Steve Shutt/Steve Yzerman/Steve Larmer,
Steven Stamkos/Stephen Weiss/Steve Sullivan
Stephane Richer/Steve Rucchin/#57 Steve Heinze
Steve Thomas/Steve Kasper/Steve Konowalchuk
Steve Duchesne/Steve Smith
Steve Chiasson/Stephane Robidas
Steve Staois/Steve Konroyd
Steve Montador (or Steven Finn, if you want a goon)
Pretty good defensively, but the offense drops off rapidly after Yzerman and Stamkos up front, and Duchesne is only defensemen who had any kind of Norris showing, with the underrated pair of Chiasson and Smith in 1992-93 being the only multiple-vote showings for any of the others for the postseason AS team (they were both 0-0-2, tied for 14th; Duchesne was 8th with 1-3-8).
Goaltending is the real achilles heel; Fiset and Mason both have the ability to play well when they're on... but when they're not? Hoo boy.
Thought about both of them, actually. I've always been a Shields fan since his days at UM; I am an Ann Arbor native, and when I was younger took part in some of Berenson's hockey camps - which helped me a great deal as a player. Penney I never thought to be that special, while Fiset and Mason always had that "maybe" they they flashed through every now and then. Most of Mason's "maybe" so far was in the first two months of his career, but put a couple Selke winners in Yzerman and Kasper, and some All-Star defensemen in Duchesne, Smith, and Chiasson in front of him and who knows.