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Other Notable Teams

Anaheim Ducks
Milos Holan
Teemu Selanne
Steve Thomas

Atlanta Flames

Dan Bouchard

Guy Chouinard

Tom Lysiak

Phil Myre

Willi Plett

Pat Quinn

Calgary Cowboys

Don McLeod

California Golden Seals/Oakland Seals

Bobby Baun

Bill Hicke

Wayne Muloin

Colorado Avalanche

Craig Billington

Ray Bourque

Peter Forsberg

Claude Lemieux

Patrick Roy

Joe Sakic

Dallas Stars

Derian Hatcher

Brett Hull

Craig Ludwig

Andy Moog

Joe Nieuwendyk

Florida Panthers

Pavel Bure

Paul Laus

Hamilton Tigers

Shorty Green

Kansas City Scouts

Wilf Paiement

Michel Plasse

Los Angeles Sharks (WHA)

Alton White

Montreal AAA

Archie Hooper

Montreal Wanderers

Riley Hern

Doc Roberts
Art Ross

Newfoundland Senior Leagues

Alex Faulkner
New York Americans
Billy Burch
Red Dutton
Pat Egan

Shorty Green
Normie Himes
Joe Krol

Rabbit McVeigh

Harry Oliver
Charles Shannon

Bullet Joe Simpson
Shrimp Worters

New York Raiders (WHA)

Alton White

Pittsburgh Pirates

Shrimp Worters

Portage Lake Lakers

Barney Holden

Portland Buckaroos

Cliff Schmautz

Quebec Aces

Jean Beliveau

Herb Carnegie

Quebec Bulldogs

Phantom Joe Malone
Harry Mummery

Regina Capitals (WCHL)

George Hay

St. Louis Eagles

Fido Purpur

San Diego Gulls (WHA)

Willie O'Ree

San Jose Sharks

Igor Larionov

Seattle Totems

Guyle Fielder

Tampa Bay Lightning

Brian Bradley

Toronto Blueshirts

Harry Cameron

Vancouver Millionaires

Hugh Lehman

Mickey MacKay

Cyclone Taylor


DylanBradbury said…
What about the whalers?
glynn said…
Do you have any information on the Cleveland Barons and their short time in the NHL? I know Johnny Bower didn't want to leave them to play for the Leafs', much like Jean Béliveau and the Québec Aces.
Anonymous said…
you need to put mike modano on the dallas stars list. he's the greatest american player to ever live.
Anonymous said…
What about the Florida Panthers?
Dan said…
How about Arturs Irbe? Great skill great personality, start a canes list add to the sharks. Or start a Panthers list with Vanbiesbrouck, Jody Hull, or Bure(who's already been profiled)?

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