (Vancouver)
    - Hartford Most Valuable Defenseman: 1985-86, 1988-89
    - Hartford Founders Trophy (Community Service): 1989-90
    - Winnipeg Assists Leader: 1982-83 (61)
    - Winnipeg Playoffs Points Leader: 1985 (9)
    - Winnipeg Playoffs Assists Leader: 1985 (7)
    - Winnipeg Playoffs Penalty-Minutes Leader: 1982 (29)
    - Hartford Playoffs Points Leader: 1989 (6)
    - Hartford Playoffs Assists Leader: 1989 (5)

    G - Terry Sawchuk
    [IMAGE]http://hockeygoalies.org/bio/images/sawchuk2.gif[/IMAGE]
    "During his NHL career, Sawchuk played in 972 regular season games, winning 446 — a record that stood until Patrick Roy broke it in 1999-2000. His 103 shutouts are also a league record. In discussions regarding the greatest goaltenders of all time, Terry Sawchuk's name is one that must be included. "The Uke (Sawchuk) was the best goalie I ever saw," stated an emotional Gordie Howe. "Everything that a goalie should be!""

    - George Vezina Trophy - 4 (1952, 1953, 1955, 1965)
    - Calder Trophy - 1 (1951)
    - Stanley Cup - 4 (1952, 1954, 1955, 1967)
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1950.
    - First-Team National Hockey League All-Star, 1950-51.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1951.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1952.
    - First-Team National Hockey League All-Star, 1951-52.
    - First-Team National Hockey League All-Star, 1952-53.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1953.
    - Member of Stanley Cup-winning Detroit Red Wings, 1953-54.
    - Second-Team National Hockey League All-Star, 1953-54.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1954.
    - Second-Team National Hockey League All-Star, 1954-55.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1955.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1956.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1959.
    - Second-Team National Hockey League All-Star, 1958-59.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1963.
    - Second-Team National Hockey League All-Star, 1962-63.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1964.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star Game, 1968.
    - Recorded National Hockey League record 103 career shutouts, 1950-70.
    - Winner, Lester Patrick Trophy, 1971.
    - Inducted into National Hockey League Hall of Fame, 1971.

    G - Ed Giacomin
    [IMAGE]http://users.aol.com/maskman33/giac.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "A goaltender who was sometimes referred to as a third defenseman because of his excellent skating ability, Giacomin turned down baseball and football scholarships to play professional hockey."

    After a long stay in the minor leagues, mostly with the Providence Reds, Giacomin joined the NHL's New York Rangers in 1965 and was an iron man for four seasons, playing 68, 66, 70, and 70 games before Gilles Villemure arrived in 1969 to share goaltending duties."

    - Named to National Hockey League First All-Star team, 1966-67.
    - Named to National Hockey League Second All-Star team, 1967-68.
    - Named to National Hockey League Second All-Star team, 1968-69.
    - Named to National Hockey League Second All-Star team, 1969-70.
    - Named to National Hockey League First All-Star team, 1970-71.
    - Shared (with Gilles Villemure) Vezina Trophy, 1970-71.
    - Elected to Hockey Hall of Fame, 1987.

    G - Ron Hextall
    [IMAGE]http://users.aol.com/maskman32/hex98.jpg[/IMAGE]
    ""Hextall is probably the best goaltender I've ever played against in the NHL. Just when you think you'll bombard him, he comes up with the big saves. We always seem to get a 2-0 lead, then he tightens up, plays really well and doesn't give us anything." (Wayne Gretzky, May 1987)"

    - Named to American Hockey League All-Star first team, 1985-86.
    - First-Team American Hockey League All-Star Goaltender, 1985-86.
    - American Hockey League Rookie of the Year, 1985-86.
    - Winner, Dudley (Red) Garrett Memorial Trophy, 1985-86.
    - Named National Hockey League Rookie of the Month, November 1986.
    - Member, National Hockey League All-Rookie Team, 1986-87.
    - Named National Hockey League Rookie of the Year by The Sporting News, 1986-87.
    - Named to National Hockey League All-Star first team, 1986-87.
    - Named to The Sporting News All-Star second team, 1986-87.
    - Winner, Vezina Trophy, 1986-87.
    - Winner, Conn Smythe Trophy, 1986-87.
    - First goaltender to score a goal in regulation game, vs. Boston, December 8, 1987.
    - Played in National Hockey League All-Star game, 1988.
    - Scored a goal into a Washington empty net, becoming the first goaltender to score a goal in Stanley Cup play, April 11, 1989.


    Coach - Bob Johnson
    [IMAGE]http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nhl/pittsburgh/BadgerPit.jpg[/IMAGE]
    "In 1990, he was named the head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins. In his first season, he led the team, which was led by superstar Mario Lemieux, to a Stanley Cup championship victory over the Minnesota North Stars, four games to two. He was well-known amongst players and fans for his enthusiasm and unflappable optimism, immortalized through his famous catchphrase "It's a great day for hockey!""

    - Hockey Hall of Falme (1992)
    - 1973, 1977, 1981 NCAA Championships (Wisconson)
    - Stanley Cup Champion (1991)

     
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    Cy Denneny - Bill Cowley - Vladimir Martinec​
    Anatoli Firsov - Joe Primeau - Brian Bellows​
    Vsevolod Bobrov - Dave Taylor (A) - Peter McNab​
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    Coach - Toe Blake

    Toe Blake - Joe Sakic - Gordie Howe
    Vladimir Krutov - Igor Larionov - Sergei Makarov
    Alexander Ovechkin - Sergei Fedorov - Brad Richards
    Bob Pulford - Ralph Backstrom - Jere Lehtinen
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    Jacques Laperriere - Butch Bouchard
    Mike Ramsey - Vladimir Konstantinov
    Art Coulter - Jim Schoenfeld
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    Harry Lumley​

    Captain - Butch Bouchard
    Alternate - Joe Sakic
    Alternate - Art Coulter
     
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    Jersey Numbers:

    #1- George Hainsworth
    #1- Glenn Resch
    #2- Eddie Shore
    #3- Harry Howell
    #4- Bill Gadsby
    #4- Kevin Hatcher
    #5- Bernie Geoffrion
    #7- Howie Morenz
    #7- Rick Martin
    #8- Sid Smith
    #11- Marty Pavelich
    #12- Adam Oates
    #12- Pat Stapleton
    #12- Bryan Hextall
    #15- Bert Olmstead
    #18- Walt Tkaczuk
    #18- Ed Westfall
    #19- Jean Ratelle
    #19- Terry Harper
    #22- Rick Vaive
    #26- Patrik Elias
    #28- Steve Duchesne
    #31- Billy Smith

    Captain: Olmstead
    Alternates: Shore; Geoffrion

    Power Play:
    Martin - Morenz - Geoffrion ​
    Shore - Oates​

    Penalty Killing:
    Pavelich - Tkaczuk​
    Harper - Howell​
     
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    NEW JERSEY DEVILS
    :devils

    Coach: Lester Patrick

    #27 John Tonelli - #10 Syl Apps - #9 Charlie Conacher
    #6 Frank Nighbor - #88 Eric Lindros - #14 Vaclav Nedomansky
    #7 Keith Tkachuk - #17 Rod Brind'Amour - #22 Rick Tocchet
    #10 Craig Ramsay - #21 Brent Sutter - #8 Joe Klukay
    #16 Vladimir Petrov

    #77 Ray Bourque - #2 Mark Howe
    #2 Viacheslav Fetisov - #7 Alexei Kasatonov
    #2 Bill White - #19 Doug Mohns
    Lester Patrick

    #1 Jacques Plante
    #1 Chuck Rayner
    #2 Jiri Holecek

    Hart: (4) (6)
    Ray Bourque: Runner-up: 87, 90
    Jacques Plante: 62
    Charlie Conacher: Runner-up: 35
    Syl Apps: Runner-up: (3) 39, 40, 42
    Eric Lindros: 95
    Chuck Rayner: 50
    Frank Nighbor: 24

    Lester B. Pearson: (1)
    Eric Lindros: 95

    USSR Player of Year: (2)
    Viacheslav Fetisov: 82, 86

    Gold Stick Award (Europe's Top International Player): (3)
    Viacheslav Fetisov: (3) 84, 86, 90

    World Championship MVP: (1)
    Viacheslav Fetisov: 89

    World Championship Best Forward: (2)
    Vaclav Nedomansky: 74
    Eric Lindros: 93

    Canada Cup MVP: (1)
    John Tonelli: 84

    USSR Pravda Trophy (Most Points, Defenseman): (4)
    Viacheslav Fetisov: 84, 86, 87, 88

    Calder: (2) (0)
    Ray Bourque: 80
    Syl Apps: 37

    Lou Kaplan (WHA ROY): (1)
    Mark Howe: 74

    Vezina: (7) (1)
    Jacques Plante: 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 69 Runner-up: 70

    Norris: (5) (6)
    Ray Bourque: 87, 88, 90, 91, 94 Runner-up: 82, 85, 92, 93, 96, 01

    World Championship Best Defenseman: (6)
    Viacheslav Fetisov: (5) 78, 82, 85, 86, 89
    Alexei Kasatonov: (1) 83

    Lady Byng: (1) (2)
    Syl Apps: 42; Runner-up: (2) 47, 48

    Paul Daneau (WHA Most Gentlemenly Player): (1)
    Vaclav Nedomansky: 76

    Selke: (1) (3)
    Craig Ramsay: (1) 85; Runner-up: (3) 78, 80, 81

    NHL All-star Teams: (24) (20)
    Ray Bourque: 1st: (13) 80, 82, 84, 85, 87, 88, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 96, 01; 2nd: (6) 81, 83, 86, 89, 95, 99
    Jacques Plante: 1st: (3) 56, 59, 62; 2nd: (4) 57, 58, 60, 71
    Charlie Conacher: 1st: (3) 34, 35, 36; 2nd: (2) 32, 33
    Syl Apps: 1st: (2) 39, 42; 2nd: (3) 38, 41, 43
    Mark Howe: 1st: (3) 83, 86, 87
    Eric Lindros: 1st: 95; 2nd: 96
    John Tonelli: 2nd: (2) 82, 85
    Bill White: 2nd: (3) 72, 73, 74
    Lester Patrick: 1st: (7) 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38

    WHA All-star Teams: (1) (2)
    Mark Howe: 1st: 79; 2nd: (2) 74, 77

    USSR All-Star Team: (19)
    Viacheslav Fetisov: (10) 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88
    Alexei Kasatonov: (9) 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88

    World Championship All-star Team: (18)
    Viacheslav Fetisov: (8) 78, 82, 85, 86, 87, 89, 90, 91
    Alexei Kasatonov: (6) 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 91
    Vaclav Nedomansky: (3) 69, 70, 74
    Eric Lindros: 93

    Canada Cup All-Star Team: (3)
    Viacheslav Fetisov: (1) 87
    Alexei Kasatonov: (1) 81
    John Tonelli: (1) 84

    Art Ross: (2) (3)
    Charlie Conacher: (2) 34, 35
    Syl Apps: Runner-up: (2) 37, 38
    Eric Lindros: Runner-up: 95

    Czech. League Points Leaders: (4)
    Vaclav Nedomansky: (4) 67, 71, 72, 74

    Conn Smythe: (*Here for pre 65) (0/3)
    Jacques Plante - (1) 60*
    Charlie Conacher: (1) *32
    Syl Apps: (1) *42

    Stanley Cups: (*Captain) (17)
    Ray Bourque: 01
    Jacques Plante: (6) 53, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60
    Viacheslav Fetisov: (2) 97, 98
    Charlie Conacher: 32
    Syl Apps: (3) *42, *47, *48
    John Tonelli: (4) 80, 81, 82, 83

    Avco Cup (WHA Championship): (2)
    Mark Howe: (2) 74, 75

    NHL Goal Scoring Leaders: (5)
    Charlie Conacher: (5) 31, 32, 34, 35, 36

    Czech. League Goal Scoring Leaders: (5)
    Vaclav Nedomansky: (5) 67, 70, 71, 72, 74

    NHL Assist Leaders: (2)
    Syl Apps: (2) 37, 38

    NHL Defensive leaders:
    Ray Bourque:
    Doug Mohns: Goals: 60, 61, 62 Points: 60

    Player - Hgt. - Wgt. - Shot
    Ray Bourque - 5'11", 219 lbs, Shoots: left
    Jacques Plante - 6'0", 175 lbs, Catches: left
    Viacheslav Fetisov - 6'1", 220 lbs, Shoots: left
    Charlie Conacher - 6'1", 202 lbs, Shoots: right
    Syl Apps - 6'0", 185 lbs, Shoots: right
    Alexei Kasatonov - 6'1", 215 lbs, Shoots: left
    Mark Howe - 5'11", 185 lbs, Shoots: left
    Vaclav Nedomansky - 6'2", 205 lbs, Shoots: left
    Eric Lindros - 6'4", 240 lbs, Shoots: right
    John Tonelli - 6'1", 200 lbs, Shoots: left
    Craig Ramsay - 5'10", 175 lbs, Shoots: left
    Rod Brind'Amour - 6'1", 203 lbs, Shoots: left
    Bill White - 6'2", 195 lbs, Shoots: right
    Brent Sutter – 6’0â€, 188 lbs, Shoots: right
    Rick Tocchet – 6’0â€, 210 lbs, Shoots: right
    Keith Tkachuk – 6’2â€, 220 lbs, Shoots: left
    Chuck Rayner - 5'11", 190 lbs, Catches: left
    Doug Mohns - 6’0â€, 185 lbs, Shoots: left
    Joe Klukay - 6'0", 175 lbs, Shoots: left
    Frank Nighbor - 5'9", 160 lbs, Shoots: right
    Vladimir Petrov - 6'0", 198 lbs, Shoots: right
    Jiri Holecek – 5’11â€, 165 lbs, Catches: left
    Lester Patrick - 6’1â€, 180lbs, Shoots: left

    Ray Bourque NHL GP 1612 G 410 A 1169 Pts 1579 PIM 1141 PO GP 214 G 41 A 139 Pts 180 PIM 171 OLY GP 6 G 1 A 2 Pts 3 PIM 4 Can-Cup GP 24 G 3 A 14 Pts 17 PIM 24

    Jacques Plante NHL GP 837 W 435 L 247 T 145 GAA 2.38 SO 82 PO GP 112 W 71 L 36 GAA 2.14 SO 14 WHA GP 31 W 15 L 14 T 1 GAA 3.32 SO 1

    Viacheslav Fetisov NHL GP 546 G 36 A 192 Pts 228 PIM 656 PO GP 116 G 2 A 26 Pts 28 PIM 147 USSR GP 480 G 153 A 221 Pts 374 PIM 370 WEC-A GP 101 G 36 A 60 Pts 96 PIM 89 OLY GP 22 G 12 A 21 Pts 33 PIM 24 Can-Cup GP 16 G 3 A 12 Pts 15 PIM 19 W-Cup GP 4 G 0 A 2 Pts 2 PIM 12

    Charlie Conacher NHL GP 459 G 225 A 173 Pts 398 PIM 523 PO GP 49 G 17 A 18 Pts 35 PIM 49

    Syl Apps NHL GP 423 G 201 A 231 Pts 432 PIM 56 PO GP 69 G 25 A 29 Pts 54 PIM 8

    Alexei Kasatonov NHL GP 383 G 38 A 122 Pts 160 PIM 326 PO GP 33 G 4 A 7 Pts 11 PIM 40 USSR GP 576 G 124 A 219 Pts 343 PIM 386 PO GP 1 G 0 A 0 Pts 0 PIM 0 WC-A GP 77 G 18 A 34 Pts 52 Pim 69 SuperS GP 24 G 4 A 12 Pts 16 PIM 18 OLY GP 21 G 7 A 14 Pts 21 PIM 8 CanCup GP 27 G 3 A 19 Pts 22 PIM 20

    Mark Howe NHL GP 929 G 197 A 545 Pts 742 PIM 455 PO GP 101 G 10 A 51 Pts 61 PIM 34 WHA GP 426 G 208 A 296 Pts 504 PIM 198 PO GP 74 G 41 A 51 Pts 92 PIM 48 Sum74 GP 7 G 2 A 4 Pts 6 PIM 4 CanCup GP 6 G 0 A 4 Pts 4 PIM 2 OLY GP 6 G 0 A 0 Pts 0 PIM 0

    Vaclav Nedomansky NHL GP 421 G 122 A 156 Pts 278 PIM 88 PO GP 7 G 3 A 5 Pts 8 PIM 0 WHA GP 252 G 135 A 118 Pts 253 PIM 43 PO GP 6 G 3 A 1 Pts 4 PIM 9 Czech* GP 419 G 369 A 159 Pts 528 PIM 55 PO GP 22 G 16 A 9 Pts 25 PIM 9 WC-A GP 80 G 67 A 34 Pts 101 PIM 51 OLY GP 13 G 13 A 5 Pts 18 PIM 4
    * incomplete stats

    Eric Lindros NHL GP 678 G 356 A 461 Pts 817 PIM 1285 PO GP 50 G 24 A 33 Pts 57 PIM 118 WC-A GP 8 G 11 A 6 Pts 17 PIM 10 OLY GP 20 G 8 A 9 Pts 17 PIM 15 Can-Cup GP 8 G 3 A 2 Pts 5 PIM 8 W-Cup GP 8 G 3 A 3 Pts 6 PIM 10

    John Tonelli NHL GP 1,028 G 325 A 511 Pts 836 PIM 911 PO GP 172 G 40 A 75 Pts 115 PIM 200 WHA GP 224 G 64 A 86 Pts 150 PIM 278 PO GP 34 G 11 A 14 Pts 25 PIM 38 Can-Cup GP 8 G 3 A 6 Pts 9 PIM 2

    Craig Ramsay NHL GP 1070 G 252 A 420 Pts 672 PIM 201 PO GP 89 G 17 A 31 Pts 48 PIM 27

    Rod Brind'Amour NHL GP 1109 G 351 A 560 Pts 911 PIM 876 PO GP 116 G 38 A 51 Pts 89 PIM 73 OLY GP 6 G 1 A 2 Pts 3 PIM 0 WC-A GP 22 G 8 A 4 Pts 12 PIM 12 W-Cup GP 7 G 1 A 2 Pts 3 PIM 0

    Bill White NHL GP 604 G 50 A 215 Pts 265 PIM 495 PO GP 91 G 7 A 32 Pts 39 PIM 76 Sum72 GP 7 G 1 A 1 Pts 2 PIM 8

    Chuck Rayner NHL GP 424 W 138 L 208 T 77 SO 25 GAA 3.05 PO GP 18 W 9 L 9 SO 1 GAA 2.43

    Doug Mohns NHL GP 1390 G 248 A 462 Pts 710 PIM 1250 PO GP 94 G 14 A 36 Pts 50 PIM 122

    Frank Nighbor NHL GP 349 G 139 A 98 Pts 237 PIM 249 PO GP 36 G 11 A 12 Pts 23 PIM 25 NHA/PCHA GP 89 G 118 A 27 Pts 145 PIM 77 PO GP 5 G 5 A 7 Pts 12 PIM 12
     
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    Coach: Dick Irvin


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    #1 - Johnny Bower
    #1 - Georges Vezina
    #1;4;6;12 - Babe Siebert
    #2;5;20 - James R.Thomson
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    #2;3;5;12;15 - Flash Hollett
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    #7 - Joe Mullen
    #7;17 - Frank Boucher
    #7;9;16 - Norm Ullman
    #8;9 - Roy Conacher
    #9;20 - John Bucyk
    #12 - Bill Guerin
    #12;21 - Gordie Drillon
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    #21 - Stan Mikita
    #27 - Jeremy Roenick
    #68 - Jaromir Jagr
     
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    14- Mattias Norstrom
    23- Petr Svoboda


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    1- Sean Burke

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    -Ulf Nilsson 1976,1978
    -Lars-Erik Sjoberg 1978, 1979


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    -Milt schmidt 1940
    -Max Bentley 1946,1947
    -Doug Bentley 1943

    Calder Memorial Trophy (2)
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    -Roger Crozier 1965

    WHA Rookie of the Year (1)
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    -Roger Crozier 1966

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    -Milt Schmidt 1951
    -Max Bentley 1946
    -Andy Bathgate 1959
    -Babe Pratt 1944
    -Al Rollins 1954

    MVP WHA(2)
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    WHA Best Defenceman (1)
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    Lester Patrick Trophy (3)
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    -Milt Schmidt 1996
    -Alex Delvecchio 1974

    Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (6)
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    -Max Bentley 1943
    -Ales Delvecchio 1959,1966,1969
    -Bill Mosienko 1945

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    -Al Rollins 1951

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    -Alex Delvecchio 1953,1959
    -Babe Pratt 1945
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    -Dean Prentice 1960
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    -Paul Thompson 1936
    -Todd Sloan 1956
    -Bob Goldham 1955

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    -Ulf Nilsson 1076,1978
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    -Lars-Erik Sjoberg 1978

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    Elmer Vasko(22)-Babe Pratt (2)
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    Assistant: Ted Green
    Assistant: Mike Rogers

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    # 18 Craig Simpson - # 21 Dennis Maruk - # 14 Rene Robert
    # 14 Ab McDonald - # 11 Steve Kasper - # 15 Jamie Langenbrunner
    # 61 Rick Nash - # 10 Pierre Larouche - # 82 Marion Gaborik
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    # 21 Jason Smith - # 6 Ted Green
    Billy Burch

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    20 Lynn Patrick-7 Garry Unger-17 Ken Wharram
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    Stanley Cups: Dick Duff (6), Eddie Gerard (4), Coach Punch Imlach (4), Steve Smith (3), Bun Cook (2), Mickey Redmond (2), Marty McSorley (2), Lynn Patrick, Ken Wharram, Mike McPhee, Jamie Macoun, Jim Peplinski, Sandis Ozolinsh. Total: 29
    HHOF: Eddie Gerard, Lynn Patrick, Bun Cook, Dick Duff, Punch Imlach (builder)
    First team all-star: Lynn Patrick (1942), Ken Wharram (1964 and 1967), Mickey Redmond (1973), Sandis Ozilinsch (1997).
    Second team all-star: Bun Cook (1931), Lynn Patrick (1943), Dennis Hull (1973), Don Edwards (1978 and 1980), Darren Puppa (1990), Kirk McLean (1992)
     
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