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Spreadsheet: 200+ notable players to retire since mid-90s (+ some player data)

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10-23-2012, 11:32 PM
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Spreadsheet: 200+ notable players to retire since mid-90s (+ some player data)

This is a spreadsheet I've made which contains 200+ notable players to retire since the mid-90s (specifically '96). It contains the amount of NHL games played, pts, ppg, year of last NHL game, last team, and any other team he might have had a significant career in. It's sortable of course and you can download and edit it to add stuff like goals, assists, first year, +/-, etc.

I made it because I use this sheet to track hockey cards for retired players but thought I'd upload it here so others could improve by adding goals or assists or some other stat like first year or use it for stats (those weren't originally needed for acquiring cards). Anyone who likes to do graphs and comparisons might enjoy it. Please let me know about any notable players who are missing. By notable I mean 400+ games played and decent players at some point but you might disagree on one I have included however my requirements are clearly not as stringent as the HOF. You might notice a random player like Knutsen included so please don't complain about a similar random player not being included since this is based mostly on the ones I actually remember but do mention any notable one I've forgotten (I know right away that I've forgotten Greg Adams).

Mid-90s might seem random to many of you but I chose that because that's when I started watching hockey and the main demographic on HF is I think in their late teens or early 20s so many of them remember hockey since the mid-90s. It's also because this is when the league had about 30 teams, broadcasting as well as the look of the game started resembling what we have now, and it was after the high scoring era.

Google docs link
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...xTHVfa2c#gid=3

Downloadable Excel link (ignore the iLivid ad, if anyone has a server then feel free to upload to that)
http://www11.zippyshare.com/v/23533658/file.html

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Very nice, I'll ensure to check it out

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