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JCMElway
09-06-2006, 09:54 AM
Jori is on the clock until 1:48 AM

Bron LB 52 can make two selectiosn at any time

Jori
09-06-2006, 10:08 AM
Thanks for the reminder. I'll make my pick later this afternoon (don't have my list with me).

Jori
09-06-2006, 03:47 PM
I'm going new school with this pick...a guy I think will be the next great defensemen in the NHL.

http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:XvRjWRnAbmxJAM:http://www.autograph-cards.com/Logos/Hockey/colorado_rockies_logo.gif The Colorado Rockies are proud to select:

http://images.tsn.ca/images/stories/20051108/phaneuf_45078.jpg

D Dion Phaneuf

The Colorado Rockies:

Johnny Bucyk/Stan Mikita/Maurice Richard
Michel Goulet/Pat LaFontaine/Mike Gartner
Bill Barber/Dale Hawerchuk/Mark Recchi
---/Doug Gilmour/Pat Verbeek

Nicklas Lidstrom/ Serge Savard
Rod Langway/ Tim Horton
Wade Redden/ Dion Phaneuf

Terry Sawchuk
--

JCMElway
09-06-2006, 04:57 PM
Time for some leadership, grit, size, and nastiness.

Derian Hatcher, D, Northstars/Stars/Red Wings

Derian Hatcher (born June 4, 1972 in Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA) is a professional ice hockey defenceman for the Philadelphia Flyers. He served as the Flyer's Captain for the later-half of the 2005-06 season, assisted by Simon Gagne and Sami Kapanen.

Derian Hatcher is known as a physical defenceman and a strong bodychecker and uses his intimidating size (6'5", 235 lb.) to good effect. He was drafted in the 1st Round as the 8th Overall selection by the Minnesota North Stars in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft and scored in his NHL debut game on 12 October 1991. Hatcher played for the North Stars and went with them when they moved to Dallas in 1993.

He played another 10 years for the Dallas Stars, collecting 71 goals, 223 assists, 1,380 penalty minutes, and captained the Stars to the Stanley Cup in 1999. In doing so, he became the first American born Captain to win the Stanley Cup. In July 2003, Hatcher signed with the Detroit Red Wings for a five-year $30 million contract.

In 2004, due to the cancellation of the NHL season, Hatcher, along with fellow Detroit Red Wings teammates Chris Chelios and Kris Draper, decided to play minor league hockey with the Motor City Mechanics based out of Fraser, Michigan.

On 2 August 2005, Hatcher signed with the Philadelphia Flyers after his contract with Detroit was nullified due to the new salary cap.

Despite his parting from the Red Wings, Hatcher continues to call Michigan home. Hatcher also owns a bar/restaurant, named "Hatchy's", on Auburn Road in downtown Utica, MI along with his brother Kevin.

On 29 January 2006, Hatcher was named captain of the Philadelphia Flyers. He will serve as captain until the return to the lineup of Keith Primeau.

Quote

On his style of play and reputation of being a feared player: “I am a hard-hitting and physical player. I find through the years the more people talk about it, the more other players know you are on the ice. It actually helps you. It's definitely a good reputation to have. Players really know you are on the ice and they have their heads up a little more.” Hockey Digest

JCMElway
09-06-2006, 04:59 PM
Breck Bronc is on the clock at 7 PM CST.

Bronc LB 52 may make two selections at any time.

Clockwork Orange
09-06-2006, 07:57 PM
Quote

On his style of play and reputation of being a feared player: “I am a hard-hitting and physical player. I find through the years the more people talk about it, the more other players know you are on the ice. It actually helps you. It's definitely a good reputation to have. Players really know you are on the ice and they have their heads up a little more.” Hockey Digest

They keep their heads up because of your little habit of leading with your elbows, you ****ing momo.

Mtbrncofn
09-06-2006, 08:12 PM
Ha!

JCMElway
09-06-2006, 09:16 PM
They keep their heads up because of your little habit of leading with your elbows, you ****ing momo.

Hey, if it gets a wingers attention.......

At least I didn't draft that turtling douchebag Lemeiux.

Clockwork Orange
09-06-2006, 09:35 PM
Hey, if it gets a wingers attention.......

At least I didn't draft that turtling douchebag Lemeiux.

I didn't like that cheap shotting, face washing, tough behind my visor asshat either.

That knuckle dragging **** Hatcher has sent more players to the injured list with his elbows than Lemieux could have ever dreamed of. It shames me that his big, dumb, neanderthal ass was ever selected to represent Team USA.

I'm thankful that the new NHL is phasing him, and those like him, out of the league.

JCMElway
09-06-2006, 09:50 PM
I didn't like that cheap shotting, face washing, tough behind my visor asshat either.

That knuckle dragging **** Hatcher has sent more players to the injured list with his elbows than Lemieux could have ever dreamed of. It shames me that his big, dumb, neanderthal ass was ever selected to represent Team USA.

I'm thankful that the new NHL is phasing him, and those like him, out of the league.

CW, I just wish you'd speak your mind. It's OK to express your opinions. How do you really feel about Hatcher? ;)

You may not like him, but you must admit that other teams have to account for this guys nastiness. It gets other teams thinking and out of their gameplan. It may not always be the most sportsmanlike, but that's hockey. He's also a bit more old school in the toughness department. I like that.

It's his perchant to rough folks up that made me select him. I like to have at least one guy on my team that everybody else hates. Guys like Gretzky and Sellane better have their head on a swivel when Hatcher is on the ice!

Clockwork Orange
09-06-2006, 10:02 PM
You may not like him, but you must admit that other teams have to account for this guys nastiness.

Of course they do, it's the reason why they do that's the bigger problem. Get ready for a rant......

That being that the NHL doesn't police it's players. NHL suspensions are a joke, no player is worried about the consequences of sending an opposing player to the hospital with a cheap shot. Claude Lemieux got two games for crushing Kris Draper's face. Bryan Marchment has been repeatedly slapped on the wrist for repeatedly taking part in dangerous and malicious acts on the ice ranging from knee on knee hits to spearing. Ruslan Salei sent Mike Modano face first into the boards in a position so awkward that I was amazed that his neck wasn't broken......Salei got two games for it. Todd Bertuzzi got 20 games for ending Steve Moore's career. On and on and on.

I don't agree with Brett Hull about much, but he really nailed it after that hit on Modano. His response to the suspension was, "I guess they're gonna wait until someone gets killed to do something about this stuff."

It's been a problem in the NHL for years and players like Hatcher have been the beneficieries of the non-existant discipline from the league office.

Anyway, on with the draft! :)

JCMElway
09-06-2006, 10:17 PM
Very nice rant. And well put. That being said, Hatcher has a place on this team and in this draft. When he's not being an a-hole, his forechecking is tough, he is usually in position to make a play, he's solid on the blue line, and he does inspire confidence within his own locker room.

And Scotty Bowman is my coach. He likes agressive play, but definetly has the will and reputation to keep Hatcher in check.

Killericon
09-06-2006, 10:22 PM
I'm going new school with this pick...a guy I think will be the next great defensemen in the NHL.

http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:XvRjWRnAbmxJAM:http://www.autograph-cards.com/Logos/Hockey/colorado_rockies_logo.gif The Colorado Rockies are proud to select:

http://images.tsn.ca/images/stories/20051108/phaneuf_45078.jpg

D Dion Phaneuf

To recap, I own a mere two Hockey Jerseys. Of course, I own 8 football jerseys, and Nash's Suns Jersey, but only 2 hockey jerseys.

Dion Phaneuf's and Stan Mikita's.

http://rh047.k12.sd.us/2003-2004/Trimester1/DI/images/anger%20copy.jpg

Methinks that I may have to have you killed, Jori.

Nice to know that you think he's gonna retire with a cabinet full of Norris Trophies as well.

24champ
09-07-2006, 12:14 AM
Of course they do, it's the reason why they do that's the bigger problem. Get ready for a rant......

That being that the NHL doesn't police it's players. NHL suspensions are a joke, no player is worried about the consequences of sending an opposing player to the hospital with a cheap shot. Claude Lemieux got two games for crushing Kris Draper's face. Bryan Marchment has been repeatedly slapped on the wrist for repeatedly taking part in dangerous and malicious acts on the ice ranging from knee on knee hits to spearing. Ruslan Salei sent Mike Modano face first into the boards in a position so awkward that I was amazed that his neck wasn't broken......Salei got two games for it. Todd Bertuzzi got 20 games for ending Steve Moore's career. On and on and on.

I don't agree with Brett Hull about much, but he really nailed it after that hit on Modano. His response to the suspension was, "I guess they're gonna wait until someone gets killed to do something about this stuff."

It's been a problem in the NHL for years and players like Hatcher have been the beneficieries of the non-existant discipline from the league office.

Anyway, on with the draft! :)

Yeah let's just copy the IRL and those other racing leagues by putting foam on the boards so the players are safer from idiots. There is always going to be an idiot/enforcer out there to do damage, this has been going on in the NHL since its inception man come on...

Clockwork Orange
09-07-2006, 12:20 AM
Yeah let's just copy the IRL and those other racing leagues by putting foam on the boards so the players are safer from idiots. There is always going to be an idiot/enforcer out there to do damage, this has been going on in the NHL since its inception man come on...

Thanks for missing the point entirely. I never said a word about enforcers.

I was talking about the league cracking down on the dangerous cheap shots like hits from behind, knee on knee shots, etc. You know, stuff that can cause major damage without the use of the stick (the only thing the league seems to deem as dangerous)?

Anyway, this is an issue for a separate thread. On with the draft.

Breck Bronc
09-07-2006, 12:59 AM
Hey, if it gets a wingers attention.......

At least I didn't draft that turtling douchebag Lemeiux.The four-time Stanley Cup champion, clutch playoff performer, turtler, Lemieux. Don't denigrate my pick.

Back to my pick, I need an offensive minded defenseman to team with the hard hitting Vasiliev on my third defensive pair. The pickings are getting slim on the blueline, but I think this guy is a little overlooked because he's now an overweight coach for the Anaheim Ducks. The Denver Spurs will select D - Randy Carlyle (Maple Leafs, Penguins, Jets).

Carlyle was one of the few Norris Trophy winners left on the board and currently sits 25th on the all-time defensive scoring list. He played his best hockey with the pre-Mario Penguins of the late-70's and early-80's.

http://www.sportsecyclopedia.com/nhl/pittsburgh/CarlylePit.jpg

24champ
09-07-2006, 01:04 AM
Thanks for missing the point entirely. I never said a word about enforcers.

I was talking about the league cracking down on the dangerous cheap shots like hits from behind, knee on knee shots, etc. You know, stuff that can cause major damage without the use of the stick (the only thing the league seems to deem as dangerous)?

Anyway, this is an issue for a separate thread. On with the draft.
Ok I see your point better but given the history of the NHL, they have never "cracked down on cheap shots". Just the way they operate, everyone says Bertuzzi should be gone he wasn't, same was said about Mcsorely. Cheap shots happen in this game and will always happen unfortunately.

Clockwork Orange
09-07-2006, 01:28 AM
My next selection will be my backup goaltender, who just so happens to be the greatest American goaltender of all time, G - Mike Richter(Rangers)

http://www.csh.rit.edu/~kenny/rangers/media/images/richt6.jpg

http://images.art.com/images/products/large/10105000/10105652.jpg

Sorry Pavel, that door's closed.

Alexander Ovechkin-Peter Forsberg-Mike Bossy
Aurel Joliat-Sergei Fedorov-Teemu Selanne
Markus Naslund-Gilbert Perrault-Daniel Alfredsson
LW-Howie Morenz-Jere Lehtinen

Bobby Orr-Scott Stevens
Chris Pronger-Sergei Zubov
Mattias Norstrom-D

Vladislav Tretiak
Mike Richter

Killericon
09-07-2006, 01:40 AM
My next selection will be my backup goaltender, who just so happens to be the greatest American goaltender of all time, G - Mike Richter(Rangers)

I am hereby legally obligated, as a Canadian Kariya fan, to post this pic.

http://66.81.80.139/Killericon44d2ecbeccf23.jpg

JCMElway
09-07-2006, 08:57 PM
Hey Killer, who the hell is up? I've lost track.

Mtbrncofn
09-07-2006, 09:04 PM
I'm up. I'll get my pick up in a few.

Mtbrncofn
09-07-2006, 09:25 PM
Ok, with very few choices being left on Defense, I'll select D Eric Desjardins ( Habs, Flyers ).

Killericon
09-08-2006, 06:42 AM
24champbailey is on the clock with 2 picks.

24champ
09-09-2006, 12:10 PM
The Kings select coach Glen Sather to take the helm...


During September, 1997, Glen "Slats" Sather became the first member of the Edmonton Oilers organization to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.

The native of High River, Alberta, had come full circle with the franchise that put Edmonton on the map. After coaching the Oilers to a record of 95-76-7 in three seasons in the World Hockey Association, Sather remained at the helm when the club entered the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1979-80.

He would stay behind the bench for 11 seasons, coaching the Oilers to four Stanley Cups during that span. Edmonton won a fifth Cup in 1990 with Sather as the general manager. He would become the Oilers’ bench boss one last time in 1993-94 before leaving the organization’s front office on May 19, 2000.

In 842 regular season NHL games as the Oilers’ coach, Sather compiled a record of 464-268-110, ranking him seventh on the all-time coaching list for wins. In 127 Stanley Cup playoff games, Sather posted a record of 89-37-1, which ranks fourth on the all-time coaching list for playoff wins. He received the Jack Adams Trophy as the NHL’s Coach of the Year in 1985-86.

In light of his endless accolades, it is ironic that Sather was actually being used as a scapegoat when he was hired to coach the Oilers near the end of their 1976-77 season in the World Hockey Association (WHA).

With just 18 games left, the Oilers trailed Calgary for the final playoff spot in their division. Sather, the Oilers’ captain at the time, was suddenly made player/coach by general manager Bep Guidolin.
Sather would later say Guidolin needed a "scapegoat" behind the bench to accept management’s wrath for another poor season. But the Oilers would reach the playoffs under Sather, who became inspired to coach full-time.

It would be a great career move. Although Sather was known as a hard-nosed player in the NHL and WHA, he is remembered most for his work behind the bench and in the front office as the Oilers’ general manager for 21 seasons.

The ‘80s Oilers

Sather recalls the first time he saw Wayne Gretzky occurred when the Oilers first played Gretzky's original team, the Indianapolis Racers.

"I thought Wayne must be a stick boy or some kid who hung around with the team," he told Milt Dunnell of the Toronto Star. "Then, the game started and he went around one of our veterans like he was a lamp post."

When the Oilers acquired Gretzky and Sather was the general manager, Sather knew he had to surround his superstar with players who suited his creative, offensive-oriented style. Sather built the Oilers of the ‘80s around speed, finesse and a high-tempo passing game that saw the defencemen jump into the attack. Sather would also use offensive stars Gretzky and Jari Kurri as penalty killers, which led to shorthanded goals.

A Coach Who Cared

Mark Messier, an Edmonton native, was the heart and soul of the dynasty. His character was undeniably shaped by Sather, whose coaching success was undeniably shaped by Messier.

Glen SatherSather used Messier early in his career to set a precedent. Messier had missed a team flight to St. Louis and Sather subsequently demoted him to the Oilers’ Central League farm team in Houston. Messier notched three assists in four games and Sather promptly promoted him back to Edmonton.

In a separate incident, after Messier was an established star, Sather ripped into him after a practice. In response, a shaken Messier yelled back at Sather in front of the entire team.

"Afterward, Messier was teary-eyed and emotional," wrote Rick Carpiniello in Messier, "Sather took back everything he’d said."

"In front of the entire team, he admitted he was wrong. He made sure to point out to the team how much he respected Messier. The next time the Oilers were together, all of the players talked about the Messier-Sather set-to and how important that moment might have been in the team’s history."

Former Oilers defenceman Jeff Beukeboom recalls the epic exchange in Carpiniello’s book.

"It was so strong," said Beukeboom. "Everything that happened at that instance affected the team tenfold. Slats is always proud and confident, and it’s the only time I’ve ever seen him back down a little bit from anyone."

In Carpiniello’s book, Beukeboom credits Sather for his player-development abilities.

Glen Sather"He was on his toes around his players and trying to teach them that little bit extra, or always trying to test them in a good, positive way."

"He always tried to get the best out of his players. When you needed to be brought down a notch, he was always willing to do that, also."

Beukeboom also stressed Sather’s knack for influencing his players off the ice.

"He tried to teach you an attitude, a way of carrying yourself, a way of being a professional on and off the ice that made you a stronger, confident, and better person and player overall."

National notice

Sather also coached Team Canada on a couple of occasions, guiding his country to a Canada Cup championship in 1984. He also served as the general manager and coach of Team Canada in the 1996 World Cup of Hockey.

After a 24-year career with the Oilers, Sather became the 12th president and 10th general manager of the New York Rangers on June 1, 2000. Sather became the team’s coach after he unceremoniously fired Bryan Trottier during the 2002-03 season.

24champ
09-09-2006, 12:15 PM
I like that in my coach, I dont think there is any coach besides Sather that can make Messier cry.Ha!


http://www.legendsofhockey.net/graphspot/one_sather05.jpg




Second pick coming up shortly!

24champ
09-09-2006, 12:33 PM
Could be the Kings Final selection here.....

LW Esa Tikkanen :strong:


http://www.oilersheritage.com/images/database/detailed/416_tikkanen_92_93_det.jpg

Tikkanen won 4 Stanley Cups with the Oilers and another with the Rangers. His various acquisitions were by teams craving him for his playoff experience and success: in 877 regular season games he scored 244 goals, but in 186 playoff games he scored 72 goals. "Tik" was known for his ability to score clutch goals, but also for his general style of play - chippy and aggressive. He was especially noted for irritating opposing players, often just by talking to them as his Finnish-English "Tikkanese" or "Tiki-Talk". His regular season totals were 244 goals, 386 assists, and 1077 penalty minutes. In the playoffs he added 72 goals, 60 assists, and 275 penalty minutes. In September of 2001, Jokerit retired his number, #5, in a special ceremony.

Tikkanen is famous for his Finnish-English, sometimes referred to as "Tikkanese" or "Tiki-Talk." Even members of his team often did not understand what he was saying. Wayne Gretzky once commented, ""He brings something special. I don't know what it is, but if you ask him, you couldn't understand his answer." Current Edmonton Oiler coach and former teamate Craig MacTavish said, "Esa talks twice as much as anybody else. That's because you can understand just half what he says."

Killericon
09-09-2006, 12:45 PM
Could be the Kings Final selection here.....

We've still got a 3 rounds to go.

24champ
09-09-2006, 12:49 PM
We've still got a 3 rounds to go.

um how many lines are we doing? 4?

24champ
09-09-2006, 01:05 PM
KINGS ROSTER

http://www.paularking.com/hockey/LosAngelesKingslogo.JPG

LINE ONE
Luc Robitaille-The Great one- Jari Kurri

Eddie Shore-Chris Chelios

LINE TWO
Henri Richard-Jean Beliveau-Yvan Cournoyer

Red Kelly-Marcel Provonost


LINE THREE
Esa Tikkanen-Milt Schmidt-Dickie Moore

Kevin Lowe- Jacques Laperriere

Reserve
Marty Mcsorely

Goalies
Starting Goalie- Jacques Plante
Backup Goalie- Bill Durnan


Coaches
Head Coach- Glen Sather
Assistant Coach- Barry Melrose ;D

Mtbrncofn
09-09-2006, 08:27 PM
I'll take who Jori affectionately ;) refers to as Cementhead, LW Keith Tkachuk ( Jets, Yotes, Blues).

Jori
09-09-2006, 08:32 PM
I'll take who Jori affectionately ;) refers to as Cementhead, LW Keith Tkachuk ( Jets, Yotes, Blues).

thwack

Mtbrncofn
09-09-2006, 08:43 PM
That bad, huh?

Clockwork Orange
09-09-2006, 10:43 PM
I'll select LW - John LeClair(Canadiens, Flyers, Penguins).

http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2005/writers/darren_eliot/08/22/offseason.winners/p1_leclair.jpg

Alexander Ovechkin-Peter Forsberg-Mike Bossy
Aurel Joliat-Sergei Fedorov-Teemu Selanne
Markus Naslund-Gilbert Perrault-Daniel Alfredsson
John LeClair-Howie Morenz-Jere Lehtinen

Bobby Orr-Scott Stevens
Chris Pronger-Sergei Zubov
Mattias Norstrom-D

Vladislav Tretiak
Mike Richter

JCMElway
09-10-2006, 09:56 PM
Breck Bronc is on the clock until 12:43 AM

Killericon
09-11-2006, 12:08 AM
Draft History

1. 24champbailey C - Wayne Gretzky(Oilers, Blues, Kings, Rangers)
2. Mtbrncofn G - Patrick Roy(Canadiens, Avalanche)
3. Clockwork Orange D - Bobby Orr(Bruins, Blackhawks)
4. Breck Bronc C - Mario Lemieux(Penguins)
5. JCMElway RW - Gordie Howe(Red Wings, Whalers)
6. Jori G - Terry Sawchuck(Red Wings, Maple Leafs, Bruins, Kings, Rangers)
7. -Slap- LW - Bobby Hull(Blackhawks, Jets, Whalers)
8. killericon D - Paul Coffey(Oilers, Penguins, Kings, Red Wings, Whalers, Flyers, Blackhawks, Hurricanes, Bruins)
9. Bronco LB 52 G- Dominik Hasek(Blackhawks, Sabres, Senators, Red Wings)

10. Bronco LB 52 C- Steve Yzerman(Red Wings)
11. killericon D - Raymond Bourque(Bruins, Avalanche)
12. -Slap- D - Doug Harvey(Canadiens, Rangers, Red Wings, Blues)
13. Jori RW - Maurice Richard(Canadiens)
14. JCMElway G - Martin Brodeur(Devils)
15. Breck Bronc C - Joe Sakic(Avalanche)
16. Clockwork Orange G - Vladislav Tretiak(CSKA Moscow, Red Army)
17. Mtbrncofn D - Al MacInnis(Flames, Blues)
18. 24champbailey D - Eddie Shore(Bruins, Americans)

19. 24champbailey G - Jacques Plante(Canadiens, Blues, Maple Leafs, Bruins, Oilers)
20. Mtbrncofn C - Mark Messier(Oilers, Rangers, Canucks)
21. Clockwork Orange RW - Mike Bossy(Islanders)
22. Breck Bronc D - Larry Robinson(Kings, Canadiens)
23. JCMElway C - Marcel Dionne(Red Wings, Kings, Rangers)
24. Jori D - Nicklas Lidstrom(Red Wings)
25. -Slap- G - Ken Dryden(Canadiens)
26. killericon G - Tony Esposito(Canadiens, Blackhawks)
27. Bronco LB 52 D - Dennis Potvin(Islanders)

28. Bronco LB 52 D - Pierre Pilote(Blackhawks, Maple Leafs)
29. killericon RW - Cam Neely(Canucks, Bruins)
30. -Slap- C - Phil Esposito(Blackhawks, Bruins, Rangers)
31. Jori C - Stan Mikita(Blackhawks)
32. JCMElway RW - Jaromir Jagr(Penguins, Rangers)
33. Breck Bronc C - Bryan Trottier(Islanders, Penguins)
34. Clockwork Orange C - Peter Forsberg(Avalanche, Flyers)
35. Mtbrncofn C - Ron Francis(Whalers, Oenguins, Hurricanes)
36. 24champbailey C - Jean Béliveau(Canadiens)

37. 24champbailey LW - Luc Robitaille(Kings, Rangers, Penguins, Red Wings)
38. Mtbrncofn RW - Brett Hull(Flames, Blues, Stars, Red Wings, Coyotes)
39. Clockwork Orange D - Scott Stevens(Capitals, Blues, Devils)
40. Breck Bronc RW - Guy Lafleur(Canadiens, Rangers, Nordiques)
41. JCMElway C - Adam Oates(Red Wings, Bruins, Capitals)
42. Jori RW - Mike Gartner(Capitals, North Stars, Rangers, Maple Leafs, Coyotes)
43. -Slap- LW - Brendan Shanahan(Red Wings, Whalers, Blues, Devils)
44. killericon LW - Paul Kariya(Mighty Ducks, Avalanche, Predators)
45. Bronco LB 52 LW - Ted Lindsay(Blackhawks, Red Wings)

46. Bronco LB 52 RW - Bernie "Boom Boom" Geoffrion(Rangers, Canadiens)
47. killericon D - Rob Blake(Avalanche, Kings)
48. -Slap- D - Vladimir Konstantinov(Red Wings)
49. Jori D - Rod Langway(Canadiens, Capitals)
50. JCMElway C - Scotty Bowman(Canadiens, Penguins, Red Wings)
51. Breck Bronc D- Brian Leetch(Rangers, Maple Leafs, Bruins)
52. Clockwork Orange LW - Alexander Ovechkin(Capitals)
53. Mtbrncofn D - Phil Housley(Sabres, Jets, Blues, Flames, Devils, Capitals, Blackhawks, Maple Leafs)
54. 24champbailey RW - Jari Kurri(Oilers, Kings, Rangers, Mighty Ducks, Avalanche)

55. 24champbailey D - Chris Chelios(Canadiens, Blackhawks, Red Wings)
56. Mtbrncofn F - Peter Stastny(Nordiques, Devils, Blues)
57. Clockwork Orange D - Chris Pronger(Whalers, Blues, Oilers, Ducks)
58. Breck Bronc RW - Pavel Bure(Canucks, Panthers, Rangers)
59. JCMElway D - Viacheslav "Slava" Fetisov(USSR, Red Wings)
60. Jori LW - Johnny Bucyk(Red Wings, Bruins)
61. -Slap- C - Bobby Clarke(Flyers)
62. killericon C - Denis Savard(Blackhawks, Canadiens, Lightning)
63. Bronco LB 52 LW - Frank Mahovlich(Maple Leafs, Red Wings, Canadiens)

64. Bronco LB 52 D - Brad Park(Rangers, Bruins, Red Wings)
65. killericon RW - Dino Ciccarelli(North Stars, Red Wings, Capitals, Lightning, Panthers)
66. -Slap- D - Börje Salming(Maple Leafs, Red Wings)
67. Jori D - Serge Savard(Canadiens, Jets)
68. JCMElway LW - Bob Probert(Red Wings, Blackhawks)
69. Breck Bronc LW - Valery Kharmalov(CSKA Moscow)
70. Clockwork Orange C - Sergei Fedorov(Red Wings, Ducks, Blue Jackets)
71. Mtbrncofn LW - Dave Andreychuk(Sabres, Maple Leafs, Devils, Bruins, Avs, Lightning)
72. 24champbailey D - Leonard "Red" Kelly(Red Wings, Maple Leafs)

73. 24champbailey C - Milt Schmidt(Bruins)
74. Mtbrncofn C - Dale Hunter(Nordique, Capitals, Avalanche)
75. Clockwork Orange RW - Teemu Selanne(Jets, Ducks, Avalanche)
76. Breck Bronc C - Mats Sundin(Nordiques, Maple Leafs)
77. JCMElway D - Leo Boivin(Maple Leafs ,Bruins, Red Wings, Penguins, North Stars)
78. Jori C - Dale Hawerchuk(Jets, Sabres, Blues, Flyers)
79. -Slap- LW - Bob Gainey(Canadiens)
80. killericon D - Doug Wilson(Blackhawks, Sharks)
81. Bronco LB 52 C - Alex Delvecchio(Red Wings)

82. Bronco LB 52 RW - Andy Bathgate(Canucks, Rangers, Red Wings, Maple Leafs, Penguins, Canucks)
83. killericon C - Joe Nieuwendyk(Flames, Stars, Devils, Maple Leafs, Panthers)
84. -Slap- RW - Joe Mullen(Blues, Flames, Penguins, Bruins)
85. Jori LW - Michel Goulet(Nordiques, Blackhawks)
86. JCMElway D - Larry Murphy(Kings, Capitals, North Stars, Penguins, Red Wings)
87. Breck Bronc D - Scott Niedermayer (Devils, Mighty Ducks)
88. Clockwork Orange LW - Aurel Joliat(Canadiens)
89. Mtbrncofn C - Mike Modano(Stars)
90. 24champbailey C - Henri Richard(Canadians)

91. 24champbailey RW - Yvan Cournoyer(Canadians)
92. Mtbrncofn RW - Jarome Iginla(Flames)
93. Clockwork Orange C - Gilbert Perrault(Sabres)
94. Breck Bronc D - Guy Lapointe(Canadiens, Blues)
95. JCMElway C - Sid Abel(Red Wings, Blackhawks)
96. Jori D - Tim Horton(Maple Leafs, Rangers, Penguins, Sabres)
97. -Slap- G - Billy Smith(Islanders, Kings)
98. killericon RW - Theo Fleury(Flames, Avalanche, Rangers, Blackhawks)
99. Bronco LB 52 G - Frank Brimsek(Bruins, Blackhawks)

100. Bronco LB 52 C - Frank Boucher(Rangers)
101. killericon LW - Lanny McDonald(Maple Leafs, Rockies, Flames)
102. -Slap- RW - Owen Nolan(Nordiques, Avalanche, Sharks, Maple Leafs, Coyotes)
103. Jori C - Doug Gilmour(Blues, Flames, Maple Leafs, Devils, Blackhawks, Sabres, Canadiens)
104. JCMElway LW - Glenn Anderson(Oilers, Maple Leafs, Blues)
105. Breck Bronc G - Grant Fuhr(Oilers, Maple Leafs, Sabres, Blues)
106. Clockwork Orange LW - Markus Naslund(Penguins, Canucks)
107. Mtbrncofn D - Adam Foote(Avalanche, Blue Jackets)
108. 24champbailey RW - Richard "Dickie" Moore(Canadiens, Maple Leafs, Blues)

109. 24champbailey D - Marcel Pronovost(Red Wings, Maple Leafs)
110. Mtbrncofn LW - Ilya Kovalchuk(Thrashers)
111. Clockwork Orange D - Sergei Zubov(Rangers, Penguins, Stars)
112. Breck Bronc LW - Clark Gillies(Islanders, Sabres)
113. JCMElway RW/D - Dit Clapper(Bruins)
114. Jori C - Pat Lafontaine(Islanders)
115. -Slap- C - Joe Thornton(Bruins, Sharks)
116. killericon C - Eric Lindros(Flyers, Rangers, Maple Leafs, Stars)
117. Bronco LB 52 D - Bill Gadsby(Blackhawks, Rangers, Red Wings)

118. Bronco LB 52 D - Mark Howe(Whalers, Flyers, Red Wings)
119. killericon C - Joe Malone(Bulldogs, Canadiens)
120. -Slap- RW - Peter Bondra(Capitals, Senators, Thrashers)
121. Jori RW - Pat Verbeek(Devils, Whalers, Rangers, Stars, Red Wings)
122. JCMElway D - Butch Bouchard(Canadiens)
123. Breck Bronc D - Valery Vasiliev(Dynamo Moscow)
124. Clockwork Orange RW - Daniel Alfredsson(Senators)
125. Mtbrncofn D - Gary Suter(Flames, Blackhawks, Sharks)
126. 24champbailey G - Bill Durnan(Canadiens)

127. 24champbailey D - Jacques Laperriere(Canadiens)
128. Mtbrncofn{Traded to -Slap-} LW - Rod Brind'Amour(Blues, Flyers, Hurricanes)
129. Clockwork Orange C - Howie Morenz(Canadiens, Blackhawks, Rangers)
130. Breck Bronc RW - Rod Gilbert(Rangers)
131. JCMElway C - Cyclone Taylor(Senators, Kings, Millionaires)
132. Jori RW - Mark Recchi(Penguins, Flyers, Canadiens, Hurricanes)
133. -Slap-{Traded to Mtbrncofn} D - Ed Jovanovski(Panthers, Canucks, Coyotes)
134. killericon LW - Dave "Tiger" Williams(Maple Leafs, Canucks, Red Wings, Kings, Whalers)
135. Bronco LB 52 LW - Toe Blake(Canadiens)

136. Bronco LB 52 C - Sidney Crosby(Penguins)
137. killericon C - Darryl Sittler(Maple Leafs, Flyers, Red Wings)
138. -Slap- D - Zdeno Chára(Senators, Islanders, Bruins)
139. Jori D - Wade Redden(Senators)
140. JCMElway LW - Steve Shutt(Canadiens, Kings)
141. Breck Bronc C - Guy Carbonneau(Candiens, Blues, Stars)
142. Clockwork Orange D - Mattias Norstrom(Rangers, Kings)
143. Mtbrncofn LW - Patrik Elias(Devils)
144. 24champbailey D - Kevin Lowe(Oilers, Rangers)

145. 24champbailey D - Marty McSorley(Penguins, Oilers, Kings, Rangers, Sharks, Bruins)
146. Mtbrncofn RW - Rick Tocchet(Flyers, Pens, Kings,Bruins, Caps, Coyotes)
147. Clockwork Orange RW - Jere Lehtinen(Stars)
148. Breck Bronc RW - Claude Lemieux(Canadiens, Devils, Avalanche, Coyotes)
149. JCMElway RW - Dave Taylor(Kings)
150. Jori LW - Bill Barber(Flyers)
151. -Slap- D - Sergei Gonchar(Islanders, Bruins, Penguins)
152. killericon D - Earl Siebert(Rangers, Blackhawks, Red Wings)
153. Bronco LB 52

154. Bronco LB 52
155. killericon RW - Tie Domi(Maple Leafs, Rangers, Jets)
156. -Slap- LW - Krzysztof Oliwa(Devils, Blue Jackets, Penguins, Rangers, Bruins, Flames)
157. Jori D - Dion Phaneuf(Flames)
158. JCMElway D - Derian Hatcher(Northstars, Stars, Red Wings)
159. Breck Bronc D - Randy Carlyle(Maple Leafs, Penguins, Jets)
160. Clockwork Orange G - Mike Richter(Rangers)
161. Mtbrncofn D - Eric Desjardins(Canadiens, Flyers)
162. 24champbailey HC - Glen Sather(Oilers)

145. 24champbailey LW - Esa Tikkanen(Oilers, Rangers, Blues, Devils, Canucks, Panthers, Capitals)
146. Mtbrncofn LW - Keith Tkachuk(Jets, Coyotes, Blues)
147. Clockwork Orange LW - John LeClair(Canadiens, Flyers, Penguins)
148. Breck Bronc
149. JCMElway
150. Jori
151. -Slap-
152. killericon
153. Bronco LB 52


Alphabetical Listing

A

Abel, Sid
Alfredsson, Daniel
Anderson, Glenn
Andreychuk, Dave

B

Bathgate, Andy
Barber, Bill
Béliveau, Jean
Blake, Toe
Blake, Rob
Boivin, Leo
Bondra, Peter
Bouchard, Butch
Boucher, Frank
Bourque, Raymond
Bossy, Mike
Bowman, Scotty
Brimsek, Frank
Brind'Amour, Rod
Brodeur, Martin
Bucyk, Johnny
Bure, Pavel

C

Carbonneau, Guy
Carlyle, Randy
Clarke, Bobby
Clapper, Dit
Ciccarelli, Dino
Chára. Zdeno
Chelios, Chris
Coffey, Paul
Cournoyer, Yvan
Crosby, Sidney

D

Delvecchio, Alex
Desjardins, Eric
Dionne, Marcel
Domi, Tie
Dryden, Ken
Durnan, Bill

E

Elias, Patrik
Esposito, Phil
Esposito, Tony

F

Fedorov, Sergei
Fetisov, Viacheslav
Fleury, Theoren
Foote, Adam
Forsberg, Peter
Francis, Ron
Fuhr, Grant

G

Gadsby, Bill
Gartner, Mike
Gainey, Bob
Geoffrion, Bernie
Gilbert, Rod
Gillies, Clark
Gimour, Doug
Gonchar, Sergei
Goulet, Michel
Gretzky, Wayne

H

Hatcher, Derian
Harvey, Doug
Hasek, Dominik
Hawerchuk, Dale
Heatley, Dany
Horton, Tim
Housley, Phil
Howe, Gordie
Howe, Mark
Hull, Bobby
Hull, Brett
Hunter, Dale

I

Iginla, Jarome

J

Jagr, Jaromir
Joliat, Aurel
Jovanovski, Ed

K

Kariya, Paul
Kelly, Leonard "Red"
Kharmalov, Valery
Konstantinov, Vladimir
Kovalchuk, Ilya
Kurri, Jari

L

Lafleur, Guy
Lafontaine, Pat
Laperriere, Jacques
Lapointe, Guy
Langway, Rod
LeClair, John
Leetch, Brian
Lehtinen, Jere
Lemieux, Claude
Lemieux, Mario
Lidstrom, Nicklas
Lindsay, Ted
Lindros, Eric
Lowe, Kevin

M

MacInnis, Al
Mahovlich, Frank
McDonald, Lanny
McSorley, Marty
Messier, Mark
Mikita, Stan
Modano, Mike
Moore, Richard "Dickie"
Morenz, Howie
Mullen, Joe
Murphy, Larry

N

Naslund, Markus
Neely, Cam
Niedermayer, Scott
Nieuwendyk, Joe
Nolan, Owen
Norstrom, Mattias

O

Oates, Adam
Oliwa, Krzysztof
Orr, Bobby
Ovechkin, Alexander

P

Park, Brad
Perrault, Gilbert
Plante, Jacques
Phaneuf, Dion
Pilote, Pierre
Potvin, Dennis
Probert, Bob
Pronger, Chris
Pronovost, Marcel

Q



R

Recchi, Mark
Redden, Wade
Richard, Henri
Richard, Maurice
Richter, Mike
Robinson, Larry
Robitaille, Luc
Roy, Patrick

S

Sakic, Joe
Salming, Börje
Sather, Glen
Savard, Denis
Savard, Serge
Sawchuck, Terry
Schmidt, Milt
Selanne, Teemu
Shanahan, Brendan
Shutt, Steve
Shore, Eddie
Siebert, Earl
Smith, Billy
Stastny, Peter
Stevens, Scott
Sundin, Mats
Suter, Gary

T

Taylor, Cyclone
Taylor, Dave
Tikkanen, Esa
Tkachuk, Keith
Thornton, Joe
Tocchet, Rick
Tretiak, Vladislav
Trottier, Brian

U



V

Vasiliev, Valery

W

Williams, Dave "Tiger"
Wilson, Doug

X



Y

Yzerman, Steve

Z

Zubov, Sergei

___________________________________________

Breck Bronc is on the clock.

If anyone spots ANY errors, please inform me of them.

Also, it'd be a huge help if people posted their picks in the format displayed in the draft history.

JCMElway
09-11-2006, 09:56 AM
CW took LeClair

Killericon
09-11-2006, 02:27 PM
CW took LeClair

I had him in alphabetical...Damn.

Must've hit crtl-x instead of ctrl-c.

Breck Bronc
09-11-2006, 03:59 PM
I thought he'd be taken, but I don't see him on the alphabetical list, so I'll select G - Ed Belfour (Blackhawks,Sharks,Stars,Maple Leafs).

I don't like the man, or any of the NHL teams he's played for, or the college he attended (North Dakota), but I've always begrudgingly respected how good of a goaltender he's been. Belfour almost singlehandedly kept the Avalanche from winning more Stanley Cups with his performances in the '99 & '00 Western Conference Finals. He's won 1 Stanley Cup, 1 Calder, 2 Vezinas and is the second winningest goalie in NHL history.

http://www.photofile.com/Photos/Photos_Of_The_Day/05_10_04/thumbs/EdBelfour01.jpg

Breck Bronc
09-11-2006, 04:07 PM
http://pages.prodigy.net/oldchl/spurslogo.jpg

Mats Sundin - Mario Lemieux - Guy Lafleur
Valery Kharmalov - Joe Sakic - Pavel Bure
Clark Gillies - Bryan Trottier - Rod Gilbert
(LW) - Guy Carbonneau - Claude Lemieux

Larry Robinson - Brian Leetch
Guy Lapointe - Scott Niedermayer
Valery Vasiliev - Randy Carlyle

Grant Fuhr
Ed Belfour

-Slap-
09-11-2006, 06:11 PM
I thought he'd be taken, but I don't see him on the alphabetical list, so I'll select G - Ed Belfour (Blackhawks,Sharks,Stars,Maple Leafs).

I don't like the man, or any of the NHL teams he's played for, or the college he attended (North Dakota), but I've always begrudgingly respected how good of a goaltender he's been. Belfour almost singlehandedly kept the Avalanche from winning more Stanley Cups with his performances in the '99 & '00 Western Conference Finals. He's won 1 Stanley Cup, 1 Calder, 2 Vezinas and is the second winningest goalie in NHL history.


Eddie is also handy if you need to turn a hotel lobby upside down.

:)

Clockwork Orange
09-11-2006, 06:45 PM
Eddie is also handy if you need to turn a hotel lobby upside down.

:)

Or if you want to "redecorate" the back seat of a police car. ;D

-Slap-
09-11-2006, 06:55 PM
So, JCMElway is up and Jori is on deck.

Mtbrncofn
09-11-2006, 09:05 PM
Darn, I was hoping the other's dislike of Eddie would have let him slip to me. I don't care for him either, but he was good.

Plus I still get the hysterical giggles when I think about the "cough syrup" game.

JCMElway
09-11-2006, 09:48 PM
I love learning about these old guys.

Those Cheap Bastards select:

C - Nels "Old Poison" Stewart(Maroons/Bruins/Americans)

# Won the Hart Trophy in 1926 and 1930.
# Played in the first NHL All-Star Game in 1934.
# Led the playoffs in scoring in 1926 with six goals, three assists and nine points in eight games.
# Led the league in penalty minutes in 1927 with 133.
# Holds the NHL record for fastest two goals (4 seconds apart)

Between 1940 and 1952, Nels Stewart was the NHL's all-time goal-scoring leader. One of the most lethal offensive players of his day, he earned the nickname "Old Poison" because of his deadly accurate shot. Stewart also had a dark side, and he was more than willing to use his stick or mix it up with members of the opposition whenever the mood struck him.

After excelling in hockey with the Parkdale Canoe Club in Toronto in 1919-20, Stewart embarked on a successful five-year tenure with the Cleveland Indians of the USAHA. He led the league in goals scored in four of those seasons before he and Babe Siebert were signed by the Montreal Maroons in 1925.

The fiery center burst onto the NHL scene in 1925-26, scoring a league-high 34 goals in his first season. He also won the regular-season scoring title with 42 points and was awarded the Hart Trophy as the league's most valuable player. Stewart's infusion of skill and production helped the Maroons win the Stanley Cup in their sophomore NHL season.

In 1929-30, Stewart was teamed with Siebert and Hooley Smith to form the dreaded S Line. This formidable trio fused talent and physical play at a level rarely seen in NHL history. Stewart responded to this new assignment with a personal-best 39 goals in only 44 games. He was presented with his second Hart Trophy and his reputation as one of the most effective pivots in league history was solidified.

On January 3, 1931, Stewart set an NHL record by scoring two goals in four seconds against the Boston Bruins. This feat was unmatched until December 1995, when Deron Quint of the Winnipeg Jets produced two quick goals. The S Line was broken up when Stewart was traded to Boston prior to the 1932-33 season. In 1934 Stewart was selected to be one of the NHL All-Stars who faced off against the Toronto Maple Leafs in the historic Ace Bailey Benefit Game.

Stewart reached the 20-goal mark twice in Beantown before a trade sent him to the New York Americans in 1936-37. The trip to the Big Apple agreed with Old Poison, as he scored 20 goals in his last 32 games of the season and won the regular-season goal-scoring title for the first time since his rookie year in the NHL.

Stewart retired in 1940 with an NHL record 324 goals to his credit and his total stood as the league standard until Maurice Richard eclipsed it on November 8, 1952. The hard-driven star took his rightful place in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1962.

The story that he spat tobacco juice in the eyes of opposing goalies may be apocryphal but apparently is in keeping with his temperament on the ice. Stewart was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1962.

JCMElway
09-11-2006, 09:49 PM
Jori is on the clock until 11:47 PM CST.

Killericon
09-11-2006, 10:51 PM
If noone takes Joe Malone I'm going to cry myself to sleep.

By all accounts, the guy could've gone in the first round. He scored more goals than he played games.

Killericon
09-11-2006, 11:25 PM
If he had played as many games as Wayne Gretzy, he wouldv'e scored 1688 goals...Gretzky scored 894.

I'm really regretting forgetting this guy until AFTER my top 4 lines are full.

24champ
09-12-2006, 12:26 AM
If he had played as many games as Wayne Gretzy, he wouldv'e scored 1688 goals...Gretzky scored 894.

I'm really regretting forgetting this guy until AFTER my top 4 lines are full.

That is stretching it a bit far Killer...

hope your joking.

-Slap-
09-12-2006, 05:42 AM
If he had played as many games as Wayne Gretzy, he wouldv'e scored 1688 goals...Gretzky scored 894.

I'm really regretting forgetting this guy until AFTER my top 4 lines are full.

Drop somebody and pick him up. Nobody will mind.

Jori
09-12-2006, 07:06 AM
I know I'm on the clock, but I'll get my pick in later today. I gotta get ready to head out to Avs rookie camp.

Jori
09-12-2006, 04:20 PM
http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:XvRjWRnAbmxJAM:http://www.autograph-cards.com/Logos/Hockey/colorado_rockies_logo.gif The Colorado Rockies are proud to select:

http://www.atmos.albany.edu/student/eric/parent2.gif

G Bernie Parent

The Colorado Rockies:

Johnny Bucyk/Stan Mikita/Maurice Richard
Michel Goulet/Pat LaFontaine/Mike Gartner
Bill Barber/Dale Hawerchuk/Mark Recchi
---/Doug Gilmour/Pat Verbeek

Nicklas Lidstrom/ Serge Savard
Rod Langway/ Tim Horton
Wade Redden/ Dion Phaneuf

Terry Sawchuk
Bernie Parent

-Slap-
09-12-2006, 10:49 PM
Coach Al Arbour (Blues, Islanders)

http://www.newsday.com/media/thumbnails/photo/2003-10/9647002.jpg


Arbour holds the record for most NHL games as a player and coach (2,227) and is second all-time in games coached (1,606), career victories (781), playoff games (209), playoff wins (123) and playoff series wins (30).


Took over the expansion Islanders in their second year of existence. They were the worst team in hockey their inaugural season. Under Armour they allowed 100 fewer goals than the year before. The following season, the Islanders made it all the way to the Conference Finals before losing in seven games.


Coached only the second team in sports history to overcome a 0-3 deficit in a best of seven series.


Coached the Islanders to four consecutive Stanley Cup championships.


He also won four Stanley Cups during his 16 year career as a defenseman and he was named to two All Star games.


http://nhl.speedera.net/photos/a/arbour_hof.jpg

Killericon
09-13-2006, 01:56 PM
That is stretching it a bit far Killer...

hope your joking.

Oh, I'm not comparing him to Gretzky, I'm just saying He is the ****.

VERY WELL. I drop Dany Heatley and pick up Joe Malone.

http://www.legendsofhockey.net:8080/LegendsOfHockey/members/splash/P195006S.jpg

One of the most gifted and prolific goal scorers ever to play the game, Joe Malone became an enduring legend for decades after his retirement. While known for his unique upright skating style and revered for his excellent conduct on the ice, what set "Phantom" Joe Malone apart from the rest was an ability to find openings and weave his way through the defensive alignments of the opposition. Deceptively quick, Malone was the fastest player in the pros and possessed a lethal instinct around the net.

A native of Sillery, a suburb of Quebec City, Malone grew up on the shores of the St. Lawrence River. He was a well-rounded athlete, playing hockey, lacrosse and baseball as a boy. At 17, he played with the Quebec City Crescents in his first organized hockey game. In 1909 Malone graduated to the Quebec Bulldogs of the Eastern Canada Amateur Hockey Association, where he offered a preview of his future brilliance by accounting for eight goals in 12 games. The following year Malone played two games in Quebec, but the team ceased operations when it refused to join the newly formed National Hockey Association. He finished up the 1909-10 season with Waterloo of the Ontario Professional Hockey League.

Quebec reacquired Malone when they joined the NHA in 1911 and immediately installed him as captain. The Phantom enjoyed an outstanding seven-year career with the Bulldogs, during which the club won the Stanley Cup twice and Malone led the league in scoring for three years. The team emerged as Stanley Cup winners after taking the regular-season title in 1912. In March of that year, the Bulldogs crushed the challengers from Moncton, New Brunswick, with Malone and linemate Jack McDonald accumulating 14 of the team's 17 goals.

The 1912-13 season witnessed a powerful offensive display by Malone as he won the scoring race with 43 goals in 20 games. He centered a dominant forward line with Tommy Smith and Jack Marks. His Quebec team romped to a first-place finish in the regular season and went on to humiliate Sydney, Nova Scotia, in the Stanley Cup finals, with Malone scoring a stunning nine goals in the first match on March 8, 1913. And he continued to score at an unprecedented pace over the next four seasons, earning another scoring title in 1917.

The Bulldogs didn't join the NHL when it was formed in December 1917 and Malone soon found himself playing left wing in a Montreal Canadiens uniform. He scored a personal-best 44 goals in 20 games as part of an outstanding line with Newsy Lalonde and Didier Pitre.

Malone remained with the Canadiens for one more season before returning to Quebec for the 1919-20 schedule. It was during his last game for his hometown club against Toronto that Malone scored seven goals to establish an NHL record never matched, even by the likes of Richard, Hull, Esposito, Gretzky or Lemieux.

Malone spent the 1920-21 and 1921-22 seasons with the Hamilton Tigers, where he assumed the dual responsibilities of player and coach. He demonstrated that his offensive skill was still intact by recording 51 goals in 44 games over the two seasons. After refusing to attend the Tigers' training camp in 1922, Malone was sent back to Montreal and spent his last two years as a substitute with the Montreal Canadiens. The team won the Stanley Cup during his final NHL season in 1923-24.

One of hockey's most naturally gifted scorers, Malone totaled 343 goals in 273 regular-season contests between 1909 and 1924. He scored five or more goals in a single game 10 times in his career. Malone is a member of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame and was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1950. If he had played as many games as Wayne Gretzy, he would've scored 1688 goals.

Of course, I'm not saying he's as good as Gretzky, but he's good.

http://www.legendsofhockey.net:8080/LegendsOfHockey/gallery/000143/0227.jpg

He will play LW for me.

http://www.tonyakentphotography.com/images/blackhawks.jpg

Calgary Blackhawks Starting Roster.

1st Scoring Line:

LW - Paul Kariya
C - Denis Savard
RW - Cam Neely

2nd Scoring Line:

LW - Lanny McDonald
C - Joe Nieuwendyk
RW - Dino Ciccarelli

3rd Scoring Line:

LW - Joe Malone
C - Daryl Sittler
RW - Theo Fleury

Checking Line:

LW - Tiger Williams
C - Eric Lindros
RW - Tie Domi

Defensive Pair 1:

D - Paul Coffey
D - Rob Blake

Defensive Pair 2:

D - Raymond Bourque
D - Earl Siebert

Defensive Pair 3:

D - Doug Wilson
D -

Goalies:

1 - Tony Esposito
2 -

Head Coach -

Captain - Raymond Bourque
Alternate - Paul Kariya
Alternate - Paul Coffey
Alternate - Cam Neely

Killericon
09-14-2006, 10:41 PM
*Runs up to the Podium*

I totally forgot that I was after Slap.

Killericon selects Head Coach Don Cherry(Yea, yea, I know).

http://jbwarehouse.blogspot.com/Cherry.jpg

After the end of his playing career, Cherry struggled for a time as a Cadillac salesman and a construction worker. In the middle of the 1971-1972 season, Cherry became the coach of the AHL's Rochester Americans. After a successful three-year stint in Rochester, during which he received the award for being the AHL coach of the year, he was promoted to the NHL as head coach of the Boston Bruins.

Cherry quickly developed a reputation for being an eccentric, flamboyant coach who strongly encouraged physical play among his players. It has been alleged he modeled the Bruins' playing style after that of his dog, Blue, a feisty bull terrier. This approach worked as the Bruins, known as the "lunch-pail gang", were one of the NHL's best teams during the latter half of the 1970s, capturing the division title three times from 1977-79. The Bruins were able to defeat the rough Philadelphia Flyers twice in the playoffs under Cherry's tenure. The Bruins made the Stanley Cup finals twice, both times losing to their arch-rivals, the Montreal Canadiens, in both 1977 and 1978. Cherry won the Jack Adams Award as NHL coach of the year in 1976.

Cherry, who had an uneasy relationship with Bruins General Manager Harry Sinden, was fired by the Bruins after a critical coaching mistake during a 1979 playoff series against the Canadiens. Up by a goal with less than two minutes left in the seventh game, the Bruins were penalized for having too many men on the ice. The Canadiens scored the tying goal on the subsequent power play and ultimately won the game in overtime. Montreal went on to defeat the New York Rangers for their fourth straight Cup title.

Cherry went on to coach the Colorado Rockies the following season, but was unceremoniously dumped after one year due to a feud with the Rockies general manager. Cherry's hiring as head coach immediately rejuvenated the ailing franchise's fortunes and many believe that if Cherry had stayed on, the Rockies would have remained in Denver (they instead relocated to New Jersey). However, his outspokenness, plus General Manager Ray Miron's refusal to sign a capable goaltender beyond Hardy Astrom, hampered Cherry's efforts. Of course, Cherry didn't help things when, after watching a player ignore him and refuse to come off during a game, he reached over the boards and manhandled the offending player. His NHL career and the Rockies ended on a positive note when they defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-0 in the final game of the season. Years later, while commentating during the 2001 Stanley Cup final between the Colorado Avalanche and New Jersey Devils, Cherry recalled the experience of the Rockies' last game where he was wearing cowboy boots and after it ended, the Rockies players formed two lines so he could depart the ice between them while acknowledging the cheers of the crowd.

Cherry is the part-owner and the former coach of the Ontario Hockey League's Mississauga IceDogs. The IceDogs' first three seasons were difficult ones with the team winning a total of 16 games. Cherry took over coaching duties in the fourth season. During Cherry's one season as head coach of the Mississauga IceDogs, the team managed 11 victories (only a slight improvement) and failed to make the playoffs for the fourth straight year.

http://www.legendsofhockey.net:8080/LegendsOfHockey/gallery/000048/000105762.jpg

Bronco LB 52 is on the clock.

JCMElway
09-16-2006, 08:14 AM
Killericon is on the clock until 12:41 AM

Bronco LB 52 amy make two selections at any time.

Killericon
09-16-2006, 12:45 PM
I'm really only making thsoi pick for personal enjoyment.

Killericon selects G - Ron Hextall(Flyers, Nordiques, Islanders)

http://www.legendsofhockey.net:8080/LegendsOfHockey/trophies/winners/VZT1987.jpg

Hextall played the bulk of his career in two stints with the Philadelphia Flyers (1986-87 to 1991-92, and 1994-95 to 1998-99). He and Jacques Plante are considered responsible for revolutionizing the position of goaltender, leaving the goal mouth regularly to play the puck with their sticks. This style is now commonplace in hockey today, with goaltenders like Martin Brodeur and Rick DiPietro perfecting the art of more proactive goaltending.

Hextall was known for his aggressive play, something which made him a fan-favorite in Philadelphia. He holds the record for most penalty minutes by a goaltender in one season with 113 in 1988-1989. In the closing minutes of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens that season, Hextall, his team already down 3 games to 2 and trailing 4-2 on the scoreboard, whacked his stick and blocker pad at Canadien defenseman Chris Chelios, apparently in retaliation for Chelios' illegal, yet unpenalized, hit that left the Flyers' Brian Propp with a concussion in Game 1. Hextall received a five-minute major and a match penalty for the incident, and was suspended for the first 12 games of the 1989-90 season.

On December 8, 1987, Hextall became the first goalie in NHL history to score a goal by actually shooting the puck into an open net vacated when the opposing team replaced their netminder with an offensive player. (Because hockey's score keeping rule always credits a goal to the last offensive player to touch the puck, on November 28, 1979, Billy Smith of the NHL's New York Islanders was the first goalie to be credited with a goal; however, the puck was accidentally shot into the net by a defensive player as in an own goal.) Hextall replicated the feat in the playoffs on April 11, 1989 against the Washington Capitals, thus becoming the first goalie to score a goal in a playoff game.

Ron Hextall was also the winner of the Vezina Trophy (NHL's Best Goaltender) and the Conn Smythe Trophy (NHL Playoff MVP), as well as being named to the NHL All-Rookie Team in 1987 as a rookie for the Philadelphia Flyers, as the Flyers took the powerful Edmonton Oilers to seven games during the Stanley Cup Finals. The Calder Trophy was the only honor that eluded Hextall that year as he finished second behind Luc Robitaille. He was also remembered for a slash on Edmonton's Kent Nilsson in the 1987 Stanley Cup Finals; any Oiler player that approached the Flyers' net would receive welts on their legs from Hextall's stick.

Hextall was traded to the Quebec Nordiques in a trade involving Eric Lindros among several others. He spent the 1992-93 NHL season there, helping the Nordiques to make the playoffs for the first time in several years. Hextall then moved on to the New York Islanders for 1993-94. The Flyers reacquired him in 1994 and he helped them reach the finals in 1997, although he did not have a strong series as he let in several soft goals. He finished out his career with the Flyers in 1999.

In June of 2006, the Los Angeles Kings named Ron Hextall as Assistant General Manager. In addition, Hextall will serve as the General Manager of the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League, the Kings’ primary affiliate.

Prior to playing in the NHL, Hextall won the Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award in 1986 as the top rookie of the American Hockey League, while playing for the Hershey Bears.

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Killericon
09-16-2006, 01:01 PM
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Calgary Blackhawks Starting Roster.

1st Scoring Line:

LW - Paul Kariya
C - Denis Savard
RW - Cam Neely

2nd Scoring Line:

LW - Lanny McDonald
C - Joe Nieuwendyk
RW - Dino Ciccarelli

3rd Scoring Line:

LW - Joe Malone
C - Daryl Sittler
RW - Theo Fleury

Checking Line:

LW - Tiger Williams
C - Eric Lindros
RW - Tie Domi

Defensive Pair 1:

D - Paul Coffey
D - Rob Blake

Defensive Pair 2:

D - Raymond Bourque
D - Earl Siebert

Defensive Pair 3:

D - Doug Wilson
D -

Goalies:

1 - Tony Esposito
2 - Ron Hextall

Head Coach - Don Cherry

Captain - Raymond Bourque
Alternate - Paul Kariya
Alternate - Paul Coffey
Alternate - Cam Neely

Killericon
09-16-2006, 01:02 PM
-Slap- is on the clock.

Bronco LB 52 may make four selections at any time.

-Slap-
09-16-2006, 11:10 PM
RW, Zigmund Pallfy, (Islanders, Kings, Penguins)

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JCMElway
09-17-2006, 08:48 AM
Jori is on the clock until 1:10 AM

Bronco LB 52 may make 4 picks at any time.

Jori
09-17-2006, 12:16 PM
Coaching the Colorado Rockies will be:

Herb Brooks

JCMElway
09-17-2006, 10:18 PM
Those Cheap Bastards select:

D - Graham Drinkwater (Montreal Victorias)

One of the most versatile stars of the early days of the game, Graham Drinkwater was a fixture in the Montreal Victorias' lineup. He was a rare breed with an ability to function equally well at the defense and forward positions. Brilliant stickhandling, a natural scoring touch and team-permeating enthusiasm characterized Drinkwater's play. He was an integral component of the Montreal Victorias squad that became hockey's first dynasty with four Stanley Cup triumphs in the 1890s.

The Montreal native grew up playing many sports in his local neighborhood. As a teenager, he became an accomplished hockey and football player. In 1892-93, he starred with the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association junior team. This was a prestigious place to learn the ropes, given that the senior outfit won the first Stanley Cup ever presented that same season. Drinkwater also went on to play a prominent role on the McGill University junior and intermediate football teams.

Upon leaving McGill, Drinkwater signed with the Victoria Hockey Club of Montreal, where he figured to gain more playing time than with the MAAA squad. The talented Drinkwater's rookie season in 1895 was filled with achievement. He worked superbly with speedy cover point Mike Grant, Archie Hodgson and AHA leading scorer Haviland Routh. Drinkwater scored nine goals in eight contests to help the Victorias win the Amateur Hockey Association of Canada championship, and the title earned the club the distinction of being holders of the Stanley Cup.

In February 1896 the Winnipeg Victorias mounted a successful challenge, winning the Stanley Cup in Montreal. Later that year Drinkwater scored one of the goals when the Montreal Vics gained revenge against their western namesakes, reclaiming the Cup in a thrilling 6-5 battle. A fine center, he also spent much of this period on defense, where he once again enjoyed an outstanding working relationship with Mike Grant. In addition to their multifaceted talents, the two stars were physically the biggest members of the team.

The Montreal powerhouse continued its domination of the AHAC in 1897 by winning another league crown and maintaining possession of the Stanley Cup. Along the way they humiliated the Central Canada Hockey Association champion Ottawa Capitals by a 14-2 score, leaving no doubt of their supremacy. Drinkwater, Grant, Ernest McLea and Cam Davidson dominated for the victors in one of the most lopsided encounters in Stanley Cup history.

They were even stronger the next season when they won the AHAC title after going undefeated in the regular season. Drinkwater registered 10 goals in eight matches that year on a team that scored an average of nearly seven times per game.

Early in the 1899 season, Winnipeg ventured east to face their arch foes from Montreal. The eastern Vics won both encounters by a single goal. Drinkwater's end-to-end goal-producing rush in the first match proved to be the most memorable point in the epic struggle. Once again he lined up on defense with Mike Grant. The twosome formed an effective and entertaining partnership that served as an integral part of the Vics' Stanley Cup triumph.

The second match was Drinkwater's swan song. It was a contest talked about for years afterwards because of a heated controversy that erupted during the game. A dispute over a penalty call caused referee J.A. Findlay to leave the arena in disgust. When he returned, the Winnipeg players refused to take to the ice. The game was awarded to Montreal, which was leading 3-2 at the point of the dispute, and the Vics retained the Cup.

A month after the battle with Winnipeg, the Shamrock club took possession of the Cup by virtue of being champions of the newly formed Canadian Amateur Hockey League. This signified the end of one of the top dynasties in the history of Stanley Cup competition.

Graham Drinkwater's smooth-skating and well-rounded game made him one of the top stars during hockey's formative period. He was always a key player on the teams for which he played.

Drinkwater took his rightful place in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1950.

Breck Bronc
09-18-2006, 05:17 PM
I assume it's my pick so I'll select LW - Michael Peca (Sabres,Islanders,Oilers,Canucks).

Peca will be moving from his normal center position to an off wing as a right handed shooter. He'll fill out my checking line with Guy Carbonneau and Claude Lemieux. I wouldn't want to try and score a goal against this trio.

He's always been an excellent defensive player, winning the Selke trophy in 1997 and 2002. He's known for his hard, clean checks and smart play. He also has pretty good offensive skills for a checker.

Peca won a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2002 Winter Olympics and has helped two of his clubs get to the Stanley Cup Finals as major underdogs ('99 Sabres and '06 Oilers).

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Mats Sundin - Mario Lemieux - Guy Lafleur
Valery Kharmalov - Joe Sakic - Pavel Bure
Clark Gillies - Bryan Trottier - Rod Gilbert
Michael Peca - Guy Carbonneau - Claude Lemieux

Larry Robinson - Brian Leetch
Guy Lapointe - Scott Niedermayer
Valery Vasiliev - Randy Carlyle

Grant Fuhr
Ed Belfour

Clockwork Orange
09-19-2006, 11:55 PM
Time to take my coach. I'll select "Badger Bob" Johnson.

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...................."It's a great day for hockey."

Alexander Ovechkin-Peter Forsberg-Mike Bossy
Aurel Joliat-Sergei Fedorov-Teemu Selanne
Markus Naslund-Gilbert Perrault-Daniel Alfredsson
John LeClair-Howie Morenz-Jere Lehtinen

Bobby Orr-Scott Stevens
Chris Pronger-Sergei Zubov
Mattias Norstrom-D

Vladislav Tretiak
Mike Richter

"Badger Bob" Johnson

Mtbrncofn
09-21-2006, 08:34 AM
I feel like this is a stretch since he hasn't really proven much in his short career, but what the hey....he's only the back up to the greatest goalie ever. ;D

I'll take G Roberto Luongo ( Islanders, Panthers, Cansucks ).

-Slap-
09-23-2006, 09:44 AM
I saw an iron man triathalon once. This woman swam 2 1/2 miles, then she biked 110 miles, then she ran 26 miles. During the final mile her body just started shutting down. She was weaving and stumbling all over the place and she lost control of her bowels.

That reminds me of the way we're staggering to the finish of this thing. Since we're in the final round, (or pretty close to it), I propose those who wish to finish their team select their final player whenever they wish. Kind of festival seating if you will.

To get the puck rolling, the Cold Equations are selecting their final player right now, decorum and draft position be damned.

I'm taking the Lithuanian Hitman.

D Darius Kasparaitus (Islanders, Penguins, Avalanche, Rangers)

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Thanks everybody. I had a great time. My team is slower than I would have liked, but they're going to knock people silly and play some damn rugged defense.

-Slap-
09-23-2006, 10:07 AM
The Cold Equations

Coach Al Arbour

Bobby Hull - Phil Esposito - Joe Mullen

Brendan Shanahan - Bobby Clarke - Owen Nolan

Bob Gainey - Joe Thornton - Peter Bondra

Krzysztof Oliwa - Rod Brind'Amour - Zigmund Pallfy

Doug Harvey - Vladimir "The Vladinator" Konstantinov

Börje Salming - Zdeno Chára

Sergei Gonchar - Darius Kasparaitus

Ken Dryden

Billy Smith

Breck Bronc
09-23-2006, 11:11 AM
I agree with Slap's suggestion and his analogy couldn't have been more apt.

I've only got one more pick to make and it will be Coach - Peter Laviolette (Hurricanes, Islanders).

I want a coach who will play an uptempo, offensive game and Laviolette is one of the few modern coaches who will do that. His Stanley Cup winning Canes played an exciting brand of hockey in 2005-'06 and now he'll get a team even more suited to offensive hockey.

Killericon
09-23-2006, 06:35 PM
With his last selection, Killericon selects D Syd Howe.

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Syd Howe began skating on Patterson's Creek and the Rideau Canal in his native Ottawa, on double runners, at the age of three. By age five he had graduated to single blade skates. Howe played hockey with the Glebe Collegiate high school team and the Landsdowne Park Juveniles in 1926 before joining the Ottawa Gunner Juniors in the newly-formed Junior City Hockey League. He and his Gunners teammates became the first Ottawa club to reach the Memorial Cup finals when they took on the Regina Monarchs in 1928, losing the best-of-three final by two games to one. Howe was a top scorer during the playdowns, registering nine goals and 13 points in eight games.
He joined his native Ottawa Senators for the last 12 games of the 1929-30 National Hockey League season and was loaned to the Philadelphia Quakers for the 1930-31 season, the Quakers' only year of existence. When Ottawa suspended operations for the 1931-32 season Howe was picked up by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the Dispersal Draft but appeared in only three big-league games, spending most of his time on the farm with the Syracuse Stars of the International Hockey League. He was back with the Senators the following year and moved with the club to St.Louis, as a member of the Eagles, in 1934-35. When the Eagles experienced financial troubles in February 1935 he was traded to the Detroit Red Wings where his career could finally get on track.
Howe was on the ice in the Montreal Forum at 2:25 a.m. on March 25, 1936, when Mud Bruneteau scored in the sixth overtime period to give Detroit the win in game one of the best-of-five semi-final against the Maroons, the longest game in league history. Detroit went on to win the series and the Stanley Cup that spring and followed up with another Cup victory in 1937.
On March 19, 1940, Howe scored 25 seconds into overtime to give the Wings a 2-1 victory over the New York Americans in game one of the quarter-finals. It was Howe's most cherished moment of his career and would stand as the fastest overtime goal scored in NHL history for the next 29 years. He also set the modern-day NHL record by scoring six goals in a game on February 3, 1944, versus the New York Rangers, a recorded which has since been twice equaled but never bettered in over fifty years of play. He was named to the NHL Second Team All-Star squad as a left-winger in 1945 and played in the 1939 benefit All-Star game for Babe Siebert.
Howe was an all-around player, shifting between left wing and centre as needed, killing penalties and dropping back to play defence in a pinch. Those who watched the team closely reported that Howe's ice time with Detroit would constitute an amazing total.
Although they shared the same surname, Syd and Gordie Howe were not related. Syd Howe was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1965.

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Calgary Blackhawks Starting Roster.

1st Scoring Line:

LW - Paul Kariya
C - Denis Savard
RW - Cam Neely

2nd Scoring Line:

LW - Lanny McDonald
C - Joe Nieuwendyk
RW - Dino Ciccarelli

3rd Scoring Line:

LW - Joe Malone
C - Daryl Sittler
RW - Theo Fleury

Checking Line:

LW - Tiger Williams
C - Eric Lindros
RW - Tie Domi

Defensive Pair 1:

D - Paul Coffey
D - Rob Blake

Defensive Pair 2:

D - Raymond Bourque
D - Earl Siebert

Defensive Pair 3:

D - Doug Wilson
D - Syd Howe

Goalies:

1 - Tony Esposito
2 - Ron Hextall

Head Coach - Don Cherry

Captain - Raymond Bourque
Alternate - Paul Kariya
Alternate - Paul Coffey
Alternate - Cam Neely

Mtbrncofn
09-23-2006, 06:56 PM
Way to be at the draft, icon.

Mtbrncofn
09-23-2006, 07:35 PM
Coaching my team will be Dick Irvin, the old timer Habs coach.

Mtbrncofn
09-23-2006, 07:38 PM
Here's my final roster:

Kovalchuk-Messier-Hull
Andreychuk-Modano-Stastny
Elias- Francis- Iginla
Tkachuk-Hunter-Tocchet

MacInnis-Housley
Suter-Foote
Jovo-Desjardins

Roy
Luongo

Coach: Dick Irvin

Killericon
09-23-2006, 08:46 PM
Way to be at the draft, icon.

Zing!...?

-Slap-
09-23-2006, 09:33 PM
Zing!...?

"Sorry for flaking out on everybody" would have been a better reply, but go ahead and stick with "Zing!"

Killericon
09-23-2006, 10:37 PM
"Sorry for flaking out on everybody" would have been a better reply, but go ahead and stick with "Zing!"

I've been busy.

JCMElway
09-24-2006, 09:07 AM
Ouch. A little harsh slap. We did get through everything but the last round. Everyone feel free to make your last picks. It's been fun, nonetheless.

My final selection is the all time leader in GAA:

George Hainsworth, G, Canadiens/Maple Leafs

George Hainsworth was one of hockey's dominant goaltenders of the 1920s and 1930s and his netminding heroics became a legacy that lasted many years after he retired. He appeared relaxed while performing between the pipes, as though giving a minimum of effort. His laid-back approach and exceptional puck-stopping ability continually frustrated opposing players.

The Toronto native enjoyed a strong amateur career in Berlin (later Kitchener), Ontario. It began with a solid season with the Berlin Union Jacks junior outfit in 1911-12, leading the league in victories. This was followed by four years with the city's senior club. In the second year he backstopped the team to the OHA championship. In all four seasons, Hainsworth led the OHA in wins while developing a reputation as one of the top amateur goaltending prospects in Canada. The emerging star spent the 1916-17 season with the Kew Beach team, based in the east end of Toronto. Hainsworth next moved on to play six seasons with the Kitchener Greenshirts senior OHA team and he added another honour to his portfolio with an Allan Cup triumph in 1918.

Western Canada benefited from Hainsworth's professional debut. He spent three years with the Saskatoon Crescents of the WCHL/WHL before becoming a legend in the NHL. In 1924-25, he led the club to a second-place finish in the regular-season standings. This strong team also featured the likes of Corb Denneny as well as Bill and Bun Cook. Hainsworth's goals-against mark of 2.70 was bettered only by Harry "Hap" Holmes of the Victoria Cougars. The Crescents met the favored Cougars in the playoffs. Hainsworth was strong but the Saskatoon club lost a tough series by a 6-4 aggregate score. In each of the three years he spent out west, he led the league in games played.

Hainsworth signed with the Montreal Canadiens on August 23, 1926, after Newsy Lalonde recommended him to owner Leo Dandurand. This proved to be an accurate appraisal and the newcomer became an instant hit. He won the Vezina Trophy each of the first three years it was presented, from 1927 to 1929. In 1928-29, he enjoyed his greatest season by allowing only 43 goals in 44 games and registering 22 shutouts. A veritable workhorse, Hainsworth led all NHL goalkeepers in games played for nine years out of 10 from 1926 to 1936. He hit double figures in shutouts in his first three years in the league while posting a goals-against mark of less than 1.50.

Following his record-breaking season, the NHL's forward passing rules were modernized, making it virtually impossible for Hainsworth to post such remarkable numbers again. Still, he backstopped the Habs to the Stanley Cup in 1930 and 1931.

In 1933 he was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Lorne Chabot. This transaction made the two netminders the first goalies to play for both storied franchises. Hainsworth helped Toronto win two Canadian Division titles and make appearances in the Stanley Cup finals. On February 14, 1934, he was the Toronto goaltender in the historic Ace Bailey Benefit Game.

As a member of the Maple Leafs, Hainsworth twice led the NHL in wins, but in 1936-37, the club decided to go with young star Turk Broda on a full-time basis. Consequently Hainsworth was allowed to sign as a free agent with the Canadiens, where he played his last four big-league games.

"Little George" retired in 1937 with a 1.91 career goals-against mark, the lowest in NHL history along with Alex Connell. His 94 career shutouts were an NHL record until Terry Sawchuk surpassed him in 1963-64. His professional total would include 10 shutouts in the WHL, giving him 104 - one more than the NHL's all-time leader. His miniscule 1.91 goals-against mark reflected the low scoring climate that existed during all but two of his seasons. Although the rule changes saw his average climb only late in his career, Hainsworth was one of the top backstoppers of his time.

Hainsworth was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1961, the first year at its year-round location on the grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto

Mtbrncofn
09-24-2006, 09:25 AM
We weren't talking about this draft, JCMElway.

Jori
09-24-2006, 02:25 PM
I'll take Rick Nash to finish off my team.

Killericon
09-25-2006, 12:06 AM
Draft History

1. 24champbailey C - Wayne Gretzky(Oilers, Blues, Kings, Rangers)
2. Mtbrncofn G - Patrick Roy(Canadiens, Avalanche)
3. Clockwork Orange D - Bobby Orr(Bruins, Blackhawks)
4. Breck Bronc C - Mario Lemieux(Penguins)
5. JCMElway RW - Gordie Howe(Red Wings, Whalers)
6. Jori G - Terry Sawchuck(Red Wings, Maple Leafs, Bruins, Kings, Rangers)
7. -Slap- LW - Bobby Hull(Blackhawks, Jets, Whalers)
8. killericon D - Paul Coffey(Oilers, Penguins, Kings, Red Wings, Whalers, Flyers, Blackhawks, Hurricanes, Bruins)
9. Bronco LB 52 G- Dominik Hasek(Blackhawks, Sabres, Senators, Red Wings)

10. Bronco LB 52 C- Steve Yzerman(Red Wings)
11. killericon D - Raymond Bourque(Bruins, Avalanche)
12. -Slap- D - Doug Harvey(Canadiens, Rangers, Red Wings, Blues)
13. Jori RW - Maurice Richard(Canadiens)
14. JCMElway G - Martin Brodeur(Devils)
15. Breck Bronc C - Joe Sakic(Avalanche)
16. Clockwork Orange G - Vladislav Tretiak(CSKA Moscow, Red Army)
17. Mtbrncofn D - Al MacInnis(Flames, Blues)
18. 24champbailey D - Eddie Shore(Bruins, Americans)

19. 24champbailey G - Jacques Plante(Canadiens, Blues, Maple Leafs, Bruins, Oilers)
20. Mtbrncofn C - Mark Messier(Oilers, Rangers, Canucks)
21. Clockwork Orange RW - Mike Bossy(Islanders)
22. Breck Bronc D - Larry Robinson(Kings, Canadiens)
23. JCMElway C - Marcel Dionne(Red Wings, Kings, Rangers)
24. Jori D - Nicklas Lidstrom(Red Wings)
25. -Slap- G - Ken Dryden(Canadiens)
26. killericon G - Tony Esposito(Canadiens, Blackhawks)
27. Bronco LB 52 D - Dennis Potvin(Islanders)

28. Bronco LB 52 D - Pierre Pilote(Blackhawks, Maple Leafs)
29. killericon RW - Cam Neely(Canucks, Bruins)
30. -Slap- C - Phil Esposito(Blackhawks, Bruins, Rangers)
31. Jori C - Stan Mikita(Blackhawks)
32. JCMElway RW - Jaromir Jagr(Penguins, Rangers)
33. Breck Bronc C - Bryan Trottier(Islanders, Penguins)
34. Clockwork Orange C - Peter Forsberg(Avalanche, Flyers)
35. Mtbrncofn C - Ron Francis(Whalers, Oenguins, Hurricanes)
36. 24champbailey C - Jean Béliveau(Canadiens)

37. 24champbailey LW - Luc Robitaille(Kings, Rangers, Penguins, Red Wings)
38. Mtbrncofn RW - Brett Hull(Flames, Blues, Stars, Red Wings, Coyotes)
39. Clockwork Orange D - Scott Stevens(Capitals, Blues, Devils)
40. Breck Bronc RW - Guy Lafleur(Canadiens, Rangers, Nordiques)
41. JCMElway C - Adam Oates(Red Wings, Bruins, Capitals)
42. Jori RW - Mike Gartner(Capitals, North Stars, Rangers, Maple Leafs, Coyotes)
43. -Slap- LW - Brendan Shanahan(Red Wings, Whalers, Blues, Devils)
44. killericon LW - Paul Kariya(Mighty Ducks, Avalanche, Predators)
45. Bronco LB 52 LW - Ted Lindsay(Blackhawks, Red Wings)

46. Bronco LB 52 RW - Bernie "Boom Boom" Geoffrion(Rangers, Canadiens)
47. killericon D - Rob Blake(Avalanche, Kings)
48. -Slap- D - Vladimir Konstantinov(Red Wings)
49. Jori D - Rod Langway(Canadiens, Capitals)
50. JCMElway C - Scotty Bowman(Canadiens, Penguins, Red Wings)
51. Breck Bronc D- Brian Leetch(Rangers, Maple Leafs, Bruins)
52. Clockwork Orange LW - Alexander Ovechkin(Capitals)
53. Mtbrncofn D - Phil Housley(Sabres, Jets, Blues, Flames, Devils, Capitals, Blackhawks, Maple Leafs)
54. 24champbailey RW - Jari Kurri(Oilers, Kings, Rangers, Mighty Ducks, Avalanche)

55. 24champbailey D - Chris Chelios(Canadiens, Blackhawks, Red Wings)
56. Mtbrncofn F - Peter Stastny(Nordiques, Devils, Blues)
57. Clockwork Orange D - Chris Pronger(Whalers, Blues, Oilers, Ducks)
58. Breck Bronc RW - Pavel Bure(Canucks, Panthers, Rangers)
59. JCMElway D - Viacheslav "Slava" Fetisov(USSR, Red Wings)
60. Jori LW - Johnny Bucyk(Red Wings, Bruins)
61. -Slap- C - Bobby Clarke(Flyers)
62. killericon C - Denis Savard(Blackhawks, Canadiens, Lightning)
63. Bronco LB 52 LW - Frank Mahovlich(Maple Leafs, Red Wings, Canadiens)

64. Bronco LB 52 D - Brad Park(Rangers, Bruins, Red Wings)
65. killericon RW - Dino Ciccarelli(North Stars, Red Wings, Capitals, Lightning, Panthers)
66. -Slap- D - Börje Salming(Maple Leafs, Red Wings)
67. Jori D - Serge Savard(Canadiens, Jets)
68. JCMElway LW - Bob Probert(Red Wings, Blackhawks)
69. Breck Bronc LW - Valery Kharmalov(CSKA Moscow)
70. Clockwork Orange C - Sergei Fedorov(Red Wings, Ducks, Blue Jackets)
71. Mtbrncofn LW - Dave Andreychuk(Sabres, Maple Leafs, Devils, Bruins, Avs, Lightning)
72. 24champbailey D - Leonard "Red" Kelly(Red Wings, Maple Leafs)

73. 24champbailey C - Milt Schmidt(Bruins)
74. Mtbrncofn C - Dale Hunter(Nordique, Capitals, Avalanche)
75. Clockwork Orange RW - Teemu Selanne(Jets, Ducks, Avalanche)
76. Breck Bronc C - Mats Sundin(Nordiques, Maple Leafs)
77. JCMElway D - Leo Boivin(Maple Leafs ,Bruins, Red Wings, Penguins, North Stars)
78. Jori C - Dale Hawerchuk(Jets, Sabres, Blues, Flyers)
79. -Slap- LW - Bob Gainey(Canadiens)
80. killericon D - Doug Wilson(Blackhawks, Sharks)
81. Bronco LB 52 C - Alex Delvecchio(Red Wings)

82. Bronco LB 52 RW - Andy Bathgate(Canucks, Rangers, Red Wings, Maple Leafs, Penguins, Canucks)
83. killericon C - Joe Nieuwendyk(Flames, Stars, Devils, Maple Leafs, Panthers)
84. -Slap- RW - Joe Mullen(Blues, Flames, Penguins, Bruins)
85. Jori LW - Michel Goulet(Nordiques, Blackhawks)
86. JCMElway D - Larry Murphy(Kings, Capitals, North Stars, Penguins, Red Wings)
87. Breck Bronc D - Scott Niedermayer (Devils, Mighty Ducks)
88. Clockwork Orange LW - Aurel Joliat(Canadiens)
89. Mtbrncofn C - Mike Modano(Stars)
90. 24champbailey C - Henri Richard(Canadians)

91. 24champbailey RW - Yvan Cournoyer(Canadians)
92. Mtbrncofn RW - Jarome Iginla(Flames)
93. Clockwork Orange C - Gilbert Perrault(Sabres)
94. Breck Bronc D - Guy Lapointe(Canadiens, Blues)
95. JCMElway C - Sid Abel(Red Wings, Blackhawks)
96. Jori D - Tim Horton(Maple Leafs, Rangers, Penguins, Sabres)
97. -Slap- G - Billy Smith(Islanders, Kings)
98. killericon RW - Theo Fleury(Flames, Avalanche, Rangers, Blackhawks)
99. Bronco LB 52 G - Frank Brimsek(Bruins, Blackhawks)

100. Bronco LB 52 C - Frank Boucher(Rangers)
101. killericon LW - Lanny McDonald(Maple Leafs, Rockies, Flames)
102. -Slap- RW - Owen Nolan(Nordiques, Avalanche, Sharks, Maple Leafs, Coyotes)
103. Jori C - Doug Gilmour(Blues, Flames, Maple Leafs, Devils, Blackhawks, Sabres, Canadiens)
104. JCMElway LW - Glenn Anderson(Oilers, Maple Leafs, Blues)
105. Breck Bronc G - Grant Fuhr(Oilers, Maple Leafs, Sabres, Blues)
106. Clockwork Orange LW - Markus Naslund(Penguins, Canucks)
107. Mtbrncofn D - Adam Foote(Avalanche, Blue Jackets)
108. 24champbailey RW - Richard "Dickie" Moore(Canadiens, Maple Leafs, Blues)

109. 24champbailey D - Marcel Pronovost(Red Wings, Maple Leafs)
110. Mtbrncofn LW - Ilya Kovalchuk(Thrashers)
111. Clockwork Orange D - Sergei Zubov(Rangers, Penguins, Stars)
112. Breck Bronc LW - Clark Gillies(Islanders, Sabres)
113. JCMElway RW/D - Dit Clapper(Bruins)
114. Jori C - Pat Lafontaine(Islanders)
115. -Slap- C - Joe Thornton(Bruins, Sharks)
116. killericon C - Eric Lindros(Flyers, Rangers, Maple Leafs, Stars)
117. Bronco LB 52 D - Bill Gadsby(Blackhawks, Rangers, Red Wings)

118. Bronco LB 52 D - Mark Howe(Whalers, Flyers, Red Wings)
119. killericon C - Joe Malone(Bulldogs, Canadiens)
120. -Slap- RW - Peter Bondra(Capitals, Senators, Thrashers)
121. Jori RW - Pat Verbeek(Devils, Whalers, Rangers, Stars, Red Wings)
122. JCMElway D - Butch Bouchard(Canadiens)
123. Breck Bronc D - Valery Vasiliev(Dynamo Moscow)
124. Clockwork Orange RW - Daniel Alfredsson(Senators)
125. Mtbrncofn D - Gary Suter(Flames, Blackhawks, Sharks)
126. 24champbailey G - Bill Durnan(Canadiens)

127. 24champbailey D - Jacques Laperriere(Canadiens)
128. Mtbrncofn{Traded to -Slap-} LW - Rod Brind'Amour(Blues, Flyers, Hurricanes)
129. Clockwork Orange C - Howie Morenz(Canadiens, Blackhawks, Rangers)
130. Breck Bronc RW - Rod Gilbert(Rangers)
131. JCMElway C - Cyclone Taylor(Senators, Kings, Millionaires)
132. Jori RW - Mark Recchi(Penguins, Flyers, Canadiens, Hurricanes)
133. -Slap-{Traded to Mtbrncofn} D - Ed Jovanovski(Panthers, Canucks, Coyotes)
134. killericon LW - Dave "Tiger" Williams(Maple Leafs, Canucks, Red Wings, Kings, Whalers)
135. Bronco LB 52 LW - Toe Blake(Canadiens)

136. Bronco LB 52 C - Sidney Crosby(Penguins)
137. killericon C - Darryl Sittler(Maple Leafs, Flyers, Red Wings)
138. -Slap- D - Zdeno Chára(Senators, Islanders, Bruins)
139. Jori D - Wade Redden(Senators)
140. JCMElway LW - Steve Shutt(Canadiens, Kings)
141. Breck Bronc C - Guy Carbonneau(Candiens, Blues, Stars)
142. Clockwork Orange D - Mattias Norstrom(Rangers, Kings)
143. Mtbrncofn LW - Patrik Elias(Devils)
144. 24champbailey D - Kevin Lowe(Oilers, Rangers)

145. 24champbailey D - Marty McSorley(Penguins, Oilers, Kings, Rangers, Sharks, Bruins)
146. Mtbrncofn RW - Rick Tocchet(Flyers, Pens, Kings,Bruins, Caps, Coyotes)
147. Clockwork Orange RW - Jere Lehtinen(Stars)
148. Breck Bronc RW - Claude Lemieux(Canadiens, Devils, Avalanche, Coyotes)
149. JCMElway RW - Dave Taylor(Kings)
150. Jori LW - Bill Barber(Flyers)
151. -Slap- D - Sergei Gonchar(Islanders, Bruins, Penguins)
152. killericon D - Earl Siebert(Rangers, Blackhawks, Red Wings)
153. Bronco LB 52

154. Bronco LB 52
155. killericon RW - Tie Domi(Maple Leafs, Rangers, Jets)
156. -Slap- LW - Krzysztof Oliwa(Devils, Blue Jackets, Penguins, Rangers, Bruins, Flames)
157. Jori D - Dion Phaneuf(Flames)
158. JCMElway D - Derian Hatcher(Northstars, Stars, Red Wings)
159. Breck Bronc D - Randy Carlyle(Maple Leafs, Penguins, Jets)
160. Clockwork Orange G - Mike Richter(Rangers)
161. Mtbrncofn D - Eric Desjardins(Canadiens, Flyers)
162. 24champbailey HC - Glen Sather(Oilers)

163. 24champbailey LW - Esa Tikkanen(Oilers, Rangers, Blues, Devils, Canucks, Panthers, Capitals)
164. Mtbrncofn LW - Keith Tkachuk(Jets, Coyotes, Blues)
165. Clockwork Orange LW - John LeClair(Canadiens, Flyers, Penguins)
166. Breck Bronc G - Ed Belfour(Blackhawks, Sharks, Stars, Maple Leafs)
167. JCMElway C - Nels "Old Poison" Stewart(Maroons, Bruins, Americans)
168. Jori G - Bernie Parent(Bruins, Flyer, Maple Leafs)
169. -Slap- HC - Al Arbour(Blues, Islanders)
170. killericon HC - Don Cherry(Bruins, Rockies)
171. Bronco LB 52

172. Bronco LB 52
173. killericon G - Ron Hextall(Flyers, Nordiques, Islanders)
174. -Slap- RW - Zigmund Pallfy(Islanders, Kings, Penguins)
175. Jori HC - Herb Brooks(Rangers, North Stars, Devils, Penguins)
176. JCMElway D - Graham Drinkwater(Victorias)
177. Breck Bronc LW - Michael Peca(Sabres, Islanders, Oilers, Canucks, Maple Leafs)
178. Clockwork Orange HC - Robert "Badger Bob" Johnson(Flames, North Stars, Penguins
179. Mtbrncofn G - Roberto Luongo(Islanders, Panthers, Cannucks)
180. 24champbailey

181. 24champbailey
182. Mtbrncofn HC - Dick Irvin(Bl;ackhawks, Maple Leafs, Canadiens)
183. Clockwork Orange
184. Breck Bronc HC - Peter Laviolette(Hurricanes, Islanders)
185. JCMElway G - George Hainsworth(Canadiens, Maple Leafs)
186. Jori LW - Rick Nash(Blue Jackets)
187. -Slap- D - Darius Kasparaitus(Islanders, Penguins, Avalanche, Rangers)
188. killericon D - Syd Howe(Maple Leafs, Senators, Eagles, Red Wings)
189. Bronco LB 52



Alphabetical Listing

A

Abel, Sid
Alfredsson, Daniel
Anderson, Glenn
Andreychuk, Dave
Arbour, Al

B

Bathgate, Andy
Barber, Bill
Béliveau, Jean
Belfour, Ed
Blake, Toe
Blake, Rob
Boivin, Leo
Bondra, Peter
Bouchard, Butch
Boucher, Frank
Bourque, Raymond
Bossy, Mike
Bowman, Scotty
Brimsek, Frank
Brind'Amour, Rod
Brodeur, Martin
Brooks, Herb
Bucyk, Johnny
Bure, Pavel

C

Carbonneau, Guy
Carlyle, Randy
Clarke, Bobby
Clapper, Dit
Ciccarelli, Dino
Chára. Zdeno
Cherry, Don
Chelios, Chris
Coffey, Paul
Cournoyer, Yvan
Crosby, Sidney

D

Delvecchio, Alex
Desjardins, Eric
Dionne, Marcel
Domi, Tie
Drinkwater, Graham
Dryden, Ken
Durnan, Bill

E

Elias, Patrik
Esposito, Phil
Esposito, Tony

F

Fedorov, Sergei
Fetisov, Viacheslav
Fleury, Theoren
Foote, Adam
Forsberg, Peter
Francis, Ron
Fuhr, Grant

G

Gadsby, Bill
Gartner, Mike
Gainey, Bob
Geoffrion, Bernie
Gilbert, Rod
Gillies, Clark
Gimour, Doug
Gonchar, Sergei
Goulet, Michel
Gretzky, Wayne

H

Hainsworth, George
Hatcher, Derian
Harvey, Doug
Hasek, Dominik
Hawerchuk, Dale
Hextall, Ron
Horton, Tim
Housley, Phil
Howe, Gordie
Howe, Mark
Howe, Syd
Hull, Bobby
Hull, Brett
Hunter, Dale

I

Iginla, Jarome
Irvin, Dick

J

Jagr, Jaromir
Joliat, Aurel
Johnson, Robert "Badger Bob"
Jovanovski, Ed

K

Kariya, Paul
Kasparaitus, Darius
Kelly, Leonard "Red"
Kharmalov, Valery
Konstantinov, Vladimir
Kovalchuk, Ilya
Kurri, Jari

L

Lafleur, Guy
Lafontaine, Pat
Laperriere, Jacques
Lapointe, Guy
Langway, Rod
Laviolette, Peter
LeClair, John
Leetch, Brian
Lehtinen, Jere
Lemieux, Claude
Lemieux, Mario
Lidstrom, Nicklas
Lindsay, Ted
Lindros, Eric
Lowe, Kevin

M

MacInnis, Al
Mahovlich, Frank
McDonald, Lanny
McSorley, Marty
Messier, Mark
Mikita, Stan
Modano, Mike
Moore, Richard "Dickie"
Morenz, Howie
Mullen, Joe
Murphy, Larry

N

Naslund, Markus
Nash, Rick
Neely, Cam
Niedermayer, Scott
Nieuwendyk, Joe
Nolan, Owen
Norstrom, Mattias

O

Oates, Adam
Oliwa, Krzysztof
Orr, Bobby
Ovechkin, Alexander

P

Pallfy, Zigmund
Park, Brad
Parent, Bernie
Peca, Michael
Perrault, Gilbert
Plante, Jacques
Phaneuf, Dion
Pilote, Pierre
Potvin, Dennis
Probert, Bob
Pronger, Chris
Pronovost, Marcel

Q



R

Recchi, Mark
Redden, Wade
Richard, Henri
Richard, Maurice
Richter, Mike
Luongo, Roberto
Robinson, Larry
Robitaille, Luc
Roy, Patrick

S

Sakic, Joe
Salming, Börje
Sather, Glen
Savard, Denis
Savard, Serge
Sawchuck, Terry
Schmidt, Milt
Selanne, Teemu
Shanahan, Brendan
Shutt, Steve
Shore, Eddie
Siebert, Earl
Smith, Billy
Stastny, Peter
Stevens, Scott
Stewart, Nels "Old Poison"
Sundin, Mats
Suter, Gary

T

Taylor, Cyclone
Taylor, Dave
Tikkanen, Esa
Tkachuk, Keith
Thornton, Joe
Tocchet, Rick
Tretiak, Vladislav
Trottier, Brian

U



V

Vasiliev, Valery

W

Williams, Dave "Tiger"
Wilson, Doug

X



Y

Yzerman, Steve

Z

Zubov, Sergei

___________________________________________

Bronco LB 52 has 5 selections to make.
24champbailey has 2 selections to make.
Clockwork Orange has one selection to make.

If anyone spots ANY errors, please inform me of them.

Also, it'd be a huge help if people posted their picks in the format displayed in the draft history.

Killericon
09-25-2006, 12:08 AM
If anyone's interested in rating each other's squads once we get the roster finalized, that'd be great, everyone. If not, it's been a great draft.

Also, If you could post your finalized roster, that'd be great.

Thanks a lot, though I think I may have gotten schooled...

Killericon
09-25-2006, 12:14 AM
http://www.tonyakentphotography.com/images/blackhawks.jpg

Calgary Blackhawks Starting Roster.

1st Scoring Line:

LW - Paul Kariya
C - Denis Savard
RW - Cam Neely

2nd Scoring Line:

LW - Lanny McDonald
C - Daryl Sittler
RW - Dino Ciccarelli

3rd Scoring Line:

LW - Joe Malone
C - Joe Nieuwendyk
RW - Theo Fleury

Checking Line:

LW - Tiger Williams
C - Eric Lindros
RW - Tie Domi

Defensive Pair 1:

D - Paul Coffey
D - Rob Blake

Defensive Pair 2:

D - Raymond Bourque
D - Earl Siebert

Defensive Pair 3:

D - Doug Wilson
D - Syd Howe

Goalies:

1 - Tony Esposito
2 - Ron Hextall

Head Coach - Don Cherry

Captain - Raymond Bourque
Alternate - Paul Kariya
Alternate - Paul Coffey
Alternate - Cam Neely

Killericon
09-27-2006, 04:22 PM
Where did everyone go?

JCMElway
09-27-2006, 04:26 PM
I'M POSTING A ROSTER SOON AND I'LL GO AHEAD AND RATE THE TEAMS. ALTHOUGH MY HOCKEY KNOWLEDGE IS NOT AS GREAT as my football knowledge.

Still, I think I put together a solid roster with a nice balance of speed and toughness.

Killericon
09-27-2006, 11:31 PM
I'M POSTING A ROSTER SOON AND I'LL GO AHEAD AND RATE THE TEAMS. ALTHOUGH MY HOCKEY KNOWLEDGE IS NOT AS GREAT as my football knowledge.

Still, I think I put together a solid roster with a nice balance of speed and toughness.

STOP SCREAMING AT ME!

You done good, don't worry about it. It's just I messaged everyone who has picks to make, and they've not shown yet...Bummer.

JCMElway
06-26-2007, 02:51 AM
Bump