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Neil Labatte
Leo Labine
Gord Labossiere
Yvon Labre
Francois Lacombe
Elmer Lach

Scott Lachance 
Blaine Lacher
Andre Lacroix
"Frenchy" Lacroix
Randy Ladouceur
Rick LaFerriere
Guy Lafleur
Pat LaFontaine
Ernie Laforce
Pete Laframbois
Adie LaFrance
Jean Guy Lagace
Tom Laidlaw
Fred Lake

Hec Lalande
Patrick Lalime 
Bobby Lalonde
Newsy Lalonde 
Mike Lalor
Ian Laperriere
Mark Lamb
Dan Lambert
Yvon Lambert

Dick Lamby
Jean Paul Lamirande
Hank Lammens
Leo Lamoureux
Jack Lancien
Gord Lane
Myles Lane 
Robert Lang
Pete Langelle

Chris Langevin
Dave Langevin

Charlie Langlois
Junior Langlois
Rod Langway
Jacques Laperriere

Peter Lappin
Claude Lapointe
Guy Lapointe
Edgar Laprade

Igor Larionov
Steve Larmer 

Wildor Larochelle
Bunny Larocque

Chad Larose
Claude Larose
Pierre Larouche
Reed Larson

Jiri Latal
Brad Lauer
Craig Laughlin
Paul Laus

Kevin Lavallee
Jack Laviolette

Danny Lawson
Brian Lawton
Hal Laycoe

Jeff Lazaro
Larry Leach
Reggie Leach

Patrick Lebeau
Stephan Lebeau
Ray Leblanc
Vincent Lecavalier
John LeClair

Pascal Leclaire
Doug Lecuyer
Walt Ledingham
Battleship Leduc
 

Grant Ledyard
Brian Lee
Peter Lee
Gary Leeman
Brian Leetch 

Bryan Lefley
Chuck Lefley
Barry Legge
Hugh Lehman 

Yanick Lehoux
Bob Leiter
Jacques Lemaire

Moe Lemay
Reggie Lemelin

Alain Lemieux  
Bob Lemieux
Claude Lemieux
Mario Lemieux

Richard Lemieux
Tim Lenardon
Mike Lenarduzzi
Pit Lepine
Percy Lesueur
Curtis Leschyshyn

Bill Lesuk
Jack Leswick
Tony Leswick

Normand Leveille
Don Lever
Scott Levins
Alex Levinsky
Tapio Levo
Danny Lewicki
Herbie Lewis
Rick Ley
Igor Liba
Jeff Libby
Nick Libett
Doug Lidster

Nicklas Lidstrom
Chris Lindberg
Pelle Lindbergh
Trevor Linden
Lars Lindgren
Mats Lindgren
Brett Lindros
Eric Lindros

Bert Lindsay
Bill Lindsay
Ted Lindsay

Willy Lindstrom 
Ken Linseman
Carl Liscombe

Enver Lisin
David Littman
Ed Litzenberger
Mike Liut
Bill Lochead 
Corey Locke
Norm Locking
Darcy Loewen 

Mark Lofthouse
Bob Logan
Claude Loiselle

Andrei Lomakin
Troy Loney
Ross Lonsberry 
Hakan Loob
Peter Loob
Sam LoPresti

Jim Lorentz
Bob Lorimer
Rod Lorrain
Clem Loughlin 
Wilf Loughlin
Ron Loustel
Darren Lowe
Kevin Lowe

Odie Lowe
Ross Lowe
Frock Lowrey
Gerry Lowrey
Dave Lowry
Craig Ludwig

Dan Lucas
Don Luce 

Jan Ludvig
Steve Ludzik
Brad Lukowich
Morris Lukowich

Chuck Luksa
Dave Lumley

Harry Lumley 

Jyrki Lumme
Pentti Lund
Brian Lundberg
Len Lunde

Bengt Lundholm
Joel Lundqvist
Gilles Lupien

Toni Lydman
Jack Lynch
Vic Lynn
 
Tom Lysiak

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Anonymous said…
Hey!

Where is Jere Lehtinen (Dallas Stars)?

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