Rick Martin - Gilbert Perreault - René Robert -- The French Connection Line --
One of the most naturally gifted forwards in NHL history, Perreault was a wizard with the puck. He was one of the few players who had the ability to go coast to coast and score a spectacular goal. Robert was the mucker and grinder on the line, doing a lot of "dirty work", but he had good skills as well. Martin was one of the best pure snipers I've ever seen. He had a super shot, hard and accurate. He was also pretty strong and tough to separate from the puck."We were a nice blend. Gilbert was the guy who could set you up with the goals. Rene was a real good checker, who wasn't afraid to go into the corner to dig out the puck. And I guess I was the guy who was supposed to put the puck into the net. I was to be the big gun."Rick Martin. "Our style was comparable to the European style, frequently crisscrossing with a lot of speed" said Perreault, the slickest of the three.They went on to terrorize opponents for almost a decade, averaging a whopping 219 points per season in its seven full seasons together.
Al Secord - Denis Savard - Steve Larmer -- The Party Line --
Larmer will play a two way role which will compliment the offensive wizard Savard very well. He will allow Savard to "cheat" offensively by playing sound defense, yet at the same time provide Savard with the matching skill to finish off the scoring chances he will create. In Cam Neely-like fashion, Al Secord will hurt you two ways - with his goals, or with his fists. Playing on Chicago's "Party Line", Secord scored 40 goals three times, including 54 in 1982-83. At the same time he was a hard crashing forechecker and a feared fighter. His presence will give Savard more time to operate on ice. Secord was also very strong in the corners. He should intimidate a lot of people and because of his strong presence he will get the puck. In front of the net he will also get his fair share of deflections. ''Guys were scared to move him out because if they cross-checked him or hit him too hard, Al was coming back to get revenge on them."A lot of people thought Al was just a tough guy who couldn't play. He worked hard in the corner, he had a very good shot, and he was strong on his skates."
Yvon Lambert - Dave Poulin (A) - Tommy Dunderdale
A line of gritty two-way players, that doesn’t lead to penalty trouble.
Wayne Merrick Tony Amonte
Defense: J.C. Tremblay - Butch Bouchard (C)
Bouchard and Tremblay both bring an exceptional hockey sense to our first line pairing. Their alert and accurate passing will be an integral component of our transitional game. Bouchard brings a tough stay-at-home style of play which will compliment Tremblay's smooth passing and offensive skills.
Leo Reise Jr. - Flash Hollett
A stay-at-home defenseman known for his fierce bodychecks, Leo Reise Jr. is the ideal partner for one of the top offensive defencemen of his day. Playing with a stay-at-home defenseman, Hollet will be able to demonstrate his ability to rush the puck and score some big goals for the Wanderers. Hollett was the first NHL defenseman to score 20 goals in a season.
Barry Beck - Red Dutton (A)
Beck brings a huge, intimidating physical presence on the third pairing. An aggressive hitter and fighter, he will also be able to join the rush or utilize his powerful slapshot to help our team score. Dutton is also a physical defensman with good mobility. He will primarily see action on the second unit of the PK. While a more mature Dutton will see less time in the box, we take comfort in the fact that the younger Dutton will usually take someone with him when he goes.
G #1 Terry Sawchuk
*Stanley Cup (1952, 1954, 1955, 1967).
*First All-Star Team Goalie (1951, 1952, 1953).
*Second All-Star Team Goalie (1954, 1955, 1959, 1963).
*Vezina Trophy (1952, 1953, 1955, 1965).
*Calder Memorial Trophy (1951).
*11 All-Star games.
*Finished in the top 5 in the Hart woting 5 times.
*447 wins, 103 shutouts.
G #31 Pelle Lindbergh
*NHL First All-Star Team (1985).
*Vezina Trophy (1985).
*Played in NHL All-Star Game (1983, 1985).
D #3 J.C. Tremblay
*A magician with the stick, a complete player.
*One of the most entertaining and smartest players on the ice.
*Five-time Stanley Cup champion (1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971).
*NHL First All-Star Team (1971).
*NHL Second All-Star Team (1968).
*NHL All-Star Game (1959, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971 and 1972).
*At the time of leaving the Canadiens, was in the top fifty all-time NHL assist leaders.
*WHA First All-Star Team (1973, 1975, 1976).
*Dennis Murphy Trophy (Outstanding Defenseman - WHA) (1973, 1975).
D #3 Butch Bouchard
*A giant, monstrous defenseman of his era, or any era for that matter.
*Exceptional hockey sense.
*His alert and accurate passing was an integral component of the Canadiens exemplary transitional game.
*4-time Stanley Cup winner.
*Captain of the Montreal Canadiens for 10+ years.
*First All-Star Team Defense (1945, 1946, 1947).
*Second All-Star Team Defense (1944).
D #5 Leo Reise Jr.
*A stay-at-home defenseman known for his fierce bodychecks.
*Owned a reputation for scoring clutch goals, especially during the Stanley Cup playoffs.
*Stanley Cup (1950, 1952).
*NHL Second All-Star Team (1950, 1951).
*NHL All-Star Game (1950, 1951, 1952, 1953).
D #2 Flash Hollett
*One of the top offensive defencemen of his day with his ability to rush the puck.
*Known for his swift skating stride and strong puckhandling ability.
*Became the first NHL defenseman to score 20 goals in a season.
*Stanley Cup (1939, 1941).
*NHL First All-Star Team Defense (1945).
*NHL Second All-Star Team Defense (1943).
*Finished 4th in Hart voting in 1945.
D #5 Barry Beck
*A huge, intimidating physical presence.
*An aggressive hitter and fighter.
*Able to join the rush or utilize his powerful slapshot to help his team score.
*Captained the NY Rangers at age 23 and represented Canada at the 1981 Canada Cup.
*NHL All-Star Game (1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982).
*Always in the top 10 in Norris and All-Star team voting from 1978 to 1984.
D #7 Red Dutton
*Brings character and leadership.
*Is a physical defensive hard rock with good mobility.
*The ultimate competitor.
*He will primarily see action on the second unit of the PK.
*Finished 5th in Hart voting in 1936.
LW #11 Reg Noble
*Regarded as a tough, aggressive player. A gritty competitor.
*His consistent scoring and natural skill granted him status as one of the game's top left wings.
*Brilliant stickhandler and passer who played hard and earned the favor of fans everywhere.
*Versitile player, he also played D.
*Perfected the poke-check move that would become nearly as famous as his goal-scoring exploits.
*Will give some space to Sakic and Bure as well as defensive coverage.
*Stanley Cup (1918, 1922, 1926).
*Finish in the top ten in scoring 7 straight years (1918 through 1924).
*Retired as the 7th highest scorer in NHL history.
C #19 Joe Sakic
*Stanley Cup (1996, 2001).
*Captain of the Nordiques and Avalanche for 15+ years.
*NHL First All-Star Team (2001, 2002, 2004).
*Hart Trophy (2001).
*Lester B. Pearson Award (2001).
*Conn Smythe Trophy (1996).
*Lady Byng Trophy (2001).
*Olympic Tournament MVP (2002).
*NHL All-Star Game (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004).
RW #10 Pavel Bure
*The best thrilling pure goal scorer of his generation.
*NHL First All-Star Team (1994).
*NHL Second All-Star Team (2000, 2001).
*Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (1994, 2000, 2001).
*Calder Memorial Trophy (1992).
*Best Forward at Olympic Games (1998).
*NHL All-Star Game (1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001).
*Scored 50 goals five times, including 60 in 1992-93 and 1993-94.
*Scored 35 goals and 70 points in 64 playoff games.
LW #7 Rick Martin
*One of the best pure snipers I've ever seen.
*NHL First All-Star Team (1974, 1975).
*NHL Second All-Star Team (1976, 1977).
*NHL All-Star Game (1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978).
*Finished top ten in goals five times (2nd, 3rd, 6th, 7th, 10th).
*Career average of 45 goals per 80 games.
C #11 Gilbert Perreault
*One of the most naturally gifted forwards in NHL history.
*Second All-Star Team Centre (1976, 1977).
*Calder Memorial Trophy (1971).
*Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1973).
*NHL All-Star Games in (71, 72, 74, 75, 77, 78, 79, 80, 84).
*512 goals, 814 assists, 1326 points.
*103 pts in 90 playoffs games.
RW #14 René Robert
*NHL Second All-Star Team (1975).
*NHL All-Star Game (1973, 1975).
*Reached the 20-goal mark eight straight years.
LW #20 Al Secord
*Hard crashing forechecker and a feared fighter.
*His presence will give Savard more time to operate on the ice.
*NHL All-Star Game (1982, 1983).
*Scored 40 goals three times, including 54 in 1982-83.
C #18 Denis Savard
*A magician on ice. One of the most electrifying and dominant players in the history of hockey.
*Stanley Cup (1993).
*Second All-Star Team Centre (1983).
*NHL All-Star Game (1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1991, 1996).
*Six times during his career he scored at least 100 points.
*Seven straight years he had at least 30 goals.
*473 goals, 873 assists for 1338 points.
*175 points in 169 playoff games.
*Blackhawks retired his jersey number #18.
RW #28 Steve Larmer
*Classy goal scorer who led by example on the ice.
*Pesky defensive player.
*Stanley Cup (1994).
*Calder Memorial Trophy (1983).
*NHL All-Star Game (1990, 1991).
*441 goals in 1006 games.
*131 points in 140 playoffs games.
*Played in 884 consecutive games.
LW #11 Yvon Lambert
*A hard-as-nails, rugged performer who excelled in the corners and in front of the net during power plays.
*His ability to fire up a team with one gutsy shift makes him a key 4th line player for the Wanderers.
*Stanley Cup (1976, 1977, 1978, 1979).
*Reached the 20-goal mark seven years.
*Scored the winning goal in overtime of game 7 of the '79 Stanley Cup Semi-Finals against the Boston Bruins.
C #20 Dave Poulin
*One of the best two way performers of any era.
*Brings leadership and a solid work ethic.
*Frank J. Selke Trophy (1987).
*King Clancy Memorial Trophy (1993).
*NHL All-Star Game (1986, 1988).
*Captain of the Philadelphia Flyers (1984-1990).
RW #13 Tony Amonte
*Reached the 30 goals mark eight years.
*NHL All-Star Game (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001).
C #11 Wayne Merrick
*Made a living with the Islanders shutting down the opposition's top scorers.
*Played on a line with John Tonelli and Bob Nystrom which scored some key goals in the playoffs.
D/F #3 Josef Malecek
F #99 Tommy Dunderdale
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A. Delvecchio - M. Messier (C) - A. Maltsev
J. Bucyk - J. Nieuwendyk (A) - T. Fleury
S. Gagne - B. Holik - T. Linden (A)
S. Corson - E. Kuhnhackl- S. Smyl
D. Hatcher - D. Clapper
U. Samuelsson - R. Ruotsalainen
C. Vadnais - J. Patrick
#11 Mark Messier
NHL First All-Star Team (1982, 1983, 1990, 1992)
NHL Second All-Star Team (1984)
Conn Smythe Trophy (1984)
Lester B. Pearson Award (1990, 1992)
Hart Trophy (1990, 1992)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2004)
Stanley Cup (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1994)
Good friend of Gary Coleman
#10 Alex Delvecchio
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1959, 1966, 1969)
Lester Patrick Trophy (1974)
Second All-Star Team Centre (1953)
Second All-Star Team Left Wing (1959)
Stanley Cup (1952, 1954, 1955)
#10 Alexander Maltsev
World Hockey Championships - Most Points (1970, 1972)
World Hockey Championships - Most Goals (1970)
World Hockey Championships - Best Forward (1970, 1972, 1981)
World Hockey Championships - All Stars (1970, 1971, 1972, 1978, 1981)
#9 Johnny Bucyk
First All-Star Team Left Wing (1971)
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy (1971, 1974)
Lester Patrick Trophy (1977)
Second All-Star Team Left Wing (1968)
Played in the All-Star Game (1955, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1970, 1971)
Stanley Cup (1970, 1972)
#25 Joe Nieuwendyk
Calder Memorial Trophy (1988)
NHL All-Rookie Team (1988)
Dodge Ram Tough Award (1988)
King Clancy Memorial Trophy (1995)
Conn Smythe Trophy (1999)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1988, 1989, 1990, 1994)
Played for Team Canada (1998, 2002)
Stanley Cup (1989, 1999, 2003)
#14 Theoren Fleury
Shared Alka-Seltzer Plus Award with Marty McSorley (1991)
NHL Second All-Star Team (1995)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1991, 1992, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001)
Played for Team Canada (1996, 1998, 2002)
Stanley Cup (1989)
#16 Bobby Holik
Stanley Cup (1995, 2001)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1998, 1999)
#16 Trevor Linden
NHL All-Rookie Team (1989)
King Clancy Memorial Trophy (1997)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1991, 1992)
#12 Stan Smyl
#27 Shayne Corson
Member of Team Canada (1998)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1990, 1994, 1998)
#5 Dit Clapper
First All-Star Team Defense (1939, 1940, 1941)
Second All-Star Team Defense (1944)
Second All-Star Team Right Wing (1931, 1935)
#2 Derian Hatcher
NHL Second All-Star Team (2003)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1997)
#5 Ulf Samuelsson
#25 Reijo Ruotsalainen
Finnish First All-Star Team (1980, 1981)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1986)
#5 Carol Vadnais
Member of Team Canada (1976)
Played in NHL All-Star Game (1969, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1978)
#3 James Patrick
#3 Vladimir Lutchenko
USSR Gold (11): 1968, 1970-1973, 1975, 1977-1981
WC Gold: 1969-1971, 1973-1975, 1978-1979
Olympics Gold: 1972, 1976
USSR All Stars 1971-1977
Last edited by Frightened Inmate #2: 11-07-2007 at 11:34 AM.
It's hard to remember who's in which division (since we're not doing geographic divisions this time) and so it helps to look at an overview.
All-time Draft #8
The Red Fisher Conference
The Jim Robson division:
Halifax RCAF Ray Bourque, Johnny Bower, Max Bentley, Cam Neely, Doug Bentley, Allan Stanley, Esa Tikkanen
Seattle Thunderbirds Gordie Howe, Ken Dryden, Rob Blake, Norm Ullman, Roy Conacher, Bill White, Al Siebert
New York Raiders Dominik Hasek, Scott Stevens, Bill Gadsby, Guy Lapointe, Eric Lindros, Doug Gilmour, Rod Brind'Amour, Dino Ciccarelli
Castors de Sherbrooke Maurice Richard, Dickie Moore, Henri Richard, Bill Quackenbush, Dave Keon , Bill Barber, Glenn Anderson, Sergei Zubov
Portage la Prairie Plains Ted Lindsay, Bill Cook, Sprague Cleghorn, Blackjack Stewart, Elmer Lach, Gerry Cheevers, John Tonelli, Eddie Gerard
Montreal Canadiens Denis Potvin, Turk Broda, Newsy Lalonde, Marcel Pronovost, Yvan Cournoyer, Harry Howell, Jean Ratelle
Regina Wildhearts Nicklas Lidstrom, Bill Durnan, Marcel Dionne, Nels Stewart, George Boucher, Cy Denneny
The Don Cherry division:
New York Rangers Jean Beliveau, Billy Smith, Peter Forsberg, Mark Howe, Ebbie Goodfellow, Brian Propp, Harry Broadbent
Guelph Biltmores Bobby Hull, Earl Seibert, Ted Kennedy, Frank Boucher, Carl Brewer, Doug Mohns, Vaclav Nedomansky
Aurora Tigers Phil Esposito, Chris Chelios, Brett Hull, Tiny Thompson, Adam Oates, Alexander Ragulin, Fern Flaman
Toronto Maple Leafs Mike Bossy, Al MacInnis, Borge Salming, Ed Belfour, Darryl Sittler, Gary Suter, Mats Sundin
Dallas Blackhawks Larry Robinson, Bryan Trottier, Jari Kurri, Tony Esposito, Busher Jackson, Guy Carbonneau, Larry Murphy, Mike Modano
New Jersey Devils Mario Lemieux, Chris Pronger, Scott Niedermayer, Vladimir Petrov, Jarome Iginla, Bert Olmstead, Clark Gillies
Flin Flon Bombers Bobby Clarke, Viacheslav Fetisov, Grant Fuhr, Alexei Kasatonov, Bill Cowley, Vladimir Krutov, Eric Desjardins
The Jim Coleman Conference
The Foster Hewitt division:
Oakland Seals Wayne Gretzky, King Clancy, Andy Bathgate, Jiri Holocek, Valeri Vasiliev, Syd Howe, Paul Kariya, Red Horner
Ottawa 67s Eddie Shore, Bernie Parent, Syl Apps Sr., Ron Francis, Ken Reardon, Marty Pavelich, Jere Lehtinen
Victoria Cougars Guy Lafleur, Pierre Pilote, Cyclone Taylor, Chuck Gardiner , Toe Blake, Randy Carlyle, Ching Johnson, Craig Ramsay
Dartmouth Subways Patrick Roy, Paul Coffey, Joe Malone, Dale Hawerchuk, Teemu Selanne, Doug Wilson, Adam Foote
Dubai Mighty Camels Red Kelly, Brad Park, Sergei Fedorov, Boris Mikhailov, Lorne Worsley, Sylvio Mantha, Anatoli Firsov
Gwinnett Gladiators Howie Morenz, Valery Kharlamov, Brian Leetch, Babe Pratt, Bill Cowley, Steve Shutt, Scotty Bowman, coach
St. Louis Eagles Steve Yzerman, Glenn Hall, Rod Langway, Peter Stastny, Mike Gartner, Lanny McDonald, Markus Naslund
The Bob Cole division:
Nanaimo Clippers Bobby Orr, Charlie Conacher, Clint Benedict, Lionel Conacher, Frank Nighbor, Joe Primeau, David Schriner
Boston Bruins Doug Harvey, Bernie Geoffrion, Frank Mahovlich, George Hainsworth, Sid Abel, Pat Stapleton
Edmonton Oilers Jacques Plante, Tim Horton, Bob Gainey, Brendan Shanahan, Vlad Konstantinov, Leo Boivin, Jacques Lemaire
Detroit Falcons Stan Mikita, Milt Schmidt, Frank Brimsek, Jacques Laperriere, Tom Johnson , Michel Goulet, Woody Dumart, Art Ross, Claude Provost
Montreal Wanderers Terry Sawchuk, Joe Sakic, Gilbert Perreault, Butch Bouchard , Pavel Bure, J.C. Tremblay, Denis Savard, Richard Martin
Winnipeg Jets Jaromir Jagr, Martin Brodeur, Aurel Joliat, Serge Savard, Pat LaFontaine, Luc Robitaille, Phil Housley, Rod Gilbert
Calgary Mustangs Mark Messier, Dit Clapper, Vladislav Tretiak, Johnny Bucyk, Alex Delvecchio, Aleksandr Maltsev, Joe Nieuwendyk
Last edited by Rick Middleton: 10-04-2007 at 01:37 PM.
Wendel Clark (A) - Marcel Dionne - Babe Dye
Cy Denneny - Nels Stewart - Steve Thomas
Dick Duff (A) - Bernie Nicholls - Scott Mellanby
Ryan Smyth - Joe Thornton - Jamie Langenbrunner
Nicklas Lidstrom (A) - Buck Boucher (C)
Sergei Gonchar - Bobby Baun
Jimmy Watson - Robert Svehla
John Ross Roach
Mike Ricci, F
Peter McNab, F
Dave Ellett, D
coach: Lindy Ruff
Norris Trophy (5), Stanley Cup (3), Conn Smythe (1)
Steady and cool, he has missed just 22 games in 15 seasons!
Vezina Trophy (6), Stanley Cup (2)
If this were baseball, he'd be batting .857 with 6 Vezinas in 7 seasons!
Art Ross Trophy (1), Lester Pearson Award (2), 50 goal season (6), 100 point season (8), First Team All-Star (2), Second Team All-Star (2)
"Little Beaver" missed just 44 games in his first 17 seasons - less than three per season!
Hart Trophy (2), Stanley Cup (1)
"Ol' Poison"'s deadly accurate shot made him the NHL's all-time goal leader from 1940 until 1952.
George "Buck" Boucher:
Norris Trophy* (4), Stanley Cup (4)
Though his Norris Trophies aren't official, he is sixth all-time with four of them.
Art Ross Trophy* (1), Rocket Richard Trophy* (1), Stanley Cup (5)
Runner-up for the goal lead twice and the point lead 5 times!
Art Ross Trophy* (2), Rocket Richard Trophy* (2), Hart Trophy* (1), Stanley Cup (1), Conn Smythe Trophy* (1)
One of the most prolific scorers of all-time. Only 4 players have been top-2 in goal scoring more times than him. (Hull, Espo, Richard, Howe)
Stanley Cup (4)
One of the most beloved Leafs of all time, he scored a stanley cup winning goal while skating on a broken ankle. That's tough!
"Captain Crunch" combined elite talent and elite toughness like few before or after him. Still the Leafs' all-time playoff goal leader.
Art Ross Trophy (1), Hart Trophy (1)
Made a Rocket Richard trophy winner out of Jonathan Cheechoo! Has been a top-10 NHL scorer. Has placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the NHL's point race.
Stanley Cup (6)
Wily and useful player made a name for himself in the playoffs, where he was an important cog in numerous championship rosters.
2nd All-star team (2)
Swift-skating defenseman best goal-scorer of his era from the blueline. Excellent on the PP and underrated defensively and physically.
70 goal season (1), 100 point season (2)
Nothing fancy: just an elite offensive player who topped a point per game 11 times, and in six consecutive playoffs.
NHL +/- leader (1) Stanley Cup (2)
NHL's unofficial all-time runner-up in career +/- per game.
Stanley Cup Finals (1), Games Played for Team Canada (576)
"Captain Canada" known for a heart the size of a house. Can grind and score goals from anywhere inside the blueline.
Stanley cup finalist (2)
No major individual accomplishments, but what a team guy. Does everything well, and was once the all-time regular season OT goal leader.
Stanley Cup (2), Stanley cup finalist (1)
Perfect team player who can do whatever you need him to do to win. Speed to burn.
Stanley Cup Finals (1), Jack Adams Award (1)
Coach who always gets the best out of lesser lineups filled with grinder-types. 20th in regular season wins, 14th in playoff wins, high on the modern day list of longest stay with one team.
Stanley Cup Finals (1), NHL Hit leader (1)
Played more seasons than missed games. Led NHL in hits while being rock solid defensively and very respectable offensively. Called the "toughest player I've ever seen" by Peter Worrell.
Stanley Cup Finals (2)
A guy who will do anything to win, he was a long-time captain who topped 20 goals 8 times and has over 2400 PIMs.
John Ross Roach:
Stanley Cup (1), Stanley Cup Finalist (2), First All-Star Team (1)
An elite goaltender from the games of 20-30 game seasons and 5-10 game playoffs will make a perfect backup.
Stanley Cup (1)
A playoff warrior with the ugliness to prove it. Great in both zones and on faceoffs.
Gentleman who topped a point per game 6 times and was equally dangerous in the playoffs with 82 points in 107 games.
Puck Moving defenseman played in 2 all-star games and topped 40 points 9 straight times.
Last edited by seventieslord: 11-12-2007 at 02:04 PM.
I will be putting the line-ups from the same division together into one post to help facilitate the LATER process of comparing and ranking teams in a division. The order presented is alphabetical so that it's just random. We are to individually assess regular season voting (listen up newbies: NOT on the boards!) and PM them to BM67. But voting has not begun yet anyways. We are presently analyzing particular teams on the other threads.
Coach: Harry Sinden
Captain: Phil Esposito
Alternates: Herbie Lewis, Chris Chelios
Wayne Cashman - Phil Esposito - Ken Hodge
Joe Klukay - Adam Oates - Brett Hull
Herbie Lewis - Vladimir Shadrin - Wilf Paiement
Paul Henderson - Kris Draper - Shane Doan
Ab McDonald, Helmut Balderis
Chris Chelios - Alexander Ragulin
Fern Flaman - Jan Suchy
Ted Harris - Kevin Hatcher
Coach: Herb Brooks
Captain: Guy Carbonneau
Alternates: Bryan Trottier, Larry Murphy
Harvey Jackson - Bryan Trottier - Bryan Hextall Sr
Dany Heatley - Mike Modano - Jari Kurri
John MacLean - Guy Carbonneau - Jean Pronovost
Red Berenson - Garry Unger - Marian Hossa
Larry Robinson - Larry Murphy
Sandis Ozolinsh - Ron Greschner
Rich Boon - Ed Jovanovski
Billy Gilmour, Dave Schultz, Steve Duchesne
Flin Flon Bombers
Coach: Pete Green
Captain: Bobby Clarke
Alternates: Dale Hunter, Viacheslav Fetisov
Vladimir Krutov - Igor Larionov - Sergei Makarov
John LeClair - Bobby Clarke - Mark Recchi
Valeri Kamensky - Vincent LeCavalier - Martin St.Louis
Martin Gelinas - Dale Hunter - Randy McKay
Viacheslav Fetisov - Alexei Kasatonov
Herb Gardiner - Eric Desjardins
Stefan Persson - Andre Dupont
Brad Richards, Dave Manson, Paul Holmgren
Coach: Bob Johnson
Captain: Ted Kennedy
Alternates: Bobby Hull, Earl Seibert
Bobby Hull - Frank Boucher - Vaclav Nedomansky
Sid Smith - Ted Kennedy - Bill Mosienko
Don Marshall - Orland Kurtenbach - Fleming Mackell
Gaye Stewart - Fred Stanfield - Jerry Toppazzini
Carl Brewer - Earl Seibert
Doug Mohns - Art Coulter
Lars-Erik Sjoberg - Nel Colville
New Jersey Devils
Coach: Dick Irvin Sr.
Captain: Mario Lemieux
Alternates: Kirk Muller, Scott Niedermayer
Bert Olmstead - Mario Lemieux - Jarome Iginla
Clark Gillies - Vladimir Petrov - Jack Darragh
Jack Walker - Mickey MacKay - Bob Nevin
Kirk Muller - Rick MacLeish - Gary Dornhoefer
Jack Marshall, Bernie Morris
Chris Pronger - Cy Wentworth
Scott Niedermayer - Jack Crawford
Ernie Johnson - Ken Morrow
New York Rangers
Coaches: Pat Quinn, Jacques Martin
Captain: Jean Beliveau
Alternates: Bobby Nystrom, Craig Ludwig
Brian Propp - Jean Beliveau - Punch Broadbent
Mats Naslund - Peter Forsberg - Mickey Redmond
Don Maloney - Bob Bourne - Bobby Nystrom
Brian Rolston - Chris Drury - Claude Lemieux
Mark Howe - Joe Hall
Craig Ludwig - Ebbie Goodfellow
Jerry Korab - Lester Patrick
Toronto Maple Leafs
Captain: Darryl Sittler
Alternates: Al MacInnis, Mats Sundin
Keith Tkachuk - Darryl Sittler - Mike Bossy
Gary Roberts - Mats Sundin - Rick Vaive
Ilya Kovalchuk - Bill Hay - Jim Pappin
Geoff Courtnall - Murray Oliver - Leo Labine
Al MacInnis - Gary Suter
Jimmy Thomson - Borge Salming
Zdeno Chara - Tomas Kaberle
Coach: Tommy Ivan
Captain: George Armstrong
Alternates: Ray Bourque, Max Bentley
Doug Bentley - Max Bentley - Cam Neely
Dennis Hull - Buddy O'Connor - Dave Taylor
Esa Tikkanen - Keith Primeau - George Armstrong
Kirk Maltby - Doug Risebrough - Bobby Schmautz
Ray Bourque - Allan Stanley
Ted Green - Gus Mortson
Wally Stanowski - Jamie Macoun
Coach: Al Arbour
Captain: Denis Potvin
Alternates: Jean Ratelle, Yvan Cournoyer
Charlie Simmer - Newsy Lalonde - Yvan Cournoyer
Vic Hadfield - Jean Ratelle - Hooley Smith
Don Marcotte - Doug Jarvis - Pit Martin
Marcel Bonin - Troy Murray - Eddie Shack
Denis Potvin - Harry Howell
Marcel Pronovost - Rob Ramage
Bill Hajt - Bill Barilko
New York Raiders
Coach: Fred Shero
Captain: Scott Stevens
Alternates: Doug Gilmour, Rod Brind'amour
J. P. Parise - Eric Lindros - Dino Ciccarelli
Dave Andreychuk - Doug Gilmour - Vladimir Martinec
John Ogrodnick - Rod Brind'Amour - John McKenzie
Steve Vickers - Don Luce - Mike Foligno
Ivan Hlinka, Ziggy Palffy
Guy Lapointe - Scott Stevens
Bill Gadsby - Charlie Huddy
Alexander Gusev - Joe Watson
Portage la Prairie Plains
Coach: Toe Blake
Captain: Ted Lindsay
Alternates: Bill Cook, Eddie Gerard
Ted Lindsay - Elmer Lach - Didier Pitre
Bun Cook - Sid Crosby - Bill Cook
John Tonelli - Walt Tkaczuk - Larry Aurie
Harry Westwick - Frank Frederickson - Scotty Davidson
Sprague Cleghorn - Eddie Gerard
Jack Stewart - Eddie Ivanov
Harvey Pulford - Pat Egan
Hey VanI, if you could keep an eye on my line-ups that would be great. I've changed them since the end of the draft, and they might still change before the start of voting, so just watch my roster in this thread for updates.
The rosters are now finished being placed in their divisions in the posts ablove and standardized in format. To see nicknames, number, third and fourth alternate captains and commentary go to the roster posts of the individual teams.
If there is a line change PM me and I'll fix it.
There are at least two teams that have yet to post their captain and alternates. Post them on your rosters please and PM them to me.