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Canadian Olympic Profiles 1980-1994


Over the past number of weeks this website has been focusing on profiling 1980-1994 era Canadian Olympic hockey players. A listing of all rosters and links to the completed biographies follow below.

 Most of it was written in August and I had hoped to be done all players some time ago, but the website has had some behind-the-scenes issues that have kept me busy. Hopefully I get back on track in a week or so after a fun getaway to Vancouver.

1980 Canadian Olympic Roster

Glenn Anderson
Warren Anderson
Dan D'Alvise
Ken Berry
Ron Davidson
John Devaney
Bob Dupuis
Joe Grant
Randy Gregg (C)
Dave Hindmarch
Paul MacLean
Kevin Maxwell
James Nill
Terry O'Malley
Paul Pageau
Brad Pirie
Kevin Primeau
Don Spring
Tim Watters
Stelio Zupancich

1984 Canadian Olympic Roster

Warren Anderson
Robin Bartel
Russ Courtnall
J. J. Daigneault
Kevin Dineen
Dave Donnelly
Bruce Driver
Darren Eliot
Patrick Flatley
Dave Gagner
Mario Gosselin
Vaughn Karpan
Doug Lidster
Darren Lowe
Kirk Muller
James Patrick
Craig Redmond
Dave Tippett (C)
Carey Wilson
Dan Wood

1988 Canadian Olympic Roster

Ken Berry
Serge Boisvert
Brian Bradley
Sean Burke
Chris Felix
Randy Gregg
Marc Habscheid
Bob Joyce
Vaughn Karpan
Merlin Malinowski
Andy Moog
Jim Peplinski
Serge Roy
Wally Schreiber
Gord Sherven
Tony Stiles
Steve Tambellini
Claude Vilgrain
Tim Watters
Ken Yaremchuk
Trent Yawney (C)
Zarley Zalapski

1992 Canadian Olympic Roster

Dave Archibald
Todd Brost
Sean Burke
Kevin Dahl
Curt Giles
Dave Hannan
Gord Hynes
Fabian Joseph
Joé Juneau
Trevor Kidd
Patrick Lebeau
Chris Lindberg
Eric Lindros
Kent Manderville
Adrien Plavsic
Dan Ratushny
Sam Saint–Laurent
Brad Schlegel
Wally Schreiber
Randy Smith
Dave Tippett
Brian Tutt
Jason Woolley

1994 Canadian Olympic Roster

Mark Astley
Adrian Aucoin
David Harlock
Corey Hirsch
Todd Hlushko
Greg Johnson
Fabian Joseph
Paul Kariya
Chris Kontos
Manny Legacé
Ken Lovsin
Derek Mayer
Petr Nedved
Dwayne Norris
Greg Parks
Allain Roy
Jean-Yves Roy
Brian Savage
Brad Schlegel
Wally Schreiber
Chris Therien
Todd Warriner
Brad Werenka

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