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Gene Ubriaco
Charles Uksila
Igor Ulanov
Norm Ullman
Layne Ulmer
Jack Ulrich
Matt Underhill
Garry Unger

Alexander Urbom

Rogie Vachon
Carol Vadnais
Lubomir Vaic
Eric Vail
Sparky Vail
Rick Vaive

Garry Valk
Lindsay Vallis
John Vanbiesbrouck
Ryan Vandenbussche
Jim Vandermeer
Ed Van Impe
Vaclav Varada
Alexei Vasiliev
Dennis Vaske
Moose Vasko
Josef Vasicek
Valeri Vasiliev
Stephane Veilleux
Mike Veisor

Darren Veitch
Randy Velischek
Vic Venasky
Gary Veneruzzo
Pat Verbeek

Mike Vernon
Dennis Ververgaert
Georges Vezina

Steve Vickers
Alain Vigneault
Claude Vilgrain
Gilles Villemure
Dan Vincelette
Hannu Virta
Tony Virta
Vitaly Vishnevskiy
Harijs Vitolins
Tomas Vokoun
Mickey Volcan
David Volek 

Aaron Voros
Carl Voss

Mick Vukota

Frank "Deacon" Waite
Jimmy Waite
Darcy Wakaluk
Ernie Wakely
Bob Wall
Gordie Walker
Jack Walker
Kurt Walker
Russ Walker
Scott Walker
Jesse Wallin
Peter Wallin
Jim Walsh
Marty Walsh
Ryan Walter
Bobby Walton
Rob Walton
Shakey Walton
Rick Wamsley

Tom Wandell
Kyle Wanvig
Aaron Ward
Dixon Ward
Don Ward 
Jason Ward
Jimmy Ward
Ron Ward
Eddie Wares
Bill Watson
Bugsy Watson

Dave Watson
Joe Watson
Jimmy Watson 
Moose Watson
Phil Watson 

Jim Watt
Tim Watters

Aubrey Webster
Steve Weeks
Cooney Weiland

Mattias Weinhandl
Jay Wells

Eric Wellwood
Kyle Wellwood
Cy Wentworth
 

Blake Wesley
Glen Wesley
Ed Westfall
Erik Westrum
Harry "Rat" Westwick
Carl Wetzel
Kenny Wharram

Simon Wheeldon
Fred Whitcroft
Alton White
Bill White 

Todd White
Peter White
Bob Whitelaw
Bob Whitlock
Ray Whitney
Ryan Whitney
Doug Wickenheiser

Juha Widing  
Art Wiebe
Jim Wiemer
Archie Wilcox
Fred Williams
Gord Williams
Tiger Williams

Tommy Williams
Neil Wilkinson
Behn Wilson
Bert Wilson

Carey Wilson

Cully Wilson
Doug Wilson

Dunc Wilson

Gord Wilson
Jerry Wilson
Johnny Wilson
Larry Wilson 
Lefty Wilson
Murray Wilson
Rik Wilson
Ron Wilson
Murray Wing
Eddie Wiseman
Jim Wiste
Steve Witiuk
Benny Woit
Craig Wolanin
Bernie Wolfe

Wojtek Wolski
Alex Wood
Randy Wood
Paul Woods
Gump Worsley
Shrimp Worters

Chris Worthy
Ken Wregget
Tyler Wright
Ralph Wycherley
Randy Wyrozub
 

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