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11-20-2012, 06:07 AM
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Which players are locked out for the third time?

I was talking with my cousin yesterday and came to a subject that which players are locked out for the third time? That is, a player that had NHL contract for 1994-95, 2004-05 and 2012-13. I figured out three players, Selänne, Jagr and Brodeur. I think we can also include the players you would guess are going to sign for 2012-13 season if there ever is one.

And if this was already discussed in some thread, link that one here and lock this one.

edit. Gonchar, Arnott, Hamrlik, Khabibulin, Smyth, Aucoin and Rolston might qualify here too.


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11-20-2012, 06:18 AM
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http://www.hockey-reference.com/play...order_by=goals

Should include all of them, unless someone didn't play for all of '94-95 for some reason. Not Lidstrom, Langenbrunner, Arnott, O'Donnell or Park I suppose.

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11-20-2012, 06:26 AM
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Shame we're gonna lose at least two full seasons of Jagr, Brodeur and Selanne's careers.

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Shame we're gonna lose at least two full seasons of Jagr, Brodeur and Selanne's careers.
Or?



#positiveswithalockout

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11-20-2012, 06:37 AM
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Does anyone have a link to oldest current NHL players? I would like a list of players that are born in 1976 or earlier.

edit. Earlier of course, not later.

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11-20-2012, 06:43 AM
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Or?



#positiveswithalockout
I included him to not be a dick

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Does anyone have a link to oldest current NHL players? I would like a list of players that are born in 1976 or earlier.

edit. Earlier of course, not later.
Here's the top5 from eliteprospects. No idea whether it's accurate or not.

1. Teemu Selänne (42 yrs)
2. Jaromir Jagr (40 yrs)
3. Martin Brodeur (40 yrs)
4. Ray Whitney (40 yrs)
5. Daniel Alfredsson (39 yrs)

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11-20-2012, 07:06 AM
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Does anyone have a link to oldest current NHL players? I would like a list of players that are born in 1976 or earlier.

edit. Earlier of course, not later.
i don't have a direct link, but you can go to hockey-reference.com to check. this is a list from youngest to oldest active skaters. (from 1976 and earlier) goalies are at the bottom. some of the dudes on here might be retired/considering retirement so my bad if they're on here and they will no longer be playing hockey

Lubomir Visnovsky
Petr Sykora
Sheldon Souray
Ryan Smyth
Jody Shelley
Mikael Samuelsson
Bryce Salvador
Richard Park
Radek Martinek
Daymond Langkow
Filip Kuba
Ed Jovanovski
Milan Hejduk
Jeff Halpern
Patrik Elias
Shane Doan
Mathieu Darche
Matt Cullen
Brett Clark
Dan Boyle
Eric Boulton
Kimmo Timonen
Andy Sutton
Martin St. Louis
Vinny Prospal
Brendan Morrison
Ethan Moreau
Andreas Lilja
Jamie Langenbrunner
Hal Gill
Francis Bouillon
Todd Bertuzzi
Steve Sullivan
Jaroslav Spacek (just retired recently)
Sami Salo
Chris Pronger
Jay Pandolfo
Scott Nichol
Jamal Mayers
Saku Koivu
Roman Hamrlik
Sergei Gonchar
Jason Arnott
Steve Staios
Brian Rolston
John Madden
Andrew Brunette
Jason Blake
Adrian Aucoin
Ray Whitney
Mike Knuble
Jaromir Jagr
Tomas Holmstrom
Daniel Alfredsson
Sean O'Donnell
Teemu Selanne


Tomas Vokoun
Jose Theodore
Chris Mason
Miikka Kiprusoff
Ty Conklin
Brian Boucher
Marty Turco
Evgeni Nabokov
Tim Thomas (does he still count? )
Johan Hedberg
Nikolai Khabibulin
Martin Brodeur
Dwayne Roloson

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11-20-2012, 07:13 AM
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Here's the top5 from eliteprospects. No idea whether it's accurate or not.

1. Teemu Selänne (42 yrs)
2. Jaromir Jagr (40 yrs)
3. Martin Brodeur (40 yrs)
4. Ray Whitney (40 yrs)
5. Daniel Alfredsson (39 yrs)
Dwayne Roloson should be at the top of that list. he's 43. and the only one on that list that didn't see the 94-95 lockout is Alfie. (Rolie didn't see it either, though)

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11-20-2012, 07:16 AM
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Shame we're gonna lose at least two full seasons of Jagr, Brodeur and Selanne's careers.
Same for Ovechkin, Malkin and Rinne.

However, whilst the first two were likely to have played in 04/05 not sure if Rinne would've done.

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Dwayne Roloson should be at the top of that list. he's 43. and the only one on that list that didn't see the 94-95 lockout is Alfie. (Rolie didn't see it either, though)
Roloson doesn't have a NHL contract atm? That's probably why he's off the list.

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Roloson doesn't have a NHL contract atm? That's probably why he's off the list.
he still wants to play, though. didn't call it quits yet. but i understand where you're coming from. question, though. does Tim Thomas count, even though he said he was taking a year off his contract? still technically has a contract, but would have been inactive this season

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he still wants to play, though. didn't call it quits yet. but i understand where you're coming from. question, though. does Tim Thomas count, even though he said he was taking a year off his contract? still technically has a contract, but would have been inactive this season
I think his 94-95 season doesn't count.

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11-20-2012, 07:34 AM
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I think his 94-95 season doesn't count.
who's 94-95 season? o_O

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who's 94-95 season? o_O
Tim Thomas, that was the question, wasn't it?

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Tim Thomas, that was the question, wasn't it?
no that wasn't the question. Tim Thomas wasn't playing in the NHL that year, anyway. his first year was 02-03 (and even then, he only played 4 games) i was asking if he counted on the active players list because he would have been inactive this season, despite still having a contract.

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Same for Ovechkin, Malkin and Rinne.

However, whilst the first two were likely to have played in 04/05 not sure if Rinne would've done.
One is not like the others.

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Same for Ovechkin, Malkin and Rinne.

However, whilst the first two were likely to have played in 04/05 not sure if Rinne would've done.
Malkin didn't play until 06-07, so I doubt he would've played during 04-05

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Shame we're gonna lose at least two full seasons of Jagr, Brodeur and Selanne's careers.
yup, although that 04-05 lockout helped Selanne out in the end.

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Here's the top 5 from eliteprospects. No idea whether it's accurate or not.

1. Teemu Selänne (42 yrs)
2. Jaromir Jagr (40 yrs)
3. Martin Brodeur (40 yrs)
4. Ray Whitney (40 yrs)
5. Daniel Alfredsson (39 yrs)
That's never stopped anyone from posting.

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Here's the top5 from eliteprospects. No idea whether it's accurate or not.

1. Teemu Selänne (42 yrs)
2. Jaromir Jagr (40 yrs)
3. Martin Brodeur (40 yrs)
4. Ray Whitney (40 yrs)
5. Daniel Alfredsson (39 yrs)
Alfredsson's rookie year was 95-96, so he wasn't in the 1994-95 lockout.

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Same for Ovechkin, Malkin and Rinne.

However, whilst the first two were likely to have played in 04/05 not sure if Rinne would've done.
Ovechkin yeah, but Malkin was not ready to come over in 2004, especially considering he stayed in Russia for the 05/06 season.

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Ovechkin yeah, but Malkin was not ready to come over in 2004, especially considering he stayed in Russia for the 05/06 season.
I thought he had immigration issues and couldn't.

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Hedberg didn't appear in an nhl game until 2001 so even though he's old as ****, this is his second lockout

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http://www.sporcle.com/games/guide/n...-out-hat-trick

I don't know if these are correct but at least it is some type of a game that can be played, get it NHL, get it???

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