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10-17-2010, 08:16 AM
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Queen's University selects 6'0 210 lbs defenseman Igor Stelnov, the 11-season veteran of the fabled Red Army team from 1979-1989. He was called on for numerous international competitions, including the 1984 and 1988 Olympics, the 1984 and 1987 Canada Cups, two WJCs and two WCs. He won two WC Gold medals, and two Olympic Golds. He played 409 Russian league games and represented Russia internationally 153 times in total.



The blueline duo of Igor Stelnov and Sergei Starikov are the Soviets third great pairing of the eighties on the national team, and the second pairing longterm on the Red Army team. They played together internationally on the Soviets greatest team from 1982 until 1988, Starikov debuting internationally in 1978 and the bit younger Stelnov continuing until 1990.

On the winning goal of the '87 Canada Cup Hawerchuk hooked Vyacheslav Bykov and [undrafted dman] was the defenseman caught up ice leaving poor #4 Igor Stelnov alone to defend against Gretzky, Lemieux and Murphy and we all know what happened.

In the '84 Canada Cup semifinal, Stelnov was surging to the net in the third period when Larry Robinson pulled him down, resulting in a penalty against Canada and the Soviets tied the game 1-1 on the powerplay in what ended up an overtime game.


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10-17-2010, 08:39 AM
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Regina selects a (at this level) dynamic offensive force at LW - Among active players with 400+ games, he's actually the leader in adjusted even strength points per game, and overall adjusted points per game, for that matter. With 1.02 adjusted PPG, he's actually 0.14 ahead of anyone else with 500 games played.

He doesn't do much other than score, but he's about as good at it as anyone in the MLD.

And if you're mean to him he'll kick you.

Martin Havlat, LW
Not that you need any more help, but I have Havlat listed as playing both RW and LW on my shortlist.

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10-17-2010, 08:41 AM
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Regina selects a (at this level) dynamic offensive force at LW Martin Havlat, LW
Nice. Get yourself an extra skater or depth offensive guy to step in for his injuries (is there a more injury prone, constitutionally challenged offensive player in the contemporary era?) and you're set.

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10-17-2010, 08:43 AM
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The Tigers draft Alexander Semin.



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Owns one of the best shots in the NHL. Has the creativity, offensive wizardry and soft hands of a supreme goal-scorer. Is lethal one-on-one and can break a game open at any time.
* 305 points in 332 NHL games
* averaged 30 goals a season over a four year stretch
* 24 points in 28 NHL playoff games
* 44 shots on Halak in '10 playoffs, so don't criticize him, the goalie was hot
* 6 goals, 13 points in the 2008 World Championships, winning the Gold medal


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10-17-2010, 10:05 AM
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At 5'11" and 180lbs MacIver was a small defenseman by NHL standards, but he often carried a big load on his shoulders.

He was a fantastic catalyst from the blue line, generating offense with strong clearing passes, by rushing the puck out of the zone or by jumping into the zone for the extra attacker. He handled prime minutes quarterbacking the power play. He was a superb puckhandler and a quick skater who used his wits and intelligence to survive in the NHL.

The Oilers left MacIver unprotected for the 1992 NHL expansion draft, and the Ottawa Senators were quick to grab him. He became a workhorse for the Senators, who at that time were one of the worst teams in NHL history. MacIver gave it everything he had, and on many nights was the most noticable Senator on the ice for both his effort and creativity. He actually led the Sens in scoring in their debut season of 1992-93 with 17 goals and 46 assists for 63 points in 80 games.

The vastly underrated MacIver finished his career with 500 games played, 55 goals, 230 assists and 285 points
- has adjusted +/- of +46 (406th all-time) even though he spent most of his career on horrible teams


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10-17-2010, 11:32 AM
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RW Petr Sykora



1x Top 21 Goals (21)
3x Top 25 Assists (17, 20, 24)
3x Top 27 Points (17, 20, 27)
3x Top 10 PPG (5, 6, 8)
1x NHL 1st-Team All Rookie
8x 50 Point Scorer in the middle of the dead puck era (one of 8 players that seventies mentioned)
677 points in 935 career games (730 points adjusted)
2x Stanley Cup Champion
62 points in 96 games during which his team went to the Stanley Cup
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After playing junior hockey in his native Czechoslovakia, Petr Sykora moved to North America in 1993-94 to play in the IHL. He played for his home country at the World Junior Championships in 1994 and 1995 and was selected by the Devils in the first round of the 1995 NHL Entry Draft.

Sykora made his NHL debut with the Devils in 1995-96 and split the next three seasons with New Jersey and their AHL affiliate in Albany before playing his first full year in the NHL in 1995-96 where he was named to the NHL All-Rookie Team after finishing the year with 42 points. Sykora and the Devils captured Lord Stanley's Cup in the spring of 2000 and headed back to the finals the next year, only to be beaten by the Colorado Avalanche in seven games. Although the Devils fell short in their hopes of repeating as Cup champions, Sykora managed to esablish a career high in goals (35), assists (46) and points (81).

An offensively gifted player, Sykora represented his homeland at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City before being dealt to the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the summer of 2002.

In an unexpected twist of fate, Sykora faced off against his former Devil teammates in the 2003 Stanley Cup Final. Despite leading his team with a team-high 13 points, Sykora watched the Devils win the series in a hard-fought seven games. The former first rounder went on to play one more full season with the Ducks before being dealt to the New York Rangers midway through the 2005-06 season.

In 40 games with the Rangers, Sykora totaled 31 points (16-15-31) however was not resigned by the club in the off-season. The Edmonton Oilers signed the free agent on August 11, 2006. In Edmonton, Sykora appeared in all of the teams 82 regular season games, finishing tied for first in scoring on the club with 53 points. For the seventh time in his career, Sykora eclipsed the 20 goal mark while helping shore up the Oiler power play.

Following the regular season, Sykora signed as a free agent with the Pittsburgh Penguins in the off-season. In signing with the Penguins, Sykora was re-united with former Magnitogorsk teammates Evgeni Malkin and Sergei Gonchar. This move that would prove fortuitous for both Sykora and the Penguins as the team would go on to win the Stanley Cup that June. Though injuries limited Petr to just 7 playoff games, his leadership was instrumental.

Aside from his World Junior and Olympic appearances, Sykora represented his homeland at the 1996 and 2004 World Cup and the 1998, 1999 and 2005 World Championships.
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In the 1995 NHL Entry Draft, Sýkora was drafted in the first round, 18th overall, by the New Jersey Devils. Among that draft class, only Jarome Iginla has scored more points.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petr_S%C3%BDkora

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At age 17, Petr Sykora made a powerful impact on American hockey...his talent catching the attention of NHL scouts as a surefire impact player.

Sykora joined the Stanley Cup champion Devils the following Autumn, playing like a seasoned veteran after learning the North American game in the IHL.

By 1998-99, Petr accelerated his game under coach Robbie Ftorek, and erected a 72 point season, tops on the first place Devs. His success was due to the creation of one of the 1990's most vaunted lines, the A-Line, which united Sykora on right wing, with countryman Patrik Elias on the left and center Jason Arnott. The team would come up short in the ensuing playoffs, but the A-Line would carry the club to a monster 2000-01 campaign with a combined 232 points and plus-104 rating.

Sykora would help the Devils win the cup despite being hospitalized in Game 6 after a vicious Derian Hatcher hit.
http://books.google.com/books?id=wpb...sykora&f=false

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That set the stage for 1999-00, when he and his linemates-center Jason Arnott and right wing Petr Sykora- were very possibly the best forward line in the league.
http://books.google.com/books?id=GgT...sykora&f=false

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Petr Sykora Center — New Jersey Rookie Season: 1995 - 96 Petr Sykora surprised many experts by playing with the poise of a veteran in his freshman season.
http://books.google.com/books?id=Yb4...=0CFMQ6AEwCTgK

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The club is starting to reap the benefits of previous entry-draft picks, as Petr Sykora, a former sensation in the Czech league, settled in nicely last season.
http://books.google.com/books?id=9pH...=0CDQQ6AEwBDge

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Still, they're clinging to the hope that 19 year old Petr Sykora continues to provide a veteran's points.
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10-17-2010, 12:48 PM
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Lindsay starred for four seasons on the Victoria Aristocrats and led the PCHA in wins in 1913 and 1914. The talented backstopper was named to the association's all-star team in 1913. Two years later he returned to the NHA with the Montreal Wanderers and played with the club for two seasons. He was on hand when the Wanderers became one of the founding members of the NHL in 1917 then folded after their arena burned to the ground

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The Tigers draft Alexander Semin.





* 305 points in 332 NHL games
* averaged 30 goals a season over a four year stretch
* 24 points in 28 NHL playoff games
* 44 shots on Halak in '10 playoffs, so don't criticize him, the goalie was hot
* 6 goals, 13 points in the 2008 World Championships, winning the Gold medal
Damn, there goes the best enforcer in the draft.

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10-17-2010, 12:53 PM
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I'm sure I'm not the only one laughing at the quote praising Petr Sykora for his "leadership."

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Nice. Get yourself an extra skater or depth offensive guy to step in for his injuries (is there a more injury prone, constitutionally challenged offensive player in the contemporary era?) and you're set.
I did a search for all players who played in both the 2001 and 2010 seasons and saw how many had played fewer games than him... there are actually quite a few, and a few good ones as well.

Of course, I agree he's injury prone - there is no doubt about that.

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* 305 points in 332 NHL games
* averaged 30 goals a season over a four year stretch
* 24 points in 28 NHL playoff games
* 44 shots on Halak in '10 playoffs, so don't criticize him, the goalie was hot
* 6 goals, 13 points in the 2008 World Championships, winning the Gold medal
Not bad. almost as high adjusted PPG as Havlat, and in 2/3 as many games.

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- has adjusted +/- of +46 (406th all-time) even though he spent most of his career on horrible teams
At least some of that adjusted +/- is due to sheltered minutes (Olausson factor) - he's definitely a smallish, physicality-averse PP specialist.

I like adjusted +/- too, but you can have both - guys who managed to get a lot of icetime AND have a good adjusted +/-.

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Good pick. He was my #1 backup choice. Comparing him to available modern goalies is not an exercise I'm very interested in, but I'd have liked to reprise my MLD tandem setup with the modern guy and the underappreciated pre-merger guy.

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Damn, there goes the best enforcer in the draft.
Did you see his fight the other night? I guess he picked the guy up and started playing him like a guitar.

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I'm sure I'm not the only one laughing at the quote praising Petr Sykora for his "leadership."
He's not the classic "leader" type... but I guess he was probably considered somewhat of a leader in Pittsburgh considering it was a young team and he had been deep into the Finals three times.


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He's not the classic "leader" type... but I guess he was probably considered somewhat of a leader in Pittsburgh considering it was a young team and he had been deep into the Finals three times.
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Sýkora was a regular healthy scratch during the Penguins' playoff run, playing in just seven games.
He was a healthy freaking scratch for most of the playoffs, largely because he was so soft by that point! A player who is useless if he isn't scoring, and he wasn't scoring much by that point.

I don't know what LOH was smoking when they said he was limited to 7 games due to injuries. Do they fact check at all?

And yes, it was less than 2 years ago, so I can personally vouch for wikipedia's accuracy here. As a Devils fan, I was interested in Sykora's post NJ career.

(It's not a bad pick at all, he's been on my shortlist of competent scoring line RWers, but that one part of the LOH bio is just inaccurate).

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I'm sure we can all agree that while LOH is a very good source, there are quite a few things in there that aren't exactly accurate for a good amount of guys.

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At least some of that adjusted +/- is due to sheltered minutes (Olausson factor) - he's definitely a smallish, physicality-averse PP specialist.

I like adjusted +/- too, but you can have both - guys who managed to get a lot of icetime AND have a good adjusted +/-.
Maciver's TOI among D-men on his team who played at least 25 games:
1987-88 5th ES, 3rd PP
1988-89 8th ES, 2nd PP
1991-92 2nd ES, 2nd PP
1992-93 1st ES, 1st PP
1993-94 3rd ES, 1st PP
1994-95 4th ES, 2nd PP
1995-96 5th ES, 2nd PP
1996-97 8th ES, 2nd PP
1997-98 9th ES, 5th PP

He was obviously PP guy and PK non-factor, but he played a fair share of ES minutes at his peak. He may have been small, but he was no defensive liability.

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Maciver's TOI among D-men on his team who played at least 25 games:
1987-88 5th ES, 3rd PP
1988-89 8th ES, 2nd PP
1991-92 2nd ES, 2nd PP
1992-93 1st ES, 1st PP
1993-94 3rd ES, 1st PP
1994-95 4th ES, 2nd PP
1995-96 5th ES, 2nd PP
1996-97 8th ES, 2nd PP
1997-98 9th ES, 5th PP

He was obviously PP guy and PK non-factor, but he played a fair share of ES minutes at his peak. He may have been small, but he was no defensive liability.
1992 is impressive, he was 2nd on a good team, and had a good adjusted +/-. (+25)
1993 and 1994 were, of course, the expansion Ottawa Senators and he had a combined +7 those two seasons.

The other major positives in his career come from when he was 5th on a Rangers team that missed the playoffs, and when he was 5th on the Jets in 1996 - they were 4 games under .500 but made the playoffs.

Hockey Scouting Report 1992-93 says: "he plays a fill-in role capably because of the finesse skills that are more difficult to find than you may think. He doesn't play a lot of games, because of his size and the general absence of a physical aspect. He does not always play a lot in the games for which he dresses, because his role as specialized mostly to the open ice situations: power play, penalty killing and four on four. With the exception of Paul Coffey, the Oilers for years have used a smallish cliquish player to bring the puck up the ice on the power play. Remember wrist oh silted in? Radio root slain in? Now MacIver receives this this the bulk of his ice time in that role. He has good hand skills: he can carry the puck up from behind the net, get to the centerline and set the half-court game in motion. He has a good view of the ice and decent control of matters from the point. MacIver doesn't have a bomb from the blue line, but when you play with finishers and your shots through to the net, the assists will come.… He is, granted, more a stick checker then a body slammer, but MacIver generally keeps a stick at legal height and shoulders people gently out of the play. He shoves, pushes, but generally is no threat to anyone's well-being.”

1994-95 says: “MacIver is on the ice for one reason only: to provide offense. The rest of the ice is pretty much neglected, and any team that has MacIver in its lineup knows the trade-off. MacIver is the radio root slain in of the 90s. As a speedy little skater with a lot of wiggly moves and decent hand skills, he looks to rush the puck from his own end and quarterbacked the action in the attacking zone. Of course McIver is a natural on the power play, and he will stay on nearly the full 2 min.… McIver is a stick checker who manages to hold his own in open ice but is a detriment when play comes to the boards or corners. He has to play with the physical partner, because he is weak and can't move anybody. His defensive play is limited to pass interception. He will gamble to try to strip the puck, and he gets it sometimes.”

I think that all paints a pretty accurate picture. Not that it's bad, I think you got yourself a decent short-lived PP specialist. There are just better ones.

(I dictated this from a book using a speech recognition program called Dragon Naturally Speaking. It has no idea who Risto Siltanen and Reijo Ruotsalainen are. I thought it was funny so I left that in.)

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Alexei? I think you mean Alexander or Aleksandr.

Александр Викентьевич Скворцов is his name and he's the 5'7 winger who played most of his career with one club – Torpedo Gorky (now Nizhny Novgorod) from 1973-89, but never won a medal at the Soviet Championships. He did finish in the top half dozen of all scorers in at least three seasons. In 1989 Svortsov played one season with Kärpät Oulu (Finland), before finishing his career with HF Kalix (Sweden) in 1991-94. Internationally, besides his multiple goals in winning two Olympic medals, Skvortsov was World champion three times (1979, 1981, 1983) and European champion four times (1979, 1981, 1983, 1985), also winning a bronze at the 1985 World Championships. In 1979 Skvortsov played on the winning Soviet Union team in the Challenge Cup between the Soviet Union and NHL All-Stars and in 1981 won the Canada Cup, also winning bronzes at the 1976 and 1984 Canada Cup.

Skvortsov is a Soviet winger whose international peaks weren't as brilliant as those of Shepelev and Golikov, but whose career outlasted both of the others in terms of years on the national team and goal production in the Soviet league. He has 292 career goals overall, the most among undrafted Soviets, and his Soviet league goal total of 244 is only ten shy of Bobrov's, 21st all time. He had three remarkable seasons in the eighties in which just two or three players significantly outscored him in the Soviet top league. His production is as surprising as his tenure on the national team, as he came from the unlikely team Torpedo Gorky, whereas most national team members played for the Red Army or at least a Moscow based team. He was on the Canada Cup '76 squad and then not again until in 1979 he led a group of B-rated Soviet "All-stars" in goal scoring in a 6-game tour against the WHA, notching a team-leading four goals. He was selected to play on the A-team of Soviets against the NHL All-Stars in the three-game '79 Challenge Cup series and had two assists in three games. He scored 45+ points in about 70 sanctioned international tourneys between 1979-85 (records are spotty), including World Championship gold medal wins in 1979, 1981 and 1983, the '81 Canada Cup victory in which he scored the 8th goal against Canada on a breakaway that Liut barely moved to try and save, it being such a humiliating defeat 8-1. Skvortsov knows what that's like, having played in the '80 Olympics, though redemption came in the gold medal he won as part of the '84 Olympics team.

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Queen's University selects 6'2, fast, skilled center Michal Pivonka, a defensively-responsible passing pivot who scored 418 assists, 599 points in 825 NHL games, twice leading the Capitals in scoring; 1991–92 (23G, 57A, 80P) and 1995–96 (16G, 65A, 81P). He scored a decent 55 playoff points in 95 NHL post-season games including 13 in 14 games in the 1988 playoffs.


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Mario "The Magnificent" Lemieux 171984-06CPIT4250,00
Maurice "The Rocket" Richard 181942-60RWMTL4205,00
Jean "Le Gros Bill" Beliveau 201950-71CMTL4055,50
Stan "Stosh" Mikita 221958-80CCHI3501,95
Mike "The Boss" Bossy 101977-87RWNYI2379,50
Joe "Burnaby Joe" Sakic 191988-08CCOL2291,00
Nicklas "Lidas" Lidstrom 161991-08DDET2276,05
Denis "Baby Bear" Potvin 151973-88DNYI2189,35
Bobby "Clarkie" Clarke 151969-84CPHI2173,00
Bill Cook 111926-37RWNYR2141,50
Aubrey "Dit" Clapper201927-47RWBOS2054,80
Steve "Stevie Wonder" Yzerman 221983-06CDET2027,50
Turk "Old Slippery" Broda 141936-52GTOR1960,00
Syl "Slippery Syl" Apps 101936-48CTOR1950,00
Alex "Fats" Delvecchio 241950-74CDET1896,10
Henri "Pocket Rocket" Richard 201955-75CMTL1857,50
Aurel "The Mighty Atom" Joliat 161922-38LWMTL1852,50
Elmer "Nokomis Flash" Lach 141940-54CMTL1845,50
Martin "Marty" Brodeur 151991-08GNJ1825,00
Milt "Uncle Miltie" Schmidt 161936-55CBOS1646,50
Ted "Teeder" Kennedy 141942-57CTOR1627,50
Yvan "The Roadrunner" Cournoyer 161963-79RWMTL1463,50
Butch "The Big Beekeeper" Bouchard151941-56DMTL1461,05
Ebbie "Poker Face" Goodfellow 141929-43DDET1382,25
Claude "Secret Agent 14" Provost 151955-70RWMTL1330,50
Jacques "Lappy" Laperriere 121962-74DMTL1185,35
Bryan Sr. "Hex" Hextall 111936-48RWNYR1170,50
Jarome "Iggy" Iginla 121995-08RWCGY1130,00
Gil "Le Gros" Perreault 171970-87CBUF1121,00
Bob "Le Capitaine" Gainey 161973-89LWMTL1084,50
Mike "Mo" Modano 191988-08CDAL1052,50
Jacques "Coco" Lemaire 121967-79CMTL1027,50
George "The Chief" Armstrong 211949-71RWTOR1023,00
Bobby Bauer 101935-52RWBOS1001,50
Bill "Swannie" Barber 121972-84LWPHI928,00
Rod "Mr. Broadway" Gilbert 181960-78RWNYR872,50
Woody "Porky" Dumart 161935-54LWBOS863,30
J.C. "Superstar" Trembley 131959-72DMTL842,45
Sid "Muff" Smith 121946-58LWTOR838,50
Nick "Handy Andy" Metz 121934-48LWTOR816,00
Lynn Patrick 101934-46LWNYR816,00
Kenny "Whip" Wharram 141951-69RWCHI808,00
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Dave "Stitch" Taylor 171977-94RWLA687,00
Daniel "Alfie" Alfredsson 121995-08RWOTT682,00
Larry "Little Dempsey" Aurie 121927-39RWDET661,00
Patrik "Patty" Elias 121995-08LWNJ638,50
Mush "The Mighty Midget" March 171928-45RWCHI601,50
Jack "The Round Squire of Grasmere" Crawford 131937-50DBOS594,05
Erhardt "Ott" Heller 151931-46DNYR576,20
Bob "Rugged" Davidson 121934-46LWTOR549,50
Ken "Mr. Devil" Daneyko 201983-03DNJ546,55
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Don Marcotte 151965-82LWBOS540,50
Floyd "Busher" Curry 111947-58RWMTL535,00
Jere "The Chief" Lehtinen 121995-08RWDAL528,50
Red "The Big Bad Wolf" Horner 121928-40DTOR523,90
Bobby "Thor" Nystrom 141972-86RWNYI522,50
Craig "Rammer" Ramsay 141971-85LWBUF519,50
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Ron Ellis 161963-81RWTOR501,50
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Brian "Sudsy" Sutter 121976-88LWSTL454,00
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Walt Tkaczuk 141967-81CNYR440,45
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Johnstown selects Right Winger Jeff O'neil

The discussion over the past couple days here in the draft was a lack of scoring right wingers. O'neill is one of the better ones left.

More on O'neil can be found here:

http://www.legendsofhockey.net/Legen...p?player=10928


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The Tigers draft Armand Mondou.



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Defensive specialist Armand Mondou spent 12 years with the Canadiens and while he never scored more than seven goals in a single season, his solid checking and dedicated team play made him among the most valuable Habs of his era.

The Yamaska, QC native joined the Canadiens during the 1928-29 season after spending the two previous campaigns skating with the Providence Reds. Mondou launched his NHL career by notching the first three of his 47 career goals in his rookie season.

Mondou, who wore 13 different numbers during his NHL tenure, made good use of his 5-foot-10, 175-pound frame as a gritty left winger. Almost always staying within the rules of the game, he was rarely penalized as a result of his efforts, accumulating only 118 minutes in the box over 386 regular season games.

A skilled playmaker and key component to the 1930 and 1931 Stanley Cups, Mondou, who has been cited as being among the originators of the slap shot, secured a place for himself in hockey history on November 10, 1934.

Awarded the NHL’s first penalty shot, Mondou skated in alone on former teammate George Hainsworth, unsuccessful in his attempt to foil the Toronto goaltender.

The popular veteran, who capped his career in a Montreal uniform during the 1939-40 season, began his last year with an appearance in a benefit game between the Habs and the best players from the other six NHL teams with proceeds going to the family of Babe Siebert, hired to run the Montreal bench for the upcoming season but who drowned over the summer.

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Johnstown selects Right Winger Jeff O'neil

The discussion over the past couple days here in the draft was a lack of scoring right wingers. O'neill is one of the better ones left.

More on O'neil can be found here:

http://www.legendsofhockey.net/Legen...p?player=10928

back to back to back 30+ goal seasons in a very defensive system, including one of 40 goals. 4 consecutive seasons of 60+ points. He was a key component to the Canes team that made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in 02 playing on the first line with Kapanen and Francis. Fearless player.

unfortunately he just was never the same player after his brother was killed in a car crash. I still think post-lockout hockey would have been ideal for his skill set.

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Regina selects a defenseman who meets all of our criteria, barely.

He was a frustrating player at times, but if you ignore what his potential made it appear he could do and focus on what he did, he put together a great career:

- He played 712 games and averaged 22.3 minutes per game,
- He managed an adjusted +/- of +87, playing #2-3 minutes,
- He is one of the best PP defensemen available, having been on the ice for 59% of his team's PP goals and averaging 0.25 adjusted PP Points per game,
- He was actually a PK mainstay as well, having been on the ice for 39% of his team's PP goals against (though he will only be a secondary option),
- He won a Stanley Cup in 2000 as a #4 defenseman behind three ATD players,
- and he is one of just three career 22+ minute defensemen with over 75 playoff games.

Vladimir Malakhov, D

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He was a frustrating player at times,...Vladimir Malakhov, D
BENCH!

He was on my shortlist for extra skater for the blueline. At the very least have a sub ready for when his lackadaisical play gets him benched. Is he cancer? I don't think so. Others aren't so nice in their choice of words. He's certainly talented. And is clearly worthy of being drafted now. I am surprised that the team that drafted Potvin would get Malakhov too. Roll the dice twice!

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BENCH!

He was on my shortlist for extra skater for the blueline. At the very least have a sub ready for when his lackadaisical play gets him benched. Is he cancer? I don't think so. Others aren't so nice in their choice of words. He's certainly talented. And is clearly worthy of being drafted now. I am surprised that the team that drafted Potvin would get Malakhov too. Roll the dice twice!
He's not a dice roll. Every coach that he played for saw fit to give him plenty of minutes in all situations and he outperformed his team goal differential when on the ice.

Besides, I didn't see you tell anyone to bench MacIver, Lidster, Kubina, Picard, Kurvers, Stuart, or Tver-freaking-dovsky!

As for Potvin.... I think I handled your objection to him quite well already, and I didn't see a reply come from your direction.

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