Team Canada: Parsing the CHL and other leagues 1988-2005

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  1. Form and Substance

    Form and Substance Registered User

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    Let's break down the number of players that made team Canada by their respective leagues.

    1988
    Result: Gold

    OHL: Adam Graves, Dan Currie, Jody Hull, Marc Laniel, Jeff Hackett
    WHL: Theo Fleury, Greg Hawgood, Joe Sakic, Rob Brown, Sheldon Kennedy, Mark Recchi, Chris Joseph, Trevor Linden, Mark Pederson, Warren Babe, Rob Dimaio, Scott Mccrady, Wayne Mcbean
    QMJHL: Eric Desjardins, Jim Waite

    WHL: 13 players
    OHL: 5 players
    QMJHL: 2 players

    1989
    Result: 4th place

    OHL: Rob Cimetta, Mike Ricci, Sheldon Kennedy,Andrew Cassels, Jamie Leach, Corey Foster, Darrin Shannon, John McIntyre, Gus Morschauser
    WHL: Dan Lambert, Darcy Loewen
    QMJHL: Reggie Savage, Eric Desjardins, Martin Gelinas, Steve Veilleux, Stephane Fiset, Yves Racine, Rob Murphy
    NCAA: Rob Brind'Amour, Geoff Smith

    OHL: 9 players
    QMJHL: 7 players
    WHL: 2 players
    NCAA: 2 players

    1990
    Result: Gold

    OHL: Eric Lindros, Mike Ricci, Mike Craig, Steve Rice, Trevor Kidd
    WHL: Wes Walz, Stu Barnes, Dave Chyzowski, Mike Needham, Kevin Haller, Stewart Malgunas
    QMJHL: Patrice Brisebois, Stephane Fiset
    NCAA: Scott Pellerin, Dwayne Norris, Jason Herter, Dan Ratushny, Kent Manderville
    CDN National: Kris Draper
    IHL: Adrien Plavsic

    WHL: 6 players
    NCAA: 5 players
    OHL: 5 players
    QMJHL: 2 players
    CDN N'tl Team: 1 player
    IHL: 1 player

    1991
    Result: Gold

    WHL: Scott Niedermayer, Mike Sillinger, Jason Marshall, Pat Falloon
    OHL: Kris Draper, John Slaney, Eric Lindros, Trevor Kidd, Chris Snell, Brad May, Dale Craigwell, Scott Thornton, Steve Rice, Mike Craig
    QMJHL: Patrice Brisebois, Pierre Sevigny, Martin Lapointe, Karl Dykhuis, Felix Potvin
    NCAA: Greg Johnson, David Harlock, Kent Manderville

    OHL: 10 players
    QMJHL: 5 players
    WHL: 4 players
    NCAA: 3 players

    1992
    Result: 6th place

    WHL: Kimbi Daniels, Scott Niedermayer, Darryl Sydor, Steve Junker, Andy Schneider, Richard Matvichuk, Tyler Wright, Jeff Nelson, Turner Stevenson
    OHL: Eric Lindros, Trevor Kidd, Mike Fountain, Chad Penney, Jassen Cullimore, John Slaney
    QMJHL: Martin Lapointe, David St. Pierre, Karl Dykhuis, Patrick Poulin
    NCAA: Ryan Hughes, Brad Bombardir
    BCJHL: Paul Kariya

    WHL: 9 players
    OHL: 6 players
    QMJHL: 4 players
    NCAA: 2 players
    BCJHL: 1 player

    1993
    Result: Gold

    WHL: Tyler Wright, Darcy Werenka, Rob Niedermayer, Mike Rathje, Jeff Shantz, Dean Mccammond, Jason Smith
    OHL: Manny Legace, Ralph Intranuovo, Chris Pronger, Jason Dawe, Brent Tully, Chris Gratton, Nathan Lafayette, Jeff Bes
    QMJHL: Martin Lapointe, Phillippe Derouville, Alex Daigle, Joel Bouchard, Martin Gendron
    NCAA: Paul Kariya
    Cdn Int'l: Adrian Aucoin

    OHL: 8 players
    WHL: 7 players
    QMJHL: 5 players
    NCAA: 1 player
    Cdn Int'l: 1 player

    1994

    Result: Gold

    OHL: Jason Allison, Todd Harvey, Aaron Gavey, Nick Stajduhar, Mike Peca, Marty Murray, Drew Bannister, Curtis Bowen, Brandon Convery, Brent Tully, Jamie Storr
    WHL: Rick Girard, Jeff Friesen, Chris Armstrong, Bryan Mccabe, Brendan Witt
    QMJHL: Martin Gendron, Yannick Dubé, Joel Bouchard, Manny Fernandez
    NCAA: Anson Carter, Jason Botteril

    OHL: 11 players
    WHL: 5 players
    QMJHL: 4 players
    NCAA: 2 players

    1995
    Result: Gold

    OHL: Marty Murray, Jason Allison, Todd Harvey, Jamie Rivers, Jeff O'Neill, Larry Courville, Ed Jovanovski, Shean Donovan, Dan Cloutier, Jamie Storr
    WHL: Jeff Friesen, Ryan Smyth,Wade Redden, Dennis Pederson, Darcy Tucker, Lee Sorochan, Nolan Baumgartner, Chad Allan, Bryan Mccabe
    QMJHL: Eric Daze, Alex Daigle
    NCAA: Jason Botteril

    OHL: 10 players
    WHL 9 players
    QMJHL: 2 players
    NCAA: 1 player

    1996
    Result: Gold

    OHL: Alyn Mccauley, Craig Mills, Jamie Wright
    WHL: Chad Allan, Nolan Baumgartner, Jason Holland, Chris Phillips, Wade Redden,Curtis Brown, Jarome Iginla, Hnat Domenichelli, Robb Gordon, Damon Langkow, Brad Larsen, Jason Podollan
    QMJHL: Jose Theodore, Marc Denis, Denis Gauthier, Christian Dube
    NCAA: Jason Botteril, Mike Watt
    NHL: Rhett Warrener

    WHL: 12 players
    QMJHL: 4 players
    OHL: 3 players
    NCAA: 2 players
    NHL: 1 player

    1997
    Result: Gold

    OHL: Joe Thornton, Richard Jackman, Jeff Ware, Boyd Devereaux, Dwayne Hay, Trevor Letowski, Cameron Mann, Alyn Mccauley
    WHL: Hugh Hamilton, Chris Phillips, Corey Sarich, Jesse Wallin, Brad Isbister, Brad Larsen, Trent Whitfield, Shane Willis
    QMJHL: Martin Biron, Marc Denis, Jason Doig, Daniel Briere, Christian Dube

    OHL: 8 players
    WHL: 8 players
    QMJHL: 5 players

    1998
    Result: 8th place

    OHL: Sean Blanchard, Manny Malhotra, Dan Tchaczuk, Matt Cooke, Jason Ward, Brian Willsie, Matt Bradley
    WHL: Brad Ference, Eric Brewer, Jesse Wallin, Zenith Komamiski, Cory Sarich, Brett Mclean, Jogh Holden
    QMJHL: Roberto Luongo, Mathieu Garon, Steve Begin, Vincent
    Lecavalier, Daniel Corso, JP Dumont, Alex Tanguay
    NCAA: Mike Van Ryn

    QMJHL: 7 players
    OHL: 7 players
    WHL: 7 players
    NCAA: 1 player

    1999

    Result: Silver

    OHL: Brian Finley, Bryan Allen, Bruan Campbell, Harold Druken, Adam Mair, Kent McDonnell, Dan Tkaczuk, Jason Ward
    WHL: Brad Ference, andrew Ference, Robyn Regehr, Brad Stuart, Blair Betts, Tyler Bouck, Kyle Calder, Jason Chimera, Brad Leeb, Brendan Morrow
    QMJHL: Roberto Luongo, Simon Gagne
    NCAA: Mike Van Ryn

    WHL: 11 players
    OHL: 8 players
    QMJHL: 2 players
    NCAA: 1 player

    2000

    Result: Bronze

    OHL: Brian Finley, Mark Bell, Jason Spezza
    WHL: Jay Bouwmeester, Barrett Jackman, Tyler Bouck, Matt Kinch, Steven Mccarthy, Kyle Rossiter, Jamie Lundmark, Chris Nielsen
    QMJHL: Maxime Ouellet, Mike Ribeiro, Joe Rullier, Eric Chouinard, Brandon Reid, Brad Richards, Michael Ryder
    NHL: Manny Malhotra, Mathieu Biron
    NCAA: Matt Pettinger, Dany Heatley

    WHL: 8 players
    QMJHL: 7 players
    OHL: 3 players
    NCAA: 2 players
    NHL: 2 players

    2001
    Result: Bronze

    OHL: Jason Spezza, Alex Auld, Jay Harrison, Mark Popovic, Brad Boyes, Jason Jaspers, Derek McKenzie, Steve Ott, Raffi Torres, Mike Zigomanis
    WHL: Jay Bowmeester, Dan Hamhuis, Barrett Jackman, Nick Schultz, Jamie Lundmark, Jared Stoll, David Morrisset
    QMJHL: Maxime Ouellet, Brandon Reid
    NCAA: Dany Heatley, Mike Cammalleri
    NHL: Steve Mccarthy

    2002
    Result: Silver

    OHL: Stephen Weiss, Jason Spezza, Steve Ott, Rick Nash, Jay McClement, Brad Boyes, Mark Popovic, Jay Harrison, Carlo Colaiacovo
    WHL: Jay Bouwmeester, Dan Hamhuis, Nathan Paetsch, Jared Aulin, Chuck Kobasew, Garth Murray, Jared Stoll, Bryan Sutherby, Scottie Upshall
    QMJHL: Pascal Leclaire, Olivier Michaud
    NCAA: Mike Cammalleri
    NHL: Nick Shultz

    OHL: 9 players
    WHL: 9 players
    QMJHL: 2 players
    NCAA: 1 player
    NHL: 1 player

    2003
    Result: Silver

    OHL: Carlo Colaiacovo, Brendan Bell, Gregory Campbell, Jay Mcclement, Daniel Paillé, Derek Roy, Matt Stajan, Kyle Wellwood
    WHL: Jordon Tootoo, Scottie Upshall, Joffrey Lupul, Brooks Laich, Ian White, Jeff Woywitka, Nathan Paetsch, Boyd Gordon,
    QMJHL: Marc-André Fleury, Alexandre Rouleau, Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau
    NCAA: David LeNeveu
    NHL: Pierre-Marc Bouchard, Steve Eminger

    WHL: 8 players
    OHL: 8 players
    QMJHL: 3 players
    NHL: 2 players
    NCAA: 1 players

    2004
    Result: Silver

    OHL: Michael Richards, Jeff Carter, Daniel Paille, Tim Brent, Kevin Klein, Anthony Stewart
    WHL: Nigel Dawes, Jeremy Colliton, Ryan Getzlaf, Josh Harding, Brent Seabrooke, Dion Phaneuf, Josh Gorges, Derek Meech, Braydon Coburn, Shawn Belle
    QMJHL: Sidney Crosby, Stephen Dixon, Maxime Talbot, Marc-André Fleury
    NCAA: Jeff Tambellini
    NHL: Brent Burns

    WHL: 10 players
    OHL: 6 players
    QMJHL: 4 players
    NCAA: 1 player
    NHL: 1 player

    2005
    Result: pending (but most likely gold :D )

    OHL: Danny Syvret, Kyle Quincey, Jeff Carter, Corey Perry, Anthony Stewart, Michael Richards
    WHL: Braydon Coburn, Jeff Glass, Rejean Beauchemin, Cam Barker, Dion Phaneuf, Clarke McCarthur, Ryan Getzlaf, Andrew Ladd, Colin Fraser, Brent Seabrooke, Shea Weber, Nigel Dawes
    QMJHL: Sidney Crosby, Stephen Dixon
    AHL: Brent Burns, Patrice Bergerson

    WHL: 12 players :amazed:
    OHL: 6 players
    AHL: 2 players
    QMJHL: 2 players :madfire:
     
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    Were you "flaming mad" when there was only 4 players from the Q last year, 3 the year before, and 3 the year before that?

    Or is it just a big deal this time around?
     
  3. I was thinking the exact same thing.
     
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    I think people, much like myself, are disappointed at the lack of Q players because the Q has a very good group right now. Guys like Steve Bernier, Alexandre Picard (F), Alex Bourret, Julien Ellis, and the Rimouski boys may have dserved at least a tryout.
     
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    You're right... when I think about it, I spent 2 hours researching to write this thread and it has no point :joker:
    What I was getting at is that this year is almost no different from any other year, except the late '90s where many Q players were chosen. There is no science to it I suppose, but I was hoping this year that Bernier, Picard and Pouliot would have a chance to play.
     
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