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Extractions: Teams Name Defense 1 Defense 2 Defense 3 Wing 1 Wing 2 Wing 3 Wing 4 Centre 1 Centre 2 Centre 3 Erik B Oleg Tverdovsky Eric Desjardins Fredrik Olausson Brendan Shanahan Martin Rucinsky Mark Recchi Dino Ciccarelli Mark Messier Mike Modano Alexei Zhamnov Jamal Bajwa Nicklas Lidstrom Steve Duchesne Vladimir Malakhov John LeClair Niklas Sundstrom Teemu Selanne Pavel Bure Peter Forsberg Mike Modano Robert Reichel Kamal Bajwa Nicklas Lidstrom Steve Duchesne Vladimir Malakhov John LeClair Niklas Sundstrom Teemu Selanne Pavel Bure Peter Forsberg Mike Modano Craig Janney Marzena Banks Nicklas Lidstrom Steve Duchesne Fredrik Olausson John LeClair Geoff Courtnall Jaromir Jagr Alexandre Daigle Wayne Gretzky Doug Weight Travis Green Cory Barkwell Nicklas Lidstrom Steve Duchesne Robert Blake John LeClair Geoff Courtnall Zigmund Palffy Pavel Bure Eric Lindros Alexei Yashin Robert Reichel Zbyszek i Hania Binder Nicklas Lidstrom Steve Duchesne Vladimir Malakhov John LeClair Dimitri Khristich Brett Hull Dino Ciccarelli Peter Forsberg Doug Weight Vyacheslav Kozlov Balwinder Boora Sandis Ozolinsh Steve Duchesne Scott Niedermayer John LeClair Adam Graves Teemu Selanne Pavel Bure Wayne Gretzky Mike Modano Robert Reichel Wojtek Bronikowski Nicklas Lidstrom Al MacInnis Vladimir Malakhov John LeClair Dimitri Khristich Jaromir Jagr Adam Deadmarsh Joe Sakic Mike Modano Robert Reichel Waldek Brzezik Brian Leetch Steve Duchesne Fredrik Olausson Martin Gelinas Niklas Sundstrom Teemu Selanne Pavel Bure Wayne Gretzky Sergei Fedorov Vyacheslav Kozlov Roman Buksa Brian Leetch Al MacInnis Scott Niedermayer
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Extractions: Washington's 6th pick in the 1988 Entry Draft (120th Overall). Traded to Los Angeles by Washington with Bryan DaFoe for Los Angeles' 1st round choice (Alexander Volchkov) and Dallas' 4th round choice (previously acquired by Los Angeles-Washington selected Justin Davis) in 1996 Entry Draft, July 8, 1995. Traded to Boston by Los Angeles with Byron Dafoe for Jozef Stumpel, Sandy Moger and Boston's 4th round choice (later traded to New Jersey-New Jersey selected pierre Dagenais) in 1998 Entry Draft, August 29, 1997. Toronto obtained the rights to match arbitration award by Boston for a 2nd round draft pick in 2000 Entry Draft, October 21, 1999. Traded to Washington by Toronto for a 3rd round draft pick in 2001 Entry Draft, December 11, 2000.
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Extractions: Washington's 2nd pick in the 1989 Entry Draft (35th Overall). Traded to Los Angeles by Washington with Dimitri Khristich for Los Angeles' 1st round choice (Alexander Volchkov) and Dallas' 4th round choice (previously acquired by Los Angeles-Washington selected Justin Davis) in 1996 Entry Draft, July 8, 1995. Traded to Boston by Los Angeles with Dimitri Khristich for Jozef Stumpel, Sandy Moger and Boston's 4th round choice (later traded to New Jersey-New Jersey selected Pierre Dagenais) in 1998 Entry Draft, August 29, 1997. Signed as a free agent by Atlanta, November 19, 2002.
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UKRAINIAN PRO HOCKEY UPDATE (12/14/97) Bruins leftwinger dimitri khristich managed four goals and eight points in his Bondra quotes courtesy of hockey equipment insert in The hockey News. http://www.ukrweekly.com/Archive/1997/509728.shtml
Extractions: UKRAINIAN PRO HOCKEY UPDATE by Ihor Stelmach Bondra: a Capital thrill Would someone please tell all these uppity track-and-field types that neither Michael Johnson nor Maurice Green nor Donovan Bailey, despite all their carping, is the world's fastest man? Thank you very much. Now let us introduce the whirring wonder who should take his rightful place at the front of the passing lane. His name is Bondra. Peter Bondra. Think about it. Skating is the fastest human endeavor that generates its speed only from specialized footwear and the muscles of the person whose feet the footwear holds. And it's reasonable to assume that the fastest skater in the best hockey league in the world is the fastest skater there is. (Speed skaters don't count - that two-foot-long blade is a ski unto itself.) Which brings us back to the sleek Mr. Bondra. Long recognized as one of the NHL's fleetest elite goal-scorers, the Washington Capitals' Lutsk, Ukraine-born right-winger won the annual fastest skater competition last January at the All-Star Game in San Jose with a time of 13.6 seconds around the ice. "When he uses his speed," said former Capitals' Coach Jim Schoenfeld, now the bench boss with the Phoenix Coyotes, "he's as dangerous a player as there is in the game."
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Extractions: Andreychuk not done yet Discreetly, but not silently, the New Jersey Devils wondered whether Dave Andreychuk was finished. As he struggled all of 1997-1998, it was suggested the 500-goal scorer had lost his scoring touch. But if Devils' coach Robbie Ftorek's looser reins have proved anything this current season, it is that Andreychuk does still have it. After scoring the game-winning goal in overtime against the Philadelphia Flyers before Christmas, Andreychuk actually shared the team lead in goals with Petr Sykora. "He's doing the things he has always done well," Ftorek said. Even more impressive was the fact Andreychuk, 35, was in double figures in goals (he finished the recently concluded 1998-1999 regular season with 15 goals), despite missing several games with a bruised sternum following a hit from Florida Panthers' forward Peter Worrell and assorted other physical ailments later on. "I don't know who was concerned. I wasn't concerned," Andreychuk said. "It was a while before I felt back to normal. My first week back I didn't play great, but then I felt pretty good. Before that, I couldn't do too much. I feel more confident." At the time, some three months into this season, Andreychuk was being mentioned among the top candidates for the Bill Masterton Trophy for perseverance. He basically played in some degree of pain all season long.