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ATD: Single Season Roster Thread

Team TBD:

Coach: Tommy Ivan 1951-52

John Bucyk 70-71Jean Beliveau 55-56Gordie Howe 51-52
Frank Foyston 16-17Cyclone Taylor 14-15Mike Bossy 81-82
Dany Heatley 06-07Evgeni Malkin 08-09Andy Bathgate 58-59
Bob Gainey 78-79Frank Nighbor 16-17Claude Provost 64-65

Ray Bourque 87-88Doug Harvey 57-58
Ebbie Goodfellow 39-40Dit Clapper 40-41
Duncan Keith 09-10Al MacInnis 88-89

Tim Thomas 10-11


6 Confirmed Conn Smythe winners (*Beliveau, Bossy, Malkin, Gainey, MacInnis, Tim Thomas) *Retro Conn Smythe (which was done by hockey historians and is thought of as a legit honor)

Could make a STRONG case for 3 others with their Cup Finals winning performances (Foyston/Taylor/Keith)

5 Confirmed Hart winners (Beliveau, Howe, Foyston, Bathgate, Goodfellow)

Could make STRONG case for Taylor and Nighbor for Retro awards
Malkin and Clapper were Hart runner ups

5 Art Ross Winners (Beliveau, Howe, Taylor, Nighbor, Malkin)
3 Art Ross Top 3 (Bucyk, Bathgate, Foyston)

3 Norris Winners (Harvey, Bourque, Keith)
2 Retro Norris Winners (Goodfellow, Clapper)
1 3rd place Norris (MacInnis)

PP 1: (2-2-1)

Bossy (left side trigger man) Howe (net presence) Beliveau (right side and half wall)

MacInnis (left side point trigger) Bourque (right side quarterback)

PP 2: (Umbrella 1-3-1)

Bathgate (left side shoot/pass) Bucyk (net presence) Taylor (right side facilitator)

Nighbor (slot)

Harvey (point)

PK 1:

Gainey - Nighbor
Bourque - Harvey

PK 2:

Taylor - Provost
Goodfellow - Clapper

Resumes for my team:

Gordie Howe 51-52: 6'2'' 225 lbs (adjusted for year born/era)
  1. Hart Trophy
  2. Art Ross Trophy
  3. Rocket Richard Trophy
  4. First Team AS
  5. Led Playoffs in scoring where Detroit went 8-0 sweeping both series.

Jean Beliveau 55-56: 6'5'' 225 lbs (adjusted for year born/era)
  1. Hart Trophy
  2. Art Ross Trophy
  3. Rocket Richard Trophy
  4. 1st Team AS
  5. Retro Conn Smythe Trophy (Beliveau scored seven goals to set the all time record for goals in the finals, including one in each game. He had a record 12 goals overall and 19 points led all scorers

Ray Bourque 87-88: 6'0'' 219 lbs
  1. Norris Trophy
  2. 1st team AS
  3. 8th Hart Voting
  4. 81 points in 78 games (17/64)
  5. +34
  6. 21 points and was a +16 in 23 Postseason games before running into the Edmonton dynasty in the Cup finals.
  7. Canada Cup directly before the start of the 87-88 season was tremendous leading all defensemen in scoring with 8 points in 9 games where Canada won Gold in one of the all time great series in international history. For his efforts Bourque was on the post tournament AS team.

Doug Harvey 57-58: 6'1'' 210 lbs (adjusted for year born/era)
  1. Norris Trophy
  2. 1st Team AS
  3. 3rd in Hart Voting
  4. Scored 41 points in 68 games
  5. Scored 2 goals and 9 assists in 10 SC playoff games on SC winner.

Mike Bossy 81-82: 6'0'' 185 lbs
  1. 147 points (2nd behind Gretzky)
  2. 64 goals (2nd behind Gretzky)
  3. 83 assists
  4. 1st Team AS
  5. 3rd in Hart Voting (behind Gretzky and xxxx)
  6. Conn Smythe winner (17 goals and 10 assist in 19 games)
  7. 81 Canada Cup runner up (led all players with 8 goals and was named to CC AS team)
  8. Taking out Gretzky Bossy would have won the Art Ross and Rocket Richard on top of the rest of his accolades during the NHL season. Also had a durable run where he didn't miss a game which is important for him.

Cyclone Taylor 14-15
  1. Retro Art Ross Trophy
  2. Scored ridiculous 45 points in 16 games
  3. 23 goals (tied for 2nd)
  4. 22 assists (1st and twice that of 2nd place)
  5. Scored 8 goals and 2 assists in 3 SC games (Vancouver swept the series)
  6. STRONG argument he was the PCHA MVP as well as a Retro Conn Smythe.

Aubrey "Dit" Clapper 40-41 6'5'' 230 lbs (adjusted for year born/era)
  1. 1st Team AS
  2. 2nd in Hart (7 votes behind 1st)
  3. Retro Norris
  4. SC Champion (Captain of Bruins, had 5 assists in 11 games)

Frank Nighbor 16-17
  1. Scored insane 51 points in 19 games winning the Art Ross (if it had existed then)
  2. 41 goals (tied for league lead: Rocket Richard)
  3. 10 assists (tied for league lead)
  4. NHA/NHL Retro Hart winner

Andy Bathgate 58-59: 6'2'' 200 lbs (adjusted for year born/era)
  1. Hart Trophy winner with staggering 133 votes (48.54%). Won over Howe and Beliveau so competition was elite. The Rangers were a 2nd to last place team which Bathgate factored in on at least 88 of the 201 goals scored (44%) when looking at his 88 points.
  2. 1st Team AS
  3. 3rd in points (88)
  4. 3rd in goals (40)
  5. 2nd in assists (48)

Bob Gainey 78-79 LW: 6'3'' 200 lbs (adjusted for year born/era)
  1. Selke award
  2. Conn Smythe
  3. Not your typical pick per se but Gainey had a great year here. Wasn't a total black hole offensively and was his typical dominant self defensively and then turned it up offensively in the playoffs with 16 points in 16 games to take the Conn Smythe home. He can play the 3rd or 4th line for me and play big minutes on the PK with Nighbor. Hard to find typical bottom 6 forwards in the single season that are worthy but I think Gainey is here.

Al MacInnis 88-89: 6'2'' 200 lbs
  1. Led by MacInnis' 31 points,[11] the Flames won the first Stanley Cup championship in their history in 1989.[14] He had four goals and five assists in six games in the final series against the Montreal Canadiens en route to winning the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the playoffs.[15] MacInnis became the first defenceman to lead the league in post-season scoring,[16] and he finished with a 17-game scoring streak, the longest by a defenceman in NHL history.[17]
  2. 2nd team AS
  3. 3rd in Norris
  4. Conn Smythe Trophy (led entire postseason in assists, points, and game winning goals with 4)

Frank Foyston 16-17
  1. PCHA Hart Winner (actual vote held by 4 person committee)
  2. Scored 48 points in 24 games (36/12)
  3. Scored 7 goals and 3 assists in 4 games in a dominant Cup win (first American team to do so)

Duncan Keith 09-10: 6'1'' 200 lbs
  1. Norris Trophy
  2. 1st Team AS
  3. Career High 69 points in 82 games
  4. Had 5 short handed points (1 goal 4 assist) on team with 4th ranked PK and most SH goals by a wide margin with 14
  5. Averaged 2nd most minutes in the NHL
  6. SC Winner (many thought he was Conn Smythe worthy)
  7. 2 goals and 15 assists for 17 points (2nd among D) while averaging over 28 minutes a game in the playoffs.
  8. 2010 Gold Medal winner at the Olympics scoring 6 assists in 7 games. Was particularly strong in the tournament.

Tim Thomas 10-11
  1. 1st Team AS
  2. Vezina Trophy
  3. 5th in Hart (ridiculous that he wasn't a finalist IMO)
  4. SC Champion
  5. Conn Smythe Winner
  6. Some finer points of his dominant season:
  7. * In the 2010–2011 season, following off-season hip surgery during the summer of 2010, Tim Thomas broke the NHL record for save percentage, beating Dominik Hasek's record of .937, with a .938 percentage. On Friday, April 22, 2011, Thomas was named a finalist for the 2010–2011 Vezina Trophy, which he won on Wednesday, June 22, 2011.
  8. *Thomas broke Frank McCool's 66-year old record of fewest goals allowed in a 7-game Stanley Cup Finals, allowing only eight goals total (for an all-time record .967 save percentage in the Stanley Cup Finals).
  9. https://en.wikipedia.org/?title=Tim_Thomas_(ice_hockey)
  10. * Thomas, at 37 the oldest player to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP, set NHL records for most saves in one playoff year (798), most shots faced in one playoff year (849) and most saves in a Stanley Cup Final (238). He also became the first goalie to post a shutout on the road in Game 7 of the Final.
  11. * In the Final, Thomas posted a 1.15 goals-against average and a .967 save percentage, the lowest total in each category in the modern era among goaltenders with at least five appearances.
  12. * Additionally, he won three Game 7s in the 2011 playoffs. He posted shutouts in the final two, beating Vancouver 4-0 and Tampa Bay 1-0. In the first, he beat Montreal 4-3 in overtime as Boston rallied from an 0-2 deficit in that series -- the first time the Bruins had ever done so.
  13. * He won his first eight decisions, breaking a club record set by Tiny Thompson that had stood since 1938. He won his first nine road games; becoming the first NHL goaltender to do so since Chicago's Glenn Hall in 1965-66.
  14. * Thomas also led all goaltenders in goals-against average (2.00) and ranked second with nine shutouts.
  15. http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=566031

John Bucyk 70-71: 6'2'' 235 lbs (adjusted for year born/era)
  1. 1st Team AS (over Bobby Hull)
  2. Lady Byng winner
  3. 2nd in goals (51)
  4. 3rd in assists (65)
  5. 3rd in points (116)
  6. 2 goals and 5 assists in tough 1st round loss in 7 games to Montreal.

Ebbie Goodfellow 39-40 - 6'3'' 210 lbs (adjusted for era)
  1. 1st Team AS
  2. Hart Trophy
  3. Retro Norris
  4. Tied for 1st among points for D (with his D partner on my team, Dit Clapper)

Evgeni Malkin 08-09: 6'3'' 195 lbs
  1. 1st Team AS
  2. Art Ross Trophy
  3. Runner up for Hart
  4. Conn Smythe Winner
  5. Malkin was on another level. This isn't home town bias, believe me. He made a very strong Crosby postseason fall backseat to his domination. His game was through the roof in all 3 zones. You couldn't move him off the puck and his vision was superb. Looked like Datsyuk with his back checking and stick work defensively. Had a fire an emotion that cascaded through the entire team and fan base. Crosby faded in the Cup finals and Malkin stepped up vs a very good defensive minded team in Detroit. Primary assist on the first goal in game 7. 8 points in the finals vs just 3 for Sid.
  6. 36 points was the most since Gretzky dropped 40 in 93. 14 goals total. 3 game winning goals. Most assists.

Claude Provost 64-65: 5'11'' 195 lbs (adjusted for year born/era)
  1. 1st Team AS (Not a top 6 F/offensive player. Over Gordie Howe)
  2. Retro Selke award
  3. 5th in Byng voting
  4. 27 Goals
  5. 37 Assists (career high)
  6. 64 Points (career high)
  7. 2 goals and 6 assists in 13 playoff games (SC Champs)


Bobby Hull had high praise Tuesday night for Montreal's Claude Provost, who has limited the great Chicago winger to five shots on goal in two Stanley Cup final games.

He described Provost as a "hell of a good skater, strong, and dedicated."

Provost was Hull's master again Tuesday night, keeping the blond winger to four shots on net as the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Chicago Black Hawks 2-0 for a two-game lead in the series.

Asked if it was Provost's labors - or his own ineptness - that has prevented him from breaking out, Hull replied:

"I imagine it's Provost."
Hull scored only two goals in the seven-game playoff finals last season, both times on power plays while Provost was off the ice. The Canadiens won the series four games to three, capturing the Stanley Cup.

“Claude’s was the finest defensive job I’ve ever seen.” said Gump Worsley, the Canadiens’ veteran goalie.

Originally Posted by Maurice Richard

“Another Canadien worth mentioning is Claude Provost, a former teammate of mine and one of the unsung heroes of the NHL. Provost was never a star in the true sense of the word, but because of his great desire, his perseverance, and his love of work, he became one of the most valuable of the Habitants and the best defensive forward in hockey.”

Originally Posted by Dickie Moore

"What you have to remember about 'Joe' was that he made sure that everything he brought to the game was his best. Everybody liked him. All of us liked the way he worked, the way he hustled, the way he checked the best players in the game. He could score goals, too but the biggest reason all of us liked him was that he was a team man. Everything he did was for the team."
Originally Posted by Jean Beliveau

“Claude Provost was the typical front-line soldier, a good guy, usually quiet, but capable of laughter, too. NHL play during the 1960’s was dominated by Bobby Hull, except when the Hawks came up against the Canadiens, and the reason why we prevailed against them can be summed up in two words, Claude Provost.”


Dany Heatley 06-07: 6'4'' 220 lbs
  1. 1st team AS
  2. 12th in Hart
  3. 50 goals (tied career high, 2nd in NHL)
  4. 30 ES goals (tied for 2nd in NHL)
  5. 55 assists (career high)
  6. 105 points (career high, 4th in NHL)
  7. Led league with 10 game winning goals in regular season
  8. Scored 3 SH goals
  9. Scored 7 goals (2 more game winners) and 15 assists (led playoffs) in the Cup Final run to lead all scorers with 22 points.

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Jack Adams 1936-37

Busher Jackson 1931-32 - Howie Morenz 1927-28 - Guy Lafleur 1976-77
Bert Olmstead 1955-56 - Bill Cowley 1940-41 - Brett Hull 1990-91
Valeri Kharlamov 1971-72 - Mark Messier 1989-90 (C) - Punch Broadbent 1921-22
Kraut Line (Woody Dumart - Milt Schmidt - Bobby Bauer) 1939-40

Chris Pronger 1999-00 - Bobby Orr 1969-70
Jack Stewart 1942-43 - Red Kelly 1953-54
Eddie Gerard 1921-22 (A) - Scott Niedermayer 2007-06 (A)

Bernie Parent 1973-74


Mark Messier 1989-90 - Bill Cowley 1940-41 - Brett Hull 1990-91
Guy Lafleur 1976-77 - Bobby Orr 1969-70


Busher Jackson 1931-32 - Howie Morenz 1927-28 - Valeri Kharlamov 1971-72
Chris Pronger 1999-00 - Red Kelly 1953-54

PK forwards:

Milt Schmidt 1939-40 - Woody Dumart 1939-40
Mark Messier 1989-90 - Punch Broadbent 1921-22
Howie Morenz 1927-28 - Bert Olmstead 1955-56

PK defensemen:

Chris Pronger 1999-00 - Bobby Orr 1969-70
Jack Stewart 1942-43 - Red Kelly 1953-54

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Nicklas Lidstrom (A) (01-02) - Chris Chelios (88-89)
Viacheslav Fetisov (85-86) - Earl Siebert (37-38)
Rod Langway (83-84) - Rob Blake (97-98)

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Toe Blake (55-56)

Toe Blake (38-39) - Wayne Gretzky (84-85) (A) - Martin St. Louis (03-04)
Daniel Sedin (10-11) - Joe Sakic (00-01) (C) - Charlie Conacher (34-35)
Paul Thompson (37-38) - Doug Gilmour (92-93) - Ace Bailey (28-29)
Doug Bentley (42-43) - Newsy Lalonde (18-19) - Vladimir Martinec (75-76)

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Denis Potvin (75-76) - Brad Park (77-78)
Lionel Conacher (33-34) - Jan Suchy (68-69)

Roberto Luongo (06-07)

PP1: Conacher (net presence) - Gretzky - St. Louis - Coffey - Potvin
PP2: Sedin - Sakic - Blake (net presence) - Park - Siebert

PK1: Bailey - Gilmour - Potvin - Park
PK2: St. Louis - Sakic - Conacher - Siebert

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Dickie Moore 1958-59 - Phil Esposito 1970-71 - Mark Recchi 1999-00
Ted Lindsay 1949-50 - Bobby Clarke 1975-76 (C) - Jarome Iginla 2000-01
Markus Naslund 2002-03 - Peter Forsberg 2002-03 - Bryan Hextall, Sr. 1941–42
Roy Conacher 1948-49 - Marcel Dionne 1979-80 - Rick Middleton 1983-84

Borje Salming 1976-77 - Eddie Shore 1932-33
Sprague Cleghorn 1925-26 - King Clancy (A) 1929-30
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alexander ovechkin (07-08) - mario lemieux (92-93) - bill cook (32-33)
paul kariya (96-97) - sergei fedorov (93-94) - maurice richard (46-47)
xxx - henrik zetterberg (07-08) - xxx
xxx - xxx - xxx

nicklas lidstrom (01-02) - chris chelios (88-89)
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rob langway (83-84) - xxx

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