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01-20-2014, 03:07 PM
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The ATD 2014 Roster Thread

Red Fisher Conference

Foster Hewitt Division

chaosrevolver & Dreakmur - Montreal Shamrocks
King Forsberg - Modo Hockey
ted1971 - As de Québec
tony_d - Indianapolis Racers
Hedberg & VanIslander - New York Rangers
Johnny Engine - Buchans Miners
TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils

Jim Robson Division

87and71 - Pittsburgh Hornets
markrander87 - Victoria Salsa
Modo - Eishockeyclub München e.V.
MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
Stoneberg - Halifax Citadels
BillyShoe1721 - Philadelphia Flyers
ResilientBeast - Edmonton Eskimos

Jim Coleman Conference

Bob Cole Division

Brave Canadian - Guelph Platers
Jafar - Montreal Canadiens
Reds4Life - Detroit Red Wings
LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs
SchultzSquared - Salt Lake Golden Eagles
Hobnobs - Rögle BK
Velociraptor - Belfast Giants

Rene Lecavalier Division

Rob Scuderi - Pittsburgh AC
Hawkey Town 18 - Chicago Shamrocks
Dwight - West Island Lions
papershoes - Kenora Thistles
JFA87-66-99 - Pittsburgh Bankers
monster_bertuzzi - Vancouver Millionaires
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MONTREAL SHAMROCKS

General Managers: Chaosrevolver and Dreakmur



Coach: Lester Patrick

Frank Mahovlich - Hooley Smith - Frank Foyston
Dean Prentice - Marty Barry - Andy Bathgate
Herbie Lewis - Ken Mosdell - Jack Darragh
XXX - Red Sullivan - John McKenzie

Raymond Bourque - Lionel Hitchman
Jacques Laperriere - Reed Larson
Jean-Guy Talbot - Yuri Liapkin

Bernie Parent
XXX


PP1: Barry-Mahovlich-Bathgate-Bourque-Larson
PP2: XXX-XXX-XXX-XXX-Liapkin
PK1: Smith-Mosdell-Bourque-Laperriere
PK2: Sullivan-McKenzie-Talbot-Hitchman

*PP and PK lines are set up to go from C to D


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Modo Hockey
General Manager: King Forsberg
Coach: Glen Sather
Assistant Coach: Larry Robinson

Captain: Darryl Sittler
Alternate Captain: Chris Pronger
Alternate Captain:
Danny Gare

Steve Shutt --- Sidney Crosby --- Jaromir Jagr
Anatoli Firsov --- Darryl Sittler (C) --- Danny Gare (A)
Gilles Tremblay --- Jacques Lemaire --- Bobby Rousseau
Fleming MacKell --- Keith Primeau --- Kevin Dineen
Alexei Yashin, Anze Kopitar

Chris Pronger (A) --- Jan Suchy
Shea Weber --- Eric Desjardins
Frantisek Tikal --- Al Iafrate
Glen Wesley


Bill Durnan
Chris Osgood

PP1: Firsov - Crosby - Jagr - Weber - Pronger
PP2: Shutt - Lemaire - Sittler - Desjardins - Suchy
PK1: MacKell - Rousseau - Pronger - Tikal
PK2: Primeau - Tremblay - Desjardins - Weber
PK3: Lemaire - Suchy




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Quebec Aces Roster


Head Coach: Claude Julien
Bert Olmstead- Joe Primeau - Maurice Richard (" C ")
Alexander Ovechkin - Denis Savard - Claude Lemieux
Marty Pavelich - Butch Goring - Jack Walker
Mel Bridgman - Bobby Smith- Johnny Peirson
Jason Arnott - Patrick Kane

Leo Boivin ( "A") - Dit Clapper ( "A")
Phil Housley- Clarency Abel
Dallas Smith - Steve Duchene
Phil Russell

Turk Broda
Rogie Vachon

PP1: Ovechkin - Savard - Richard - Clapper - Housley
PP2: Bridgman - Smith - Primeau - Boivin - Duchene
PK1: Pavelich - Goring - Smith - Abel
PK2: Walker - Olmstead - Clapper - Boivin


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New Jersey Swamp Devils

Style = fast, aggressive, puck possession. Built around skilled defensemen, puck possession centers, and gritty wingers.



Head coach: Tommy Ivan

Toe Blake (A) - Bill Cowley - Bill Cook (C)
Gordon Roberts - Peter Forsberg - Gordon Drillon
Tony Leswick - Patrice Bergeron - Frank Finnigan
Sergei Kapustin - Vladimir Shadrin - Todd Bertuzzi

Babe Siebert - Red Kelly (A)
Herb Gardiner - Harry Cameron
Ryan Suter - Kevin Hatcher

Grant Fuhr
Chuck Rayner

Spares: Ray Getliffe (LW/C), Ryan Kesler (C/RW), Alexei Kovalev (RW/C), Ed Van Impe (D)

PP1: Drillon - Cowley - Cook - Kelly - Cameron
PP2: Roberts - Forsberg - Blake - Siebert - Hatcher

PK1: Shadrin - Finnigan - Gardiner - Siebert
PK2: Bergeron - Leswick - Suter - Kelly
PK3: Forsberg - Blake

When defending a lead late in the game, Ivan can put out three lines that are strong defensively:

Blake-Forsberg-Cook
Leswick-Bergeron-Finnigan
Roberts-Shadrin-Bertuzzi



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01-20-2014, 04:17 PM
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The Buchans Miners

Playoff lineup:
Coach: Tommy Gorman
Captain: Lester Patrick
Alternate Captains: Doug Gilmour, Al MacInnis

Dickie Moore - Aleksandr Maltsev - Didier Pitre
Luc Robitaille - Doug Gilmour - Odie Cleghorn
Esa Tikkanen - Red Berenson - Bill Guerin
Percy Galbraith - Brad Richards - Floyd Curry

Doug Gilmour will take about half of the 4th-line centre shifts.

Brad McCrimmon - Al MacInnis
Jimmy Watson - Lester Patrick
Gus Mortson - Robert Svehla

Patrick Roy
Dave Kerr

Spares

Mike Richards
Paul MacLean
Ian Turnbull
Al Shields

Powerplay:
MacInnis - Moore - Robitaille - Maltsev - Patrick
Pitre - Gilmour - B. Richards - Cleghorn - Mortson

Turnbull, MacLean, Svehla and Berenson will receive occasional spot duty on the PP.

Penalty Kill
Tikkanen - Gilmour - Watson - McCrimmon
Galbraith - Berenson - MacInnis - Mortson

A third unit of Dickie Moore, Floyd Curry, Lester Patrick and Robert Svehla will receive occasional spot duty on long penalty kills.

Last minute when trailing: Moore - Maltsev - Robitaille - Gilmour - MacInnis - Patrick

Last minute when ahead: Moore - Gilmour - Tikkanen - McCrimmon - MacInnis

and a word from singer-songwriter Matthew Hornell:


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Indianapolis Racers

Head Coach: Dick Irvin Sr.

Brendan Shanahan-Newsy Lalonde-Sergei Makarov
Brian Propp- Dale Hawerchuk-Joe Mullen
Wendel Clark-Dave poulin-Jim Pappin
Kelly Miller- Rick Macleish-John Maclean





Doug Harvey-Lionel Conacher
Gary Suter-Mike Ramsey--
Joe Hall-James Patrick


Billy Smith
Harry Lumley

Extras: Ron Stackhouse, Doug Weight, Andre Dupont, Ab Mcdonald

Captain: Doug Harvey
Alternates: newsy Lalonde, Dale Hawerchuk



Special Teams:

PP 1: Brendan Shanahan, Newsy Lalonde, Sergei Makarov, Doug Harvey, Gary Suter
PP 2: Brian Propp, Dale Hawerchuk, Joe Mullen, James Patrick, Lionel Conacher
PK 1: Kelly Miller, Dave Poulin, Doug Harvey, Mike Ramsey
PK 2: Brian Propp, Rick Macleish, Lionel Conacher, Joe Hall

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PP1: Joliat - Sakic - Cournoyer - Zubov - Howell
PP2: Sedin - Sedin - Tocchet/Leach - Park - Leduc
PK1: McGee - Russell - Park - Langway
PK2: Walsh - Gottselig - Leduc - St. Laurent
PK3: Sakic - Joliat - Howell - Leduc


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Jim Robson Division


87and71 - Pittsburgh Hornets
markrander87 - Victoria Salsa
Modo - Eishockeyclub München e.V.
MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
Stoneberg - Halifax Citadels
BillyShoe1721 - Philadelphia Flyers
ResilientBeast - Edmonton Eskimos

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Edmonton Eskimos

Coach : Jacques Lemaire
Assistant coach: Pete Muldoon

Captain - Lanny McDonald
Alt : Adam Foote, Woody Dumart

Woody Dumart --- Stan Mikita --- Cam Neely
Vincent Damphousse --- Peter Stastny --- Lanny McDonald
Harry Watson --- Igor Larionov --- Marian Gaborik
George Mantha --- Pit Lepine --- Jerry Toppazzini

Ex - Glen Skov (C/LW), Billy Boucher (RW)

Bill Quackenbush --- Tim Horton
Si Griffis --- Adam Foote
Hamby Shore --- Gennady Tsygankov

Ex - Wade Redden (D)

Ed Belfour
John Vanbiesbrouck

PP1: Si Griffis - Bill Quackenbush - Peter Stastny - Stan Mikita - Lanny McDonald
PP2: Hamby Shore - Tim Horton - Marian Gaborik - Igor Larionov - Cam Neely

PK1: Bill Quackenbush - Tim Horton - Pit Lepine - Jerry Toppazzini
PK2: Gennady Tsygankov - Adam Foote - Stan Mikita - Woody Dumart

Draft Picks
Round 1 (13) - Stan Mikita
Round 2 (44) - Tim Horton
Round 3 (69) - Bill Quackenbush
Round 4 (100) - Cam Neely
Round 5 (125) - Peter Stastny
Round 6 (156) - Ed Belfour
Round 7 (181) - Woody Dumart
Round 8 (212) - Lanny McDonald
Round 9 (237) - Igor Larionov
Round 10 (268) - Si Griffis
Round 11 (293) - Adam Foote
Round 12 (324) - Pit Lepine
Round 13 (349) - Harry Watson
Round 14 (380) - Vincent Damphousse
Round 15 (405) - Marian Gaborik
Round 16 (436) - Gennady Tsygankov
Round 17 (461) - Jerry Toppazzini
Round 18 (492) - Jacques Lemaire
Round 19 (517) - Hamby Shore
Round 20 (548) - John Vanbiesbrouck
Round 21 (573) - Glen Skov
Round 22 (604) - George Mantha
Round 23 (629) - Billy Boucher
Round 24 (660) - Wade Redden
Round 25 (685) - XXX


Quote:
The Eskimos club was formed for the 1910-11 season by Deacon White from the remains of the amateur Edmonton Hockey Club and inherited its membership in the Alberta Amatuer Hockey Association [1] In 1919-20, the AAHA formed the "Big Four" senior league, composed of two teams in Edmonton, and two in Calgary. This league folded in 1921, and the Eskimos helped to found the Western Canada Hockey League.
In 1922-23, Edmonton would win the WCHL championship and played in the Stanley Cup finals against Ottawa.
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GM: 87and71
Head Coach: Scotty Bowman
Captain: Ted Lindsay
Alternate Captain: Daniel Alfredsson
Alternate Captain: Scott Niedermayer


Ted Lindsay C - Adam Oates - Mike Bossy
Ilya Kovalchuk - Mats Sundin - Daniel Alfredsson A
Bob Pulford - Pavel Datsyuk- Dirk Graham
Bob Bourne - Bernie Nicholls - Terry O'Reilly
Boris Mayorov - Craig MacTavish - Boris Mayorov

Serge Savard - Scott Niedermayer A
Flash Hollett - Red Dutton
Viktor Kuzkin - Ken Morrow
Nikolai Sologubov Willie Mitchell

Tom Barrasso
Hap Holmes


Power Play 1:

Ted Lindsay - Adam Oates - Mike Bossy
Ilya Kovalchuk - Flash Hollett


Power Play 2:

Mats Sundin - Pavel Datsyuk - Daniel Alfredsson
Scott Niedermayer - Viktor Kuzkin


Penalty Kill 1:

Bob Pulford - Dirk Graham
Serge Savard - Red Dutton

Penalty Kill 2:

Bob Bourne/Craig MacTavish - Daniel Alfredsson
Scott Niedermayer - Ken Morrow


Round 1 (26) - Mike Bossy
Round 2 (31) - Ted Lindsay
Round 3 (82) - Scott Niedermayer
Round 4 (87) - Serge Savard
Round 5 (138) - Adam Oates
Round 6 (143) - Pavel Datsyuk
Round 7 (194) - Ilya Kovalchuk
Round 8 (199) - Daniel Alfredsson
Round 9 (250) - Mats Sundin
Round 10 (255) - Bob Pulford
Round 11 (306) - Scotty Bowman
Round 12 (311) - Flash Hollett
Round 13 (362) - Dirk Graham
Round 14 ((367) - Red Dutton
Round 15 (417) - Ken Morrow
Round 16 (422) - Tom Barrasso
Round 17 (474) - Terry O'Reilly
Round 18 (479) - Bernie Nicholls
Round 19 (530) - Nikolai Sologubov
Round 20 (535) - Hap Holmes
Round 21 (586) - Bob Bourne
Round 22 (591) - Viktor Kuzkin
Round 23 (642) - Craig MacTavish
Round 24 (647) - Boris Mayorov

Overview:

A lot of time is spent formulating a plan for drafts like these and for the most part i'm happy with how the picks unfolded in terms of what my pre draft thinking was in terms of style/strategy.

I value leadership, two way play, and clutch play very highly in my hockey players. There needs to be balance and role players in any lineup but those are two qualities i hold in high regard. With the roster i have assembled i think, for the most part i covered those 2 wants in spades. Ted Lindsay was a fantastic, hall of fame player, and quite possibly, pound for pound, the toughest SOB to ever lace up skates. He exudes what i want in my Captain. Hard nosed, premier skill and the ability to leave it all the ice and inspire not only by strong words but strong play. He was a character no doubt, and to balance his style i went with 2 other great leaders in the all time scope with Daniel Alfredsson and Scott Niedermayer. Their styles are the perfect contrast to Lindsay's. Much quieter, men of few words but actions on the ice allowed them to be viewed as great all time captains of their respective team(s).

I could have easily tapped a long serving captain like Mats Sundin, or Dirk Graham, Bob Pulford, Terry O'Reilly, Serge Savard, Viktor Kuzkin, Red Dutton etc to wear an A. I certainly didn't make it easy choosing the letter wearers.

If you're looking for clutch play, most of the team has a long resume of it. 4 Conn Smythe winners (Bossy, Pulford(retro), Savard and Niedermayer). Ted Lindsay was very good in the postseason, leading the playoffs in goals, assists and scoring all at least once and has 4 rings. Oates, although he never won a ring was tremendously consistent in the postseason on some lower seeded teams. He had 156 points in 163 games. 114 helpers ranks 15th all time........****add more*****

I wanted to make sure i balanced every line with at least one known and accomplished two way player. In some cases I was able to land multiple players per line to fill that type of role.

Adam Oates was a strong faceoff player and one of only a handful of players to finish a season top 10 in both scoring and Selke voting. He can be counted on to back check and be responsible in his own zone. Ted Lindsay will undoubtedly play all out in all 3 zones. Obviously the top line is built to score with an elite all time goal scorer (Bossy), play maker (Oates) and glue guy, who just happens to be supremely skilled offensively (Lindsay). It's a line that, together, will devastate opposing teams but also not be a liability one way or the other.

The 2nd line is much like the first, although stronger defensively, while still being very good offensively in comparison to most other 2nd lines they'll face. Datsyuk is one of the all time great 2 way C's and has the Selke record to prove it, not to mention scoring numbers (be it VsX or straight averages). Daniel Alfredsson was a very strong 2 way player, a do it all type. Ilya Kovalchuk was picked in large part because the line needed a strong goal scorer, which he fills, and also there is strong chemistry between him and Datsyuk from their time playing with the Russian national team in multiple world events. Kovalchuk is not a soft player and will throw his weight around from time to time but he certainly needs players like Datsyuk and Alfredsson, not only for line defensive responsibility but leadership. Kovy had some attitude issues and i know the only way you can minimize those concerns is to make sure he's with familiar faces and players who will push him to be strong in his efforts. I believe i was able to accomplish that.

The 3rd line, like most is more or less a checking, defensive stalwart line, with a slight twist. Most 3rd line will be assembled with 3 more or less similar type players. When Mats Sundin was on the board at 250, i couldn't pass up the value and although i already had Oates and Datsyuk, came up with, what i feel is a pretty good plan. Obviously Sundin is much more a #2 than #3, however having him AND Datsyuk gives me some flexibility. Against a team with a Gretzky or smaller sized high end #1 C's you'll likely see me employ Datsyuk on the 3rd unit as his defense is elite. However, moving him permanently to the 3rd line doesn't really work for me for 2 reasons. One, it leaves me defensively weaker on my 2nd line (with Sundin there) and two, it leaves me slightly weaker offensively on the 3rd. Sundin might not be a typical #3 but his size will allow him to play there vs bigger bodied #1's and lower end guys as well. Obviously Pulford and Graham bring tremendous checking, defensive and penalty kill ability but more or less are short on offensive skill. Sundin can help with that and given his size he's not entirely incapable of moving people in the offensive zone when he's on the puck specifically. The ability of Pulford and Graham as elite #3's allows a bit more flexibility here IMO, than simply running 3 low end offense, defensive minded players as you typically see. And when needed based on matchup, Datsyuk is perfect to drop down a line.

The 4th line is a nice combination of grit/toughness, scoring, defense and all around hustle. Terry O'Reilly was one of the guys i absolutely wanted on my roster before the draft began and was more than happy to get him when i did. He personifies a 4th liner in a draft like this. Plays all out, every shift, was God like in the corners and could hang and bang with anyone, even the most feared fighters. As a bonus he was a pretty good offensive player (0.68 ppg mainly in the 70's) as well, likely because he won so many battles down low and had decent enough hands to make plays passing the puck. He received Selke votes as well 3 different times so he wasn't just a forechecking demon. He can play rough and tough in all 3 zones. Bernie Nicholls was another value pick. If you read the tremendous bio tony d did, you'll see while not a big checker or rough person, he never shied away from the front of the net or corners and scouting reports showed he played better in rough situations. His offensive ability will be tough to match for other teams 4th liner C's. He's the type of guy who will benefit a lot from having an elite corner man in O'Reilly. Nicholls had a wicked shot and it will make for great scoring depth. You will be hard pressed to find an all time scorer like him (over PPG) on a 4th line. As a bonus, while never winning a Cup he was tremendous in the postseason with 114 points in 118 games. Bob Bourne was another guy i discovered fairly early on and after in depth scouting, fit what i wanted to a T. On the bio i did, you'll see that he was very likely the most important piece to the Islander dynasty after the trio of Trottier, Bossy and Potvin (and Billy Smith in net). He averaged better than a PPG from 80-83 in the postseason, was one of the fastest skaters in hockey, good fore/back checker, and a tremendous penalty killer. He's the epitome of the kind of guy you want to win as a 4th liner.

Obviously going W-W with my first 2 picks and picking late in the 1st round, i knew that i'd be getting a lower end #1 defender (Savard), although the pairing has a higher end #2 in Niedermayer.

(http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1299145) Although the list has some flaws, it should be noted that Scotty Bowman (my coach) was a HUGE fan of not only Savard but Niedermayer as well. Scotty Bowman ranked Savard (20th) just ahead of names like Denis Potvin and Larry Robinson on his top 100 Canadian hockey players of all time list. Serge was a player that Bowman put a lot of trust in defensively for his dynasty years coaching the Montreal Canadians in the 70's. Savard had a ton of offensive potential but 2 serious knee injuries earlier in his career forced him to adopt a more defensive minded game which he excelled at tremendously. He's an elite penalty killer and even strength defensive wizard and has a direct link to Bowman which bodes well. He may not be in the top tier of #1's but his style of play and link to Scotty ups his value. Given how Bowman rates Savard, i have no doubt he'd be more than OK putting Savard out there as his #1. A Conn Smthe winner.

Niedermayer is a guy who gets under appreciated by so many. Bowman ranked Nieds 34th on his all time list and for reference he had Scott Stevens at 49 and Chris Pronger 64th. He played huge minutes all the way until the end of his career. He played a shade under 28 minutes per at age 36 for Anaheim and during the playoffs when he won a SC and Conn Smythe, he played 30:51 per, at age 33. His endurance was legendary. He was an elite skater and very good puck mover. Given those traits and his offensive production he's a great partner for Savard. Ranking 33rd in the HOH all time defensive ranking, he makes for a very solid #2 IMO. His leadership qualities are well documented and carried himself extremely well as a captain in the last third of his career. Niedermayer is the only player in hockey history to win every major North American and world title a Canadian can win: the Memorial Cup, World Junior championship, Stanley Cup, World Championship, World Cup and Olympic gold medal as well. He's a winner, plain and simple.

Flash Hollett retired in the late 40's as the all time leading scorer among defenceman. He's a bit of a liability in his own end admittedly, although my research and deep bio suggest he wasn't as bad as previously thought and most definitely was a pretty tough/rough player given some of the collisions and fights i uncovered. He's going to provide ample secondary offense from the blue line and can run the point on the power play, with either unit.

Red Dutton was an absolute beast and rock through the 20's and 30's. PLEASE read the bio on him. It was one of my favorites to dig up. He made the hall of fame despite not being a great offensive threat (he was solid) and never winning a SC. What i uncovered is he seemed to be near unbeatable in his own end and extremely physical as a body checker and i think that helped his HOF legacy. With Hollett's offensive abilities, Dutton can focus on that own end play and making life difficult for opposing players. He'll pair very nicely with Savard to form a big and extremely effective penalty killing pair. He was also noted as a very smart player and great leader.

Kuzkin and Morrow is the 3rd pairing. It will be a defensive focused pairing more than anything. I want a strong defensive presence from both guys and don't need extravagent puck moving. Kuzkin can do that when needed and Barrasso was an excellent handler and puck mover behind and around the net. Both are strong in their own end and can be staples on the 2nd PK unit.

Barrasso is a lower end starter in the draft but he's got a good Vezina record and multiple rings for being the last starter selected and the biggest advantage is his direct connection to the Hornets coach Scotty Bowman. Bowman drafted TB right out of high school and coached him in Buffalo and then again in Pittsburgh winning 2 SC's (one in the front office and one behind the bench) so there is trust and familiarity. I think that is something to value when looking at how teams are built. Hap Holmes is one of the top 3 or 4 backup netminders IMO. I knew getting a higer end backup was important given the fact that i have a lower end #1. He was an early star and has a very good SC record as well as retro PCHA Vezina's and even a retro PCHA Hart award. I think given his calm nature and playoff success he'll be a nice security blanket if i need him to steal a series in lieu of Barrasso.

Scotty Bowman is the Hornets coach. No matter how you slice it, he's the greatest hockey coach and mind the game has ever seen. His legendary career spanned 4 decades, winning 9 SC's a coach and another 4 in front office roles. Strangely his bio was not in the master archive so i put together a pretty in depth one, although i could add scores more to it, but it gets redundant. He won with defensive minded teams, explosive offensive teams, 2 way teams, etc. He adapted to multiple shifts in style the NHL saw and never lost a step along the way. He adapted to players who were paid next to nothing to multi millionaires. I didn't go into the draft expecting to draft Bowman but once he slipped outside 300 the value was just to good. At that point 3rd liners and low end #4's were going off the board. It's hard to distinguish between players and coaches in some ways, but i think i'll take Bowman and the legendary resume over those types and not look back.



TBC...




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VICTORIA SALSA


Head Coach: Punch Imlach
Captain: Jean Beliveau
Alternate Captains: Alex Delvecchio, Earl Seibert


Doug Mohns - Jean Beliveau (C)Rod Gilbert
Alex Delvecchio (A) – Mickey MacKayVic Stasiuk
Don Marshall - Ralph Backstrom –Claude Provost
Camille Henry - Ivan Hlinka - Cully Wilson


Doug Wilson - Earl Seibert (A)
Barry Beck – Alexei Kasatonov
Carol Vadnais - Jamie Macoun

Spares: Eric Staal - C, Dave "Tiger" Williams - LW, Stan Smyl - RW, Brian Engblom - D


Martin Brodeur
Mike Vernon



PP1
Camille Henry - Jean Beliveau – Rod Gilbert
Alex Delvecchio – Doug Wilson

PP2
Doug Mohns – Ivan Hlinka - Mickey MacKay
Barry Beck – Carol Vadnais


PK 1
Don Marshall – Claude Provost
Earl Seibert - Alexei Kasatonov

PK 2
Alex Delvecchio - Mickey MacKay
Jamie Macoun – Barry Beck


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GM: Stoneberg
Coach: Pat Burns
Captian: Armstrong
Alternate Captains: Smith, St. Louis


Roster
Roy Conacher - Marcel Dionne - Wayne Cashman
Alf Smith (A) - Bernie Morris - Martin St. Louis (A)
Bruce Stuart - Edgar Laprade - George Armstrong (C)
Rick Nash - Pete Mahovlich - Mario Tremblay

Ching Johnson - Eddie Shore
Allan Stanley - Terry Harper
Frank Patrick - Kimmo Timonen

Terry Sawchuk
Alec Connell

Spares: Reggie Fleming - F/D, Jack Portland - D, Jaroslav Jirik - W, Art Chapman - C

1st PP Unit
Conacher - Dionne - Smith
Patrick - Shore

2nd PP Unit
Nash - Morris - St. Louis
Stanley - Timonen

PK Forwards
Laprade - Armstrong
Mahovlich - St. Louis

PK Defensemen
Johnson - Harper
Stanley - Shore


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Philadelphia Flyers
Coach: Jack Adams
Captain: Johnny Bucyk
Assistant Captains: Jim Schoenfeld, Larry Aurie

Bobby Hull-Vladimir Petrov-Theo Fleury
Johnny Bucyk-Jean Ratelle-Dany Heatley
John Madden-Don Luce-Larry Aurie
Al Secord-Troy Murray-Jimmy Ward
Lynn Patrick, Ken Linseman, Tom Anderson

Borje Salming-Mike Grant
Hod Stuart-Jim Schoenfeld
Gary Bergman-Glen Harmon
Miroslav Dvorak, Tom Anderson

Glenn Hall
Mikka Kiprusoff


PP1
Dany Heatley-Vladimir Petrov-Theo Fleury
Borje Salming-Bobby Hull

PP2
Johnny Bucyk-Jean Ratelle-Larry Aurie
Hod Stuart-Glen Harmon

PK1
Don Luce-John Madden
Hod Stuart-Mike Grant

PK2
Troy Murray-Larry Aurie
Borje Salming-Mike Grant

PK3
Don Luce-John Madden
Gary Bergman-Glen Harmon


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GM: Modo
Head Coach: Roger Nielson
Captain: Steve Yzerman
A.Captain: Steve Larmer
A.Captain: Sid Smith

Valeri Kharlamov - Steve Yzerman - Steve Larmer
Sid Smith - Mike Modano - Brett Hull
Yvon Lambert - Vyacheslav Starshinov - Ed Litzenberger
Brian Rolston - Tod Sloan - Pat Verbeek
x - Dick Irvin, Jan Erixon

Jack Stewart - Fern Flaman
Pat Stapleton - Vitaly Davydov
"Bullet" Joe Simpson - Don Awrey
x - Fred Lake, Oldrich Machac

Hugh Lehman
Gerry Cheevers

PP1: Kharlamov - Yzerman - Starshinov - Stapleton - Simpson
PP2: Smith - Modano - Hull - Rolston - Lambert

PK1: Modano - Larmer - Flaman - Stewart
PK2: Yzerman - Rolston - Awrey - Davydov

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Hartford Whalers

Coach: Pat Quinn
Assistant coach: Dave Tippett

John LeClair - Wayne Gretzky (C) - Jari Kurri
Gary Roberts (A) - Russell Bowie - Bill Mosienko
Hec Kilrea - Rod Brind'Amour (A) - Trevor Linden
Simon Gagne - Jonathan Toews - Corey Perry
Vincent Lecavalier, Patrick Sharp

Brian Leetch - Moose Johnson
Kevin Lowe - Rob Blake
Steve Smith - Rob Ramage
Erik Karlsson

Tony Esposito
Tim Thomas

PP1: Brian Leetch - Rob Blake - John LeClair - Wayne Gretzky - Jari Kurri
PP2: Russell Bowie - Rob Ramage - Gary Roberts - Rod Brind'Amour - Bill Mosienko

PK1: Kevin Lowe - Moose Johnson - Rod Brind'Amour - Jonathan Toews
PK2: Steve Smith - Rob Blake - Wayne Gretzky - Jari Kurri



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GM: Jafar
Captain: Boris Mikhailov
Assistant: Frantisek Pospisil
Assistant:


HEAD COACH

ROSTER

Syd Howe - Howie Morenz - Boris Mikhailov (K)
Paul Thompson - Frank Fredrickson - Dave Taylor
Igor Liba - Cooney Weiland - Ernie Russell
Pavol Demitra - Doug Risebrough - Don Marcotte

Sprague Cleghorn - Frantisek Pospisil (A)
Jimmy Thomson - Jack Crawford
Teppo Numminen - Keith Magnuson

Frank Brimsek


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Coach: Anatoli Tarasov

George Hay - Frank Boucher - Bernie Geoffrion
Mats Näslund - Gilbert Perreault - Helmut Balderis
Craig Ramsay - Guy Carbonneau (A) - Joe Klukay
Dennis Hull - Thomas Steen - Wilf Paiement
Ryan Walter, Miroslav Satan

Nicklas Lidström (C) - Larry Murphy
Ulf Samuelsson - Bill White (A)
Ted Harris - Sandis Ozolinsh
Calle Johansson, Ed Jovanovski

Roy Worters
John Ross Roach

PP1: Mats Näslund - Frank Boucher - Bernie Geoffrion, Nicklas Lidström - Larry Murphy
PP2: Thomas Steen - Gilbert Perreault - Helmut Balderis, Sandis Ozolinsh - Bill White

PK1: Guy Carbonneau - Craig Ramsey, Nicklas Lidström - Bill White
PK2: Joe Klukay - Thomas Steen, Ulf Samuelsson - Ted Harris


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Detroit Red Wings

Coach: Ken Hitchcock
Assistant Coach: Lindy Ruff

Captain: Scott Stevens
Alternates: Dave Keon, Sergei Fedorov


Bill Barber - Dave Keon (A) - Vladimir Martinec
Alexander Yakushev - Norm Ullman - Dino Ciccarelli
Vladimir Krutov - Sergei Fedorov (A) - Peter Bondra
J.P. Parisé - Kris Draper - Tim Kerr
Chris Drury
Vsevolod Bobrov

Scott Stevens (C) - Randy Carlyle
Ken Reardon - Brian Rafalski
Stefan Persson - Vasili Pervukhin
Ken Daneyko

Dominik Hasek
Evgeni Nabokov


PP1: Tim Kerr - Dave Keon - Vladimir Martinec, Brian Rafalski - Sergei Fedorov
PP2: Alexander Yakushev - Norm Ullman - Peter Bondra, Stefan Persson - Vasili Pervukhin

PK1: Barber - Draper, Scott Stevens - Ken Reardon
PK2: Fedorov - Keon, Randy Carlyle - Ken Daneyko

1st pick - Dominik Hasek
2nd pick - Scott Stevens
3rd pick - Sergei Fedorov
4th pick - Norm Ullman
5th pick - Dave Keon
6th pick - Ken Reardon
7th pick - Vladimir Martinec
8th pick - Bill Barber
9th pick - Alexander Yakushev
10th pick - Vladimir Krutov
11th pick - Peter Bondra
12th pick - Dino Ciccarelli
13th pick - Brian Rafalski
14th pick - Tim Kerr
15th pick - Randy Carlyle
16th pick - Ken Hitchcock
17th pick - J.P. Parisé
18th pick - Stefan Persson
19th pick - Kris Draper
20th pick - Vasili Pervukhin
21st pick - Lindy Ruff
22nd pick - Ken Daneyko
23rd pick - Evgeni Nabokov
24th pick - Chris Drury
25th pick - Vsevolod Bobrov


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Guelph Platers
1986 Memorial Cup Champions

Home Rink: Guelph Memorial Gardens (1948)
GM: BraveCanadian

Coaches: Al Arbour
Captain: Syl Apps
Alternates: Ron Francis, Zdeno Chara

Michel Goulet - Syl Apps - Mark Recchi
Kevin Stevens - Ron Francis - Zigmund Palffy
Dave Balon - Joel Otto - Ed Westfall
Bob Davidson - Ryan Getzlaf - Rick Vaive

Zdeno Chara - Bobby Orr
Duncan Keith - Ted Green
Rod Seiling - Pat Egan

Johnny Bower
Roberto Luongo


Reserves


D Al Arbour - C Jason Spezza - RW Andy Hebenton - RW/LW Al MacAdam


Powerplay:
PP1: Michel Goulet - Syl Apps - Mark Recchi - Pat Egan - Bobby Orr

PP2: Kevin Stevens - Ron Francis - Zigmund Palffy - Duncan Keith - Zdeno Chara / Bobby Orr


Penalty Kill:
PK1: Joel Otto - Ed Westfall - Zdeno Chara - Bobby Orr

PK2: Ron Francis - Bob Davidson - Duncan Keith - Rod Seiling


Estimated Minutes:

Forward ES PP PK total
Syl Apps15 4 0 19
Michel Goulet154019
Mark Recchi154019
Ron Francis 13 3 3 19
Kevin Stevens 13 3 0 16
Zigmund Palffy 133 0 16
Joel Otto 100414
Dave Balon 100010
Ed Westfall100414
Ryan Getzlaf 8008
Bob Davidson 80311
Rick Vaive 8008
Total 138 21 14 173

DefenseESPPPKTotal
Bobby Orr 18 5 4 27
Zdeno Chara 18 2 4 24
Duncan Keith 15 3 3 21
Ted Green 15 0 0 15
Rod Seiling 13 0 3 16
Pat Egan 13 4 0 17
Totals921414 


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General Manager: Velociraptor
Home Venue: Odyssey Arena

Head Coach: Fred Shero
Captain: Bobby Clarke
Assistant Captains: Shane Doan, Derian Hatcher

ROSTER


Doug Bentley - Bobby Clarke - Teemu Selanne
Fred "Bun" Cook - Eric Lindros - Ken Hodge
Kirk Muller - Don McKenney - Shane Doan
Gregg Sheppard - Steven Stamkos - Anders Hedberg

Paul Coffey - Art Coulter
Derian Hatcher - Jim Neilson
Zinetula Bilyaletdinov - Andrei Markov

Cecil "Tiny" Thompson
Curtis Joseph

Spares:
Bob Armstrong, D
Neal Broten, C
Pit Martin, C/RW
Alex Tanguay, LW


Powerplay:

PP1: Eric Lindros - Bobby Clarke - Teemu Selanne
Doug Bentley - Paul Coffey

PP2: Bun Cook - Stamkos - Ken Hodge
Andrei Markov - Art Coulter

Penalty Kill:

PK1: Bobby Clarke - Gregg Sheppard
Derian Hatcher - Art Coulter

PK2: Don McKenney - Kirk Muller
Zinetula Bilyaletdinov - Jim Neilson


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Coach Mike Babcock

Paul Kariya- Phil Esposito- Babe Dye
Dave Andreychuk -Pat Lafontaine -Alexander Mogilny
Dick Duff- Dale Hunter -Ron Ellis
Gaye Stewart- Doug Jarvis - Bill Goldsworthy
John Ferguson -Paul Henderson

Chris Chelios -Guy Lapointe
Sergie Gonchar- Vladimir Konstantinov
Wally Stanowski - Dion Phaneuf
Ron Greschner

Vladislav Tretiak
Vladimir Dzrullia
Andy Moog


PP Unit 1
Kariya-Esposito Dye
Chelios Gonchar

PP Unit 2
Andreychuk -LaFontaine Mogilny
Lapointe Phaneuf


PK Unit 1
Ellis -Hunter
Chelios Stanowski

Duff Jarvis
Lapointe. Konstantinov



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30. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs: Phil Esposito, C
83. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs: Guy Lapointe, D
86. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs: Vladislav Tretiak, G
142. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs : Babe Dye, RW
195. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs : Sergei Gonchar, D
198. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs : Vladimir Konstantinov, D
251. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs : Pat Lafontaine, C
254. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs : Alexander Mogilny, RW
307. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs: Dave Andreychuk, LW
310. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs: Doug Jarvis, C
363. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs: Dick Duff, LW
366. LeafLander - Toronto Maple Leafs: Ron Ellis, RW
419. LeafLander -Toronto Maple Leafs: Dale Hunter, C
421. LeafLander -Toronto Maple Leafs: Mike Babcock Coach
475. LeafLander -Toronto Maple Leafs: Wally Stanowski, D
478. LeafLander -Toronto Maple Leafs: Gaye Stewart LW



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Salt Lake Golden Eagles


Head Coach: Jacques Demers
Assistant Coach: Pete Green

Rick Martin-Henri Richard (A)-Gordie Howe (C)
Reg Noble-Nels Stewart-Phil Watson
Tommy Smith-Neil Colville-Eddie Oatman
Murray Murdoch-Paul Ronty-Harry Hyland
Spares: Garry Unger, Graham Drinkwater

Marcel Pronovost-Émile Bouchard (A)
Walter "Babe" Pratt-Ott Heller
Dave Burrows-Bert Corbeau
Spare: Howard McNamara

Ken Dryden
Ron Hextall

PP1: Martin-Stewart-Howe-Pronovost-Noble
PP2: Smith-Ronty-Hyland-Pratt-Corbeau

PK1: Murdoch-Richard-Burrows-Bouchard
PK2: Watson-Colville-Pratt-Heller



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