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03-24-2009, 03:50 PM
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chaosrevolver
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D - Marcus Ragnarsson

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Originally Posted by vancityluongo
Ragnarsson was a defensive anchor on the Swedish National team. A shutdown specialist, who also had a bit of an edge. Also a key member of the Flyers and Sharks defense for a number of years, he'll be counted on to play a solid defensive game, and make sure his presence is known whenever he steps foot on the ice.
D - Yuri Shatalov
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Originally Posted by The Summit In 1972
Yuri Shatalov was a steady defenseman....known as a fearless shot-blocker and a fast skater with distinct talent to play impressive physical hockey...he always appeared on the ice in the key moments of the game.
C - Orest Kindrachuk

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Originally Posted by Legends of Hockey
A solid playmaking centre who could play defence and kill penalties, Orest Kindrachuk played over 500 games for three different NHL teams. He topped the 30-assist mark five times in his career and was dangerous on the powerplay and while shorthanded.
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Originally Posted by Fred Shero
He was the kind of player you wanted out there in the tough situations because he had both the brains and guts.
NHL Career
GM: 594
G: 138
A: 281
P: 419
PIM: 701
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RW - Willy Lindstrom

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Originally Posted by Legends of Hockey
Right-winger Willy Lindstrom was an exciting combination of speed and scoring during his eight years in the NHL. He recorded five 20-goal seasons and was very dangerous on the power play. The talented forward was also respected for turning his game up a notch in the post-season.

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