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  • Patrick Roy
  • Martin Brodeur
  • Curtis Joseph
  • Ed Belfour

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Theoren FleuryTheoren Fleury : Has twice topped 100 points in a season, including 51 goals and 53 assists with 1990-91 Calgary Flames. Had 34 goals and 66 assists for 100 points with Calgary in 1992-93. Scored 40 goals in 1993-94 and 46 goals in 1995-96. Also has five other 30-plus goal seasons in 12 prior NHL seasons. Rookie member of 1988-89 Calgary Flames' Stanley Cup champions. Had three game-winning goals in those playoffs. Is Flames' all-time leading scorer with 364 goals and 466 assists for 830 points. Three times scored over 100 points for WHL's Moose Jaw, including final season of 68 goals, 92 assists for 160 points. Member of Canada's winning 1991 Canada Cup team. Captained Canada's 1987 World Junior Championship team.

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Ed JovanovskiEd Jovanovski : A physical defenseman, Jovanovski is effective in all zones. He combines powerful skating, big open-ice hits, good passing skills and a strong shot from the point. Selected first overall by the Florida Panthers in 1994. Named to NHL All-Rookie team (1995-96). Named to CHL All-Rookie team (1993-94). Named to OHL All-Star second team (1993-94). Named to OHL All-Rookie team (1993-94). Named to CHL All-Star second team (1994-95). Named to OHL All-Star first team (1994-95).

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Keith PrimeauKeith Primeau : Had 17 points in 23 games with Flyers in 1999-00 after trade from Carolina. Played in 1998-99 NHL All-Star Game. Member of Team Canada at 1998 Olympics. Named to OHL Second All-Star Team in 1989-90 when he led the league with 57 goals and 127 points while with Niagara Falls Thunder.

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Scott StevensScott Stevens : A first-round round pick (fifth overall) of the Washington Capitals in 1982, Stevens is now in his 18th NHL season and ninth with the Devils. A fierce competitor with more 2,500 penalty minutes in his career, Stevens has appeared in 11 All-Star games and was the captain of the Devils' 1995 Stanley Cup Championship team. Adept at blocking shots and considered one of the hardest hitters in the game today, Stevens has also appeared for Canada in several international events, most notably the 1996 World Cup of Hockey and the 1998 Olympics. His brother, Geoff, is a scout for the Devils.

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Geoff SandersonGeoff Sanderson : An explosively quick skater, Sanderson has a great one-timer and is an offensive threat on the power play and penalty kill. Selected by the Hartford Whalers in 1990. Scored career high goals (46) and points (89) in his sophomore season (1992-93). Played in NHL All-Star game (1994 and 1997).


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Al MacInnisAl MacInnis An offensive defenseman, MacInnis is best known for his blistering slapshot. He reads plays well, knows when to join the rush and quarterbacks the power play. Selected by the Calgary Flames in the first round (15th overall) in 1981. Won the Stanley Cup with the Flames in 1989. Holds Flames all-time record for games played (803) and assists (609). Played in 11 NHL All-Star games. Won Conn Smyth Trophy (1988-89). Won James Norris Memorial Trophy (1998-99).

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