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Old 08-22-2006, 02:43 AM   #401
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Old 08-22-2006, 10:43 AM   #402
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The Colorado Rockies are proud to select:



C Pat LaFontaine


The Colorado Rockies:

Johnny Bucyk/Stan Mikita/Maurice Richard
Michel Goulet/Pat LaFontaine/Mike Gartner
---/Dale Hawerchuk/---
---/Doug Gilmour/---

Nicklas Lidstrom/ Serge Savard
Rod Langway/ Tim Horton

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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

100. Bronco LB 52
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. MtbrncofnD - 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 -- Ilya Kovalchuk, LW, Thrashers
111. Clockwork Orange -- Sergei Zubov, D, Rangers, Penguins, Stars
112. Breck Bronc -- Clark Gillies, LW, Islanders, Sabres
113. JCMElway -- Dit Clapper, RW/D, Bruins
114. Jori -- Pat Lafontaine, C, Islanders
115. -Slap- Joe Thorton
116. killericon -- On the clock until 12:24 PM CST
117. Bronco LB 52

Alphabetical Listing

A

Abel, Sid
Anderson, Glenn
Andreychuk, Dave

B

Bathgate, Andy
Béliveau, Jean
Blake, Rob
Boivin, Leo
Bourque, Raymond
Bossy, Mike
Bowman, Scotty
Brodeur, Martin
Bucyk, Johnny
Bure, Pavel

C

Clapper, Dit
Clarke, Bobby
Ciccarelli, Dino
Coffey, Paul
Cournoyer, Yvan
Chelios, Chris

D

Delvecchio, Alex
Dionne, Marcel
Dryden, Ken

E

Esposito, Phil
Esposito, Tony

F

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

G

Gartner, Mike
Gainey, Bob
Geoffrion, Bernie
Gilles, Clark
Gimour, Doug
Goulet, Michel
Gretzky, Wayne

H

Harvey, Doug
Hasek, Dominik
Hawerchuk, Dale
Horton, Tim
Housley, Phil
Howe, Gordie
Hull, Bobby
Hull, Brett
Hunter, Dale

I

Iginla, Jarome

J

Jagr, Jaromir
Joliat, Aurel

K

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

L

Lafleur, Guy
Lafontaine, Pat
Lapointe, Guy
Langway, Rod
Leetch, Brian
Lemieux, Mario
Lidstrom, Nicklas
Lindsay, Ted

M

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

N

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

O

Oates, Adam
Orr, Bobby
Ovechkin, Alexander

P

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

Q



R

Richard, Henri
Richard, Maurice
Robinson, Larry
Robitaille, Luc
Roy, Patrick

S

Sakic, Joe
Salming, Börje
Savard, Denis
Savard, Serge
Sawchuck, Terry
Schmidt, Milt
Selanne, Teemu
Shanahan, Brendan
Shore, Eddie
Smith, Billy
Stastny, Peter
Stevens, Scott
Sundin, Mats

T

Thorton, Joe
Tretiak, Vladislav
Trottier, Brian

U



V



W

Wilson, Doug

X



Y

Yzerman, Steve

Z

Zubov, Sergi


Killericon is on the clock.

Bronco LB 52 may make two selections at any time.

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Old 08-22-2006, 12:24 PM   #404
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Old 08-22-2006, 09:56 PM   #405
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Someone needs to get ahold of Bronco LB.

Killericon selects C Eric Lindros, and finally gets some toughness.




Since he was a teenager, a big man-sized teenager with quick feet and hands, Eric Lindros had been making hockey headlines. He was called "the Next One" as a youngster, when expectations for the burly center matched those of his superstar predecessors, Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux.
At the age of 15, Lindros was playing for the St. Mike's Junior B team. He had 67 points in 37 games and made a habit of walloping players who were sometimes six years older, racking up 193 minutes in penalties along the way. Though he was huge and talented, Lindros lacked confidence off the ice. When he was eligible for the junior draft as a 16-year-old, his mother and father asked the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds not to choose their son since the team was situated too far away. The Greyhounds drafted him anyway, as they had Wayne Gretzky in 1977, but, unlike Gretzky, Lindros refused to report. He played instead with a Detroit junior team, Compuware. He was pleased when the Greyhounds traded his rights to the Oshawa Generals, a team just outside Toronto, for three players, three future draft picks and $80,000. Prior to joining the Generals, Lindros made his first of three appearances at the World Junior Championships.
Upon his arrival with the Generals, Lindros averaged two points a game and led the team to the Memorial Cup in 1990. He was named CHL Player-of-the-Year the next season after leading the OHL with 149 points and earning Canada another gold medal at the World Junior Championships in Saskatoon, topping the team with 11 points in the seven games.
The junior draft debacle was repeated at the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. He was the best player available and the Quebec Nordiques had the first overall pick. Once again Lindros's parents informed Quebec management that Eric wasn't interested in playing for the Nordiques.
And once again the team ignored the complaints and chose Lindros. He refused to report, beginning a long and dramatic year for the promising player and the Nordiques. Even though Lindros had never played in the NHL, he was invited to the Team Canada training camp for the 1991 Canada Cup. He silenced many critics who said he'd never played against the game's elite with his physical play and scoring ability, often dominating many of the best pro players in the game on his way to making the team and playing in the tournament.
After his Canada Cup experience, Lindros returned for his third World Junior Championship in 1992 in Lindros stayed in the Canadian national team program for the 1991-92 season, winning a silver medal at the Albertville Olympics in 1992 rather than joining Quebec in the NHL. In June 1992 the Nordiques at the draft finally arranged a trade. There was initially some confusion about which of two teams actually made a trade for Lindros first. The New York Rangers and the Philadelphia Flyers both felt they'd obtained the phenomenon. It was decided that the Flyers had indeed consummated a trade, sending six players (including Peter Forsberg, Mike Ricci, Ron Hextall and Steve Duchesne), two first-round draft choices and $15 million to the Nordiques for Lindros. The players who went to the Nordiques established Quebec, and later Colorado when the franchise moved, as a championship contender and then Stanley Cup winner in Denver.
Life wouldn't be as easy in Philly for Lindros, who, despite a huge contract that paid him approximately what his boyhood idol Mark Messier earned, still hadn't played a game in the league. In his first season, in 1992-93, he was met with an outpouring of anger when he visited Quebec. But he set a Flyers record in his first season with 41 goals and improved his offensive totals over the next two seasons while maintaining a combative edge to his play. In 1994-95, the lockout-shortened season, Lindros tied with Jaromir Jagr for the scoring lead, and though he lost the Art Ross Trophy because he scored fewer goals, he won the Hart Trophy as the league's most valuable player and captured the Lester B. Pearson Award.
The Flyers began to round into form with Lindros as its captain in 1995-96. His line with John LeClair and Mikael Renberg came to be known as "the Legion of Doom" and beat up opposing defense to help Lindros score 115 points. Lindros added to his impressive international resume at the 1996 World Cup, though Team Canada fell short of expected victory. The next season in the NHL, he returned from a nagging knee injury as Philadelphia marched all the way to the Stanley Cup finals, leading all playoff scorers with 26 points en route to a heartbreaking loss to Detroit.
Lindros's ascension to the top ranks of the game became complete when he was made Team Canada's captain for the 1998 Nagano Olympics.
Injuries continued to haunt him near the turn of the century, taking different forms as his aggressive ways took a toll on his huge body. His younger brother, Brett, was forced out of the league after receiving one too many concussions in 1996 and Eric missed the 1999 playoffs with a collapsed lung that forced him to watch the Flyers from the sidelines as they lost their series with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Lindros's 1999-00 season was a shambles. He suffered four concussions, the last the result of a devastating hit from New Jersey's Scott Stevens in the Stanley Cup semifinals, that left his career in doubt. In the fall of 2000, Lindros demanded a trade to Toronto, but after a year in which Clarke refused to accommodate him, Lindros was sent to New York to resume his career with the Rangers. Upon his arrival in the Big Apple, Lindros has had seasons of 73 and 53 points while representing his country for the third time at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, adding a gold medal to his previous silver that he won in 1992 in Albertville. Injuries continued to plague Lindros in 2003-04, limiting the burly winger to a mere 39 games, before he was acquired by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the summer of 2005.

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How appropriate that you posted a picture of Lindros with his head down.
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Killericon selects C Eric Lindros, and finally gets some toughness.

Toughness. Eric Lindros.
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Toughness. Eric Lindros.
I beleive the agreed upon concept was that we drafted them while in their PRIME? You know, Legion of Doom style?

Well, in any case, I got me a Hart Trophy winner.
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Ok. If it makes you feel better.
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I need some help here. I need to put Stastny on a wing. Which one?
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I need some help here. I need to put Stastny on a wing. Which one?
Right wing. He's right handed.
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K, that's what I was thinking too. Thanks!
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Wow I have we fallen off the wagon! It's my selection, be up in a minute.

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Those Cheap Bastards select Butch Bouchard, D, Canadiens.

The Montreal Canadiens relied heavily on defenseman Butch Bouchard for 15 seasons. His robust play contributed to the Habs' defense while his alert passing was an integral component of the team's exemplary transitional game. Bouchard was a tall and strong competitor who used his physical attributes to advantage although he was never known as a bully by his peers.

The Montreal native gained valuable amateur experience with the Verdun Maple Leafs and Montreal Junior Canadiens. Late in the 1940-41 season, the Habs sent him to the Providence Reds of the AHL for a 12-game trial. Bouchard exhibited tremendous poise and impressed coaches by registering three goals in his relatively short minor pro stint.

The young rearguard made his biggest impression at the Canadiens' training camp prior to the 1941-42 season. Unlike some of the veterans, and rare for the day, he was in top physical condition from the outset of the pre-season. He upset some of his teammates with his tough physical approach to practices. The Canadiens hadn't fared well in recent years and, if anything, they required an injection of youthful passion to help ignite the team again. This may have been one of Bouchard's most important contributions to the organization.

Bouchard developed into a tough stay-at-home defenseman whose physical game was a superb complement to defense partner Doug Harvey, one of the game's all-time great rushing blueliners. And it shouldn't be overlooked that Bouchard's exceptional hockey sense and accurate passing often started the offensive rushes for which the Canadiens became famous in the 1940s and 1950s. Physically, Bouchard was remarkably strong and often broke up fights on the ice by grabbing hold of each combatant with his enormous hands. To his credit, he never abused his powerful attributes and most opponents wisely avoided provoking him. In turn, he rarely fought.
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I think we're out of order, JCMElway. I believe it should have been Killericon's pick when you selected Bouchard.

Icon made the Lindros pick, which generated some spitballs from the back of the classroom, then BroncoLB52 made his back to back picks of Frank Brimsek and Frank Boucher.

Pretty sure its Icon's turn again now.
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Hopefully none of those spitballs actually hit Lindros. That'd probably take him out of the lineup for 4-6 weeks.
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Hopefully none of those spitballs actually hit Lindros. That'd probably take him out of the lineup for 4-6 weeks.
thats funny right there, I dont care who you are...
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thats funny right there, I dont care who you are...
Agreed.

Well, in any case, I wasn't going to take Bouchard anyways.

Killericon selects LW Dany Heatley.



If Dany plays as many games as Yzerman, he will retire with 694 goals, which would tie him with Mark Messier.

Dany Heatley was born January 21, 1981 in Freibourg, Germany. The 1st round choice, 2nd overall selection of the Atlanta Thrashers in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, Heatley is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.

The former Canadian Junior A Player of the Year, Heatley born in Germany but raised in Calgary, Alberta spent two seasons at Wisconsin before making his NHL debut with the Thrashers in 2001-02.

In his two years with the Badgers Heatley was a First Team NCAA All-American in 2000-01, a finalist for the 2001 Hobey Baker Award, named to the 2001 WCHA and Big-Ten All-Academic Teams for 2001, named to the 2001 NCAA West All-Regional Team, helped Wisconsin capture the WCHA regular season championship in 1999-2000, selected as WCHA's Rookie of the Year in 1999-2000, named to the WCHA First Team All-Star Squad, the WCHA All-Rookie Team and the Division I All-America Second Team West.

In 2000-01, Heatley finished tenth in the NCAA scoring with 57 points and finished his two-year career with 113 points (52-61-113) in 77 games played.

In his first full season with Atlanta, Heatley teamed up with Ilya Kovalchuk to become one of the most dangerous tandems in the NHL. Heatley finished the season with 26 goals and 41 assists for 67 points, leading all rookie scorers on his way to the Calder Trophy as the league's top first year player.

Heatley showed no signs of a sophomore jinx in 2002-03 proving that he was not a star on the rise, but a star who had already arrived. Heatley scored more goals, recorded more assists and more total points than his rookie year, cementing him as a top 10 scorer in the NHL. His shining moment however, was the 2003 NHL All-Star game where amongst superstars like Mario Lemieux and Mike Modano, Heatley stole the show scoring four goals and an assist, and adding another goal in a shootout to capture All-Star MVP honours.

Coming off a career year in 2002-03, Heatley was involved in a serious car accident prior to the 2003-04 season which took the life of his Thrasher teammate Dan Snyder who was a passenger in the car at the time. After months of rehabilitation an injured knee suffered in the accident, Heatley returned to the ice in the latter stages of the season.

Following a three-year career with the Thrashers, Heatley was dealt to the Ottawa Senators in the summer of 2005 in a trade that brought Marian Hossa and Greg De Vries to Atlanta.

On the international stage, Heatley led Team Canada to the bronze medal at the 2000 and 2001 World Junior Championships. A two-time gold medalist with Canada's World Championship team (2003-2004)and silver medalist in 2005, Heatley was named the tournament's Top Forward at the 2004 tournament and later that summer helped Canada capture the World Cup title.

After the lockout, he dominated in Ottawa. He racked up 50 goals in a wide open, fast paced system.





Calgary Blackhawks Starting Roster.

1st Line:

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

2nd Line:

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

3rd Line:

LW - Dany Heatley
C - Eric Lindros
RW - Theo Fleury


4th Line:

LW -
C -
RW -

Defensive Pair 1:

D - Paul Coffey
D - Rob Blake

Defensive Pair 2:

D - Raymond Bourque
D - Doug Wilson

Defensive Pair 3:

D -
D -

Goalies:

1 - Tony Esposito
2 -

Head Coach -

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

I'm back, by the way.

So...anyone going to take Big Bert?

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I guess that means I'm up. The selection is RW Peter Bondra.

My team needs speed and the five time All Star won the Fastest Skater Competition in 1997 and 1999.

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Hopefully none of those spitballs actually hit Lindros. That'd probably take him out of the lineup for 4-6 weeks.

But he's tough.


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So...anyone going to take Big Bert?

I'd take the Turtle 10 times over before I'd take that POS fuckstick.

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