NHL Before and After

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One of two Blackhawk defencemen on Team Canada's 2010 Olympic rosterIn 1996-97 he became the first American-born player to lead the NHL with 52 Goals
This Irish born played was drafted first overall in 1990 by the Quebec Nordiques, and is famous for his 'called shot' goal against Dominik Hasek in the 1997 All-star gameThis defenseman won the 1994 Memorial Cup with the Kamloops Blazers, Drafter 4th overall the saem year to Washington, but currently plays in Vancouver
This defenseman represented Canada at the 1984 Winter Olympics and the 1987 Canada Cup. He later served as Captain for the Buffalo sabres in 2003-04 season before retiring in 2005Drafted 2nd overall in 1997, this forward is the San Jose Sharks all-time leading scorer
Raised in Flint Michigan, this netminder won the 2009 Vezina trophy with the Boston BruinsAlso a goalie, this German played in the 2010 Olympics and is the backup to Evgeni Nabokov in San Jose
Played 16 years in Los Angeles on the 'Triple Crown Line' alongside Marcel Dionne and Charlie Simmer accumulating over 400 goals and 1000 pointsBorn in 1991, this Windsor Spitfire is a top NHL Prospect and is expected to go either 1st or 2nd in the 2010 NHL draft
After playing solid in net for the lowly Columbus Blue Jackets from 2000-2006, this French Canadian Goaltender has since lost his edge and is currently a free agentThis Hall of Famer spent the majority of his career playing for and coaching the Chicago Blackhawks and was known for his trademark Spin-O-Rama
Sharing a name with a former Canadian Prime Minister, this defenseman was selected to the 2010 US Men's Olympic Team along with 2 other New Jersey Devil teammatesAlso a Devil, this goaltender is arguably the best of all time - he has won 3 Stanley Cups and holds the records for most regular season wins and shutouts
Won the 2009 Clader Trophy as the league's top rookie and was nominated for the Vezina TrophyA fan favourite in Vancouver, this forward has had a career year in 2009-2010 scoring 20 goals and 50 points for this first time in his career
Same clue as after above...After playing 21 season in Boston during which he was captian, this defenseman finally won his first and only Stanley Cup in 2001, his last NHL season with the Colorado Avalanche
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Coached the U.S. national team to a gold medal at the 1980 Winter Olympics in an event known as the 'Miracle on Ice'Drafted by the Ottawa Senators in 2001, this forward was later traded at the deadline to Washington for Peter Bondra. Number 21 has reached the 20 goal mark in each of the past 3 seasons
Sits 4th on the list of all-time point scorers, and played the majority of his career in Hartford, Pittsburgh and CarolinaDespite his french name, this American born defenceman spent most of his career with the Habs, but currently plays in Nashville
2nd overall pick behind Sidney Crosby in 2005Teammate of the other hint, and has a brother who plays in the CFL
This golatender spend 21 years in the NHL playing for Calgary, Detroit, San Jose and Florida. In 1997 he won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Playoff MVP with the Detroit Red WingsThis undrafted forward has spent his entire 9 year career with the Nashville Predators before singing with the Phoenix Coyotes in 2009.
This Dallas Star Sophomore continues to set career highs in both goals and assistsThis American was the first ever winner of the Hobey Baker Award, played on the 1980 'Miracle on Ice' team and has his #7 retired by the Minnesota North Star
After winning the 1996 Vezina trophy with Washington, he was later traded with Jason Allison and Anson Carter to the Boston Bruins for Adam Oates, Rick Tocchet and Bill RanfordDrafted 5th overall in 2005, this golatender has struggled to perform in the Montreal spotlight
This goal scorer signed a 5-year $20-million contract with the Maple Leafs in 2007, but was recently traded to the Ducks with Vesa Toskala for JS GiguereOriginally drafted 5th overall in 2004 by the Phoenix Coyotes, this American forward scored 21 goals in 2008-2009 in his rookie season with the Boston Bruins
This fighter spent most of his 14 year career with the Buffalo Sabres and was awarded the King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 1999 for his leadership and humanitarian contributionsThis fiesty goaltender lead the Ottawa Senators to the 2007 Stanley Cup Finals and now plays in Philadelphia. He is well known for numerous on and off-ice altercations

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