Return to Michigan State Sports Alumni HomeMICHIGAN STATE'S HOCKEY ALUMNI:
FROM DEMONSTRATION HALL AND MUNN ARENA TO THE NHL

brought to you by Michael P. Kube-McDowell, MSU '76, author of The Trigger

Ron Mason is college hockey's all-time winningest coach, a lofty achievement recognized by the CCHA in 2000 when they renamed the league's championship trophy the Mason Cup. Coach Mason's incredible success at both recruiting and developing talent has not been lost on the NHL--more than 75 Spartans have been selected in the last 29 entry and supplemental drafts. (Players are eligible for the NHL Entry Draft if they are at least 19 years of age and still retain their college eligibility. The club which drafts a college player retains his rights throughout the balance of his college career.)

NORM BARNES - defenseman, lettered 1972-74 - ninth-round pick (122nd overall, 1973 Amateur Draft) of the Philadelphia Flyers - played five seasons in the NHL, three with the Flyers, and two with the Hartford Whalers - named to the 1980 All-Star team - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
TOM ROSS - center, lettered 1973-76 - drafted (1976) by St. Louis Blues - played four seasons in the Detroit Red Wings minor league system, retiring in 1980    
JEFF BRUBAKER - left wing, lettered 1977 - sixth-round pick (102st overall, 1978 Amateur Draft) by Boston Bruins - most impressive statistic from his nine NHL tours with eight teams is his 209 penalty minutes in 68 games with the 1984-85 Maple Leafs - retired in 1989    
KEN LEITER - defenseman, lettered 1980-83 - fifth-round pick (101st overall, 1980 Entry Draft) of New York Islanders - the best of his five seasons in the NHL was 1986-87, when he had 34 points in 85 games for the Islanders - missed the 1988-89 season with injuries - tried but was unable to mount a comeback with the Minnesota North Stars in 1989-90 - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
MARK HAMWAY - forward, lettered 1980-83 - seventh-round pick (143rd overall, 1980 Entry Draft) of New York Islanders - longest of three stints with the Islanders was 1985-86, when he played in 49 games and scored 17 of his 18 NHL career points - retired in 1987    
DAN McFALL - lettered 1982-85 - eighth-round pick (148th overall, 1981 Entry Draft) of the Winnipeg Jets - played in just nine games in two brief tours with the Jets - retired in 1987 after playing a season with the IHL Fort Wayne Komets    
TOM ANASTOS - lettered 1982-85 - sixth-round pick (124th overall, 1981 Entry Draft) of the Montreal Canadiens - played one season with the AHL Sherbrooke Canadiens, scoring 27 points in 55 games - retired in 1986    
JEFF PARKER - right wing, lettered 1984-86 - sixth-round pick (11th overall, 1982 Entry Draft) of the Buffalo Sabres - played parts of five NHL seasons, four with the Sabres and one with Hartford - retired in 1991 - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
KELLY MILLER - left wing, 1982-85 - ninth-round pick (183rd overall, 1982 Entry Draft) of the New York Rangers - jumped directly to the NHL, playing for the Spartans and the Rangers in the same season - fifteen years in the NHL, most with the Washington Capitals - scored 50 points in 80 games in 1990-91 - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com Kelly Miller, Washington Capitals  
NEWELL BROWN - wing, lettered 1981-84 - eighth-round pick (158th overall, 1982 Entry Draft) of the Vancouver Canucks - played for the 1985-86 Canadian National Team    
MIKE DONNELLY - left wing, lettered in 1983-86 - made his NHL debut in 1986-87 with the New York Rangers - bounced between the minors and the NHL until 1990-91, when he started a five-year run with the Los Angeles Kings - last NHL action was as a New York Islander in 1996-97 - retired in 1998 after seeing limited action with Bern (Sweden) - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com Mike Donnelly, Kings  
BRAD BECK - defenseman, lettered 1983-86 - fifth-round pick (91st overall, 1982 Entry Draft) of the Chicago Black Hawks - never got the call in seven pro seasons, bouncing from IHL to Europe to the BHL to the Canadian National Team (1989-90)    
MITCH MESSIER - right wing, lettered 1984-87 - third-round pick (56th overall, 1983 Entry Draft) of the Minnesota North Stars - got four brief tryouts with the North Stars, but spent most of his eight-year pro career with the Kalamazoo Wings (IHL) and Fort Wayne Komets (IHL) - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
DON McSWEEN - defenseman, lettered 1984-87 - eighth-round pick (154th overall, 1983 Entry Draft) of the Buffalo Sabres - longest of his five stints in the NHL was 32 games with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in 1993-94 - ended his career with the Muskegon Fury (UHL) in 1999-00 - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
NORM FOSTER - goalie, lettered 1984-87 - eleventh-round pick (222nd overall, 1983 Entry Draft) of the Boston Bruins - received short tryouts with the Bruins and Oilers, but spent most of his eight-year pro career in the AHL and IHL - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
BOB ESSENSA - goalie, lettered 1984-1987 - fourth-round pick (1983) of the Winnipeg Jets - much-travelled netminder has played for four minor-league and six NHL clubs (Edmonton, Detroit, Winnipeg, Phoenix, Dallas, Vancouver) - has logged nearly 450 games in goal over 11 NHL seasons - currently with the Vancouver Canucks - Official NHL Player Page Bob Essensa, Winnipeg Jets  
TOM TILLEY - defenseman, 1985-88 - tenth-round pick (1984) of the St. Louis Blues - saw action with the Blues in four NHL seasons - since 1994, has played for four different IHL teams, most recently the Chicago Wolves - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
BILL SHIBICKY - forward, lettered 1984-87 - ninth-round pick (175th overall, 1984 Entry Draft) of the Detroit Red Wings - played briefly with the AHL Adirondack Red Wings in 1986-87    
KEVIN MILLER - right wing, 1985-88 - tenth-round pick (202nd overall, 1984 Entry Draft) of the New York Rangers - twelve-year NHL career has taken him to New York, Detroit, Washington, St. Louis, San Jose, Pittsburgh, Chicago, and Ottawa - Official NHL Player Page Kevin Miller, Rangers  
NEIL DAVEY - defenseman, lettered 1984 - third-round pick (44th overall, 1984 Entry Draft) of the New Jersey Devils - played three seasons in the WHL, IHL, and AHL before hanging up his skates in 1987    
SEAN CLEMENT - lettered 1985-88 - fourth-round pick (72nd overall, 1984 Entry Draft) of the Winnipeg Jets - played two seasons in the AHL before crossing the pond to skate for the Medway Bears and later Slough Jets of the BHL - scored 95 points (40g/55a) for the 1991-92 Bears - closed out his career as a member of the Invicta Dynamos in 1998-99    
CRAIG SIMPSON - center, lettered 1984-85 - first-round pick (2nd overall, 1985 Entry Draft) by the Pittsburgh Penguins - never played a minute in the minors, jumping directly to the 1985-86 Penguins squad - scored 247 goals in 11 NHL seasons - retired in 1995 as a member of the Buffalo Sabres - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com Craig Simpson, Edmunton Oilers  
BOBBY REYNOLDS - left wing, lettered 1986-89 - tenth-round pick (190th overall, 1985 Entry Draft) of the Toronto Maple Leafs - except for a seven-game season with the Maple Leafs in 1989-90, has spent the last ten years in the minors or Europe - scored 44 goals in 50 games for the Ratingen Lions in 1995-96 - played professional Roller Hockey for Detroit in 1995 - currently with the Houston Aeros (IHL) - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
BRUCE RENDALL - left wing, lettered 1986-88 - second-round pick (42nd overall, 1985 Entry Draft) of the Philadelphia Flyers - played five seasons with five minor league teams through 1999, including two retirements of two years or more    
BRIAN McREYNOLDS - center, lettered 1986-88 - sixth-round pick (112th overall, 1985 Entry Draft) of the New York Rangers - played briefly with Winnipeg (1989-90), the New York Rangers (1990-91), and the Los Angeles Kings (1993-94) before moving on to play five seasons of pro hockey in Germany - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
CHRIS LUONGO - defenseman, lettered 1987-89 - fifth-round pick (92nd overall, 1985 Entry Draft) of the Detroit Red Wings - high water mark of his five NHL seasons came in 1995-96, when he played 74 games for the Islanders - retired in 2000 as a member of the Munich Barons - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
BRAD HAMILTON - defenseman, lettered 1986-99 - tenth-round pick (200th overall, 1985 Entry Draft) of the Chicago Black Hawks - played briefly for the Louisville Icehawks (ECHL) in 1990-91    
DANTON COLE - right wing, lettered 1986-89 - sixth-round pick (123rd overall, 1985 Entry Draft) of the Winnipeg Jets - spread his nine NHL seasons among the Jets (3 seasons), Tampa Bay (3), New Jersey (1), New York Islanders (1), and Chicago (1) - closed out his career with four seasons with the Grand Rapids Griffins, retiring in 2000 - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
NEIL WILKINSON - defenseman, lettered in 1987- second-round pick (30th overall, 1986 Entry Draft) of the Minnesota North Stars - made his NHL debut with the Minnesota North Stars in 1989-90 - played for San Jose, Chicago, and Winnipeg before closing out his career with four seasons at Pittsburgh - retired in 1999 - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
MIKE O'TOOLE - lettered 1987-89 - sixth-round pick (115th overall, 1986 Entry Draft) of the St. Louis Blues - played with the Lakeland Ice Warriors (SuHL) in 1992-93    
JOE MURPHY - center, 1986 - drafted #1 overall (1986 Entry Draft) by the Detroit Red Wings - played 14 seasons (779 games) in the NHL for the Red Wings, Oilers, Blackhawks, Blues, Sharks, Bruins, and Capitals - registered 82 points in 80 games for the 1992-93 Edmonton Oilers - Official NHL Player Page Joe Murphy, Chicago Blackhawks  
DON GIBSON - defenseman, lettered in 1987-90 - third-round pick (49th overall, 1986 Entry Draft) of the Vancouver Canucks - apart from 14 games with the Canucks during the 1990-91 season, spent his entire career with the Milwaukee Admirals (IHL) - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
KIP MILLER - forward, lettered in 1987-90 - 1990 Hobey Baker Award Winner - fourth-round pick (72nd overall, 1987 Entry Draft) of the Quebec Nordiques; played for Pittsburgh in '98-99 (39 points in 70 games) - currently in his ninth NHL season and third with the Penguins - best season to date was 1998-99, when he rang up 19 goals and 23 assists - Official NFL Player Page    
CHRIS MARSHALL - forward, lettered in 1988-89, transferred to Boston College for 1989-90 season - sixth-round pick (106th overall, 1987 Entry Draft) of the Buffalo Sabres - spent most of four minor-league seasons in the ECHL    
JEFF HARDING - forward, lettered in 1988 - second-round pick (30th overall, 1987 Entry Draft) of the Philadelphia Flyers - played just 15 games in the NHL during two short stops with the Flyers - retired in 1992 after a season with the Springfield Indians (AHL) - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
KERRY RUSSELL - forward, lettered in 1988-91 - seventh-round pick (137th overall,1988 Entry Draft) of the Hartford Whalers - played on the 1992-93 Canadian National Team - retired after scoring 65 points in 49 games for the 1992-93 Detroit Falcons (CoHL)    
MARK HIRTH - forward, lettered in 1988-90 - ninth-round pick (179th overall, 1988 Entry Draft) of the Hartford Whalers    
JASON MUZZATTI - goalie, lettered in 1988-91 - first-round pick (21st overall, 1988 Entry Draft) of the Calgary Flames - played for the 1992-93 Canadian National Team - made his NHL debut with the 1993-94 Flames - was most heavily used by the Whalers, logging 53 of his 62 career NHL games in his two seasons in Hartford - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
PAT MURRAY - forward, lettered in 1988-90 - second-round pick (35th overall, 1988 Entry Draft) of the Philadelphia Flyers - failed to catch on with the Flyers in short stints in 1990-91 and 1991-92 - closed out his career in 1997 playing for the Essen Mosquitoes in Germany - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com Pat Murray, Flyers  
ROD BRIND'AMOUR - center, 1988-89 - first-round pick (9th overall, 1988 Entry Draft) of the St. Louis Blues; played two seasons for the Blues (1989-91) before being traded to Philadelphia - was an iron man and prolific scorer in nine years for the Flyers, highlighted by a 97 point (35/62) season in 1993-94 - traded to the Carolina Hurricanes midway through the 1999-2000 season - Official NHL Player Page Rod Brind'amour, Philadelphia Flyers  
JASON WOOLLEY - defenseman, lettered in 1989-91 - third-round pick (61st overall, 1989 Entry Draft) of the Washington Capitals - played for Washington (1991-94), Florida Panthers (1994-97), Pittsburgh Penguins (1996-97), and Buffalo Sabres (1997-99) - won Sabres' Tim Horton Award in 1999 - Official NHL Player Page Jason Woolley, Sabres  
ROB WOODWARD - forward, lettered in 1990-93 - second-round pick (29th overall, 1989 Entry Draft) of the Vancouver Canucks - played for Hamilton (AHL), Columbus (ECHL), and Indianapolis (IHL) before retiring in 1999    
PETER WHITE - forward, lettered in 1989-92 - fifth-round pick (92nd overall, 1989 Entry Draft) of the Edmonton Oilers - played for Oilers (1993-96), Toronto Maple Leafs (1996) and Philadelphia Flyers (1998-99) - led Philadelphia (AHL) in scoring in 1998-99 - Official NHL Player Page    
JOBY MESSIER - defenseman, lettered in 1989-92 - sixth-round pick (118th overall, 1989 Entry Draft) of the New York Rangers - played three abbreviated seasons for the Rangers - retired in 1998 after a season with the Long Beach Ice Dogs (IHL) - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
SHAWN HEAPHY - forward, lettered in 1988-91 - picked #3 overall in the 1989 Supplemental Draft by the Calgary Flames - scored 77 points (41/36) for the 1991-92 Salt Lake Golden Eagles (IHL) - played in just one game at the NHL level, for the 1992-93 Flames - retired in 1999 after a minor league/European tour that included stops in Italy, Switzerland, and Canada - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
JIM CUMMINS - forward, lettered in 1989-91 - fourth-round pick (67th overall, 1989 Entry Draft) of the New York Rangers - ten NHL seasons with seven teams - longest tenure was three-and-a-half seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks - clocked 190 penalty minutes with Phoenix in 1998-99 (55 games) - traded by Phoenix to the Montreal Canadiens in June 1999 - signed as a free agent with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks for 2000-01 - Official NHL Player Page    
MICHAEL THOMPSON - forward, lettered in 1990-92 - eleventh-round pick (215th overall, 1990 Entry Draft) of the Pittsburgh Penguins    
MICHAEL STEWART - defenseman, lettered in 1990-92 - first-round pick (13th overall, 1990 Entry Draft) of the New York Rangers - played eight seasons in the minors, retiring in 2000 after three years with the Manitoba Moose (IHL) - played on 1996-97 Canadian National Team - best season was 1993-94, when he scored 50 points (8/42) in 79 games for the Binghamton Rangers (AHL)    
BRYAN SMOLINSKI - forward, lettered in 1990-93 - first-round pick (21st overall, 1990 Entry Draft) of the Boston Bruins - went directly to the Bruins for the tail-end of the 1992-93 season, and scored a career-high 31 goals in his first full year in Boston - his one season with the Penguins was his highest-scoring, with 64 points (24/40) - currently with the Los Angeles Kings - Official NHL Player Page Bryan Smolinski, Boston Bruins  
NICOLAS PERREAULT - defenseman, lettered in 1991-94 - second-round pick (26th overall, 1990 Entry Draft) of the Calgary Flames - played for the St. John Flames (AHL) and Toledo Storm in three minor league seasons - retired in 1999    
DWAYNE NORRIS - forward, lettered in 1989-92 - seventh-round pick (127th overall, 1990 Entry Draft) of the Quebec Nordiques - has logged just 20 games in NHL colors over an eight-year pro career - played for Cologne (Germany) from 1996 until his retirement in 2000 - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
WES McCAULEY - defenseman, lettered in 1990-93 - eighth-round pick (150th overall, 1990 Entry Draft) of the Detroit Red Wings - played for Knoxville (ECHL), Las Vegas (IHL), Muskegon (COL), Fort Wayne (IHL), and in Milan, Italy, during a four-year pro career    
MIKE GILMORE - goalie, lettered in 1989-92 - picked in the 1990 Supplemental Draft by the New York Rangers - was 19-8-1 in goal for the Erie Panthers (ECHL) in 1992-93, but faded away the next year and retired    
STEVE BEADLE - defenseman, lettered in 1987-90 - picked in the 1990 Supplemental Draft by the New York Rangers - kept his suitcase packed for most of his nine minor-league seasons, playing for seven teams in the first five years - closed out his career with four seasons with the Flint Generals (COL/UHL) - scored 52 points (16/36) for the 1992-93 Detroit Falcons    
BART TURNER - forward, lettered in 1991-94 - eleventh-round pick (230th overall, 1991 Entry Draft) of the Detroit Red Wings    
STEVE NORTON - defenseman, lettered in 1991-94 - tenth-round pick (216th overall, 1991 Entry Draft) of the Boston Bruins - bounced from Charlotte (ECHL) to Johnstown (ECHL) to Providence (AHL) in his one minor-league season    
KELLY HARPER - forward, lettered in 1991-94 - seventh-round pick (151st overall, 1991 Entry Draft) of the Calgary Flames - seven minor-league seasons, playing for the Huntington Blizzard (ECHL) for all or part of six of them - cut by the Greenville Grrrowl (ECHL) during the 2000-01 season    
SEAN BERENS - center, lettered 1995-98 - not drafted - was one of IHL's top rookies (24 goals) when signed by Calgary Flames in 1999 and assigned to Saint John (AHL) - played for five different teams in the last two seasons, most recently the Grand Rapids Griffins    
SCOTT DEAN - forward, lettered in 1992-93 - twelfth-round pick (264th overall, 1991 Entry Draft) of the Chicago Blackhawks    
BRIAN CLIFFORD - forward, lettered in 1993-96 - sixth-round pick (126th overall, 1991 Entry Draft) of the Pittsburgh Penguins - played for Toledo (ECHL), Peoria (ECHL), and Michigan (IHL) during a brief two-year minor-league tour    
MICHAEL BURKETT - forward, lettered in 1991-94 - eighth-round pick (174th overall, 1991 Entry Draft) of the Minnesota North Stars - caught on with the 1994-95 Canadian National Team - laced up his skates for five teams in three minor-league seasons - retired in 1998    
REM MURRAY - forward, lettered in 1992-95 - sixth-round pick (135th overall, 1992 Entry Draft ) of the Los Angeles Kings - signed as a free agent by the Edmonton Oilers and jumped to the NHL after only one season in the minors - now in his fifth season for the Oilers, getting substantial ice time at left wing - Official NHL Player Page Rem Murray, Oilers  
ANSON CARTER - center, lettered in 1993-96 - tenth-round pick (220th overall, 1992 Entry Draft) of the Quebec Nordiques - broke in with the Washington Capitals (5 points in 19 games) and Boston Bruins (13 points in 19 games) during 1996-97 - an offensive mainstay for the Bruins from 1997-2000 - traded to the Edmonton Oilers for the 2000-01 season - Official NHL Player Page Anson Carter, Vruins  
MIKE BUZAK - goalie, lettered in 1992-95 - seventh-round pick (167th overall, 1993 Entry Draft) of the St. Louis Blues - lots of stickers on his steamer trunk, having defended the nets of ten teams in six minor-league seasons - currently with the Logn Beach Ice Dogs    
DEAN SYLVESTER - forward, lettered in 1995 - picked #2 overall in the 1993 Supplemental Draft by the San Jose Sharks - played 36 games for Kansas City (IHL) in '95-96 - played in one game for the Buffalo Sabres in 1998-99 before being traded for future considerations to Atlanta in June 1999 - scored 26 points in 52 games in his rookie season - Official NHL Player Page    
TONY TUZZOLINO - right wing, lettered in 1994-97 - fifth-round pick (113th overall, 1994 Entry Draft) of the Quebec Nordiques - played in one game for the 1997-98 Anaheim Mighty Ducks - currently with the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL) - Career Statistics from hockeydb.com    
JON GASKINS - defenseman, lettered 1995-98 - fifth-round pick (110th overall, 1994 Entry Draft) of the Edmonton Oilers - played for Tupelo (WPHL) in 1998-99, then moved on to Mississippi for 1999-00 - seeing limited action with Knoxville (UHL) in 2000-01    
TYLER HARLTON - defenseman, lettered 1995-98 - fourth-round pick (94th overall, 1994 Entry Draft) of the St. Louis Blues - currently in his second season with the St. John's Maple Leafs (AHL)    
MIKE WATT - left wing, lettered in 1997 - second-round pick (32nd overall, 1994 Entry Draft) of the Edmonton Oilers - broke in with the Oilers in 1997-98 - played regularly for the New York Islanders in 1998-99 (25 points in 75 games), but saw his ice time cut in half in 1999-00 - traded to Predators for the 2000-01 season - Official NHL Player Page    
STEVE GUOLLA - center - picked #3 overall in the 1994 Supplemental Draft by the Ottawa Senators - played for San Jose Sharks in '96-99 (three seasons), Thrashers and Lightning in '99-00, and is back on the ice for the Thrashers in '00-01 - led Kentucky (AHL) in scoring in 1998-99 - Official NHL Player Page    
CHRIS BOGAS - defenseman, lettered 1996-99 - sixth-round pick (148th overall, 1996 Entry Draft) of the Toronto Maple Leafs - played for St. John's (AHL) and Louisiana (ECHL) in 1999-00 - currently with the Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL)    
STEVE SUK - center, lettered in 1992-95 - played for Louisville (ECHL), Mobile (ECHL), and Macon (CHL) during a five-year minor league career - scored 63 points in 59 games for the Mysticks in 1996-97 - retired in 2000    
CHRIS SULLIVAN - defenseman, lettered in 1993-95 - played two season in the ECHL before hanging up his skates in 1997    
MIKE YORK - center, lettered in 1996-99 - 1st Team All-America, CCHA Player of the Year, 2nd in Hobey Baker Award balloting, 1st Team All-CCHA - sixth-round pick (136th overall, 1997 Entry Draft) of the New York Rangers; signed with the Rangers ($1 million over 3 years) in April, 1999 and was assigned to the Hartford Wolfpack (AHL) - had two assists in his professional debut with Hartford (AHL), and two goals the following night - led all NHL rookies in 1999-2000 with 26 goals in 82 games, finishing third in the voting for the Calder Trophy - Official NHL Player Page    
SHAWN HORCOFF - center - fourth-round selection (1998 Entry Draft) of the Edmonton Oilers - made his NHL debut with the 2000-01 Oilers - Official NHL Player Page    
ADAM HALL - right wing, junior - had 16 goals and 7 assists in 36 games as a freshman, tops for his class - CCHA All-Rookie Team selection - scored the goal vs. Colorado College which sent MSU to 1999's Frozen Four - second-round pick (52nd overall, 1999 Entry Draft) of the Nashville Predators    
ANDREW HUTCHINSON - defenseman, junior - CCHA All-Rookie Team honorable mention in 1999 - second-round pick (54th overall, 1999 Entry Draft) of the Nashville Predators    
BRAD FAST - defenseman, sophomore - third-round pick (84th overall, 1999 Entry Draft) of the Carolina Hurricanes    
RYAN MILLER - goalie, sophomore - cousin to former Spartan stars Kip, Kevin, and Kelly Miller - tied a 70-year-old record for career shutouts by a goalie (and broke the CCHA season record for shutouts) mid-way through his sophomore season - fifth-round pick (84th overall, 1999 Entry Draft) of the Buffalo Sabres    
JOHN-MICHAEL LILES - defenseman, sophomore - recorded 8 goals and 20 assists as a freshman in 1999-2000 - All-CCHA honorable mention in his freshman season - fifth-round pick (159th overall, 2000 Entry Draft) of the Colorado Avalanche    
TROY FERGUSON - center, sophomore - ninth-round pick (276th overall, 2000 Entry Draft) of the Carolina Hurricanes    

Last Revised: January 25, 2005


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