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All-Time Draft #12, Part IV

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All-Time Draft #12, Part IV

1). The draft will last 30 rounds. You must draft 2 goalies, 6 defensemen, 12 forwards, a coach and 3 extra picks. In addition, since there will be no MLD12 (as ATD13 will begin in January) each team is to draft six minor leaguers (three forwards, two dmen, a goalie), guys to simply indicate depth in the organization or to be call-ups if desired in a playoff series. For each player called up, one must be sent down (simply indicate on the playoff thread). Your roster thread post should clearly indicate the call-up squad as apart from the main team.

2). The time windows will be tight but reasonable.

12 hour clock for the first two rounds
then 10 hour clock for rounds 3-8,
then 8 hour clock for rounds 9-14,
then 6 hour clock for rounds 15-20,
then 4 hour clock for rounds 21-30 (rounds 25-30 are double picks, so will be 3 rounds)

One hour time window deduction for each skipped pick with a minimum one- hour clock guaranteed regardless of deductions.

3). Trading is by the THREE TRADES, THREE OBJECTOR RULE. Each team may make a maximum of three trades and any trade which is objected to by at least three teams' GMs will not be accepted, will need to be re-worked or dropped. There will be a 24-hour period to object to a trade, and accordingly, NO TRADING OF PICKS THAT ARE ON THE CLOCK.

4). Regular season rankings MUST BE VOTED ON by at least one GM (if the team is co-GM'd) per team. The penalty if not done is a lowering in the standings because we would also be ranking our own teams in our own divisions (e.g., most teams will rank their own team 1st in their own division; if a team doesn't vote they loose out on a 1st place vote opportunity and hence their team's ranking will be lower than it could have been).

5). In addition to submitting rankings of teams in every division (as per usual), each team is to submit their vote on the following twelve categories concerning the teams in the other division of the same conference. To be clear, regarding the categories: Everyone votes on the following categories for those in the OTHER division of one's own conference. (Note: The results will be tallied and the best of each division will be finalists in a second round of voting after open debate regarding which of the four divisional finalists in each category is the draft league's best.)

The 12 categories to vote on (rank the top three teams in the division 1st, 2nd, 3rd for each):

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 tandem (sharing regular season workload)
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 call-up squad (the quality and usefulness of the 3 forwards, 2 dmen and 1 goalie on the farm)

So, after votes are tallied, we will have four finalists for each category (the best from each division) and can openly argue thereafter which of them is the best and why, to be followed by another round of voting by all GMs on the four finalists.

6). REGULAR SEASON AND PLAYOFF VOTING TO BE A SET RESPONSIBILITY.

i) VOTING expected of every team, even after being eliminated. In a 32-team draft, there will be 16 teams/8 series starting after the first round, and the 16 just eliminated teams are to vote on the eight series in round two, four series in the divisional finals, two series in the conference finals and the championship final. This is an obligation you take on when joining the all-time draft. (Choosing to have a co-GM makes it easier for a team to meet this obligation.)

ii) Assuming a 32-team draft, all 8 teams per division would play in the opening round (1st vs. 8th, 4th vs. 5th, etc).

iii) The playoffs would last exactly 18 days, as follows:

The first round will last five days (three days discussion, one day voting, one day results).
The second round will last four days (two days discussion, one day voting, one day results).
The third, fourth and fifth rounds will each last three days (18-hour discussion, 24 hour voting, half day results).

The discussion period CAN BE extended IF AND ONLY IF under a revised, extended schedule - as might be discussed following the draft - the playoffs end date to be no later than the first week of December. This draft will not go into the holiday season.

And a few quick reminders:
1) You are REQUIRED to PM the next GM(s) after you pick. If you announce a list pick for a GM, you are still required to PM the next GM.
2) You are expected to send a list to another GM if you don't expect to be around for a while. This draft can move very fast at times. If you're not going to be around for six or eight hours, and you will be picking within the next 10 selections, there is a good chance we will get to your pick within eight hours. This is especially true for weekends and evenings.
3) We do like it when you post extensive information about a player. However, if the next GM, or the next few GMs, are on-line when your pick comes up, announce the pick, and then post the detailed bio afterwards. It's a common courtesy, and it helps keep the draft moving.

GOOD LUCK TO ALL GMs, AND HAVE FUN.


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Time window deduction:

Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - minus 5 hours
MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - minus 1 hour
chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - minus 5 hours
Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - minus 1 hour
pappyline - Toronto Toros - minus 1 hour
Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67s - minus 5 hours
Leafs Forever - minus 1 hour
vancityluongo - minus 2 hours
Reds4Life - minus 1 hour
Transplanted Caper - minus 2 hours
Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - minus 1 hour
Zamboni Mania - minus 1 hour
papershoes - minus 2 hours
Evil Sather - minus 1 hour
Leaf Lander - minus 1 hour
Jungosi - minus 1 hour


Round 1:

1 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Bobby Orr, D
2 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Wayne Gretzky, C
3 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Gordie Howe, RW
4 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Mario Lemieux, C
5 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Doug Harvey, D
6 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Eddie Shore, D
7 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Raymond Bourque, D
8 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Bobby Hull, LW
9 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Jean Beliveau, C
10 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Maurice "Rocket" Richard, RW
11 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Denis Potvin, D
12 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Patrick Roy, G
13 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Leonard "Red" Kelly, D
14 VanIslander - Chicago Blackhawks - Stan Mikita, C
15 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Bryan Trottier, C
16 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Howie Morenz, C
17 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Guy Lafleur, RW
18 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Mark Messier, C
19 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Bobby Clarke, C
20 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Dominik Hasek, G
21 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Ted Lindsay, LW
22 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Niklas Lidstrom, D
23 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - Jacques Plante, G
24 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Larry Robinson, D
25 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Phil Esposito, C
26 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Edouard "Newsy" Lalonde, C
27 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Vyacheslav Fetisov, D
28 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Terry Sawchuk, G
29 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Mike Bossy, RW
30 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Jaromir Jagr, RW
31 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Fred "Cyclone" Taylor, Rover
32 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Brad Park, D

Round 2:

33 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Joe Sakic, C
34 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Glenn Hall, G
35 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Chris Chelios, D
36 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Martin Brodeur, G
37 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Milt Schmidt, C
38 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Syl Apps, C
39 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Pierre Pilote, D
40 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Ken Dryden, G
41 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Steve Yzerman, C
42 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - Paul Coffey, D
43 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Aubrey "Dit" Clapper, D
44 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Bernie "Boom Boom" Geoffrion, RW
45 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Valeri Kharlamov, LW
46 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Tim Horton, D
47 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Scott Stevens, D
48 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Francis "King" Clancy, D
49 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Earl Seibert, D
50 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Sprague Cleghorn, D
51 VanIslander - Chicago Blackhawks - Bill Cook, RW
52 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Dickie Moore, LW
53 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Bill Gadsby, D
54 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Max Bentley, C
55 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Petr Forsberg, C
56 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Al MacInnis, D
57 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Charlie Conacher, RW
58 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Henri Richard, C
59 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Borje Salming, D
60 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Frank Nighbor, C
61 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Clint Benedict, G
62 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Frank Boucher, C
63 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Jari Kurri, RW
64 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils- Serge Savard, D

Round 3:

65 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Joe Malone, C/LW
66 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Rod Langway, D
67 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Vladislav Tretiak, G
68 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Valeri Vasiliev, D
69 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Frank Mahovlich, LW
70 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Chris Pronger, D
71 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Marcel Dionne, C
72 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Ted "Teeder" Kennedy, C
73 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Andy Bathgate, RW
74 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Brian Leetch, D
75 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Elmer Lach, C
76 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Gilbert Perreault, C
77 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Guy Lapointe, D
78 VanIslander - Chicago Blackhawks - Bill Durnan, G
79 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Sergei Makarov, RW
80 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Aurele Joliat, LW
81 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Walter "Turk" Broda, G
82 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Johnny Bower, G
83 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Brett Hull, RW
84 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Mark Howe, D
85 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - "Black" Jack Stewart, D
86 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Dave Keon, C
87 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - Boris Mikhailov, RW
88 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Doug Gilmour, C
89 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Sid Abel, C/LW
90 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Bernie Parent, G
91 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Scott Niedermayer, D
92 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Bill Quackenbush, D
93 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Cy Denneny, LW
94 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Alex Delvecchio, LW/C
95 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Hector "Toe" Blake, LW
96 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Johnny Bucyk, LW

Round 4:

97 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Jacques Laperriere, D
98 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Ebbie Goodfellow, D
99 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Marcel Pronovost, D
100 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Emile "Butch" Bouchard, D
101 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Lionel Conacher, D/LW
102 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Peter Stastny, C
103 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Harvey "Busher" Jackson, LW
104 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - J.C. Tremblay, D
105 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Cam Neely, RW
106 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats- Norm Ullman, C
107 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Frank Brimsek, G
108 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Bill Cowley, C
109 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Sergei Fedorov, C
110 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Adam Oates, C
111 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Eric Lindros, C
112 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Nels Stewart, C
113 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Charlie Gardiner, G
114 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Ron Francis, C
115 VanIslander - Chicago Blackhawks - Eddie Gerard, D/LW
116 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Yvan Cournoyer, RW
117 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Tom Johnson, D
118 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Billy Smith, G
119 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Anatoli Firsov, LW
120 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Fern Flaman, D
121 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - George "Buck" Boucher, D
122 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Carl Brewer, D
123 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Alex Ovechkin, LW
124 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Doug Bentley, LW
125 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Reginald "Hooley" Smith, F
126 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Ivan "Ching" Johnson, D
127 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Jiri Holocek, G
128 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Jarome Iginla, RW

Round 5:

129 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Alexander Maltsev, RW/C
130 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Larry Murphy, D
131 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Zdeno Chara
132 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Ernie "Moose Johnson, D
133 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Albert "Babe" Siebert, D/LW
134 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Igor Larionov, C
135 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Grant Fuhr, G
136 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Harry Howell, D
137 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Allan Stanley, D
138 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Pavel Bure, RW
139 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Alexander Ragulin, D
140 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Bill Barber, LW
141 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Joe Primeau, C
142 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Dale Hawerchuk, C
143 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Brendan Shanahan, LW
144 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Roy Conacher, LW
145 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Sylvio Mantha, D
146 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Red Horner, D
147 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - George Hainsworth, G
148 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Alexei Kasatonov, D
149 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Marty Barry, C
150 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Pat LaFontaine, C
151 seventieslord & jareklajkosz - Regina Pats - Jean Ratelle, C
152 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Kenny Reardon, D
153 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Duncan "Mickey" MacKay, C/RW
154 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Vaclav Nedomansky, RW
155 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Rob Blake, D
156 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Bryan Hextall Sr.
157 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Clark Gillies, LW
158 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Bob Gainey, LW
159 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Doug Wilson, D
160 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - D Harry Cameron

Round 6:

161 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - C/LW Syd Howe
162 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - RW Teemu Selanne
163 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Michel Goulet, LW
164 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Vladimir Konstantinov, D
165 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Hod Stuart, D
166 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Glenn Anderson, RW
167 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Frantisek Pospisil, D
168 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Art Coulter, D
169 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Lorne "Gump" Worsley, G
170 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - Clarence "Hap" Day, D
171 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Luc Robitaille, LW
172 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Lanny McDonald, RW
173 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Sidney Crosby, C
174 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Daniel Alfredsson, RW
175 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Mats Sundin, C
176 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Jacques Lemaire, C
177 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Ed Belfour, G
178 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Tim Kerr, RW
179 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Fred "Bun" Cook, LW
180 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Claude Provost, RW
181 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Harry "Punch" Broadbent, RW
182 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Rick Middleton, RW
183 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Evgeni Malkin, C
184 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Bert Olmstead, LW
185 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Pat Stapleton, D
186 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Didier "Cannonball" Pitre, RW
187 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Denis Savard, C
188 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Vladimir Petrov, C
189 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Jan Suchy, D
190 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Dave "Sweeney" Schriner, LW
191 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Sergei Zubov, D
192 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Woody Dumart, LW

Round 7:

193 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Jimmy Thomson, D
194 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Alexander Yakushev, LW
195 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Steve Shutt, LW
196 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Darryl Sittler, C
197 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Cecil "Babe" Dye, RW
198 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Ilya Kovalchuk, LW
199 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Frank Foyston, F
200 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Bill White, D
201 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Elmer "Moose" Vasko, D
202 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Nikolai Sologubov, D
203 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Gary Roberts, LW
204 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Walter "Babe" Pratt, D
205 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Bob Baun, D
206 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Doug Mohns, D/LW
207 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Brian Propp, LW
208 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Lionel Hitchman, D
209 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Reg Noble, LW/D
210 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - John LeClair, LW
211 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Gary Suter, D
212 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Rod Gilbert, RW
213 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Vladimir Lutchenko, D
214 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Esa Tikkanen, LW
215 seventieslord & jareklajkosz - Regina Pats - Lester Patrick, D
216 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Rick Martin, LW
217 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Leo Boivin, D
218 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Irvine "Ace" Bailey, RW
219 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Adam Foote, D
220 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Art Ross, D
221 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Joe Thornton, C
222 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Herb Gardiner, D
223 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Gus Mortson, D
224 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Sid Smith, LW

Round 8:

225 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Guy Carbonneau, C
226 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Theoren Fleury, RW
227 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Tony Esposito, G
228 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Mike Modano, C
229 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Marvin ''Cy'' Wentworth, D
230 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - John Tonelli, LW
231 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Brad McCrimmon, D
232 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Paul Thompson, LW
233 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Jean-Guy Talbot, D
234 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - Craig Ramsay, LW
235 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Ed Litzenberger, RW/C
236 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Wayne Cashman, LW
237 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Si Griffis, D
238 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Kevin Stevens, LW
239 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Rod Brind'Amour, C/LW
240 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Neil Colville, C/D
241 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Cecil Dillon, RW
242 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Gerry Cheevers, G
243 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Steve Larmer, RW
244 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Frank McGee, C
245 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Joe Nieuwendyk, C
246 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Eric DesJardins, D
247 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Vsevolod Bobrov, LW
248 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Walt Tkaczuk, C
249 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Baldy Northcott, LW
250 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Larry Aurie, RW
251 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Vladimir Martinec, RW
252 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Hap Holmes, G
253 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Tommy Phillips, LW
254 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Mike Gartner, RW
255 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Doug Jarvis, C
256 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Paul Kariya, LW

Round 9:

257 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Bob Goldham, D
258 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Nick Metz, LW/RW
259 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Scotty Bowman, Coach
260 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Vladimir Krutov, LW
261 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Danny Gare, RW
262 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Claude Lemieux, RW
263 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Kevin Lowe, D
264 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Gordie Drillon, RW
265 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Donnie Marshall, C/LW
266 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Tiny Thompson, G
267 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Brian Sutter, LW
268 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Wendel Clark, LW
269 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Bob Pulford, LW
270 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Dean Prentice, LW
271 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Craig Hartsburg, D
272 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Phil Watson, F
273 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Jack Darragh, RW
274 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Wally Stanowski, D
275 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Sergei Gonchar, D
276 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - George Armstrong, RW
277 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Joe Hall, D
278 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Tod Sloan, RW/C
279 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - Dick Duff, LW
280 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Dino Ciccarelli, RW
281 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Jim Neilson, D
282 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Phil Housley, D
283 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Joe Mullen, RW
284 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Bobby Bauer, RW
285 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Ralph Backstrom, C
286 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Rick Tocchet, RW
287 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Jack Walker, LW
288 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Mark Recchi, RW

Round 10:

289 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Georges Vezina, G
290 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Joel Otto, C
291 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Pavel Datsyuk, C
292 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Ott Heller, D
293 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Duke Keats, C
294 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Marty Pavelich, LW
295 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Henrik Zetterberg, C/LW
296 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Bernie Federko, C
297 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Ted Green, D
298 seventieslord & jareklajkosz - Regina Pats - Tony Leswick, RW/LW
299 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Jack Crawford, D
300 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Butch Goring, C
301 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Patrik Elias, LW
302 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Pete Mahovlich, C/LW
303 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Peter Bondra, RW
304 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Joe Simpson, D
305 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Flash Hollett, D
306 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Toe Blake, Coach
307 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Jere Lehtinen, W
308 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Derek Sanderson, C
309 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Pat Verbeek, RW
310 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Randy Carlyle, D
311 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Lennart Svedberg, D
312 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Harry Lumley, G
313 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Joe Klukay, LW
314 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Reggie Leach, RW
315 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Al Arbour, Coach
316 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Jim Schoenfeld, D
317 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Bert Corbeau, D
318 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Frank Frederickson, C
319 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Keith Tkachuk, LW
320 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Ken Hodge, RW

Round 11:

321 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Herbie Lewis, LW
322 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Vyacheslav Starshinov, C
323 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Tom Dunderdale, C
324 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Art Chapman, C
325 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Alf Smith, LW
326 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Vitaly Davydov, D
327 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Dave Andreychuk, LW
328 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Ed Westfall, RW
329 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Bill Mosienko, RW
330 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Charlie Simmer, LW
331 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Clarence "Hap" Day, coach
332 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Glen Sather, coach
333 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Tommy Ivan, coach
334 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Dave Taylor, RW
335 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Harvey Pulford, D
336 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Fleming Mackell, C
337 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Billy Burch, F/D
338 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Punch Imlach, coach
339 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Brent Sutter, C
340 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Mike Ramsey, D
341 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Eddie Giacomin, G
342 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Frank Finnigan, RW
343 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - Bernie Morris, RW
344 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Adam Graves, LW
345 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Odie Cleghorn, RW
346 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Dick Irvin Sr., coach
347 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Rick MacLeish
348 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Bobby Rousseau, RW
349 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Bobby Nystrom, RW
350 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Terry Harper, D
351 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Derian Hatcher, D
352 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Ron Ellis, RW

Round 12:

353 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Craig Ludwig, D
354 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Cooney Weiland, C
355 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Mats Naslund, LW
356 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Ken Morrow, D
357 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Phil Goyette, C
358 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Barclay Plager, D
359 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Don Luce, C
360 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Lester Patrick, coach
361 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Dany Heatley, W
362 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - Frank Patrick, D
363 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Fred Shero, coach
364 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Stefan Persson, D
365 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Bob Bourne, C/LW
366 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Alexander Mogilny, RW
367 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Ken Daneyko, D
368 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Kirk Muller, C/LW
369 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Cecil Hart, coach
370 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Terry O'Reilly, RW
371 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Reed Larson, D
372 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Alec Connell, G
373 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - JP Parise, LW
374 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Martin St. Louis, RW
375 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Vincent Lecavalier, C
376 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Tommy Gorman, coach
377 seventieslord & jareklajkosz - Nanaimo Clippers - Don McKenny, C
378 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Johnny Gottselig, LW
379 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Ulf Samuelsson, D
380 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Bobby Holik, LW/C
381 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Gord Roberts, LW
382 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Lloyd Cook, D
383 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Leo Reise Jr., D
384 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Ken Mosdell, C

Round 13:

385 Detroit Falcons - EagleBelfour - Harry Hyland, RW
386 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Helmut Balderis, RW
387 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Dale Hunter, C
388 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Red Dutton, D
389 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Jimmy Watson, D
390 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Trevor Linden, C/RW
391 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Dave Poulin, C
392 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Mike Peca, C
393 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Fred Stanfield, C/LW
394 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Edward Ivanov, D
395 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Metro Prystai, C
396 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Paul Reinhart, D
397 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Mike Grant, D
398 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Rob Ramage, D
399 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Don Marcotte, LW
400 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Ted Harris, D
401 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Dollard St. Laurent, D
402 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Barry Beck, D
403 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Jeremy Roenick, C
404 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Vladimir Shadrin, F
405 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Craig MacTavish, C
406 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Bill Barilko, D
407 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Blair Russel, RW
408 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Bob Nevin, RW
409 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Bobby Smith, C
410 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Jiri Holik, LW
411 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Eric Nesterenko, RW
412 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Markus Naslund, LW
413 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Rogie Vachon, G
414 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Pit Lepine, C
415 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Ken Wharram, RW
416 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Marian Hossa, RW

Round 14:

417 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Pat Burns, Coach
418 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Edgar Laprade, C
419 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Jerry Toppazzini, RW
420 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Anders Hedberg, RW
421 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - "Badger" Bob Johnson, Coach
422 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Chuck Rayner, G
423 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Hec Kilrea, LW
424 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Carol Vadnais, D
425 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Jack Adams, coach
426 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Roy "Shrimp" Worters, G
427 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Orland Kurtenbach, C
428 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Harry Mummery, D
429 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Keith Primeau, C/LW
430 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Vic Hadfield, LW
431 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Steve Thomas, W
432 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Ed Van Impe, D
433 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Murray Murdoch, LW
434 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Brian Rafalski, D
435 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Vincent Damphousse, LW/C
436 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Yvon Lambert, LW
437 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Dirk Graham, RW
438 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Rene Robert, RW
439 seventieslord & jareklajkosz - Regina Pats - Anatoli Tarasov, Coach
440 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Lars-Erik Sjoberg, D
441 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Milan Novy, C
442 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Pete Green, Coach
443 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Brenden Morrow, LW
444 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Ken "The Rat" Linseman, RW
445 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Jack Adams, C/LW
446 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - George Hay, LW
447 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Rusty Crawford, C/LW
448 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Art Duncan, D

Round 15: We are now on a six-hour clock

449 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Harry Watson, LW
450 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Glen Harmon, D
451 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Dave Burrows, D
452 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Tommy Smith, C
453 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Floyd Curry, RW
454 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - John Madden, C
455 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Mario Tremblay, RW
456 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Jean Pronovost, RW
457 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Ulf Nilsson, C
458 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Russell "Dubie" Bowie, C
459 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Charlie Huddy, D
460 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Steve Kasper, C
461 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Harry Westwick, W/Rover
462 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Doug Risebrough, C
463 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Dan Bain, C
464 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Lynn Patrick, LW
465 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Jack Marshall, D
466 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Tomas Kaberle, D
467 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Clarence "Taffy" Abel, D
468 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Teppo Numinnen, D
469 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Frantisek Tikal, D
470 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Tommy Anderson, LW/D
471 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Don Cherry, Coach
472 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Chris Drury, C
473 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Bruce Stuart, W
474 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Ivan Hlinka, C
475 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Reijo Ruotsalainen, D
476 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - John "Pie" McKenzie, RW
477 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Ron Greschner, D
478 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Graham Drinkwater, D
479 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Gaye Stewart, LW
480 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Dave Balon, LW

Round 16:

481 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - John MacLean, RW
482 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Sandis Ozolinsh, D
483 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Arkady Chernyshev, Coach
484 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Jacques Lemaire, coach
485 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Bucko McDonald, D
486 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Ken Hitchcock, coach
487 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Jiri Bubla, D
488 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Jim Pappin, RW
489 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Dick Irvin Sr., C
490 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Ivan Tregubov, D
491 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Mike Foligno, RW
492 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Louis Berlinguette, LW
493 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Owen Nolan, RW
494 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Steve Smith, D
495 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Leo Labine, RW
496 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Glen Skov, C
497 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Johnny Gagnon, RW
498 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Jerry Korab, D
499 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Marcel Bonin, LW
500 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - John Ferguson, LW
501 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Dallas Smith, D
502 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Gilles Tremblay, LW
503 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Sven "Tumba" Johansson, C
504 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Vic Stasiuk, W
505 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Art Ross, Coach
506 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Bill Hajt, D
507 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Gennady Tsygankov, D
508 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Eddie Shack, LW
509 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Billy Boucher, RW
510 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Mathieu Schneider, D
511 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Johnny Peirson, RW
512 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Victor Kuzkin, D

Round 17:

513 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - George McNamara, D
514 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Don Maloney, LW
515 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Al Secord, LW
516 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Red Berenson, LW
517 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Jack Laviolette, D
518 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Gary Bergman, D
519 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Troy Murray, C
520 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Doug Weight, C
521 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Marc Tardif, LW
522 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Ian Turnbull, D
523 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Hugh Lehman, G
524 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Andre "Moose" Dupont, D
525 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Bob Turner, D
526 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Keith Magnuson, D
527 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Ron Hextall, G
528 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - "Wild" Bill Ezinicki, RW
529 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Pat Quinn, Coach
530 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Shayne Corson, LW
531 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Mike Babcock, coach
532 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Pat Egan, D
533 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Stan Smyl, RW
534 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Dennis Hull, LW
535 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - James Patrick, D
536 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Alexander Gusev, D
537 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - Yuri Liapkin, D
538 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Bobby Schmautz, RW
539 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Rick Vaive, RW
540 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Buddy O'Connor, C
541 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Ross Lonsberry, LW
542 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Bill Guerin, RW
543 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Albert "Battleship" Leduc, D
544 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Bob Davidson, LW

Round 18:

545 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls - Calle Johansson, D
546 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Pit Martin, F
547 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks - Venjamin Alexandrov, LW
548 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Thomas Steen, C
549 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons - Harry Oliver, RW
550 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades - Neal Broten, C
551 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters - Mark Tinordi, D
552 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds - George "Red" Sullivan, C
553 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs - Gary Dornhoefer, RW
554 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Percy Galbraith, F
555 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Mike McPhee, LW
556 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - Bengt-Åke Gustafsson, RW
557 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Zigmund Palffy, RW
558 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - Al Iafrate, D
559 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Murray Oliver, C
560 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Marty Walsh, C
561 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Lorne Chabot, G
562 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers - Kevin Dineen, RW
563 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Tomas Sandstrom, RW
564 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Harry Trihey, C
565 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - Bernie Nichols, C
566 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Mike Richards, C
567 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Yevgeny Babich, C
568 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Murray Balfour, RW
569 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Dave Kerr, G
570 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - George Owen, D
571 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets - Petr Svoboda, D
572 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Jacques Demers, coach
573 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Dunc Munro, D
574 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Mike Keane, RW
575 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Harry Sinden, coach
576 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Shane Doan, RW/LW

Round 19:

577 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils - Ryan Walter, C/LW
578 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers - Paul Ronty, C
579 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs - Kevin Hatcher, D
580 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans - Roger Neilson, Ast. Coach
581 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks - Goldie Prodgers, D/F
582 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers - Ryan Getzlaf, C
583 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters - Johnny Wilson, LW
584 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers - Barry Ashbee, D
585 pappyline - Toronto Toros - Ab McDonald, LW
586 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars - Ed Jovanovski, D
587 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers - Brad Maxwell, D
588 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads - John Vanbiesbrouck, G
589 papershoes - Kenora Thistles - Tomas Jonsson, D
590 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks - Hobey Baker, C/D
591 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs - Jimmy Peters, RW
592 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada - Andrei Markov, D
593 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga - Vladimir Dzurilla, G
594 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs - Andy Hebenton, RW
595 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's - SKIPPED
596 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires - Billy Reay, coach
597 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons - SKIPPED
598 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners - Weldy Young, Coach
599 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats - ON THE CLOCK
600 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
601 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
602 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
603 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
604 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
605 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
606 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
607 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
608 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls

Round 20:

609 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls
610 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
611 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
612 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
613 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada
614 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
615 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
616 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
617 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
618 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars
619 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners
620 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons
621 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires
622 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's
623 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
624 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga
625 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
626 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs
627 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks
628 papershoes - Kenora Thistles
629 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads
630 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers
631 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
632 pappyline - Toronto Toros
633 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers
634 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
635 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers
636 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks
637 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans
638 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs
639 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers
640 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils

Round 21:

641 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils
642 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers
643 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs
644 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans
645 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks
646 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers
647 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
648 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers
649 pappyline - Toronto Toros
650 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars
651 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers
652 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads
653 papershoes - Kenora Thistles
654 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks
655 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs
656 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada
657 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga
658 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
659 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's
660 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires
661 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons
662 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners
663 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
664 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
665 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
666 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
667 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
668 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
669 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
670 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
671 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
672 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls

Round 22:

673 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls
674 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs
675 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
676 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
677 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
678 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
679 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
680 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
681 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
682 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars
683 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners
684 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons
685 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires
686 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's
687 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
688 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga
689 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada
690 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
691 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks
692 papershoes - Kenora Thistles
693 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads
694 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers
695 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
696 pappyline - Toronto Toros
697 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers
698 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
699 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers
700 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks
701 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
702 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs
703 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers
704 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils

Round 23:

705 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils
706 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers
707 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs
708 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans
709 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks
710 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers
711 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
712 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers
713 pappyline - Toronto Toros
714 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars
715 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers
716 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads
717 papershoes - Kenora Thistles
718 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks
719 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
720 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada
721 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga
722 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
723 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's
724 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires
725 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons
726 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners
727 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
728 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
729 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
730 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
731 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
732 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
733 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
734 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
735 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs
736 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls

Round 24:

737 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls
738 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs
739 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
740 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
741 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
742 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
743 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
744 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
745 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
746 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
747 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners
748 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons
749 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires
750 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's
751 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
752 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga
753 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada
754 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
755 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks
756 papershoes - Kenora Thistles
757 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads
758 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers
759 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars
760 pappyline - Toronto Toros
761 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
762 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
763 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers
764 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks
765 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans
766 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs
767 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers
768 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils

The minor league rounds

Round 25 & 26:

769 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils
770 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils
771 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers
772 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers
773 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs
774 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs
775 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans
776 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans
777 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks
778 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks
779 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers
780 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers
781 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
782 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
783 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers
784 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers
785 pappyline - Toronto Toros
786 pappyline - Toronto Toros
787 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars
788 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars
789 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers
790 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers
791 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads
792 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads
793 papershoes - Kenora Thistles
794 papershoes - Kenora Thistles
795 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks
796 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks
797 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
798 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
799 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada
800 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada
801 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga
802 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga
803 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
804 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
805 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's
806 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's
807 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires
808 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires
809 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons
810 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons
811 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners
812 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners
813 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
814 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
815 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
816 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
817 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
818 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
819 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
820 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
821 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
822 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
823 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
824 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
825 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
826 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
827 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
828 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
829 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs
830 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs
831 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls
832 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls

Rounds 27 & 28:

833 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls
834 nik jr - Grand Rapids Owls
835 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs
836 Leafs Forever - Cairo Desert Dogs
837 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
838 Hedberg - Tidewater Sharks
839 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
840 vancityluongo - Winnipeg Jets
841 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
842 EagleBelfour - Detroit Falcons
843 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
844 Bobby Ryan Getzlaf - New York Golden Blades
845 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
846 shawnmullin - Trail Smoke Eaters
847 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
848 Nalyd Psycho & Sturminator - Portland Rosebuds
849 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
850 Rzeznik - Nova Scotia Voyageurs
851 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
852 seventieslord & jareklajkosz- Regina Pats
853 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners
854 Transplanted Caper - Glace Bay Miners
855 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons
856 chaosrevolver - Montreal Maroons
857 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires
858 overpass - Renfrew Millionaires
859 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's
860 Cup 2010 Sens Rule - Ottawa 67's
861 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
862 Leaf Lander - Toronto Maple Leafs
863 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga
864 Zamboni Mania - St. Georges Garaga
865 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada
866 MXD - Silver Seven Sons of Canada
867 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
868 MadArcand - Hartford Whalers
869 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks
870 Evil Sather - Chicago Blackhawks
871 papershoes - Kenora Thistles
872 papershoes - Kenora Thistles
873 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads
874 Stalberg - Halifax Mooseheads
875 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers
876 GodBlessCanada & raleh - Medicine Hat Tigers
877 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars
878 JFA87-66-99 - Victoria Cougars
879 pappyline - Toronto Toros
880 pappyline - Toronto Toros
881 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers
882 pitseleh - Nanaimo Clippers
883 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
884 Mr Bugg - Kimberley Dynamiters
885 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers
886 Reds4Life - Trinec Steelers
887 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks
888 arrbez - Inglewood Jacks
889 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans
890 Johnny Engine & Dreakmur - Hamilton Bettmans
891 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs
892 CanadiensFan - Syracuse Bulldogs
893 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers
894 Jungosi - Betelgeuse Hitchhikers
895 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils
896 TheDevilMadeMe - New Jersey Swamp Devils

Trades:
To Kimberley: 38th overall (Syl Apps), 155th overall (Rob Blake), 219th overall (Adam Foote)
To NYGB: 58th overall (Henri Richard), 122nd overall (Carl Brewer), 186th overall (Didier Pitre)

To Grand Rapids: Syl Apps, 199th overall (Frank Foytson)
To Kimberley: Joe Sakic, 224th overall (Sid Smith)

To Detroit: 144th overall (Roy Conacher), 177th overall (dealt to New Jersey), 20th round pick
To Silver Seven Sons: 156th overall (Bryan Hextall), 165th overall (Hod Stuart), 20th round pick

To New Jersey: 177th overall (Ed Belfour), 220th overall (Art Ross), 13th rounder (Markus Naslund)
To Detroit: 192nd overall (Woody Dumart), 193rd overall (Jimmy Thomson), 13th rounder (Ken Mosdell)

To Cairo: #306th overall (coach Toe Blake), 335th overall (Harvey Pulford), Hartford 19th Round Pick, Hartford 20th Round Pick, Hartford 21st Round Pick
To Hartford: 290th overall (Joel Otto), 351st overall (Derian Hatcher), Cairo 19th Round Pick, Cairo 20th Round Pick, Cairo 21st Round Pick

To Winnipeg: Chris Pronger, Denis Savard, Ilya Kovalchuk and Trinec's 18th round pick
To Trinec: Cy Denneny, Mike Modano, Vladimir Konstantinov and Winnipeg's 13th round pick (Rogie Vachon)

To Regina Pats: Picks 381 (Gord Roberts), 445 (later dealt to Nanaimo), 701
To Hamilton Bettmans: picks 407 (Blair Russell), 471 (Coach Don Cherry), 554

To the Detroit Falcons: Picks 448 (Art Duncan) and 449 (Harry Watson)
To the New Jersey Swamp Devils: Picks 421 (Coach Badger "Bob" Johnson) and 476 (John "Pie" McKenzie.

To Regina: Don McKenney, Nanimo's 24th round pick
To Nanaimo: Roy Worters, Regina's 445th overall pick (Jack Adams)

To Regina Pats: Victoria's 14th Round Pick (439 Head Coach Anatoli Tarasov), 20th Round Pick (631) and 22nd Round Pick (695).
To Victoria Cougars: Regina's 16th Round Pick (490) 20th Round Pick (618) and 22nd Round Pick (682)

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I have an observation about the ATD, and I'm wondering what other GM's think about this. Hey, it's as good as anything else for killing time.

It seems to me that durability is less valuable in the ATD than in real life, simply because the replacements are so much better. There's a far larger gap between any player and the 13th forward/7th D in real life than in the ATD. Especially once you get into the bottom half of the roster, there may not be a big difference at all in the ATD, where in real life those players would have really been missed on their teams.

Does anyone else see it that way? Obviously you don't want to build a team full of fragile players, and the gap between Mario Lemieux and his replacement is still huge, but I think there's a real difference in value.

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I have an observation about the ATD, and I'm wondering what other GM's think about this. Hey, it's as good as anything else for killing time.

It seems to me that durability is less valuable in the ATD than in real life, simply because the replacements are so much better. There's a far larger gap between any player and the 13th forward/7th D in real life than in the ATD. Especially once you get into the bottom half of the roster, there may not be a big difference at all in the ATD, where in real life those players would have really been missed on their teams.

Does anyone else see it that way? Obviously you don't want to build a team full of fragile players, and the gap between Mario Lemieux and his replacement is still huge, but I think there's a real difference in value.
I never put much stock into durability for an ATD team. In my opinion, a player's durability is reflected in their scoring placements. Obviously if you were a great player but were always injured, and didn't get quite the placements that would have reflected your skill level, my opinion of you takes that into account. There is no reason to worry about durability.

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I've addressed this already. All of my skipped picks have came in the AM on work nights or when I'm at school (HF is blocked there). When I get home from work, my internet is disconnected. Pick coming soon or later tonight.

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I've addressed this already. All of my skipped picks have came in the AM on work nights or when I'm at school (HF is blocked there). When I get home from work, my internet is disconnected. Pick coming soon or later tonight.
That's fair enough, things do happen. Not much I can say other than just leave a list, haha.

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And just to clarify what I said earlier, chaos is on the clock for one pick. (Ignore the PM I sent you earlier, chaos).

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And just to clarify what I said earlier, chaos is on the clock for one pick. (Ignore the PM I sent you earlier, chaos).
Yeah, I re-checked the old thread just to make sure.

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Hmm.. so would it be fair to say that those two teams were on about equal levels? I still remember Hainsworth's teams being better.
Well, I have my doubts, as that would make you, at the very least, in your 80s.

But seriously, yes Hainsworths teams were better, but I don't think it was by a whole heck of a lot. Hainsworth's teams have the name power(Morenz, Joliat, Mantha, etc.), but the results weren't much different. Hainsworth won 17 of 22 games in 1929 because he shut the opposition out. That's pretty incredible when you think about it.

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Well, I have my doubts, as that would make you, at the very least, in your 80s.

But seriously, yes Hainsworths teams were better, but I don't think it was by a whole heck of a lot. Hainsworth's teams have the name power(Morenz, Joliat, Mantha, etc.), but the results weren't much different. Hainsworth won 17 of 22 games in 1929 because he shut the opposition out. That's pretty incredible when you think about it.
LOL!

Yeah, sounds like Worters and Hainsworth have pretty similar careers anyways.

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I never put much stock into durability for an ATD team. In my opinion, a player's durability is reflected in their scoring placements. Obviously if you were a great player but were always injured, and didn't get quite the placements that would have reflected your skill level, my opinion of you takes that into account. There is no reason to worry about durability.
I agree a player's durability is reflected in their scoring placements. Therefore, in my view, scoring placements are less useful in the ATD than in real life when examining value, due to the considerably higher replacement level.

For example, take Keith Primeau's 2000-01 season. He played 71 of 82 games and scored 73 points, good for 40th in the league. His points per game of 1.03 was 24th in the league.

In real life, when Keith Primeau gets injured the other Flyers' centers take his ice time, with PJ Stock or someone coming into the lineup to take some of that ice time. They were all clearly inferior players to Primeau. In the ATD, his replacement won't be as good as Primeau, but he'll be pretty close. In addition, Primeau is the third or fourth best centre on the team anyway, so the top two centres may play a little more.

Basically, I think when it comes to Keith Primeau's offensive value from the 2000-01 season, he's closer to the 24th best offensive player than the 40th best offensive player from an ATD perspective (realizing that points are an oversimplification of value, but this is just for illustration).

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I agree a player's durability is reflected in their scoring placements. Therefore, in my view, scoring placements are less useful in the ATD than in real life when examining value, due to the considerably higher replacement level.

For example, take Keith Primeau's 2000-01 season. He played 71 of 82 games and scored 73 points, good for 40th in the league. His points per game of 1.03 was 24th in the league.

In real life, when Keith Primeau gets injured the other Flyers' centers take his ice time, with PJ Stock or someone coming into the lineup to take some of that ice time. They were all clearly inferior players to Primeau. In the ATD, his replacement won't be as good as Primeau, but he'll be pretty close. In addition, Primeau is the third or fourth best centre on the team anyway, so the top two centres may play a little more.

Basically, I think when it comes to Keith Primeau's offensive value from the 2000-01 season, he's closer to the 24th best offensive player than the 40th best offensive player from an ATD perspective (realizing that points are an oversimplification of value, but this is just for illustration).
If you are not durable, your scoring placements aren't as lucrative, and your value goes down. That's how it works for me.

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What? Duff has a major edge in skating and defensive play, some edge in goalscoring. That's about it.
And a big edge in the playoffs. What else is there, then?

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It's much easier to be top 20 in 6-team league than 12 or 16. 2-2.6 times easier, actually.

Duff has two top-20s in points (17th & 18th). So does Hadfield (4th and 18th). Being 4th among 252 puts you in the top 1.6%. Finishing 17th among 108? Top 15.7%. 18th for Hadfield? Top 8.3%. 18th for Duff? Top 16.7%. Twice worse. The difference is enormous.
TDMM and jarek adressed this one but you should know this is just wrong.

P.S. Make sure you draft the guy who finished 60th in 2009 since that's 8% down the NHL list and therefore better than the time Hadfield was 18th with a measly 14 teams in the league.

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Really? Below Fuhr?
I think both get overrated due to team success and subjective claims about their "clutch" play. But as unimpressive as Fuhr's personal numbers were, they were better than Cheevers', in both the season and playoffs. Fuhr could also handle a massive workload and received more in the way of personal accolades. And of course, Fuhr won more often.

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Benedict was, what, 32 at the time? That's hardly old, even for back then. Let's also not forget that it's not like Benedict was on his last legs, he played 4+ seasons after that. He is very much applicable. His tenure with the Maroons was pretty decent, but the only year he was considered for the Hart was when they were a 9-win team.
And only Worters and another goalie were ever considered for the Hart more than once in the Hart's first 15 years. So Benedict didn't exactly do any worse than the Norm.

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No. Just, no. Awarding him all-star selections because his team got better is one thing, and probably still very wrong, but to just chalk him up a couple cup wins and finals appearances? Come on seventies, you're better than that. That's one of the most ridiculous statements I've ever heard in an ATD. You have absolutely zero evidence to support it, you're just making an assumption because you like the guy so much.
All-star teams went to the best goalies on the best teams. The best goalies on the worst teams were lucky to get AST's when they did, but they still got Hart consideration. You don't think Worters gets on the AST on a better team considering he was a one-man show in New York? I guess I can't convince you. Read the newspaper accounts. The guy was a one-man show. On a better team he would see fewer shots, have more goal support, and of course not have to act like a 3rd defenseman.

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Let's not act like Worters had a midget AA team in front of him. Lionel Conacher was there that season, and while Bullet Joe was old, considering his best NHL season came in 1930, I wouldn't call him over the hill at that point. He also had Hall of Famer Billy Burch up front. Now Rayner did have some talent in front of him, but almost every somewhat-talented player had their successes somewhere else, either before the 1950 season, or after. It's also documented that this was just an absolutely horrible team in front of Rayner. Other than simply looking at the team and recognizing few names, on top of seeing he won the Hart despite having a sub .500 record. You can do that for Rayner, and you can also read about how his team was bad offensively and defensively, and he still carried them to game 7 of the SCF.

Also, why list the win percentage to say how good the team is? That's just silly. The Rangers had a win percentage of .479 because of one reason: Rayner. They were below the league average in GA despite allowing 35-40 shots a game, according to one writer. Quite impressive. Also, look at how his back-up did. One game, 8 goals allowed. Kind of shows what kind of team was in front of Rayner for a whole season.

I also find it very odd of you to list the Rangers' .479 win percentage that year to show that Rayner had a good team in front of him. Especially when Worters' New York Americans had a win percentage of .568. So Rayners team had a win percentage of .479, so that's a juggernaut compared to the team who had .568. But yeah, Rayner's was all the team in front of him while that .568 was all Shrimpy.
I already said Rayner was oustanding that year.

The length of time that Worters spent with any elite level player at a significant time of their career was already addressed by pitseleh.

If the NYA did an "all-time top players" list like any other franchise, based only on accomplishments and play with the franchise, I don't need to argue with you that Worters would be #1. There would be a close race for #2 between Red Dutton, who was already 32 when he got to the NYA but did place 4th and 5th in Hart voting, and my MLD 2nd line center who is BY FAR the team's all-time leading scorer and one-man offensive show. That is not impressive at all.

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Richard's lack of size is why he was never given significant powerplay time. True, the 50s Canadians were absolutely stacked, but the 60s dynasty wasn't nearly as stacked.
Shouldn't it be the opposite? As in, a smaller player would have an easier time on the PP and would get used there more often in order to shelter him from physicality and traffic.

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Hockey-Reference has them up. I'm not sure how accurate they are, but everything seems to be in order, so I go from there.

As for Hainsworth playing on a way better team, did he? In 1929 his Canadiens scored only 18 more goals than Worters' Americans. Considering the era it's a nice chunk more, but nothing crazy like many would think. Defensively, I won't say that the Americans were better, but they did have the better defenseman between the two teams. There wasn't as much past Mantha as one would think, either, on those Canadiens teams.
18 more goals in a 44 game schedule is 0.41 more goals per game. That adds up. Of course, that was perhaps the lowest-scoring season in history. 0.41 GPG represents 28% of the league average of 1.46 - that is massive!

In today's terms (using 3.00 GPG and 82 games as a benchmark) that is like one team outscoring another by 69 goals.

Then you have shots against. The limited shots against totals we have from three different snapshots from 1927-1931 indicate that the Habs allowed about 30 shots a game compared to 37 allowed by the Americans.

Those two things make a massive difference in a goalie's ability to win games. As discussed, coincidentally recently, in the "Win Threshold" entry at http://brodeurisafraud.blogspot.com.

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However, it is incredibly disappointing that you see Duff as nothing more than a second line checker. Beastly playoff numbers, 5 top-20s in goals, and he's nothing more than a second line checker. Also, the whole chemistry thing here with a single player is completely overblown. So Ratelle suddenly wouldn't play as good with a guy who was for all intents and purposes, better at everything than the guy he actually played with in real life? They both played similar games, except Duff was just flat out better. 2nd line checker.. lol. That one is very funny.
But yeah, you're totally done arguing about Duff.

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And a big edge in the playoffs. What else is there, then?
Playmaking and physical play? Anyway as I said I'm done with this particular topic.

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TDMM and jarek adressed this one but you should know this is just wrong.

P.S. Make sure you draft the guy who finished 60th in 2009 since that's 8% down the NHL list and therefore better than the time Hadfield was 18th with a measly 14 teams in the league.
If you're going to be childishly condescending, at least get the math right.

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I think both get overrated due to team success and subjective claims about their "clutch" play. But as unimpressive as Fuhr's personal numbers were, they were better than Cheevers', in both the season and playoffs. Fuhr could also handle a massive workload and received more in the way of personal accolades. And of course, Fuhr won more often.
Fuhr had the better numbers? In what paralell universe? Fuhr won more often? Geez, what a surprise, it's not like he was playing on a better team.

Anyway, who can take a list?

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Yeah, his height is a tough thing to consider. I always go into this thinking that all players are on an equal playing field based on training, style, etc. And if a player was huge in 1920, he's huge in this, regardless of whether he was only actually 6'2. So I assume that a goaltender from the 30's could learn the modern butterfly style if he was trained in that system. But with this style, it would be near impossible to make it at 5'2. Maybe 5'4 or 5'5 would be a better modern comparison, but I'm not sure you could still effectively pull off the butterfly at that height.

It's one of those anomalies, where we can say a player probably wouldn't be as good now, but that shouldn't take away from what he did back in his era.
i think of it the exact same way.

worters was obviously a very good goalie, but his size must be a disadvantage.

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Why? He accomplished what he did despite his height. Vezina and Hainsworth played during the same era and stood 5'6, so it's not like he was a shrimp amongst giants.
b/c he would not cover much of the net, especially the top of the net. in worters time, players probably scored over the shoulder or glove far, far less than they do now. worters would also be more vulnerable to screens.

vezina and hainsworth would be small goalies, but worters would be a tiny goalie.

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Always back to Duff.. haha.

Consistency in goal scoring for Duff:

163 Duff 0 0 2 3 5

So he has 2 top-10s, 3 top-15s and 5 top-20s.

Hadfield has a single top-2 in goals, and never top-20 again, and this guy played with Ratelle and Gilbert. Who did Duff play with again?
a few days ago, i watched a '59 playoff game between TML and montreal.

dick duff was fast, all over the ice, tenacious on the boards, and won the game in OT.


i saw harvey for the 1st time in that game.
now i understand why everyone talks about his puck control. he often looked very casual. he was by far the best at controlling the puck. the play was often chaotic, but never when harvey had the puck. sometimes he looked like he was walking around, but sometimes he also joined the rush with speed.

i was surprised at something he did while defending, though. he once defended a 2 on 2 rush by getting on his knees. not to block a shot, but to trip the attacker. it worked, but seemed strange.

harvey looked basically like a modern player.

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No I'm done with that strategy. Rather than use up a pick for a guy who's main function on my team is to stand in front of the net on the PP I'm going to go in another direction. Plus I want my best players on the ice.

As for size being an issue, I don't think it will. This isn't the 50s-60s where a smaller player could be taken advantage of while on a PP(I can only imagine how brutal the PKers of those days were). There's plenty of small players who will see PP time, guys like Kariya, Fleury, St. Louis, Bentley, etc. Plus, he will have at least one big winger there in Didier Pitre. The other winger, be in Peter Stastny or someone else promoted to the top PP unit(So I can best use Stastny's playmaking), remains to be seen.
agreed

PP is not brain surgery. richard knew how to score. that would not change on PP. beliveau missed many games in several seasons, so richard probably took some of his PP time.

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All-star teams went to the best goalies on the best teams. The best goalies on the worst teams were lucky to get AST's when they did, but they still got Hart consideration. You don't think Worters gets on the AST on a better team considering he was a one-man show in New York? I guess I can't convince you. Read the newspaper accounts. The guy was a one-man show. On a better team he would see fewer shots, have more goal support, and of course not have to act like a 3rd defenseman.
I'm not saying he wasn't great, he was, but you still can't say for sure that if he was on a good team he'd have a few more AS team selections. I agree with you completely that there's a great chance he would, but that's not an assessment you can make for sure. Case in point, the current Vancouver Canucks' starting goaltender. He racked up a 2nd team AS selection playing on a very crappy team in Florida. He, of course, was hyped as one of the best in the league, and it was a consensus belief that he'd do amazing things with an actual team in front of him. Then he was traded to Vancouver, who have had a very good defense. How many AS teams has he won since then? Just one other 2nd team. I know a lot has changed since Worters' era, but the concept of a very good goalie looking even
better on a bad team probably hasn't, especially in such a defensive era.

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I already said Rayner was oustanding that year.

The length of time that Worters spent with any elite level player at a significant time of their career was already addressed by pitseleh.

If the NYA did an "all-time top players" list like any other franchise, based only on accomplishments and play with the franchise, I don't need to argue with you that Worters would be #1. There would be a close race for #2 between Red Dutton, who was already 32 when he got to the NYA but did place 4th and 5th in Hart voting, and my MLD 2nd line center who is BY FAR the team's all-time leading scorer and one-man offensive show. That is not impressive at all.
Yes, you did say Rayner was outstanding, but then made his team in 1950 to be great compared to Worters' in 1929, which just wasn't true.

And yes, Worter would without a doubt be the #1 player all time with the Americans. But being the best player the Americans ever had isn't that impressive considering how bad of a franchise they were. Conversely, Rayner would never come close to claiming to be the top Ranger of all time because they are such an old and distinguished franchise who have had many a good player come through their ranks. Rayner, during his era, though, is most certainly the top Ranger(hell, opposing players referred to them as the "Rayngers"), so that's a bit of a wash. I'm not here saying Worters is bad, I had him inches behind Rayner, but if we're gonna pimp shrimp, then I want Bonnie Prince Charlie to get on some of that action as well.


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Shouldn't it be the opposite? As in, a smaller player would have an easier time on the PP and would get used there more often in order to shelter him from physicality and traffic.
That's what I would think, too, but hey, what do I know?


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18 more goals in a 44 game schedule is 0.41 more goals per game. That adds up. Of course, that was perhaps the lowest-scoring season in history. 0.41 GPG represents 28% of the league average of 1.46 - that is massive!

In today's terms (using 3.00 GPG and 82 games as a benchmark) that is like one team outscoring another by 69 goals.

Then you have shots against. The limited shots against totals we have from three different snapshots from 1927-1931 indicate that the Habs allowed about 30 shots a game compared to 37 allowed by the Americans.

Those two things make a massive difference in a goalie's ability to win games. As discussed, coincidentally recently, in the "Win Threshold" entry at http://brodeurisafraud.blogspot.com.
Dodn't realize how bad the league average was. Wow, yeah it's a nice difference then. But, from what I recall, that Canadiens team still wasn't an offensive juggernaut(again I'm going solely off memory so I could easily be wrong. Also, I didn't realize the Canadiens allowed that many shots during that era.

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Playmaking and physical play? Anyway as I said I'm done with this particular topic.
Done for real, or done like Jarek was?

Hadfield does not have a physical edge on Duff. If anything, they are even.

As for playmaking, finishing in the top-5 for assists once and then barely cracking 20th again doesn't constitute any significant playmaking ability. Yeah, I'd give him a minor edge on Duff, who never made the top-20, but if that's his only edge, can you really get off calling him the better player? Really? Be honest.

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If you're going to be childishly condescending, at least get the math right.
Whatever. When comparing the O6 to post-expansion, some like to belittle the O6 era for the silly reasons described earlier today and completely ignore that a) the NHL has twice as many teams now as it did in the expansion era of 1967-1979, and b) the NHL was watered down by the WHA, whose 30% (I'm speculating) best players could have bumped out other players off NHL rosters if there was no WHA. I'm not trying to be childishly condescending, just pointing out the absurdity of an argument that I have heard not only from you, but from some others. Don't need to take it so personal.

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Fuhr had the better numbers? In what paralell universe? Fuhr won more often? Geez, what a surprise, it's not like he was playing on a better team.
Obviously I don't have all the time in the world to break this down for you, but based on what I have readily avaialble:

Fuhr played 300+ minutes in the playoffs 12 times. In 9 of those 12 playoffs, his sv% was at or above the league average. The three times it wasnt? 1982 (age 19), 1998 (age 35) and 1999 (age 36). 5 of these 12 times he faced more than the league average shots per game.

Cheevers played 300+ minutes in the playoffs 9 times. In 4 of those 9 playoffs, his sv% was at or above the league average. When it wasn't, he was 30, 36, 37, and 39. He faced above the league average in shots per game in just 2 of 9 seasons.

In total, Cheevers had a career playoff sv% of .9017 versus a league average of .9018. He faced 27.38 shots/60 when the league average was 29.62. Fuhr had a .9026 sv% versus a league average of .8968. He faced 28.59 shots/60 when the league average was 29.21.

For a comparison from roughly the same time, here are Smith's numbers, and a good reason why I have him ahead of both: .9053 vs. .8912 league average, 28.87 SV vs. 29.39 league average.

This is simplified, and I do have a system that weights these differences from the norm relative to the minutes played (as in, a playoff you played 1000 minutes in should count for 10X as much as a playoff you played 100 minutes in) but the results of that show the same thing: Smith ends up 3rd out of 40 goalies with 3000+ playoff minutes since 1952, Fuhr ends up 23rd, and Cheevers ends up 31st.

Believe me when I say I do my best to separate a goalie's individual performance from their team's success.

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Regarding Richard on Montreal's power play, from what I've heard Beliveau used his size in front of the net on the power play to score goals, so Richard's lack of size was a disadvantage when replacing Beliveau within that context. Richard was more of a playmaker than a goal scorer on the power play, with 49 goals and 119 assists on the power play in his career. Lots of power plays do well with the centre as a primary playmaker - see Pittsburgh and Sidney Crosby today - and I'm sure Richard could do well on another power play, but Montreal played a different style on their first unit.

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I have Zambo's list and a one-name list from MXD, so I can also take Mad's list.

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Actually, in 1928, of his 19 wins, 6 were SO. 5 were ties. It was better in 1929, where only 4 or so of his 13 shutouts were ties.

I do find it odd, though, that this argument is being used, as it was a trend quite prominent during Hainsworth's 1929 season. On the outsite, Hainsworth had 22 wins and 22 SO, and only 5 were ties(a better rate than Worters as well), so 17 of his 22 wins were because he shut the door. Yet you'll never see Hainsworth get any credit for that, or anything he did in the 1929 season, for that matter.
70's pimping of Worters and criticism of Hainesworth are odd bookends of opinion, considering how much the two had in common. Of course, part of 70's pimping of Worters looks more complimentary than it really is because he just hates Fuhr, Smith and apparently Gardiner and Holecek, as well. The arguments against Fuhr and Smith I sort of understand (though having watched both men play, I disagree) and I do think Gardiner gets a bit overrated, but the placement of Holecek I really don't get.

I like the Worters pick, but I see little reason to rate him above a guy like Eddie Giacomin, another great regular season goalie with a questionable playoff record. Hart voting in that era is just hard to take at anything approaching face value. Red Dutton has more top-5 Hart placements than Nick Lidstrom. And that means what, exactly? That being said, if Worters is as good as Giacomin (which I think he probably is), he's a good pick at this point.

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Obviously I don't have all the time in the world to break this down for you, but based on what I have readily avaialble:

Fuhr played 300+ minutes in the playoffs 12 times. In 9 of those 12 playoffs, his sv% was at or above the league average. The three times it wasnt? 1982 (age 19), 1998 (age 35) and 1999 (age 36). 5 of these 12 times he faced more than the league average shots per game.

Cheevers played 300+ minutes in the playoffs 9 times. In 4 of those 9 playoffs, his sv% was at or above the league average. When it wasn't, he was 30, 36, 37, and 39. He faced above the league average in shots per game in just 2 of 9 seasons.

In total, Cheevers had a career playoff sv% of .9017 versus a league average of .9018. He faced 27.38 shots/60 when the league average was 29.62. Fuhr had a .9026 sv% versus a league average of .8968. He faced 28.59 shots/60 when the league average was 29.21.

For a comparison from roughly the same time, here are Smith's numbers, and a good reason why I have him ahead of both: .9053 vs. .8912 league average, 28.87 SV vs. 29.39 league average.

This is simplified, and I do have a system that weights these differences from the norm relative to the minutes played (as in, a playoff you played 1000 minutes in should count for 10X as much as a playoff you played 100 minutes in) but the results of that show the same thing: Smith ends up 3rd out of 40 goalies with 3000+ playoff minutes since 1952, Fuhr ends up 23rd, and Cheevers ends up 31st.

Believe me when I say I do my best to separate a goalie's individual performance from their team's success.
Do you have a similar comparison for regular season numbers? Fuhr's sv% is far from stellar there. Your playoff stats for Cheevers and Fuhr are actually quite similar - especially if we take into account that 3 of Cheevers 'bad' seasons were at quite old age (yeah Fuhr had two too), and that he spent his early 30s in WHA. Fuhr does come out ahead here - but given how much better his teams were...

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If LL doesn't pick in 10 minutes, I'm sending the list your way. Thanks.

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