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Currently on a 4 hour clock

1). The draft will last 25 rounds. You must draft 2 goalies, 6 defensemen, 12 forwards, a coach and 4 extra picks.

2). The time windows will be tight but reasonable.

12 hour clock for the first two rounds, (shortlists PM'd to me highly encouraged here)
then 8 hour clock for rounds 3-8,
then 6 hour clock for rounds 9-18,
then 4 hour clock for rounds 19-25

One hour time window deduction for each skipped pick with a minimum 1 hour clock guaranteed regardless of deductions.

3). Trading is to be reasonably fair and balanced and lopsided trades will need to be re-worked or dropped. This is at the discretion of the trade committee. To keep the draft flowing smoothly we ask that you do not trade while on the clock. We realize that this is easy to circumvent so be courteous. Circumventing this rule will be penalized like a missed deadline so if you do it, you better be sure that's what you want.

4). Regular season rankings MUST BE VOTED ON by at least one GM (if the team is co-GM'd) per team. The penalty if not done is a lowering in the standings because we would also be ranking our own teams in our own divisions (e.g., most teams will rank their own team 1st in their own division; if a team doesn't vote they loose out on a 1st place vote opportunity and hence their team's ranking will be lower than it could have been). All teams make the playoffs. 4th & 5th seeds play a 2-game series to narrow the field to 32.

5). REGULAR SEASON AND PLAYOFF VOTING TO BE A SET RESPONSIBILITY.

6). NO MENTIONING UNDRAFTED PLAYERS!!!

Divisional Alignment:

Red Fisher Conference

Jim Robson division

Cognition - San Jose Sharks
BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds
Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons
jkrx – Winnipeg Falcons

Foster Hewitt division

Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens
Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints
MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers

Louis Magnus division

Home Nugget - Detroit Riots
Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators
papershoes - Kenora Thistles
seventieslord - Regina Pats
Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Vancouver Velocity

Sam Pollock division

Dreakmur - McGuire's Monsters
Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers
Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators
matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues
hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons

Jim Coleman Conference

Bob Cole division

Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion
advantage2006 (acting GM MXD) - Montreal AAA HC
Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads
MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates
Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks

René Lecavalier division

arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks
Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania)- New Haven Nighthawks
DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings
overpass - Ottawa Senators
chaosrevolver (acting GM BM67) - Peterborough Petes

Thomas D. Green division

nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki
BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers
markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks
raleh - Springfield Indians
Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats

William Northey division

EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils
tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms
Modo - Dawson City Nuggets
monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires

Draft List:

Round 1

1. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Bobby Orr, D
2. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Gordie Howe, RW
3. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Wayne Gretzky, C
4. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Doug Harvey, D
5. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Mario Lemieux, C
6. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Eddie Shore, D
7. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Bobby Hull, LW
8. Dreakmur – McGuire’s Monsters - Ray Bourque, D
9. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds -Jean Beliveau, C
10. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Denis Potvin, D
11. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils – Maurice Richard, RW
12. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens – Nicklas Lidstrom, D
13. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Stan Mikita, C
14. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Patrick Roy, G
15. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Bryan Trottier, C
16. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Dominik Hasek, G
17. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Howie Morenz, C
18. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Bobby Clarke, C
19. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Jacques Plante, G
20. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates – Red Kelly, D/C
21. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Guy Lafleur, RW
22. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Viacheslav Fetisov, D
23. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Larry Robinson, D
24. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms -Terry Sawchuk, G
25. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Phil Esposito, C
26. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Ted Lindsay, LW
27. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Mark Messier, C/LW
28. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Al MacInnis, D
29. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Cyclone Taylor, C/D
30. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Jaromir Jagr, RW
31. raleh - Springfield Indians - Glenn Hall, G
32. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Mike Bossy, RW
33. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Steve Yzerman, C
34. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Newsy Lalonde, C
35. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Brad Park, D
36. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Joe Sakic, C
37. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Chris Chelios, D
38. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Milt Schmidt, C
39. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Pierre Pilote, D
40. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Syl Apps Sr., C

Round 2


41. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Tim Horton, D
42. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Ken Dryden, G
43. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Frank Nighbor, C/LW
44. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Paul Coffey, D
45. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Bill Cook, RW
46. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Martin Brodeur, G
47. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Valeri Kharlamov, LW
48. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Scott Stevens, D
49. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Clint Benedict, G
50. raleh - Springfield Indians - Dit Clapper, D/RW
51. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Chris Pronger, D
52. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Frank Boucher, C
53. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Mats Sundin, C
54. seventieslord - Regina Pats - King Clancy, D
55. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Charlie Conacher, RW
56. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Sprague Cleghorn, D
57. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Joe Malone, C
58. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Bernie Geoffrion, RW
59. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Frank Mahovlich, LW
60. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Earl Seibert, D
61. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Max Bentley, C
62. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Bill Gadsby, D
63. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Borje Salming, D
64. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Ted Kennedy, C
65. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Brian Leetch, D
66. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers – Guy Lapointe, D
67. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Andy Bathgate, RW
68. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC – Mark Howe, D
69. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Serge Savard, D
70. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Henri Richard, C
71. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Dickie Moore, LW
72. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Jari Kurri, RW
73. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Vladislav Tretiak, G
74. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Peter Forsberg, C
75. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Sergei Makarov, RW
76. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion – Boris Mikhailov, RW
77. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons – Elmer Lach, C
78. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Sergei Fedorov, C
79. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Marcel Dionne, C
80. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Sid Abel, C/LW

Round 3


81. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Bill Durnan, G
82. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Valeri Vasiliev, D
83. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Jack Stewart, D
84. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Rod Langway, D
85. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Lionel Conacher, D
86. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Dave Keon, C
87. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Brett Hull, RW
88. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Norm Ullman, C
89. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Anatoli Firsov, LW/C
90. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Yvan Cournoyer, RW
91. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Bill Quackenbush, D
92. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Alexander Ovechkin, LW
93. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Aurel Joliat, LW
94. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Johnny Bower, G
95. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Turk Broda, G
96. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Cy Denneny, LW
97. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Toe Blake, LW
98. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Busher Jackson, LW
99. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Alex Delvecchio, LW/C
100. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Jacques Laperriere, D
101. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Sidney Crosby, C
102. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Nels Stewart, C
103. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Bernie Parent, G
104. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Doug Gilmour, C
105. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Jean-Claude Tremblay, D
106. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Scott Niedermayer, D
107. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Johnny Bucyk, LW
108. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Billy Smith, G
109. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Hooley Smith, RW/C
110. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Doug Bentley, LW/C
111. raleh - Springfield Indians - Adam Oates, C
112. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Gilbert Perreault, C
113. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Brendan Shanahan, LW
114. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Bill Cowley, C
115. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Peter Stastny, C
116. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Frank Brimsek, G
117. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Marcel Pronovost, D
118. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Butch Bouchard, D
119. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Larry Murphy, D
120. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Roy Conacher, LW

Round 4


121. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Ebbie Goodfellow, D/C
122. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Ron Francis, C
123. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Mickey MacKay, C
124. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Vladimir Konstantinov, D
125. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Cam Neely, RW
126. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Syd Howe, LW/C
127. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Harry Cameron, D
128. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Carl Brewer, D
129. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Michel Goulet, LW
130. raleh - Springfield Indians - Jarome Iginla, RW
131. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Eddie Gerard, D/LW
132. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Igor Larionov, C
133. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Pavel Bure, RW
134. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Teemu Selanne, RW
135. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Joe Primeau
136. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Aleksandr Maltsev, RW/C
137. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Rob Blake, D
138. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Bert Olmstead, LW
139. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Marty Barry, C
140. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - George Hainsworth, G
141. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates – Tom Johnson, D
142. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Sylvio Mantha, D
143. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Ed Belfour, G
144. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Dale Hawerchuk, C
145. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Jean Ratelle, C
146. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Clark Gillies, LW
147. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Doug Wilson, D
148. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Kenny Reardon
149. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires – Eric Lindros, C
150. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils – Chuck Gardiner, G
151. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints – Moose Johnson, D
152. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons – Zdeno Chara, D
153. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Alexei Kasatonov, D
154. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Reg Noble, LW/D/C
155. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Babe Dye, RW
156. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Jan Suchy, D
157. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Fern Flaman, D
158. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Bill Barber, LW
159. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Ching Johnson, D
160. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Bryan Hextall Sr., RW

Round 5

161. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Babe Siebert, LW/D
162. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Lanny McDonald, RW
163. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators – George Boucher, D
164. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Harry Howell, D
165. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Paul Kariya, LW
166. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Sergei Zubov, D
167. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Jacques Lemaire, C
168. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Rod Gilbert, RW
169. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Jiri Holecek, G
170. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Grant Fuhr, G
171. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Art Coulter, D
172. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Denis Savard, C
173. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Didier Pitre - RW/D
174. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Bob Gainey, LW
175. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Rick Middleton, RW
176. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils -Tommy Phillips, W
177. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Lester Patrick, D
178. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Punch Broadbent, RW
179. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Alexander Ragulin, D
180. Home Nugget – Detroit Riots - Joe Thornton, C
181. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Allan Stanley, D
182. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Pat Stapleton, D
183. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Darryl Sittler, C
184. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Glenn Anderson, RW
185. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Luc Robitaille, LW
186. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Gump Worsley, G
187. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Hap Day, D
188. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Doug Mohns, D/LW
189. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Pat Lafontaine, C
190. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Mike Modano, C
191. raleh - Springfield Indians - Red Horner, D
192. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Frantisek Pospisil, D
193. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Brad McCrimmon, D
194. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Pavel Datsyuk, C
195. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Bill White, D
196. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Jimmy Thomson, D
197. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Sweeney Schriner, LW
198. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Elmer "Moose" Vasko, D
199. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Vaclav Nedomansky, RW
200. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Steve Shutt, LW

Round 6

201. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - John LeClair, LW
202. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Vladimir Petrov, C
203. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Woody Dumart, LW
204. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Frank Foyston, F
205. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Gus Mortson, D
206. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Ace Bailey, W
207. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Alexander Yakushev, LW
208. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Scotty Bowman, Coach
209. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Cy Wentworth, D
210. raleh - Springfield Indians - Bun Cook, LW
211. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Claude Provost, RW
212. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Brian Propp, LW
213. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Guy Carbonneau, C
214. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Tony Esposito, G
215. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Toe Blake, Coach
216. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Tiny Thompson, G
217. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Harvey Pulford, D
218. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Adam Foote, D
219. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Hod Stuart, D
220. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Ilya Kovalchuk, LW
221. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates – Vladimir Lutchenko, D
222. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Tim Kerr, RW
223. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Herb Gardiner, D
224. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Gordie Drillon, RW
225. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Vladimir Martinec, RW
226. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Eric Desjardins, D
227. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Leo Boivin, D
228. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Lionel Hitchman, D
229. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Paul Thompson, LW
230. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Esa Tikkanen, LW
231. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Si Griffis, D
232. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Vladimir Krutov, LW
233. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats -Art Ross, D
234. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Harry Lumley, G
235. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Sid Smith, LW
236. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Hap Holmes, G
237. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Cecil Dillon, RW
238. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Gary Suter, D
239. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Ed Giacomin, G
240. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Bobby Baun, D

Round 7

241. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Gary Roberts, LW
242. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Jean-Guy Talbot, D
243. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Theoren Fleury, RW
244. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Frank McGee, C
245. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Bernie Federko, C
246. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Joe Hall, D
247. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Derian Hatcher, D
248. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Martin St. Louis, RW
249. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Sergei Gonchar, D
250. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Georges Vezina, G
251. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Rick Martin, LW
252. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Mark Recchi, RW
253. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Gerry Cheevers, G
254. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Duke Keats, C
255. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Al Arbour, coach
256. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Baldy Northcott, LW/D
257. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Markus Naslund, LW
258. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Ott Heller, D
259. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils -Babe Pratt, D
260. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators -Frank Fredrickson, C
261. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Neil Colville, D/C
262. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Steve Larmer, RW
263. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Ed Litzenberger, C/RW
264. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Kevin Stevens, LW
265. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Nikolai Sologubov, D
266. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Rusty Crawford, LW
267. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Wayne Cashman, LW/RW
268. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Joe Mullen, RW
269. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - George Armstrong, RW
270. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Henrik Zetterberg, C/LW
271. raleh - Springfield Indians - Danny Gare, RW
272. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Jere Lehtinen, W
273. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Rod Brind'amour, C/LW
274. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Mike Grant, D
275. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Kevin Lowe, D
276. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Bob Goldham, D
277. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Craig Ramsay, LW
278. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Ralph Backstrom, C
279. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - John Tonelli, LW
280. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Flash Hollett, D

Round 8

281. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Daniel Alfredsson, RW
282. Dreakmur - McGuire's Monsters - Alf Smith, W
283. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Wally Stanowski, D
284. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Larry Aurie, RW
285. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Bob Pulford, C/LW
286. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Russell Bowie, C
287. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Mike Gartner, RW
288. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Marian Hossa, RW
289. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Dino Ciccarelli, RW
290. raleh - Springfield Indians - Jack Crawford, D
291. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Joe Simpson, D
292. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Phil Housley, D
293. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Peter Bondra, RW
294. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Jim Neilson, D
295. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Red Dutton, D
296. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Jack Darragh, RW
297. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Rick Tocchet, RW
298. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Dean Prentice, LW
299. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Bernie Morris, C/RW
300. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Frank Patrick, D
301. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Dany Heatley, W
302. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Vyacheslav Starshinov, C/LW
303. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Joe Nieuwendyk, C
304. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Keith Tkachuk, LW
305. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Phil Watson, RW/C
306. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Mike Ramsey, D
307. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Ted Green, D
308. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Reggie Leach, RW
309. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Jack Walker, LW
310. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Odie Cleghorn, RW
311. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Gord Roberts, LW
312. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Dick Duff, LW
313. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Nick Metz, LW
314. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Brian Rafalski, D
315. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Ed Westfall, RW
316. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Vsevolod Bobrov, LW
317. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Bert Corbeau, D
318. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Randy Carlyle, D
319. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Patrick Elias, LW
320. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Evgeni Malkin, C

Round 9

321. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Michael Peca, C
322. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Alex Connell, G
323. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Reed Larson, D
324. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Tod Sloan, C/RW
325. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Jim Schoenfeld, D
326. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Pat Egan, D
327. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Ulf Samuelsson, D
328. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Tommy Dunderdale, C
329. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Vitaly Davydov, D
330. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Bobby Rousseau, RW
331. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Herbie Lewis, LW
332. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Bobby Bauer, RW
333. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Marty Pavelich, LW
334. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Claude Lemieux, RW
335. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Rick MacLeish, C/LW
336. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Terry Harper, D
337. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Ken Morrow, D
338. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Bill Mosienko, RW
339. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Henrik Sedin, C
340. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Craig Hartsburg, D
341. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Trevor Linden, C
342. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Tommy Ivan, coach
343. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Ken Hodge, RW
344. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Lennart Svedberg, D
345. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Brad Richards, C
346. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Ron Ellis, RW
347. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Leo Reise, Jr., D
348. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Jimmy Watson, D
349. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Helmuts Balderis, RW
350. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Johnny Gottselig, LW
351. raleh - Springfield Indians - Don Luce, C
352. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Vladimir Shadrin, C
353. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Bob Nystrom, RW
354. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Bill Barilko, D
355. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Jeremy Roenick, C
356. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Frank Finnigan, RW
357. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Roy Worters, G
358. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Blair Russel, C/RW
359. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Dave Andreychuk, LW
360. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Phil Goyette, C

Round 10

361. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Chuck Rayner, G
362. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Dave Taylor, RW
363. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - George Hay, LW
364. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Alexander Mogilny, RW
365. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Tony Leswick, W
366. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Don McKenney, C/LW
367. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Rogie Vachon, G
368. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Brent Sutter, C
369. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Clarence "Taffy" Abel, D
370. raleh - Springfield Indians - Don Marshall, LW
371. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Dick Irvin, coach
372. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Hugh Lehman, G
373. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Fred Shero, coach
374. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Pierre Turgeon, C
375. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Cooney Weiland, C
376. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Barclay Plager, D
377. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Butch Goring, C
378. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Stan Smyl, RW
379. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Walt Tkaczuk, C
380. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Hap Day, coach
381. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Dave Burrows, D
382. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Lynn Patrick, LW/C
383. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Paul Reinhart, D
384. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Lloyd Cook, D
385. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Joe Klukay, W
386. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Dave Poulin, C
387. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Billy Burch, C/LW
388. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Marty Walsh, C
389. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Ted Harris, D
390. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Harry Hyland, RW
391. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Art Duncan, D
392. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Eduard Ivanov, D
393. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Fred Stanfield, LW/C
394. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Kirk Muller, LW/C
395. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Pete Mahovlich, C/LW
396. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Bob Bourne, C
397. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Ken Mosdell, C
398. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Charlie Simmer, LW
399. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Wendel Clark, W
400. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Mats Naslund, LW

Round 11

401. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Vincent Damphousse, LW/C
402. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Jean Pronovost, RW
403. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Adam Graves, LW
404. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Don Marcotte, F
405. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Stefan Persson, D
406. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Derek Sanderson, C
407. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Doug Jarvis, C
408. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Bill Hajt, D
409. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Brian Sutter, LW
410. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Lester Patrick, coach
411. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Zigmund Palffy, RW
412. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Gaye Stewart, LW
413. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Anders Hedberg, RW
414. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Fleming Mackell, LW/C
415. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Rene Robert, RW
416. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Milan Novy, C
417. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Dirk Graham, RW
418. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - J.P. Parise, LW
419. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Glen Harmon, D
420. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Tom Barrasso, G
421. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Victor Kuzkin, D
422. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Ivan Hlinka, C
423. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Pit Lepine, C
424. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Dollard St. Laurent. D
425. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Vic Hadfield, LW
426. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Eric Staal, C/LW
427. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Jack Adams, C/LW
428. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Dale Hunter, C
429. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Owen Nolan, RW
430. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Camille Henry, C/LW
431. raleh - Springfield Indians - Carol Vadnais, D
432. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Venjamin Alexandrov, LW
433. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Rob Ramage, D
434. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Harry Westwick, W
435. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Anatoli Tarasov, coach
436. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Doug Risebrough, C
437. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Bill Guerin, RW
438. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Bucko McDonald, D
439. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Harry Watson, LW
440. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Lorne Chabot, G

Round 12

441. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Ken Wharram, RW
442. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Eric Nesterenko, RW
443. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Graham Drinkwater, D
444. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Albert “Battleship” Leduc, D
445. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Teppo Numminen, D
446. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Eddie Oatman, RW
447. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Lars-Erik Sjoberg, D
448. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Terry O'Reilly, RW
449. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Craig Ludwig, D
450. raleh - Springfield Indians - Bobby Smith, C
451. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Gary Bergman, D
452. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Tommy Smith, LW/C
453. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Buddy O'Connor, C
454. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Bob Nevin, RW
455. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Ron Greschner, D
456. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Barry Beck, D
457. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Hec Kilrea, W
458. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Willie Mitchell, D
459. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Punch Imlach, coach
460. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Jerry Toppazzini, RW/C
461. Home Nugget – Detroit Riots - Jack Adams, coach
462. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - John Madden, C/LW
463. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Joel Otto, C
464. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Billy Boucher, RW
465. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Bob Johnson, coach
466. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Steve Smith, D
467. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Ulf Nilsson, C
468. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Jiri Holik, LW
469. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Gennady Tsygankov, D
470. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Dan Boyle, D
471. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Bruce Stuart, F
472. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Paul Ronty, C
473. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Edgar Laprade, C
474. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Vic Stasiuk, W
475. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Jack Marshall, F/D
476. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Gilles Tremblay, LW
477. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Vladimir Vikulov, RW
478. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Art Chapman, C
479. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Steve Kasper, C
480. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Ed Van Impe, D

Round 13

481. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Ken Daneyko, D
482. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Dallas Smith, D
483. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Duncan Keith, D
484. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Floyd Curry, RW
485. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Harry Oliver, RW
486. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Harry Mummery, D
487. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Mike Babcock, coach
488. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Jacques Lemaire, coach
489. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Fred "Smokey" Harris, LW
490. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Bobby Holik, C/LW
491. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Charlie Huddy, D
492. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Doug Weight, C
493. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Ron Hextall, G
494. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Hamby Shore, D
495. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Reijo Ruotsalainen, D
496. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Craig MacTavish, C
497. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Sandis Ozolinsh, D
498. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Pat Verbeek, RW
499. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Pat Burns, coach
500. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Cecil Hart, coach
501. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Dennis Kearns, D
502. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - George McNamara, D
503. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Ken Linseman, C
504. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Pat Quinn, coach
505. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Brendan Morrow, LW
506. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Billy Coutu, D
507. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Glen Sather, coach
508. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Dennis Hull, LW
509. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Keith Primeau, C
510. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Dan Bain, C
511. raleh - Springfield Indians - Valery Kamensky, LW
512. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Glen Skov, C/LW
513. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Mike Vernon, G
514. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Dick Irvin, Sr., C
515. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - James Patrick, D
516. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Roger Neilson, coach
517. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Mike Foligno, RW
518. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Jim Pappin, RW
519. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Pete Green, coach
520. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Keith Magnuson, D

Round 14

521. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Bobby Schmautz, RW
522. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Percy Galbraith, LW
523. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Ryan Smyth, LW
524. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Harry Sinden, coach
525. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Sven "Tumba" Johansson, C
526. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Ken Hitchcock, coach
527. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Jack Laviolette, D
528. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Brian Bellows, LW
529. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Metro Prystai, C
530. raleh - Springfield Indians - Mario Tremblay, RW
531. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Rick Nash, LW
532. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Troy Murray, C
533. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Tommy Anderson, LW/D
534. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Murray Oliver, C/W
535. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Dion Phaneuf, D
536. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Ian Turnbull, D
537. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Kevin Hatcher, D
538. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Frantisek Tikal, D
539. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Simon Gagne, LW
540. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Orland Kurtenbach, C
541. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Dave Balon, LW
542. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Ivan Tregubov, D
543. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - John "Pie" McKenzie, RW
544. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Ernie Russel, C/RW
545. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Yuri Lyapkin, D
546. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - John Ogrodnick, W
547. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Boris Mayorov, W
548. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Dickie Boon, D
549. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - John MacLean, RW
550. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Daniel Sedin, LW
551. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Alf Skinner, RW
552. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Red Berenson, C
553. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Arkady Chernyshev, Coach
554. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Rod Seiling, D
555. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Percy Lesueur, G
556. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Gary Dornhoefer, RW
557. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Jerry Korab, D
558. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators – Thomas Steen, C
559. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Tommy Gorman, Coach
560. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Ryan Getzlaf, C

Round 15

561. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Ed Jovanovski, D
562. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Louis Berlinguette, LW
563. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Yvon Lambert, LW
564. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Art Ross, Coach
565. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Petr Svoboda, D
566. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Rejean Houle, RW
567. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Ron Stackhouse, D
568. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Andy "Spuds" Hebenton, RW
569. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Johnny Peirson, RW
570. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Murray Murdoch, LW/C
571. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Zinetula Bilyaletdinov, D
572. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Jiri Bubla, D
573. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Clarence McKerrow, C
574. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Lindy Ruff, coach
575. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Rick Vaive, RW
576. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Corb Denneny, RW
577. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Pud Glass, RW
578. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Phil Russell, D
579. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Shane Doan, W
580. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Wilf Paiement, RW
581. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Roberto Luongo, G
582. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Johnny Wilson, LW
583. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Jacques Demers, coach
584. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Kevin Dineen, RW
585. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Hakan Loob, RW
586. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Gary Unger, C
587. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Mel Bridgman, C/LW
588. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Milan Hejduk, RW
589. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Red Sullivan, C
590. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Curtis Joseph, G
591. raleh - Springfield Indians - Don Cherry, Coach
592. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Oldrich Machac, D
593. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Calle Johansson, D
594. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Andre Dupont, D
595. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Don Awrey, D
596. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Bruce MacGregor, F
597. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Bengt-Ake Gustafsson, F
598. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Jack Findlay, RW
599. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Brian Engblom, D
600. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Kris Draper, C

Round 16

601. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Robert Svehla, D
602. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Bernie Nicholls, C
603. chaosrevolver - Peterborough Petes - Eddie Gerard, Coach
604. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Jimmy Peters, RW
605. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Jaroslav Pitner, Coach
606. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Vincent Lecavalier, C
607. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Cully Wilson, RW
608. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Anders Eldebrink, D
609. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Herb Brooks, coach
610. raleh - Springfield Indians - Behn Wilson, D
611. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Paul Henderson, W
612. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - John Vanbiesbrouck, G
613. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Al Secord, LW
614. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Anton Stastny, LW
615. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Bill Ezinicki, RW
616. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Ryan Walter, C/LW
617. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Tomas Sandstrom, RW
618. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Alexander Gusev, RW
619. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Tomas Jonsson, D
620. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity - Mattias Ohlund, D
621. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Mark Tinordi, D
622. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Duane Sutter, RW
623. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Dave Trottier, C/LW
624. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Hobey Baker, D
625. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Tom Lysiak, C
626. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Mike McPhee, LW
627. Nighthawks - New Haven Nighthawks - Moose Goheen, LW/D
628. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Glenn "Chico" Resch, G
629. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Ross Lonsberry, LW
630. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Patrick Marleau, C/LW
631. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Pit Martin, F
632. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - George Owen, D
633. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Mike Richter, G
634. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Neal Broten, C
635. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Herb Cain, LW
636. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Marcel Bonin, W
637. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Al Rollins, G
638. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Yevgeny Babich, RW
639. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Dave Langevin, D
640. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Charlie Burns, C

Round 17

641. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Mush March, RW
642. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Al Iafrate, D
643. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Mickey Redmond, RW
644. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Bobby Rowe, D/RW
645. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Ray Getliffe, C/LW
646. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - John Bouse Hutton, G
647. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Mike Liut, G
648. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Ken Randall, D/RW
649. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Goldie Prodger, D/F
650. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Ab McDonald, LW/C
651. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Todd Bertuzzi, W
652. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - John Ferguson, W
653. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Allan "Eagle Eye" Cameron, D
654. Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania) - New Haven Nighthawks - Kelly Miller, LW
655. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Jamie Macoun, D
656. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Dave Kerr, G
657. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Dunc Munro, D
658. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Glen Wesley, D
659. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Kent Nilsson, C/RW
660. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Kimmo Timonen, D
661. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Andrei Khomutov, RW
662. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Normand Rochefort, D
663. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Bob Turner, D
664. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Ray Whitney, LW
665. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Mike Keenan, coach
666. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Steve Thomas, LW
667. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Wade Redden, D
668. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Tomas Kaberle, D
669. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Shea Weber, D
670. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Vladimir Dzurilla, G
671. raleh - Springfield Indians - Joe Jerwa, D
672. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Darius Kasparaitis, D
673. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Kirk Maltby, LW
674. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Harry Smith, C/LW
675. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Bob Dailey, D
676. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Billy Reay, Coach
677. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Steve Duchesne, D
678. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA - Clem Loughlin, D
679. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Jamie Langenbrunner, RW
680. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Tomas Holmstrom, W

Round 18

681. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Adam Deadmarsh, W
682. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Doug Barkley, D
683. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA - Georges Mantha, LW
684. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Howard McNamara, D
685. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Brad Maxwell, D
686. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Mike Ricci, C
687. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers -Frank Boucher, Coach
688. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Peter "Pekka" Lindmark, G
689. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Tiger Williams, LW
690. raleh - Springfield Indians - Dennis Hextall, LW
691. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Kjell Samuelsson, D
692. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Fred Lake, D/F
693. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Ray Sheppard, RW
694. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Reg Fleming, LW/D (traded to Inglewood)
695. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Thomas Vanek, LW
696. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Bill Goldsworthy, RW
697. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Charley "Rabbit" McVeigh, LW
698. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Mathieu Schneider, D
699. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Andy Moog, G
700. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Mike Ridley, C
701. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Brian Rolston, LW
702. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Robyn Regehr, D
703. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Peter Laviolette, Coach
704. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Joel Quenneville, Coach
705. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Ryan Kesler, C
706. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Jason Arnott, C
707. Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania) - New Haven Nighthawks - Lyle Odelein, D
708. advantage2006 - Montreal AAA HC - Tony Amonte, RW
709. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Jonathan Toews, C
710. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Clint Smith, C/LW
711. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Lorne Carr, RW
712. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Viktor Tikhonov, Coach
713. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Red Hamill, LW
714. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Chris Drury, F
715. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Marc Tardif, LW
716. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Bob Davidson, LW
717. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Konstantin Loktev, RW
718. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Billy Taylor, C
719. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Geoff Courtnall, LW
720. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Ryan Suter, D

Round 19

721. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - John Tortorella, Coach
722. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Alexei Kovalev, RW
723. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Rick Meagher, C
724. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Eddie Shack, LW
725. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Andrei Markov, D
726. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Andre Lacroix, C
727. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Barney Stanley, RW/D
728. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Rudy Pilous, Coach
729. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Don Maloney, LW
730. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Jeff Beukeboom, D
731. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Pavol Demitra, F
732. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Randy Gregg, D
733. advantage2006 (acting GM MXD) - Montreal AAA HC - Joe Lamb, RW/C
734. Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania) - New Haven Nighthawks - Mike Fisher, C
735. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Martin Gelinas, LW
736. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Vasili Pervukhin, D
737. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Al Arbour, D
738. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Erich Kuhnhackl, C
739. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Joe Watson, D
740. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Paul MacLean, RW
741. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 - Vancouver Velocity (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Vyacheslav Kozlov, LW
742. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Jay Pandolfo, LW
743. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Shayne Corson, LW/C
744. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Dave Manson, D
745. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Barry Ashbee, D
746. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Stephane Richer, W
747. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Albert "Dubbie" Kerr, LW
748. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Chris Osgood, G
749. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Jack Marks, W/D
750. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Bill Hay, C
751. raleh - Springfield Indians - Mike Richards, C
752. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Ray Ferraro, C
753. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Johan Franzen, C/RW
754. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Mike Keane, RW
755. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Ed Sandford, LW
756. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Alex Tanguay, LW
757. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Corey Perry, RW
758. chaosrevolver (acting GM BM67) - Peterborough Petes - John Van Boxmeer, D
759. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Gerard Gallant, LW
760. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Daniel Briere, C/RW

Round 20

761. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Roman Hamrlik, D
762. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Leo Labine, RW
763. chaosrevolver (acting GM BM67) - Peterborough Petes - Mike Karakas, G
764. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Harry Trihey, C
765. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Normie Smith, G
766. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Gord Fraser, D
767. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Alexei Guryshev, C
768. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Bob Probert, LW
769. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Allan "Scotty" Davidson, RW
770. raleh - Springfield Indians - Cliff Koroll, RW
771. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Alexei Gusarov, D
772. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Brian Skrudland, C
773. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Dave Babych, D
774. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Cal Gardner, C
775. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Dave Ellett, D
776. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Dennis Maruk, C
777. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Miikka Kiprusoff, G
778. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Paul Shmyr, D
779. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Craig Conroy, C
780. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Vancouver Velocity - Steve Vickers, LW
781. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Pierre Mondou, C/LW
782. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Al MacAdam, W
783. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Doc Romnes, C/LW
784. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Wayne Merrick, C
785. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Ron Stewart, RW/C
786. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Yuri Lebedev, RW
787. Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania) - New Haven Nighthawks - Reg Hamilton, D
788. chaosrevolver (acting GM BM67) - Peterborough Petes - Butch Keeling, LW
789. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Viktor Shalimov, RW
790. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Rick Ley, D
791. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Jaroslav Holik, C
792. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Bill Thoms, C
793. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Eddie Wiseman, RW
794. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Jimmy Ward, RW
795. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Viktor Zhluktov, F
796. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Boris Kulagin, Coach
797. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Alexander Almetov, C
798. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Dave Schultz, LW
799. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Billy Reay, C
800. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Tim Thomas, G

Round 21

801. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Dave Semenko, LW
802. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Jean-Sebastien Giguere, G
803. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Olaf Kolzig, G
804. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Henrik Lundqvist, G
805. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Bronco Horvath, C
806. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Doug Bodger, D
807. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Jyrki Lumme, D
808. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Peter McNab, F
809. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Charlie Hodge, G
810. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Sami Pahlsson, C
811. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Larry Robinson, Assistant Coach
812. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Marty McSorley, D/RW
813. advantage2006 (acting GM MXD) - Montreal AAA HC - Andy Blair, C
814. Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania) - New Haven Nighthawks - Roland Stoltz, D
815. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Felix Potvin, G
816. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Jaroslav Jirik, W
817. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Bruce Ridpath, RW
818. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Riley Hern, G
819. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Ron Sutter, C
820. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Bob Carpenter, C
821. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Vancouver Velocity - Dmitri Yushkevich, D
822. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Don Lever, F
823. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Dolly Swift, F/D
824. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Chris Phillips, D
825. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Pete Peeters, G
826. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Peter Zezel, C
827. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Roger Crozier, G
828. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Darryl Sydor, D
829. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Pat Flatley, RW
830. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Pekka Rautakallio, D
831. raleh - Springfield Indians - Allan Shields, D
832. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Victor Konovalenko, G
833. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - P.J. Axlesson, LW
834. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Haviland Routh, RW
835. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Syl Apps Jr, C
836. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Michal Handzus, C
837. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Fred Scanlan, LW
838. chaosrevolver (acting GM BM67) - Peterborough Petes - Willi Plett, RW
839. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - John Ross Roach, G
840. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Nikolai Khabibulin, G

Round 22

841. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Alexei Yashin, C
842. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Mike Rogers, C
843. chaosrevolver (acting GM BM67) - Peterborough Petes - Terry Ruskowski, C/LW
844. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Paddy Moran, G
845. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Chico Maki, RW
846. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Don Edwards, G
847. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Jack Campbell, D
848. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Claude Larose, RW
849. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Doru Tureanu, C
850. raleh - Springfield Indians - Bill Ranford, G
851. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Art Gagne, RW
852. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Mattias Norstrom, D
853. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Ed Olczyk, C
854. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Andre Boudrias, LW/C
855. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Sylvain Cote, D
856. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Cully Dahlstrom, C
857. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Cliff Ronning, C
858. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Gerry McNeil, G
859. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Kenny Jonsson, D
860. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Vancouver Velocity - Kelly Kisio, C
861. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Evgeni Nabokov, G
862. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Tony Granato, RW/LW
863. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Alf Smith, Coach
864. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Billy Gilmour, F
865. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Barry Trotz, Coach
866. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Craig Simpson, LW/RW
867. Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania) - New Haven Nighthawks - Lasse Bjorn, D
868. advantage2006 (acting GM MXD) - Montreal AAA HC - Udo Kiessling, D
869. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Vyacheslav Bykov, C
870. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Jiri Lala, RW
871. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Bohuslav Stastny, LW
872. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Herb Jordan, C
873. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Hy Buller, D
874. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Craig Janney, C
875. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Jacques Martin, Coach
876. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Tomas Vokoun, G
877. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Sergei Kapustin, LW
878. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Rob Niedermayer, RW
879. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Mike Milbury, D
880. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Mike Green, D

Round 23

881. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Albert Langlois, D
882. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Barry Pederson, C
883. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Luke Richardson, D
884. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Gilles Marotte, D
885. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Bruce Driver, D
886. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Rick Green, D
887. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Gaetan Duchesne, LW
888. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Paul Haynes, C
889. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Jay Bouwmeester, D
890. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Sami Salo, D
891. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Gregg Sheppard, C/LW
892. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - John Sorrell, LW
893. advantage2006 (acting GM MXD) - Montreal AAA HC - Josef Malecek, C
894. Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania) - New Haven Nighthawks - Serge Bernier, RW
895. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Sylvain Lefebvre, D
896. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Fredrick Whitcroft, F
897. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Ryan Miller, G
898. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Steve Chiasson, D
899. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Real Cloutier, RW
900. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Mario Marois, D
901. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Vancouver Velocity - Karel Gut, D
902. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Vladamir Zabrodsky, C
903. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Danny Grant, LW
904. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Dick Redmond, D
905. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Niklas Kronwall, D
906. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs -Cam Ward, G
907. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Bryan McCabe, D
908. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Bob MacMillan, F
909. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Frank Rankin, R
910. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Jim Peplinski, RW
911. raleh - Springfield Indians - Don "Bones" Raleigh, C
912. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Anton Volchenkov, D
913. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Aaron Ward, D
914. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Marc-Andre Fleury, G
915. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Marian Gaborik, RW
916. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Alex Shibicky, LW
917. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Art Farrell, RW
918. chaosrevolver (acting GM BM67) - Peterborough Petes - Jeff Brown, D
919. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Cecil Blachford, F
920. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Lubomir Visnovsky, D

Round 24

921. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Zach Parise, LW
922. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Fredrick Olausson, D
923. chaosrevolver (acting GM BM67) - Peterborough Petes - Saku Koivu, C
924. Hedberg & vancityluongo - Tidewater Sharks - Harold "Slim" Halderson, D
925. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Lee Fogolin Sr, D
926. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Lee Fogolin Jr, D
927. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Claude Ruel, Coach
928. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Russ Courtnall, RW
929. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Steven Stamkos, C
930. raleh - Springfield Indians - Steamer Maxwell, R
931. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Adrian Aucoin, D
932. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Moose Watson, LW
933. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Miroslav Satan, W
934. seventieslord - Regina Pats - Lou Fontinato, D
935. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Reggie Lemelin, G
936. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Patrick Kane, RW
937. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Rick Kehoe, RW
938. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Manny Malhotra, C
939. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Rich Preston, RW
940. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Vancouver Velocity - Barney Holden, D
941. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Ran McDonald, RW
942. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Pavel Kubina, D
943. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Igor Liba, F
944. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Walter Smail, D/W
945. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Weldy Young, D
946. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Gary Roberts, Conditioning Coach
947. Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania) - New Haven Nighthawks - Martin Lapointe, RW
948. advantage2006 (acting GM MXD) - Montreal AAA HC - Vladimir Yurzinov, Coach
949. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Vladimir Myshkin, G
950. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - "Sugar" Jim Henry, G
951. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Yuri Fedorov, D
952. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Murray Balfour, RW
953. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Viktor Shuvalov, C
954. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Bill Fairbairn, RW
955. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Laurie Boschman, C
956. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Doug Jarrett, D
957. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Lloyd Percival, Conditioning Coach
958. Home Nugget - Detroit Riots - Paul MacLean, Coach
959. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens Jacques Laperriere, Coach
960. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Anze Kopitar, C

Round 25

961. Cognition - San Jose Sharks - Dan Bylsma, Coach
962. Reen Machine - Montreal Canadiens - Chris Nilan, RW
963. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Pete Muldoon, Coach
964. EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Johnny Gagnon, RW
965. Dwight - Battle Creek Battallion - Don Grosso, LW/C
966. papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Blaine Stoughton, RW
967. nik jr - Jokerit Helsinki - Miroslav Dvorak, D
968. Dreakmur - McGuire’s Monsters - Kent Douglas, D
969. BiLLY_ShOE1721 - Philadelphia Firebirds - Fr. David Bauer, Coach
970. Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Jiri Kralik, G
971. TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Alexei Zhitnik, D
972. Reds4Life & Johnny D - Chicago Steelers - Frank Patrick, Assistant Coach
973. advantage2006 (acting GM MXD) - Montreal AAA HC - Warren Strelow, Goaltending Coach
974. Nighthawks (acting GM Zamboni Mania) - New Haven Nighthawks - Wilf Cude, G
975. BraveCanadian - Guelph Platers - Dmitri Khristich, F
976. Boy Wonder - North Pole Penguinators - Bobby Gould, RW
977. Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Marc Crawford, Coach
978. MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Ladislav Trojak, RW
979. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Marty Turco, G
980. Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators - Curt Fraser, LW
981. Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7 (acting GM VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys) - Vancouver Velocity - Marty Burke, D
982. DoMakc - Detroit Red Wings - Todd McLellan, Coach
983. markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks - Marc Savard, C
984. tony d & DaveG - Garnish Phantoms - Keith Acton, C
985. Velociraptor - Cleveland Barons - Oleg Tverdovsky, D
986. Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Jordan Staal, C
987. arrbez & vecens24 - Inglewood Jacks - Robert Lang, C
988. matsblue13 - Niagara City Blues - Petr Nedved, C/LW
989. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Jan Starsi, Coach
990. overpass - Ottawa Senators - Martin Straka, C/LW
991. raleh - Springfield Indians - Ted Nolan, Coach
992. Modo - Dawson City Nuggets - Vyacheslav Bykov, Coach
993. jkrx - Winnipeg Falcons - Pete Stemkowski, C
994. JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers - Lorne Campbell, F
995. Stoneberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Jimmy Roberts, RW/D
996. hungryhungryhippy - Vancouver Maroons - Rudy Migay, C
997. MVPeyton & The Sabre - Portland Pirates - Ivan Hlinka, Coach
998. chaosrevolver (acting GM BM67) - Peterborough Petes - Bob Murray, D
999. Leafs Forever - Toronto St. Pats - Joe Juneau, LW/C
1000. monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires - Alain Vigneault, Coach

Add/Drop:
Rick Middleton & Sturminator - Gwinnett Gladiators:
Released RW Ran McDonald
Added RW Glen Murray

VanI/JustOneOfTheGuys - Vancouver Velocity:
Released D Dennis Kearns, C Orland Kurtenbach, D Willie Mitchell
Added C Lorne Henning, Coach Tom Watt, D Doug Young

markrander87 - Cincinnati Fireworks:
Released Coach Pete Muldoon
Added D Larry Hillman

Trades:

To Kimberley Dynamiters: 10th overall(1st), 170th overall(5th) and 471st overall(12th)
To Minnesota Fighting Saints: 64th overall(2nd), 97th overall(3rd) and 384th overall(10th)

To New Jersey Swamp Devils: All of North Pole’s picks, starting at #11
To North Pole: All of New Jersey’s picks, starting at #16

To Detroit Falcons: All of McGuire’s picks, starting at #4
To McGuire’s Monsters: All of Detroit’s picks, starting at #8

To Detroit Riots: 2nd, 79th , 159th & 239th picks.
To Montreal Canadiens: 3rd, 78th , 158th & 238th picks.

to Portland: 1st (#20), 4th (#141), 6th(#221)
to Gwinnett: 2nd (#52), 3rd (#109), 5th (#189)

to Kimberley: 1st (16), 18th (705), 20th (785)
to North Pole: 5th (177), 7th (257), 11th (417)

To Vancouver Velocity: All of Halifax’s picks, starting at #21
To Halifax: All of Vancouver’s picks, starting at #35

To Inglewood: All of Kenora’s picks, starting at #19
To Kenora: All of Inglewood’s picks, starting at #6

To Gwinnett Gladiators: 5th (#163), 14th (#558)
To Detroit Riots: 5th (#180), 12th (#461)

To Montreal Canadiens: picks - 12, 172, 389
To Trinec: picks - 78, 82, 242

To Vancouver Millionares: 17, 170
To Kimberley Dynamiters: 40, 120

To Tidewater: Gwinnett: 2nd (#61), 5th (#189), 10th (#340)
To Gwinnett: 2nd (#44), 6th (#204), 12th (#437)

To Vancouver Velocity: 2nd (#65), 7th (#257)
To North Pole: 2nd (#60), 8th (#300)

To Vancouver Maroons: 3rd (#105), 9th (#345)
To Cleveland: 4th (#125), 8th (#285)

To Kenora: 2nd (#64) and 6th (#231)
To Minnesota: 2nd (#75) and 5th (#166)

To McGuire’s: Andy Bathgate (#67) and 8th (#307)
To New Haven: 4th (#153), 5th (#168)

To Philadelphia: 3rd (#84), 5th (#164), 7th (#244)
To Detroit Falcons: 3rd (#89), 4th (#152), 6th (#232)

To Minnesota: 3rd (#115), 8th (#286), 15th (#595)
To Halifax: 3rd (#97, 9th (#330) & 16th (#631)

To North Pole: 3rd (#94), 7th (#254)
To New Haven: 4th (#145), 5th (#176)

To Detroit Red Wings: 3rd (#119), 5th (#199), 7th (#279)
To Toronto St. Pats: 3rd (#102), 6th (#219), 8th (#299)

To San Jose Sharks: 6th (#202), 9th (#359), 17th (#679)
To Toronto St. Pats: 5th (#161), 12th (#480), 16th (#640)

To Montreal Canadiens: 4th (#124), 13th (#517), 14th (#524)
To Tidewater Sharks: 4th (#158), 10th (#389), 14th (#559)

To the Vancouver Millionaires: 149 and 332
To the Chicago Steelers: 170 and 281

To New Jersey Swamp Devils: Tommy Phillips, 414, 547
To New Haven Nighthawks: picks 251, 310, 491

To Cincinnati Fireworks: 181, 421, 460
To Vancouver Velocity: 218, 378, 458

To NJ Swamp Devils: 259, 302, 579
To Inglewood Jacks: 230, 390, 550

To Toronto St. Pats: 233, 248
To McGuire's: 219, 282

To Montreal AAA HC: 278, 358
To Peterborough Petes: 253, 413

To Detroit Red Wings: 332, 360, 361
To Vancouver Millionaires: 279, 379, 459

To McGuire's Monsters:
326, 395, 475
To Kenora Thistles: 313, 408, 488

To Halifax Mooseheads: 309, 412, 492
To Chicago Steelers: 355, 366, 435

To Philadelphia Firebirds: 343, 423, 538
To Cincinnati Fireworks: Vitaly Davydov, 472, 552

To Niagara City Blues: 507, 614
To Regina Pats: 373, 908

To the San Jose Sharks: 429, 669
To The Portland Pirates: 401, 881

To Tidewater Sharks: 509, 532, 852
To Portland Pirates: 444, 597, 997

To Detroit Riots: 503, 618, 938
To Cincinnati Fireworks: 478, 723, 963

To Montreal AAA: 678 and 683
To Peterborough Petes: Clarence McKerrow (573) and Pick # 788

To Vancouver Maroons: 630, 731
To NJ Swamp Devils: 605, 836

To Cleveland Barons: Alexander Ragulin, Duane Sutter
To Inglewood Jacks: Nikolai Sologubov, Jack Darragh

To Regina Pats: 739, 782
To Inglewood Jacks: Reg Fleming, 987

Time off the Clock:

3 hours (MAXIMUM PENALTY, ONE HOUR CLOCK FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE DRAFT)
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Thatguy17 & SaltyStyle7
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EagleBelfour (717)
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nik jr (714)
BraveCanadian (735)
Mr Bugg (817)
Leaf Lander (826)
Modo (832)
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Cognition (880)

2 hours
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Rick Middleton & Sturminator (740)
Leafs Forever (759)
Home Nugget (878)
Reds4Life & Johnny D (892)
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MadArcand
papershoes
Dwight
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Reen Machine (879)
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Thanks for the comments on Henrik Lundqvist everyone. Drafting two active player on my team is kinda new for me!

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Good post, sturm. Actually, Doan sort of is on my second line now.

Phillips - Richard - Richard
Doan - Smith - Palffy
Lewis - Starshinov - Mayorov

Strength vs strength, left wing lock.

The smith and starsh lines will probably see similar ice time at even strength, but I think it works better aesthetically this way - so GMs won't look at it as "OMG, palffy on a third line!"
Now I'm thinking: OMG, Starshinov is on a third line! That third line is a good notch better than your second line.

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You can't tell me guys like Potvin, Hern, Peeters, Kolzig etc. are better options.
Hern was arguably the best goaltender of the 1900's, he's definitely a notch ahead. Peeters, Kolzig and Khabibulin falls in the same category, perhaps I would have The Bulinwall ahead of both of them, but I see them as pretty much equals. The Cat trails behind all of them IMO.

When Riley Hern was taken, my list pretty much was Henrik Lundqvist, John Ross Roach and Nikolai Khabibulin in that order. Roach has a better peak value than both of them, but I went with the consistancy of Lundqvist. I guess it depend which kind of backup you want on your team. When I draft an elite goaltender ala Plante or Sawchuk, I like drafting guys that can save my ass if my starter gets injured, even if they are renown streaky or only have a few season of peak hockey.

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Thanks for the comments on Henrik Lundqvist everyone. Drafting two active player on my team is kinda new for me!



Now I'm thinking: OMG, Starshinov is on a third line! That third line is a good notch better than your second line.



Hern was arguably the best goaltender of the 1900's, he's definitely a notch ahead. Peeters, Kolzig and Khabibulin falls in the same category, perhaps I would have The Bulinwall ahead of both of them, but I see them as pretty much equals. The Cat trails behind all of them IMO.

When Riley Hern was taken, my list pretty much was Henrik Lundqvist, John Ross Roach and Nikolai Khabibulin in that order. Roach has a better peak value than both of them, but I went with the consistancy of Lundqvist. I guess it depend which kind of backup you want on your team. When I draft an elite goaltender ala Plante or Sawchuk, I like drafting guys that can save my ass if my starter gets injured, even if they are renown streaky or only have a few season of peak hockey.
The consistency of Lundqvist (as I've said already) is the biggest reason I consider him the #1 goalie in the NHL right now. You having a lower end #1, you couldn't have found a better backup in Lundqvist I think because he's SO consistent.

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Modo picks Doru Tureanu. I had not heard of this player so I googled him and was told he is "the best player you never heard of."
LOL

Oh, and I am not PMing those guys as I am trying to drive home from a hockey game right now. It is bad enough that I am posting, haha...

Night all.back to pick in around 8 hours.

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A few notes on Wilf Paiement:

I had remembered Paiement from the 80's as a good offensive and quite dirty powerforward on some crappy teams (and for a little while in Quebec), but I had not realized, myself, upon drafting him, what a useful penalty-killer Paiement was, especially as a shorthanded goalscorer, where he was exceptional. Here are Paiement's SHG top-20 finishes:

3rd (76-77), 9th (77-78), 9th (79-80), 10th (81-82), 15th (80-81), 16th (83-84)

Those are pretty nice credentials. Actually, over the period of Paiement's peak (76-77 to 83-84...yes, I realize this is cherrypicking one guy's best years), he was 5th in the NHL in shorthanded goalscoring. Here are the leaders from that period:

Gretzky: 29 SHG
Goring: 25 SHG
xxxxxx: 23 SHG
Barber: 20 SHG
Paiement: 18 SHG
Ramsey: 16 SHG
Bourne: 16 SHG
xxxxxx: 16 SHG
Clarke: 15 SHG

Pretty good company, and the strange thing is that Paiement did it with what amounts to 2nd unit PK icetime. If we remove the outlier 79-80 season in which Paiement scored 2 shorthanded goals with only 14% PK TOI (egads!), in the other five seasons (all of which he placed in the top-20 in SHG), Paiement's PK TOI is:

- 25%: (76-77) - 5 SHG
- 34%: (77-78) - 2 SHG
- 47%: (80-81) - 3 SHG
- 28%: (81-82) - 3 SHG
- 21%: (83-84) - 3 SHG

So with an average of around 30% PK TOI (low-end 2nd unit time), Paiement was consistently one of the league's best shorthanded goalscorers. Anyway, Paiement was an interesting player, and I think quite a useful guy to have in bottom-6 role in the ATD. He was highly regarded for his skill during his prime, being selected to play for Team Canada in the first three IIHF World Championships for which NHLers were eligible: 1977, 1978 and 1979 - winning the Directorate Best Forward award (some sources say he split it with Makarov) in 1979 in spite of only scoring 6 points in 8 games (which put him out of the top-10 scorers). Paiement's scoring totals in those WC games are pretty impressive. He put up 5-5-10 in 10 games in 1977, 6-1-7 in 10 games in 1978 and 3-3-6 in 8 games in 1979, plus the Best Forward award.

Paiement was somewhat notorious for his performance in what was generally a notorious 1977 tournament for the Canadian team, being specifically involved in incidents with Swedish and Russian players and knocking a couple of Russians out cold in team and line brawls. Paiement also gained notoriety for a stick-swinging incident in which he smashed another player directly in the face (after being cross-checked in the face by same player), was suspended 15 games for his trouble and ended up in court over it, eventually losing a civil suit for damages (but was fortunately covered by the NHL's insurance policy).

Paiement was the first player ever drafted by the Kansas City Scouts, later the Colorado Rockies and eventually the New Jersey Devils, making him in a sense the original Devil. He was a good two-way player and noted pugilist. From his LLOH profile:

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The young Wilf Paiement played his minor hockey in Northern Ontario until he was surprised by his high school principal who informed him that, according to the Globe & Mail, he'd just been drafted #1 by the Niagara Falls Flyers of the OHA.

He joined the Flyers the following year but found the cultural difference too great to handle at age 16. He returned home for a time and finally rejoined the club just as it was sold to Sudbury. All of the team's equipment and players were part of the deal except Wilf Paiement. Hap Emms retained his rights and, to Paiement's chagrin, sent him to St. Catharines where he played out his junior career as a prolific two-way player.

In 1974, he was chosen 2nd overall in the NHL Amateur Draft by the expansion Kansas City Scouts. The team's lineup was weak, but Paiement played a solid two-way game, establishing himself as a scorer who, like his older brother, could fight very effectively.
All-in-all, an interesting and I think underrated ATD player. Now, I don't think Paiement is anything special as a two-way even strength player at the ATD level. He is probably average in that role at this level, and is at any rate the weakest checker on the Balon-Steen-Paiement line, but he's not a defensive liability in any role and should be a highly useful 2nd unit PKer in the ATD. Paiement was a guy I was very happy to draft because of the priority I place on picking up useful and physically aggressive bottom unit guys who can take the pressure off of the ATD stars. Along with Mark Tinordi and Paul MacLean, Paiement will be tasked with fighting and getting his nose dirty when necessary so guys like Hooley Smith and Georges Boucher can focus on playing hockey.

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Springfield selects D Allan Shields and a guy who won't see any ice time unless he stays with the team for over 503 games, G Bill Ranford.

To be clear, I don't think Ranford is the BGA, but I do think he's the one who will be most okay with being stuck behind Glenn Hall.

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This one may be a little off the board, but this is a player who can do a couple of things at the elite level so I think he makes an excellent spare.

What if I told you that the player currently leading the NHL in PIM is still available? And what if I told you that this player was currently 4th in the NHL (among players with over 1000) with a faceoff winning percentage of 57.5%?

that's right, he's available. I'm absolutely thrilled to get him. I'm surprised no one has taken him as a fighting/faceoff specialist yet:

Zenon Konopka, C

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You are stuck with him..... April Fools or not.

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I hope most will take the time to read my essay on Al Rollins. The conclusion is at the end of the post.

You can read the entire uncensored essay and the conclusion here: http://hfboards.com/showpost.php?p=3...&postcount=189


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With our 15th selection, the 637th overall in this year All-Time draft, the Detroit Falcons are extremely please to select goaltender Elwin Ira Rollins



Nickname: Al, Thin Man
Height: 6'2''
Weight: 175 lbs
Position: Goaltender
Catch: Left
Date of Birth: October 09, 1926
Place of Birth: Vanguard , Saskatchewan, Canada
Date of Death: July 27, 1996 (Age: 69)

Stanley Cup Champion (1951)
Allan Cup Champion (1948, 1962)
PCJHL Most Valuable Player (1945)
PCJHL First All-Star Team (1945)
WCSHL First All-Star Team (1948)
WHL Second All-Star Team (1958, 1959)
United Press NHL Second All-Star Team (1951)
Vezina Trophy (1951)
Hart Memorial Trophy (1954)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1954)


SeasonsGPWLTSOGAA
943014120583282.78

Top-3 Wins (2nd, 3rd, 3rd)
Top-3 Goal Against Average (1st, 2nd)
Top-3 Shutouts (3rd)

SeasonsGPWLSOGAA
3136702.38

Top-3 Playoff Wins (3rd, 3rd)


Awards Nomination:

Calder Memorial Trophy:
1950-51: 2nd position (Terry Sawchuk) (-49.0%)

Hart Memorial Trophy:
1950-51: 8th position (Milt Schmidt) (0-0-1)
1952-53: 2nd position (Gordie Howe) (-56.9%)
1953-54: 1st position (+7.5%)



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A case could be made for Al Rollins as the most underrated superb goalie in NHL history.

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The difference was his spirited play at center coupled with the extraordinary goaltending of angular Al Rollins, who emerged with the Hart (MVP) trophy.
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Over time Rollins assumed the starting job from the legendary Broda. He backstopped a strong defensive club throughout the early 1950s. He won the Vezina trophy in 1951. He was the goalie when Toronto won the cup thanks to Bill Barilko's legendary goal.

However Rolly was dealt to the weak Chicago Blackhawks team in 1952. The team was desperate for players and the other NHL teams sent them some in an "unofficial" aid plan to save the Hawks. In fact in Rollins first year in Chicago, they only had about 20 players in training camp and Rollins was the only goaltender. The poor trainer had to suit up as a goalie in scrimmages.

Despite the terrible team, Rollins was incredible. And the hockey public noticed. In his first year he played 70 games and averaged 38 shots against! He had an incredibly respectable 27-28-15 record with 6 shutouts and a 2.50 GAA. He finished a close second to Gordie Howe in the Hart Trophy balloting.

The following season, 1953-54, the Hawks seemingly got worst. And while Rollins numbers took a beating he only got better. Forget about the 12-47-7 record. He played in the all star game and had 5 shutouts. Most importantly, he won the Hart Trophy as the league's MVP! That tells you just how good Rollins was - a 12 win season in 66 games earned him the most prestigious individual prize in hockey, over names like Howe and Richard!

Many modern fans remember how valiantly Ron Tugnutt battled the Boston Bruins when he played for the sad sack Quebec Nordiques in the early 1990s. The Bruins had 70 shots on goal, and superstar Ray Bourque had an unofficial record of 19 shots on goal by himself. Tugnutt stood on his head that night and almost singlehandedly earned the tie for his team that night, and became an instant fan favorite. Well that's how Al Rollins was for almost every game that he played for the Hawks. He is on of the most underrated goalies in hockey history.
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Al Rollins

Sometimes worst can be first.

Al Rollins spent six seasons in the minor leagues before getting his first chance in the NHL when owner Conn Smythe decided Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Turk Broda was too fat. Broda was ordered out of the lineup during November 1949 and was replaced by Gil Mayer. For added insurance, Rollins was purchased from the Cleveland Barons of the American Hockey League. He got into two games for Toronto before the season was over.

Rollins was 6'2'' and played a graceful, standup style. In 1950-51 he and Broda shared the Leafs net in a foreshadowing of the two-goalie system that was then still more than 10 years away. The pair gave the Leafs the best defensive record in the NHL by allowing one fewer goal then Terry Sawchuk did in all 70 games for the Detroit Red Wings, and Rollins earned the Vezina Trophy. In the playoffs, Rollins and Broda helped the Leafs to win the Stanley Cup.

In 1951-52, Rollins had the Toronto job for himself. He had another solid season, but was then traded to the Chicago Blackhawks for Harry Lumley. Rollins helped Chicago reach the playoffs in 1953, but the teams fell back into last place with only 12 victories in 1953-54. His exceptional play on the league's worst team was rewarded with the Hart Trophy.

The stress of playing behind a weak defense kept Rollins out of action for parts of the next two seasons, and he returned to the minors after the 1956-57 campaign. Rollins made a final NHL appearance with the New York Rangers in 1959-60.
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Vanguard, Saskatchewan native Al Rollins enjoyed a great NHL career. He won a Stanley Cup with the Toronto Maple Leafs and won the 1954 Hart Trophy as the League’s most valuable player, even though he played for the Chicago Blackhawks, the doormats of the League.

Rollins’ gamble paid off. He led the Flyers to the Allan Cup title, and was simply stellar in the final series against the Ottawa Senators. The Senators scored just 13 times in the six-game series, and were shut out in Game 4. Rollins played a total of 24 post-season games for the Flyers that season, winning 20 and posting an outstanding 2.46 goals against average.

Rollins could never convince Leafs’ management that he should be the team’s full-time stopper. In 1952, he was shipped to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for proven veteran Harry ''Apple Cheeks'' Lumley. For the better part of the decade, Rollins played valiantly for a team that regularly finished dead last in the NHL. It was with the brutal Hawks’ teams that greatly contributed to his less than stellar career record of 141-205-83. But the pundits could see that, despite the losses, Rollins was one of the League’s best net minders. In 1953-54, Rollins was named an All-Star and was awarded the Hart Trophy even though he won just 12 games while losing 47 that season. The hockey writers who voted for the award knew that Rollins faced more shots and scoring chances than any other goalie in the League, and the fact that he was able to keep scores respectable most nights was a testament to his fortitude.

Rollins passed away July 27, 1996. If only he had a better team in front of him, he may have been remembered along with the likes of Terry Sawchuk, Jacques Plante and Hall as the greatest of his era.
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An evening with Al Rollins. Not as spectacular as an evening with Fred Astaire? But far more fruitful in a hockey sense.
The hulking former National league goal tender, considered by some the best ever to play in the NHL, is enjoying his first year of retirement.
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Rollins was traded with a package of players to the Chicago Blackhawks for goaltender Harry Lumley in 1952. In the Windy City, Rollins found the club's affairs to be disorganized. He noted that in one game, he faced more breakaways than he'd seen during all three of his years in Toronto. But his heroic efforts to prop up the sagging Hawks didn't go unnoticed. He earned second spot behind Gordie Howe for the Hart Trophy as the league's MVP in 1953. Then, the next year, he took the Hart for himself.

A Study on Al Rollins year-to-year play with books, hockey cards and newspapers:

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(In the 1947-48 season) Rollins posted a 24-20-2 regular season mark with a 3.20 goals-against average. Those weren't head numbers, but Rollins would more than prove his worth in the playoffs, where he would put on a playoff run comparable to that of other future Edmonton goaltending legends Glenn Hall and Grant Fuhr.
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Originally Posted by The Calgary Herald; Al Rollins Gunning For Leaf Goal Job (09/22/1950)
Al Rollins, thrown overboard by the New York Rangers seven season ago, seems to be gunning for Turk Broda's job in the Toronto Maple Leafs' net.
This season, says Leaf coach Joe Primeau, ''he has come up with flashes of mighty good goaltending. He has been particularly good on close-in plays.''
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Toronto Maple Leafs probably have a bigger goaltender problem than any other National Hockey League club. Theirs is a happy dilemma, however - which one of the two top goalies to use?
''We'll use Rollins against the teams to which we lost games with Broda in the net.'' Smythe said last night ''We want to see how good he actually is. We have nothing to lose.''
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Originally Posted by The Montreal Gazette; Leafs' Conn Smythe Has Problem; Should He Keep Thin or Fat Man? (11/29/1950)
The burning question is whether to keep six-foot-two Al Rollins in the team's goal or send Pudgy Turk Broda back into action after four games on the sidelines.
''It's a tough one.'' Smythe said today ''I've got to decide whether to keep the thin man in there and let him get thinner or whether to go back to the thinned-down fat man''
But Rollins, improving every time out, has forced fresh consideration on that matter. He is the only unbeaten goalie in the N.H.L. with six wins and a tie in seven starts.
The Leafs bought Rollins, a native of Vanguard, Sask. This year, he was bought up to the big team to be worked gradually into the goaltending job on the theory that the Turk can't go on forever.
Rollins improved amazingly in his busy four-games-in-five-days stretch.
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Originally Posted by The Pittsburgh Press; Rollins Stars As Leafs Win (12/15/1950)
Al Rollins, the Toronto Maple Leafs' 24-year-old rookie goaltender, is either a good-luck charm, or else he's just plain good.
Rollins, former Pittsburgh Hornet, who shares the Leafs's goalie duties with the veteran Turk Broda, tended his 10th victory in 11 games last night as Toronto walloped the injury-riddled Chicago Black Hawks, 7-1.
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AL ROLLINS, former Edmonton Flyer and now one of Toronto Maple Leafs stellar goalkeepers.
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A couple of fellows who learned to play hockey in Western Canada will face each other tonight in a scene from what is shaping up as one of the neatest little dramas of the National Hockey League season.
The principals are Al Rollins, part-time goaltender for the second-place Toronto Maple Leafs, and Terry Sawchuk, who tends goal for the league-leading Detroit Red Wings.
However, while Sawchuk is the lone Detroit goalie, Rollins has been sharing duties with Turk Broda who, incidentally, is another Westerner.
But there's a problem. Rollins, who had played 28 games to Broda's 27, is doing so well that the Leaf hierarchy hesitates to take him out.
''How can you take him out when he's winning?'' asked Conny Smythe, Leaf general manager. ''The team comes first with me every time. Sure, I would like to have Turk and Al share the Vezina trophy, but Rollins has been going so well I don't see how we could replace him, at least until he's beaten.

Rollins has been beaten only twice in the last 18 games and his goals-against average of 1.89 is best in the league.
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Originally Posted by Ottawa Citizen; Toronto's Al Rollins In Line For Vezina And Rookie Cups (02/28/1951)
Al Rollins, six-foot-two goal-tending thin man, started the National Hockey League season as understudy to aging Turk Broda with Toronto Maple Leafs. Now he's threatening to walk off with the goal-tending Vezina prize and the league's rookie award as well.
There isn't a hotter goaltender in the league than the lanky rookie from Vanguard, Sask.

In 31 games-including one from which he had to withdraw after being hit over the eye with the puck-he has won 19 and lost four. He's allowed 57 goals for an average of 1.83 a game.
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Originally Posted by The Telegraph-Herald; Toronto Rookie Gets Puck Prize(03/25/1951)
The Vezina trophy, that award worth $1,000 to the National Hockey League goal tender ''who has played the most game for the team with the fewest goals scored against it,'' Monday was the property of Toronto's rookie Al Rollins.
The Brick wall from Vanguard, Sask., clinched the award Sunday night by blanking the Boston Bruins, 1 to 0, in the Leafs' last game of the regular season.
An unnoficial breakdown showed that Rollins played in 39 games of the Maple Leafes' 70 contests and was scored on 69 times while Broda was tapped for the same number in 31 games.
However, Rollins was red-hot in the nets and came up with many miraculous saves that earned him an astonishing mark of only 1.93 goals against for the season.
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Originally Posted by The Lewiston Daily Sun; Vic Lynn May Be Lost To Bruins; Al Rollins Through For Season (03/30/1951)
The Toronto Maple Leafs discovered today that their brilliant rookie goalie, Al Rollins, won't be able to play again this season.
He suffered a strained kneee ligament last night when the Boston Bruins defeated the Leafs 2-0, to take a 1-0 lead in their best-of-seven Stanley Cup semifinal game.
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Originally Posted by Spokane Daily Chronicle; Toronto Net Minder Returns to Action (04/07/1951)
The Toronto Maple Leafs, fired by news that goalie Al Rollins will be ready to play again next week, were out to take a 3-to-1 lead over the Boston Bruins tonight in their best-of-seven semifinal Stanley Cup playoffs.
Rollins was injured in the first game of the series 10 days ago in a collision with Boston's Pete Horeck and doctors at first said the Vezina trophy winning rookie would be shelved until next season.
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Originally Posted by The Pittsburgh Press; Al Rollins Stars as Toronto Beats Montreal in Overtime (04/18/1951)
It was one of those typical Montreal-Toronto tussies. Lots of high-sticking and brutal slashing. The Leafs' co-heroes were Kennedy and young Goalie Al Rollins, who was playing in his first cup finals.
Fully recovered from a knee injury he sustained in the semi final series against Boston, the former Pittsburgh Hornet was planted in the Toronto nets, replacing Veteran Turk Broda. Although the Canadiens kept the pressure on him throughout, the lanky youngster refused to budge.
Rollins was especially brilliant in the overtime session.
Montreal fans were whooping it up for Maurice Richar, who on three different occasions during the playoffs had produced winning goals in overtime.
But Maurice, alas, wasn't there. Rollins was, though, making stop after stop on the onrushing Canadiens. Finally, the Leafs got a break and Kennedy exploded his game-winning goal.
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Even the most stout-hearted Leafs supporters, including those who can remember back to the spring of '42 when Toronto dropped the first three games to the Detroit Red Wings and then roared back to win four in a row and the Stanley Cup, appear willing to concede that the Mapleos haven't got it this year.
As our sun-tanned pal of the Toronto Star, Milt Dunnell, points out, moves which the Leaf strategists used in '42 to turn back the surging tide of Redshirts have already been tried and failed. Instead of waiting until the third game had been played, Smythe sensed what was happening after the opener in Detroit and played his hand. He benched Cal Gardner in favor of rookie, Jim Morrison, and dragged Turk Broda out of virtual retirement to replace Al Rollins. Those were the psychological master moves. When they didn't work he was left high and dry.
You can be pretty sure that one of the changes will bring Rollins back into the nets in places of Broda.
It would certainly simplify the job of the Leaf front office if it could write off the big difference between the Wings and the Toronto club, as goaltending.
Admittedly, Smythe even if he won't admit has a goaltending problem to worry about.
The Leafs master-mnd showed his lack of faith in longlegged Mr.Rollins when he benched him right after the first game of the series in favor of a 37-year-old veteran who hadn't played a full game in the Toronto nets all winter. What kind of a jolt his removal was to Rollins' morale remains to be seen. It could ruin him as a top-flight performer. On the other hand it could have the reverse effect.
Meanwhile, Smythe's chess-player moves with his goalies has revived the rumor that Harry Lumley will be the Toronto goalie next season. Smythe denies it and it is a cinch the Leafs would have to give plenty-in players, not cash- to pry Lum away from the Black Hawks. However, where there's smoke there is usually fire and it will be interesting to see what develops.
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Originally Posted by Ottawa Citizen; Chicago Hawks Boost Lead With Victory Over Bruins (10/03/1952)
The Hawks showed their home audience a close-checking defensive game with Al Rollins, a former Leaf, turning in a fine goal-tending display, turning 28 saves.
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Originally Posted by The Leader-Post; Rollins hurt in ball game(06/29/1951)
Baseball seems to be a jinx game for Al Rollins, Toronto Maple Leafs' hockey goalkeeper.
He suffered a broken jaw and lost four teeth Wednesday night while playing baseball. He is in good condition in hospital.
Rollins was injured when he collided with a teammate in the outfield while playing for New Westminster Royals against Langley Athletics.
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Originally Posted by The Pittsburgh Press; Rollins Keeps Hawks Unbeaten (10/13/1952)
What looked like a typographical error atop of the National Hockey League standing today actually was the red-hot Chicago Black Hawks, who whirled to their third straight victory last night.
Turning aside 30 shots, Goalie Al Rollins, acquired this year from Toronto, paced the Hawks to a 2-0 triumph over the New York Rangers.
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Originally Posted by Reading Eagle; Players Deal Paying Off For Leafs, Black Hawks (11/06/1952)
That offseason trade between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Chicago Black Hawks apparently benefitted both teams.
The Black Hawks, given a big lift by former Toronto goalie Al Rollins, got off to a fast start in the National Hockey League this season.
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Originally Posted by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix; Santa Seldom Forget Rangers(12/26/1952)
Until then Al Rollins had been a standout, almost single-handedly turning back the rampaging Detroiters who carried a 39-22 shooting edge and had the pressure on constantly for the last 30 minutes.


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Originally Posted by The Leader-Post; Kelly best player, Patrick maintains - Lynn likes Rollins too (12/17/1953)
Patrick made another surprising observation by maning Al Rollins of the last-place Chicago Black Hawks as the league's best goalie.
''Rollins dosn't get nearly the protection that the others get. But he's looked great against us and with a better defence he'd be right up there with Harry Lumley (Toronto) and Terry Sawchuk (Detroit).''


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Originally Posted by The Calgary Herald; Al Rollins Still Rated Main Cog (10/13/1954)
Angular Al Rollins of Chicago Black Hawks probably won't be seeing as many black spots in front of his National Hockey League net this winter.
Al's lot as goaltender for the Hawks may be improving. If he had time to count the pucks opposing players shot at him last season the figure would of been enormous. The fact that 213 got past him would have demanded a bravery citation in any other business.
In three games so far this season Rollins hasn't had too much to do. He allowed nine goals in two defeats and a tie but can't be blamed for them because the Chicago defence still isn't up to scratch.
Without the 29-year-old native of Vanguard, Sask., the Hawks would be rushed right out of the rink. Big Al proved long ago that the Hawks made a good trade when they grabbed him from the Toronto Maple Leafs just before the 1952-53 season started.
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Originally Posted by The Calgary Herald; Irvin Signs As Black Hawks Pilot(03/05/1955)
Irvin will replace xxx, a top NHL defenceman for many years with Canadiens and New York Rangers who was made coach of the Black Hawks last year. He had little to work with outside of goalie Al Rollins and a few young forwards and the club finished in last place, but showed signs of improvement late in the season.


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Originally Posted by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix; Plante Owns Top Mark; Worsley Rates Busiest (11/16/1955)
PlayerSSTGPCT.Avg
Plante 44742126.9421.53
Sawchuk45142427.9401.60
Worsley56352736.9362.40
Rollins57953346.9262.71
Hall43339736.9172.12
Lumley48043446.9042.71
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Originally Posted by Gettysburg Times; Buffalo Gets First Shutout With Rollins (01/23/1956)
Goalie Al Rollins, who put up quite a fuss before agreeing to being shipped back to the minors with Buffalo, probably could get the Cleveland Barons to sign a petition requesting his return to the majors in nothing flat.
The ex-Chicago Black Hawks net tender in the National Hockey League handed the Barons their first shutout in three years of regular season American Hockey League play last night as the Bisons won 3-0.
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Originally Posted by Ottawa Citizen; Al Rollins Amazes With His Courageous Display (02/03/1956)
It's spelled G-U-T-S. It's the particular brad of courage Al Rollins had Thursday night.
Rollins refused to leave a National Hockey League game although he was twice struck on the head with a puck, was knocked unconscious, suffered a mild concussion and needed 11 stitches to close bloody wounds.
When he wasn't getting first aid, the 29-year-old goaltender was performing for Chicago Black Hawks. He was so good that Hawks were able to salvage a 2-2 tie against Boston Bruins.
Rollins was amazing at Boston. He ignored a doctor's advice to retire for the night and stuck to his post, showing no ill effects from being conked.
Edward Browne, Boston club physician, took Rollins into the dressing room for repairs. Dr.Browne said Rollins should quit for the night but neither Al not Chicago coach Dick Irvin would hear of such a thing.
Blood oozed from the nose cut as Rollins made stop after stop on Boston snipers. All told, he blocked 36 stops.
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Originally Posted by The Calgary Herald; Black Hawks' Al Rollins Ups Goaltending Mark (11/21/1956)
Al Rollins, lanky netminder of Chicago Black Hawks, performed some heroic acrobatic work in the National Hockey League last week to add a point to his average in efficiency ratings for goaltenders.
PlayerSSTGPCT.
Plante, M28627214.951
Sawchuk, B51447638.926
Hall, D47143635.925
Worsley, NY47543342.912
Rollins, C55250151.908
xxx, T43238745.896
xxx, M22419727.879
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Originally Posted by The Calgary Herald; Room For One But One Goalie On Chicago Hockey Club (09/21/1956)
Two veterans, Harry Lumley and Al Rollins, are looking for the job.
''We will go with the one who shows the best form in training camp.'' Ivan said. ''The other will be playing elsewhere.''
Both looked good in practice sessions Thursday.
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Originally Posted by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix; Rollins tough to Beat - Hawks Show Good Form By Tying Canyens, 3-3 (01/04/1957)
Goalie Al Rollins was outstanding for Hawks, making seemingly-impossible saves in the second period when the Montreal drive was at its height and again in the third when Canadiens went all out in an effort to pull out a win. Rollins had 39 shots tossed at him, compared with 20 Montreal goalie Jacques Plante had to handle.
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Originally Posted by The Miami News; Wings Goalie Finds Bench Hard To Take (02/01/1957)
Goalies xxx of Boston and Al Rollins of Chicago also distinguish themselves as the Bruins toppled the Black Hawks 2-0.
The rookie, however, had only 17 saves to a sensational 42 for Rollins.
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Originally Posted by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix; Calgary Stampede Land Rollins, Fills Big Gap (09/27/1957)
The Calgary Stampeders hockey camp too on a look of confidence and gaiety Thursday.
The Stamps landed the ''big one'' Thursday morning when Al Rollins picked up his equipment at the Cowboy dressing quarters. It was a move that had been anticipated for weeks but did not become reality till late Wednesday night when the veteran netminder arrived in the city.
Rollins will be counted on to fill a big gap in the Stampeders brigade for the western hockey league season. He is the man coach Frank Currie is counting on heavily to lead the club out of the doldrums.
Past records indicate Rollins may do just that. The six-foot, two-inch netminder who will celebrate his 31st birthday next Oct. 9, is a veteran of seven National Hockey League seasons. The last five have been spent with Chicago Black Hawks after starting out his major league career with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
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Originally Posted by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix; Stampeders Wins at Winnipeg (01/29/1958)
Calgary Stampeders made two first period goals stand up Tuesday night for a 2-1 victory over Winnipeg Warriors.
Both goaltenders turned n smart performances. Al Rollins turned aside 26 shots for Calgary.
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Originally Posted by The Calgary Herald; Run-Around For Rollins As Kyle gets Edward (09/10/1958)
ROLLINS had a tremendous season with the Cowboys last year and was named the most valuable player on the Stamps, was named to the second all-star team and was the first recipient of the Scott-Mamini trophy as Calgary's Athlete ofthe Year.
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Originally Posted by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix; Stampeders Counting On Impressive Youths (10/08/1958)
Rollins was a mainstay last year when the Stamps made the league finals and lost in four straight games to Vancouver Canucks.
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Originally Posted by The Leader-Post; Al Rollins will join Warriors (01/14/1959)
In Calgary, William Dickle, Rollin's Lawyer, said the goalie will discontinue a law suit filed against the Black Hawks and the Stampeders.
Rollins filed a $25,000 in damages on the grounds the two clubs were preventing him from making a living as a hockey player. He said they refused to offer him a contract and prevented him from negociating with other clubs.
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Originally Posted by Edmonton Journal; Too Much Rollins, say Tony Leswick (03/30/1959)
Peppery Tony Leswick, Edmonton Flyer's coach, summed up his club's downfall in three words, ''Too Much Rollins''.
Managers, coaches and players of both teams gave full credit Saturday night to Winnipeg Warriors' nimble netminder Al Rollins for his team's three-game sweep of the Western Hockey League's best-of-five prairie division semi-final.
Only eight nights before, Warriors were in the division cellar, two points behind Saskatoon Quakers with two games to play. They beat Saskatoon twice to gain the playoffs and followed up with the sweep over Edmonton.
In those five games Rollins, who was purchased late in the season from Calgary Stampeders, played spectacularly, allowing only six goals. In the playoff series he blocked 103 shots compared with 87 stopped by Edmonton's Ed Johnston.
Flyer manager xxx said: ''Every game it's been the same. We've outplayed them, but couldn't beat Rollins.''
''Winnipeg's going to have to improve to beat Calgary.'' he said. ''Still, with him in there, I don't know. He would have stopped many teams Saturday night and Calgary's going to find it hard to beat.''
Winniped coach xxxx said: Our boys were up for the game. They skated well and Rollins came through, especially in the first period. Edmonton played well and so did Johnston. The difference was goaltending in the first period.
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Originally Posted by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix; Warrior Blast Canucks 6-0 (03/14/1959)
Winnipeg Warriors, paced by the solid goaltending of Al Rollins and the three-goal performance of Steve Witiuk shut out Vancouver Canucks 6-0 in a Western Hockey League game Friday night.
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Originally Posted by The Windsor Star; Winnipeg Wins Behind Rollins (11/20/1959)
Winnipeg's victory was fashioned by the spectacular netminding of Al Rollins.
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Originally Posted by The Leader-Post; Warrior move out of cellar (12/12/1959)
Winnipeg Warriors vacated the Western Hockey League cellar Friday night with stellar goal-tending by Al Rollins paving the way to a 5-3 comeback win over Edmonton Flyers.
More than 3,200 fans watched Rollins kick out 32 shots.
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Originally Posted by The Spokesman-Review; 'Peggers Clip Calgary ASix; Rollins Stars (12/22/1959)
Al Rollins was the big man for the Warriors as he stopped 29 shots. He had little chance on the three goals that did get past him.
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Originally Posted by The Leader-Post (01/21/1960)
Goalkeeper Al Rollins provided the defensive spark in the late stages as Calgary swarmed in.
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Originally Posted by The Montreal Gazette; Al Rollins' Revenge (02/24/1960)
Al Rollins, who made a spectacular return to the NHL last weekend, was the most satisfied man in Madison Square Garden after the Rangers' 7-2 victory over the Boston Bruins last Sunday. He is still bitter against the Hawks - a bitterness that resulted in a suit against the Chicago club - over what he considers their inconsiderable handling of him after they'd obtained Glenn Hall from Detroit to replace him at the start of the 1957-58 season.
''Why, just last week they tried to block the deal that brought me to the Rangers,'' he told New York Rangers writers.
What is Rollins' future with the Rangers?
[...] The word from New York is that there's a possibility the Rangers may trade Gump Worsley. There had been some whispers of a possible deal involving the Gump before he was injured a week ago and these rumors are now being revived.
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Originally Posted by Ottawa Citizen; Al Rollins Gives Rangers New Life (02/26/1960)
The tall man rode in form the West last Saturday night and casually stopped 46 shots by the fastest guns in the East.
The dark hero was Elwin Ira (Al) Rollins. It was his return to the National Hockey League.
It's unlikely that Rollins can do much to get the New York into the playoffs. The Rangers are 16 points away from fourth place, the last playoff position, with 11 games remaining. But it looks as if he'll make the club a tougher opponent after a season as the league patsy.
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Originally Posted by The Leader-Post; Drumheller advances with win over Spurs (04/04/1966)
Veteran Al Rollins turned aside 41 shots in a solid netminding display for Drumheller.
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Originally Posted by Saskatoon Star-Phoenix (05/16/1966)
Miners, who outshot the defending champions 29-14 in the first two periods, had to rely on sterling goaltending by former National Hockey League standout Al Rollins as Beavers piled on power-play pressure in the final period.

Quotes:

- ''Toronto at the time had Turk Broda. They had Baz Bastien who was probably the best goaltender in the minors. Howie Harvey (brother of Hab's Doug) out of St. Mike's was probably the best amateur goalkeeper of the day. They were set forever. However, the first day of training camp they lose Baz Bastien (to an eye injury). Howie Harvey was probably the first player who retired because of a skin disease - guck they called it. They brought me in and I spent all year just practising and travelling and watching the visiting goalkeepers. I always sat behind the visitors' net and watched the other goalies and, with coach Hap Day, I had to go over every goal with him, visitor and home team, what the goalie did wrong. That first year I played two games. It was a learning process. I appreciated it. If you were to do it today to a rookie, he'd be insulted.'' - Al Rollins on his first season with the Toronto Maple Leafs

- ''I was a better goal keeper at 40 years than I was when I won the Vezina Trophy.'' - Al Rollins

- ''A goalie doesn't really mature until he's 30. Goalkeeping doesn't depend on speed so much as playing the angles, and that only comes with experience.'' - Al Rollins


Fun and Interesting Facts:
- Father of Jerry Rollins, who played several seasons in the WHA
- Al suffered from rheumatic fever, and was advised by doctors that his condition could endanger his heart. He continued to play until the age of thirty-six
- Rollins went to his first NHL training camp at the age of 16, with the New York Rangers
- Rollins got a shutout win in his first complete game with the Maple Leafs
- On December 2nd, 1950, in a game between the Maple Leafs and the Blackhawks, Al Rollins, Turk Broda and Harry Lumley received the three star of the game: Rollins sustained a cut above his eye in the middle of the game
- Rollins got scored on against Maurice Richard's 325th and 544th regular season goal
- Rollins got scored on against Gordie Howe's 200th and 300th NHL goals

Signing, Trades & Injuries:

- On September 13, 1949, he was traded to the Cleveland Barons of the AHL by the Kansas City Pla-Mors of the USHL for Doug Baldwin and Ralph Wycherley (AHL)
- On November 29, 1949, he was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs by the Cleveland Barons of the AHL for Bobby Dawes, Phil Samis, Eric Pogue, the rights to Bob Shropshire (NHL)
- On September 11, 1952, he was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks by the Toronto Maple Leafs with Gus Mortson, Cal Gardner and Ray Hannigan for Harry Lumley, September 11, 1952 (NHL)
- Rollins was signed around the 6400$ figure before the 1958 season
- On February 20, 1960, he was loaned to the New York Rangers by the Chicago Blackhawks for the loan of Ray Mikulan, future considerations and cash (NH


Abbreviation:

AHL: American Hockey League
NHL: National Hockey League
PCJHL: Pacific Coast Junior Hockey League
USHL: United States Hockey League
WCSHL: Western Canada Senior Hockey League
WHA: World Hockey Association
WHL: Western Hockey League


Internet Sites:
http://www.legendsofhockey.net/Legen...p?player=18681
http://www.sihrhockey.org/member_pla...id=4723&mode=0
http://www.oilersheritage.com/histor...alrollins.html
http://blackhawkslegends.blogspot.co...l-rollins.html
http://www.hockeygoalies.org/bio/rollins.html

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1950-51: Rollins just had a tremendous rookie season with the Toronto Maple Leafs. From everything I read, Rollins was without a doubt performing better than the ageing Turk Broda, while only Terry Sawchuk was the only goaltender performing at his height during that season. The main reason why he didn't receive an All-Star accolade is the fact that Rollins was bring into the Toronto Maple Leafs net in the middle of the season and all and all, only played 40 games with the club. I think Rollins was the best goaltender in the league during the 1950-51 season, but Sawchuk, playing all 70 games of his club at a very high level, was a worthy selection for hte first All-Star Team. Rayner received the second All-Star position due to playing 66 games for his club, but my opinion is that Rollins and Sawchuk were head and shoulder above any goaltender in the league that season. In the playoffs, Rollins was the #1 goaltender of his club. Although he got injured for part of the playoffs, he was still the man of confidence over Turk Broda, the legendary ''money'' goaltender.

1951-52: Although he didn't performed at the same level than his rookie season, Rollins still had a good season behind the strong defensives team of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Some report says that Rollins had another strong season with the Leafs, but one thing that is certain is that Conn Smythe didn't had confidence into the lanky Al Rollins. At the end of that season, where the Maple Leafs lost in the semi-final with an overall underwhelming performance, Smythe decided to go with the more experience goaltender and traded for Harry Lumley, sending Rollins to the Chicago Blackhawks.

1952-53: My opinion is that even if he lost the Hart Memorial Trophy to Gordie Howe that season, this is the most incredible season of Al Rollins' career. All reports I've read on him talk about how night in and night out he was the only player that kept the Chicago Blackhawks from being the joke of the league. He was also astonishing during the playoffs against the defending champion Montreal Canadiens during the playoffs, almost upsetting them in a 7 game series. That season illustrate how the All-Star selections were given to the goaltender with the best statistical results, because there's no denying that Rollins was the best goaltender in the National Hockey League during the 1952-53 season.

1953-54: This is the year that Al Rollins put his hand of the Hart Memorial Trophy, but this is not Rollins' best season in the National Hockey League. However, don't make a mockery of Rollins capturing the award, as he was still a sensational goaltender for the Blackhawks, despite the disastrous statistics. The Blackhawks of the early-to-mid 1950's were one of the worst defensive team that ever competed in the National Hockey League, and Rollins were close to being the sole man to keep them for being run out of the league. Several reports still rave about Rollins' incredible performances with the Hawks that season, although he only registered a mere 12 victories in 66 contest. The peak seasons of Al Rollins definitely lies between 1950 and 1954.

1954-55: I still read reports of Rollins brilliant play during the 1954-55 season, but the fact remain that Rollins didn't have the greatest of season with the Chicago Blackhawks. Only playing 44 games, Rollins' backup, Hank Bassen, did have far better statistics than him in 21 games. The unnoficial save percentage results of the 1954-55 season goes as follow (minimum 10 games played):

PlayerGPAvgPCT.
Harry Lumley, T691.93.929
Terry Sawchuk, D681.94.926
Jacques Plante, M522.10.926
Charlie Hodge, M142.27.917
Gump Worsley, NY653.00.916
Hank Bassen, C213.00.914
John Henderson, B452.47.903
xxx, B273.06.899
Al Rollins, C443.39.893

Rollins probably face the better competetion and the Blackhawks were still the worst team in the league, but my opinion his that the reports were still remembering the incredible first two season Rollins gave to the Blackhawks. Rollins definitely was not as good as his previous two season.

1955-56: This is a puzzling season for me. Although Rollins' stats are extremely better that season, the management at that point seemed to have lost confidence for the man they called the ''thin man''. Before anything, here's the unofficial save percentage statistics of that season (minimum 10 games played):

PlayerGPAvgPCT.
Jacques Plante, M641.86.929
Glenn Hall, D702.10.922
Gump Worsley, NY702.84.922
Terry Sawchuk, B682.60.913
Al Rollins, C582.97.913
Harry Lumley, T592.70.904
Hank Bassen, C123.42.881

Compared to his unspectacular backup Hank Bassen, Rollins blew him out of the water. Considering the fact that still play for the dreadful Chicago Blackhawks, he compares extremely well to everyone not named Jacques Plante, who's playing behind a dynasty team. At that point in time, the relationship between the Blackhawks management and Rollins were difficult, and perhaps the Blackhawks were giving every opportunity to Bassen to win the job over Rollins.

1956-57: This would be the last full season in the National Hockey League for Al Rollins. Winning the starter job with the Hawks over Harry Lumley, he would play all 70 games for his club.

PlayerGPAvgPCT.
Glenn Hall, D702.23.927
Terry Sawchuk, B342.38.921
Jacques Plante, M612.00.920
xxx262.42.915
Gump Worsley, NY683.24.907
xxx, T702.66.905
Al Rollins, C703.17.901
Norm Defelice, B103.00.889

Again, considering the dreadful team in front of him, Rollins' statistic is nothing to be ashamed of. The Blackhawks would start to bulk of their team in the following seasons, starting in goal with the legendary Glenn Hall, but that move would push Rollins out of Chicago. Unfortunately, we will never know if Rollins could of took a spot with another club in the following two seasons, as the Chicago Blackhawks made sure that Rollins would be buried in the minor for the rest of his career. Even in his small stint with the New York Rangers in 1960, the Hawks tried to block the transaction, as they didn't wanted to see Rollins play in the NHL ever again. It's still puzzling me how the Hawks treated Al Rollins during that time, but perhaps things happen behind close door that we will never know about.

1957-58/1958-59: Rollins played two season in the Western Hockey League, where he was still a superb goaltender. He was brilliant in the playoff of 1958 and receive two Second All-Star Team accolade during those two seasons. It's difficult to judge the strenght of the league and if Rollins was just dominating a lower league, but I believe he was still a fine netminder, perhaps close to a Top-10 goaltender in the world.

1959-60: With Gump Worsley going down due to an injury, the Rangers tried their luck with ageing Al Rollins, who exceeded all expectation and played beautifully with the Rangers. Newspaper were raving about Rollins, even thinking he could steal the spot of Worsley in the following season.

PlayerGPAvgPCT.
Al Rollins, NY103.10.920
Johnny Bower, T662.68.919
Glenn Hall, C702.57.918
Jacques Plante, M692.54.915
Terry Sawchuk, D582.69.908
xxx, B283.25.901
Harry Lumley, B423.48.895
Gump Worsley393.52.893
Marcel Paille173.94.870

10 games isn't a very extensive stretch of games, but those statistics are eye popping for a goaltender who was deemed ''not good enough'' to get a position in the NHL. For me, this show that Rollins could of been a good NHL goaltender until the end of the 1960 season and that he was steal of two good NHL season by the Chicago Blackhawks.

1960 and onwards: Although Rollins time in the NHL was over, Rollins was still passionate about the game and played hockey in various minor league until 1966. He would win the Allan Cup in 1962 with the Portland Buckaroos and was still consider a top goaltender wherever he played.

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What can we draw on this exhaustive essay on Al Rollins? First of all, we have to understand that Rollins is a difficult player to judge based on statistics alone. It's important to understand that the Chicago Blackhawks of the 1950's were not a bad team, they were a terrible team, awful enough defensively to be considered as one of the worst teams to ever play in the NHL. Rollins had to be the saviour on every night if he wanted his team to win the hockey game. Also, Rollins had to perform in one of the best era for hockey goaltenders. I think my year-to-year analysis draw those conclusion:

1950-51: Incredible season. Top-2 goaltender in the league, with Terry Sawchuk (Broda, Lumley, xxx, Rayner)
1951-52: Good, but unspectacular season
1952-53: Incredible season. Best goaltender in the league (Sawchuk, Worsley, xxx, Rayner, Lumley)
1953-54: Incredible season. Top-3 with Sawchuk and Lumley (Bower, xxx)
1954-55: Poor season. Perhaps the worst #1 goaltender in the NHL
1955-56: Very good season for Rollins, but it looked to have been a very good season for three other goaltender in Plante, Hall and Worsley. Rollins is very probably #4, over Sawchuk and Lumley.
1956-57: Good, but unspectacular season. Hall, Plante and Sawchuk are ahead of him, while Rollins, Worsley and xxx look to be in the same category.
1957-58: WHL. SAST. I will abstain to make a judgement on the strength of the league, as I don't know.
1958-59: WHL. SAST. I will abstain to make a judgement on the strength of the league, as I don't know.
1959-60: 10 game stint with the dreadful Rangers, but still makes him the best statistical goaltender of the league. Too few games to pass a judgment compared to other goaltender. The conclusion is that he had an incredible stretch of game with the Rangers.

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This is Al Rollins. Three incredible peak seasons, three good-to-great season and three seasons were you can guess just how good he could of been in the NHL (1957 to 1960). Rollins was a relatively consistent goaltender who lacks longevity at the NHL level (although don't think he lacks overall longevity as he played in professional leagues for 22 years). Upon further research, I don't think it's far fetched to call Al Rollins the most underrated goaltender in the history of the game, like several sources cared to write down.

I'm a little worried about throwing names out there, because I don't want the discussion on Al Rollins to become a pissing contest between teams trying to sell their goaltender, but needless to say that I don't believe that Al Rollins was the 43rd best goaltender in the history of the game, like this draft position tend to show. I believe Rollins should be viewed in the 30-35 ranges. Perhaps I overrate him, perhaps I underrate him. What do you guys think?

At last, I would just like to say that I'm very open to discussing the legacy of Rollins. Please, don't take my word for granted and take some time to read my essay and comment if you have any question or disagree with my conclusions. I think I gain a good grasp on just how good Rollins was, and will be ready to reply on any inquiry to the best of my knowledge. Again, I will reiterate that I'm not here to ''sell'' my players, but to get a better grasp on just how good they were.


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What if I told you that the player currently leading the NHL in PIM is still available? And what if I told you that this player was currently 4th in the NHL (among players with over 1000) with a faceoff winning percentage of 57.5%?

that's right, he's available. I'm absolutely thrilled to get him. I'm surprised no one has taken him as a fighting/faceoff specialist yet:

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