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The All-Time AAA11 Thread (sign-up, roster post, picks, etc)

All Time Draft #11 - The AAA Draft

The draft has ended

There were 672 guys drafted in the main ATD11 draft, 336 drafted in the MLD11 draft, making a total of 1008 drafted. But are they all truly the top-1000 of all-time? What about others? What players and coaches ought to have been drafted but weren't? That is what the AAA Draft is all about. Not only are there a bunch of guys who should have gone in the MLD but there might be some that could have gone in the main ATD, as among the top 600-750 of all time, third or fourth liners, third pairing blueliners or extra skaters, backup goalies or assistant coaches. We shall see.

The rules of the second-ever full AAA Draft will be exactly the same as the previous full AAA draft:

The draft will last exactly 12 days, two picks per day. We will draft a full 24-man roster. You must draft 2 goalies, 6 defensemen, 12 forwards and a coach, with 3 additional picks to be used for whatever position(s) you want.

Trading of picks is NOT allowed. After the draft there will be a 48-hour period to do trades or add/drop.

There is NO time limit. We will make two (2) picks per day every day anytime during the day from 9:00 am eastern each day. If you miss a day then make up the picks the following day(s).

Suggestion: POST A REASON OR STATISTIC OR DESCRIPTION WITH YOUR PICK to aid discussion and let us know a bit about the pick, as many may not be household names, especially from other eras.

Any player from any league or era are eligible as long as they were not drafted in the ATD11 or MLD11.

Player selection should be based on what they have done (the 'next best' draft, so to speak, the greatest all-time careers not honored by being picked in the main atd#11 draft), and not what they will do in the future, though it's understood that there is a bit of projection with players whose careers were cut short by injury.

Absolutely no dropping of players: once drafted they are drafted. At the end of the draft there will be a 48-hour period to trade or add/drop players, at which point a team could trade or else: pick up an undrafted UFA and simply discard a draft pick.

The number of teams that make the playoffs will depend on the number that qualify for the postseason. To qualify, a team must meet this all-time draft roster condition: Have on the team at least ONE player from each of the following time periods:

1939 or earlier
1940-1965
1966-1979
1980-1989
1990-1999
in 2009 (ANY active/nonretired pro player with 200-plus games pro experience regardless of when he began his career)

The very first game ever played in a top pro league defines which time period for the required condition (so, an eighties player whose NHL or SEL rookie season started in 1979 would meet the 1966-79 time period requirement).

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The AAA11 playoffs will not be according to modern NHL format, but instead will be aligned to a pre-NHL Challenger Series format, sort of like when the NHA, PCHA and earlier teams competed for the Stanley Cup.

AAA11 Playoff Rules (Challenger Format):

I). DURING THE LAST ROUND OF DRAFTING, and not a moment before, each team will be required to issue one (and can only issue one at a time) CHALLENGE to any specific other team in this draft.
II). The team that receives the challenge will then have 24 hours to ACCEPT the challenge if wants to, or REJECT it.
III). If a team receives multiple challenges at the same time (that is, gets one from two or more teams) then the team receiving the multiple challenges must accept one of the challenges it has received (thereby of course nullifying any challenge it may have given out).
IV). A team CANNOT withdraw a challenge; it remains issued until it has been accepted or rejected (or nullified by the other team's acceptance of a different challenge).
V). The challenges will be issued at the same time as one announces one's last two picks on day 12 of the draft.
VI). Every team must issue a challenge (or accept a challenge) on that day, not a day before (and not a day later unless necessary).
VII). Once a team has rejected a challenge those two teams are ineligible to compete against each other for at least that round (and for the following round if conditions permit).
VIII). Whichever teams are remaining without a series opponent set after the last day of drafting (did not accept or have a challenge accepted on day 12) will repeat the process the following day, after all standing challenges have been rejected (or deemed rejected by the passing of 24 hours without reply from the team).
IX). Private agreements reached beforehand via PM are within the spirit of the rules but are not binding until a challenge has been issued and accepted on the last day of the draft. Absolutely NO public on-the-HFboard challenges or insinuations of challenges to be issued prior to the last day of the draft. This is important to preserve the integrity and fairness of the process.
X) Of course, once a challenge has been issued and accepted it's binding and cannot be undone, the playoff opponent for that round is set.

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There will be no regular season ranking because it'll be like pre-NHL split league champions in a Challenger Series format playoffs.

Instead, each GM is to submit their ranking of the top three teams (rank them first, second, third) in each of the following twelve categories. No overall ranking. It's very likely that every team will be ranked top-3 in some category or other.

The 8 categories to vote on:

I. Top scoring line (likely a 1st or 2nd line)
II. Top two-way line (likely a 2nd or 3rd line)
III. Top defensive line (likely a 3rd or 4th line)
IV. Top starting 5 (lw-c-rw-d-d when puck drops to begin game)
V. Top defensemen duo pairing
VI. Top blueline overall (all 7 dmen together)
VII. Top goaltending (starter or tandem)
VIII. Top team chemistry (consideration of how skaters gell, how coaching "fits" with team style, captaincy, etc)

Note: You can include your own team in up to three (3) maximum of the eight (8) category rankings.

And, of course, we will vote on MVP and call-up player list. Submit a list of the top-10 draft picks in terms of their value in an all-time context. Which players ought to have been drafted in the ATD or MLD but wheren't? In addition to the top-10 list of picks other than yours, include a list of your own best three picks.

As well, since we have a 7-team draft, we will for playoff purposes all together construct an 8th team immediately following the draft, a sort of elite Double-A team made up of the best of the undrafted, as far as we all together see it. The team will come out of the blue to make a cup challenge and hence will be called the Dawson City Nuggets, after the historical team that did just that. The Nuggets will challenge the last team remaining during the Challenge Format process (no team may challenge the Nuggets). Here is how we all together will construct that team: Each of us individually decides on who the next best 10 players are and send them to Dawson City training camp (by PMing the list to me on the last day of the draft). Ensure that your list of 10 camp invitees includes at least one forward, one dman, one goalie, one coach. Once all invitations have been sent (in to me via PM) then I will post a composite list of each and every player invited to camp, and anyone who receives more than one invitation is automatically ont he team. We will then have a day or so to openly agree on whom else at camp will make the team.


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AAA11 Draft Picks:

Day 1:

Prague: Viktor Shalimov (rw), Jim McKenny (d)
Halifax: Bob Murray (d), Bob Kelly (lw)
Cumberland County: Jason Spezza (c), Mike O'Connell (d)
Michigan: Scott Young (rw), Cliff Ronning (c)
Regina: Jack McDonald (rw), Don Smith (c/lw)
Toledo: Ran McDonald (rw), Dutch Reibel (c)
Ottawa: Thomas Gradin (c), Tim Young (c)


Day 2:

Halifax: Jason Arnott (c), Petr Sykora (rw)
Prague: Albert Langlois (d), Yuri Lebedev (rw)
Michigan: Russ Courtnall (rw), Mike Bullard (c)
Toledo: Bud Poile (lw), Dale Tallon (d)
Regina: Art Gagne (rw), Adrian Aucoin (d)
Cumberland County: Curt Giles (d), Danny Grant (lw)
Ottawa: Carl Liscombe (lw), Tony Gingras (f)

Day 3:

Cumberland County: Art Jackson (c), Jaroslav Jirik (rw)
Ottawa: Jyrki Lumme (d), Reg Hamilton (d)
Halifax: Alexei Guryshev (c), Bob Murdoch (d)
Michigan: Martin Straka (lw/c), Glen Murray (rw)
Toledo: Risto Siltanen (d), Ray Whitney (lw)
Prague: Jim Riley (lw), Vladimir Ruzicka (c)
Regina: Lou Fontinato (d), Nick Mickoski (lw)

Day 4:

Prague: Ted Hampson (c), Danny Lewicki (lw)
Regina: Herb Jordan (c), Jack Marks (w/d)
Toledo: Garth Boesch (d), Doug Jarrett (d)
Halifax: Chico Maki (rw), Joe Juneau (lw/c)
Cumberland County: Geoff Sanderson (lw), Yevgeny Paladiev (d)
Ottawa: Hugh Bolton (d), Nick Libett (lw)
Michigan: Gilles Meloche (g), Marty Burke (d)

Day 5:

Prague: Billy Barlow (f), Jack McIntyre (w)
Toledo: Robert MacDougall (f), Al Dewsbury (d)
Cumberland County: Nikolay Puchkov (g), Lyle Odelein (d)
Regina: Jocelyn Guevremont (d), Bill Juzda (d)
Halifax: Tom Bladon (d), Bob Armstrong (d)
Ottawa: Doug Lidster (d), Pentti Lund (rw)
Michigan: Alexei Zhitnik (d), Todd Marchant (c)

Day 6:

Prague: Seth Martin (g), Joe Cooper (d)
Toledo: Larry Patey (c), Ron Duguay (c)
Michigan: Dave Creighton (c), Charlie Sands (rw)
Ottawa: Lasse Bjorn (d), Roland Stoltz (d)
Halifax: Bill Harris (c), Jack Evans (d)
Cumberland County: Eric Weinrich (d), Joe Carveth (rw)
Regina: Richard Brodeur (g), Brian Kilrea (coach)

MIDPOINT OF THE DRAFT!

Day 7:

Prague: Lubomir Visnovsky (d), Buzz Boll (lw)
Cumberland County: Stephane Yelle (c), Mark Osborne (lw)
Toledo: Wildor Larochelle (rw), Yevgeny Mishakov (lw)
Halifax: Rick Smith (d), Martin Lapointe (rw)
Regina: Don Saleski (rw), Viktor Shuvalov (c)
Michigan: Patrice Brisebois (d), Keith Brown (d)
Ottawa: P.J. Axelsson (lw), Marty Turco (g)

Day 8:

Michigan: Andre Boudrias (lw), Randy Burridge (lw)
Prague: Keith Carney (d), Rod Flett (d)
Cumberland County: Jorgen Pettersson (lw), Ed Olczyk (c)
Halifax: Gord Lane (d), Henrik Sedin (c)
Toledo: Patrik Sundstrom (lw), Ray Sheppard (rw)
Regina: Bruce Driver (d), Jimmy Herberts (c)
Ottawa: Tony Tanti (lw), Mark Napier (rw)

Day 9:

Regina: Dan Maloney (lw), Bill Brydge (d)
Michigan: Don Beaupre (g), Donald Brashear (lw)
Prague: Raimo Helminen (c), Otakar Janecky (c)
Halifax: Viktor Zinger (g), Jon Casey (g)
Toledo: Pierre Bouchard (d), Hib Milks (lw/c)
Cumberland County: Sergei Brylin (lw), Willie Mitchell (d)
Ottawa: Ted Nolan (coach), George Burnett (coach)

Day 10:

Michigan: Steven Finn (d), Garth Butcher (d)
Prague: Konnie Johannesson (d), Joe Benoit (rw)
Toledo: Billy Nicholson (g), M-A Fleury (g)
Regina: Pete Horeck (lw), Dallas Drake (rw)
Halifax: Sergei Shepelev (c), Vladimir Golikov (c)
Cumberland County: Evgeni Nabokov (g), Emile Francis (coach)
Ottawa: Terry Crisp (c), Orest Kindrachuk (c)


Day 11:

Michigan: Ron Wilson (coach), Mike McEwen (d)
Cumberland County: Gary Leeman (rw), Michal Pivonka (c)
Halifax: Alex Skvortsov (w), George Richardson (lw)
Regina: Frank McCool (g), John Mayasich (c)
Toledo: Barry Trotz (coach), Dick Todd (coach)
Prague: F. S. Stocking (g), Ivan Hlinka (coach)
Ottawa: Yevgeny Zimin (rw), Vlastimil Bubnik (rw)

Day 12:

Regina: Mac Colville (rw/d), Stanislav Petukhov (rw/d)
Halifax: Fredrik Modin (lw), Bryan Murray (coach)
Toledo: Darryl Sutter (c), Niklas Kronwall (d)
Ottawa: Uwe Krupp (d), Alfie Moore (g)
Michigan: Miroslav Satan (rw), Ivan Boldirev (c)
Cumberland County: Brad Marsh (d), Ville Peltonen (w)



Notice the importance of everyone's participation on the last day of the draft and the first two days thereafter:

Day 12: is the day to: 1) every team to issue one and only one "Challenge" at the very same time as announcing picks this day; 2) every team to submit via PM a list of 10 invitees to Dawson City training camp; 3) update one's roster post including captain, two alternate captains.

Day 13 is the day to: 1) submit category rankings; 2) accept or reject challenge; 3) contribute to Dawson City training camp discussion as the composite list will be released and competition for jobs will begin.

Day 14 is the day to: 1) have annouced the MVP and category winners; 2) decide together the line-up for Dawson City; 3) officially begin AAA11 playoffs (continuing challenge process where necessary).


The 7 teams in the draft:

VanIslander - Halifax Eurekas
Hedberg - Toledo Walleye
Zamboni Mania - Michigan Wolverines
chaosrevolver - Ottawa HC
seventieslord - Regina Pat Canadians
Triffy - Prague Bartenders
Rzeznik - Cumberland County Cool Blues


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I will manage the Halifax Eurekas.

March 9, 1899. An impromptu game between the Halifax Chebuctos and the Halifax Eurekas marked the first time an all-Black and all-White hockey team played against each other. The (all-Black) Eurekas won the game, 9-7. The following year saw the beginning of The Colored Hockey League of the Maritimes.



Halifax Eurekas

coach: Bryan Murray

Sergei Shepelev - Alexei Guryshev - Alex Skvortsov
Joe Juneau - Jason Arnott (C) - Petr Sykora
Bob Kelly - Billy Harris - Chico Maki
Fredrik Modin - Vladimir Golikov - Martin Lapointe (A)
Henrik Sedin, George Richardson

Bob Murray (A) - Bob Murdoch
Bob Armstrong - Tom Bladon
Jack Evans - Rick Smith
Gord Lane

Viktor Zinger
Jon Casey


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In keeping with my odd-looking fish logos theme, I'll be the Toledo Walleye:




Coaches: Dick Todd/Barry Trotz

Goalies: Marc-Andre Fleury/Billy Nicholson

Dale Tallon - Doug Jarret (C)
Risto Siltanen - Al Dewsbury
Garth Boesch - Pierre Bouchard
Niklas Kronwall

Robert MacDougall - Dutch Reibel (A) - Ray Sheppard
Ray Whitney - Ron Duguay - Ran McDonald
Hib Milks (A) - Patrik Sundstrom - Bud Poile
Yevgeny Mishakov - Larry Patey - Wildor Larochelle
Darryl Sutter

1939 or earlier: Ran McDonald
1940-1965: Dutch Reibel
1966-1979: Dale Tallon
1980-1989: Ray Sheppard
1990-1999: Ray Whitney
in 2009: Marc-Andre Fleury




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Michigan Wolverines

Head Coach: Ron Wilson

Captain: Andre Boudrias
Assistant Captains: Marty Burke, Todd Marchant

Martin Straka-Cliff Ronning-Glen Murray
Andre Boudrias-Mike Bullard-Russ Courtnall
Randy Burridge-Dave Creighton-Scott Young
Donald Brashear-Todd Marchant-Charlie Sands
Miroslav Satan, Ivan Boldirev

Marty Burke-Alexei Zhitnik
Mike McEwen-Keith Brown
Patrice Brisebois-Steven Finn
Garth Butcher

Gilles Meloche
Don Beaupre


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Generally acknowledged by hockey historians as one of the greatest teams of the early days of the sport, the club won numerous championships, starting with the 1891 to 1893 Ontario championships. In total, the club won the Stanley Cup eleven times, including two challenges during years it did not win the Cup for the season. In 1950, Canadian sports editors selected the Ottawa HC/Senators to be Canada's greatest team in the first half of the 20th century.

Alumni
Clint Benedict
Frank Boucher
King Clancy
Sprague Cleghorn
Bill Cowley
Jack Darragh
Cy Denneny
Frank Nighbor
Harvey Pulford
Art Ross
Cyclone Taylor


Head Coach: Ted Nolan
Assistant Coach: George Burnett

Tony Tanti - Thomas Gradin - Mark Napier
Carl Liscombe - Tim Young - Yevgeny Zimin
Nick Libett - Terry Crisp - Pentti Lund
P.J. Axelsson - Orest Kindrachuk - Tony Gingras
Vlastimil Bubnik

Jyrki Lumme - Reg Hamilton
Doug Lidster - Hugh Bolton
Lasse Bjorn - Roland Stoltz
Uwe Krupp

Marty Turco
Alfie Moore


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1939 or earlier: McDonald, Jordan, Marks, Smith, Gagne, Herberts, Brydge
1940-1965: Mickoski, Juzda, Fontinato, Shuvalov, Mayasich, Horeck, McCool
1966-1979: Guevremont, Brodeur, Kilrea, Saleski, Maloney
1980-1989: Driver
1990-1999: Drake
in 2009: Aucoin


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Coach:

Danny Lewicki - Vladimir Ruzicka (A) - Viktor Shalimov
Jim Riley - Otakar Janecky - Billy Barlow
Jack McIntyre - Ted Hampson (C) - Yuri Lebedev
Buzz Boll - Raimo Helminen (A) - Joe Benoit

Jim McKenny - Albert Langlois
Joe Cooper - Lubomir Visnovsky
Rod Flett - Konnie Johannesson
Keith Carney

Seth Martin
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1939 or earlier: Jim Riley, Billy Barlow, Buzz Boll, Joe Cooper
1940-1965: Albert Langlois, Danny Lewicki, Jack McIntyre, Ted Hampson, Seth Martin
1966-1979: Viktor Shalimov, Vladimir Ruzicka, Yuri Lebedev, Jim McKenny
1980-1989: Raimo Helminen
1990-1999: Keith Carney
in 2009 Lubomir Visnovsky


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Cumberland County Cool Blues


1939 or earlier
1940-1965
1966-1979
1980-1989
1990-1999
In 2009 (ANY active/nonretired pro player with 200-plus games pro experience regardless of when he began his career)

GM: Rzeznik
Coach: Emile Francis
Captain: Curt Giles
Assistant Captains: Lyle Odelein, Stephane Yelle

Danny Grant-Jason Spezza-Joe Carveth
Geoff Sanderson-Art Jackson-Jaroslav Jirik
Mark Osborne-Ed Olczyk-Gary Leeman
Jorgen Pettersson-Stephane Yelle (A)-Sergei Brylin
Michal Pivonka, Ville Peltonen

Curt Giles (C)-Yevgeny Paladiev
Eric Weinrich-Mike O'Connell
Willie Mitchell-Lyle Odelein (A)
Brad Marsh

Nikolay Puchkov
Evgeni Nabokov

Power-play 1: Danny Grant-Jason Spezza-Geoff Sanderson-Mike O'Connell-Curt Giles
Power-play 2: Jaroslav Jirik-Ed Olczyk-Joe Carveth-Lyle Odelein-Yevgeny Paladiev

Penalty Kill 1: Stephane Yelle-Jorgen Pettersson-Willie Mitchell-Eric Weinrich
Penalty Kill 2: Sergei Brylin-Mark Osborne-Curt Giles-Lyle Odelein
Penalty Kill 3: Art Jackson-Joe Carveth

Day 1: Jason Spezza, #19
An offensively gifted player, Spezza was one of the most highly touted prospects in recent years, often compared to NHL Superstar and Hall of Famer Mario Lemieux
Day 1: Mike O'Connell, #20
Defenceman Mike O'Connell was an excellent skater with a host of offensive gifts. He was key performer on the power play and helped his team's transition game without neglecting his defensive responsibilities.
Day 2: Curt Giles, #2
Curt Giles was a steady defenceman who could pass the puck up ice effectively. He played nearly 900 games for three different teams between 1979-80 and 1992-93 but was best known as a fixture on the Minnesota North Stars' blueline.
Day 2: Danny Grant, #21
...Although he was not a swift skater, he was strong on his blades. He was also characterized as a tough winger who was clever, worked hard and packed a swift, accurate wrist shot.
Day 3: Art Jackson, #16
In Boston, Jackson became a solid playmaker and checker playing as the third centre behind Bill Cowley and Milt Schmidt. He was on hand when the "black and gold" won their second Stanley Cup in three years in 1941.
Day 3: Jaroslav Jirik, #12
He scored most of his goals standing in the crease area stuffing in rebounds. He didn't mind getting his nose dirty and despite not being very big he was extremely hard to move out from the slot when he parked there.
Day 4: Geoff Sanderson, #8
In only his second full season with the team, Sanderson flourished with 89 points in 82 games and played for Team Canada in the World Championships.
Day 4: Yevgeny Paladiev, #26
He was an extremely reliable and fearless defense player with a poweful long distance slapshot and effective body-checking and shot-blocking skills.
Day 5: Nikolay Puchkov
-8 First-team all-star selections in the Soviet League ('54, '55, '56, '57, '58, '59, '60, '62)
-World Championship Best Goaltender (1959)
-Olympic Gold and Bronze Medals
-USSR Hockey Hall of Fame (1954)

Day 5: Lyle Odelein, #24
A rugged blueliner, Odelein was a tough, physical player in his own zone and was a mainstay on the Habs' blueline through the 1995-96 season. He was a key defender when the club won the Stanley Cup in 1993 and registered a career-high eleven goals the next season.
Day 6: Eric Weinrich, #2
Upon his arrival in Philadelphia, Weinrich was one of the team's more durable players and played his 1,000th game in 2002-03 before being dealt to the St. Louis Blues shortly after the 2004 NHL All-Star game.
Day 6: Joe Carveth, #17
The next year was one of recovery, and the year after his career was back on track as he scored 18 goals and was a key element in Detroit's winning the 1943 Stanley Cup.
Day 7: Stephane Yelle, #26
With the Avalanche, Yelle continued to improve on his checking and penalty killing skills. Strong on faceoffs and considered one of the premier defensive players in the league...
Day 7: Mark Osborne, #12
Although he scored over 200 career goals, the hard-working winger was best at winning battles in the corners and checking the opposition's top line.
Day 8: Jorgen Pettersson, #22
Over succeeding seasons, he continued to develop into a more complete package as an outstanding penalty killer and above-average defensive player who was willing to bump with the opposition.
Day 8: Ed Olczyk, #16
Centre Ed Olczyk played over 1000 NHL games for seven different clubs. He was gifted playmaker with speed and a quick release. He was also solid on his skates and not easy to bump off the puck.
Day 9: Sergei Brylin, #18
Possessing good speed and a sound grasp of all the game's facets... His superior puck-handling and strength on his skates made him a versatile player for the club and an asset on both specialty teams.
Day 9: Willie Mitchell, #8
A sound defenseman with some offensive upside... Mitchell returned to the Wild for his fourth season with the club, where he continued to be a steady competitor on the team's blueline...
Day 10: Evgeni Nabokov, #20
A top performer in the USSR, he worked his way through the minors and became a top flight NHLer in his second year in the league.
Day 10: Emile Francis
He was groomed to be the bench boss of the parent club and ended up guiding the Rangers on three separate occasions. The peak of his tenure as the New York coach was reaching the Stanley Cup finals in 1972.
Day 11: Gary Leeman, #11
A speedy right-winger with soft hands, Gary Leeman played nearly 700 NHL games for five different clubs. He was best known as a gritty scoring machine on the Toronto Maple Leafs with a 50-goal season to his credit.
Day 11: Michal Pivonka, #20
Pivonka centred a line between Bobby Gould and Gatean Duchesne, making a good impression from the start with his strong skating, excellent passing, and willingness to play physically.
Day 12: Brad Marsh, #8
There is likely no one who enjoyed playing hockey as much as Brad Marsh... He quickly became a fan favourite. What he lacked in polish, he made up for in enthusiasm. His skating style, almost running on his skates, was awkward, but it got him efficiently from place to place....
Day 12: Ville Peltonen, #18
Over the years since he first hit the ice, Peltonen's focus has been directed more towards playing international hockey than skating in the NHL, although the National League did maintain a bit more presence in his life during the later stages of his career.


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The AAA11 playoffs will not be according to modern NHL format, but instead will be aligned to a pre-NHL Challenger Series format, sort of like when the NHA, PCHA and earlier teams competed for the Stanley Cup.

AAA11 Playoff Rules (Challenger Format):

I). DURING THE LAST ROUND OF DRAFTING, and not a moment before, each team will be required to issue one (and can only issue one at a time) CHALLENGE to any specific other team in this draft.
II). The team that receives the challenge will then have 24 hours to ACCEPT the challenge if wants to, or REJECT it.
III). If a team receives multiple challenges at the same time (that is, gets one from two or more teams) then the team receiving the multiple challenges must accept one of the challenges it has received (thereby of course nullifying any challenge it may have given out).
IV). A team CANNOT withdraw a challenge; it remains issued until it has been accepted or rejected (or nullified by the other team's acceptance of a different challenge).
V). The challenges will be issued at the same time as one announces one's last two picks on day 12 of the draft.
VI). Every team must issue a challenge (or accept a challenge) on that day, not a day before (and not a day later unless necessary).
VII). Once a team has rejected a challenge those two teams are ineligible to compete against each other for at least that round (and for the following round if conditions permit).
VIII). Whichever teams are remaining without a series opponent set after the last day of drafting (did not accept or have a challenge accepted on day 12) will repeat the process the following day, after all standing challenges have been rejected (or deemed rejected by the passing of 24 hours without reply from the team).
IX). Private agreements reached beforehand via PM are within the spirit of the rules but are not binding until a challenge has been issued and accepted on the last day of the draft. Absolutely NO public on-the-HFboard challenges or insinuations of challenges to be issued prior to the last day of the draft. This is important to preserve the integrity and fairness of the process.
X) Of course, once a challenge has been issued and accepted it's binding and cannot be undone, the playoff opponent for that round is set.


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The following players are ineligible for the AAA11 Draft: (just control-F to make sure the guy you want isn't here)

From the ATD11:

Round 1

1 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Bobby Orr, D
2 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Gordie Howe, RW
3 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Wayne Gretzky, C
4 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Mario Lemieux, C
5 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Doug Harvey, D
6 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Eddie Shore, D
7 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Bobby Hull, LW
8 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Raymond Bourque, D
9 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Jean Beliveau, C
10 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Maurice Richard, RW
11 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Denis Potvin, D
12 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Stan Mikita, C
13 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Howie Morenz, C
14 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Mark Messier, C/LW
15 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Bobby Clarke, C
16 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Guy Lafleur, RW
17 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Ted Lindsay, LW
18 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Nicklas Lidstrom, D
19 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Red Kelly, D/C
20 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Patrick Roy, G
21 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Jacques Plante, G
22 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Larry Robinson, D
23 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Jaromir Jagr, RW
24 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Martin Brodeur, G
25 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Mike Bossy, RW
26 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Dominik Hasek, G
27 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Bryan Trottier, C
28 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Viacheslav Fetisov, D

Round 2

29 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Chris Chelios, D
30 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Phil Esposito, C
31 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Brad Park, D
32 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Terry Sawchuk, G
33 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Newsy Lalonde, C
34 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Cyclone Taylor, C/D/LW
35 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Valeri Kharlamov, LW
36 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Joe Sakic, C
37 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Pierre Pilote, D
38 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Glenn Hall, G
39 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Ken Dryden, G
40 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Steve Yzerman, C
41 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Paul Coffey, D
42 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Bernard Parent, G
43 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Syl Apps Sr., C
44 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Milt Schmidt, C
45 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Earl Seibert, D
46 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Bernard Geoffrion, RW
47 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Dit Clapper, D
48 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Tim Horton, D
49 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Vladislav Tretiak, G
50 - Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Bill Durnan, G
51 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - King Clancy, D
52 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Bill Cook, RW
53 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Jarri Kurri, RW
54 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Sprague Cleghorn, D
55 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Bill Gadsby, D
56 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Frank Mahovlich, LW

Round 3

57 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Henri Richard, C
58 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Al MacInnis, D
59 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Clint Benedict, G
60 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Borje Salming, D
61 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Charlie Conacher, RW
62 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Max Bentley, C
63 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Peter Forsberg, C
64 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Dickie Moore, LW
65 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Turk Broda, G
66 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Frank Boucher, C
67 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Elmer Lach, C
68 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Frank Nighbor, C
69 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Scott Stevens, D
70 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Valeri Vasiliev, D
71 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Mark Howe, D
72 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Aurel Joliat, LW
73 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Brian Leetch, D
74 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Chris Pronger, D
75 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Ted Kennedy, C
76 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Gilbert Perreault, C
77 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Andy Bathgate, RW
78 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Scott Niedermayer, D
79 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Serge Savard, D
80 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Jack Stewart, D
81 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Rod Langway, D
82 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Johnny Bower, G
83 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Guy Lapointe, D
84 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Joe Malone, LW/C

Round 4

85 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Sergei Makarov, RW
86 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Boris Mikhailov, RW
87 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Frank Brimsek, G
88 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Dave Keon, C
89 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Doug Gilmour, C
90 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Billy Smith, G
91 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Brett Hull, RW
92 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Bill Quackenbush, D
93 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Yvan Cournoyer, RW
94 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Johnny Bucyk, LW
95 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Bill Cowley, C
96 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Emile "Butch" Bouchard, D
97 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Sid Abel, C/LW
98 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Eric Lindros, C
99 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Anatoli Firsov, LW
100 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Marcel Dionne, C
101 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Alex Delvecchio, LW/C
102 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Marcel Pronovost, D
103 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Charlie Gardiner, G
104 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Jacques Laperriere, D
105 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Sergei Fedorov, C
106 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Ebbie Goodfellow, D
107 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Cam Neely, RW
108 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Peter Stastny, C
109 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Toe Blake, LW
110 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Norm Ullman, C
111 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Nels Stewart, C
112 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - J.C. Tremblay, D

Round 5

113 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Tom Johnson, D
114 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Adam Oates, C
115 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Lionel Conacher, D
116 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Jiri Holecek, G
117 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Eddie Gerard, D/LW
118 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Ching Johnson, D
119 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Dale Hawerchuk, C
120 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Busher Jackson, LW
121 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Allan Stanley, D
122 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Carl Brewer, D
123 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Babe Siebert, D
124 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Alexei Kasatonov, D
125 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Jarome Iginla, RW
126 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Pavel Bure, RW
127 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Bill Barber, LW
128 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Doug Bentley, LW/C
129 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Larry Murphy, D
130 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Roy Conacher, LW
131 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Fern Flaman, D
132 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Buck Boucher, D
133 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Ernie "Moose" Johnson, D
134 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Harry Howell, D
135 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Sylvio Mantha, D
136 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Brendan Shanahan, LW
137 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Doug Wilson, D
138 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Rob Blake, D
139 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Alexander Ovechkin, LW
140 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Cy Denneny, LW

Round 6

141 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Hooley Smith, C
142 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - - Vaclav Nedomansky, RW
143 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Glenn Anderson, RW
144 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Clark Gillies, LW
145 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Igor Larionov, C
146 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Punch Broadbent, RW
147 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Ron Francis, C
148 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Ken Reardon, D
149 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Michel Goulet, LW
150 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Marty Barry, C
151 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Alexander Maltsev, RW/C
152 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Bob Gainey, LW
153 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Alexander Ragulin, D
154 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Tim Kerr, RW
155 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Vladimir Konstantinov, D
156 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Hod Stuart, D
157 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Vladimir Petrov, C
158 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Joe Primeau, C
159 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Pat Lafontaine, C
160 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Bobby Baun, D
161 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Jacques Lemaire, C
162 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Jean Ratelle, C
163 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Syd Howe, LW
164 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Grant Fuhr, G
165 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Frantisek Pospisil, D
166 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Art Coulter, D
167 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Bill White, D
168 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Teemu Selanne, RW

Round 7

169 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Alexander Yakushev, LW
170 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Pat Stapleton, D
171 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Darryl Sittler, C
172 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - George Armstrong, RW
173 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Hap Day, D
174 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Bert Olmstead, LW
175 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Art Ross, D
176 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Denis Savard, C
177 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Zdeno Chara, D
178 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Bun Cook, LW
179 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Gump Worsley, G
180 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Brian Propp, LW
181 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Mickey MacKay, C/RW
182 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Woody Dumart, LW
183 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Rick Tocchet, RW
184 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Mike Gartner, RW
185 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Sweeney Schriner, LW
186 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Sergei Zubov, D
187 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Nikolai Sologubov, D
188 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Luc Robitaille, LW
189 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Cecil "Babe" Dye, RW
190 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Bryan Hextall Sr., RW
191 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Harry Cameron, D
192 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Lionel Hitchman, D
193 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Claude Provost, RW
194 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Doug Jarvis, C
195 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Babe Pratt, D
196 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Lanny Mcdonald, RW

Round 8

197 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Jimmy Thomson, D
198 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - John Leclair, LW
199 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Ace Bailey, RW
200 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Moose Vasko, D
201 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Didier Pitre, RW
202 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Guy Carbonneau, C
203 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - John Tonelli, LW
204 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Rick Martin, LW
205 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Mats Sundin, C
206 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Red Horner, D
207 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Mike Modano, C
208 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Bernie Federko, C
209 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Rick Middleton, RW
210 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Brad McCrimmon, D
211 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Vladimir Lutchenko, D
212 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Joe Thornton, C
213 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Ed Belfour, G
214 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Vsevolod Bobrov, LW
215 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Doug Mohns, D/LW
216 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Steve Shutt, LW
217 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Wayne Cashman, LW
218 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Sidney Crosby, C
219 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Ilya Kovalchuk, LW
220 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Jan Suchy, D
221 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Herb Gardiner, D
222 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Frank Foyston, F
223 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Rod Gilbert, RW
224 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Gerry Cheevers, G

Round 9

225 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Evgeni Malkin, C
226 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Tony Esposito, G
227 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Bob Goldham, D
228 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Ralph Backstrom, C
229 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - George Hainsworth, G
230 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Bob Nystrom, RW
231 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Steve Larmer, RW
232 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Eric Desjardins, D
233 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Mark Recchi, RW
234 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Theoren Fleury, RW
235 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Marty Pavelich, LW
236 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Cecil Dillon, RW
237 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Tod Sloan, C/RW
238 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Esa Tikkanen, LW
239 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Phil Housley, D
240 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Adam Foote, D
241 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Ken Hodge Sr., RW
242 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Gary Suter, D
243 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Craig Ramsay, LW
244 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Leo Boivin, D
245 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Sid Smith, LW
246 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Kevin Lowe, D
247 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Gus Mortson, D
248 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Cy Wentworth, D
249 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Ed Litzenberger, RW
250 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Craig Hartsburgh, D
251 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Jean-Guy Talbot, D
252 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Nick Metz, LW/RW

Round 10

253 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Joe Klukay, LW
254 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards Rod Brind'Amour, C/LW
255 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Barclay Plager, D
256 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Neil Colville, C/D
257 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Gary Roberts, LW
258 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Ott Heller, D
259 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Jere Lehtinen, LW/RW
260 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Walt Tkaczuk - C
261 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Randy Carlyle, D
262 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Paul Thompson, LW
263 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Paul Kariya, LW
264 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Reggie Leach, RW
265 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Wendel Clark, LW
266 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Joe Mullen, RW
267 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Si Griffis, D
268 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Harry "Hap" Holmes, G
269 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Joel Otto, C
270 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Bob Pulford, LW/C
271 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Kevin Stevens, LW
272 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Joe Nieuwendyk, C
273 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Baldy Northcott, LW
274 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Ted Green, D
275 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Lester Patrick, D
276 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Vladimir Martinec, RW
277 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Vladimir Shadrin, C
278 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Danny Gare, RW
279 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Dean Prentice, LW
280 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Derek Sanderson, C

Round 11

281 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Ed Westfall, RW
282 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Tony Leswick, LW/RW
283 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Claude Lemieux, RW
284 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Johnny Gottselig, LW
285 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Jim Neilson, D
286 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Tiny Thompson, G
287 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Scotty Bowman, coach
288 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Larry Aurie, RW
289 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Mats Naslund, LW
290 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Butch Goring, C
291 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - William "Flash" Hollett, D
292 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Jack Crawford, D
293 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Jack Darragh, RW
294 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Dino Ciccarelli, RW
295 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Dave Andreychuk, LW
296 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Frank McGee, C
297 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Joe Hall, D
298 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Daniel Alfredsson, RW
299 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Pit Lepine, C
300 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Herbie Lewis, LW
301 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Reg Noble, LW/D
302 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Dick Duff, LW
303 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Pavel Datsyuk, C
304 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Brent Sutter, C
305 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Vladimir Krutov, LW
306 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Dale Hunter, C
307 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Gordie Drillon, RW
308 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Jimmy Watson, D

Round 12

309 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Dany Heatley, LW
310 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Patrik Elias, LW
311 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Fred Stanfield, LW
312 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Duke Keats - C
313 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Jack Walker - LW
314 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Don Luce - C
315 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Henrik Zetterberg, LW/C
316 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Jim Schoenfeld, D
317 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Bobby Bauer, RW
318 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Terry Harper, D
319 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Bobby Rousseau, RW
320 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Rick Macleish, C
321 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Phil Watson, C/RW
322 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Derian Hatcher, D
323 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Bill Mosienko, RW
324 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Kirk Muller, LW
325 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Brian Sutter, LW
326 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Dave Taylor, RW
327 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Terry O'Reilly, RW
328 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Bob Nevin, RW
329 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Frank Finnigan, RW
330 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Sergei Gonchar, D
331 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Ken Linseman, C
332 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Al Arbour, Coach
333 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Vyacheslav Starshinov, C
334 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Tommy Phillips, LW/RW
335 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Peter Bondra, RW
336 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Ron Ellis, RW

Round 13

337 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Don Marcotte, LW
338 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Don Marshall, LW
339 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Odie Cleghorn, RW
340 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Vitaly Davydov, D
341 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Ken Morrow, D
342 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Roy Worters, G
343 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Jeremy Roenick, C
344 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Harvey Pulford, D
345 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Alexander Mogilny, RW
346 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Toe Blake, coach
347 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Bill Barilko, D
348 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Dave Poulin, C
349 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Alf Smith, LW/RW
350 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Hap Day, coach
351 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Yvon Lambert, LW
352 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Glen Sather, coach
353 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Jerry Toppazzini, RW
354 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Ulf Samuelsson, D
355 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Tommy Ivan, coach
356 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Bobby Holik, C
357 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Eric Nesterenko, RW
358 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Reed Larson, D
359 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Fred Shero, coach
360 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Pat Verbeek, RW
361 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Dick Irvin Sr., coach
362 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Don Cherry, coach
363 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Steffan Persson, D
364 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Harry Lumley, G

Round 14

365 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Kenny Mosdell, C
366 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - - Craig Ludwig, D
367 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Teppo Numminen, D
368 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Charlie Simmer, LW
369 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Lester Patrick, coach
370 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Dave Burrows, D
371 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Dirk Graham, RW
372 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Cecil Hart, coach
373 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Rob Ramage, D
374 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Anders Hedberg, RW
375 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Adam Graves, LW
376 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - George Vézina, G
377 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Lennart Svedberg, D
378 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Mario Tremblay, RW
379 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Jiri Holik, LW
380 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Edward Ivanov, D
381 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Frank Patrick, D
382 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Billy Burch, C
383 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Trevor Linden, RW
384 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Punch Imlach, Coach
385 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Fleming Mackell, C
386 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - J.P. Parise, LW
387 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Mike Ramsey, D
388 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Don McKenney, C
389 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Jerry Korab, D
390 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Tommy Gorman, Coach
391 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Paul Reinhart, D
392 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Ted Harris, D

Round 15

393 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Eddie Giacomin, G
394 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Markus Naslund, LW
395 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Frank Fredrickson, C
396 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Jim Peters, RW
397 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Harry Hyland, RW
398 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Jack Adams, coach
399 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Michael Peca, C
400 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Lars-Erik Sjoberg, D
401 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Rick Vaive, RW
402 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Bob Bourne, C
403 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Ed Van Impe, D
404 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Jacques Lemaire, coach
405 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Gaye Stewart, LW
406 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Wally Stanowski, D
407 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Bobby Smith, C
408 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Mathieu Schneider, D
409 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Charlie Huddy, D
410 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Phil Goyette, C
411 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Rogatien Vachon, G
412 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Vincent Damphousse, LW/C
413 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Hec Kilrea, LW
414 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Keith Primeau, C
415 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Tommy Dunderdale, C
416 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Pete Mahovich, LW/C
417 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Troy Murray, C
418 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Craig MacTavish, C
419 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Brendan Morrow, LW
420 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Leo Reise Jr., D

Round 16

421 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Al Secord, LW
422 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Gilles Tremblay, LW
423 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Ken Daneyko, D
424 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - René Robert, RW
425 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Cooney Weiland, C
426 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Pete Green, Coach
427 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - John Ferguson, LW
428 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Metro Prystai, C
429 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Carol Vadnais, D
430 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Brian Rafalski, D
431 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Martin St. Louis, RW
432 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Mike Grant, D
433 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Dennis Hull, LW
434 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Doug Risebrough, C
435 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Blair Russel, RW
436 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Orland Kurtenbach, C
437 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Duane Sutter, RW
438 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Floyd Curry, RW
439 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Dollard St-Laurent, D
440 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Vincent Lecavalier, C
441 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Joe Simpson, D
442 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Keith Tkachuk, LW
443 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Harry Mummery, D
444 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Red Dutton, D
445 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Helmut Balderis, RW
446 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Tommy Anderson, RW/D
447 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Edgar Laprade, C
448 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Alexei Kovalev, RW

Round 17

449 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Jean Pronovost, RW
450 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Alex Connell, G
451 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Jack Adams, C/LW
452 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Anatoli Tarasov, Coach
453 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Pat Burns, Coach
454 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Bernie Morris, RW/C
455 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Sandis Ozolinsh, D
456 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Gordon Roberts, LW
457 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Curtis Joseph, G
458 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Ron Greschner, D
459 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Bert Corbeau, D
460 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Gary Unger, C
461 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Rusty Crawford, LW/C
462 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Red Berenson, C
463 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Brian Bellows, RW
464 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Steve Kasper, C
465 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Bob Johnson, coach
466 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - John Madden, C
467 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Jack Marshall, F
468 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Owen Nolan, RW
469 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Frantisek Tikal, D
470 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Ken Hitchcock, Coach
471 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Glen Skov, C
472 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Marcel Bonin, LW
473 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Ulf Nilsson, C
474 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Roger Crozier, G
475 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Eddie Shack, LW
476 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Glen Harmon, D

Round 18

477 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Chuck Rayner, G
478 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Chris Drury, C
479 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Tomas Holmstrom, W
480 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Reijo Ruotsalainen, D
481 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Murray Balfour, RW
482 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Hugh Lehman, G
483 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Petr Svoboda, D
484 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Gary Dornhoefer, RW
485 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Lorne Chabot, G
486 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Pat Quinn, Coach
487 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Louis Berlinquette, LW
488 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Rick Meagher, C
489 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Mike Foligno, RW
490 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Steve Thomas, LW
491 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Arkady Chernyshev, Coach
492 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Stan Smyl, RW
493 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - John Vanbiesbrouck, G
494 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Herb Brooks, Coach
495 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Ross Lonsberry, LW
496 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Bob Davidson, LW
497 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Lloyd Cook, D
498 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Kris Draper, C
499 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Johnny Peirson, RW
500 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Graham Drinkwater, D
501 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Mike McPhee, LW
502 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Harry P. Watson, LW
503 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Bucko McDonald, D
504 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Pit Martin, C

Round 19

505 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Keith Magnusson, D
506 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Jiri Bubla, D
507 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Roberto Luongo, G
508 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Slava Kozlov, LW
509 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Jim Pappin, RW
510 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Murray Murdoch, LW
511 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Marian Hossa, RW
512 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Buddy O'Connor, C
513 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Murray Oliver, C
514 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Steve Smith, D
515 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Ab McDonald, LW
516 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - James Patrick, D
517 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Gennady Tsygankov, D
518 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Thomas Steen, C
519 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Dallas Smith, D
520 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - John Sorrell, LW
521 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Don Maloney, LW
522 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Bill Hajt, D
523 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Craig Simpson, LW
524 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - John MacLean, RW/C
525 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Albert Leduc, D
526 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Kevin Dineen, RW
527 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Harry Westwick, LW/RW/R
528 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Art Duncan, D
529 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Dave Balon, LW
530 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Tiger Williams, LW
531 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Mike Keane, RW
532 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Bill Guerin, RW

Round 20

533 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Bernie Nicholls, C
534 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Mike Richter, G
535 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - John McKenzie, RW
536 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Gary Bergman, D
537 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Russell Bowie, C
538 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Bruce Stuart, LW
539 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Ivan Hlinka, C
540 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Ryan Walter, C/LW
541 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Red Sullivan, C
542 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Barry Beck, D
543 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Milan Novy, C
544 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Johnny Wilson, LW
545 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Viktor Kuzkin, D
546 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Pierre Turgeon, C
547 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Mike Vernon, G
548 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Ken Wharram, RW
549 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Jim Peplinski, RW
550 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Bill Ezinicki, RW
551 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Vic Stasiuk, LW
552 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Tomas Kaberle, D
553 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Venjamin Alexandrov, LW
554 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Shayne Corson, LW
555 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Weldy Young, D
556 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Dick Irvin Sr., C
557 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Willi Plett, RW
558 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Bobby Schmautz, RW
559 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Art Chapman, C
560 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Ian Turnbull, D

Round 21

561 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Zigmund Palffy, RW
562 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Art Ross, coach
563 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Doug Weight, C
564 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Vladimir Dzurilla, G
565 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Dave Kerr, G
566 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Harry Trihey, C
567 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Chris Osgood, G
568 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Alexander Gusev, D
569 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Stu Barnes, RW
570 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruinsb - Glenn Resch, G
571 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Georges Hay, LW
572 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Georges Mantha - D/LW
573 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Vic Hadfield, LW
574 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Bengt-Ĺke Gustafsson, RW
575 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Mike Liut, G
576 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Bob Turner, D
577 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Al Rollins, G
578 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Steve Duchesne, D
579 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Paul Henderson RW/LW
580 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Roger Neilson, coach
581 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Mark Tinordi, D
582 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Normie Smith, G
583 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Neal Broten, C
584 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Paddy Moran, G
585 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Ray Getliffe C/LW
586 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Mattias Norstrom, D
587 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Milan Hejduk, RW
588 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Harry Sinden, coach

Round 22

589 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Pat Egan, D
590 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Kent Nilsson, C
591 - camperjr - Edmonton Oilers - Kirk Maltby, LW
592 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Charlie Hodge, G
593 - Hedberg - Victoria Salmon Kings - Barney Stanley, RW
594 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Perk Galbraith, LW
595 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Kimmo Timonen, D
596 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Jimmy Roberts, D/RW
597 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Jacques Demers, coach
598 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Tomas Jonsson, D
599 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Sven Johansson, C
600 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Doug Barkley, D
601 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Tommy Smith, C
602 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Calle Johansson, D
603 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Ivan Tregubov, D
604 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Jack Laviolette, D/LW
605 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Peter McNab, F
606 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Pelle Lindberg, G
607 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Bill Hay, C
608 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
609 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Ken Randall RW/D
610 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Brad Maxwell, D
611 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - John Ross Roach, G
612 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Ed Sandford, LW
613 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Al Iafrate, D
614 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Ron Stewart, C
615 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Andy Hebenton, RW
616 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Mike Babcock, coach

Round 23

617 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Bun Cook, coach
618 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Paul Ronty, C
619 - seventieslord & vancityluongo - Regina Pats - Goldie Prodgers, D/RW
620 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Darius Kasparaitis, D
621 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Charlie Burns, C
622 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Joe Watson, D
623 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Vladamir Zabrodsky, C
624 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Randy Gregg, D
625 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
626 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - George Owen, D
627 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Eddie Oatman, RW
628 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Camille Henry, LW
629 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Bobby Rowe D/RW
630 - chaosrevolver & Boootthh - Team Soviet Union - Erich Kühnhackl, C
631 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Mike Keenan, coach
632 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Paul McLean, RW
633 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Allan Davidson, RW
634 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Andy Moog, G
635 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - - Marty Walsh, C
636 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Kevin Hatcher, D
637 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Gerry McNeil, G
638 - DoMakc & JohnFlyersFan - Kilkenny Bustards - Hakan Loob, RW
639 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Robyn Regehr, D
640 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Yuri Liapkin, D
641 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Behn Wilson, D
642 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles- Bouse Hutton, G
643 - Leopold Stotch - Boston Braves - Dave Langevin, D
644 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Mel Bridgman, LW

Round 24

645 - arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Shane Doan, LW/RW
646 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Reggie Fleming, LW/D
647 - papershoes - Kenora Thistles - John Muckler, coach
648 - shawnmullin & pappyline - Trail Smoke Eaters - Claude Ruel, coach
649 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Billy Reay, C
650 - ChampagneWishes - Killarney Country Bear Jamboree - Johnny Gagnon, RW
651 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Don Awrey, D
652 - Jungosi - Wacken Warriors - Alexander Almetov, C
653 - Zamboni Mania - Colorado Avalanche - Wilf Paiement, RW
654 - spitfire11 - Detroit Red Wings - Percy Lesueur, G
655 - VanIslander & Hockey Outsider - Thunder Bay Twins - Billy Reay, coach
656 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Frank Boucher, coach
657 - Nalyd Psycho - Minnesota Fighting Saints - Jaroslav Pitner, coach
658 - AlanHoff & Evil Sather - Dauphin Kings - Tomas Sandstrom, RW
659 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Taffy Abel, D
660 - Mr. Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Pierre Mondou, C
661 - nik jr. - lada togliatti - Phil Russell, D
662 - ToskaLOL - Glace Bay Miners - Rudy Pilous, coach
663 - GodBlessCanada & raleh - New Westminster Bruins - Pekka Rautakallio , D
664 - Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
665 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Ernie Russell C/D/RW
666 - Reds4Life- Trinec Steelers - Jaroslav Holik, C
667 - Kyle McMahon - Hampton Roads Admirals - Billy Boucher, RW
668 - Evil Speaker & Sturminator - Boston Bruins - Gilles Marotte, D
669 - Wisent - Anyang Halla - Lou Trudel, LW
670 - EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Riley Hern, G
671 - pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Harry Oliver, RW
672 - CanadiensFan - Montreal Canadiens - Marc Tardif, LW

From the MLD11:

1 1 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Viktor Konovalenko, G
1 2 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Tom Barrasso, G
1 3 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Real Cloutier, RW
1 4 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Lynn Patrick, LW
1 5 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Bill Ranford, G
1 6 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Clint Smith, LW/C
1 7 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Ron Hextall, G
1 8 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Kirk McLean, G
1 9 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Bronco Horvath, C
1 10 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Olaf Kolzig, G
1 11 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Valeri Kamensky, LW
1 12 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Mike Karakas, G
1 13 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Mickey Redmond, RW
1 14 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Dan Bain, C

2 15 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Ray Ferraro, C
2 16 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Jean-Sebastien Giguere, G
2 17 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Lorne Carr, LW
2 18 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Brian Engblom, D
2 19 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Stephane Richer, RW/LW
2 20 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Bob Dailey, D
2 21 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Hobey Baker, D/C
2 22 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Corb Denneny, RW
2 23 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Andre "Moose" Dupont, D
2 24 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Josef Malecek, C
2 25 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Dave Babych, D
2 26 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Andre Lacroix, C
2 27 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - George McNamara, D
2 28 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Tom Lysiak, C

3 29 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Dickie Boon, D
3 30 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Miika Kiprusoff, G
3 31 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Mike Rogers, C
3 32 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Smokey Harris, LW
3 33 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Hy Buller, D
3 34 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Bill Goldsworthy, RW
3 35 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Harry Smith, C/LW
3 36 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Brad Richards, C
3 37 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Joe Jerwa, D
3 38 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Herb Cain, LW
3 39 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Jamie Macoun, D
3 40 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Dion Phaneuf, D
3 41 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Moose Goheen, D
3 42 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Steve Vickers, RW

4 43 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Gerard Gallant, LW
4 44 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Oldrich Machač, D
4 45 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Rod Seiling, D
4 46 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Jamie Langenbrunner, RW/C
4 47 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Tony Amonte, RW
4 48 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Steve Payne, LW
4 49 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Rick Nash, LW
4 50 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Dan Boyle, D
4 51 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Adam Deadmarsh, RW/LW
4 52 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Billy Gilmour, F
4 53 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Billy Coutu, D
4 54 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Paul Shmyr, D
4 55 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Alexei Yashin, C
4 56 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Jimmy Gardner, LW

5 57 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Boris Mayorov, RW/LW
5 58 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Phat Wilson, D
5 59 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Blaine Stoughton, RW
5 60 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Billy Taylor, C
5 61 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Dennis Maruk, C/LW
5 62 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Craig Janney, C
5 63 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Dave Manson, D
5 64 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Bobby Carpenter, C
5 65 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Ryan Getzlaf, C
5 66 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Barry Pederson, C
5 67 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Glen Wesley, D
5 68 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Pierre Larouche, C
5 69 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Bill Thoms, C
5 70 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Zinetula Bilyaletdinov, D

6 71 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Vasili Pervukhin, D
6 72 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Marc Savard, C
6 73 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Alexei Zhamnov, C
6 74 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - John Ogrodnick, RW/LW
6 75 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Slava Bykov, C
6 76 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Geoff Courtnall, LW
6 77 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Kenny Jonsson, D
6 78 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Anton Stastny, LW
6 79 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Ryan Smyth, LW
6 80 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Dennis Hextall, LW
6 81 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Don Edwards, G
6 82 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Rick Ley, D
6 83 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Gus Bodnar, C
6 84 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Yuri Fedorov, D

7 85 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Allan Cameron, D
7 86 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Marian Gaborik, RW
7 87 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Serge Bernier, RW
7 88 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Yevgeny Babich, RW
7 89 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Pud Glass, RW
7 90 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Wade Redden, D
7 91 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Brian Rolston, F
7 92 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Vladimir Vikulov, RW
7 93 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Doug Bodger, D
7 94 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Andrei Khomutov, RW
7 95 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Wayne Merrick, C
7 96 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Doc Romnes, C
7 97 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Dubbie Kerr, LW
7 98 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Clem Loughlin, D

8 99 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Carson Cooper, RW
8 100 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Barry Ashbee, D
8 101 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Joe Lamb, RW
8 102 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Robert Svehla, D
8 103 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Ed Jovanovski, D
8 104 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Dave Christian, RW
8 105 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Normand Rochefort, D
8 106 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Rick Green, D
8 107 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Ron Stackhouse, D
8 108 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Mattias Ohlund, D
8 109 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Gord Fraser, D
8 110 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Robbie Ftorek, C/LW
8 111 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Rabbit McVeigh, C/LW
8 112 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Brian Skrudland, C

9 113 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Rick Kehoe, RW/LW
10 114 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Dmitri Yushkevich, D
9 115 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Marty McSorley, D/RW
10 116 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Alex Tanguay, LW
9 117 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Bobby Guindon, LW
10 118 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Rich Preston, RW
9 119 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Mush March, RW
10 120 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Mike Ricci, C
9 121 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Fred Whitcroft, F
10 122 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Udo Kiessling, D
9 123 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Cully Wilson, RW
10 124 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Dunc Munro, D
9 125 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Dave Gagner, C
10 126 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Pavol Demitra, C
9 127 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Sergei Kapustin, LW
10 128 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Paul Haynes, C
9 129 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Nikolai Khabibulin, G
10 130 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Alex Shibicky, LW
9 131 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Mike Richards, C
10 132 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Dick Redmond, D
9 133 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Rejean Houle, RW
10 134 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Lindy Ruff, Coach
9 135 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Bob MacMillan, F
10 136 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Darryl, Sydor, D
9 137 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Red Hamill, LW
10 138 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Cecil Blachford, F
9 139 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Tom Paton, G
10 140 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Jack Campbell, D

11 141 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Cliff Koroll, RW
12 142 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Leo Labine, RW
11 143 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Kjell Samuelsson, D
12 144 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - John Van Boxmeer, D
11 145 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Samuel Pahlsson, C
12 146 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Alex Levinsky, D
11 147 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Garry Galley, D
12 148 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Dave Schultz, LW
11 149 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Jeff Beukeboom, D
12 150 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Tony Mckegney, LW
11 151 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Syl Apps Jr., C
12 152 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Jeff Brown, D
11 153 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Tom Hooper, F
12 154 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Lee Fogolin Jr., D
11 155 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Andrei Markov, D
12 156 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Andrei Pronovost, LW
11 157 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Hamby Shore, D
12 158 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Simon Gagne, LW
11 159 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Fredrik Olausson, D
12 160 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Bruce MacGregor, C
11 161 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Baldy Cotton, LW
12 162 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Bryan McCabe, D
11 163 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Morris Lukowich, LW
12 164 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Gordie Roberts, D
11 165 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Thomas Vanek, LW
12 166 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Roman Hamrlik, D
11 167 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Jack Findlay, F
12 168 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Viktor Zhluktov, C

13 169 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Haviland Routh, RW
14 170 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Lee Fogolin Sr., D
13 171 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Ulf Dahlen, RW/LW
14 172 seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Josef Golonka, C
13 173 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Ron Grahame, G
14 174 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Joe Daley, G
13 175 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Alf Skinner, RW
14 176 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Bob Rouse, D
13 177 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Alex Smith, D
14 178 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Curt Fraser, LW
13 179 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Konstantin Loktev, RW
14 180 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Cal Gardner, C
13 181 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Don Metz, RW
14 182 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Marian Stastny, RW
13 183 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Dave Ellett, D
14 184 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Anders Kallur, RW
13 185 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Jason Smith, D
14 186 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Martin Gelinas, LW
13 187 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Nikolai Drozdetsky, RW
14 188 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Todd Bertuzzi, LW/RW
13 189 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Mario Marois, D
14 190 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Scott Mellanby, RW
13 191 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Steve Sullivan, C
14 192 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Bryan Campbell, D
13 193 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - George Gee, C
14 194 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Don Lever, LW
13 195 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Clarence McKerrow, C
14 196 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Lorne Henning, LW

15 197 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Saku Koivu, C
16 198 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Howard McNamara, D
15 199 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Claude Larose, RW
16 200 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Dolly Swift, F
15 201 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Sylvain Lefebvre, D
16 202 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Bobby Gould, RW
15 203 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Miroslav Dvorak, D
16 204 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Alexei Gusarov, D
15 205 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Cully Dahlstrom, C
16 206 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Jay Pandolfo, LW
15 207 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Ron Sutter, C
16 208 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Keith Crowder, RW
15 209 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Steve Konowalchuk, LW
16 210 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Keith Acton, C
15 211 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Sheldon Souray, D
16 212 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Bob Probert, LW
15 213 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Normie Himes, C
16 214 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Eddie Gerard, Coach
15 215 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Jan Starsi, Coach
16 216 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Kelly Kisio, C
15 217 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Larry Hillman, D
16 218 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Bob Gracie, C
15 219 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Al Hamilton, D
16 220 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Bill Dineen, Coach
15 221 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Patrick Marleau, C
16 222 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Darcy Tucker, C/LW
15 223 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Don Grosso, C/LW
16 224 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Laurie Boschman, LW/C

17 225 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Vladimir Myshkin, G
18 226 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Tom Johnson, Coach
17 227 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Bob Hartley, Coach
18 228 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Don Sweeney, D
17 229 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Ron Plumb, D
18 230 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Terry Ruskowski, C
17 231 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Billy McGimsie, C
18 232 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Al Arbour, D
17 233 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Sergei Nemchinov, C/LW
18 234 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Bred Hedican, D
17 235 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Leroy Goldsworthy, RW
18 236 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Fred Scanlan, LW
17 237 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Rob Niedermayer, C
18 238 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Chris Phillips, D
17 239 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Dave Maloney, D
18 240 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Viktor Tikhonov, Coach
17 241 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Dwight McMillan, Coach
18 242 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Bill Flett, RW
17 243 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Scott Gomez, C
18 244 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Marc Crawford, Coach
17 245 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Jim Henry, G
18 246 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Jimmy Ward, RW
17 247 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Alf Smith, Coach
18 248 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Greg Gilbert, LW
17 249 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Dave Trottier, LW
18 250 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Peter Zezel, C
17 251 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Pete Peeters, G
18 252 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Sergei Babinov, D

19 253 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Allan Shields, D
20 254 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Butch Keeling, LW
19 255 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Fr. David Bauer, Coach
20 256 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Al MacAdam, RW
19 257 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Wayne Babych, RW
20 258 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Bert Lindsay, G
19 259 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Don Raleigh, C
20 260 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Warren Godfrey, D
19 261 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Doug Brown, RW
20 262 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Dave Lewis, D
19 263 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Sylvain Cote, D
20 264 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Roland Melanson, G
19 265 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Tony Granato, RW/LW
20 266 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Randy McKay, RW
19 267 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Henrik Lundqvist, G
20 268 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Pat Flatley, RW
19 269 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Wilf Cude, G
20 270 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Fred Lake, D
19 271 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Ladislav Trojak, RW
20 272 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Bohuslav Stastny, LW
19 273 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Andy Blair, C
20 274 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Johnny Mowers, G
19 275 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Marty Howe, D/RW
20 276 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Jim Dorey, D
19 277 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Jack Ruttan, D
20 278 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Eddie Wiseman, RW
19 279 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Willie Huber, D
20 280 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Paul Holmgren, RW

21 281 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Murph Chamberlain, LW
22 282 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Ernie MacLean, Coach
21 283 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Mike Palmateer, G
22 284 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Doug Crossman, D
21 285 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Chris Bordeleau, C
22 286 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Barry Long, D
21 287 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Bill Fairbairn, RW
22 288 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Jimmy Skinner, Coach
21 289 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Pelle Eklund, C
22 290 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Arturs Irbe, G
21 291 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Walter Smaill, LW/D
22 292 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Slim Halderson, D/RW
21 293 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Peter Laviolette, Coach
22 294 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Jim Morrison, D
21 295 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Sean Burke, G
22 296 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Nikolai Makarov, D
21 297 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Greg Adams, LW
22 298 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Randy Carlyle, Coach
21 299 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Johan Franzen, C
22 300 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Doug Young, D
21 301 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Jason Allison, C
22 302 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Eddie Johnston, G
21 303 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Stan Jonathan, LW
22 304 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Gary Doak, D
21 305 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Harry E. Watson, LW
22 306 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - James Stewart, D
21 307 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Frank Patrick, Coach
22 308 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Bruce Ridpath, RW

23 309 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Frank Rankin, F
24 310 EagleBelfour & VanIslander - Jokerit Helsinki - Skene Ronan, C/D
23 311 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Shorty Green, C
24 312 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Cam Ward, G
23 313 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Gregg Sheppard, C/LW
24 314 Johnny Engine - Flatrock Three-Wheelers - Grant Warwick, RW
23 315 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Kelly Miller, LW
24 316 Zamboni Mania - Laval Titan - Mike Ridley, C
23 317 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Darren McCarty, RW
24 318 TheDevilMadeMe - Trenton Devils - Felix Potvin, G
23 319 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Herb Cernegie, C
24 320 God Bless Canada - Weyburn Red Wings - Jay Bouwmeester, D
23 321 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Gaetan Duchesne, LW
24 322 Rzeznik - Amherst Ramblers - Pat Quinn, D
23 323 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Mike Walton, C
24 324 TheOneAndOnly & Chigurh - Kitchener Schmidts - Craig Conroy, C
23 325 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Fred "Steamer" Maxwell, D
24 326 Seventieslord - Regina Capitals - Art Farrell, RW
23 327 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Mud Bruneteau, RW
24 328 Nalyd Psycho - Mighty Moose Of Manitoba - Mike Green, D
23 329 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Mike Krushelnyski, C/LW
24 330 Dreakmur & Leafs Forever - North Pole Dancers - Wally Hergesheimer, RW
23 331 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Bobby Kromm, Coach
24 332 papershoes & kruezer - Toronto Morningstars - Peter Sullivan, C
23 333 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Oliver Seibert, C
24 334 the can opener - Winnipeg Jets - Steve Chiasson, D
23 335 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Pavel Kubina, D
24 336 chaosrevolver - Belleville Bulls - Lasse Oksanen, RW


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- Really interested in trying out this new playoff system.

- Although 8 teams makes for a nice and simple playoff, I feel that being able to "lure" in only 8 teams as opposed to 9 last time, represents a bit of a step back

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There will be no regular season ranking because it'll be like pre-NHL split league champions in a Challenger Series format playoffs.

Instead, each GM is to submit their ranking of the top three teams (rank them first, second, third) in each of the following twelve categories. No overall ranking. It's very likely that every team will be ranked top-3 in some category or other.

The 12 categories to vote on:

I. Top scoring line (likely a 1st or 2nd line)
II. Top two-way line (likely a 2nd or 3rd line)
III. Top defensive line (likely a 3rd or 4th line)
IV. Top starting 5 (lw-c-rw-d-d when puck drops to begin game)
V. Top defensemen duo pairing
VI. Top Top-4 core defense
VII. Top blueline overall (all 7 dmen together)
VIII. Top goaltending (starter or tandem)
IX. Top powerplay (two 5-men units, coaching)
X. Top penalty kill (two 4-men units, goaltending, coaching)
XI. Top team chemistry (consideration of how skaters gell, how coaching "fits" with team style, etc)
XII. Top fighter (whether extra skater enforcer or in starting line-up)

Note: You can include your own team in up to three (3) maximum of the twelve (12) category rankings.

And, of course, we will vote on MVP and call-up player list. Submit a list of the top-10 draft picks in terms of their value in an all-time context. Which players ought to have been drafted in the ATD or MLD but wheren't? In addition to the top-10 list of picks other than yours, include a list of your own best three picks.

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The draft begins... NOW

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I posted these guys 3 minutes ago. Then I got worried because no one else did. Switched the setting to the eastern time zone and it showed my picks were made at 8:00. So I deleted them... in case any of you noticed that, that's why.

Anyone know why that is?


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Halifax selects the two-time NHL all-star ('81, '83) who is second all-time in points among Blackhawks defenseman with 514 points in 1,008 games played. He is the first blueliner in franchise history to play in over a 100 NHL playoff games, five times going to the conference finals over his fifteen seasons in Chicago.



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Halifax also selects an all-time great at what he does, in terms of talent, peak, career and championship experience, one of the great support players and a significant part in the history of hockey: two-way talented, tough, hardworking, fast, feisty, ferocious, competitive, clutch, forechecking, leader, team-first, successful on a top line or checking line, deserving of the main draft as a quality depth pick in an all-time context.

Bob "Hound Dog" Kelly



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one of the toughest and the most tenacious... True to his nickname, Kelly bounded across the ice like an unleashed bloodhound, throwing his body around with abandon. A consummate team player, Kelly did whatever it took to win. He'd be the first in line to fight to defend a teammate.
He'd sacrifice offense for defense. He'd chip in timely goals.

Off the ice, Kelly's good-natured sense of humor and outgoing personality made him a favorite of teammates, fans, and reporters alike.
A consummate team player, Kelly was a sparkplug in the Flyers Stanley Cup engine.
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362 points in 837 NHL games with 1454 PIM and 23 GWGs (23 points, 172 PIM in 101 playoff games)
4-time Stanley Cup finalist, 2-time champion

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The ‘Houndog’ brought plenty of bite to his game as one of the Broad Street Bullies, but Bob James Kelly could also hurt the opposition in plenty of other ways, too....

“The kid has lots of polish and is definitely hard to ignore,” praised the ex-Flyers coach, of the rugged rookie, who appeared in 76 games in 1970-71. “He can also add some offensive punch to our lineup.”

In his first year at the pro level, Kelly, when he wasn’t bowling over opponents or dropping the gloves, provided 14 goals and 18 assists, making him a valuable asset at both ends of the ice.

He duplicated that goal total in his sophomore campaign, reaching the double-digit mark in tallies in three of his first four NHL seasons. And as Kelly became more comfortable in his contributions, he began to elevate the physical side to his game, part of an intimidating group that would eventually earn the well-deserved ‘Broad Street Bullies’ moniker.

Aside from his hard-hitting ways, Kelly was a plus player in the truest sense, sporting a positive plus/minus rating in his first 10 NHL seasons, including a stellar plus+21 in 1974-75.

Kelly was also a major player in Philadelphia’s back-to-back Stanley Cup wins in 1974 and 1975, crashing and bashing rivals with a steady diet of bone-crushing body checks. In 1975, he netted three goals and added three assists in 16 playoff games.

On a team that featured mobility and muscle,... Kelly fit in perfectly.

In his final year in orange and black, 1979-80, Kelly had 15 goals and 20 assists, accompanied by 122 penalty minutes and a plus-19 rating, typical statistics for a player that relied on grit and guts to get the job done on a nightly basis.

In the summer of 1980, Kelly was traded to the Washington Capitals.. ‘Hound dog’ responded to the trade in fine fashion, scoring a career-best 26 goals along with 36 helpers. Although the Caps didn’t make the post-season, there was no ignoring the forward’s fine play during the regular schedule.

Overall, Kelly played in 837 NHL contests, recording 154 goals and 362 points. He was also a veteran of 101 playoff games, netting nine goals and 23 points overall.

It was truly a remarkable career for a player who went full-out every shift he took, never giving an inch to anyone regardless of their size or reputation.
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...a solid offensive player at the junior level (21 goals and 44 points in 54 games as an Oshawa Generals rookie... it was already clear that his physical play, more than his goal scoring, would be Kelly's calling card.

Kelly was not only a fearsome forechecker, he also knew what to do when he dropped the gloves. He quickly gained the reputation as one of the toughest...
In Kelly's second OHA season, he averaged close to a point-per game (21 goals and 53 points in 54 games) to go along with his 117 penalty minutes.

"My first three NHL games were an unbelievable test for me and the whole team. Right away, I'm out there playing against teams like Montreal and Boston," says Kelly today. "I nearly froze up on my first shift. I'm out on the ice and there's guys like Henri Richard and [Jean] Beliveau."

Kelly soon overcame his nerves. During much of his rookie and second season, he played left wing on Clarke's line. Both years, Kelly tallied 14 goals. In his second season, he added 157 penalty minutes to the mix.
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"My role changed under Freddie (Shero)," says Kelly today. "We had guys like Billy Barber and Ross Lonsberry who could play on the scoring lines, so Freddie used me to give the guys energy."

Shero did not view taking Kelly off of Clarke's line as a demotion, even if it meant less ice time for the player. Rather, he said that forechecking and fighting were areas where Kelly could stand out.

"If Bob Kelly scores twenty goals, I'm not using him properly," said the Fog (coach Fred Shero) in 1973. "He's got something that's hard to come by. No coach in the world can make a guy do what Kelly does. It's not in his contract. It comes from within him."

Every player from new team captain Bobby Clarke on down had the utmost respect for Kelly's value to the club.

"Anyone who says Kelly doesn't belong in the NHL has no idea what goes into winning hockey games," said Clarke in the mid-1970s. "Show me a team that wouldn't take Kelly in a heartbeat and I'll show you a team that doesn't want to be a winner."

While Dave "The Hammer" Schultz was the Flyers' best known and most frequent pugilist, Kelly was arguably the toughest. "He always gets in three or four punches before the other guy realizes he's in a fight," marveled Clarke. "He throws punches faster than anyone in the league."

Even the Hammer himself concurred. "In terms of pure toughness, Kelly was first on the Flyers and I was second," Schultz told prolific hockey writer Stan Fischler. "With all due respect, Kelly became the heavyweight champion of the Flyers."

Statistically, Kelly had the worst season of his career in 1973-74. In 65 games, he scored just four goals and 14 points in fairly limited ice time and went pointless in the playoffs. His penalty totals dropped from 238 minutes to 130. But, as always, stats revealed little about his value to the team. For example, one night during the 1973-74 season, the Rangers jumped out to a 3-0 lead at the Spectrum. Shero's Flyers needed every bit of energy Kelly could provide them. The Hound toppled Rangers left and right, whipped Ron Harris in a fight, and assisted on two goals, helping the team rally all the way back to earn a tie.

Kelly's battles with the Rangers continued in the playoffs. After the Flyers dispatched the Atlanta Flames in the first round, they embarked on a seven game war with the Blueshirts. Kelly was a thorn in the Rangers' side throughout the first two games. Shero sent Kelly to "hound" Harris and drive New York to distraction with his forechecking. Rangers coach Emile Francis countered by switching Harris to another line and replacing him with rookie Jerry Butler. Kelly promptly pounded Butler. The Flyers took the first two games of the series at home.

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One of Shero's offbeat practice drills was to have his players take the puck behind the net, swing out quickly in front and try to score. The winner received a $5 prize. Little did anyone know that the drill would pay huge dividends. With the Flyers leading the Buffalo Sabres 3 games to 2 in the Stanley Cup Finals, they entered the third period of Game 6 in a scoreless deadlock. In the opening minute of the third period, Shero sicked the Hound on the Sabres. Kelly pounced on huge Sabres defenseman Jerry Korab behind the Buffalo net, jarring the puck free. He then swooped out in front of the net and beat Sabres' goalie Roger Crozier for his 3rd goal of the playoffs and the biggest goal of his career. Kelly was mobbed by his teammates. As he got back to the bench, he looked at Shero and said, "Freddie, that's five bucks you owe me." Kelly's tally was all Philly would need. A Bill Clement insurance marker gave the Flyers a 2-0 win behind Bernie Parent's shutout goaltending. The Flyers were once again the Stanley Cup champions. Today, Kelly says that he considers the second Cup "a little bit sweeter" than the first, because he was such a key contributor.


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January 11th, 1976, Kelly manhandles the Red Army in the Flyers 4-1 win

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Kelly enjoyed two his best seasons in 1976-77 and 1977-78. The first year, he received increased ice time and, for the first time, cracked the 20-goal barrier to go along with his 125 penalty minutes. The next, he scored 19 and was a playoff warrior, with three goals, eight points and uncounted big hits in 12 games. In particular, Kelly gave the Toronto Maple Leafs fits.

...the Flyers new head coach... Quinn's first moves was to experiment with a new line combination. He put Kelly on the left wing of a line with tough center Mel Bridgman... providing both energy and supporting offense... With Kelly, as usual, working tirelessly in the corners and creating extra room for teammates, Bridgman went on to score 24 goals and 59 points in addition to his 184 penalty minutes "Bob Kelly is one guy I never have to worry about," said Pat Quinn shortly before the 1979-80 season. "He comes to play every night and he's a leader both on and off the ice."

The 1979-80 season would be Kelly's last as a Flyer. He made it count. Now playing a veteran leadership role, Kelly dressed in 75 regular season games and 19 playoff contests. Although assigned primarily to checking duties, Kelly scored 15 goals. He also still knew how to lift the club's spirits with a well-timed fight or body check (122 penalty minutes). Kelly was right in the thick of the action as the Flyers set a North American professional sports record by going undefeated in 35 consecutive games. They ultimately lost in a heartbreaking six game Stanley Cup Final against the New York Islanders, who went on to win four consecutive Cups.

The Flyers traded Kelly to the lowly Washington Capitals... Knowing only how to play full speed ahead, the Hound put up his highest penalty totals since 1972-73 (157 penalty minutes). He also had to take on an increased offensive burden and responded with his best statistical season in the NHL – 26 goals and 62 points.

Kelly retired with 837 regular season games and 101 playoff tilts to his credit. He notched 154 regular season goals and 1,454 penalty minutes without having played a single game in the minor leagues.
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"The Hound" was an instant hit with the Flyers fans and his teammates. Kelly soon became one of the team's resident pranksters – and was himself often the victim of practical jokes.

It was, in fact, a rookie Kelly who was the subject of one of the most elaborate practical jokes in Flyers' annals: the snipe hunt. The tale is still often retold by Kelly's old teammates and has been recounted in numerous hockey books.

For over a month, the veterans on the team told Kelly stories about all the fun they'd have snipe hunting. Then they claimed that rookies weren't allowed to participate.

"What's a snipe?" asked Kelly.

"They're sort of like pigeons," answered Flyers' veteran defenseman Ed Van Impe.

"Can you eat them?"

"Only the breasts. My wife cooks them in a wine sauce and are they ever delicious!" said Van Impe.

Kelly begged to come along. Van Impe said he'd consider making an exception to the no-rookies "rule."

Over the next few days, Kelly's teammates instructed him in the art of snipe hunting. Goalie Doug Favell had him practice "snipe calls" while enforcer Earl Heiskala told him that the way to hunt snipes is to beat the bushes with long poles and when the snipes fly, to shine a flashlight on them. The birds would get panicked and confused, giving the hunters a chance to catch them in fishing nets.

Of course, it was all a joke to initiate Kelly into the NHL fraternity. Van Impe arranged with friends in the Delaware County police department to come arrest Kelly for "hunting snipe without a license in a snipe preserve." They even arranged for a stern justice of the peace to scare Kelly into thinking he was going to jail. Finally, his teammates materialized in the courtroom and let him off the hook.

After the initial shock subsided, Kelly responded with his usual good humor.


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With their 1st and 2nd Picks in the 11th AAA Draft, the Cumberland County Cool Blues are pleased to select, first, from Mississauga, Ontario, center...

Jason Spezza

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In his first full season with the club, Spezza recorded 55 points (22-33-55). The following year Spezza returned to the AHL due to the NHL lock out and simply dominated. He recorded a staggering 23 goals and 85 assists (second highest assist total in AHL history) for 117 points. When the NHL returned to action, the Spezza-Heatley-Alfredsson line led the club's offensive output all season long. During the subsequent playoffs, Spezza and the Sens captured the Eastern Conference championship after defeating the Presidents' Trophy winning Buffalo Sabres.

Over the summer of 2007, Senators owner Eugene Melnyk dramatically changed the club's management by firing General Manager John Muckler. He was quickly replaced by Bryan Murray who in turn promoted assistant coach John Paddock to head coach. Murray promtly signed Spezza to a seven-year $49 million contract extension with the Sens, and went on to lead the club in points with 92 and match a career best 34 goals. However, the Senators struggled through January and February and were ousted in the first round of the playoffs by the Pittsburgh Penguins.
..And second, from Chicago, Illinois, defenseman...

Mike O'Connell

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Defenceman Mike O'Connell was an excellent skater with a host of offensive gifts. He was key performer on the power play and helped his team's transition game without neglecting his defensive responsibilities.
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An undersized and under-rated defenseman, Chicago born, Massachusetts raised Mike O'Connell was a great skating standout at both ends of the ice... Although he played behind Ray Bourque and Brad Park, O'Connell, who often teammed with xxxx xxxxxxx, emerged as an offensive force. For the next five seasons he was a fixture on the power play, and grew into an all star performer. Not only did he play in the 1984 all star game, but he scored 18 goals and 60 points.

A good modern day comparable for O'Connell would be Brian Rafalski. Not only are they similar sized defensemen, but both were strong offensive contributors thanks to their skating, passing and offensive reads and pinches. O'Connell relied on his heavy shot perhaps more than Rafalski, but both were really crafty. Both were also solid defensive players, relying strong positioning and angling, rarely getting beat one on one. O'Connell was a noted shot blocker who was relied on to rush the puck out of the defensive zone.

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Michigan drafts two NHL playoff scorers in right wing Scott Young and center Cliff Ronning. Young is a "quick skater who developed into an excellent forechecker with a hard, accurate shot" and Ronning had a "flashy style, mobility, and scoring touch".



Scott Young
87 playoff points in 141 playoff games, winning Stanley in Pitssburgh and Colorado
342 goals, 756 points in 1181 games



Cliff Ronning
86 playoff points in 126 playoff games
306 goals, 869 points in 1137 games

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RW Viktor Shalimov

Shalimov represented the Soviet Union between 1972 and 1982 126 times in the national team and potted 66 goals. With the 66 goals, he is the 2nd best Soviet goalscorer available - and when looking at it in the proper context, meaning who he played against, Shalimov is by a wide margin the best Soviet goalscorer available.

He was three times a top 5 scorer in the Soviet league (1st, 3rd, 4th). Comparable, already selected players: linemate Kapustin (2nd, 4th) or from previous era (late 50's, early 60's) Loktev (2nd, 4th, 5th). All the players with better records have already been selected, unless they played in the 50's or 60's, when the competition level was a huge question mark.

Shalimov was also twice (3rd, 4th) in top 5 in the Soviet MVP voting. Kapustin was once (3rd). During Shalimov's career, basically every year's top 5 consisted of Maltsev, Kharlamov, Yakushev, Tretiak, Mikhailov, Balderis, Petrov, Vasiliev and lated Makarov - all of who are unarguably ATD worthy picks. So having 2 top 5 finishes during the time span is impressive. Actually, apart from the aforementioned names, Shalimov was the only player to have 2 top 5 finishes in the MVP voting from 1972 until 1982 (the time frame of his national team career).

- 2 x Soviet league all-star (1976, 1982)
- Soviet league points leader (1976)
- Best forward at the World Championships (1982)
- Leading goalscorer at the WCH (1975, 1982)
- Points leader at WCH (1975)

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Regina starts by selecting who we feel are the two best offensive players in the draft:

RW Jack McDonald
C/LW Don Smith


McDonald and Smith will give us the basis of two solid scoring lines. Both are among the four best goalscorers left, and both were better playmakers than most comparable goalscorers.

Bios and stats to follow.

I have this written up the night before. I plan on just waking up, hitting submit, and turning the screen back off. Once I get in to work I will check the thread again. In other words, if one of these guys was taken before I got here, I'll figure that out soon enough.

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You beat me to Shalimov by two minutes.



Of the nine Soviet forwards drafted in MLD11 only Kamensky and Vikulov would I consider clearly better than him (Zhluktov at the same level).

He is the one Soviet player available for this draft that could arguably play on a main ATD team, without any real question marks due to the fact that he excelled during the post Summit Series era, when there was no doubt as to the worldclass level of play of the Russians.

He only scored 3 goals against Canada in international competition in a mere 9 games against Canada. But he scored some key goals among the 12 he notched in 35 international contests against Czechoslovakia. His tourney-leading perfomances in the 1975 and 1982 World Championships bookend a solid career in the Soviet league.


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