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05-16-2004, 01:28 PM
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Rhode Island could field a decent team of defensemen and goaltenders-

Goaltenders-
Brian Boucher, Garth Snow

Defensemen-
Bryan Berard, Keith Carney, Mathieu Schneider, Jeff Jillson

Schneider is from NYC and Snow is from Wrentham, MA. Still a pretty good group from a small state though.

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05-16-2004, 01:48 PM
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Schneider is from NYC and Snow is from Wrentham, MA. Still a pretty good group from a small state though.
I got confused. But they all went to the same high school- Mount St. Charles Academy. I'd just assumed they were all Rhode Islanders.

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05-16-2004, 02:14 PM
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Okay, get ready... here's TEAM NOVA SCOTIA!! (hey, we rule at curling, why not hockey??)

Forwards:
Ryan Flinn - Donald MacLean - Glen Murray (our answer to the 700 lb line!)
Jon Sim - Craig MacDonald - Denis Bonvie
(reserve: David Ling, SIDNEY CROSBY!!)... I'd also try to convince Mike McPhee and Bobby Smith to come out of retirement!

Defense:
Al MacInnis - Colin White
Derrick Walser - Eric Boulton
(reserve: Dean Melanson)

Goalie:
Olaf Kolzig (since Pokey and Wendell don't play anymore I claim him in the name of Dartmouth, NS Midget AAA!... he played there before New Westminster, WHL)
Since I personally hate Craig Hillier and he hasn't played NHL yet, I can't use him. Maybe we could drag Troy Gamble out of his ditch somewhere.

GM/Coaches:
Bobby Smith, with Mike McPhee and Norm Ferguson assisting

I'd put those two lines against any two from Ontario! :lol

(edit: I'd rather put together a Halifax Mooseheads alumi team than this one... Tanguay, King, Abid, Shelley, Jurcina, Reid, Nagy, Giguere, etc)
Add Jody Shelley (grew up in Yarmouth if I`m not mistaken), Aaron Johnson on defense, Paul MacLean and John Brophy as coachs and Allan MacIsaac as GM. That would bring the Antigonish contingent up to 6!

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05-16-2004, 02:41 PM
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I got confused. But they all went to the same high school- Mount St. Charles Academy. I'd just assumed they were all Rhode Islanders.
If we went by that, Saskatchewan could field one of the best teams considering a lot of future NHLers start out at Notre Dame high school.

Unfortunatly, we can't claim that as our own.

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05-16-2004, 03:18 PM
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Kolzig is hardly "yours".

Kolzig, who was born in South Africa, moved to Canada when he was four years old. His father was in the hotel business and the family moved all over the country.

"It started in Edmonton," said Kolzig. "Then we basically moved from West Coast to East Coast, stopping in Ontario for five years, going to Halifax for five years, and we've been in B.C. since '87."


http://www.globeandmail.com/servlet/...NStory/Sports/
Yes, and he has a German passport.

Legends of Hockey has a breakdown by birth-place (province for Canada, state for the US and Country for anywhere else.)

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05-16-2004, 03:29 PM
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Add Jody Shelley (grew up in Yarmouth if I`m not mistaken), Aaron Johnson on defense, Paul MacLean and John Brophy as coachs and Allan MacIsaac as GM. That would bring the Antigonish contingent up to 6!
Oh, good one. I forgot about Johnson. I guess he could join Melanson on the 3rd line then. I don't count Jody, though. I guess he is quite the adopted Bluenoser. I like the idea of a line featuring Flinn, Shelley, and Bonvie. Our own 700 lb line!

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05-16-2004, 03:42 PM
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Team Quebec

Forwards
Luc Robitaille-Mario Lemieux-Alex Tanguay
Eric Daze-Pierre Turgeon-Vincent Damphouse
Martin Gelinas-Simon Gagne-Vincent Lecavalier
Yanic Pereault-Donald Audette-Martin St-Louis

Defensemens:
Eric Desjardins-Patrick Boileau
Denis Gauthier-Marc Bergevin
Phillipe Boucher-Christian Laflamme


Goaltenders
Martin Brodeur
Roberto Luango
Jean-Sebastien Giguere

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05-16-2004, 04:00 PM
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I got confused. But they all went to the same high school- Mount St. Charles Academy. I'd just assumed they were all Rhode Islanders.

Maybe they did...I'm just going by what their birthplaces are in their bios.

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Team Quebec

Forwards
Luc Robitaille-Mario Lemieux-Alex Tanguay
Eric Daze-Pierre Turgeon-Vincent Damphouse
Martin Gelinas-Simon Gagne-Vincent Lecavalier
Yanic Pereault-Donald Audette-Martin St-Louis

Defensemens:
Eric Desjardins-Patrick Boileau
Denis Gauthier-Marc Bergevin
Phillipe Boucher-Christian Laflamme


Goaltenders
Martin Brodeur
Roberto Luango
Jean-Sebastien Giguere
I'll throw out some alternatives:
- Audette, + Briere
- Perreault, + J.P. Dumont
- Boileau or Bergevin, + Bergeron or Brisebois
- Laflamme, + Biron or Tremblay
I might even be tempted to replace Gelinas with Daigle, or Dagenais... or maybe not.

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05-16-2004, 09:16 PM
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Actually I think Nolan moved to Ontario when he was a baby so yeah he's Ontario's.
Oh by all means he's as Canadian as you get, I just always found it interesting that he was born in Belfast.

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05-16-2004, 09:39 PM
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Minnesota has Herb Brooks and the Albino! WOOT! Hmmm anyone can do a Team Minnesota? We also got Joel Otto! I don't know much about the older guys so I can't do Minnesota any justice.

 
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Team Quebec

Martin St.Louis-Vincent Lecavalier-Patrice Bergeron
Simon Gagné-Mario Lemieux-Erik Daze
Jean-Pierre Dumont-Daniel Briere-Alex Tanguay
Georges Laraque-Steve Begin-Martin Lapointe

Phillipe Boucher-Denis Gauthier
Marc-André Bergeron-Eric Desjardins
Francis Bouillon-Jonathan Girard

Martin Brodeur
Roberto Luongo

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05-16-2004, 10:09 PM
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Team Quebec

Martin St.Louis-Vincent Lecavalier-Patrice Bergeron
Simon Gagné-Mario Lemieux-Erik Daze
Jean-Pierre Dumont-Daniel Briere-Alex Tanguay
Georges Laraque-Steve Begin-Martin Lapointe

Phillipe Boucher-Denis Gauthier
Marc-André Bergeron-Eric Desjardins
Francis Bouillon-Jonathan Girard

Martin Brodeur
Roberto Luongo
Bouillon = born in NY, NY

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05-16-2004, 10:10 PM
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Kolzig is hardly "yours".

Kolzig, who was born in South Africa, moved to Canada when he was four years old. His father was in the hotel business and the family moved all over the country.

"It started in Edmonton," said Kolzig. "Then we basically moved from West Coast to East Coast, stopping in Ontario for five years, going to Halifax for five years, and we've been in B.C. since '87."


http://www.globeandmail.com/servlet/...NStory/Sports/

I'd have to check on Nolan and Yzerman to see if those claims are also bull.
Alright, sub in Raycroft for Kolzig.

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05-16-2004, 10:12 PM
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McCabe lived most of his life in Calgary and how can you forget GARY ROBERTS!
Quite simple, although good, all the other players mentioned are better.

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Team Missouri:
Landon Wilson
Yan Stastny*
Paul Stastny

* Yan Stastny was born in Montreal but lived in St Louis for most of his life before going to Notre Dame
Dont forget Lafontaine. Oh wait, nevermind he is not active.

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05-17-2004, 06:43 AM
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Connecticut

LW-Chris Clark
C-Chris Drury
RW-Eric Boguniecki
D-Ron Hainsey
D-Brian Leetch(*born in TX)
G-

Craig Janney(Retired)

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05-17-2004, 08:41 AM
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Rhode Island could field a decent team of defensemen and goaltenders...
And you would have a great GM in Lou Lamoriello. He was born and raised in Rhode Island. He left Providence College in 1987 to become President and General Manager of the New Jersey Devils.

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It'd be pretty awesome if there was a tournament in Canada where they had teams made up of players from each province. Sorta like what curling has.

 
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Minnesota has Herb Brooks and the Albino! WOOT! Hmmm anyone can do a Team Minnesota? We also got Joel Otto! I don't know much about the older guys so I can't do Minnesota any justice.
I came up with a Team Minnesota, and I took liberty with Brett Hull sice he was born in Canada, but Duluth Minnesota is his U.S. Address.

Forwards
Trent Klatt - Neal Broten - Brett Hull
Corey Millen - Joel Otto - Tom Chorske

Defense
Phil Housley - Jordan Leopold
Mike Ramsey - Paul Martin

Goalie
Robb Stauber

Coach
Herb Brooks

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Team California, I will have to include some prospects

Richard Park
Noah Clarke
Garret Stafford


Anyone else that is active?

 
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You forgot Jon Casey!

 
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You forgot Jon Casey!
I forget him sometimes, prob cause he played for North Dakota .

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Yeah I know...And Jason Blake the Albino...Shjon Podein (my family friend's know him), David Tanabe, Dan Hinote...Uhhhh...We got others I believe.

 
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I came up with a Team Minnesota, and I took liberty with Brett Hull sice he was born in Canada, but Duluth Minnesota is his U.S. Address.

Forwards
Trent Klatt - Neal Broten - Brett Hull
Corey Millen - Joel Otto - Tom Chorske

Defense
Phil Housley - Jordan Leopold
Mike Ramsey - Paul Martin

Goalie
Robb Stauber

Coach
Herb Brooks
You could add Mark Parrish, David Tanabe, Erik Westrum, Bret Hedican, Sean Hill, Matt Cullen, Eric Rasmussen, Jamie Langenbrunner, Jason Blake, Ben Clymer, Darby Hendrickson, Craig Johnson, Kurt Sauer, Jeff Taffe, Tom Preissing, and soon, Zach Parise to your list.

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