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Oliver Scrapple Since: 20.6.02 From: Kolob Since last post: 1 hour Last activity: 1 hour # 1 Posted on 15.6.09 2237.30 | Instant Rating: 3.52 I'd been thinking about this for some time: how many former (and current) NHL players have there been that have played for only one team throughout their careers? The only names I can think of are Joe Sakic, Niclas Lindstrum, Steve Yzerman, Mike Modano, and Mario Lemieux. Surely someone here who knows their NHL could help with this list? I looked on Wikipedia but came up empty. I love this town! Promote this thread!
Peter The Hegemon Lap cheong Since: 11.2.03 From: Hackettstown, NJ Since last post: 36 days Last activity: 18 hours # 2 Posted on 16.6.09 0227.37 | Instant Rating: 7.03 A little Googling turned this up. Compiled from a few places, so apologies if there are any errors. Martin Brodeur Maurice Richard Henri Richard Jean Beliveau Stan Mikita Alex Delvecchio Mike Bossy Bobby Clarke Denis Potvin, who sucks Gil Perreault George Armstrong Ken Daneyko A top ten listing is at http://hockey.realgm.com/src_feature/16/20080102/top_10_single_team_careers/
JustinShapiro Scrapple Moderator Since: 12.12.01 From: Pittsburgh, PA Since last post: 4 days Last activity: 5 hours # 3 Posted on 16.6.09 1517.42 | Instant Rating: 8.32
I guess you'd have to set some length and stature qualifications. Off the top of my head, some current notable people with 10 years are Vincent Lecavalier, Saku Koivu, Jarome Iginla, Simon Gagne, Daniel Alfredsson, Chris Phillips, Patrick Marleau, Evgeni Nabokov, Tomas Holmstrom, Patrik Elias, John Madden, Jay Pandolfo, Shane Doan, Mattias Ohlund.
The ESPN.com article says it's actually $1.2 million. This sounds like something I'd do on NHL 2003. Damn, think of how good the Avs will be on NHL 2004! LOL. Edit:
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