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02-22-2016, 01:22 PM
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Guys winning cups together with different teams

Which groups of teammates won cups together with different teams, one notable instance was the 1994 Rangers having Mark Messier, Glenn Anderson, Kevin Lowe, Craig McTavish, Esa Tikanen, and Adam Graves who won cups together in Edmonton. A couple others were Patrick Roy and Claude Lemeiux with the 1986 Canadiens and 1996 Avalanche and Jie Neuindyk and Jamie Langenbruer with the 1999 Stars an 2003 Devils, what were some others

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Which groups of teammates won cups together with different teams, one notable instance was the 1994 Rangers having Mark Messier, Glenn Anderson, Kevin Lowe, Craig McTavish, Esa Tikanen, and Adam Graves who won cups together in Edmonton. A couple others were Patrick Roy and Claude Lemeiux with the 1986 Canadiens and 1996 Avalanche and Jie Neuindyk and Jamie Langenbruer with the 1999 Stars an 2003 Devils, what were some others
Keane with Roy; also with Carbonneau with the Stars.

Carbo repeated with Skrudland and Ludwig, 15 years later, with all of them playing with at least one other team between the Habs and the Stars.

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joe mullen and jiri hrdina
bob gainey and doug jarvis

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Claude Lemieux and Stephane Richer in 86 and 95

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First team to come to mind as well with me was the 1994 Rangers who were loaded with former Oilers. I think if the Kings win in 1993 you put them on this list (Gretzky, Kurri, Huddy, McSorley, Conacher briefly).

Sawchuk and Pronovost. Both were part of the Wings dynasty in the 1950s and then on Toronto in 1967. While we're at it, Red Kelly as well, although he was on all 4 Leafs wins that decade.

Nieuwendyk and Langenbrunner in 1999 and 2003.

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Darryl Sydor & Brad Lukowich - Dallas '99 & Tampa Bay '04.

Lukowich was actually left off the cup for Dallas' win, despite playing 14 regular season games and 8 playoff games (including 2 in the conference finals).

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Which groups of teammates won cups together with different teams, one notable instance was the 1994 Rangers having Mark Messier, Glenn Anderson, Kevin Lowe, Craig McTavish, Esa Tikanen, and Adam Graves who won cups together in Edmonton.
You forgot Jeff Beukeboom, who was an important Oiler circa 1987-1991 (and is Joe Niewendyk's cousin).

So, in fact, not only were Messier, Anderson, Lowe, MacTavish, Tikkanen, Graves, and Beukeboom all former Oilers, they ALL played together on the 1989-90 Championship team.

I made the mistake (?) of calling the '94 Rangers the 'Edmonton Rangers' on here once, and a Rangers fan and I got into a barney over it. But seriously...? It's the most obvious poaching of one roster to fill the needs of another in League history.

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Chris Dingman & Nolan Pratt - Colorado '01 and Tampa Bay '04.

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Ed Litzenberger & Al Arbour-61 Blackhawks and 62 Toronto Maple Leafs

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