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2006–07 New York Islanders · NHL
Division 4th Atlantic
Conference 8th Eastern
2006–07 record 40–30–12
Home record 22–13–6
Road record 18–17–6
Goals for 248
Goals against 240
General Manager Garth Snow
Coach Ted Nolan
Captain Alexei Yashin
Alternate captains Mike Sillinger
Brendan Witt
Arena Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Average attendance 12,886 (capacity 16,234)
Team leaders
Goals Jason Blake (40)
Assists Tom Poti (38)
Points Jason Blake (69)
Penalties in minutes Brendan Witt (131)
Wins Rick DiPietro (32)
Goals against average Wade Dubielewicz (2.06)

The New York Islanders finished the 2006–07 season with a record of 40–30–12. They qualified for the playoffs in the last game of the regular season. They lost to the Buffalo Sabres in the first round, four games to one.

Regular seasonEdit

After the Islanders' upper management cleaned out the team's front office during the 2005–06 season, owner Charles Wang needed to find a new coach and general manager. Initially, he hired Ted Nolan as coach and Neil Smith as GM, but Smith was removed after a few weeks on the job. Wang envisioned team management making decisions by committee, and Smith was uncomfortable working without the large amount of control that NHL managers usually have. Wang hired Garth Snow, who was the team's backup goalie the prior year, to take over. Pat LaFontaine, who had intended to return to the team as Senior Advisor to the Owner, resigned the post the same day that Smith was fired. Reports indicated that LaFontaine decided the fit wasn't right after Wang ignored his advice to wait a few days before making a final decision about Smith.[1]

Prior to Smith's firing, the Islanders made several free agent acquisitions, including defensemen Brendan Witt and Tom Poti and forwards Mike Sillinger and Chris Simon. Andy Hilbert, Sean Hill, Viktor Kozlov and Richard Park signed on after Smith was dismissed. Additionally, in a controversial move, the Islanders signed goaltender Rick DiPietro to a 15-year, 67.5 million dollar contract, among the longest in professional sports history.[2]

The Islanders opened the season on a losing streak, but then began to play well enough to temporarily move into first place in the Atlantic division by December. On December 16, 2006, the Islanders traded Alexei Zhitnik to the Philadelphia Flyers for defenseman Freddy Meyer and a conditional third round draft pick.[3] On December 20, they traded forward Mike York to the Flyers for forward Randy Robitaille and a fifth round pick in 2008.[4]

Starting at the end of December, the Islanders went on a seven game losing streak, which ended with a victory over the Rangers. Since then, the Islanders hovered around the last playoff spot. In advance of the February trade deadline, the Isles made a pair of deals with the Edmonton Oilers. On February 18, 2007, the Islanders traded defense prospect Denis Grebeshkov for defenseman Marc-Andre Bergeron and a third round pick in 2008.

Sitting in sixth place in the conference at the trade deadline, the team sent a first round draft pick and prospects Robert Nilsson and Ryan O'Marra to the Oilers for all-star Ryan Smyth and picked up Richard Zednik for a second rounder.[5] However, the team suffered a series of losses down the stretch. Journalists cited two reasons for the team's apparent demise: Chris Simon's suspension for striking Ryan Hollweg with his stick and Rick DiPietro's missing several games with multiple concussions. Backup Mike Dunham had several poor showings with DiPietro out, which prompted the team to call on third-stringer Wade Dubielewicz, who fared better.

Entering into the last four games of the season, the Islanders play had improved, but a playoff spot still appeared out of reach. However, the team won each game and received some help from the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs, who failed to win enough games to edge the Isles out. The Isles clinched with a shootout win over the New Jersey Devils in which Dubielewicz poke-checked Sergei Brylin to secure the victory.[6] The team expressed pride that they qualified because many NHL preview predictions had the Isles slated to finish at or near the bottom of the standings. They lost their first round matchup with the Buffalo Sabres, the NHL's best team during the regular season, in five games.

Season standingsEdit

Atlantic Division
No. CR GP W L OTL GF GA Pts
12 New Jersey Devils 82 49 24 9 216 201 107
25 Pittsburgh Penguins 82 47 24 11 277 246 105
36 New York Rangers 82 42 30 10 242 216 94
48 New York Islanders 82 40 30 12 248 240 92
515 Philadelphia Flyers 82 22 48 12 214 303 56

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Note: No. = Division rank, CR = Conference rank, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GF = Goals For, GA = Goals Against, Pts = Points
       Teams that qualified for the playoffs are highlighted in bold.


Game logEdit

OctoberEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
1 October 5 NY Islanders 3 – 6 Phoenix DiPietro 15,301 0–1–0 0
2 October 7 NY Islanders 0 – 2 San Jose DiPietro 17,496 0–2–0 0
3 October 10 NY Islanders 2 – 4 Los Angeles DiPietro 14,394 0–3–0 0
4 October 11 NY Islanders 5 – 4 Anaheim SO Dunham 12,394 1–3–0 2
5 October 14 Boston 1 – 4 NY Islanders Dunham 14,732 2–3–0 4
6 October 16 Nashville 2 – 1 NY Islanders SO Dunham 9,431 2–3–1 5
7 October 19 Pittsburgh 4 – 3 NY Islanders OT Dunham 10,258 2–3–2 6
8 October 21 Carolina 3 – 4 NY Islanders OT DiPietro 12,349 3–3–2 8
9 October 26 Buffalo 3 – 0 NY Islanders DiPietro 8,861 3–4–2 8
10 October 28 Florida 3 – 4 NY Islanders SO DiPietro 10,455 4–4–2 10
11 October 31 Chicago 2 – 5 NY Islanders DiPietro 8,739 5–4–2 12

NovemberEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
12 November 2 NY Islanders 5 – 2 New Jersey DiPietro 8,269 6–4–2 14
13 November 4 Atlanta 4 – 1 NY Islanders DiPietro 12,394 6–5–2 14
14 November 6 Tampa Bay 5 – 1 NY Islanders Dunham 9,693 6–6–2 14
15 November 9 NY Islanders 3 – 1 Philadelphia DiPietro 18,656 7–6–2 16
16 November 15 NY Islanders 3 – 0 Dallas DiPietro 17,643 7–7–2 16
17 November 17 NY Islanders 2 – 3 Tampa Bay SO DiPietro 19,919 7–7–3 17
18 November 18 NY Islanders 4 – 1 Florida Dunham 16,833 8–7–3 19
19 November 20 NY Islanders 2 – 4 Toronto DiPietro 19,392 8–8–3 19
20 November 22 Carolina 2 – 4 NY Islanders DiPietro 12,419 9–8–3 21
21 November 24 Pittsburgh 1 – 3 NY Islanders DiPietro 15,625 10–8–3 23
22 November 25 Washington 1 – 4 NY Islanders DiPietro 13,214 11–8–3 25
23 November 28 NY Islanders 2 – 3 Pittsburgh DiPietro 17,082 12–8–3 27
24 November 30 Philadelphia 3 – 2 NY Islanders Dunham 10,280 12–9–3 27

DecemberEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
25 December 2 NY Islanders 5 – 3 Pittsburgh DiPietro 17,025 13–9–3 29
26 December 3 NY Islanders 7 – 4 NY Rangers DiPietro 18,200 14–9–3 31
27 December 5 Ottawa 4 – 2 NY Islanders Dunham 8,741 14–10–3 31
28 December 7 Montreal 4 – 2 NY Islanders DiPietro 9,551 14–11–3 31
29 December 9 Florida 4 – 5 NY Islanders SO DiPietro 12,825 15–11–3 33
30 December 15 NY Islanders 4 – 7 Pittsburgh DiPietro 17,028 15–12–3 33
31 December 16 Atlanta 0 – 6 NY Islanders DiPietro 10,452 16–12–3 35
32 December 19 NY Islanders 4 – 3 NY Rangers DiPietro 18,200 17–12–3 37
33 December 22 NY Islanders 1 – 5 Carolina DiPietro 18,252 17–13–3 37
34 December 23 Columbus 0 – 4 NY Islanders DiPietro 11,797 18–13–3 39
35 December 26 NY Rangers 0 – 2 NY Islanders DiPietro 16,234 19–13–3 41
36 December 27 NY Islanders 0 – 2 Ottawa DiPietro 20,192 19–14–3 41
37 December 30 New Jersey 2 – 0 NY Islanders DiPietro 16,234 19–15–3 41

JanuaryEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
38 January 1 NY Islanders 1 – 3 Buffalo DiPietro 18,690 19–16–3 41
39 January 2 Philadelphia 3 – 2 NY Islanders Dunham 10,461 19–17–3 41
40 January 4 NY Islanders 3 – 4 New Jersey DiPietro 12,529 19–18–3 41
41 January 6 NY Islanders 2 – 4 Carolina DiPietro 18,639 19–19–3 41
42 January 9 NY Islanders 5 – 3 NY Rangers DiPietro 18,200 20–19–3 43
43 January 11 NY Islanders 5 – 4 Boston SO DiPietro 13,529 21–19–3 45
44 January 13 New Jersey 2 – 1 NY Islanders OT DiPietro 16,234 21–19–4 46
45 January 15 Tampa Bay 4 – 3 NY Islanders DiPietro 15,426 21–20–4 46
46 January 16 NY Islanders 2 – 5 Pittsburgh Dunham 16,958 21–21–4 46
47 January 18 NY Islanders 4 – 2 Philadelphia DiPietro 19,118 22–21–4 48
48 January 26 NY Islanders 4 – 5 Atlanta OT Dunham 18,089 22–21–5 49
49 January 27 Buffalo 3 – 5 NY Islanders DiPietro 15,218 23–21–5 51
50 January 30 Detroit 3 – 4 NY Islanders OT DiPietro 12,322 23–21–6 52

FebruaryEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
51 February 1 NY Islanders 5 – 2 Atlanta Dunham 13,543 24–21–6 54
52 February 3 NY Islanders 4 – 2 Montreal DiPietro 21,273 25–21–6 56
53 February 4 NY Islanders 1 – 2 Washington SO DiPietro 12,508 25–21–7 57
54 February 7 Philadelphia 0 – 2 NY Islanders DiPietro 10,229 26–21–7 59
55 February 8 NY Islanders 0 – 2 New Jersey DiPietro 10,110 26–22–7 59
56 February 10 NY Islanders 3 – 4 Boston SO DiPietro 16,854 26–21–8 60
57 February 13 NY Islanders 3 – 2 Toronto SO DiPietro 19,600 27–21–8 62
58 February 15 Boston 1 – 4 NY Islanders DiPietro 10,079 28–22–8 64
59 February 17 New Jersey 2 – 0 NY Islanders DiPietro 15,223 28–23–8 64
60 February 19 Pittsburgh 5 – 6 NY Islanders DiPietro 15,472 29–23–8 66
61 February 22 Toronto 2 – 3 NY Islanders SO DiPietro 11,759 30–23–8 68
62 February 24 Montreal 2 – 3 NY Islanders DiPietro 16,234 31–23–8 70
63 February 27 Philadelphia 5 – 6 NY Islanders DiPietro 11,443 32–23–8 72

MarchEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
64 March 1 St. Louis 3 – 2 NY Islanders OT DiPietro 12,263 32–23–9 73
65 March 3 NY Islanders 6 – 2 Washington DiPietro 16,453 33–23–9 75
66 March 5 NY Islanders 1 – 2 NY Rangers SO DiPietro 18,200 33–23–10 76
67 March 8 NY Rangers 2 – 1 NY Islanders DiPietro 16,234 33–24–10 76
68 March 10 Washington 2 – 5 NY Islanders DiPietro 15,764 34–24–10 78
69 March 13 NY Islanders 3 – 5 Montreal Dunham 21,273 34–25–10 78
70 March 15 NY Islanders 1 – 5 Ottawa Dunham 19,989 34–26–10 78
71 March 17 NY Islanders 5 – 8 Florida Dunham 17,078 34–27–10 78
72 March 20 NY Islanders 3 – 4 Tampa Bay OT DiPietro 19,916 34–27–11 79
73 March 22 Pittsburgh 1 – 3 NY Islanders DiPietro 14,574 35–27–11 81
74 March 24 NY Islanders 4 – 3 Philadelphia DiPietro 19,422 36–27–11 83
75 March 25 NY Islanders 1 – 2 NY Rangers OT DiPietro 16,234 36–27–12 84
76 March 27 New Jersey 2 – 3 NY Islanders Dunham 13,337 36–28–12 84
77 March 30 NY Islanders 4 – 6 Buffalo Dunham 18,690 36–29–12 84
78 March 31 Ottawa 5 – 2 NY Islanders Dubielewicz 15,598 36–30–12 84

AprilEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Record Pts
79 April 3 NY Rangers 2 – 3 NY Islanders SO Dubielewicz 15,591 37–30–12 86
80 April 5 Toronto 2 – 5 NY Islanders Dubielewicz 14,352 38–30–12 88
81 April 7 NY Islanders 4 – 2 Philadelphia Dubielewicz 19,412 39–30–12 90
82 April 8 NY Islanders 3 – 2 New Jersey SO Dubielewicz 18,111 40–30–12 92
  • Green background indicates win.
  • Red background indicates regulation loss.
  • White background indicates overtime/shootout loss.

PlayoffsEdit

The New York Islanders earned the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference.

Eastern Conference Quarter-finals: vs. (1) Buffalo SabresEdit

Buffalo wins series 4–1

# Date Visitor Score Home OT Decision Attendance Series
1 April 12 NY Islanders 1 – 4 Buffalo Dubielewicz 18,690 0 – 1
2 April 14 NY Islanders 3 – 2 Buffalo DiPietro 18,690 1 – 1
3 April 16 Buffalo 3 – 2 NY Islanders DiPietro 16,234 1 – 2
4 April 18 Buffalo 4 – 2 NY Islanders DiPietro 16,234 1 – 3
5 April 20 NY Islanders 3 – 4 Buffalo DiPietro 18,690 1 – 4

Player stats Edit

Regular seasonEdit

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG
Blake, JasonJason Blake C 82 40 29 69 3411407
Satan, MiroslavMiroslav Satan LW 81 27 32 59 46-12712
Sillinger, MikeMike Sillinger C 82 26 33 59 4651123
Kozlov, ViktorViktor Kozlov C 81 25 26 51 2812504
Yashin, AlexeiAlexei Yashin C 58 18 32 50 446503
Poti, TomTom Poti D 78 6 38 44 74-1601
Hunter, TrentTrent Hunter RW 77 20 15 35 225512
Hilbert, AndyAndy Hilbert C/LW 81 8 20 28 3410001
Simon, ChrisChris Simon LW 67 10 17 27 7517200
Park, RichardRichard Park RW 82 10 16 26 334022
Hill, SeanSean Hill D 81 1 24 25 1106000
Asham, ArronArron Asham RW 80 11 12 23 633002
Robitaille, RandyRandy Robitaille C 50 6 17 23 22-2101
Bergeron, Marc-AndreMarc-Andre Bergeron D 23 6 15 21 105401
Martinek, RadekRadek Martinek D 43 2 15 17 4019000
Smyth, RyanRyan Smyth LW 18 5 10 15 140100
Campoli, ChrisChris Campoli D 51 1 13 14 23-3000
Witt, BrendanBrendan Witt D 81 1 13 14 13114000
York, MikeMike York LW 32 6 7 13 14-9201
Zhitnik, AlexeiAlexei Zhitnik D 30 2 9 11 4013001
Bates, ShawnShawn Bates C 48 4 6 10 3413010
Tambellini, JeffJeff Tambellini LW 23 2 7 9 66000
Gervais, BrunoBruno Gervais D 51 0 6 6 28-10000
Zednik, RichardRichard Zednik RW 10 1 2 3 2-2000
Meyer, FreddyFreddy Meyer D 35 0 3 3 240000
Nielsen, FransFrans Nielsen C 15 1 1 2 0-2001
DiPietro, RickRick DiPietro G 62 0 2 2 240000
Fata, DrewDrew Fata D 3 1 0 1 5-2000
Dunham, MikeMike Dunham G 19 0 1 1 00000
Rourke, AllanAllan Rourke D 11 0 1 1 40000
Boguniecki, EricEric Boguniecki C 11 0 0 0 80000
Colliton, JeremyJeremy Colliton C 1 0 0 0 0-1000
Comeau, BlakeBlake Comeau RW 3 0 0 0 00000
Dubielewicz, WadeWade Dubielewicz G 8 0 0 0 00000
Quint, DeronDeron Quint D 5 0 0 0 00000
Regier, SteveSteve Regier LW 1 0 0 0 00000
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L T/OT GA GAA SO SA SV SV%
DiPietro, RickRick DiPietro 3627 62 32 19 9 156 2.58 519171761.919
Dubielewicz, WadeWade Dubielewicz 379 8 4 1 0 13 2.06 0198185.934
Dunham, MikeMike Dunham 979 19 4 10 3 61 3.74 0552491.889
Team: 4985 82 40 30 12 230 2.77 526672437.914

PlayoffsEdit

Scoring
Player Pos GP G A Pts PIM +/- PPG SHG GWG
Smyth, RyanRyan Smyth LW 5 1 3 4 41000
Hunter, TrentTrent Hunter RW 5 3 0 3 01000
Blake, JasonJason Blake C 5 1 2 3 2-2000
Satan, MiroslavMiroslav Satan LW 5 1 2 3 00000
Poti, TomTom Poti D 5 0 3 3 60000
Bergeron, Marc-AndreMarc-Andre Bergeron D 5 1 1 2 61101
Campoli, ChrisChris Campoli D 5 1 1 2 2-1000
Gervais, BrunoBruno Gervais D 5 1 1 2 2-2000
Sillinger, MikeMike Sillinger C 5 1 1 2 2-1100
Kozlov, ViktorViktor Kozlov C 5 0 2 2 2-2000
Robitaille, RandyRandy Robitaille C 5 0 2 2 8-5000
Asham, ArronArron Asham RW 5 1 0 1 0-3000
Park, RichardRichard Park RW 5 0 1 1 20000
Witt, BrendanBrendan Witt D 5 0 1 1 6-3000
DiPietro, RickRick DiPietro G 4 0 0 0 00000
Dubielewicz, WadeWade Dubielewicz G 1 0 0 0 00000
Fata, DrewDrew Fata D 1 0 0 0 0-2000
Hilbert, AndyAndy Hilbert C/LW 5 0 0 0 2-1000
Hill, SeanSean Hill D 4 0 0 0 0-1000
Yashin, AlexeiAlexei Yashin C 5 0 0 0 00000
Zednik, RichardRichard Zednik RW 5 0 0 0 8-1000
Goaltending
Player MIN GP W L GA GAA SO SA SV SV%
DiPietro, RickRick DiPietro 236 4 1 3 13 3.31 0127114.898
Dubielewicz, WadeWade Dubielewicz 59 1 0 1 4 4.07 03531.886
Team: 295 5 1 4 17 3.46 0162145.895

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Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = plus/minus; PIM = Penalty minutes; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals
      MIN = Minutes played; W = Wins; L = Losses; T/OT = Ties/Overtime losses; GA = Goals-against; GAA = Goals-against average; SO = Shutouts; SA = Shots against; SV = Shots saved; SV% = Save percentage;

Transactions Edit

TradesEdit

October 25, 2006 To New York Islanders
Eric Boguniecki
To Columbus Blue Jackets
Ryan Caldwell
December 16, 2006 To New York Islanders
Freddy Meyer
conditional 3rd round pick in 2007
To Philadelphia Flyers
Alexei Zhitnik
December 20, 2006 To New York Islanders
Randy Robitaille
5th round pick in 2008
To Philadelphia Flyers
Mike York
January 5, 2007 To New York Islanders
Tomas Malec
To Ottawa Senators
Matt Koalska
February 18, 2007 To New York Islanders
Marc-Andre Bergeron
3rd round pick in 2008
To Edmonton Oilers
Denis Grebeshkov
February 26, 2007 To New York Islanders
Richard Zednik
To Washington Capitals
2nd round pick in 2007
February 27, 2007 To New York Islanders
Ryan Smyth
To Edmonton Oilers
Ryan O'Marra
Robert Nilsson
1st round pick in 2007

AcquisitionsEdit

Player Former Team
F Mike Sillinger Nashville Predators
D Brendan Witt Nashville Predators
F Andy Hilbert Pittsburgh Penguins
D Tom Poti New York Rangers
F Chris Simon Calgary Flames
D Rick Berry Nashville Predators
D Sean Hill Florida Panthers
F Viktor Kozlov New Jersey Devils
G Mike Dunham Atlanta Thrashers
D Richard Park Vancouver Canucks

DeparturesEdit

Player New Team
F Wyatt Smith Minnesota Wild
F Eric Godard Calgary Flames
D John Erskine Washington Capitals
F Jeff Hamilton Chicago Blackhawks

Draft PicksEdit

The Islanders' picks at the 2006 NHL Entry Draft in Vancouver, British Columbia.[9]

Round # Player Position Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 7 Kyle Okposo Right Wing Flag of the United States United States Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)
2 60 Jesse Joensuu Wing Flag of Finland Finland Ässät (SM-Liiga)
3 70 Robin Figren Wing Flag of Sweden Sweden Frölunda HC (Elitserien)
4 100 Rhett Rakhshani Right Wing Flag of the United States United States University of Denver(NCAA) /US National Team Development Program (USHL)
4 108 Jase Weslosky Goalie Flag of Canada.svg Canada Sherwood Park Crusaders (AJHL)
4 115 Tomas Marcinko Center Flag of Slovakia Slovakia HC Košice (Slovak Extraliga)
4 119 Doug Rogers Center Flag of the United States United States Saint Sebastian's School (Independent School League)
5 141 Kim Johansson Wing Flag of Sweden Sweden Malmö Jr.
6 160 Andrew MacDonald Defenceman Flag of Canada.svg Canada Moncton Wildcats (QMJHL)
6 171 Brian Day Right Wing Flag of the United States United States Governor Dummer (Independent School League)
6 173 Stefan Ridderwall Goalie Flag of Sweden Sweden Djurgården Jr. (J20)
7 190 Troy Mattila Left Wing Flag of the United States United States Springfield Jr. Blues (NAHL)

External linksEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Lafontaine leaves post as senior advisor" Mark Hermann, Newsday, July 19, 2006
  2. DiPietro Signed to Fifteen Year Deal. Newyorkislanders.com. Retrieved on September 19, 2006.
  3. http://www.newyorkislanders.com/pressbox/archive.asp?id=1247
  4. TSN : NHL - Canada's Sports Leader
  5. Oilers trade forward Smyth to Islanders. tsn.ca. Retrieved on February 27, 2007.
  6. New York Islanders - News: ISLANDERS 3, NEW JERSEY 2, SO - 04/08/2007
  7. Standings: NHL Public Relations Department (2008). in Dave McCarthy et al: THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Official Guide & Record Book/2009. National Hockey League, 157. ISBN 978-1-894801-14-0. 
  8. 2006-07 New York Islanders Statistics - Hockey-Reference.com. hockey-reference.com. Retrieved on 2009-06-15.
  9. 2006 NHL Entry Draft Results nhl.com - accessed December 9, 2006
2006–07 New York Islanders Roster

Goaltenders:

1 Dunham • 34 Dubielewicz • 39 DiPietro 

Defensemen

3 Poti • 4 Bouchard • 6 Hill • 8 Gervais • 14 Campoli • 21 Quint • 24 Martínek • 32 Witt • 38 Rourke • 44 Meyer • 47 Bergeron • 49 Fata 

Forwards

7 Hunter • 10 Park • 11 Hilbert • 12 Simon • 15 Tambellini • 17 Bates • 18 Sillinger • 20 Zednik • 25 Kozlov • 27 Robitaille • 45 Asham • 48 Regier • 51 Nielsen • 55 Blake • 79 Yashin • 81 Satan • 94 Smyth 

General ManagerGarth Snow •  CoachTed Nolan



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