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                                        2009
                                     U.S. OLYMPIC
                                       Men’s   O R I E N TAT I O N
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 THIS IS
                    USA Hockey
Leadership: Ron DeGregorio, President
            Dave Ogrean, Executive Director
National Headquarters: Colorado Springs, Colo.
Website: usahockey.com
Membership Base: Nearly 600,000 Players, Coaches,
                 Officials and Fans of the Game

USA Hockey, Inc., is the National Governing Body for the sport of ice hockey in the
United States. Its mission is to promote the growth of hockey in America and provide
the best possible experience for all participants by encouraging, developing,
advancing and administering the sport.

USA Hockey’s primary emphasis is on the support and development of grassroots
hockey programs. In January 2009, the organization launched the American
Development Model, which - for the first time ever - provides associations
nationwide with a blueprint for optimal athlete development.

While youth hockey is a main focus, USA Hockey also has vibrant junior and adult
hockey programs that provide opportunities for players of all ability levels. The
organization also supports a growing disabled hockey program and maintains an
inline hockey program to provide structure and support for its growth across the
nation.

Beyond serving those who play the game at the amateur level, USA Hockey has
certification programs for coaches and officials to ensure education standards are
met that coincide with the level of play. Furthermore, a large focus is put on parent
education with equipment needs, rules of the game and parental roles in youth
sports among common topics.

Members of the organization are entitled to many benefits, including a
subscription to USA Hockey Magazine, the most widely circulated hockey
publication in the world; excess accident, general liability and catastrophic
insurance coverage; access to USAHockey.com; and opportunities to participate
in USA Hockey National Championships, as well as player development camps.

USA Hockey is the official representative to the United States Olympic
Committee and the International Ice Hockey Federation. In this role, USA
Hockey is responsible for organizing and training men’s and women’s teams
for international tournaments, including the IIHF World Championships and
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administrator to facilitate learn-to-play programs for youth players and their parents.                                 O
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 THIS IS THE
                             United States                                                       THIS IS THE
                                                                                                                           International Ice
                             Olympic Committee                                                                             Hockey Federation

                          The United States Olympic Committee is a multi-faceted                                       The International Ice Hockey Federation, which was founded
                          organization headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., that                                  in the 1907-08 season, is the international governing body for
                          provides leadership and guidance for the Olympic Movement                                    the sport of hockey as recognized by the International
                          in this country and around the world.                                                        Olympic Committee. Headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland,
                                                                                                                       and under the direction of President Rene Fasel, the IIHF
                         In 1978, the passage of the Amateur Sports Act as federal law                                 sanctions a variety of international ice and inline hockey
                         appointed the U.S. Olympic Committee as the coordinating                                      tournaments, including the IIHF Men’s World Championship,
                         body for all Olympic-related athletic activity in the United                                  the IIHF World Women’s Championship, the IIHF World
States. The vision of the USOC has been to assist in finding opportunities for every                                   Junior Championship, the IIHF Men’s World Under-18
American to participate in sport, regardless of gender, race, age, geography or physical        Championship, the IIHF World Women’s Under-18 Championship and the IIHF InLine
ability.                                                                                        Hockey World Championship. The IIHF also oversees the men’s and women’s ice
                                                                                                hockey tournaments at the Olympic Winter Games and sanctions numerous
The USOC is the custodian of the U.S. Olympic Movement and is the moving force of               continental championships, including the IIHF European Championship.
sports in the United States that are on the program of the Olympic and/or Pan American
Games, or those wishing to be included. The USOC is recognized by the International             From its modest beginnings in 1920, the IIHF senior-level World Championship has
Olympic Committee as the sole agency in the United States whose mission involves                grown to include 16 teams and frequently attracts thousands of fans from throughout
training, entering and underwriting the full expenses for the United States teams in the        Europe and North America.
Olympic and Pan American Games.

The USOC also supports the bid of U.S. cities to host the Winter or Summer Olympic
Games, or Pan American Games and, after reviewing all the candidates, votes on and
may endorse one city per event as the U.S. bid city. The USOC also approves the U.S. trial
sites for the Olympic and Pan American Games team selections.




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 2 0 1 0 O LY M P I C
 WINTER GAMES

             Format
Where: Vancouver, British Columbia
When: February 16-28, 2010


PRELIMINARY ROUND
Twelve teams will participate in the Preliminary Round of the XXI Olympic Winter
Games ice hockey tournament. The 12 teams will be divided into three groups (A, B
and C) consisting of four teams each.
  Group A:     Canada, USA, Switzerland, Norway
  Group B:     Russia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Latvia
  Group C:     Sweden, Finland, Belarus, Germany
Competition during the Preliminary Round will feature a round-robin tournament,
with each team playing three games against teams within its group. Following the
18-game Preliminary Round, all 12 teams will be ranked together in one group (D).

QUALIFICATION ROUND
After the teams have been ranked together, the top four teams (D1, D2, D3, D4) will
receive a bye to the Quarterfinal Round. The eight remaining teams will begin a
single-elimination crossover format (Feb. 23) – No. 5 vs. No. 12 (winner becomes
E1); No. 6 vs. No. 11 (E2); No. 7 vs. No. 10 (E3); No. 8 vs. No. 9 (E4). The winning
teams will advance to the Quarterfinals while the losing teams will be ranked 9-12
according to their ranking after the Preliminary Round.

QUARTERFINAL ROUND
In the Quarterfinal Round (Feb. 24), games will be played with the following matchups:
  D1 vs. E4 (winner becomes F1)
  D2 vs. E3 (winner becomes F2)                                                                  MEDAL
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  D3 vs. E2 (winner becomes F3)
                                                                                                 The home teams for both the bronze-medal (Feb. 27) and gold-medal (Feb. 28)
  D4 vs. E1 (winner becomes F4)                                                                  games will be the higher ranked teams as determined at the conclusion of the Preliminary
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The winning teams will advance to the Semifinal Round while the losing teams will be ranked
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5-8 according to their ranking after the Preliminary Round.
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 2 0 1 0 O LY M P I C
 WINTER GAMES

           Men’s Ice
           Hockey Schedule
Schedule Subject To Change


PRELIMINARY ROUND
Date            Time**        Venue        Home – Away
Tues., Feb. 16  12:00 p.m.     CHP         United States – Switzerland
                4:30 p.m.      CHP         Canada – Norway
                9:00 p.m.      CHP         Russia – Latvia
Wed., Feb. 17   12:00 p.m.     CHP         Finland – Belarus
                4:30 p.m.      CHP         Sweden – Germany
                9:00 p.m.      CHP         Czech Republic – Slovakia
Thurs., Feb. 18 12:00 p.m.     CHP         United States – Norway
                4:30 p.m.      CHP         Switzerland – Canada
                9:00 p.m.      CHP         Slovakia – Russia
Fri., Feb. 19   12:00 p.m.     CHP         Belarus – Sweden
                4:30 p.m.      CHP         Czech Republic – Latvia
                9:00 p.m.      CHP         Finland – Germany
Sat., Feb. 20   12:00 p.m.     CHP         Norway – Switzerland
                4:30 p.m.      CHP         Latvia – Slovakia
                9:00 p.m.      CHP         Germany – Belarus
Sun. Feb. 21    12:00 p.m.     CHP         Russia – Czech Republic
                4:40 p.m.      CHP         Canada – United States
                9:00 p.m.      CHP         Sweden – Finland


QUALIFICATION PLAYOFF
Tues., Feb. 23 12:00 p.m.      CHP         Qualification Playoff 1*
               4:30 p.m.       CHP         Qualification Playoff 2
               7:00 p.m.       UBC         Qualification Playoff 3
               9:00 p.m.       CHP         Qualification Playoff 4

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Wed., Feb 24 12:00 p.m.        CHP         Quarterfinal 1*                           Sat., Feb. 27 7:00 p.m.                     CHP              Bronze-Medal Game
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              6:30 p.m.        CHP         Semifinal 2                               Venues: Canada Hockey Place (CHP), UBC Thunderbird Arena (UBC)                   __

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 2 0 0 9 U N I T E D S T AT E S O LY M P I C
 MEN’S ICE HOCKEY
        O R I E N TAT I O N C A M P
             Schedule

MONDAY – AUGUST 17 (event open to general public)
8:00 a.m. Credentials available at Seven Bridges inside main entrance (ID required)
9:00 a.m. Doors open to NHL rink to general public
9:20 a.m. Opening press conference in media workroom w/Brian Burke, David Poile,
           Jim Johannson, Rob Wolford
           Topics: Camp overview, Nike Olympic jersey debut, Operation Homefront
10:05 a.m. Introduction of players from Group 1 and debut of three versions of Nike 2010
           U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey jersey (in arena, on ice)
10:15 a.m. Group 1 Practice
           Media availability for Group 2 players (dance studio)
11:15 a.m. Media availability for Group 1 players (dance studio)
11:25 a.m. Introduction of Group 2 players (in arena, on ice)
11:30 a.m. Group 2 Practice
           Boxed lunches available to media (with ticket) in media workroom


TUESDAY – AUGUST 18 (event open to general public)
8:00 a.m. Credentials available at Seven Bridges inside main entrance (ID required)
9:00 a.m. Doors open to NHL rink to general public
9:20 a.m. Press conference in media workroom w/Paul Kelly, Dave Ogrean
           Topic: OneGoal Equipment Donation from NHLPA Goals & Dreams
           Program
10:05 a.m. Group 2 Practice
           Media availability for Group 1 players (dance studio)
11:05 a.m. Media availability for Group 2 players (dance studio)
11:20 a.m. Group 1 Practice
11:30 a.m. Boxed lunches available to media (with ticket) in media workroom
12:20 p.m. Media allowed on-ice for OneGoal program, photo op
12:25 p.m. OneGoal program on-ice

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 2 0 0 9 U N I T E D S TAT E S
 O LY M P I C M E N ’ S O R I E N T AT I O N C A M P

           Roster

GOALTENDERS
Name                  Ht (cm)      Wt (kg)     Birthdate   S/C      Hometown                    2008-09 NHL Team              TEAM STAFF
Ryan Miller           6-2 (188)    166 (75)    1/17/80      L       East Lansing, Mich.         Buffalo Sabres                General Manager:
Jonathan Quick        6-1 (185)    216 (98)    1/21/86      L       Milford, Conn.              Los Angeles Kings               Brian Burke, Edina, Minn.
Tim Thomas            5-11 (180)   201 (91)    4/15/74      L       Flint, Mich.                Boston Bruins                 Associate General Manager:
                                                                                                                                David Poile, Nashville, Tenn.
DEFENSEMEN
                                                                                                                              Asst. Exec. Director, Hockey Operations:
Tom Gilbert           6-3 (191)    206 (93)    1/10/83     R        Minneapolis, Minn.          Edmonton Oilers
                                                                                                                                Jim Johannson, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Tim Gleason           6-0 (183)    217 (98)    1/29/83     L        Clawson, Mich.              Carolina Hurricanes
                                                                                                                              Head Coach:
Ron Hainsey           6-3 (191)    205 (93)    3/24/81     L        Bolton, Conn.               Atlanta Thrashers
                                                                                                                                Ron Wilson, Riverside, R.I.
Erik Johnson          6-4 (193)    219 (99)    3/21/88     R        Bloomington, Minn.          St. Louis Blues
                                                                                                                              Assistant Coaches:
Jack Johnson          6-1 (185)    225 (102)   1/13/87     L        Ann Arbor, Mich.            Los Angeles Kings
                                                                                                                                Scott Gordon, Easton, Mass.
Mike Komisarek        6-4 (193)    243 (110)   1/19/82     R        West Islip, N.Y.            Montreal Canadiens
                                                                                                                                John Tortorella, Boston, Mass.
Paul Martin           6-1 (185)    195 (89)    3/5/81      L        Minneapolis, Minn.          New Jersey Devils
                                                                                                                              Video Coordinator:
Brooks Orpik          6-2 (188)    219 (99)    9/26/80     L        San Francisco, Calif.       Pittsburgh Penguins
                                                                                                                                Brad Aldrich, Hancock, Mich.
Brian Rafalski        5-10 (178)   191 (87)    9/28/73     R        Dearborn, Mich.             Detroit Red Wings
                                                                                                                              Equipment Managers:
Rob Scuderi           6-0 (183)    218 (99)    12/30/78    L        Syosset, N.Y.               Pittsburgh Penguins
                                                                                                                                Mike Aldrich, Hancock, Mich.
Ryan Suter            6-1 (185)    194 (88)    1/21/85     L        Madison, Wis.               Nashville Predators
                                                                                                                                Derek Settlemyre, High Point, N.C.
Ryan Whitney          6-4 (193)    219 (99)    2/19/83     L        Boston, Mass.               Anaheim Ducks
                                                                                                                              Trainers:
FORWARDS                                                                                                                        Stan Wong, Boca Raton, Fla.
David Backes          6-3 (191)    216 (98)    5/1/84      R        Minneapolis, Minn.          St. Louis Blues                 Ray Tufts, Anderson, Calif.
David Booth           6-0 (183)    212 (96)    11/24/84    L        Detroit, Mich.              Florida Panthers              Team Doctor:
Dustin Brown          6-0 (183)    207 (94)    11/4/84     R        Ithaca, N.Y.                Los Angeles Kings               Dr. Michael Stuart, Rochester, Minn.
Dustin Byfuglien      6-3 (191)    247 (112)   3/27/85     R        Minneapolis, Minn.          Chicago Blackhawks            Massage Therapist:
Ryan Callahan         5-11 (180)   188 (85)    3/21/85     R        Rochester, N.Y.             New York Rangers                Bruce Lifrieri, New York, N.Y.
Chris Drury           5-10 (178)   190 (86)    8/20/76     R        Trumbull, Conn.             New York Rangers              Communications:
Scott Gomez           5-11 (180)   200 (91)    12/23/79    L        Anchorage, Alaska           New York Rangers                Dave Fischer, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Patrick Kane          5-10 (178)   175 (79)    11/19/88    L        Buffalo, N.Y.               Chicago Blackhawks              Gerry Helper, Franklin, Tenn.
Ryan Kesler           6-2 (188)    205 (93)    8/31/84     R        Livonia, Mich.              Vancouver Canucks
Phil Kessel           6-0 (183)    180 (82)    10/2/87     R        Madison, Wis.               Boston Bruins                 USA HOCKEY, INC.
Jamie Langenbrunner   6-1 (185)    205 (93)    7/24/75     R        Cloquet, Minn.              New Jersey Devils             President:
Ryan Malone           6-4 (193)    224 (102)   12/1/79     L        Pittsburgh, Pa.             Tampa Bay Lightning             Ron DeGregorio, Salem, N.H.              T
Mike Modano           6-3 (191)    210 (95)    6/7/70      L        Livonia, Mich.              Dallas Stars                  Executive Director:                        E
Kyle Okposo           6-1 (185)    200 (91)    4/16/88     R        St. Paul, Minn.             New York Islanders              Dave Ogrean, Colorado Springs, Colo.     A
T.J. Oshie            5-11 (180)   170 (77)    12/23/86    R        Warroad, Minn.              St. Louis Blues               Vice Pres., International Council Chair:
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Zach Parise           5-11 (180)   190 (86)    7/28/84     L        Minneapolis, Minn.          New Jersey Devils               Tony Rossi, Chicago, Ill.
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Joe Pavelski          5-11 (180)   195 (89)    7/11/84     R        Stevens Point, Wis.         San Jose Sharks               Chairman of the Board:
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Bobby Ryan            6-2 (188)    208 (94)    3/17/87     R        Cherry Hill, N.J.           Anaheim Ducks                   Walter L. Bush, Jr., Naples, Fla.
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Paul Stastny          6-0 (183)    205 (93)    12/27/85    L        Denver, Colo.               Colorado Avalanche                                                       __
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                              Backes                       Forward                                      TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                        Year   Event                          GP    G     A      P     PIM
                             Height: 6’3” (191)      |   Weight: 216 (98)                               2009   Men’s World Championship        9    1     4      5      33
                                                                                                        2008   Men’s World Championship        6    0     1      1      35
                             Shoots: Right      |   Birthdate: May 1, 1984                              2007   Men’s World Championship        7    1     2      3       6
                                                                                                               TEAM USA TOTALS                22    2     7      9      74
                             Hometown: Minneapolis, Minn.
                             2008-09 Team: St. Louis Blues                                              NHL STATISTICS                               Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                        Season  Team                          GP    G     A     PTS    PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                        2008-09 St. Louis Blues                82   31    23      54   165    4   1      2      3     10
                                                                                                        2007-08 St. Louis Blues                72   13    18      31    99    -   -      -      -      -
                                                                                                        2006-07 St. Louis Blues                49   10    13      23    37    -   -      -      -      -
                                                                                                                NHL TOTALS                    203   54    54     108   301    4   1      2      3     10
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2008-09: Appeared in nine games for Team USA at the 2009
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Collected one goal and four assists … Led team with 28                  ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                         Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                        Season  Team (League)                 GP    G      A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
shots on goal … Named one of three best USA players. 2007-08: Member of the U.S. Men’s                  2006-07 Peoria Rivermen (AHL)         31    10      3     13    47    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                        2005-06 Peoria Rivermen (AHL)         12     5      5     10    10    3   1      1      2     8
National Team at the 2008 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Skated in six games for Team                          AHL TOTALS                    43    15      8     23    57    3   1      1      2     8
USA and tallied one assist. 2006-07: Appeared in all seven games for the U.S. Men’s National            2005-06   Minnesota State (WCHA)       38   13    29     42     91   -    -      -     -      -
Team at the 2007 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Tallied one goal and added two assists                 2004-05   Minnesota State (WCHA)       38   17    23     40     55   -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                                        2003-04   Minnesota State (WCHA)       39   16    21     37     66   -    -      -     -      -
… Scored one of Team USA’s three shorthanded goals in the tournament.                                             COLLEGE TOTALS              115   46    73    119    212   -    -      -     -      -

                                                                                                        2002-03   Lincoln Stars (USHL)        57    28    41     69    126   -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                                        2001-02   Lincoln Stars (USHL)        30    11    10     21     54   3    0      0     0      2
NHL EXPERIENCE: With St. Louis: 2008-09: Skated in all 82 regular-season games in his
                                                                                                                  USHL TOTALS                 87    39    51     90    180   3    0      0     0      2
third National Hockey League season with the St. Louis Blues … Recorded career highs in points
(54), goals (31), assists (23), power-play goals (6), shorthanded goals (2) and shots (208) … Added
a goal and two assists in four playoff contests. 2007-08: Appeared in 72 regular-season games
… Totaled 31 points (13-18). 2006-07: Recorded 23 points (10-13) in 49 games during his rookie
season.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Skated in 31 games with the Peoria Rivermen of the American
Hockey League in 2006-07 … Scored 10 goals and added two assists … In 2005-06 skated in 12
regular-season games and totaled 10 points (5-5) … Added a goal and an assist in three playoff
games … Played three seasons (2003-06) at Minnesota State University of the Western Collegiate
Hockey Association … Tied for first on the team with a career-best 42 points (13-29) as MSU’s
captain in 2005-06 … Selected to the Men’s RBK Division I West All-America Second Team as
well as the All-WCHA Second Team … Named MSU’s MVP in 2004-05 after playing in 38 games
and finishing first on team in points (40), goals (17), power-play points (21) power-play goals (10)
and game-winning goals (3), and second in assists (23) … Selected to the All-WCHA Third Team
… Second on the team in goals (16), assists (21) and points (37) in 2003-04 … Played two seasons
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                              Booth                        Forward                                      TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                        Year   Event                                     GP       G     A      P     PIM
                             Height: 6’0” (183)      |   Weight: 212 (96)                               2008   Men’s World Championship                   7       1     0      1       2
                             Shoots: Left     |   Birthdate: November 24, 1984                          2004   World Junior Championship                  6       1     1      2       4
                                                                                                        2002   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                8       2     2      4      10
                             Hometown: Detroit, Mich.
                                                                                                                    TEAM USA TOTALS                       21      4      3     7     16
                             2008-09 Team: Florida Panthers
                                                                                                        NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                        Season  Team                                     GP       G     A     PTS    PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                        2008-09 Florida Panthers                         72       31    29     60     38    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                        2007-08 Florida Panthers                         73       22    18     40     26    -   -      -      -     -
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2007-08: Scored a goal in seven games for Team USA at the                        2006-07 Florida Panthers                         48       3      7     10     12    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                                    NHL TOTALS                           193      56    29    110    76    -    -      -     -      -
2008 IIHF Men’s World Championship. 2003-04: Skated in all six games for the U.S. National
Junior Team as it captured its first-ever gold medal at the 2004 IIHF World Junior Championship         ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                       Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                        Season  Team (League)                            GP       G      A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
… Scored one goal and added an assist. 2001-02: Played in 58 games for the U.S. National
                                                                                                        2006-07 Rochester Americans (AHL)                25        7      7     14    26    6   0      2      2     4
Under-18 Team within USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program … Totaled 29 points                 2005-06 Michigan State Univ. (CCHA)              37       13     22     35    50    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                        2004-05 Michigan State Univ. (CCHA)              29        7      9     16    30    -   -      -      -     -
(17-12) … Helped the U.S. National Under-18 Team capture its first-ever gold medal at the 2002
                                                                                                        2003-04 Michigan State Univ. (CCHA)              30        8     10     18    30    -   -      -      -     -
IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship … Tallied two of Team USA’s three goals against                  2002-03 Michigan State Univ. (CCHA)              39       17     19     36    53    -   -      -      -     -

Russia in the gold-medal game … Finished tournament with four points (2-2).                                         COLLEGE TOTALS                       135      45    60    105    163   -    -      -     -      -

                                                                                                        2001-02     U.S. National Under-18 Team*          58      17    12     29    41    -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                                        2000-01     Detroit Compuware (NAHL)              42      17    13     30    44    2    1      0     1      2
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Florida: 2008-09: Appeared in 72 games and registered career
                                                                                                        *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program
highs in goals (31), assists (29), points (60) and power-play goals (11) in his third National Hockey
League season with the Florida Panthers … Ranked first on team in goals (31). 2007-08: Skated
in 73 games and recorded 40 points (22-18) … Ranked first on team with six game-winning
goals. 2006-07: Played in 48 games … Notched three goals and seven assists.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Totaled 14 points (7-7) in 25 regular-season games with the
Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League in 2006-07 … Notched two shorthanded
goals … Tallied two assists in six playoff games for Rochester … Skated in 134 games in four
years (2002-06) at Michigan State University of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association …
As a senior in 2005-06, finished third on the team with 35 points (13-22) … As a junior (2004-
05), appeared in 29 games, tallying seven goals and nine assists … As a sophomore (2003-04),
totaled 18 points (10-8) in 30 games … In 2002-03, led all Spartan freshmen and finished fourth
on team with 36 points (17-19) in 39 games … Earned CCHA All-Rookie Team honors … Named
Michigan State’s Rookie of the Year … Appeared in 47 regular-season games with Detroit
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                            Height: 6’0” (183)     |   Weight: 207 (94)                             2009   Men’s World Championship      9    3     5     8       8
                            Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: November 4, 1984                       2008   Men’s World Championship      7    5     4     9      22
                                                                                                    2006   Men’s World Championship      7    5     2     7      10
                            Hometown: Ithaca, N.Y.                                                  2004   Men’s World Championship      9    1     3     4       4
                            2008-09 Team: Los Angeles Kings                                         2003   World Junior Championship     7    2     2     4      10
                                                                                                    2002   World Junior Championship     7    1     3     4      10
                                                                                                             TEAM USA TOTALS            46    17    19    36    64


                                                                                                    NHL STATISTICS                             Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                    Season  Team                        GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A     PTS   PIM
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2008-09: Skated in all nine games for Team USA at the 2009
                                                                                                    2008-09 Los Angeles Kings           80    24    29     53    64    -   -       -      -     -
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Ranked second on team with eight points (3-5) … Named               2007-08 Los Angeles Kings           78    33    27     60    55    -   -       -      -     -
one of three best USA players. 2007-08: Skated in all seven games for the U.S. Men’s National       2006-07 Los Angeles Kings           81    17    29     46    54    -   -       -      -     -
Team at the 2008 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Ranked second on Team USA with five                2005-06 Los Angeles Kings           79    14    14     28    80    -   -       -      -     -
                                                                                                    2003-04 Los Angeles Kings           31    1      4      5    16    -   -       -      -     -
goals and added four assists. 2005-06: Led the U.S. Men’s National Team with seven points (5-
                                                                                                             NHL TOTALS                 349   89   103   192    269   -    -       -     -      -
2) in seven games at the 2006 IIHF Men’s World Championship. 2003-04: Skated in all nine
games for the U.S. Men’s National Team that earned the bronze medal at the 2004 IIHF Men’s          ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                      Regular Season                   Playoffs
World Championship … Tallied a goal and added three assists … Selected to U.S. National Junior      Season  Team (League)               GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A     PTS   PIM
Team for the third consecutive year, but was unable to participate due to injury. 2002-03: Skated   2004-05 Manchester Monarchs (AHL)   79    29    45     74    96    6   5       2      7     10
in all seven games for the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2003 IIHF World Junior Championship     2002-03 Guelph Storm (OHL)          58    34    42     76    89   11   7       8      15     6
                                                                                                    2001-02 Guelph Storm (OHL)          63    41    32     73    56    9   8       5      13    14
… Recorded two goals and two assists. 2001-02: Tallied a game-winning goal and added three
                                                                                                    2000-01 Guelph Storm (OHL)          53    23    22     45    45    4   0       0      0     10
assists as the youngest member of the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2002 IIHF World Junior                OHL TOTALS                 174   98    96   194    190   24   15     13     28    30
Championship.

NHL EXPERIENCE: With Los Angeles: 2008-09: Tallied 53 points (24-29) in 80 regular-
season games in his fifth National Hockey League season with the Los Angeles Kings …
Represented Los Angeles at the 2009 NHL All-Star Game in Montreal. 2007-08: Appeared in
78 regular-season games … Led the NHL with 311 hits … Led the Kings with 33 goals and
finished third on the team with 60 points (33-27) … Won the Ace Bailey Memorial Award as the
Kings’ Most Inspirational Player … Finished with six multi-goal games and 13 multi-point
games. 2006-07: Skated in 81 regular-season games … Totaled 46 points (17-29) … Led team
and finished second in the NHL with 258 hits … Ranked second on the Kings with 13 power-
play goals. 2005-06: Tallied 14 goals and added 14 assists in 79 regular-season games. 2003-04:
Played in 31 regular-season games for Los Angeles and recorded five points (1-4).

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Spent the 2004-05 season with the Manchester Monarchs of
the American Hockey League … Averaged nearly a point a game, totaling 74 points (29-45) in
79 regular-season games … Played in the AHL’s All-Star Classic … Scored five goals and added
two assists in six playoff games … Played three seasons (2000-03) with the Guelph Storm of the
Ontario Hockey League … Totaled 91 points (41-50) in 69 games during the 2002-03 season …                                                                                                            T
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                                                                                              Season    Team                          GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                            Height: 6’3” (191)     |   Weight: 247 (112)
                                                                                              2008-09   Chicago Blackhawks            77    15    16    31    81    17   3      6        9    26
                            Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: March 27, 1985
                                                                                              2007-08   Chicago Blackhawks            67    19    17    36    59    -    -      -        -     -
                            Hometown: Minneapolis, Minn.                                      2006-07   Chicago Blackhawks             9    1     2      3    10    -    -      -        -     -
                            2008-09 Team: Chicago Blackhawks                                  2005-06   Chicago Blackhawks            25    3     2      5    24    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                        NHL TOTALS                    178   38    37    75    174   17   3      6        9    26


                                                                                              ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                          Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                              Season    Team (League)                 GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Chicago: 2008-09: Skated in 77 games in his second full
                                                                                              2007-08   Rockford IceHogs (AHL)         8    2     5      7    25    -    -      -        -     -
National Hockey League season with the Chicago Blackhawks … Registered 31 points              2006-07   Norfolk Admirals (AHL)        63    16    28    44    146   6    0      2        2    18
(15-16) … Tied for third on team with four game-winning goals … Ranked third on team          2005-06   Norfolk Admirals (AHL)        53    8     15    23    75    4    1      2        3     4
with 202 shots on goal … Added nine points (3-6) in 17 playoff games. 2007-08: Recorded                 AHL TOTALS                    124   26    48    74    246   10   1      4        5    22

career highs in goals (19), assists (17) and power-play goals (7) … Fifth on team in points   2004-05   Prince George Cougars (WHL)   64    22    36    58    184   -    -      -        -     -
(36) … Tied for second in power-play (7) and game-winning goals (4). 2006-07: Registered      2003-04   Prince George Cougars (WHL)   66    16    29    45    137   -    -      -        -     -

a goal and two assists in nine games. 2005-06: Skated in 25 games and recorded five           2002-03   Prince George Cougars (WHL)   48    9     28    37    74    5    1      3        4    12
                                                                                                        Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)      8    1     1      2     4    -    -      -        -     -
points (3-2) … Scored a goal in his NHL debut against Nashville.
                                                                                              2001-02   Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)      3    0     0      0     0    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                        WHL TOTALS                    189   48    94    142   399   5    1      3        4    12
ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Skated in eight games with the Rockford IceHogs of the
                                                                                              2001-02   Chicago Mission (MAHL)        52    32    30    62    40    -    -      -        -     -
American Hockey League in 2007-08 and registered seven points (2-5) … Spent parts of
two seasons (2005-07) with the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals … In 2006-07, appeared in 63
games with the Admirals and collected 44 points (16-28) … Set franchise record for shots
in a single season (241) … Named to PlanetUSA AHL All-Star Team and Second-Team
AHL All-Star … Registered 23 points (8-15) in 53 games during the 2005-06 season …
Played three seasons (2002-05) with the Prince George Cougars of the Western Hockey
League … Led team with career-high 58 points (22-36) during the 2004-05 season … In
2003-04, ranked third on team with 45 points (16-29) … Appeared in 48 regular-season
games for the Cougars in the 2002-03 season, registering 37 points (9-28) … Skated in
five playoff games, totaling four points (1-3) … Played eight regular-season games with
the Brandon Wheat Kings of the WHL and registered a goal and an assist … Played three
games with Brandon in 2001-02 … In 2001-02, skated in 52 games with the Chicago
Mission of the Mid America Hockey League and recorded 62 points (32-20).

PERSONAL: Selected by the Chicago Blackhawks in the eighth round (245th overall) in
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                            Callahan                    Forward                                     TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                    Year      Event                         GP    G     A      P    PIM
                            Height: 5’11” (180)     |   Weight: 188 (85)                            2007      Men’s World Championship       -     -     -     -     -
                            Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: March 21, 1985                         2005      World Junior Championship      7     1     2     3    29
                            Hometown: Rochester, N.Y.                                                         TEAM USA TOTALS               7     1     2      3    29

                            2008-09 Team: New York Rangers
                                                                                                    NHL STATISTICS                                 Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                    Season    Team                          GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                    2008-09   New York Rangers              81    22    18    40    45    7    2       0        2     4
                                                                                                    2007-08   New York Rangers              52     8     5    13    31    10   2       2        4    10
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2006-07: Member of U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2007                      2006-07   New York Rangers              14     4     2     6     9    10   2       1        3     6
                                                                                                              NHL TOTALS                    147   34    25    59    85    27   6       3        9    20
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Did not appear in any games because of issues getting
equipment to competition. 2004-05: Skated in seven games with Team USA at the 2005 IIHF
                                                                                                    ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                          Regular Season                   Playoffs
World Junior Championship … Recorded three points (1-2).                                            Season    Team (League)                 GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                    2007-08   Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL)      11     7     8    15    27    -    -       -        -     -
NHL EXPERIENCE: With the New York Rangers: 2008-09: Appeared in 81 regular-season                   2006-07   Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL)      60    35    20    55    74    -    -       -        -     -
games in his third National Hockey League season with the New York Rangers … Tallied career                   AHL TOTALS                    71    42    28    70    101   -    -       -        -     -
highs in goals (22), assists (18), points (40) and power-play goals (2) … Tied for fourth on team   2005-06   Guelph Storm (OHL)            62    52    32    84    126   13   7      17       24    20
in goals (22) … Scored two goals in seven playoff games. 2007-08: Played in 52 regular-season       2004-05   Guelph Storm (OHL)            60    28    26    54    108   4    1       1        2     6
games and notched eight goals and five assists … Tied for third on team with a +7 … Appeared        2003-04   Guelph Storm (OHL)            68    36    32    68    86    22   13      8       21    20
                                                                                                    2002-03   Guelph Storm (OHL)            59    14    17    31    47    11   0       3        3     2
in 10 playoff games and recorded two goals and two assists. 2006-07: Skated in 14 regular-
                                                                                                              OHL TOTALS                    249   130   107   237   367   50   21     29       50    48
season games … Registered six points (4-2) … Played in 10 playoff games and recorded two
goals and one assist.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played parts of two seasons (2006-08) with the Hartford Wolf
Pack of the American Hockey League … Appeared in 11 games and registered seven goals and
eight assists in 2007-08 … In 2006-07, skated in 60 games with Hartford and accumulated 55
points (35-20) … Named to AHL All-Rookie Team … Led Wolf Pack in goals (35) and was second
in points (55) before being recalled to Rangers … Played four seasons (2002-06) with the Guelph
Storm of the Ontario Hockey League … Scored 130 career goals, ranking first in Guelph history
… In 2005-06, appeared in 62 regular-season games with the Storm … Ranked first on team in
goals (52) and points (84) … Skated in 15 playoff games and recorded 24 points (7-17) … Played
in 60 regular-season games in 2004-05 … Led team in goals (28) and points (54) … Appeared in
four playoff games and recorded one goal and an assist … In 2003-04, skated in 68 regular-
season games with Guelph and registered 68 points (36-32) … Led team with 13 power-play
goals … Played in 22 playoff games … Led team in goals (13) and tied for second in points (21)
during playoffs … Appeared in 59 regular-season games in 2002-03 and totaled 14 goals and 17
assists for 31 points … Skated in 11 playoff games and registered three assists.
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                             Drury                        Forward                                       TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                        Year   Event                       GP    G      A     PTS    PIM
                             Height: 5’10” (178)     |   Weight: 190 (86)                               2006   Olympic Winter Games         6    0       3      3      2
                                                                                                        2004   World Cup of Hockey          5    0       0      0      0
                             Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: August 20, 1976                           2004   Men’s World Championship     9    3       3      6     27
                             Hometown: Trumbull, Conn.                                                  1998   Men’s World Championship     6    1       2      3     12
                                                                                                        1997   Men’s World Championship     8    0       1      1      2
                             2008-09 Team: New York Rangers                                             1996   World Junior Championship    6    2       2      4      2
                                                                                                               TEAM USA TOTALS             46    6      11     17     45

                                                                                                        NHL STATISTICS                             Regular Season                     Playoffs
                                                                                                        Season  Team                       GP     G     A     PTS    PIM   GP    G       A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                        2008-09 New York Rangers            81    22    34      56    32    6     1       0        1     2
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2005-06: Appeared in all six games for Team USA at the 2006                      2007-08 New York Rangers            82    25    33      58    45    10    3       3        6     8
Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy … Registered three assists. 2003-04: Skated in five               2006-07 Buffalo Sabres              77    37    32      69    30    16    8       5       13     2
games for Team USA at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey … Played all nine games at the 2004 IIHF             2005-06 Buffalo Sabres              81    30    37      67    32    18    9       9       18    10
                                                                                                        2003-04 Buffalo Sabres              76    18    35      53    68     -    -       -        -     -
Men’s World Championship … Totaled six points (3-3) in helping Team USA win the bronze                  2002-03 Calgary Flames              80    23    30      53    33     -    -       -        -     -
medal. 2001-02: Named to his first U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Team … Skated in all six               2001-02 Colorado Avalanche          82    21    25      46    38    21    5       7       12    10
                                                                                                        2000-01 Colorado Avalanche          71    24    41      65    47    23   11       5       16     4
games of the XIX Olympic Winter Games and helped the United States earn a silver medal …                1999-00 Colorado Avalanche          82    20    47      67    42    17    4      10       14     4
1997-98: Notched three points (1-2) in six games at the 1998 IIHF Men’s World Championship              1998-99 Colorado Avalanche          79    20    24      44    62    19    6       2        8     4
… 1996-97: Added one assist in eight games at the 1997 IIHF Men’s World Championship …                          NHL TOTALS                 791   240   338     578   429   130   47      41       88    44
1995-96: Registered four points (2-2) in six games at the 1996 IIHF World Junior Championship.
                                                                                                        ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                      Regular Season                     Playoffs
                                                                                                        Season  Team (League)              GP     G     A     PTS    PIM   GP    G       A     PTS     PIM
NHL EXPERIENCE: With the New York Rangers: 2008-09: Skated in 81 regular-season                         1997-98 Boston Univ. (HEA)          38    28    29      57    88    -    -       -      -       -
games in his second season (10th overall) with the National Hockey League’s New York Rangers            1996-97 Boston Univ. (HEA)          41    38    24      62    64    -    -       -      -       -
                                                                                                        1995-96 Boston Univ. (HEA)          37    35    33      68    46    -    -       -      -       -
… Third on team in assists (34), fourth in points (56) and tied for fourth in goals (22) … Led team     1994-95 Boston Univ. (HEA)          39    12    15      27    38    -    -       -      -       -
with 10 power-play goals … Named Rangers’ 25th team captain prior to season … Scored one                        COLLEGE TOTALS             155   113   101     214   236    -    -       -      -       -
goal in six playoff games. 2007-08: Appeared in all 82 regular-season games … Registered 58
points (25-33) … Led team in power-play (12) and game-winning goals (7) … Registered six
points (3-3) in 10 playoff games. With Buffalo: 2006-07: Played in 77 games with the Buffalo
Sabres … Served as co-captain for second consecutive season … Established career highs in
goals (37), points (69), power-play goals (17), shorthanded goals (3) and game-winning goals (9)
… Appeared in 16 playoff games and recorded eight goals and five assists … Ranked third
among all NHL players in playoff goals (8). 2005-06: Skated in 81 regular-season games and            Year and a recipient of NCAA All-America honors in
tallied 67 points (30-37) … Led team with 16 power-play goals … Notched 18 points (9-9) in 18         both 1997-98 and 1996-97 … Played in 39 games as
playoff games. 2003-04: Notched 53 points (18-35) in 76 games. With Calgary: 2002-03:                 a freshman in 1994-95 … Recorded 27 points (12-15)
Registered 53 points (23-30) in 80 regular-season games. With Colorado: 2001-02: Recorded             as BU captured the NCAA Championship.
46 points (21-25) in 82 regular-season games … Added 12 points (5-7) in 21 playoff games. 2000-
01: Scored 24 goals and added 41 assists in 71 regular-season games … Helped lead Colorado            PERSONAL: Younger brother of Ted Drury, a two-
to the Stanley Cup with 11 goals and five assists in 23 playoff games. 1999-2000: Notched 67          time member of the U.S. Olympic Team (1992, 1994)
points (20-47) while playing in all 82 games. 1998-99: Posted 44 points (20-24) in 79 games …         and eight-year player in the NHL … A member of the
Won Calder Memorial Trophy as the NHL Rookie of the Year … Named The Sporting News                    Trumbull, Conn., baseball team that won the 1989
Rookie of the Year and was selected to the 1999 NHL All-Rookie Team.                                  Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. …
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ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Finished his four-year career at Boston University (1994-98) of                game of the Little League World Series … Selected in
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the Hockey East Association as the school’s all-time leader in goals scored (113) and third on        the third round (72nd overall) by the Quebec Nordiques in the
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BU’s career points list (214) … Honored with the 1998 Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the               1994 NHL Entry Draft … Traded to Calgary from Colorado, along with Stephane Yelle, for Dean
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most outstanding player in college hockey after collecting 57 points (28-29) in 38 games …            McAmmond, Derek Morris and Jeff Shantz on Oct. 1, 2002 … Traded to Buffalo, along with Steve
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Runner-up in the Hobey Baker voting in 1997 (38-24—62) and was also a finalist for the award
in 1996 (35-33–68) … Chosen as the USA Hockey Player of the Year, Hockey East Player of the           agent by the Rangers on July 1, 2007 ... Born on August 20, 1976, in Trumbull, Conn.                   A
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                            Gilbert                     Defenseman                                TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                  Year      Event                          GP    G     A     PTS   PIM
                            Height: 6’3” (191)    |   Weight: 206 (93)                            2008      Men’s World Championship        7    1     3      4     0
                            Shoots: Right    |   Birthdate: January 10, 1983                                TEAM USA TOTALS                 7    1     3      4     0
                            Hometown: Minneapolis, Minn.
                            2008-09 Team: Edmonton Oilers                                         NHL STATISTICS                                  Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                  Season    Team                           GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                  2008-09   Edmonton Oilers                82    5     40    45    26    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                  2007-08   Edmonton Oilers                82    13    20    33    20    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                  2006-07   Edmonton Oilers                12    1     5      6     0    -    -      -        -     -
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2007-08: Registered four points (1-3) in seven games at the                          NHL TOTALS                     176   19    65    84    46    -    -      -        -     -

2008 IIHF Men’s World Championship.
                                                                                                  ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                           Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                  Season    Team (League)                  GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Edmonton: 2008-09: Skated in all 82 regular-season games                     2006-07   Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)    48    4     26    30    32    10   1      7        8    10
during his second full season with the National Hockey League’s Edmonton Oilers … Led             2005-06   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      43    12    19    31    32    -    -      -        -     -

defensemen on team with 40 assists … Ranked fourth in points (45). 2007-08: Appeared in all       2004-05   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      41    8     9     17    48    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                  2003-04   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      39    6     15    21    36    -    -      -        -     -
82 regular-season games … Led Oliers’ defensemen with 33 points (13-20) … Ranked 10th             2002-03   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      39    7     13    20    36    -    -      -        -     -
among NHL rookie point-getters … Led all NHL rookie defensemen while setting an Edmonton                    COLLEGE TOTALS                 162   33    56    89    152   -    -      -        -     -
record for most goals by a rookie defenseman with 13. 2006-07: Registered six points (1-5) in
                                                                                                  2001-02   Chicago Steel (USHL)           57    13    15    28    62    4    0      0        0     4
12 games.                                                                                         2000-01   Chicago Steel (USHL)            1    0     0      0     0    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                            USHL TOTALS                    58    13    15    28    62    -    -      -        -     -
ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played in 48 regular-season games for the Wilkes-
Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League in 2006-07 … Totaled 30 points (4-26)
… Recorded a goal and seven assists in 10 playoff games with the Penguins … Played in 162
games over four years (2002-06) at the University of Wisconsin of the Western Collegiate Hockey
Association … Scored the game-winning goal in his senior season to defeat Boston College in
the 2006 NCAA championship game … Led all Wisconsin defensemen with 31 points (12-19)
while serving as an alternate captain for second consecutive season… Named to the All-WCHA
First Team … A RBK West Second Team All-America selection … In his junior season (2004-05),
finished second among Badger defensemen with 17 points (8-9) in 41 games … In 2003-04,
skated in 39 games for Wisconsin … Tallied six goals and 15 assists … Finished third on team
with 20 points (7-13) in 39 games during his freshman season … Skated in 57 regular-season
games for the Chicago Steel of the United States Hockey League in 2001-02 … Recorded 13
goals and 15 assists.

PERSONAL: Selected by the Colorado Avalanche in the fourth round (129th overall) of the 2002
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                            Gleason                     Defenseman                                TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                  Year   Event                           GP    G     A     P     PIM
                            Height: 6’0” (183)    |   Weight: 217 (98)                            2008   Men’s World Championship         6    0     1     1      6
                                                                                                  2003   World Junior Championship        1    0     0     0      0
                            Shoots: Left   |   Birthdate: January 29, 1983
                                                                                                  2001   World Junior Championship        7    0     1     1      2
                            Hometown: Clawson, Mich.                                                        TEAM USA TOTALS              14    0     2     2      8
                            2008-09 Team: Carolina Hurricanes
                                                                                                  NHL STATISTICS                                Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                  Season  Team                           GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                  2008-09 Carolina Hurricanes            70    0     12     12    68   18   1       4      5     32
                                                                                                  2007-08 Carolina Hurricanes            80    3     16     19    84    -   -       -      -      -
                                                                                                  2006-07 Carolina Hurricanes            57    2      4      6    57    -   -       -      -      -
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2007-08: Appeared in six games at the 2008 IIHF Men’s World                2005-06 Los Angeles Kings              78    2     19     21    77    -   -       -      -      -
Championship and registered one assist. 2002-03: Member of the U.S. National Junior Team at       2003-04 Los Angeles Kings              47    0      7      7    21    -   -       -      -      -
the 2003 IIHF World Junior Championship … Limited to one game due to injury. 2000-01: Skated                NHL TOTALS                   332   7     58    65    307   18   1       4     5     32
in all seven games for the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2001 IIHF World Junior Championship
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… Recorded one assist.
                                                                                                  Season  Team (League)                  GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                  2004-05 Manchester Monarchs (AHL)      67    10    14     24   112    5   0       0      0     4
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Carolina: 2008-09: Appeared in 70 regular-season games in his                2003-04 Manchester Monarchs (AHL)      22    0      8      8    19    6   0       1      1     4
fifth National Hockey League season and third with the Carolina Hurricanes … Registered 12                  AHL TOTALS                   89    10    22    32    131   11   0       1     1      8
assists … Ranked third on team with +3 … Registered five points (1-4) in 18 playoff games.        2002-03   Windsor Spitfires (OHL)      45    7     31    38     75    7   5       2      7    17
2007-08: Appeared in a career-high 80 regular-season games … Led all Hurricane defensemen         2001-02   Windsor Spitfires (OHL)      67    17    42    59    109   16   7      13     20    40
                                                                                                  2000-01   Windsor Spitfires (OHL)      47    8     28    36    124    9   1       2      3    23
with 151 hits … Recorded three goals and 16 assists … Finished the season with a career-high
                                                                                                  1999-00   Windsor Spitfires (OHL)      55    5     13    18    101   12   2       4      6    14
+5 rating. 2006-07: Skated in 57 regular-season games … Notched two goals and added four                    OHL TOTALS                   214   37   114   151    409   44   15     21     36    94
assists. With Los Angeles: 2005-06: Played in 78 regular-season games and finished second
on the team with 141 hits and third on the squad with 117 blocked shots … Notched a career-
best 21 points (2-19). 2003-04: Appeared in 47 regular-season games and recorded seven
assists.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played two seasons (2003-05) with the Manchester Monarchs
of the American Hockey League … Skated in 67 regular-season games for Manchester in 2004-
05 … Led all Monarch blueliners with 10 goals and finished second among the team’s
defensemen with 24 points … Finished the regular season with a +17 rating … Appeared in
five playoff games … Tallied eight assists in 22 regular-season games for Manchester in 2003-
04 … Recorded one assist in six postseason games … Totaled 151 points (37-114) in 216
regular-season games over four seasons (1999-2003) with the Windsor Spitfires of the Ontario
Hockey League … Captained the team and led all Windsor defensemen with 38 points (7-31) in
2002-03 … Represented the Western Conference in the 2002 OHL All-Star Game … Led all
defensemen and finished second on the team with 59 points (17-42) in a team-high 67 games
in 2001-02 … Totaled 20 points (7-13) in 16 postseason games … Served as an alternate captain
for Windsor and led all Spitfire defensemen with 36 points (8-28) in 2000-01 … Named Windsor’s
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2003 … Acquired by Carolina along with Eric Belanger from Los Angeles for Oleg Tverdovsky
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                             Gomez                        Forward                                       TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                        Year   Event                          GP    G      A      P     PIM
                             Height: 5’11” (180)     |   Weight: 200 (91)                               2006   Olympic Winter Games            6    1       4      5     10
                                                                                                        2004   World Cup of Hockey             5    1       3      4      0
                             Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: December 23, 1979                           1999   World Junior Championship       6    3       7     10      4
                             Hometown: Anchorage, Alaska                                                1998   World Junior Championship       7    1       0      1      2
                                                                                                               TEAM USA TOTALS                24    6      14     20     16
                             2008-09 Team: New York Rangers
                                                                                                        NHL STATISTICS                                Regular Season                     Playoffs
                                                                                                        Season  Team                          GP     G     A     PTS    PIM   GP    G       A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                        2008-09 New York Rangers               77    16    42      58    60    7     2       3        5     4
                                                                                                        2007-08 New York Rangers               81    16    54      70    36    10    4       7       11     8
                                                                                                        2006-07 New Jersey Devils              72    13    47      60    42    11    4      10       14    14
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2005-06: Appeared in all six Team USA games at the 2006                          2005-06 New Jersey Devils              82    33    51      84    42    9     5       4        9     6
Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy … Tied for first on team in assists (4) and points (5). 2004-     2003-04 New Jersey Devils              80    14    56      70    70    5     0       6        6     0
05: Scored a goal and added three assists for Team USA in five games at the 2004 World Cup of           2002-03 New Jersey Devils              80    13    42      55    48    24    3       9       12     2
                                                                                                        2001-02 New Jersey Devils              76    10    38      48    36     -    -       -        -     -
Hockey. 1998-99: Skated for the U.S. National Junior Team at the 1999 IIHF World Junior                 2000-01 New Jersey Devils              76    14    49      63    46    25    5       9       14    24
Championship … Tied for second in the tournament with 10 points (3-7) in six games… Tied                1999-00 New Jersey Devils              82    19    51      70    78    23    4       6       10     4
for first in assists in the tournament, and ranked second on the U.S. squad in scoring … His 10                 NHL TOTALS                    706   148   430     578   458   114   27      54       81    62

points rank 10th on the all-time U.S. single-tournament point leaders list, and his seven assists
                                                                                                        ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                          Regular Season                    Playoffs
place him eighth. 1997-98: Appeared in six games at the 1998 IIHF World Junior Championship             Season  Team (League)                 GP     G     A     PTS    PIM   GP    G       A     PTS     PIM
and recorded one goal.                                                                                  2004-05 Alaska Aces (ECHL)             61   13     73      86    69    4    1        3      4       4
                                                                                                        1998-99 Tri-City Americans (WHL)       58   30     78     108    55   10    6       13     19      31
                                                                                                        1997-98 Tri-City Americans (WHL)       45   12     37      49    57    -    -        -      -       -
NHL EXPERIENCE: With the New York Rangers: 2008-09: Appeared in 77 regular-season                               WHL TOTALS                    103   42    115     157   112   10    6       13     19      31
games in his ninth National Hockey League season and second with the New York Rangers …
Ranked first on team in assists (42) and shots on goal (271) … Tied for second on team in points
(58) … Tied for first on team in game-winning goals (7) … Led team with five points (2-3) and
tied for first with one power-play goal in seven playoff games. 2007-08: Played in 81 regular-
season games … Ranked 12th in league and led team with 54 assists … Ranked second on
team in points (70), third in shots (242), tied for third in power-play goals (7) and ranked fourth
in goals (16) … Named to NHL Eastern Conference All-Star Team … Skated in 10 playoff games            points … Helped New Jersey capture the Stanley Cup
… Second on team in points (11) and tied for second in goals (4) and assists (7). With New            … Registered 10 points (4-6) in 24 playoff games …
Jersey: 2006-07: Appeared in 72 regular-season games with the New Jersey Devils …                     Just the third player in the expansion era to be first
Registered 60 points (13-47) … Tied for second on team in assists (47) … Ranked second on             in rookie scoring during both the regular-season and
team with career-high 242 shots on goal … Appeared in 11 playoff games … Led team in playoff          the playoffs … One of only eight players in NHL
assists (10) and points (14). 2005-06: Skated in all 82 regular-season games … Established career     history to win the Stanley Cup and the Calder
highs in goals (33) and points (84) … Ranked second on team in points (84) … Tied for first on        Memorial Trophy in the same season.
team with career-high 26 multi-point games … Appeared in nine playoff games and ranked
third on team with nine points (5-4). 2003-04: Played in 80 regular-season games and ranked           ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Skated for the Alaska
second on the team with 70 points (14-56) … Matched a career high in points with 70 and set           Aces of the ECHL during the 2004-05 NHL lockout …
a career high in assists with 56 … Recorded six assists in five playoff games. 2002-03:               Totaled 90 points (14-76) in 65 games … Played two
Completed the regular-season tied for second on New Jersey with 55 points and first with 42           seasons for the Tri-City Americans of the Western
assists in 80 regular-season games … Posted a career-high plus/minus rating with a +17 …              Hockey League (1997-99) … Recorded 108 points on                                                          T
Helped lead the Devils to the Stanley Cup … Skated in all 24 playoff games and notched 12             30 goals and 78 assists in 58 games in 1998-99 ...
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points (3-9). 2001-02: Played in 76 games and totaled 48 points (10-38). 2000-01: Skated in 76        Collected 49 points (12-37) in 45 games with Tri-City in 1997-98.
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regular-season contests and finished fourth on team with 63 points (14-49) … Ranked second
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on team in assists (49) … Posted a career-high 14 playoff points (5-9) in 25 games. 1999-2000:        PERSONAL: Selected with the New Jersey Devils’ first-round (27th overall) pick in the 1998
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the Calder Memorial Trophy as the league’s top rookie … Named to the NHL All-Rookie Team              as a free agent on July 1, 2007 … Traded to the Montreal Canadiens, along with Tom Pyatt and
… Finished first on New Jersey and among NHL rookies with 51 assists and 27 power-play                Mike Busto, for Christopher Higgins, Ryan McDonagh and Pavel Valentenko on June 30, 2009.                 A
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                           Hainsey                     Defenseman                                TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                 Year   Event                                     GP       G     A      P      PIM
                           Height: 6’3” (191)    |   Weight: 205 (93)                            2009   Men’s World Championship                   9       2      4      6       2
                                                                                                 2001   World Junior Championship                  7       0      5      5       2
                           Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: March 24, 1981                         2000   World Junior Championship                  7       1      1      2       4
                                                                                                 1999   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                6       2      1      3       8
                           Hometown: Bolton, Conn.
                                                                                                        TEAM USA TOTALS                           29       5     11     16      16
                           2008-09 Team: Atlanta Thrashers
                                                                                                 NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                    Playoffs
                                                                                                 Season  Team                                     GP       G     A     PTS     PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                 2008-09 Atlanta Thrashers                         81       6    33      39     32    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                 2007-08 Columbus Blue Jackets                     78       8    24      32     25    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                 2006-07 Columbus Blue Jackets                     80       9    25      34     69    -   -      -      -     -
TEAM USA EXPERIENCE: 2008-09: Appeared in all nine games for Team USA at the 2009                2005-06 Columbus Blue Jackets                     55       2    15      17     43    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                 2003-04 Montreal Canadiens                        11       1     1      2      4     -   -      -      -     -
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Ranked fourth among team defensemen with 6 points (2-            2002-03 Montreal Canadiens                        21       0     0      0      2     -   -      -      -     -
4). 2000-01: Tallied five assists in seven games for the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2001           NHL TOTALS                               326      26    98     124    175    -   -      -      -     -
IIHF World Junior Championship. 1999-2000: Notched a goal and an assist in seven games for
Team USA at the 2000 IIHF World Junior Championship. 1998-99: Scored two goals and added         ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                       Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                 Season  Team (League)                            GP       G      A     PTS    PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
an assist in six games for the U.S. National Under-18 Team at the 1999 IIHF Men’s World Under-   2005-06 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)                   22       3     14      17    19    -   -       -      -     -
18 Championship … Appeared in 73 games with the U.S. National Under-18 Team within USA           2004-05 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)                   68       9     14      23    45    4   1       1      2     0
                                                                                                 2003-04 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)                   54       7     24      31    35   10   0       5      5     6
Hockey’s National Team Development Program … Recorded 26 points (10-16). 1997-98: Skated         2002-03 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)                   33       2     11      13    26   23   1      10     11    20
in 66 games with the U.S. National Under-17 Team and registered six goals and 15 assists.        2001-02 Quebec Citadelles (AHL)                   63       7     24      31    26    3   0       0      0     0
                                                                                                 2000-01 Quebec Citadelles (AHL)                   4        1      0      1     0     1   0       0      0     0
                                                                                                         AHL TOTALS                               244      29     87     116   151   41   2      16     18    26
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Atlanta: 2008-09: Skated in 81 regular-season games with the
Atlanta Thrashers in his third full National Hockey League season … Led Thrashers defensemen     2000-01     UMass Lowell (HEA)                    33      10    26     36     51    -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                                 1999-00     UMass Lowell (HEA)                    30       3     8     11     20    -    -      -     -      -
with a career-high 39 points (6-33). With Columbus: 2007-08: Recorded 32 points (8-24) in                    COLLEGE TOTALS                        63      13    34     47     71    -    -      -     -      -
78 games with the Columbus Blue Jackets. 2006-07: Skated in 80 games with during his first
                                                                                                 1998-99     U.S. National Under-18 Team*          73      10    16     26      72   -    -      -     -      -
full NHL season … Netted a career-high nine goals and added 25 assists. 2005-06: Played in       1997-98     U.S. National Under-17 Team*          66       6    15     21      44   -    -      -     -      -
55 regular-season games and tallied two goals and 15 assists. With Montreal: 2003-04:                        NTDP TOTALS                          139      16    31     47     116   -    -      -     -      -
Recorded two points (1-1) in 11 games with the Montreal Canadiens. 2002-03: Appeared in 21       *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program
games.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played parts of four seasons (2002-06) with the Hamilton
Bulldogs of the American Hockey League … Spent part of the 2005-06 season with the Bulldogs
… Totaled 17 points (3-14) in 22 regular-season contests … Competed in 68 regular-season
games for Hamilton in 2004-05 … Collected 23 points (9-14) … Added one goal and one assist
in four playoff games … Totaled 31 points (7-24) in 54 regular-season games for Hamilton in
2003-04 … Tallied five assists in 10 playoff games … Collected two goals and 11 assists in 33
regular-season games for Hamilton in 2002-03 … Notched one goal and 10 assists in 23 playoff
games … Appeared in 63 regular-season games for the Quebec Citadelles of the AHL in 2001-
02 … Totaled 31 points (7-24) … Skated in three playoff games … Named to the AHL All-Rookie
Team … Totaled one goal in four regular-season games for Quebec in 2000-01 … Skated in one
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the Hockey East Association and totaled 47 points (13-34) in 63 games … Collected 36 points                                                                                                                        E
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selection in his final season (2000-01) at Massachusetts Lowell.
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                                                                                                    Year        Event                                GP       G     A      P    PIM
                             Height: 6’4” (193)    |   Weight: 219 (99)                             2007        Men’s World Championship              7       0     2      2     4
                             Shoots: Right    |   Birthdate: March 21, 1988                                     World Junior Championship             7       4     6     10    16
                             Hometown: Bloomington, Minn.                                           2006        World Junior Championship             7       1     3      4    18
                                                                                                                Men’s World Under-18 Champ.           6       4     6     10    27
                             2008-09 Team: St. Louis Blues
                                                                                                                Men’s World Under-18 Champ.           6       0     0      0     0
                                                                                                                TEAM USA TOTALS                       33      9     17    26    65


                                                                                                    NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                  Playoffs

USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2006-07: Appeared in all seven games for Team USA at the                     Season      Team                                 GP       G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                    2007-08     St. Louis Blues                       69      5     28    33    28    -    -      -        -     -
2007 IIHF Men’s World Championship and registered two assists … Member of the 2007 U.S.
                                                                                                                NHL TOTALS                            69      5     28    33    28    -    -      -        -     -
National Junior Team that participated in the 2007 IIHF World Junior Championship … Led
Team USA defensemen with 10 points (4-6) … Tied for first on team with a +3 rating. 2005-06:        ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                      Regular Season                  Playoffs
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Member of the 2006 U.S. National Junior Team … Played in seven games during the 2006 IIHF
                                                                                                    2007-08     Peoria Rivermen (AHL)                 1       0     0      0     2    -    -      -        -     -
World Junior Championship and recorded a goal and three assists … Played for the U.S. National      2006-07     Univ. of Minnesota (WCHA)             41      4     20    24    50    -    -      -        -     -
Under-18 Team within USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program … Led all                       2005-06     U.S. National Under-18 Team*          47      16    33    49    88    -    -      -        -     -

defensemen in goals (16), assists (33) and points (49) in 47 games … Tallied nine power-play        2004-05     U.S. National Under-18 Team*          15      1     2      3     4    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                                U.S. National Under-17 Team*          42      10    13    23    22    -    -      -        -     -
markers and four game-winning goals … Helped Team USA capture the gold medal at the 2006
                                                                                                                NTDP TOTALS                          104      27    48    75    114   -    -      -        -     -
IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship … Named to the tournament’s all-star team after
                                                                                                    *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program
finishing with four goals, six assists and a +6 rating. 2004-05: Skated in 42 games with the U.S.
National Under-17 Team and 15 games for the U.S. National Under-18 Team within the NTDP
… Totaled 26 points (11-15) between the two teams … Helped the U.S. National Under-18 Team
win the gold medal at the 2005 IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship … Recorded five
shots and finished +4 at the tournament … Collected four points (1-3) in four games as Team
USA won the Four Nations Cup in Ann Arbor, Mich.

NHL EXPERIENCE: With St. Louis: 2008-09: Did not play during the 2008-09 season with
the National Hockey League’s St. Louis Blues because of injury. 2007-08: Appeared in 69 games
during his rookie season … Led defensemen on team with 33 points (5-28) … Ranked third on
team in assists (28) … Ranked second among NHL rookie defensemen in assists (28), tied for
second in points (33) and tied for third in game-winning goals (3).

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Appeared in one game with the Peoria Rivermen of the
American Hockey League during the 2007-08 season … In 2006-07, skated in 41 games with
the University of Minnesota of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association and collected four                                                                                                                           T
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                            Johnson                      Defenseman                                 TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                    Year   Event                                     GP       G     A     P     PIM
                            Height: 6’1” (185)     |   Weight: 225 (102)                            2009   Men’s World Championship                   9       5     2     7      10
                                                                                                    2007   Men’s World Championship                   7       1     0     1       0
                            Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: January 13, 1987                                World Junior Championship                  7       3     0     3      14
                            Hometown: Ann Arbor, Mich.                                              2006   World Junior Championship                  7       1     5     6      45
                                                                                                    2005   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                6       0     2     2      35
                            2008-09 Team: Los Angeles Kings                                         2004   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                6       2     0     2      18
                                                                                                                TEAM USA TOTALS                       42      12    9     21    122


                                                                                                    NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                    Season  Team                                     GP       G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2008-09: Appeared in all nine games for the U.S. Men’s                       2008-09 Los Angeles Kings                        41       6      5     11    46    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                    2007-08 Los Angeles Kings                        74       3      8     11    76    -   -      -      -     -
National Team at the 2009 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Led team in goals (5) … Tied for          2006-07 Los Angeles Kings                         5       0      0      0    18    -   -      -      -     -
third on team and second among defensemen with seven points. 2006-07: Skated in all seven                       NHL TOTALS                           120      9     13    22    140   -    -      -     -      -
games for the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2007 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Scored
                                                                                                    ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                      Regular Season                  Playoffs
one goal … Helped lead the U.S. National Junior Team to the bronze medal at the 2007 IIHF           Season  Team (League)                            GP       G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
World Junior Championship … Skated in all seven games and scored three goals … Named one            2006-07 Univ. of Michigan (CCHA)                 36       16    23     29    87    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                    2005-06 Univ. of Michigan (CCHA)                 38       10    22     32   149    -   -      -      -     -
of Team USA’s three best players following the tournament. 2005-06: Member of the 2006 U.S.                     COLLEGE TOTALS                        74      26    45    71    236   -    -      -     -      -
National Junior Team … Manned the blue line in seven games during the 2006 IIHF World Junior
                                                                                                    2004-05     U.S. National Under-18 Team*          49      15    30    45    209   -    -      -     -      -
Championship and tallied a goal and five assists. 2004-05: Played 49 games for the U.S. National    2003-04     U.S. National Under-17 Team*          60      15    21    36    171   -    -      -     -      -
Under-18 Team within USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program and led NTDP                                NTDP TOTALS                          109      30    51    81    380   -    -      -     -      -

defensemen with 45 points (15-30) … Owns NTDP record for most points in a game (7) … Had            *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program

two assists in helping Team USA win the gold medal at the 2005 IIHF Men’s World Under-18
Championship. 2003-04: Skated in 60 games for the U.S. National Under-17 Team within the
NTDP and led defensemen with 36 points (15-21) … Tallied two goals to help Team USA to the
silver medal at the 2004 IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship.

NHL EXPERIENCE: With Los Angeles: 2008-09: Skated in 41 games with the National
Hockey League’s Los Angeles Kings … Totaled 11 points (6-5). 2007-08: Tallied 11 points (3-8)
in 74 regular-season games in his first full NHL season. 2006-07: Played five games with the
Kings following the completion of his college hockey season.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played two seasons (2005-07) at the University of Michigan of
the Central Collegiate Hockey Association … Led Michigan defensemen with 16 goals and 23
assists, ranking fifth on the team with 39 points as a sophomore … Named the CCHA’s Best
Offensive Defenseman … Selected to the CCHA All-Conference First Team … Led Michigan
freshmen and defensemen in goals (10), assists (22) and points (32) in 2005-06 … Finalist for the
CCHA’s Best Offensive Defenseman award … Earned a spot on the CCHA All-Rookie Team.                                                                                                                                 T
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Tim Gleason … Father, Jack, was a member of the 1973 NCAA championship team at the
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                            Kane                        Forward                                    TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                   Year        Event                                GP       G    A     P     PIM
                            Height: 5’10” (178)     |   Weight: 175 (79)                           2008        Men’s World Championship              7       3    7     10     0
                            Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: November 19, 1988                       2007        World Junior Championship             7       5    4     9      4
                                                                                                   2006        Men’s World Under-18 Champ            7       7    5     12     2
                            Hometown: Buffalo, N.Y.
                                                                                                               TEAM USA TOTALS                       21      15   16    31     6
                            2008-09 Team: Chicago Blackhawks
                                                                                                   NHL STATISTICS                                            Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                   Season      Team                                 GP       G    A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                   2008-09     Chicago Blackhawks                   80       25   45     70    42   16   9       5        14    12
                                                                                                   2007-08     Chicago Blackhawks                   82       21   51     72    52    -   -       -         -     -
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2007-08: Appeared in all seven games at the 2008 IIHF Men’s
                                                                                                               NHL TOTALS                           162      46   96    142   94    16   9       5       14    12
World Championship … Tied for team lead in assists (7) and points (10). 2006-07: Skated in all
seven games at the 2007 IIHF World Junior Championship as Team USA earned the bronze               ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                     Regular Season                   Playoffs
medal … Led the team with five goals and finished second with nine points … Named to the           Season      Team (League)                        GP       G    A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A        PTS   PIM
six-member Media All-Star Team. 2005-06: Played with the U.S. National Under-18 Team within        2006-07     London Knights (OHL)                 58       62   83    145    52   16   10     21        31    16
USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program … Competed in 58 games and broke the                2005-06     U.S. National Under-18 Team*         58       52   50    102    22    -    -      -         -     -
single-season record for points (102), while tying the single-season records for goals (52, Phil   2004-05     U.S. National Under-17 Team*         63       32   38     70    16    -    -      -         -     -

Kessel) and assists (50, Andy Hilbert) … Notched 19 power-play markers and nine game-winning                   NTDP TOTALS                          121      84   88    172   38    -    -       -        -     -

goals … Finished second on the program’s all-time list in career goals (84) and points (172) and   *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program
tied the career assist record (88, J.D. Forrest) … Helped Team USA capture the gold medal at
the 2006 IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship … Named to tournament’s all-star team
after leading the team in goals (7) and tournament in points (12) … Finished with a +5 rating.
2004-05: Skated with the U.S. National Under-17 Team within the NTDP and recorded 70 points
(32-38). 2003-04: Played on the U.S. Under-17 Select Team at the 2004 Under-17 Five Nations
Tournament … Led team with seven points (4-3) in four games.

NHL EXPERIENCE: With Chicago: 2008-09: Appeared in 80 regular-season games in his
second season with the National Hockey League’s Chicago Blackhawks … Ranked first on team
in power-play goals (13), second on team in points (70) and assists (45), third on team in game-
winning goals (five), and fourth in goals (25) … Second in NHL among American-born players
in points (70) … Named to starting lineup of Western Conference All-Star Team … Led team
with nine goals in 16 playoff games and was second in points (14). 2007-08: Led the Blackhawks
and all NHL rookies with 72 points (21-51) … Broke Chicago’s single-season record for assists
by a rookie (51) … Tallied seven power-play goals and four game-winning goals … Participated
in the NHL YoungStars game during All-Star Weekend … Named NHL’s Rookie of the Month
for October ... Recipient of the Calder Trophy as league’s top rookie.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Led the Ontario Hockey League with 145 points (62-83) in 58
regular-season games as the London Knights claimed their fourth straight Hamilton Spectator
Trophy as the OHL regular-season champion in 2006-07 … Recorded 22 power-play goals …                                                                                                                                T
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All-Star honors … Named London’s Team MVP and Rookie of the Year … Played 70 games for                                                                                                                               A
Honeybaked (Mich.) and recorded 160 points (83-77) in 2003-04.
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Entry Draft … Sixth American to be chosen with first overall pick … Born on November 19, 1988,
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                             Kesler                        Forward                                     TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                       Year   Event                                     GP       G     A      P     PIM
                             Height: 6’2” (188)      |   Weight: 205 (93)                              2006   Men’s World Championship                   7       0      1      1      0
                                                                                                       2004   World Junior Championship                  6       3      0      3      6
                             Shoots: Right      |   Birthdate: August 31, 1984                         2003   World Junior Championship                  7       3      4      7      6
                                                                                                       2002   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                8       2      5      7      4
                             Hometown: Livonia, Mich.
                                                                                                              TEAM USA TOTALS                           28       8     10     18     16
                             2008-09 Team: Vancouver Canucks
                                                                                                       NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                       Season  Team                                     GP       G     A     PTS    PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                       2008-09 Vancouver Canucks                         82      26    33      59    61   10   2      2      4     14
                                                                                                       2007-08 Vancouver Canucks                         80      21    16      37    79    -   -      -      -      -
                                                                                                       2006-07 Vancouver Canucks                         48       6    10      16    40    1   0      0      0      0
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2005-06: Appeared in seven games at the 2006 IIHF Men’s                         2005-06 Vancouver Canucks                         82      10    13      23    79    -   -      -      -      -
                                                                                                       2003-04 Vancouver Canucks                         28       2     3      5     16    -   -      -      -      -
World Championship and registered one assist. 2003-04: Competed in the 2004 IIHF World
                                                                                                               NHL TOTALS                               320      65    75     140   275   11   2      2      4     14
Junior Championship and scored three goals in six games for Team USA. 2002-03: Was second
on the U.S. National Junior Team with seven points (3-4) at the 2003 IIHF World Junior                 ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                      Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                       Season  Team (League)                            GP       G     A     PTS    PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
Championship. 2001-02: Spent the season with the U.S. National Under-18 Team within USA                2004-05 Manitoba Moose (AHL)                      78      30    27     57    105   14   4      5      9     8
Hockey’s National Team Development Program … Led the squad with 38 assists and 57 points               2003-04 Manitoba Moose (AHL)                      33       3     8     11     29    -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                               AHL TOTALS                               111      33    35     68    134   14   4      5      9     8
… Helped Team USA to the gold medal at the 2002 IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship
… Recorded two goals and five assists in eight games … Received the Best Player Award for              2002-03     Ohio State Univ. (CCHA)               40      11    20     31    44    -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                                       2001-02     U.S. National Under-18 Team*          62      19    38     57    35    -    -      -     -      -
the tournament. 2000-01: Played for the U.S. National Under-17 Team … Finished third on the            2000-01     U.S. National Under-17 Team*          69      11    31     42    52    -    -      -     -      -
squad with 42 points (11-31) in 69 games.                                                                          NTDP TOTALS                          131      30    69     99    87    -    -      -     -      -

                                                                                                       *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program

NHL PLAYING EXPERIENCE: With Vancouver: 2008-09: Appeared in 82 regular-season
games for the National Hockey League’s Vancouver Canucks in his fifth season … Registered
career highs in goals (26), assists (33), points (59) and power-play goals (10) … Ranked third on
team in goals (26) and points (59), and tied for third in assists (33) … Tied for first on team with
10 power-play goals … Played in 10 playoff games … Tallied four points (2-2). 2007-08: Skated
in 80 games … Ranked third on team in goals (21) and fourth in points (37). 2006-07: Appeared
in 48 regular-season games and recorded 16 points (6-10) … Skated in one playoff game. 2005-
06: Played in 82 games during his first full season … Scored 10 goals and added 13 assists …
Notched one power-play and two game-winning goals. 2003-04: Appeared in 28 games and
registered five points (2-3)

ADDITIONAL PLAYING EXPERIENCE: Played for the Manitoba Moose of the American
Hockey League in 2004-05 during the National Hockey League lockout … Totaled 58 points (30-
28) in 78 regular-season games … Competed in 14 playoff games in 2005 for Manitoba and
notched nine points (4-5) … Split time during the 2003-04 season between Vancouver and
Manitoba … Scored three goals and added eight assists in 33 games with Manitoba … Spent
the 2002-03 season with Ohio State University of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association …
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Named the Buckeyes’ George Burke Most Valuable Freshman after finishing fourth on the team
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with 31 points (11-20) … A three-time CCHA Rookie of the Week.
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Canucks … Born on August 31, 1984, in Livonia, Mich.
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                            Kessel                       Forward                                      TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                      Year   Event                                     GP       G     A     P     PIM
                            Height: 6’0” (183)     |   Weight: 180 (82)                               2008   Men’s World Championship                   7       6     4     10     6
                                                                                                      2007   Men’s World Championship                   7       2     5     7      6
                            Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: October 2, 1987
                                                                                                      2006   Men’s World Championship                   7       1     1     2      2
                            Hometown: Madison, Wis.                                                          World Junior Championship                  7       1     10    11     2
                                                                                                      2005   World Junior Championship                  7       4     2     6      2
                            2008-09 Team: Boston Bruins
                                                                                                             Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                6       9     7     16     2
                                                                                                      2004   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                6       7     3     10     6
                                                                                                                  TEAM USA TOTALS                       47      30    32    62    26


                                                                                                      NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                  Playoffs
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2007-08: Skated in seven games for Team USA at the 2008                        Season  Team                                     GP       G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Led team in goals (6) and tied for first in points (10). 2006-        2008-09 Boston Bruins                            70       36    24     60    16   11   6      5      11    4
07: Appeared in all seven games for the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2007 IIHF Men’s World         2007-08 Boston Bruins                            82       19    18     37    28    4   3      1      4     2
                                                                                                      2006-07 Boston Bruins                            70       11    18     29    12    -   -      -       -    -
Championship … Led Team USA with five assists and finished third with seven points …
                                                                                                                  NHL TOTALS                           222      66    60   126    56    15   9      6     15     6
Recorded a team-high 26 shots on goal. 2005-06: Was a member of the U.S. Men’s National
Team that competed at the 2006 IIHF Men’s World Championship ... Tallied one goal and added           ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                      Regular Season                  Playoffs
an assist in seven games ... Member of the U.S. National Junior Team that competed in the 2006        Season  Team (League)                            GP       G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
IIHF World Junior Championship ... Totaled one goal and 10 assists for a tournament-high 11           2006-07 Providence Bruins (AHL)                   2       1      0      1    2     -   -      -      -     -
                                                                                                      2005-06 Univ. of Minnesota (WCHA)                39       18    33     51    28    -   -      -      -     -
points in seven games. 2004-05: Helped lead the Team USA capture the gold medal at the 2005           2004-05 U.S. National Under-18 Team*             45       52    46     98    37    -   -      -      -     -
IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship ... Led Team USA with nine goals and seven assists             2003-04 U.S. National Under-18 Team*             62       52    30     82    26    -   -      -      -     -
in six games … Captured the directorate award as the tournament’s best forward and was also                       NTDP TOTALS                          107      104   76   180    63    -    -      -     -      -
named to the Media All-Star Team ... Member of the U.S. National Junior Team that competed            *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program
at the 2005 IIHF World Junior Championship ... Recorded six points (4-2) and a team-high 34
shots in seven games ... Played for the U.S. National Under-18 Team within USA Hockey’s
National Team Development Program and led team in goals (52), assists (46), power-play goals
(14), shorthanded goals (7) and game-winning goals (13) … Became the NTDP’s all-time leader
in career goals (104) and points (180). 2003-04: Played for the U.S. National Under-18 Team
within the NTDP and led the team with 82 points (52-30) in 62 games … Helped the U.S. Men’s
National Under-18 Team win the silver medal at the 2004 IIHF Men’s World Under-18                   and added 33 assists to lead the nation’s
Championship … Totaled 10 points (7-3) in six games.                                                freshmen with 51 points ... Named WCHA
                                                                                                    Rookie of the Year ... Finished second on
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Boston: 2008-09: Played in 70 regular-season games during his                  the Gophers in points and ranked 11th
third National Hockey League season with the Boston Bruins … Registered career-highs in             nationwide ... Had 14 multi-point games
goals (36), assists (24), points (60), power-play (8) and game-winning goals (6) … Led team in      and two multi-goal games.
goals (36) … Second on team in game-winning goals (7) … Fourth on team in points (60) and
power-play goals (8) … Appeared in 11 playoff games and collected six goals and five assists.       PERSONAL: Selected by the Boston
2007-08: Appeared in all 82 regular-season … Registered 37 points (19-18) … Tallied five power-     Bruins in the first round (5th overall) of the
play goals and three game-winning markers … Scored team-leading three goals and tied for            2006 NHL Entry Draft ... Honored with
third on the Bruins with four points in four playoff games. 2006-07: Totaled 29 points (11-18) in   the Bob Johnson Award at the 2005 USA
70 games … Had seven multi-point games … Missed 11 games following cancer surgery on                Hockey Annual Congress for excellence in                                                                          T
Dec. 11, 2006 … Competed in the NHL YoungStars game during All-Star Weekend and notched             international hockey competition during a                                                                         E
a hat trick while adding an assist … Won the NHL’s Bill Masterton Award for perseverance,           specific season of play … Sister, Amanda,                                                                         A
sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.                                                             was a member of the U.S. Women’s National
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                                                                                                    Under-18 Team that captured the first-ever
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ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Scored one goal in two games during a rehab stint with the                   gold medal at the 2008 IIHF World Women’s
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Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League in 2006-07 … Played one season (2005-06)            U18 Championship … Born on October 2,
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at the University of Minnesota of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association … Scored 18 goals       1987, in Madison, Wis.                                                                                            __
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                            Komisarek                     Defenseman                             TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                 Year   Event                                     GP       G     A     P     PIM
                           Height: 6’4” (193)     |   Weight: 243 (110)                          2006   Men’s World Championship                   7       0     1     1       4
                                                                                                 2002   World Junior Championship                  7       0     2     2      14
                           Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: January 19, 1982                     2001   World Junior Championship                  7       0     0     0       0
                                                                                                 2000   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                6       0     0     0      12
                           Hometown: West Islip, N.Y.
                                                                                                        TEAM USA TOTALS                           27       0     3     3      30
                           2008-09 Team: Montreal Canadiens
                                                                                                 NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                 Season  Team                                     GP       G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                 2008-09 Montreal Canadiens                        66       2     9     11   121    4   0      0      0     20
                                                                                                 2007-08 Montreal Canadiens                        75       4    13     17   101   12   1      2      3     18
                                                                                                 2006-07 Montreal Canadiens                        82       4    15     19    96    -   -      -      -      -
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2005-06: Appeared in seven games at the 2006 IIHF Men’s                   2005-06 Montreal Canadiens                        71       2     4      6   116    6   0      0      0     10
                                                                                                 2003-04 Montreal Canadiens                        46       0     4      4    34    7   0      0      0      8
World Championship and tallied one assist. 2001-02: Member of the U.S. National Junior Team      2002-03 Montreal Canadiens                        21       0     1      1    28    -   -      -      -      -
at the 2002 IIHF World Junior Championship … Collected a pair of assists in seven games. 2000-           NHL TOTALS                               361      12    46     58   496   29   1      2      3     56
01: Played in all seven games for Team USA at the 2001 IIHF World Junior Championship.
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1999-00: Skated for the United States at the 2000 IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship
                                                                                                 Season  Team (League)                            GP       G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
and recorded a +3 rating in six games … Spent the 1999-2000 season with the U.S. National        2004-05 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)                  20       1      4      5    49    4   0      1      1      8
                                                                                                 2003-04 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)                  18       2      7      9    47    -   -      -      -      -
Under-18 Team within USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program … Totaled 14 points          2002-03 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)                  56       5     25     30    79   23   1      5      6     60
(6-8) in 68 games.                                                                                       AHL TOTALS                               94       8     36     44   175   27   1      6      7     68

                                                                                                 2001-02     Univ. of Michigan (CCHA)              40      11    19    30     70   -    -      -     -      -
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Montreal: 2008-09: Skated in 66 regular-season games in sixth               2000-01     Univ. of Michigan (CCHA)              41       4    12    16     77   -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                                             COLLEGE TOTALS                        81      15    31    46    147   -    -      -     -      -
season with the National Hockey League’s Montreal Canadiens … Tallied two goals and nine
assists … Appeared in four playoff games. 2007-08: Played in 75 regular-season games …           1999-00     U.S. National Under-18 Team*          68      6     8     14    166   -    -      -     -      -

Recorded 17 points (4-13) … Ended season with a +9 rating … Appeared in 12 playoff games         *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program

… Scored one goal and added two assists. 2006-07: Skated in 82 games and registered four
goals and a career-high 15 assists … Finished season with a +9 rating. 2005-06: Scored six
points in 71 regular-season games … Collected six points (2-4) … Appeared in all six games for
the Canadiens during the playoffs and had a +2 rating. 2003-04: Accumulated four assists in
46 regular-season games … Appeared in seven playoff games. 2002-03: Played in 21 games
and tallied one assist.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Skated in 20 regular-season games for Hamilton in 2004-05
after missing much of the season with a hip injury … Notched a goal and four assists … Added
an assist in four playoff games … In 18 games with the Bulldogs in 2003-04, scored two goals
and had seven assists … Led all Hamilton defensemen in points (28) in 2002-03 before being
recalled to Montreal in February … Finished AHL regular season with 30 points (5-25) in 56
games … Had a goal and five assists in 23 playoff games … Named to the AHL All-Rookie Team
… Played two years (2000-02) at the University of Michigan of the Central Collegiate Hockey
Association … In 2001-02, was a JOFA/American Hockey Coaches Association West First Team
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All-American and selected to the All-CCHA Team … Notched 11 goals and 19 assists in 40
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games … Named to the CCHA All-Rookie Team in 2000-01 … Scored four goals and added 12
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assists in 41 games during his freshman season.
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PERSONAL: Selected with the Montreal Canadiens’ first-round (seventh overall) pick in the
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2001 NHL Entry Draft … Signed by the Toronto Maple Leafs as a free agent on July 1, 2009 …
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                            Langenbrunner                                 Forward
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                                                                                                      Year      Event                         GP    G     A      P    PIM
                            Height: 6’1” (185)     |   Weight: 205 (93)
                                                                                                      2004      World Cup of Hockey            3     0     0     0     4
                            Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: July 24, 1975                            1998      Olympic Winter Games           3     0     0     0     4
                            Hometown: Cloquet, Minn.                                                  1995      World Junior Championship      7     1     1     2     6
                            2008-09 Team: New Jersey Devils                                           1994      World Junior Championship      7     2     0     2    13
                                                                                                                TEAM USA TOTALS               20    3     1      4    27


                                                                                                      NHL STATISTICS                                 Regular Season                    Playoffs
                                                                                                      Season    Team                          GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP    G       A       PTS   PIM
TEAM USA EXPERIENCE: 2003-04: Member of the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2004                      2008-09   New Jersey Devils             81    29    40    69    56     4    2       1        3     2
World Cup of Hockey … Appeared in three games. 1997-98: Competed in three games for Team              2007-08   New Jersey Devils             64    13    28    41    30     5    0       4        4     4
USA at the 1998 Olympic Winter Games. 1994-95: Member of the U.S. National Junior Team                2006-07   New Jersey Devils             82    23    37    60    64    11    2       6        8     7
that competed in the 1995 IIHF World Junior Championship … Registered two points (1-1) in             2005-06   New Jersey Devils             80    19    34    53    74     9    3      10       13    16
seven games. 1993-94: Played in seven games at the 1994 IIHF World Junior Championship                2003-04   New Jersey Devils             53    10    16    26    43     5    0       2        2     2
and scored two goals.                                                                                 2002-03   New Jersey Devils             78    22    33    55    65    24    11      7       18    16
                                                                                                      2001-02   New Jersey Devils             14     3     3     6    23     5    0       1        1     8
NHL EXPERIENCE: With New Jersey: 2008-09: Appeared in 81 regular-season games in                                Dallas Stars                  68    10    16    26    54     -    -       -        -     -
his 12th full season and seventh with the National Hockey League’s New Jersey Devils … Set            2000-01   Dallas Stars                  53    12    18    30    57    10    2       2        4     6
career-high marks in goals (29), assists (40) and points (69) … Ranked third on team in goals         1999-00   Dallas Stars                  65    18    21    39    68    15    1       7        8    18

(29) and points (69), and fourth on team in assists (40) … Tied for first on team with three          1998-99   Dallas Stars                  75    12    33    45    62    23    10      7       17    16

shorthanded goals … Second on team and matched career high with seven game-winning goals              1997-98   Dallas Stars                  81    23    29    52    61    16    1       4        5    14
                                                                                                      1996-97   Dallas Stars                  76    13    26    39    51     5    1       1        2    14
… Scored two goals and added one assist in four playoff games … Missed three games of
                                                                                                      1995-96   Dallas Stars                  12     2     2     4     6     -    -       -        -     -
Eastern Conference quarterfinals due to injury. 2007-08: Appeared in 64 regular-season games
                                                                                                      1994-95   Dallas Stars                   2     0     0     0     2     -    -       -        -     -
… Skated in his 800th NHL game on April 1 … Ranked fourth on team in assists (28) and fifth
                                                                                                                NHL TOTALS                    884   209   336   545   716   132   33     52       85    123
in points (41) … Finished third on team with 12 multi-point games … Added five power-play,
one shorthanded and two game-winning goals … Named team’s eighth captain prior to season
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… Played in five playoff games and tied for team lead in assists (4). 2006-07: Skated in all 82
                                                                                                      Season    Team (League)                 GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP    G       A       PTS   PIM
regular-season games … Third on team in goals (23) and points (60) … Led team with 12 power-
                                                                                                      2004-05   Ingolstadt (GER)              11     2     2     4    22    11    1       6        7     6
play goals and tied for lead in game-winning goals (7) … Skated in 11 playoff games, scoring
                                                                                                      1995-96   Michigan K-Wings (IHL)        59    25    40    65    129   10    3      10       13     8
two goals and adding six assists. 2005-06: Finished third on team with 53 points (19-34) in 80        1994-95   Kalamazoo Wings (IHL)          -     -     -     -     -    11    1       3        4     2
regular-season games … Skated in nine playoff games … Accumulated 13 points (3-10) … Tied
                                                                                                                IHL TOTALS                    59    25    40    65    129   21    4      10       17    10
for team lead in assists (10). 2003-04: Played in 53 regular-season games and recorded 26 points
(10-16) … Finished season tied for second on team with two shorthanded goals … Missed 28              1994-95   Peterborough Petes (OHL)      62    42    57    99    84    11    8      14       22    12

games of the regular season due to injury … Appeared in five playoff games, tallying two assists.     1993-94   Peterborough Petes (OHL)      62    33    58    91    53     7    4       6       10     2

2002-03: Completed first full season with New Jersey … Ranked third on team in goals (22)                       OHL TOTALS                    124   75    115   190   137   18    12     20       32    14

and tied for second in points (55) in 78 regular-season games … Tied for second among team’s
forwards with +17 rating … Appeared in 24 playoff games helping lead the Devils to their third
Stanley Cup championship … Led playoffs in goals (11) and tied for league lead with 18 points
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                                                                                                    playoff games … Scored one goal and added seven assists. 1998-99: Collected 12 goals and 33
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                                                                                                    assists in 75 regular-season games … Ranked fourth on team in assists (33) … Skated in 23
winners … Recorded an assist in five playoff games … Appeared in 68 regular-season games
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with Dallas and collected 10 goals and 16 assists before being traded to New Jersey. With
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Dallas: 2000-01: Skated in 53 regular-season games and recorded 12 goals and 18 assists …
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Missed 27 games due to abdominal injury … Appeared in 10 playoff games, recording four points       1997-98: Played in 81 regular-season games … Accumulated 52 points (23-29) … Finished
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(2-2). 1999-2000: Skated in 65 regular-season games … Led team with a +16 rating and was            season with second highest points total (52) among second-year players … Appeared in 16
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second in game-winning goals (6), third in goals (18) and fourth in points (39) … Appeared in 15    playoff games and registered one goal and four assists. 1996-97: Skated in 76 games and                   __
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finished sixth among rookies with 39 points (13-26) … Named Stars’ Rookie of the Year …
Played in five playoff games and collected two points (1-1) … Only rookie on Stars’ playoff
roster. 1995-96: Appeared in 12 games and registered four points (2-2). 1994-95: Skated in
two games.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Appeared in 11 regular-season and 11 playoff games with
Ingolstadt of the German Elite League during the 2004-05 season … Registered two goals
and two assists … Tied for team lead in assists (6) and tied for second in points (7) during
playoffs… In 1995-96, played in 59 regular-season games for the Michigan K-Wings of the
International Hockey League … Tallied 65 points (25-40) … Voted K-Wings Most Valuable
Player and Rookie of the Year … Runner-up for IHL’s Ken McKenzie Trophy as top
American-born rookie and overall Rookie of the Year … Appeared in 10 playoff games and
recorded three goals and 10 assists … In 1994-95, appeared in 11 playoff games with the
Kalamazoo Wings of the IHL … Tallied four points (1-3) … Played two seasons (1993-95)
with the Peterborough Petes of the Ontario Hockey League … In 1994-95, appeared in
62 regular-season games … Accumulated 42 goals and 57 assists … Appeared in 11
playoff games, tallying 22 points (8-14) … Skated in 62 regular-season games with the
Petes in 1993-94 … Led team in goals (33), assists (58) and points (91) … Named Petes’
Rookie of the Year … Appeared in seven playoff games and registered four goals and
six assists.

PERSONAL: Selected with the Dallas Stars’ second-round choice (35th overall) in the
1993 NHL Entry Draft … Traded to New Jersey on March 19, 2002, along with Joe
Nieuwendyk, for Jason Arnott, Randy McKay and a first-round pick (later traded to
Buffalo - Sabres selected Dan Paille) in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.




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                            Malone                      Forward                                    TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                   Year   Event                             GP    G      A      P     PIM
                            Height: 6’4” (193)    |   Weight: 224 (102)                            2006   Men’s World Championship           7    2      2      4      12
                                                                                                   2004   Men’s World Championship           9    3      0      3       2
                            Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: December 1, 1979                               TEAM USA TOTALS                   16    5      2      7      14
                            Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.
                                                                                                   NHL STATISTICS                                   Regular Season                   Playoffs
                            2008-09 Team: Tampa Bay Lightning                                      Season  Team                             GP     G     A     PTS    PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                   2008-09 Tampa Bay Lightning               70    26    19      45    98    -   -       -      -     -
                                                                                                   2007-08 Pittsburgh Penguins               77    27    24      51   103   20   6      10     16    25
                                                                                                   2006-07 Pittsburgh Penguins               64    16    15      31    71    5   0       0      0     0
                                                                                                   2005-06 Pittsburgh Penguins               77    22    22      44    63    -   -       -      -     -
                                                                                                   2003-04 Pittsburgh Penguins               81    22    21      43    64    -   -       -      -     -
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2005-06: Appeared in seven games at the 2006 IIHF Men’s                             NHL TOTALS                       369   113   101     214   399   25   6      10     16    25
World Championship … Second on team with four points (2-2). 2003-04: Won a bronze medal
as a member of U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2004 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Scored         ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                           Regular Season                    Playoffs
                                                                                                   Season  Team (League)                    GP    G     A     PTS     PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
three goals in nine games.                                                                         2004-05 Espoo (FIN)                       9    2      1      3      36    -   -      -      -      -
                                                                                                           Ritten Renon (ITA)               10    6      2      8      20    6   4      4      8     36
                                                                                                           HC Ambri-Piotta (SUI)             -    -      -      -       -    1   0      0      0      2
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Tampa Bay: 2008-09: Appeared in 70 games during his fifth
                                                                                                           EUROPE TOTALS                    19    8      3     11      56    7   4      4      8     38
overall season and first with the National Hockey League’s Tampa Bay Lightning … Ranked
                                                                                                   2002-03   Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)      3    0      1      1      2   -    -      -     -      -
third on team in goals (26) and tied for fourth in points (45) … Tied for second on team with a              St. Cloud State Univ. (WCHA)    27   16     20     36     85   -    -      -     -      -
+4 rating … Tied for third on team in power-play goals (7). With Pittsburgh: 2007-08: Played       2001-02   St. Cloud State Univ. (WCHA)    41   24     25     49     76   -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                                   2000-01   St. Cloud State Univ. (WCHA)    36    7     18     25     52   -    -      -     -      -
in 77 regular-season games with the Pittsburgh Penguins … Established career highs in goals        1999-00   St. Cloud State Univ. (WCHA)    38    9     21     30     68   -    -      -     -      -
(27), assists (24), points (54), power-play (11) and game-winning goals … Ranked fourth on team              COLLEGE TOTALS                 142   56     84    140    281   -    -      -     -      -
in goals (27) … Third on team with +14 rating and power-play goals (11) … Led team with six        1998-99   Omaha Lancers (USHL)           51    14     22     36    81    12   2      4     6     23
game-winning goals … Appeared in 20 playoff games and produced six goals and 10 assists.
2006-07: Skated in 64 regular-season games … Tallied 31 points (16-15)… Appeared in five
playoff games. 2005-06: Skated in 77 games and collected 44 points (22-22) … Led team and
tied for third in league with five shorthanded goals. 2003-04: Played in 81 games during his
rookie season … Among NHL rookies, tied for second in game-winning goals (4), fourth with 43
points (22-21) and tied for sixth in power-play goals (5).

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Split time with three European teams in 2004-05, including
Espoo in Finland, Ritten Renon in Italy and Ambri-Piotta in Switzerland … Appeared in nine
games for Espoo and recorded two goals and one assists … Skated in 10 regular-season games
for Ritten Reno and registered eight points (6-2) … Scored four goals and four assists in six
playoff games … Played in one playoff game for Ambri-Piotta … In 2002-03, played three games
for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League, registering one assist
… Played four years (1999-2003) for the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s St. Cloud State
University … Scored 140 points (56-84) in 142 career games … Ranked fourth on team with 36
points (16-20) in 2002-03 … Tallied 24 goals and 25 assists in 41 games during his junior season
in 2001-02 … In 2000-01, appeared in 36 games … Compiled 25 points (7-18) … Contributed
nine goals and 21 assists during his freshman season in 1999-2000 … Skated in 51 regular-                                                                                                                 T
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Registered 14 goals and 22 assists … Added six points (2-4) in 12 playoff games.                                                                                                                          A
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PERSONAL: Selected in the fourth round (115th overall) by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1999
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NHL Entry Draft … Rights traded to Tamp Bay along with Gary Roberts, for Tampa Bay’s third-
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round pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft (Pittsburgh selected Ben Hanowski) … Born on
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December 1, 1979, in Pittsburgh, Pa.                                                                                                                                                                      __
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                            Martin                      Defenseman                                TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                  Year      Event                       GP    G    A      P    PIM
                            Height: 6’1” (185)    |   Weight: 195 (89)                            2008      Men’s World Championship     7    1    7      8     0
                            Shoots: Left   |   Birthdate: March 5, 1981                           2005      Men’s World Championship     7    0    0      0     2
                                                                                                  2004      World Cup of Hockey          3    0    1      1     0
                            Hometown: Minneapolis, Minn.
                                                                                                            Deutschland Cup              4    0    0      0     0
                            2008-09 Team: New Jersey Devils                                       2001      World Junior Championship    7    0    4      4     2
                                                                                                            TEAM USA TOTALS             28    1    12    13     4


                                                                                                  NHL STATISTICS                              Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                  Season    Team                        GP    G    A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2007-08: Appeared in all seven games at the 2008 IIHF Men’s                2008-09   New Jersey Devils           73    5    28     33    36    7   0      4        4     2
World Championship … Led team defensemen with eight points (1-7). 2005-06: Named to the           2007-08   New Jersey Devils           73    5    27     32    22    5   1      2        3     2
                                                                                                  2006-07   New Jersey Devils           82    3    23     26    18   11   0      4        4     6
U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Team reserve squad for the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in
                                                                                                  2005-06   New Jersey Devils           80    5    32     37    32    9   0      3        3     4
Torino, Italy. 2004-05: Skated in all seven games for the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2005    2003-04   New Jersey Devils           70    6    18     24    4     5   1      1        2     4
IIHF Men’s World Championship. 2003-04: Recorded one assist in three games with the U.S.                    NHL TOTALS                  378   24   128   152   112   37   2     14       16    18
Men’s National Team at the World Cup of Hockey 2004 … Played in all four games for the U.S.
Men’s Select Team as it captured first place at the 2004 Deutschland Cup. 2000-01: Competed       ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                       Regular Season                  Playoffs
in all seven games for the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2001 IIHF World Junior Championship   Season    Team (League)               GP    G    A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                  2004-05   Fribourg (SUI)              11    3     4     7     2     -   -      -        -     -
… Recorded four assists.
                                                                                                  2002-03   Univ. of Minnesota (WCHA)   45    9    30     39    32    -   -      -        -     -
                                                                                                  2001-02   Univ. of Minnesota (WCHA)   44    8    30     38    22    -   -      -        -     -
NHL EXPERIENCE: With New Jersey: (2008-09): Appeared in 73 regular-season games                   2000-01   Univ. of Minnesota (WCHA)   38    3    17     20    8     -   -      -        -     -
in his fifth National Hockey League season with the New Jersey Devils … Led team defensemen                 COLLEGE TOTALS              127   20   77    97    62    -    -      -        -     -
in points (33) and assists (28), and second in goals (5) … Tied for first among team defensemen
with a career-best +21 rating … Recorded four assists in seven playoff games. 2007-08: Played
in 73 regular-season games … Led the Devils’ defensive corps with 32 points (5-27) … Finished
second on the team with a +20 rating … Led all New Jersey blueliners with three points (1-2)
in five postseason contests. 2006-07: Appeared in all 82 regular-season games … Finished
second among Devils defensemen with 26 points (3-23) … Posted four assists and a team-
leading +6 rating in 11 playoff games. 2005-06: Skated in 80 regular-season contests …
Recorded 37 points (5-32) to finish second among New Jersey defensemen … Dished out three
assists in nine playoff games. 2003-04: Played in 70 regular-season games during his rookie
campaign … Tallied six goals and 18 assists … Recorded a plus-12 rating … Scored a goal and
added an assist in five playoff contests.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played in 11 games for Fribourg of the Swiss League in 2004-
05 … Posted seven points (3-4) … Played three seasons (2000-03) at the University of Minnesota
of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association … Helped the Golden Gophers earn back-to-back
NCAA national championships (2002-03) and the 2003 WCHA tournament championship … As
a junior in 2002-03, totaled 39 points (9-30) in 45 games … Named to the NCAA All-Tournament
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Team and All-WCHA Second Team … A 2003 JOFA West All-America selection … As a
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sophomore in 2001-02, recorded 38 points (8- 30) in 44 games … Earned All-WCHA Second
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Team honors ... As a freshman in 2000-01, tallied three goals and 17 assists … Named to All-
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WCHA Rookie Team.
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                            Miller                      Goaltender                                  TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                    Year   Event                              GP    MIN       W-L-T     GAA    GA    SOG     SV%    SO
                                                                                                    2003   Men’s World Championship            4    193       2-1-0     2.49    8     72     .889    0
                            Height: 6’2” (188)    |   Weight: 166 (75)                              2002   Men’s World Championship            4    238       2-1-1     1.76    7     139    .950    1
                            Catches: Left    |   Birthdate: January 17, 1980                        2001   Men’s World Championship            0     0        0-0-0       -     -      -       -     -
                                                                                                           TEAM USA TOTALS                     8    431       4-2-1     2.09   15    211     .929    1
                            Hometown: East Lansing, Mich.
                            2008-09 Team: Buffalo Sabres                                            NHL STATISTICS
                                                                                                    Season  Team                              GP     MIN W-L-OTL        GAA    GA     SVS    SV%    SO
                                                                                                    2008-09 Buffalo Sabres                     59    3,443   34-18-6    2.53   145   1,628   .918    5
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                                                                                                    2007-08 Buffalo Sabres                     76    4,474  36-27-10    2.64   197   1,907   .906    3
                                                                                                            Playoffs                            -      -         -        -      -      -      -     -
                                                                                                    2006-07 Buffalo Sabres                     63    3,692   40-16-6    2.73   168   1,718   .911    2
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2002-03: Made his third consecutive appearance on a U.S.                             Playoffs                           16    1,029     9-7      2.22    38    451    .922    0
                                                                                                    2005-06 Buffalo Sabres                     48    2,862   30-14-3    2.60   124   1,016   .914    1
Men’s National Team … Appeared in four games and posted a 2.49 goals-against average at                     Playoffs                           18    1,123     11-7     2.56    48    474    .908    1
the 2003 IIHF Men’s World Championship. 2001-02: Led all goaltenders with a .949 save               2003-04 Buffalo Sabres                      3     178     0-3-0*    5.06    15     58    .795    0
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percentage at the 2002 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Was second in the tournament with            2002-03 Buffalo Sabres                     15     912     6-8-1*    2.63    40    370    .902    1
a 1.76 goals-against average. 2000-01: Member of the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2001                   Playoffs                            -      -         -        -      -      -      -     -
                                                                                                            NHL TOTALS                        264   15,561 146-86-26    2.66   689   6,997   .910   12
IIHF Men’s World Championship.                                                                              PLAYOFFS                           34    2,152    20-14     2.40   86     925    .915    1
                                                                                                    *Denotes W-L-T
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Buffalo: 2008-09: Appeared in 59 games during his sixth season
with the National Hockey League’s Buffalo Sabres and posted a 34-18-6 record … Recorded a           ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
                                                                                                    Season  Team (League)                     GP     MIN      W-L-T     GAA    GA     SVS    SV%    SO
career-high five shutouts … Ranked eighth in league in save percentage (.918) … Registered          2005-06 Rochester Americans (AHL)           2     120      1-1-0    2.50     5     40    .889    0
2.53 goals-against average. 2007-08: Skated in career-high 76 games … Posted 36-27-10 record                Playoffs                            -      -         -        -      -      -      -     -
                                                                                                    2004-05 Rochester Americans (AHL)          63    3,741    41-17-4   2.45   153   1,814   .922    8
with three shutouts … Recorded a .906 save percentage and 2.64 goals-against average …                      Playoffs                            9     547       5-4     2.63    24    241    .909    0
Logged third-most minutes (4,474) among goaltenders. 2006-07: Appeared in 63 regular-season         2003-04 Rochester Americans (AHL)          60    3,579    27-25-7   2.21   132   1,628   .925    5
                                                                                                            Playoffs                           14     857       7-7     1.82    26    368    .934    2
games and posted a 40-16-6 record … Tied for third in league with career-high wins (40) …           2002-03 Rochester Americans (AHL)          47    2,817    23-18-5   2.34   110   1,266   .920    2
Posted a .911 save percentage and 2.73 goals-against average … Skated in 16 playoff games                   Playoffs                            3     190       1-2     4.11    13     77    .856    0
                                                                                                            AHL TOTALS                        172   10,257   92-61-16   2.34   400   4,748   .922   15
and compiled 9-7 record. 2005-06: Posted a 30-14-3 record with the Sabres in 48 regular-season              PLAYOFFS                           26    1,594     13-13    2.37    63    686    .916    2
games … Had a .914 save percentage and 2.60 goals-against average … Appeared in 18 playoff
                                                                                                    2001-02     Michigan State Univ. (CCHA)    40   2,411     29-9-5    1.77    71   1,039   .936    8
games … Posted a 11-7 record … Collected one playoff shutout. 2003-04: Played in three              2000-01     Michigan State Univ. (CCHA)    40   2,447     31-5-4    1.32    54   1,024   .950   10
games. 2002-03: Played in 15 games and compiled a 6-8-1 record, a 2.63 goals-against average        1999-00     Michigan State Univ. (CCHA)    26   1,525     16-5-3    1.53    39    535    .932    8
                                                                                                                COLLEGE TOTALS                106   6,383    76-19-12   1.54   164   2,598   .941   26
and .902 save percentage in 15 games … Played in the NHL YoungStars Game.
                                                                                                    1998-99     Soo Indians (NAHL)            47    2,711    31-14-1    2.30   104     -      -      8
                                                                                                                Playoffs                       4     218       2-2      2.76    10     -      -      1
ADDITIONAL PLAYING EXPERIENCE: Played the 2004-05 season for the Rochester                          1997-98     Soo Indians (NAHL)            37    2,113    21-14-0    2.33    82     -      -      3
                                                                                                                Playoffs                       2     158       0-2      2.66     7     -      -      0
Americans of the American Hockey League … Posted a 41-17-4 record and eight shutouts in
                                                                                                                NAHL TOTALS                   84    4,844    52-28-1    2.30   186     -      -     11
63 regular-season games … Won five of nine postseason games with a 2.63 goals-against                           PLAYOFFS                       6     376       2-4      2.71    17     -      -      1
average and .909 save percentage … Appeared in 60 regular-season games for Rochester in
2003-04 and recorded a 2.21 goals-against average and .925 save percentage … Helped lead
Rochester to the AHL Western Conference Finals … Began the 2002-03 season with Rochester,         Soo Indians of the North American Hockey League and compiled a 52-28-1 record … In 1998-
playing in 47 games and leading the team to the postseason … Posted a 2.34 goals-against          99, named league MVP, as well as Michigan Hockey Magazine’s Junior Player of the Year …
average and .920 save percentage … Played three seasons at Michigan State University of the       Posted a 31-14-1 record with 8 shutouts and a 2.30 goals-against average … Compiled a 2-2
Central Collegiate Hockey Association (1999-2002) … Compiled a 73-19-12 record and a 1.54         record with one shutout in four playoff games … In 1997-98, posted a 21-14-0 record with three
goals-against average in 106 career games … Recipient of the 2001 Hobey Baker Memorial            shutouts … Appeared in two playoff games.                                                              T
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and was a finalist for the 2002 Hobey Baker Award … Also garnered the 2001 USA Hockey             PERSONAL: Selected in the fifth round (138th overall) by the Buffalo Sabres in the 1999 NHL
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College Player of the Year award … Was named the CCHA Player of the Year and Best Goaltender      Entry Draft … Third-generation Michigan State hockey player, as his grandfather (Butch), father
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in both 2001 and 2002 … Earned a spot on the JOFA/American Hockey Coaches Association             (Dean), uncle (Lyle) and five cousins (Kip, Kevin and Kelly Miller, and Curtis and Taylor Gemmel)
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West All-America First Team both seasons … Led Michigan State to three consecutive NCAA           all played hockey for the Spartans … Cousin Kip won the 1990 Hobey Baker Memorial Award,
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Tournament berths (2000-02), as well as the CCHA regular-season and tournament titles in 2001     and cousin Kevin was a member of the 2003 U.S. Men’s National Team … Born on January 17,
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                             Modano                      Forward                                       TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                       Year   Event                           GP     G      A      P     PIM
                             Height: 6’3” (191)    |   Weight: 210 (95)                                2006   Olympic Winter Games             6      2      0      2      6
                                                                                                       2005   Men’s World Championship         7      3      1      4      4
                             Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: June 7, 1970                               2004   World Cup of Hockey              5      0      6      6      0
                                                                                                       2002   Olympic Winter Games             6      0      6      6      4
                             Hometown: Livonia, Mich.                                                  1998   Olympic Winter Games             4      2      0      2      0
                             2008-09 Team: Dallas Stars                                                1996   World Cup of Hockey              7      2      4      6      4
                                                                                                       1993   Men’s World Championship         6      0      0      0      2
                                                                                                       1991   Canada Cup                       8      2      7      9      2
                                                                                                       1990   Men’s World Championship         8      3      3      6      2
                                                                                                       1989   World Junior Championship        7      6      9     15     12
                                                                                                       1988   World Junior Championship        7      4      1      5      8
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2005-06: Appeared in six games for Team USA at the 2006                                TEAM USA TOTALS                 71     24     37     61     44

Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy … Tied for second on team in goals (2). 2004-05: Member
                                                                                                       NHL STATISTICS                                  Regular Season                     Playoffs
of the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2005 IIHF Men’s World Championship in Vienna, Austria           Season  Team                           GP      G     A     PTS    PIM   GP    G       A       PTS   PIM
… Finished second on the team with three goals and added an assist in seven games … Skated             2008-09 Dallas Stars                    80     15    31     46     46     -    -       -        -     -
                                                                                                       2007-08 Dallas Stars                    82     21    36     57     48    18    5       7       12    22
for Team USA at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey … Led the tournament in assists (6). 2001-02:             2006-07 Dallas Stars                    59     22    21     43     34    7     1       1       2      4
Member of the silver medal-winning 2002 U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Team … Led all                   2005-06 Dallas Stars                    78     27    50     77     58    5     1       3       4      4
                                                                                                       2003-04 Dallas Stars                    76     14    30     44     46    5     1       2       3      8
skaters at the XIX Olympic Winter Games with six assists … Tied for sixth with six points (0-6).       2002-03 Dallas Stars                    79     28    57     85     30    12    5      10       15     4
1997-98: Registered two points (2-0) in four games at the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in                 2001-02 Dallas Stars                    78     34    43     77     38     -    -       -        -     -
Nagano, Japan. 1995-96: Member of Team USA that won the 1996 World Cup of Hockey …                     2000-01 Dallas Stars                    81     33    51     84     52    9     3       4       7      0
                                                                                                       1999-00 Dallas Stars                    77     38    43     81     48    23   10      13       23    10
Tied for fifth on the team and eighth among all players in the World Cup of Hockey with six            1998-99 Dallas Stars                    77     34    47     81     44    23    5      18       23    16
points (2-4) in seven games. 1992-93: Member of the U.S. National Team at the 1993 IIHF World          1997-98 Dallas Stars                    52     21    38     59     32    17    4      10       14    12
                                                                                                       1996-97 Dallas Stars                    80     35    48     83     42    7     4       1       5      0
Championship and appeared in six games. 1990-91: Played for silver medal-winning Team USA              1995-96 Dallas Stars                    78     36    45     81     63     -    -       -        -     -
in the 1991 Canada Cup and scored nine points (2-7). 1989-90: Notched six points (3-3) in eight        1994-95 Dallas Stars                    30     12    17     29     8      -    -       -        -     -
games at the IIHF Men’s World Championship. 1988-89: Scored six goals and added nine assists           1993-94 Dallas Stars                    76     50    43     93     54    9     7       3       10    16
                                                                                                       1992-93 Minnesota North Stars           82     33    60     93     83     -    -       -        -     -
in seven games at the 1989 IIHF World Junior Championship … Ranks third all-time among U.S.            1991-92 Minnesota North Stars           76     33    44     77     46    7     3       2       5      4
players in a single IIHF World Junior Championship with 15 points (6-9) and second in assists          1990-91 Minnesota North Stars           79     28    36     64     61    23    8      12       20    16
                                                                                                       1989-90 Minnesota North Stars           80     29    46     75     63    7     1       1       2     12
(9). 1987-88: Appeared in seven games at the 1987 IIHF World Junior Championship and                   1988-89 Minnesota North Stars            -      -     -      -      -    2     0       0       0      0
registered four goals and one assist.                                                                          NHL TOTALS                    1,400   543   786 1,329     896   174   58      87      145   128


NHL EXPERIENCE: With Dallas: 2008-09: Completed his 19th National Hockey League                        ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                           Regular Season                     Playoffs
                                                                                                       Season  Team (League)                 GP       G     A     PTS    PIM   GP    G       A     PTS     PIM
season with the Stars and recorded 46 points (15-31) in 80 games … Tied for second on team             1988-89 Prince Albert Raiders (WHL)    41      39    66     105    74    -    -        -      -       -
with four game-winning goals … Ranked third on team in assists (31) and tied for fourth in             1987-88 Prince Albert Raiders (WHL)    65      47    80     127    80    9    7       11     18      18
                                                                                                       1986-87 Prince Albert Raiders (WHL)    70      32    30      62    96    8    1        4      5       4
points (46) … Led team with 197 shots on goal. 2007-08: Appeared in 82 regular-season games
                                                                                                               WHL TOTALS                    176     118   176     294   250   17    8       15     23      22
… Led Dallas in takeaways (86) and was fourth in goals (21), assists (36) and points (57) …
                                                                                                       1985-86   Detroit Compuware (MNHL)     69     66     65    131    32     -    -       -        -     -
Became the NHL’s all-time points leader among American-born players with two goals on Nov.
7 at San Jose … Appeared in 18 playoff games and ranked second on team in goals (5) and fourth
in points (21) … Led the Stars with three game-winning goals. 2006-07: Notched 43 points (22-
21) in 59 regular-season games … Led team with seven game-winning goals and a +9 rating …            Collected his 13th 20-goal season, 11th 40-assist season, 12th 60-point season, 11th 70-point
Ranked second in goals (22) … Scored his 1,200th career point on Nov. 24 vs. Los Angeles and         season and eighth 80-point season, all franchise records … Also notched his third 50-assist
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                                                                                                     season, which tied for the third-most in club history … His 57 assists were the most since
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                                                                                                     coming to Dallas and the second most of his career (60 in 1992-93). 2001-02: Registered 77
seven playoff games and recorded one goal and an assist. 2005-06: Appeared in 78 regular-
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season games … Led team in points (77), ranked second in assists (50) and power-play goals
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a goal and added three assists in five playoff games. 2003-04: Played in 76 regular-season games     points (38-43) … Recorded 23 points (10-13) in 23 playoff games. 1998-99: Was first on the team
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and recorded 44 points (14-30). 2002-03: Was a finalist for the Lady Byng Trophy, awarded for        in goals (34), assists (47), points (81) and shots (222) … Led Stars to the Stanley Cup with 23
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sportsmanship and performance … Tallied 85 points (28-57) in 79 regular-season games …               points (5-18) in 23 games. 1997-98: Ranked second on the squad in assists (38) and points (59)              __
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… Added five points (4-1) in seven playoff games. 1996-97: Led the Stars in points (83), goals
(35), assists (48), power-play goals (9), shorthanded goals (5) and game-winning goals (9) …
Tied for second among all players in the NHL with nine game-winning goals and five
shorthanded goals … Had the second-highest plus/minus rating in the NHL with a +43 …
Added five points (4-1) in seven playoff games. 1995-96: Led team in goals (36), assists (45)
and points (81) in 78 games. 1994-95: Appeared in 30 games … Second on team in points
(29), tied for second in goals (12) and third in assists (17). 1993-94: Led Dallas in points (93)
and goals (50), and second in assists (43) in 76 regular-season games played … Added seven
goals and three assists in nine playoff games. With Minnesota: 1992-93: Appeared in
82 games with the Minnesota North Stars and led team in points (93) and assists (60), and
tied for third in goals (33). 1991-92: Led team with 77 points (33-44) in 76 regular-season
games … Recorded five points (3-2) in seven playoff games. 1990-91: Skated in 79 regular-
season games and accumulated 64 points (28-36) … Helped Minnesota reach Stanley
Cup Final and registered 20 points (8-12). 1989-90: Recorded 75 points (29-46) in 80
regular-season games … Notched two points (1-1) in seven playoff games … Named to
NHL-All Rookie Team and chosen as The Hockey News Rookie of the Year. 1988-89:
Skated in two playoff games … An eight-time recipient of the Stars’ Bill Masterton Award
(1992-94, 1996-97, 1999, 2001-02), presented annually to the team’s Most Valuable Player
as selected by his teammates … Played in seven NHL All-Star Games (1993, 1998, 1999,
2000, 2003, 2004, 2009).

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played three seasons (1986-89) of junior hockey for
Prince Albert in the Western Hockey League before joining the Stars for the 1989 Stanley
Cup Playoffs … In 1988-89, tallied 105 points (39-66) in 41 games … Appeared in 65
regular-season games in 1987-88, registering 47 goals and 80 assists … Skated in nine
playoff games scoring seven goals and 11 assists … Registered 62 points (32-30) in 70
regular-season games in 1986-87 … Added a goal and four assists in eight playoff
games.

PERSONAL: Selected by the Minnesota North Stars with the first overall pick in the
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(Brian Lawton) … Established the Mike Modano Foundation in the summer of 2000 to
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assist underprivileged children in the Dallas area … Became the all-time American-born
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                            Okposo                         Forward
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                            Height: 6’1” (185)     |   Weight: 200 (91)                            Year      Event                           GP   G    A      P    PIM
                                                                                                   2009      Men’s World Championship        9    2    3      5    10
                            Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: April 16, 1988
                                                                                                   2008      World Junior Championship       6    1    5      6     2
                            Hometown: St. Paul, Minn.
                                                                                                   2007      World Junior Championship       7    0    1      1    12
                            2008-09 Team: New York Islanders
                                                                                                             TEAM USA TOTALS                 22   3    9     12    24


                                                                                                   NHL STATISTICS                                 Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                   Season    Team                            GP   G    A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2008-09: Appeared in all nine games at the 2009 IIHF Men’s                  2008-09   New York Islanders              65   18   21    39    36    -    -      -        -     -
World Championship … Notched five points (2-3) … Tied for second on team with a +3 rating.         2007-08   New York Islanders              9    2    3      5     2    -    -      -        -     -

2007-08: Skated in all six games for the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2008 IIHF World Junior             NHL TOTALS                      74   20   24    44    38    -    -      -        -     -

Championship … Tallied one goal and added five assists. 2006-07: Played in all seven games
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for the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2007 IIHF World Junior Championship … Collected one
                                                                                                   Season    Team (League)                   GP   G    A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
assist to help Team USA capture the bronze medal.                                                  2007-08   Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL)   35   9    19    28    12    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                             Univ. of Minnesota (WCHA)       18   7    4     11     6    -    -      -        -     -
NHL EXPERIENCE: With the New York Islanders: 2008-09: Competed in 65 regular-                      2006-07   Univ. of Minnesota (WCHA)       40   19   21    40    34    -    -      -        -     -
season games with the National Hockey League’s New York Islanders … Led the team with 18                     COLLEGE TOTALS                  58   26   25    51    40    -    -      -        -     -
goals and added 21 assists. 2007-08: Played nine regular-season games … Recorded two goals
                                                                                                   2005-06   Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)    50   27   31    58    56    11   5     11       16     8
and three assists.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Skated in 35 regular-season contests with the Bridgeport
Sound Tigers of the American Hockey League in 2007-08 … Collected 28 points (9-19) … Played
in 18 games during his second season with the University of Minnesota of the Western Collegiate
Hockey Association in 2007-08 … Recorded seven goals and four assists … Skated in 40 games
with Minnesota during his freshman season in 2006-07 … Finished second on the team with
40 points (19-21) in 40 games … Named to the All-WCHA Second Team and All-WCHA Rookie
Team … Played with the Des Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League in 2005-
06 … Ranked second on the team and sixth in the league in the regular season with 58 points
(27-31) in 50 games … Helped lead the Buccaneers to the Clark Cup as Tier I Junior A national
champions … Led the league in playoff scoring with five goals and 11 assists in 11 games en
route to being named Clark Cup Playoff MVP … Named a USHL First Team All-Star and earned
USHL Rookie of the Year honors.
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                            Orpik                      Defenseman                              TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                               Year   Event                          GP    G     A     P     PIM
                           Height: 6’2” (188)    |   Weight: 219 (99)                          2006   Men’s World Championship        7    0     0     0      10
                                                                                               2000   World Junior Championship       7    1     1     2      6
                           Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: September 26, 1980
                                                                                                         TEAM USA TOTALS             14    1     1     2     16
                           Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
                           2008-09 Team: Pittsburgh Penguins                                   NHL STATISTICS                               Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                               Season  Team                          GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                               2008-09 Pittsburgh Penguins           79    2     17     19    73   24   0      4      4     22
                                                                                               2007-08 Pittsburgh Penguins           78    1     10     11    57   20   0      2      2     18
                                                                                               2006-07 Pittsburgh Penguins           70    0      6      6    82    5   0      0      0      8
                                                                                               2005-06 Pittsburgh Penguins           64    2      7      9   124    -   -      -      -      -
USA HOCKY EXPERIENCE: 2005-06: Appeared in all seven games for Team USA at the                 2003-04 Pittsburgh Penguins           79    1      9     10   127    -   -      -      -      -
2006 IIHF Men’s World Championship. 1999-00: Skated for the U.S. National Junior Team at       2002-03 Pittsburgh Penguins            6    0      0      0    2     -   -      -      -      -
                                                                                                         NHL TOTALS                  376   6    49     55    465   49   0      6     6     48
the 2000 IIHF World Junior Championship … Registered a goal and an assist.
                                                                                               ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                        Regular Season                  Playoffs
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Pittsburgh: 2008-09: Completed his fifth full season with the             Season  Team (League)                 GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                               2003-04 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)    3    0      0      0    2    24   0      4      4     53
National Hockey League’s Pittsburgh Penguins … Appeared in 79 regular-season games …
                                                                                               2002-03 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)   71    4     14     18   105    6   0      0      0     14
Ranked second among team defensemen in assists (17), third in plus/minus (+10) and tied for    2001-02 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)   78    2     18     20    99    -   -      -      -      -
third in points (19) … One of only two Pittsburgh defenseman with a game-winning goal …                  AHL TOTALS                  152   6    32     38    206   30   0      4     4     67

Added four assists in 24 playoff games and helped the Penguins win the Stanley Cup. 2007-      2000-01   Boston College (HEA)        40    0     20    20    124   -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                               1999-00   Boston College (HEA)        38    1      9    10    102   -    -      -     -      -
08: Skated in 78 regular-season games and registered one goal and 10 assists … Finished year   1998-99   Boston College (HEA)        41    1     10    11    96    -    -      -     -      -
with career-best +11 … Played in 20 playoff games and notched two assists … Helped                       COLLEGE TOTALS              119   2    39     41    322   -    -      -     -      -
Pittsburgh reach Stanley Cup Final. 2006-07: Appeared in 70 regular-season games … Tallied
six assists … Skated in five playoff games. 2005-06: Skated in 64 games and accumulated nine
points (2-7). 2003-04: Played in 79 games and tallied one goal and nine assists. 2002-03:
Appeared in six games.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Appeared in 152 regular-season games over three years (2001-
04) for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League … Skated in three
regular-season games during the 2003-04 season … Played in 24 playoff games and tallied four
assists … In 2002-03, appeared in 71 regular-season games and recorded four goals and 14
assists … Skated in six playoff games … In 2001-02, played in 78 regular-season games and
notched 20 points (2-18) … Played three seasons for Boston College (1998-2001) of the Hockey
East Association … In 2000-01, helped the Eagles win the NCAA championship … Appeared
in 40 games and registered 20 assists … As a sophomore in 1999-00, tallied one goal and nine
assists in 38 games … Appeared in 41 games as a freshman in 1998-99, scoring one goal and
registering 10 assists.
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                                                                                                    Year      Event                          GP    G     A      P    PIM
                            Height: 5’11” (180)     |   Weight: 170 (77)
                                                                                                    2009      Men’s World Championship        9    1     2      3     2
                            Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: December 23, 1986
                                                                                                    2006      World Junior Championship       7    1     0      1    10
                            Hometown: Warroad, Minn.                                                          TEAM USA TOTALS                16    2     2      4    12
                            2008-09 Team: St. Louis Blues
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                                                                                                    Season    Team                           GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                    2008-09   St. Louis Blues                57    14    25    39    30    4    0      0        0     2
                                                                                                              NHL TOTALS                     57    14    25    39    30    4    0      0        0     2
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2008-09: Member of U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2009
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Appeared in all nine Team USA games and registered a                ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                           Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                    Season    Team (League)                  GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
goal and two assists. 2005-06: Skated in seven games at the 2006 IIHF World Junior
                                                                                                    2007-08   Univ. of North Dakota (WCHA)   42    18    27    45    57    -    -      -        -     -
Championship and notched one goal.                                                                  2006-07   Univ. of North Dakota (WCHA)   43    17    35    52    30    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                    2005-06   Univ. of North Dakota (WCHA)   44    24    21    45    33    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                              COLLEGE TOTALS                 129   59    83    142   120   -    -      -        -     -
NHL EXPERIENCE: With St. Louis: 2008-09: Played in 57 regular-season games during his
                                                                                                    2004-05   Sioux City Stampede (USHL)     11    3     2      5     6    -    -      -        -     -
rookie season with the National Hockey League’s St. Louis Blues … Notched six power-play
goals, along with a shorthanded and game-winning goal … Ranked second on team among
rookies in goals (14), assists (25) and points (39) … Finished sixth among NHL rookies in assists
(25) and tied for 8th in points (39) … Appeared in four playoff games.


ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played three seasons (2005-08) for the University of North
Dakota of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association and helped the Sioux to the NCAA Frozen
Four in each of those seasons … Scored 18 goals and added 27 assists in 45 games as a junior
in 2007-08 … In 2006-07, appeared in 43 games … Tallied 52 points (17-35) … Skated in 44
games as a freshman in 2005-06 … Scored 24 goals and 21 assists … Played 11 games for the
Sioux City Stampede of the United States Hockey League in 2004-05 … Registered three goals
and two assists, including a game-winning goal.


PERSONAL: Selected by the St. Louis Blues with the 24th overall pick in the 2005 NHL Entry
Draft … Born on December 23, 1986, in Mt. Vernon, Wash.
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                            Parise                      Forward                                       TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                      Year   Event                                     GP       G     A     P     PIM
                            Height: 5’11” (180)     |   Weight: 190 (86)                              2008   Men’s World Championship                   7       5     3     8      2
                                                                                                      2007   Men’s World Championship                   1       0     0     0      0
                            Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: July 28, 1984
                                                                                                      2005   Men’s World Championship                   3       0     2     2      0
                            Hometown: Minneapolis, Minn.                                              2004   World Junior Championship                  6       5     6     11     4
                                                                                                      2003   World Junior Championship                  7       4     4     8      4
                            2008-09 Team: New Jersey Devils
                                                                                                      2002   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                8       7     3     10     6
                                                                                                                  TEAM USA TOTALS                       32      21    18    39    16


                                                                                                      NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                      Season  Team                                     GP       G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A     PTS   PIM
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2007-08: Appeared in all seven games for Team USA at the                       2008-09 New Jersey Devils                        82       45    49     94    24    7   3       3      6     2
2008 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Tallied five goals and three assists … Second on team            2007-08 New Jersey Devils                        81       32    33     65    25    5   1       4      5     2
in goals (5). 2006-07: Appeared in one game with the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2007             2006-07 New Jersey Devils                        82       31    31     62    30   11   7       3      10    8
                                                                                                      2005-06 New Jersey Devils                        81       14    18     32    28    9   1       2      3     2
IIHF Men’s World Championship. 2004-05: Recorded two assists in three games for the U.S.
                                                                                                                  NHL TOTALS                           326      122   131   253   107   32   12     12     24    14
Men’s National Team at the 2005 IIHF Men’s World Championship. 2003-04: Led the U.S.
National Junior Team to its first-ever gold medal at the 2004 IIHF World Junior Championship          ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                      Regular Season                   Playoffs
with 11 points (5-6) … Named Most Valuable Player of the tournament … Earned directorate              Season  Team (League)                            GP       G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A     PTS   PIM
award as the tournament’s best forward … Selected to the Media All-Star Team. 2002-03:                2004-05 Albany River Rats (AHL)                  73       18    40     58    56    -   -       -      -     -
                                                                                                      2003-04 Univ. of North Dakota (WCHA)             37       23    32     55    24    -   -       -      -     -
Skated in all seven games for the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2003 IIHF World Junior             2002-03 Univ. of North Dakota (WCHA)             39       26    35     61    34    -   -       -      -     -
Championship … Led Team USA with eight points (4-4). 2001-02: Helped the U.S. National                            COLLEGE TOTALS                        76      49    67    116   58    -    -       -     -      -
Under-18 Team capture its first-ever gold medal at the 2002 IIHF Men’s World Under-18
                                                                                                      2001-02     U.S. National Under-18 Team*          12       7     7    14     6    -    -       -     -      -
Championship … Ranked fourth on the team with 10 points (7-3) … Appeared in 12 games with             *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program
the U.S. National Under-18 Team within USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program
… Recorded seven goals and seven assists.

NHL EXPERIENCE: With New Jersey: 2008-09: Skated in 82 regular-season games in his
fourth National Hockey League season with the New Jersey Devils … Led all American-born
skaters in goals (45) and points (94) … Tied for first among Americans in assists (49) … Named
to Eastern Conference All-Star Team … Ranked third in league in goals (45), fifth in points (94),   All-WCHA Rookie Team …
seventh in game-winning goals (8), and eighth in plus/minus (+30) and power-play goals (14)         Only freshman to be
… Established career-high numbers in every offensive category (tied 2007-08 game-winning            selected as a top-10
goals total) … Appeared in seven playoff games and led team with six points (3-3). 2007-08:         finalist for the Hobey
Played in 81 regular-season games … Led the Devils in goals (32), points (65), power-play goals     Baker Memorial Award …
(10) and tied for the team lead with eight game-winning goals … Appeared in five playoff games      Co-winner of North
… Finished second on the team with five points (1-4). 2006-07: Skated in all 82 regular-season      Dakota’s Jeff Anderson
game and led team with 31 goals, tied for first with seven game-winning markers and finished        Hockey Scholarship as
second on the squad with 62 points … Tallied seven goals and added three assists in 11 playoff      the team’s most valuable
games. 2005-06: Played in 81 regular-season games during his rookie campaign and recorded           player     …     Named
32 points (14-18) … Tallied a goal and two assists in nine playoff games.                           Fighting Sioux’s rookie
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                             Pavelski                    Forward
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                                                                                                     Year      Event                          GP    G     A      P    PIM
                             Height: 5’11” (180)     |   Weight: 195 (89)
                                                                                                     2009      Men’s World Championship        5    1     1      2     0
                             Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: July 11, 1984
                                                                                                               TEAM USA TOTALS                5     1     1      2     0
                             Hometown: Stevens Point, Wis.
                             2008-09 Team: San Jose Sharks                                           NHL STATISTICS                                  Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                     Season    Team                           GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                     2008-09   San Jose Sharks                80    25    34    59    46    6    0       1        1     9
                                                                                                     2007-08   San Jose Sharks                82    19    21    40    28    13   5       4        9     0
                                                                                                     2006-07   San Jose Sharks                46    14    14    28    18    6    1       0        1     0
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2008-09: Member of the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2009
                                                                                                               NHL TOTALS                     208   58    69    127   92    25   6       5       11     9
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Appeared in five games and registered two points (1-1).
                                                                                                     ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                           Regular Season                   Playoffs
NHL EXPERIENCE: With San Jose: 2008-09: Skated in 80 regular-season games for the                    Season    Team (League)                  GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G       A       PTS   PIM

San Jose Sharks during his third National Hockey League season … Recorded career highs in            2006-07   Worcester Sharks (AHL)         16    8     18    26     8    -    -       -        -     -
                                                                                                     2005-06   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      43    23    33    56    34    -    -       -        -     -
points (59), goals (25), assists (34), shorthanded goals (3) and shots (266) … Ranked sixth among    2004-05   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      41    16    29    45    26    -    -       -        -     -
NHL forwards with 74 blocked shots … Added one assist in six playoff games. 2007-08: Skated                    COLLEGE TOTALS                 84    39    62    101   60    -    -       -        -     -

in all 82 regular-season games and totaled 40 points (19-21) … Tied for second on the Sharks         2003-04   Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)    54    21    31    52    58    12   6       6       12    10

with nine points (5-4) in 13 playoff contests. 2006-07: Collected 28 points (14-14) in 46 regular-   2002-03   Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)    60    36    33    69    32    7    5       7       12     8
                                                                                                               USHL TOTALS                    114   57    64    121   90    19   11     13       24    18
season games … Scored one goal in six playoff games.


ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Skated in 16 games with the Worcester Sharks of the American
Hockey League in 2006-07 … Recorded 26 points (8-18) … Skated in 84 games over two seasons
(2004-06) at the University of Wisconsin of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association … Totaled
101 points (39-62) … Selected to the All-WCHA Second Team, Men’s RBK Division I West All-
America Second Team and helped Wisconsin win the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey
Championship in 2006 … Named to the All-WCHA Rookie Team in 2005 … Skated in 54 regular-
season games for the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League in 2003-04 …
Totaled 52 points (21-31) … Added 12 points (6-6) in 12 playoff contests … Recorded 69 points
(36-33) in 60 regular-season games for Waterloo in 2002-03 … Added 12 points (5-7) in seven
playoff games … Named to the USHL All-Rookie Team, USHL First All-Star Team and USHL
Rookie of the Year.

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                                                                                                    Season    Team                           GP   MIN     W-L-OTL   GAA    GA    SVS     SV%    SO
                            Height: 6’1” (185)     |   Weight: 216 (98)
                                                                                                    2008-09   Los Angeles Kings              44   2,495   21-18-2   2.48   103   1,097   .914   4
                            Catches: Left     |   Birthdate: January 21, 1986
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                            Hometown: Milford, Conn.
                                                                                                    2007-08   Los Angeles Kings              3    141      1-2-0    3.83    9     53     .855   0
                            2008-09 Team: Los Angeles Kings                                                   Playoffs                       -      -        -       -      -      -      -     -
                                                                                                              NHL TOTALS                     47   2,635   22-20-2   2.55   112   1,150   .911   4
                                                                                                              PLAYOFFS                       -      -        -       -      -      -      -     -


NHL EXPERIENCE: With Los Angeles: 2008-09: Appeared in 44 games with the National                   ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
                                                                                                    Season    Team (League)                  GP   MIN      W-L-T    GAA    GA    SVS     SV%    SO
Hockey League’s Los Angeles Kings … Posted a 21-18-2 record with two shutouts … Ranked
                                                                                                    2007-08   Manchester Monarchs (AHL)      19     -      11-8-0   2.32   42    494     .922   3
third among rookie goalies in wins (21), goals-against average (2.48), save percentage (.914) and             Playoffs                       1    0-1-0     1.02     1     38    .974     0
shutouts (4). 2007-08: Played in three games and compiled a 1-2 record … Recorded a 3.83                      Reading Royals (ECHL)          38     -     23-11-3   2.79   105   1,005   .905   1

goals-against average and .855 save percentage.                                                               Playoffs                       -      -        -        -     -      -      -     -
                                                                                                    2006-07   Univ. of Massachusetts (HEA)   37   2,224   19-12-5   2.16   80    1046    .929   3
                                                                                                    2005-06   Univ. of Massachusetts (HEA)   17   905      4-10-1   2.98   45    518     .920   0
ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Split time during the 2007-08 season with the Reading Royals
                                                                                                              COLLEGE TOTALS                 54   3,129   23-22-6   2.37   125   1,564   .923   3
of the ECHL and the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League … Appeared in 19
regular-season games for Manchester and posted an 11-8-0 record … Compiled a 2.32 goals-
against average, three shutouts and .922 save percentage … Skated in one playoff game …
Played in 38 games with Reading and posted a 23-11-3 record with a 2.79 goals-against average,
.905 save percentage and one shutout … Became second goaltender in ECHL history to record
first win, shutout and score first goal in same game … Played two seasons (2005-07) with the
University of Massachusetts of the Hockey East Association … In 2006-07, led UMass Amherst
to its first-ever NCAA tournament bid … Posted team single-season records with wins (19),
appearances (37), saves (1,046) and minutes played (2,224) … Compiled a 19-12-5 record with
three shutouts, a 2.16 goals-against average and a .929 save percentage … Ranked fifth in nation
in save percentage (.929) … Appeared in 17 games for UMass as a freshman and posted a 4-10-
1 record … Compiled a 2.98 goals-against average and a .920 save percentage … Named
Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week twice and Hockey East Goaltender of the Month for
November 2005.

PERSONAL: Selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the third round (72nd overall) in the 2005
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                            Rafalski                    Defenseman                                   TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                     Year      Event                         GP     G     A      P    PIM
                            Height: 5’10” (178)     |   Weight: 191 (87)                             2006      Olympic Winter Games           5     0     2      2     0
                            Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: September 28, 1973                      2004      World Cup of Hockey            4     0     3      3     6
                                                                                                     2002      Olympic Winter Games           6     1     2      3     2
                            Hometown: Dearborn, Mich.
                                                                                                     1998      Men’s World Championship Qual. 3     0     1      1     0
                            2008-09 Team: Detroit Red Wings                                          1995      Men’s World Championship       5     0     0      0     2
                                                                                                     1993      World Junior Championship      7     0     2      2     2
                                                                                                     1992      World Junior Championship      7     0     1      1     2
                                                                                                               TEAM USA TOTALS                37    1     11    12    14

USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2005-06: Appeared in five games for Team USA at the 2006                      NHL STATISTICS                                  Regular Season                    Playoffs
Olympic Winter Games and registered two assists. 2004-05: Played in four games for Team              Season    Team                           GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP    G      A        PTS   PIM
                                                                                                     2008-09   Detroit Red Wings              78    10    49     59    20   18    3       9        12    11
USA at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey … Recorded three assists and finished with a +3 rating.
                                                                                                     2007-08   Detroit Red Wings              73    13    42     55    34   22    4      10        14    12
2001-02: Skated in all six games at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah …          2006-07   New Jersey Devils              82    8     47     55    34   11    2       6        8     8
Tallied three points (1-2) en route to winning the silver medal. 1997-98: Played in all three        2005-06   New Jersey Devils              82    6     43     49    36    9    1      8         9     2
                                                                                                     2003-04   New Jersey Devils              69    6     30     36    24    5    0      1         1     0
games for the U.S. Select Team in the 1998 International Ice Hockey Federation A-Pool World
                                                                                                     2002-03   New Jersey Devils              79    3     37     40    14   23    2       9        11    8
Championship Qualification Tournament and helped Team USA to a first-place finish. 1994-95:          2001-02   New Jersey Devils              76    7     40     47    18    6    3      2         5     4
Skated in five games with the 1995 U.S. Men’s National Team at the IIHF Men’s World                  2000-01   New Jersey Devils              78    9     43     52    26   25    7      11        18    7
                                                                                                     1999-00   New Jersey Devils              75    5     27     32    28   23    2       6        8     8
Championship. 1992-93: Member of the U.S. National Junior Teams that competed in the 1993
                                                                                                               NHL TOTALS                     692   67   358    425   234   142   24     62       86    60
IIHF World Junior National Championship and registered two assists in seven games. 1991-92:
Helped lead Team USA to a bronze medal at the 1992 IIHF World Junior Championship and                ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                           Regular Season                    Playoffs
notched one assist in seven games.                                                                   Season    Team (League)                  GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP    G       A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                     1998-99   HIFK Helsinki (FNL)            53    19    34     53    18   11    5       9        14    4
                                                                                                     1997-98   HIFK Helsinki (FNL)            40    13    10     23    20    9    5       6        11    0
NHL PLAYING EXPERIENCE: With Detroit: 2008-09: Completed his ninth National                          1996-97   HPK Hameenlinna (FNL)          49    11    24     35    26   10    6       5        11    4
Hockey League season and second with the Detroit Red Wings … Appeared in 78 regular-season           1995-96   Brynas IF Gavle (SEL)          22    1     8      9     14    9    0       1        1     2

games … Led team defensemen in assists (49), tied for first in points (59), and second in                      EUROPE TOTALS                  164   44    76    120   78    39    16     21       37    10

plus/minus (+17) and power-play goals (5) … Ranked second among NHL defensemen in assists            1994-95   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      43    11    34    45    48     -    -       -        -     -
                                                                                                     1993-94   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      37    6     17    23    26     -    -       -        -     -
(49) and third in points (59) … Skated in 18 playoff games and helped lead Detroit to its second
                                                                                                     1992-93   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      32    0     13    13    10     -    -       -        -     -
consecutive Stanley Cup Final appearance … Accumulated 12 points (3-9) … Fourth in NHL in            1991-92   Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)      38    3     16    19    40     -    -       -        -     -
plus/minus (+11) and sixth in power-play goals (3). 2007-08: Played in 73 regular-season games                 COLLEGE TOTALS                 150   20    80    100   124    -    -       -        -     -

… Established career-high totals in goals (13) and power-play goals (10) … Led team
defensemen in goals (13) and power-play goals (10), and was second in assists (42) and points
(55) … Tied for third among league defensemen in plus/minus (+27) … Skated in 22 playoff
games and captured his third Stanley Cup (New Jersey 2000, 2003) … Led NHL defensemen in
playoff goals (4), second in points (14) and third in assists (10). With New Jersey: 2006-07:
Appeared in all 82 regular-season games with the New Jersey Devils … Led team defensemen           Notched 36 points (6-30) in 69 games regular-season games… Played in five playoff games and
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in goals (8), assists (47), points (55), plus/minus (+4), power-play goals (3) and game-winning    recorded one assist … Made his second NHL All-Star Game appearance. 2002-03: Competed
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goals (4) … Tied for fourth among league defensemen in assists (47) … Named to Eastern             in 79 regular-season games … Finished third among team defensemen with 40 points (3-37) …                  A
Conference All-Star Team … … Skated in 11 playoff games and led team defensemen with eight         Helped New Jersey hoist the Stanley Cup and finished third among NHL defensemen in the                     M
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Recorded 18 points (7-11) in 25 playoff games. 1999-2000: Accumulated 32
points (5-27) in 75 regular-season games … Named to the NHL All-Rookie Team
… Totaled eight points (2-6) in 23 playoff games as New Jersey captured the
Stanley Cup.

ADDITIONAL PLAYING EXPERIENCE: Played four seasons (1995-99) in
Sweden and Finland before signing with the New Jersey Devils … In 172 games
in the Finnish National League from 1996-99, netted 59 goals and 88 assists
with Hameenlinna and Helsinki … Totaled eight points (1-7) with Brynas IF
Gavle of the Swedish Elite League in 1995-96 … Played four years (1991-95)
at the University of Wisconsin of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association
… Led the Badgers to the WCHA Championship in 1995 … Named a Titan
West First Team All-America selection, an All-WCHA First-Team selection,
WCHA Defenseman of the Year and a WCHA All-Academic Team member
in 1995.

PERSONAL: Signed as a free agent by New Jersey on May 7, 1999 …
Signed as a free agent by Detroit on July 1, 2007 … Born on September 28,
1973, in Dearborn, Mich.




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                             Ryan                         Forward                                     TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                      Year      Event                        GP    G     A      P    PIM
                             Height: 6’2” (188)     |   Weight: 208 (94)                              2006      World Junior Championship     7     3     4     7     0
                             Shoots: Right     |   Birthdate: March 17, 1987                                    TEAM USA TOTALS              7     3     4      7     0
                             Hometown: Cherry Hill, N.J.
                             2008-09 Team: Anaheim Ducks                                              NHL STATISTICS                                Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                      Season    Team                         GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                      2008-09   Anaheim Ducks                64    31    26    57    33    13   5      2        7     0
                                                                                                      2007-08   Anaheim Ducks                23     5     5    10     6    2    0      0        0     2
                                                                                                                NHL TOTALS                   87    36    31    67    39    15   5      2        7     2
TEAM USA EXPERIENCE: 2005-06: Recorded seven points (3-4) in seven games at the 2006
                                                                                                      ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                         Regular Season                  Playoffs
IIHF World Junior Championship.
                                                                                                      Season    Team (League)                GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                      2008-09   Iowa Chops (AHL)             14     9    10    19    19    -    -      -        -     -
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Anaheim: 2008-09: Completed his first full National Hockey                       2007-08   Portland Pirates (AHL)       48    21    28    49    38    16   8     12       20    18
League season with the Anaheim Ducks … Named finalist for Calder Trophy as NHL’s top rookie           2006-07   Portland Pirates (AHL)        8     3     6     9     6    -    -      -        -     -
… Second on team in goals (31) and power-play goals (12), fourth in points (57) and sixth in                    Owen Sound Attack (OHL)      63    43    59    102   63    4    1      1        2     2
                                                                                                      2005-06   Portland Pirates (AHL)        -     -     -     -     -    19   1      7        8    22
assists (26) … Led NHL rookies in goals (31), points (57), points-per-game (.89), power-play goals
                                                                                                                AHL TOTALS                   70    33    44    77    63    35   9     19       28    40
(12) and shooting percentage (17.8%) … Established franchise rookie records with 31 goals and
                                                                                                      2005-06   Owen Sound Attack (OHL)      59    31    64    95    44    11   5      7       12    14
57 points… Tied franchise record for a rookie in assists (26) … Became first rookie in club history
                                                                                                      2004-05   Owen Sound Attack (OHL)      62    37    52    89    51    8    2      7        9     8
to record a 20-goal/20-assist season … Collected hat trick on Jan. 8 vs. Los Angeles in 2:21,         2003-04   Owen Sound Attack (OHL)      65    22    17    39    52    7    1      2        3     2
scoring the fastest three goals by an American-born player in NHL history … Second on team                      OHL TOTALS                   249   133   192   325   210   30   9     17       26    26
in goals (5) and fifth in points (7) in 13 playoff games. 2007-08: Skated in 23 regular-season
games and registered five goals and five assists … Added three power-play goals … Appeared
in two playoff games.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Skated in 14 games with the American Hockey League’s Iowa
Chops in 2008-09 … Notched 19 points (9-10) before being recalled by Anaheim … Played with
the Portland Pirates of the AHL for parts of three seasons (2005-08) … In 2007-08, skated in 48
games and recorded 49 points (21-28) before being recalled by Anaheim … Played in 16 playoff
game and accumulated 20 points (8-12) … Appeared in eight games with Portland in 2006-07
and tallied three goals and six assists … In 2005-06, skated in 19 playoff games … Scored one
goal and added seven assists … Played four seasons (2003-07) with the Owen Sound Attack of
the Ontario Hockey League … In 2006-07, appeared in 63 regular-season games … Led team in
goals (43), assists (59) and points (102) … Recorded 24 power-play goals … Skated in four playoff
games and totaled two points (1-1) … Appeared in 59 regular-season games in 2005-06 … Led
team in assists (64) and points (95) … Skated in 11 playoff games and accumulated five goals
and seven assists … In 2004-05, played in 62 regular-season games … Second on team in assists                                                                                                              T
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                                                                                                   Season    Team                          GP    G    A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                            Height: 6’0” (183)     |   Weight: 218 (99)
                                                                                                   2008-09   Pittsburgh Penguins           81    1    15    16    18    24   1      4        5     6
                            Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: December 30, 1978                       2007-08   Pittsburgh Penguins           71    0    5      5    26    20   0      3        3     2
                            Hometown: Syosset, N.Y.                                                2006-07   Pittsburgh Penguins           78    1    10    11    28    5    0      0        0     2
                            2008-09 Team: Pittsburgh Penguins                                      2005-06   Pittsburgh Penguins           57    0    4      4    36    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                   2003-04   Pittsburgh Penguins           13    1    2      3     4    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                             NHL TOTALS                    300   3    36    39    112   49   1      7        8    10


                                                                                                   ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                         Regular Season                  Playoffs
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Pittsburgh: 2008-09: Completed his fourth full National Hockey                Season    Team (League)                 GP    G    A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM

League season with the Pittsburgh Penguins and appeared in 81 regular-season games …               2005-06   Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)   13    0    8      8     8    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                   2004-05   Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)   79    2    18    20    34    11   2      1        3     2
Established career highs in assists (15), points (16) and plus/minus (+23) … Led team              2003-04   Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)   64    1    15    16    54    24   0      3        3    14
                                                                                                   2002-03   Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)   74    4    17    21    44    6    0      1        1     4
defensemen in plus/minus (+23), third in assists (15) and fifth in points (16) … Skated in 24
                                                                                                   2001-02   Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)   75    1    22    23    66    -    -      -        -     -
playoff games and helped the Penguins win the Stanley Cup … Added one goal and four assists.                 AHL TOTALS                    305   8    80    88    206   41   2      5        7    20

2007-08: Played in 71 regular-season games and registered five assists … Appeared in 20 playoff    2000-01   Boston College (HEA)          43    4    19    23    42    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                   1999-00   Boston College (HEA)          42    1    12    13    22    -    -      -        -     -
games and recorded three assists. 2006-07: Skated in 78 regular-season games … Notched 11
                                                                                                   1998-99   Boston College (HEA)          41    2    8     10    20    -    -      -        -     -
points (1-10) … Appeared in five playoff games. 2005-06: Tallied four assists in 57 games. 2003-   1997-98   Boston College (HEA)          42    0    24    24    12    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                             COLLEGE TOTALS                168   7    63    70    96    -    -      -        -     -
04: Recorded a goal and two assists in 13 games.


ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played parts of five seasons (2001-06) with the Wilkes-
Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League … Registered eight goals and 80
assists in 305 career regular-season games … Added two goals and five assists 41 career playoff
games … Played four seasons (1997-01) for Boston College of the Hockey East Association …
Compiled 70 points (7-63) over four-year career … Member of 2001 team that won the national
championship … Named to All-Tournament Team … Left as school’s all-time games played
leader (168).


PERSONAL: Selected by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the fifth round (134th overall) in the 1998
NHL Entry Draft … Signed by the Los Angeles Kings as a free agent on July 2, 2009 … Born on
December 30, 1978, in Syosset, N.Y.
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                            Height: 6’0” (183)    |   Weight: 205 (93)                             Year      Event                          GP    G     A      P    PIM
                                                                                                   2007      Men’s World Championship        7    4     4      8     2
                            Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: December 27, 1985
                                                                                                             TEAM USA TOTALS                7     4     4      8     2
                            Hometown: Denver, Colo.
                            2008-09 Team: Colorado Avalanche
                                                                                                   NHL STATISTICS                                  Regular Season                  Playoffs
                                                                                                   Season    Team                           GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                   2008-09   Colorado Avalanche             45    11    25    36    22    -    -      -        -     -
                                                                                                   2007-08   Colorado Avalanche             66    24    47    71    24    9    2      1        3     6
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2006-07: Member of the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2007                 2006-07   Colorado Avalanche             82    28    50    78    42    -    -      -        -     -
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Ranked second on team in goals (4) and points (8). 2003-                     NHL TOTALS                     193   63   122    185   88    9    2      1        3     6
04: Member of the U.S. Junior Select Team at the 2004 Viking Cup … Helped the United States
to a second-place finish and earned the tournament’s Top Forward award after totaling 11 points    ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                           Regular Season                  Playoffs
(6-5).                                                                                             Season    Team (League)                  GP    G     A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A       PTS   PIM
                                                                                                   2005-06   Univ. of Denver (WCHA)         39    19    34    53    79    -    -      -        -     -
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Colorado: 2008-09: Appeared in 45 games with the National                     2004-05   Univ. of Denver (WCHA)         42    17    28    45    30    -    -      -        -     -
Hockey League’s Colorado Avalanche during his third season … Missed 37 games due to                          COLLEGE TOTALS                 81    36    62    98    109   -    -      -        -     -
injuries … Third on team in power-play goals (7) and fifth with 36 points (11-25) … Was team’s
                                                                                                   2003-04   River City Lancers (USHL)      56    30    47    77    46    3    1      2        3     0
leading scorer at time of injury. 2007-08: Skated in 66 regular-season games … Led team in
                                                                                                   2002-03   River City Lancers (USHL)      57    10    20    30    39    8    0      1        1     2
assists (47) and points (71), and third on team in goals (24) … Named to Western Conference
                                                                                                             USHL TOTALS                    113   40    67    107   85    11   1      3        4     2
All-Star Team … Skated in nine playoff games and notched two goals and an assist. 2006-07:
Played in all 82 games during his rookie season and recorded a franchise rookie-record 78 points
(28-50) … Recorded a point in 20 consecutive games from Feb. 3-March 17, breaking the NHL
record for longest scoring streak by a rookie (Teemu Selanne; 17 games in 1992-93) … Notched
11 goals with 12 assists and a +12 rating during that stretch.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played two seasons (2004-06) at the University of Denver of
the Western Collegiate Hockey Association and totaled 98 points (36-62) in 81 games… Captured
the WCHA scoring title with 44 points (15-29) in 28 conference games as a sophomore (2005-
06) … Totaled 53 points (19-34) and earned All-WCHA First Team honors … Ranked 10th in the
nation with 1.36 points per game … As a freshman (2004-05), named WCHA Rookie of the Year
and helped Denver to its second consecutive national title … Recorded three points (2-1) in
Denver’s 4-1 victory over the University of North Dakota in the NCAA title game and was named
to the Frozen Four All-Tournament Team …Totaled 45 points (17-28) and earned the Barry Sharp
Memorial Award as Denver’s top freshman player … Played two seasons (2002-04) with the
River City Lancers of the United States Hockey League … Led the Lancers and finished second
in the USHL with 77 points (30-47) during the 2003-04 campaign … Named River City’s MVP                                                                                                                   T

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                            Suter                       Defenseman                                  TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                    Year   Event                                     GP       G     A      P     PIM
                            Height: 6’1” (185)    |   Weight: 194 (88)                              2009   Men’s World Championship                   9       1      2      3      8
                                                                                                    2007   Men’s World Championship                   7       1      2      3     12
                            Shoots: Left   |   Birthdate: January 21, 1985                          2006   Men’s World Championship                   7       1      1      2     10
                                                                                                    2005   Men’s World Championship                   1       0      0      0      0
                            Hometown: Madison, Wis.                                                        World Junior Championship                  7       1      7      8     20
                            2008-09 Team: Nashville Predators                                       2004   World Junior Championship                  6       0      2      2      8
                                                                                                    2003   World Junior Championship                  7       2      1      3      2
                                                                                                           Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                6       1      3      4     22
                                                                                                    2002   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                8       1      6      7     12
                                                                                                           TEAM USA TOTALS                           58       8     24     32     94

USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2008-09: Skated in all nine games for Team USA at the 2009                   NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                    Season  Team                                     GP       G     A     PTS    PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Notched a goal and two assists. 2006-07: Appeared in all
                                                                                                    2008-09 Nashville Predators                       82       7    38      45    73    -   -      -      -      -
seven games for the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2007 IIHF Men’s World Championship …            2007-08 Nashville Predators                       76       7    24      31    71    6   1      1      2      4
                                                                                                    2006-07 Nashville Predators                       82       8    16      24    54    5   1      0      1      8
Scored a goal and added two assists. 2005-06: Skated in all seven games with the U.S. Men’s         2005-06 Nashville Predators                       71       1    15      16    66    -   -      -      -      -
National Team at the 2006 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Led U.S. defensemen with two                      NHL TOTALS                               311      23    93     116   264   11   2      1      3     12
points (1-1). 2004-05: Played one game for the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2005 IIHF Men’s
                                                                                                    ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                       Regular Season                  Playoffs
World Championship … Led tournament defensemen with eight points (1-7) in seven games at
                                                                                                    Season  Team (League)                            GP       G      A     PTS   PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
the 2005 IIHF World Junior Championship. 2003-04: Recorded two assists and a +5 rating to           2004-05 Milwaukee Admirals (AHL)                  63       7     16     23    70    7   1      5      6     16
help the U.S. National Junior Team win the gold medal at the 2004 IIHF World Junior                 2003-04 Univ. of Wisconsin (WCHA)                 39       3     16     19    93    -   -      -      -      -
                                                                                                    2002-03 U.S. National Under-18 Team*              51       9     22     31   136    -   -      -      -      -
Championship. 2002-03: Led U.S. National Junior Team defensemen with two goals, including           2001-02 U.S. National Under-17 Team*              70       8     31     39   127    -   -      -      -      -
a game-winner, at the 2003 IIHF World Junior Championship … Played in his second IIHF Men’s                 NTDP TOTALS                              121      17     53     70   263    -   -      -      -      -

World Under-18 Championship and notched four points (1-3) in six games as Team USA won              *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program

the silver medal … Played for the U.S. National Under-18 Team within USA Hockey’s National
Team Development Program … Finished second on the team with 22 assists and third with six
power-play goals. 2001-02: Won the gold medal with the U.S. National Under-18 Team at the
2002 IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship … Scored a goal and added six assists in eight
games … Played in 70 games for the U.S. National Under-17 Team within the NTDP … Tallied
39 points (8-31), including a team-leading 16 points in 19 international games.                   Men’s Ice Hockey Team …
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NHL EXPERIENCE: With Nashville: 2008-09: Skated in all 82 games in his fourth National            time member of the U.S.
Hockey League season with the Nashville Predators … Recorded a career-high 45 points (7-          Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey
38). 2007-08: Played in 76 regular-season games and accumulated 31 points (7-24) … Tallied a      Team (1998, 2002) and
goal and an assist in six postseason contests. 2006-07: Totaled 24 points (8-16) in 82 regular-   played in the NHL for 17
season games … Scored one goal in five playoff games. 2005-06: Competed in 71                     years (1985-2002) for the
regular-season games and led team rookies in assists (15), points (16) and games played (71).     Calgary Flames, Chicago
                                                                                                  Blackhawks and San Jose
ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Totaled 23 points (7-16) in 63 regular-season games with the               Sharks … Honored with
Milwaukee Admirals of the American Hockey League in 2004-05 … Led team defensemen with            the Bob Johnson Award
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six points (1-5) in seven games during the 2005 Calder Cup Playoffs … Played college hockey
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at the University of Wisconsin of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association during the 2003-
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04 season … Tallied 19 points (3-16) in 39 games for Wisconsin … Ranked second on the team
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                           Thomas                      Goaltender                                TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                 Year   Event                         GP    MIN      W-L-T      GAA    GA     SOG     SV%    SO
                           Height: 5’11” (180)    |   Weight: 201 (91)                           2008   Men’s World Championship       3    160      2-1-0      1.50    4      53     .925    1
                                                                                                 2005   Men’s World Championship       0      0      0-0-0      0.00    0       0     .000    0
                           Catches: Left    |   Birthdate: April 15, 1974                        1999   Men’s World Championship       2     99        -        4.35    7     N/A     .950    0
                                                                                                 1998   Men’s World Championship       0      0      0-0-0      0.00    0       0     .000    0
                           Hometown: Flint, Mich.                                                1996   Men’s World Championship       1     30      0-0-0      2.04    1     N/A     .910    0
                           2008-09 Team: Boston Bruins                                           1995   Men’s World Championship       0      0      0-0-0      0.00    0       0     .000    0
                                                                                                        TEAM USA TOTALS                6    289      2-1-0      2.49   12     N/A     .927    1

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                                                                                                 Season  Team                         GP     MIN W-L-OTL        GAA    GA      SVS    SV%    SO
                                                                                                 2008-09 Boston Bruins                 54    3,259   36-11-7    2.10   114    1,580   .933    5
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2007-08: Member of the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2008                       Playoffs                      11     680       7-4     1.85    21     302    .935    1
                                                                                                 2007-08 Boston Bruins                 57    3,341   28-19-6    2.44   1.36   1,595   .921    3
IIHF Men’s World Championship … Played in three games and posted a 2-0-1 record …                        Playoffs                       7     430       3-4     2.65    19     202    .914    0
Compiled a 1.50 goals-against average and .924 save percentage … Recorded one shutout.           2006-07 Boston Bruins                 66    3,619   30-29-4    3.13   189    1,796   .905    3
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2004-05: Member of the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2005 IIHF Men’s World Championship.       2005-06 Boston Bruins                 38    2,186  12-13-10    2.77   101    1,112   .917    1
1998-99: Appeared in two games for the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 1999 IIHF Men’s                   Playoffs                       -      -         -        -      -      -       -     -
                                                                                                 2002-03 Boston Bruins                  4     219     3-1-0*    3.01    11     107    .907    0
World Championship … Posted a .910 save percentage. 1997-98: Member of the U.S. Men’s                    Playoffs                       -      -         -        -      -      -       -     -
National Team at the 1998 IIHF Men’s World Championship. 1995-96: Played in one game for                 NHL TOTALS                   219   12,626 109-73-27    2.62   551    6,190   .918   12
                                                                                                 PLAYOFFS                              18    1,110     10-8     2.16    40     504    .926    1
the U.S. Men’s National Team that earned the bronze medal at the 1996 IIHF Men’s World
Championship … Recorded a 2.04 goals-against average and .950 save percentage … Played           *Denotes W-L-T

for the U.S. Men’s Select Team at the 1996 Tampere Cup. 1994-95: Member of the U.S. Men’s        ADDITIONAL STATISTICS
                                                                                                 Season  Team (League)                GP    MIN      W-L-T      GAA    GA     SVS     SV%    SO
National Team at the 1995 IIHF Men’s World Championship … Competed for the U.S. Men’s            2005-06 Providence Bruins (AHL)       26   1,515   15-11-10*   2.26    57     680    .923    1
Select Team at the 1995 Tampere Cup. 1993-94: Played for the U.S. Men’s Select Team at the               Playoffs                       -      -         -         -     -       -      -     -
                                                                                                 2004-05 Jokerit (FNL)                 54   3,266    34-13-7    1.58    86    N/A     N/A    15
1994 Tampere Cup.                                                                                        Playoffs                      12    720        8-4     1.83    22    N/A     N/A     0
                                                                                                 2003-04 Providence Bruins (AHL)       43   2,544    20-16-6    1.84    78    1,247   .941    9
                                                                                                         Playoffs                       2     84        0-2     7.13    10      19    .655    0
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Boston: 2008-09: Appeared in 54 regular-season games during                 2002-03 Providence Bruins (AHL)       35   2,049    12-12-5    2.87    98    1,045   .906    1
his fourth full National Hockey League season with the Boston Bruins … Recipient of Vezina               Playoffs                       -      -         -        -      -       -      -     -
                                                                                                 2001-02 Karpat (FNL)                  32   1,937    15-12-5    2.44    79    N/A     N/A     4
Trophy as the NHL’s top goalie … Led the Bruins to the best regular-season record in the                 Playoffs                       3    180        1-2     4.00    12    N/A     N/A     0
Eastern Conference … Compiled a 36-11-7 record with five shutouts … Established career highs     2000-01 AIK (SEL)                     43   2,542      N/A      2.48   105    N/A     N/A     3
                                                                                                         Playoffs                       5    299       N/A      4.01    20    N/A     N/A     0
in wins (36), shutouts (5), goals-against average (2.10) and save percentage (.933) … Named to   1999-00 Detroit Vipers (IHL)          36   2,020    10-21-3    3.56   129     989    .892    1
2009 Eastern Conference All-Star Team … Led league with a 2.10 goals-against average and                 Playoffs                       -      -         -        -      -       -      -     -
                                                                                                 1998-99 Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)       15    837       6-8-0    3.23    45     430    .905    0
.933 save percentage … Skated in 11 playoff games and posted a 7-4 record … Compiled a 1.85              Playoffs                       -      -         -        -      -       -      -     -
goals-against average and .935 save percentage … Tallied one shutout. 2007-08: Appeared in               HIFK (FNL)                    14    833       8-3-3    2.23    31    N/A     N/A     0
                                                                                                         Playoffs                      11    658        7-4     2.28    25    N/A     N/A     0
57 regular-season games … Compiled a 28-19-6 record, along with a 2.44 goals-against average     1997-98 HIFK (FNL)                    18   1,034     13-4-1    1.62    28    N/A     N/A     2
and .921 save percentage … Played in the 2008 NHL All-Star Game and earned the winning                   Playoffs                       9    551        9-0     1.52    14    N/A     N/A     3
                                                                                                         Houston Aeros (IHL)            1     59      0-1-0     4.01     4      23    .852    0
decision for the Eastern Conference … Started all seven playoff games … Went 3-4 and recorded            Playoffs                       -      -         -        -      -       -      -     -
                                                                                                         Birmingham Bulls (ECHL)        6    360       4-1-1    2.17    13     218    .944    1
a 2.65 goals-against average and .914 save percentage. 2006-07: Played in a career-high 66
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regular-season games and posted a 20-29-4 record … Compiled a 3.13 goals-against average,        1996-97 Univ. of Vermont (ECAC)       36   2,158    22-11-3    2.81   101    N/A     N/A     2
                                                                                                 1995-96 Univ. of Vermont (ECAC)       37   2,254    26-7-4     2.34    88    1,069   .924    3
.905 save percentage and three shutouts. 2005-06: Appeared in 38 regular-season games …          1994-95 Univ. of Vermont (ECAC)       34   2,010    18-13-2    2.69    90    N/A     N/A     4   T
Registered a 2.77 goals-against average, .917 save percentage and one shutout. 2002-03:          1993-94 Univ. of Vermont (ECAC)       33   1,864    15-12-6    3.03    94    N/A     N/A     0
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Competed in four games and posted a 3-1-0 record, 3.01 goals-against average and .907 save
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percentage.
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                                                                                                             EUROPE TOTALS            161   9,612     N/A       2.36   329    N/A     N/A    3    U
ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Saw action in 28 regular-season games with the Providence                             PLAYOFFS                  40   2,408     N/A       2.32    93    N/A     N/A    3
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Finnish National League in 2004-05 … Registered a 34-13-7 record, 1.58 goals-
against average and professional career-best 15 shutouts … Played in 43
regular-season games for Providence in 2003-04 … Recorded AHL career-
bests with a 1.84 goals-against average, .941 save percentage and nine
shutouts … Posted a 20-16-6 record … Compiled an 18-12-5 record in 35
regular-season games with Providence in 2002-03 … Earned one shutout and
posted a 2.87 goals-against average and .906 save percentage … Recorded
a 2.44 goals-against average in 32 appearances with Karpat of the FNL in
2001-02 … Appeared in 43 regular-season games for AIK of the Swedish Elite
League in 2000-01 … Played in 36 games for the Detroit Vipers of the
International Hockey League in 1999-2000 … Split time between the
Hamilton Bulldogs of the AHL and HIFK of the FNL in 1998-99 … Spent
time with HIFK, the Birmingham Bulls of the East Coast Hockey League
and the Houston Aeros of the IHL in 1997-98 … Played four seasons (1993-
97) at the University of Vermont, formerly of ECAC Hockey … Compiled
an 81-43-15 record and 2.70 goals-against average in 140 career games
… Named to the All-ECAC First Team in both 1994-95 and 1995-96, was
a Titan East Second Team All-America selection in 1994-95 and a East
First Team All-America selection in 1995-96 … Earned ECAC Goaltender
of the Year Award in 1996 … Holds Vermont’s all-time records for wins
(81), saves (3,950) and minutes (8,286) … Named to the University of
Vermont’s All-Time Men’s Hockey Team in 2006.

PERSONAL: Selected by the Quebec Nordiques in the ninth round
(217th overall) of the 1994 NHL Entry Draft … Signed by Boston as a
free agent on August 8, 2002 … Born on April 14, 1974, in Flint, Mich.



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                            Whitney                      Forward                                    TEAM USA STATISTICS
                                                                                                    Year   Event                                     GP       G     A      P     PIM
                            Height: 6’4” (193)     |   Weight: 219 (99)                             2003   World Junior Championship                  7       1     4      5      14
                                                                                                    2002   World Junior Championship                  7       1     2      3      20
                            Shoots: Left    |   Birthdate: February 19, 1983                        2001   Men’s World Under-18 Champ.                6       0     1      1       8
                                                                                                           TEAM USA TOTALS                           20       2     7      9      42
                            Hometown: Boston, Mass.
                            2008-09 Team: Anaheim Ducks/Pittsburgh Penguins                         NHL STATISTICS                                             Regular Season                   Playoffs
                                                                                                    Season  Team                                     GP       G     A     PTS    PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                    2008-09 Anaheim Ducks                             20       0    10      10    12   13   1       5      6     9
                                                                                                            Pittsburgh Penguins                       28       2    11      13    16    -   -       -      -     -
                                                                                                    2007-08 Pittsburgh Penguins                       76      12    28      40    45   20   1       5      6    25
                                                                                                    2006-07 Pittsburgh Penguins                       81      14    45      59    77    5   1       1      2     6
USA HOCKEY EXPERIENCE: 2002-03: Member of the U.S. National Junior Team that                        2005-06 Pittsburgh Penguins                       68       6    32      38    85    -   -       -      -     -
                                                                                                            NHL TOTALS                               273      34   126     160   235   38   3      11     14    40
competed at the 2003 IIHF World Junior Championship … Tallied a goal and four assists in seven
games. 2001-02: Skated in seven games for the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2002 IIHF            ADDITIONAL STATISTICS                                      Regular Season                   Playoffs
World Junior Championship … Registered three points (1-2). 2000-01: Appeared in six games           Season  Team (League)                            GP       G     A     PTS    PIM   GP   G      A     PTS   PIM
                                                                                                    2005-06 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)               9        5     9     14     6    11   1       4      5     8
at the 2001 IIHF Men’s World Under-18 Championship and notched one assist … Member of               2004-05 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)              80        6    35     41    101   11   2       7      9    12
the U.S. National Under-18 Team within USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program               2003-04 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL)               -        -     -      -     -    20   1       9     10     6
… Registered 40 points (9-31) in 60 games … Ranks sixth in NTDP history among defensemen                    AHL TOTALS                               89       11    44     55    107   42   4      20     24    26

in points in a season (40).                                                                                     Boston University (HEA)               38       9    16     25     56   -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                                    2002-03     Boston University (HEA)               34       3    10     13     48   -    -      -     -      -
                                                                                                    2001-02     Boston University (HEA)               35       4    17     21     46   -    -      -     -      -
NHL EXPERIENCE: With Anaheim/Pittsburgh: 2008-09: Completed his fourth National                                 COLLEGE TOTALS                       107      16    43     59    150   -    -      -     -      -
Hockey League season and split time between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Anaheim Ducks               2000-01     U.S. National Under-18 Team*          60      9     31     40    86    -    -      -     -      -
… Registered two goals and 21 assists in 48 combined regular-season games … Skated in 13            *Part of USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program

playoff games for the Ducks and recorded six points (1-5). With Pittsburgh: 2007-08:
Appeared in 76 regular-season games for the Penguins … Tied for first among team defensemen
in goals (12), and second in assists (28), points (40) and power-play goals (7) … Only defensemen
on team to register a shorthanded goal … Skated in 20 playoff games and accumulated six
points (1-5). 2006-07: Appeared in 81 regular-season games and established career highs in
goals (14), assists (45), points (59), power-play goals (9) and game-winning goals (2) … Led team
defensemen in goals (14), and second in assists (45) and points (59) … Named to Eastern
Conference YoungStars Team for second consecutive year … Added two points (1-1) in five
playoff games. 2005-06: Competed in 68 games … Ranked second among team defensemen
in goals (6), assists (32) and points (38) … Named to 2006 Eastern Conference YoungStars Team.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Played parts of three seasons (2003-06) with the Wilkes-
Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League … Appeared in nine regular-season
games in 2005-06 and totaled 14 points (5-9) before being recalled by Pittsburgh … Added five
points (1-4) in 11 playoff games … In 2004-05, played in 80 regular-season games with Wilkes-
Barre/Scranton … Scored six goals and added 35 assists … Notched two goals and seven assists
in 11 playoff games … Appeared in 20 playoff games for the Penguins in 2003-04 after finishing
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Terriers … Recorded 16 goals and 43 assists … Named to Hockey East All-Rookie Team in 2002.
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                         BRIAN                                                                                         D AV I D

                            Burke                   General Manager                                                       Poile                  Associate General Manager

                           Brian Burke was named president and general manager of                                       David Poile, president of hockey operations and general
                           the National Hockey League’s Toronto Maple Leafs on Nov.                                     manager of the National Hockey League’s Nashville
                           29, 2008, previously serving as the executive vice president                                 Predators, has 26 consecutive years of experience as an NHL
                           and general manager of the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks for three                                     general manager, ranking as the second-longest current
                           seasons (2005-08).                                                                           streak in the league and seventh in NHL history.

                           While in Anaheim, Burke led the Ducks to their first-ever                                    Prior to his time in Nashville, Poile led the NHL’s Washington
                        Stanley Cup in 2007, the first for a team from California.                                   Capitals to the Stanley Cup Playoffs 14 times during his 15-year
                        Additionally, the Ducks made the Stanley Cup Playoffs in each                                tenure.
of Burke’s seasons with the organization.
                                                                                             In 2005, Poile was selected as one of four NHL general managers to sit on the first NHL
Burke went to Anaheim after a six-year stint (1998-2004) as president and general            competition committee. In this role, he helped usher in a new era of NHL hockey,
manager of the Vancouver Canucks, revitalizing the team and community en route to            featuring on-ice innovations such as the regular-season shootout and the elimination of
consecutive 100+ point seasons and a Northwest Division title in 2003-04.                    the red line. In 2006-07, The Sporting News recognized Poile as executive of the year.

Under his leadership, the team increased its point total four consecutive years from 1999-   On the international stage, Poile most recently served as associate general manager for
2003. Over his last four seasons with the team, Burke engineered four consecutive            the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2009 International Ice Hockey Federation Men’s
seasons of at least 90 points. For his efforts, Burke was named by The Sporting News as      World Championship. Additionally, Poile served as general manager for both the 1998
NHL Executive of the Year in 2001.                                                           and 1999 and U.S. Men’s National Teams at the IIHF Men’s World Championships.

Prior to joining the Canucks organization, Burke worked in the NHL front office as senior    A 2001 recipient of the Lester Patrick Award in recognition of his outstanding
vice president and director of hockey operations from 1993-98. While at the league office,   contributions to hockey in the United States.
he served as the chief disciplinarian, ruling on violations for on-ice player conduct. He
worked closely with Commissioner Gary Bettman on league direction, including                 Poile and his wife, Elizabeth, have two children, Lauren and Brian.
collective bargaining matters.

With USA Hockey, Burke most recently served as the general manager of the U.S. Men’s
National Team at the 2009 International Ice Hockey Federation Men’s World
Championship in Bern and Zurich-Kloten, Switzerland, and was also the general manager
for the U.S Men’s National Team at the 1993 IIHF Men’s World Championship in Munich
and Dortmund, Germany.

The Edina, Minn., native was honored with the Lester Patrick Award in 2008 for
outstanding service to hockey in the United States.

Burke’s immediate family includes his wife, Jennifer, and six children, Katie, Patrick,
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                         JIM                                                                                              RON

                            Johannson                                                                                        Wilson                  Head Coach

                            Assistant Executive Director,
                            Hockey Operations                                                                             Ron Wilson, who will        Prior to joining the Maple Leafs, Wilson was the
                                                                                                                          enter his second season     head coach of the NHL’s San Jose Sharks for parts
                         Jim Johannson, assistant executive director of                                                   as the head coach of the    of five seasons. Under his direction, the Sharks
                         hockey operations for USA Hockey, is serving on the                                              National Hockey League’s    were the only NHL team to have won at least one
                         staff of his third U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Team.                                           Toronto Maple Leafs in      playoff series from 2004-08, reaching the Western
                                                                                                                       2009-10, has extensive         Conference Final for the first time in 2004 and the
                      A two-time (1988, 1992) U.S. Olympian as a player,
                                                                                                                       coaching experience in the     Western Conference Semifinals in 2006-08.
Johannson brings extensive experience in international ice hockey as both a
                                                                                                NHL and international competition. In 15 NHL sea-
player and administrator. In 2002, Johannson served as team leader for the silver               sons, he has compiled 599 wins, ranking seventh
medal-winning U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Team at the Olympic Winter                                                                                Wilson also coached the Washington Capitals
                                                                                                all-time in NHL history.
Games in Salt Lake City, Utah, and was the senior director of hockey operations                                                                       from 1997-2002, compiling a 192-167-51 record.
for Team USA at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy.                                                                                       His tenure was highlighted by the team’s only trip
                                                                                                On the international side, Wilson has been the
                                                                                                                                                      to the Stanley Cup Final in 1998.
                                                                                                head coach for Team USA for some of its brightest
A full-time employee of USA Hockey, Johannson joined the organization on
                                                                                                moments, including leading Team USA to the
Sept. 1, 2000, as manager of international activities and U.S. Olympic                                                                                Prior to spending five seasons with the Capitals,
                                                                                                championship at the inaugural World Cup of
Committee relations. He was promoted to senior director of hockey operations,                   Hockey in 1996. Wilson also directed the U.S.         Wilson served as the first head coach of the
a newly created position, on Aug. 5, 2003. On June 25, 2007, Johannson was                      Men’s National Team that captured the bronze          expansion Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in 1993,
elevated to assistant executive director of hockey operations and is responsible                medal at the 1996 International Ice Hockey            leading the team to the postseason for the first
for the day-to-day management and integration of all in-sport related                           Federation Men’s World Championship in Vienna,        time in during 1996-97 season.
initiatives. He handles USA Hockey representation in obtaining players and                      Austria. The medal was the first for the United
coaches for national teams in international competition. In addition, Johannson                 States in an A-Pool IIHF Men’s World                  In 13 full NHL seasons as a head coach, Wilson’s
interfaces with the USOC on matter of mutual interest.                                          Championship since 1962 (excluding Olympic            teams have reached the postseason eight times;
                                                                                                years), when the U.S. also earned the bronze.         won four division titles; appeared in the Stanley
He has worked with nine U.S. National Junior Teams, including the 2007 team                                                                           Cup Final once; reached 90 points seven times
that earned the bronze medal at the International Ice Hockey Federation World                   The 2010 Olympic Winter Games will mark the           and 100 points four times; and reached at least 40
Junior Championship. He was also the lead administrator in hosting the 2005                     second time Wilson will lead Team USA at the          wins seven times and 50 wins once.
IIHF World Junior Championship in Grand Folks, N.D., and Thief River Falls,                     Olympics, having served as head coach at the
Minn., and served as team leader for the gold medal-winning 2004 U.S. National                  1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano, Japan.           Wilson played in 117 career NHL games with the
Junior Team.                                                                                                                                          Maple Leafs and Minnesota North Stars. He
                                                                                                Wilson also led the U.S Men’s National Team to        recorded 26 goals and 67 assists for 93 points.
A former U.S. National Team member, Johannson spent five years as the general                   fourth-place finishes at the 2009 IIHF Men’s World
manager of the Twin Cities Vulcans, a Junior A team in the United States                        Championship in Bern and Zurich-Kloten,               Prior to his time in the NHL, Wilson played four
Hockey League. Under his guidance, the Vulcans captured the 2000 USA                            Switzerland, and the 1994 IIHF Men’s World            years (1973-77) of college hockey at Providence
Hockey Junior A National Championship in Green Bay, Wis.                                        Championship in Bolzano, Canazei, and Milan,
                                                                                                                                                      College. He was an All-America selection twice
                                                                                                Italy.
Johannson, a native of Rochester, Minn., played nine seasons in the                                                                                   and a four-time All-ECAC selection. As a
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International Hockey League, splitting time among three teams. His most                                                                               sophomore, he was named ECAC Player of the
                                                                                                He also served as head coach of Team USA at the                                                               E
productive campaign came in 1988-89, when he tallied 75 points (35-40) in 82                    2004 World Cup of Hockey.                             Year, leading the nation in 87 points (26-61) in only
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                                                                                                Wilson has been involved with USA Hockey since        Hall of Fame, Wilson still holds the school records
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Prior to embarking on his professional career, Johannson played at the                          the mid-1970s, having played for the U.S. Men’s       (and NCAA records for a defensemen) in career
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University of Wisconsin, where he helped the Badgers capture the 1983 NCAA                      National Team at the 1975, 1981, 1983 and 1987        points (250), career assists (172), points in a
Division I National Championship.                                                                                                                     season (87) and single-season assists (61).             A
                                                                                                IIHF Men’s World Championships. He also
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Johannson is ranked among the top 100 people of power and influence in                          the championship of the prestigious Spengler Cup      Ron and his wife, Maureen, have two daughters,          F
hockey by The Hockey News.                                                                                                                                                                                    __
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                          S C OT T                                                                                     JOHN

                            Gordon                  Assistant Coach                                                        Tortorella                     Assistant Coach

                           Scott Gordon, who will be entering his second season as                                       The all-time wins leader (251) by an American-born head
                           head coach of the National Hockey League’s New York                                           coach in the National Hockey League, John Tortorella led
                           Islanders in 2009-10, joins the staff of a U.S. Olympic Men’s                                 the New York Rangers to the playoffs after being named head
                           Ice Hockey Team for the first time.                                                           coach on Feb. 23, 2009.

                                                                                                                        Prior to working with the Rangers, Tortorella was the head
                          Gordon most recently served as an assistant coach for the U.S.
                                                                                                                        coach of the Tampa Bay Lightning for parts of seven seasons
                          Men’s National Team at the 2009 International Ice Hockey
                                                                                                                        (2001-04, 2005-08), leading the team to its first-ever Stanley
                      Federation Men’s World Championship and was also a member
                                                                                                                     Cup during the 2003-04 campaign. He is one of only five
                      of the 1992 U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Team that played at
                                                                                                                     American-born NHL coaches to have won the Stanley Cup and
the Olympic Winter Games in Albertville, France.
                                                                                             was named the recipient of the Jack Adams Award, presented to the league’s top coach,
In 2007-08, Gordon led the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League to a league-      following the Lightning’s championship season. During the 2003-04 season, the team
best 55-18-3 mark and earned the Louis A.R. Pieri Memorial Award as AHL Coach of the         set franchise records with 46 wins and 106 points, while winning its first-ever Eastern
Year.                                                                                        Conference title and second consecutive Southeast Division crown.

                                                                                             Tortorella joined the Lightning as an associate coach for the 2000-01 season before being
After spending two full seasons (2000-02) as an assistant coach at Providence, Gordon        elevated to head coach in January 2001.
was promoted to head coach in his third season for the final nine games of the 2002-03
regular season and playoffs. He then spent the next five seasons as the head coach of        As part of USA Hockey, Tortorella served as an assistant coach for the U.S. Men’s National
Providence, leading the team to a record of 221-141-20-27 (W-L-T-OT/SOL).                    Team at the 2008 International Ice Hockey Federation Men’s World Championship in
                                                                                             Halifax and Quebec City, Canada, and the 2005 IIHF Men’s World Championship in
Gordon began his coaching career with the International Hockey League's Atlanta              Vienna and Innsbruck, Austria.
Knights from 1994-96, and then spent two seasons (1996-98) with the IHL's Quebec
                                                                                             He will serve as an assistant coach for the 2010 U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Team,
Rafales. When Gordon was named head coach of the Knights on Jan. 5, 1996, he became
                                                                                             his first stint on an Olympic coaching staff.
the youngest head coach in the league's 53-year history at 32 years of age.
                                                                                             A Boston native, Tortorella began his playing career at Salem State College before
Gordon’s next move came in 1998-99, when he was named the head coach of the                  transferring to the University of Maine. He spent three seasons with the Black Bears and
Roanoke Express of the East Coast Hockey League. He led the club to consecutive first-       was twice named an ECAC all-star.
place finishes in the Northeast Division while compiling an 82-42-16 regular-season
record. The 1999-2000 Express set franchise records for wins (44), points (94) and fewest    After playing in Sweden, Tortorella skated in the Atlantic Coast Hockey League with
goals against (181).                                                                         Virginia, Hampton Roads and Erie. He spent two seasons as the general manager and
                                                                                             head coach of the Virginia Lancers (ACHL) from 1986-88, where he garnered coach of
A native of Easton, Mass., Gordon was a goaltender for Boston College from 1982-86,          the year honors during both campaigns and led his 1986-87 team to the league
posting a career mark of 64-35-3. He backstopped the Eagles to an NCAA Frozen Four           championship.
appearance in 1985 and was named a Hockey East First-Team All-Star in 1986. He helped        In 1988-89, Tortorella was hired as an assistant coach with the New Haven Nighthawks
Boston College finish in first place in the ECAC East Region in 1983-84 before leading it    of the American Hockey League. He became an assistant coach with the Buffalo Sabres
to first-place finishes in Hockey East in 1984-85 and 1985-86.                               the following year and remained with the Sabres organization through the 1996-97             T
                                                                                             season. The Sabres named him head coach of their AHL affiliate, the Rochester                E
Gordon began his professional playing career in 1986-87 when he signed with the Quebec       Americans, prior to the 1995-96 campaign. His Rochester team won the Calder Cup in           A
Nordiques. He made his NHL debut in 1989-90 with Quebec and played a total of 23             1996 and followed that up with the best record in the AHL’s North Division during the        M
career NHL games, all with the Nordiques. He also holds the distinction of being the first   1996-97 regular season.
ECHL graduate to play in the NHL.                                                                                                                                                         S
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Gordon and his wife, Jennifer, have two sons, Erik and Ryan.                                 he spent two seasons before joining the New York Rangers for 1999-2000. He served as         A
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BRAD                                                         MIKE                                                          DEREK

   Aldrich              Video Coordinator                       Aldrich               Equipment Manager                       Settlemyre                          Equipment
                                                                                                                                                                  Manager

                  Brad Aldrich, who will enter his                             Mike Aldrich, who is joining a                                 Derek Settlemyre, a member of
                  second year as video coach with                              U.S. National Team staff for the                               the National Hockey League’s
                  the National Hockey League’s                                 fourth time, will enter his 14th                               Philadelphia Flyers organization
                  Chicago Blackhawks in 2009-10,                               season as equipment manager for                                since 1996, has been named to his
                  joins the staff of a U.S. Olympic                            the National Hockey League’s                                   first U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice
                  Men’s Ice Hockey Team for the                                San Jose Sharks in 2009-10.                                    Hockey Team staff.
                  first time.                                                  Aldrich served as equipment
                                                                             manager for the U.S. Men’s National                               Settlemyre spent the 2008-09
Prior to joining the Blackhawks, Aldrich spent the           Team at the 2003 and 2005 International Ice Hockey            season as the head equipment manager for the Flyers,
previous two seasons as the coordinator of hockey            Federation Men’s World Championships.                         and worked with their American Hockey League
operations/video coordinator at the University of                                                                          affiliate, the Philadelphia Phantoms, since the team’s
Notre Dame.                                                  He also served as the equipment manager for Team              inception in 1996.
                                                             USA at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.
In addition, Aldrich has held various positions in                                                                         Prior to joining the Phantoms, Settlemyre worked as
coaching and administration with the San Jose                With the Sharks, Aldrich oversees the entire operation        an assistant equipment manager with the Florida
Sharks and the Michigan Tech ice hockey team.                of the equipment staff, as well as handling player            Panthers and the Flyers.
                                                             requests regarding equipment, skate sharpening
Aldrich graduated cum laude from Northern                    needs, purchasing orders, inventory control and               Settlemyre has two daughters, Peyton and Bryce.
Michigan University in 2005 with a degree in social          distribution for all equipment throughout the season.
studies and a minor in physical education, coaching
emphasis.                                                    Prior to joining the Sharks, Aldrich was the equipment
                                                             manager for the team’s International Hockey League
                                                             affiliate, the Kansas City Blades for three seasons
                                                             (1993-95). Before Kansas City, Aldrich worked at
                                                             Michigan Tech University as the school’s equipment
                                                             manager and athletic purchasing agent from 1989-93.

                                                             Aldrich and his wife, Susie, have two grown sons,
                                                             Brad and Jason.




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S TA N                                                          R AY                                                            DR. MICHAEL

   Wong                  Athletic Trainer                          Tufts                  Athletic Trainer                         Stuart                Team Physician


                   Stan Wong, who joins the staff                                   Ray Tufts, who will enter his                                  Dr. Michael Stuart, professor of
                   of a U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice                                      14th season as head athletic                                   Orthopedic Surgery at the Mayo
                   Hockey Team for the second time,                                 trainer with the National Hockey                               Clinic in Rochester, Minn., has
                   brings a wealth of experience to                                 League’s San Jose Sharks in 2009-                              been named to the team staff of
                   USA Hockey. He previously                                        10, joins the U.S. Olympic Men’s                               his second U.S. Olympic Men’s
                   served as the athletic trainer for                               Ice Hockey Team staff for the first                            Ice Hockey Team after previously
                   both the Washington Capitals                                     time.                                                          serving on the U.S. staff at the
                 (1986-99) and the Florida Panthers                                                                                              1994 Olympic Winter Games.
(1999-2002) of the National Hockey League, and in               With the Sharks, Tufts provides players with both
1991 and 1999, Wong earned the honor of being                   long-term medical care for serious injuries needing             Stuart, the chief medical officer for USA Hockey,
named athletic trainer for the NHL All-Star Game.               rehabilitation, as well as maintains the Sharks’ day-           served as the team physician for the 2000 U.S. Men’s
                                                                to-day medical needs. Additionally, he serves as the            National Team, as well as the 2001 and 2002 U.S.
In addition to a Stanley Cup Final appearance with              liaison between the hockey department and the                   Men’s National Under-18 Teams, and the 2003 and
Washington during the 1997-98 season, Wong also                 organization’s medical team.                                    2004 U.S. National Junior Teams.
served as an athletic trainer at Super Bowl XV for the
Philadelphia Eagles and for the United States Football          Tufts headed the training staff for the NHL Western             After receiving his medical training at Rush
League’s Boston Breakers (1983-85).                             Conference All-Star and the Heroes of Hockey teams              University in Chicago, Stuart went through his
                                                                during the 1997 NHL All-Star Weekend in San Jose.               residency at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine
With USA Hockey, Wong served as an athletic trainer                                                                             at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., before taking
for the U.S. Men’s National Team at the 2009                    Prior to joining the Sharks, Tufts was an athletic              a fellowship in sports medicine at the University of
International Ice Hockey Federation Men’s World                 trainer for 10 years with the San Francisco 49ers.              Western Ontario in London, Ont.
Championship, as well as the U.S. National Junior               During his tenure, he was a part of three Super Bowl
Team for seven consecutive years (2003-09). He also             Championships (1988, 1989, 1994).                               Stuart specializes in arthroscopy and knee ligament
worked with the Team USA at the 2007 Deutschland                                                                                reconstruction and holds certifications from the
Cup in Hannover, Germany, and the 2006 Olympic                  Tufts graduated from Cal State Sacramento in 1987               American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, Arthroscopy
Winter Games in Torino, Italy.                                  with a degree in physical education with an athletic            Association of North America and the American
                                                                training emphasis.                                              Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine.
Wong resides in Boca Raton, Fla.
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BRUCE                                                             D AV E                                                          GERRY

   Lifrieri               Massage Therapist                          Fischer                Communications                           Helper                 Communications


                   Bruce Lifrieri, who will be                                      Dave Fischer, who is in his fifth                                  Gerry Helper, who joins the
                   entering his 17th full season as a                               year as director of communications                                 staff of a U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice
                   massage         therapist/assistant                              for USA Hockey, will be serving                                    Hockey Team for the first time, is
                   trainer with the National Hockey                                 on the staff of a U.S. Olympic                                     the senior vice president of
                   League’s New York Rangers in                                     Men’s Ice Hockey Team for the                                      communications               and
                   2009-10, has been named to his                                   second time. He is responsible on                                  development for the National
                   second U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice                                    a day-to-day basis of overseeing                                   Hockey League’s Nashville
                 Hockey Team after previously                                    USA Hockey’s overall communica-                                    Predators. A member of the
serving on the U.S. staff at the 2006 Olympic Winter                             tions effort, including publications,            Predators’ staff since October 1997, Helper oversees
Games.                                                            and media and public relations.                                 the club’s media and public relations efforts,
                                                                                                                                  publications, Web site, amateur hockey efforts and
                                                                  In his role at USA Hockey, Fischer has held the lead
Lifrieri also served as a massage therapist for the U.S.                                                                          community relations initiatives. He serves as
                                                                  communications role for multiple U.S. squads,
Men’s National Team at the 2004 International Ice                                                                                 president of the Nashville Predators Foundation,
                                                                  including the 2006 U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey
Hockey Federation Men’s World Championship in                                                                                     which has awarded $2 million in grants to local
                                                                  Team.
Prague and Ostrava, Czech Republic.                                                                                               charitable organizations. He also serves on the NHL’s
                                                                  He led USA Hockey’s efforts in establishing and                 Communications Advisory Board and was the
Lifrieri began working for the Rangers in 1986 before             executing Hockey Weekend Across America and also                organizations point person with the NHL for the 2003
being elevated to his current full-time position in               guides activities – including the selection process and         NHL Entry Draft in Nashville.
1993. He also worked the 1994 NHL All-Star Game at                induction event – associated with the U.S. Hockey
Madison Square Garden.                                            Hall of Fame.                                                   Prior to joining the Thrashers, Helper was the vice
                                                                                                                                  president of communications for the Tampa Bay
A native of New York, N.Y., Lifrieri attended                     Fischer spent 17 years at Michigan Tech University              Lightning from 1991-97, assisting in the development
Westchester Community College, Pace University and                (1987-2004), where he served as assistant athletic              of Tampa Bay’s successful 1999 NHL All-Star
the Dr. Victor Scherer Academy of Physiotherapy.                  director for communications and marketing. During               Weekend bid. He also spent time as the NHL’s
                                                                  his tenure, more than 40 MTU athletic publications              director of information (1987-89) and director of public
                                                                  earned citations of excellence from the College Sports          relations (1989-91) after beginning his career with the
                                                                  Information Directors Association of America and                Buffalo Sabres from 1979-86.
                                                                  revenue from advertising and sponsorship more than
                                                                  quadrupled.                                                     Helper and his wife, Kim, have two daughters, Renee
                                                                                                                                  and Abigail.
                                                                  While at Michigan Tech, Fischer simultaneously spent
                                                                  five years (1989-94) as the information director for the
                                                                  Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

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                         RON                                                                                             D AV E

                            DeGregorio                         President                                                    Ogrean                      Executive Director




A lifetime and career spent dedicated to advancing the sport of hockey in                   Dave Ogrean, one of the most respected leaders          president and CEO of the Colorado Springs Sports
America culminated on June 14, 2003, with Ron DeGregorio’s election as                      in amateur sports, returned to USA Hockey as            Corporation where he led the development and
just the fourth president in the history of USA Hockey.                                     executive director on Aug. 1, 2005. He previously       creation of the Colorado Springs Sports Hall of
                                                                                            held the position from 1993-99 and began his            Fame and the Rocky Mountain State Games.
                                                                                            career in the sports industry with the organization
DeGregorio has been involved in the sport for more than 40 years as a player,                                                                       From 1999-2000, Ogrean worked for the United
                                                                                            (then the Amateur Hockey Association of the
coach, administrator and team owner. His first appointment with USA                                                                                 States Olympic Committee as deputy executive
                                                                                            United States) as its director of public relations in
Hockey came in 1973 when he was named registrar for the New England                                                                                 director of marketing. While there, he led the
                                                                                            1978.
District. DeGregorio was first elected to the USA Hockey Board of Directors                                                                         USOC team that, together with the Salt Lake
in 1975 and was the organization’s first vice president of youth hockey. In                 Under his leadership since returning to the             organizing committee, generated almost $200
                                                                                            organization, USA Hockey created a new                  million.
the 1980s, he served as treasurer of USA Hockey. In 1995, he was elected as
                                                                                            department for membership development; began
a vice president and the international council chairperson, positions he held               an annual nationwide celebration called Hockey          Previously, Ogrean served the USOC from 1990-
until being named president.                                                                Weekend Across America; hired the first-ever            93 as director of broadcasting. He was responsible
                                                                                            Chief Development Officer for the USA Hockey            for creating the initial broadcast division and
He has represented the United States at countless events during his tenure                  Foundation; executed a successful bid for the           generated over $12 million in revenue as well as
with USA Hockey. He served as team leader of Team East at the 1979 United                   United States to host three World Championships;        unprecedented exposure for the national
                                                                                            and led efforts that resulted in USA Hockey             governing bodies of Olympic sports.
States Olympic Festival, from which the 1980 “Miracle On Ice” U.S. Olympic
Ice Hockey Team was chosen and also for the 1994 U.S. Olympic Ice Hockey                    gaining responsibility for the selection process        From 1980-88, Ogrean worked at ESPN in
Team. DeGregorio has represented the United States at the 1998, 2002 and                    and induction event associated with the U.S.            corporate communications and programming.
                                                                                            Hockey Hall of Fame.
2006 Olympic Winter Games and at numerous International Ice Hockey                                                                                  Following a successful eight years at ESPN,
Federation Men’s, Women’s and Junior World Championships.                                   Among his many accomplishments during his               Ogrean joined the College Football Association as
                                                                                            first term as executive director, Ogrean oversaw        assistant executive director for television. During
Honored with the National Hockey League’s Lester Patrick Award in 2002                      a significant increase in membership and revenue,       his two-year tenure, he worked with CBS Sports
for outstanding service to ice hockey in the United States, DeGregorio is                   and the construction of the current national            on remote production, with CBS and ESPN on
                                                                                            headquarters; helped create the USA Hockey              game scheduling and selection and helped launch
president of the PenFacs Group, an investment and insurance firm
                                                                                            InLine program and the National Team                    the syndicated series, “This Week in College
specializing in the design, administration and funding of executive benefit                 Development Program; was a driving force in
plans.                                                                                                                                              Football.”
                                                                                            establishing the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award,
                                                                                            presented annually to the top player in women’s         Ogrean received his Bachelor of Arts degree in        L
He resides in Salem, N.H., with his wife, Susan and has four grown children,                college ice hockey; and developed the concept of        English from the University of Connecticut (1974)
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                                                                                            build a new, independent, non-profit organization       the nominating committee for the U.S. Olympic         H
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                              Rossi                 Vice President,
                                                    International Council Chairman
                                                                                                                               Bush, Jr.                  Chairman of the Board




Outside of a highly successful business career, Tony Rossi has generously donated                One of the most recognized and respected leaders in hockey, Walter L. Bush, Jr., is
significant time, resources and expertise to USA Hockey for more than 30 years at the            the chairman of the board for USA Hockey, a position he has held since June 2003.
grassroots and executive leadership levels.
                                                                                                 Bush, who served as a member of the organization’s Board of Directors from 1959-2003,
After beginning his volunteer career with the National Governing Body in the mid-1970s,          became president of USA Hockey in June 1986, following Wm. Thayer Tutt and Tom
Rossi was elected to the USA Hockey Board of Directors in 1983 and served as a director          Lockhart. He served in the capacity for 17 years before taking his current position as
from the Central District until 1988. In 1989, he was elected to the USA Hockey Executive        chairman of the board. In recognition of his 45th year of service to USA Hockey, the
Committee, serving as secretary from 1989-95. In 1995, Rossi transitioned to the role of         organization dedicated its national headquarters as The Walter L. Bush, Jr. Center in
USA Hockey treasurer, a position he held until June 2003.                                        June 1999.

In his role as both secretary and treasurer, Rossi helped guide the formation and growth         Bush retired as a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation Council in May
of The USA Hockey Foundation, a charitable and educational non-profit corporation that           2008 after a 23-year stint, the last 14 years as a vice president of the organization. He
provides long-range financial support for USA Hockey and promotes the growth of hockey           served on numerous committees within the IIHF, including as chairman of the IIHF
in the United States.                                                                            Women’s Ice Hockey Committee, the IIHF InLine Hockey Committee and the IIHF Hall
                                                                                                 of Fame Selection Committee.
In June of 2003, Rossi was elected to his current post as USA Hockey vice president and
international council chair. In his role, Rossi works closely with the organization’s National   Bush is a member of the Board of Directors of the USOC and is secretary of the U.S.
and Olympic Team programs, as well as the International Ice Hockey Federation during             Olympic Foundation. During the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Bush received the Olympic
a host of global competitions held throughout the year. He was elected to the IIHF               Order from the International Olympic Committee, the highest honor in the Olympic
Council in May of 2008.                                                                          movement.

Rossi also serves as president for RMK Management Corporation and Moran & Company.               Bush was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. He received the NHL’s Lester
                                                                                                 Patrick Award in 1973 in recognition of his outstanding service to ice hockey in the
He resides in Chicago with his wife, Marie, and has four children, Elena, Deanna, Michael,       United States. He was enshrined in the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 1980, and
and Tony, Jr.                                                                                    in 1989, was elected to the Minnesota Sports Hall of Fame. He currently serves as a
                                                                                                 governor and vice-chairman for the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.
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Where: XX Olympic Winter Games – Torino, Italy
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When: February 15-26, 2006




PLAYER                  GP            G        A        PTS        +/-         PIM          SCORING LEADERS
Craig Conroy             6            1        4         5         0            2           PLAYER                      TEAM          GP       G       A   PTS        +/-
Scott Gomez              6            1        4         5         -3           10          Teemu Selanne               FIN           8        6       5    11            7
Brian Gionta             6            4        0         4         -1           2           Saku Koivu                  FIN           8        3       8    11            5

Brian Rolston            6            3        1         4         -1           4           Daniel Alfredsson           SWE           8        5       5    10            2
                                                                                            Marian Hossa                SVK           6        5       5    10            9
Erik Cole                6            1        2         3         0            0
                                                                                            Ville Peltonen              FIN           8        4       5       9          4
Mathieu Schneider        6            1        2         3         0            16
Chris Drury              6            0        3         3         2            2
                                                                                            GOALTENDING LEADERS (AT LEAST THREE GAMES PLAYED)
Doug Weight              6            0        3         3         0            4
                                                                                            NAME                 TEAM    GP     MIN        W       L   T   GA      GAA        SV    SV%
Mike Modano              6            2        0         2         -1           6
                                                                                            Antero Niittymaki    FIN      6     359        5       1   0   8       1.34       156   .951
Mike Knuble              6            1        1         2         1            4           Evgeni Nabokov       RUS      7     359        5       2   0   8       1.34       126   .940
John-Michael Liles       6            0        2         2         -3           2           David Aebischer      SUI      4     200        1       1   2   7       2.10       110   .940
Brian Rafalski           5            0        2         2         -3           0           Martin Brodeur       CAN      4     238        2       2   0   8       2.01       96    .923
Bill Guerin              6            1        0         1         0            0           Peter Budaj          SVK      3     179        2       1   0   6       2.01       73    .924
Jordon Leopold           6            1        0         1         1            4
Chris Chelios            6            0        1         1         -1           2
Bret Hedican             6            0        1         1         1            6
Jason Blake              6            0        0         0         2            2
Derian Hatcher           6            0        0         0         -1           12
Mark Parrish             6            0        0         0         -2           4
Keith Tkachuk            6            0        0         0         -5           8
TEAM USA TOTALS          6            16       26       42         -14          90


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Rick DiPietro            4      237        1        3   0     9        2.28     75   .893                                                                                                  S
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Where: Torino, Italy
When: February 15-26, 2006




PRELIMINARY ROUND
Group A
TEAM                      GP      W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
Finland                    5      5     0    0    19     2    10
Switzerland                5      2     1    2    10    12     6
Canada                     5      3     2    0    15     9     6
Czech Republic             5      2     3    0    14    12     4
Germany                    5      0     3    2     7    16     2
Italy                      5      0     3    2     9    23     2

Group B
TEAM                      GP      W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
Slovakia                   5      5     0    0    18     8    10
Russia                     5      4     1    0    23    11     8
Sweden                     5      3     2    0    15    12     6
United States              5      1     3    1    13    13     3
Kazakhstan                 5      1     4    0     9    16     2
Latvia                     5      0     4    1    11    29     1

QUARTERFINALS
Sweden 6, Switzerland 2
Finland 4, USA 3
Russia 2, Canada 0                                                       FINAL STANDINGS                  USA RESULTS
Czech Republic 3, Slovakia 1                                             1.  Sweden                       USA 3, Latvia 3
                                                                         2.  Finland                      USA 4, Kazakhstan 1
SEMIFINALS                                                               3.  Czech Republic               Slovakia 2, USA 1
                                                                         4.  Russia                       Sweden 2, USA 1
Sweden 7, Czech Republic 3
                                                                         5.  Slovakia                     Russia 5, USA 4
Finland 4, Russia 0
                                                                         6.  Switzerland                  Finland 4, USA 3
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        Olympic Winter Games
Where: Salt Lake City, Utah
When: February 8-24, 2002




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                     QUARTERFINALS                            FINAL STANDINGS
Group A                                                               Russia 1, Czech Republic 0               1.  Canada
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         Belarus 4, Sweden 3                      2.  USA
Germany                3       3     0    0    10     3    6          United States 5, Germany 0               3.  Russia
Latvia                 3       1     1    1    11    12    3          Canada 2, Finland 1                      4.  Belarus
Austria                3       1     2    0     7     9    2                                                   5.  Czech Republic
Slovakia               3       0     2    1     8    12    1          SEMIFINALS                                   Finland
                                                                      Canada 7, Belarus 1                          Sweden
Group B                                                               United States 3, Russia 2                8.  Germany
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS                                                  9.  Ukraine
Belarus                3       2     1    0     5     3    4          BRONZE-MEDAL GAME                        10. Latvia
Ukraine                3       2     1    0     9     5    4          Russia 7, Belarus 2                      11. Switzerland
Switzerland            3       1     1    1     7     9    3                                                   12. Austria
France                 3       0     2    1     6    10    1          GOLD-MEDAL GAME                          13. France
                                                                      Canada 5, United States 2                    Slovakia
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND
Group C                                                                                                        U.S. RESULTS
TEAM             GP            W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS                                                  USA 6, Finland 0
Sweden            3            3     0    0    14     4    6                                                   USA 2, Russia 2
Czech Republic    3            1     1    1    12     7    3                                                   USA 8, Belarus 1
Canada            3            1     1    1     8    10    3                                                   USA 5, Germany 0
Germany           3            0     3    0     5    18    0                                                   USA 3, Russia 2
                                                                                                               Canada 5, USA 2
Group D
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
United States          3       2     0    1    16     3    5
Finland                3       2     1    0    11     8    4
Russia                 3       1     1    1     9     9    3
Belarus                3       0     3    0     6    22    0


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           Olympic Winter Games
Where: Nagano, Japan
When: February 7-22, 1998




PRELIMARY ROUND                                                       QUARTERFINALS                               FINAL STANDINGS
Group A                                                               Russia 4, Belarus 1                         1.  Czech Republic
TEAM                   GP      W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         Czech Republic 4, USA 1                     2.  Russia
Kazakstan               3      2     0    1    14    11    3          Finland 2, Sweden 1                         3.  Finland
Italy                   3      1     2    0    11    11    2          Canada 4, Kazakstan 1                       4.  Canada
Austria                 3      0     1    2     9    12    2                                                      5.  Belarus
Slovakia                3      1     1    1     9     9    1          SEMIFINALS                                      Kazakstan
                                                                      Czech Republic 2, Canada 1 (OT, shootout)       Sweden
Group B                                                               Russia 7, Finland 4                             USA
TEAM                   GP      W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS                                                     9.  Germany
Belarus                 3      2     0    1    14     4    5          BRONZE-MEDAL GAME                           10. Slovakia
Germany                 3      2     1    0     7     9    4          Finland 3, Canada 2                         11. France
France                  3      1     2    0     5     8    2                                                      12. Italy
Japan                   3      0     2    1     5    10    1          GOLD-MEDAL GAME                             13. Japan
                                                                      Czech Republic 1, Russia 0                  14. Austria
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND
Group C                                                                                                           U.S. RESULTS
TEAM             GP            W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS                                                     Sweden 4, USA 2
Russia            3            3     0    0    15     6    6                                                      USA 5, Belarus 2
Czech Republic    3            2     1    0    12     4    4                                                      Canada 4, USA 1
Finland           3            1     2    0    11     9    2                                                      Czech Republic 4, USA 1
Kazakstan         3            0     3    0     6    25    0

Group D
TEAM                   GP      W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
Canada                  3      3     0    0    12     3    6
Sweden                  3      2     1    0    11     7    4
United States           3      1     2    0     8    10    2
Belarus                 3      0     3    0     4    15    0


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           Olympic Winter Games
Where: Lillehammer, Norway
When: February 12-27, 1994




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                      QUARTERFINALS                            FINAL STANDINGS
Group A                                                                Canada 3, Czech Republic 2               1.  Sweden
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         Finland 6, USA 1                         2.  Canada
Finland                5        5     0    0    25     4    10         Sweden 3, Germany 0                      3.  Finland
Germany                5        3     2    0    11    14     6         Russia 3, Slovakia 2                     4.  Russia
Czech Republic         5        3     2    0    16    11     6                                                  5.  Czech Republic
Russia                 5        3     2    0    20    14     6         SEMIFINALS                               6.  Slovakia
Austria                5        1     4    0    13    28     2         Canada 5, Finland 3                      7.  Germany
Norway                 5        0     5    0     5    19     0         Sweden 4, Russia 3                       8.  United States
                                                                                                                9.  Italy
Group B                                                                BRONZE-MEDAL GAME                        10. France
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         Finland 4, Russia 0                      11. Norway
Slovakia               5        3     0    2    26    14    8                                                   12. Austria
Canada                 5        3     1    1    17    11    7          GOLD-MEDAL GAME
Sweden                 5        3     1    1    23    13    7          Sweden 3, Canada 2 (OT, shootout)        U.S. RESULTS
United States          5        1     1    3    21    17    5                                                   USA 4, France 4
Italy                  5        1     4    0    15    31    2                                                   USA 3, Slovakia 3
France                 5        0     4    1    11    27    1                                                   USA 3, Canada 3
                                                                                                                USA 7, Italy 1
                                                                                                                Finland 6, USA 1
                                                                                                                Czech Republic 5, USA 3
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             Olympic Winter Games
Where: Albertville, France
When: February 8-23, 1992




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                                            QUARTERFINALS                            FINAL STANDINGS
Group A                                                                                      Canada 4, Germany 3                      1.  Unified Team
TEAM                                      GP            W    L   T    GF    GA   PTS         Czechoslovakia 3, Sweden 1               2.  Canada
United States                              5            4    0   1    18     7    9          USA 4, France 1                          3.  Czechoslovakia
Sweden                                     5            3    0   2    22    11    8          Unified Team 6, Finland 1                4.  United States
Finland                                    5            3    0   1    22    11    7                                                   5.  Sweden
Germany                                    5            2    3   0    11    12    4          SEMIFINALS                               6.  Germany
Italy                                      5            1    4   0    18    24    2          Canada 4, Czechoslovakia 2               7.  Finland
Poland                                     5            0    5   0     4    30    0          Unified Team 5, USA 2                    8.  France
                                                                                                                                      9.  Norway
Group B                                                                                      BRONZE-MEDAL GAME                        10. Switzerland
TEAM                                      GP            W    L   T    GF    GA   PTS         Czechoslovakia 6, USA 1                  11. Poland
Canada                                     5            4    1   0    28     9    8                                                   12. Italy
Unified Team*                              5            4    1   0    32    10    8          GOLD-MEDAL GAME
Czechoslovakia                             5            4    1   0    25    15    8          Unified Team 3, Canada 1                 U.S. RESULTS
France                                     5            2    3   0    14    22    4                                                   USA 6, Italy 3
Switzerland                                5            1    4   0    13    25    2                                                   USA 2, Germany 0
Norway                                     5            0    5   0     7    38    0                                                   USA 4, Finland 1
                                                                                                                                      USA 3, Poland 0
*Soviet Union and Russia combined to form the Unified Team                                                                            USA 3, Sweden 3
                                                                                                                                      USA 4, France 1
                                                                                                                                      Unified Team 5, USA 2
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       Olympic Winter Games
Where: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
When: February 14-28, 1988




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                      FINAL STANDINGS                  U.S. RESULTS
Group A                                                                1.  Soviet Union                 USA 10, Austria 6
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         2.  Finland                      Czechoslovakia 7, USA 5
Finland                5        3     1    1    22     8    7          3.  Sweden                       Soviet Union 7, USA 5
Sweden                 5        2     0    3    23    10    7          4.  Canada                       USA 6, Norway 3
Canada                 5        3     1    1    17    12    7          5.  W. Germany                   W. Germany 4, USA 1
Switzerland            5        3     2    0    19    10    6          6.  Czechoslovakia               USA 8, Switzerland 4
Poland                 5        0     4    1     3    13    1          7.  United States
France                 5        1     4    0    10    41    0          8.  Switzerland
                                                                       9.  Austria
Group B                                                                10. Poland
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         11. France
Soviet Union           5        5     0    0    32    10    10         12. Norway
W. Germany             5        4     1    0    19    12     8
Czechoslovakia         5        3     2    0    23    14     6
United States          5        2     3    0    27    27     4
Austria                5        0     4    1    12    29     1
Norway                 5        0     4    1    11    32     1

FINAL ROUND
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
Soviet Union           5        4     1    0    25     7    8
Finland                5        3     1    1    18    10    7
Sweden                 5        2     1    2    15    16    6
Canada                 5        2     2    1    17    14    5
W. Germany             5        1     4    0     8    26    2
Czechoslovakia         5        1     4    0    12    22    2




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       Olympic Winter Games
Where: Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
When: February 7-19, 1984




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                     FINAL STANDINGS                  U.S. RESULTS
Group A                                                               1.  Soviet Union                 Canada 4, USA 2
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         2.  Czechoslovakia               Czechoslovakia 4, USA 1
Soviet Union           5       5     0    0    42     5    10         3.  Sweden                       USA 3, Norway 3
Sweden                 5       3     1    1    34    15     7         4.  Canada                       USA 7, Austria 3
W. Germany             5       3     1    1    27    17     7         5.  W. Germany                   USA 3, Finland 3
Poland                 5       1     4    0    16    37     2         6.  Finland                      USA 7, Poland 4
Italy                  5       1     4    0    15    31     2         7.  United States
Yugoslavia             5       1     4    0     8    37     2         8.  Poland
                                                                      9.  Austria
Group B                                                               10. Yugoslavia
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         11. Italy
Czechoslovakia         5       5     0    0    38     7    10         12. Norway
Canada                 5       4     1    0    24    10     8
Finland                5       2     2    1    27    19     5
United States          5       1     2    2    16    17     4
Austria                5       1     4    0    13    37     2
Norway                 5       0     4    1    15    43     1

FINAL ROUND
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
Soviet Union           3       3     0    0    16     1    6
Czechoslovakia         3       2     1    0     6     2    4
Sweden                 3       1     2    0     3    12    2
Canada                 3       0     3    0     0    10    0

CONSOLATION ROUND
TEAM              GP           W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
W. Germany         1           1     0    0     7     4    2
United States      1           1     0    0     7     4    2
Finland            1           0     1    0     4     7    0
Poland             1           0     1    0     4     7    0                                                                     H
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         Olympic Winter Games
Where: Lake Placid, New York
When: February 12-24, 1980




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                      FINAL STANDINGS                  U.S. RESULTS
Red Division                                                           1.  United States                USA 2, Sweden 2
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         2.  Soviet Union                 USA 7, Czechoslovakia 3
Soviet Union           5        5     0    0    51    11    10         3.  Sweden                       USA 5, Norway 1
Finland                5        3     2    0    26    18     6         4.  Finland                      USA 7, Romania 2
Canada                 5        3     2    0    28    12     6         5.  Czechoslovakia               USA 4, W. Germany 2
Poland                 5        2     3    0    15    23     4         6.  Canada                       USA 4, Soviet Union 3
Holland                5        1     3    1    16    43     3         7.  Poland                       USA 4, Finland 2
Japan                  5        0     4    1     7    36     1         8.  Holland
                                                                       9.  Romania
Blue Division                                                          10. W. Germany
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         11. Norway
Sweden                 5        4     0    1    26     7    9          12. Japan
United States          5        4     0    1    25    10    9
Czechoslovakia         5        3     2    0    34    16    6
Romania                5        1     3    1    13    29    3
W. Germany             5        1     4    0    21    30    2
Norway                 5        0     4    1     9    36    1

FINAL ROUND
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
United States          3        2     0    1    10     7    5
Soviet Union           3        2     1    0    16     8    4
Sweden                 3        0     1    2     7    14    2
Finland                3        0     2    1     7    11    1
Finland                5        3     1    1    22     8    7
Sweden                 5        2     0    3    23    10    7
Canada                 5        3     1    1    17    12    7
Switzerland            5        3     2    0    19    10    6
Poland                 5        0     4    1     3    13    1
France                 5        1     4    0    10    41    0
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        Olympic Winter Games
Where: Innsbruck, Austria
When: February 3-12, 1976




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                     FINAL STANDINGS                  U.S. RESULTS
Group A                                                               1.  Soviet Union                 Soviet Union 6, USA 2
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         2.  Czechoslovakia               Czechoslovakia 5, USA 0
Soviet Union           5       5     0    0    40    11    10         3.  W. Germany                   USA 5, Finland 4
Czechoslovakia         5       3     2    0    17    10     6         4.  Finland                      USA 7, Poland 2
W. Germany             5       2     3    0    21    24     4         5.  United States                W. Germany 4, USA 1
Finland                5       2     3    0    19    18     4         6.  Poland
United States          5       2     3    0    15    21     4         7.  Romania
Poland                 5       0     5    0     9    37     0         8.  Austria
                                                                      9.  Japan
Group B                                                               10. Yugoslavia
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         11. Switzerland
Romania                5       4     1    0    23    15    8          12. Bulgaria
Austria                5       3     2    0    18    14    6
Japan                  5       3     2    0    20    18    6
Yugoslavia             5       3     2    0    22    19    6
Switzerland            5       2     3    0    24    22    4
Bulgaria               5       0     5    0    19    38    0




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       Olympic Winter Games
Where: Sapporo, Japan
When: February 4-13, 1972




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                     FINAL STANDINGS                  U.S. RESULTS
Group A                                                               1.  Soviet Union                 Sweden 5, USA 1
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         2.  United States                USA 5, Czechoslovakia 1
Soviet Union           5       4     0    1    33    13    9          3.  Czechoslovakia               Soviet Union 7, USA 2
United States          5       3     2    0    18    15    6          4.  Sweden                       USA 4, Finland 1
Czechoslovakia         5       3     2    0    26    13    6          5.  Finland                      USA 6, Poland 1
Sweden                 5       2     2    1    17    13    5          6.  Poland
Finland                5       2     3    0    14    24    4          7.  W. Germany
Poland                 5       0     5    0     9    39    0          8.  Norway
                                                                      9.  Japan
Group B                                                               10. Switzerland
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         11. Yugoslavia
W. Germany             4       3     1    0    22    10    6
Norway                 4       3     1    0    16    14    6
Japan                  4       2     1    1    17    16    5
Switzerland            4       0     2    2     9    16    2
Yugoslavia             4       0     3    1     9    17    1




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     Olympic Winter Games
Where: Grenoble, France
When: February 6-15, 1968




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                     FINAL STANDINGS                  U.S. RESULTS
Group A                                                               1.  Soviet Union                 Czechoslovakia 5, USA 1
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         2.  Czechoslovakia               Sweden 4, USA 3
Soviet Union           7       6     1    0    48    10    12         3.  Canada                       Soviet Union 10, USA 2
Czechoslovakia         7       5     1    1    33    17    11         4.  Sweden                       Canada 3, USA 2
Canada                 7       5     2    0    28    15    10         5.  Finland                      USA 8, W. Germany 1
Sweden                 7       4     2    1    23    18     9         6.  United States                USA 6, E. Germany 4
Finland                7       3     3    1    17    23     7         7.  W. Germany                   USA 1, Finland 1
United States          7       2     4    1    23    28     5         8.  E. Germany
W. Germany             7       1     6    0    13    39     2         9.  Yugoslavia
E. Germany             7       0     7    0    13    48     0         10. Japan
                                                                      11. Norway
Group B                                                               12. Romania
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         13. Austria
Yugoslavia             5       5     0    0    33     9    10         14. France
Japan                  5       4     1    0    27    12     8
Norway                 5       3     2    0    15    15     6
Romania                5       2     3    0    22    23     4
Austria                5       1     4    0    12    27     2
France                 5       0     5    0     9    32     0




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        Olympic Winter Games
Where: Innsbruck, Austria
When: January 29 - February 9, 1964




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                     FINAL STANDINGS                  U.S. RESULTS
Group A                                                               1.  Soviet Union                 Soviet Union 5, USA 1
TEAM                  GP       W      L   T    GF    GA   PTS         2.  Sweden                       USA 8, W. Germany 1
Soviet Union           7       7      0   0    54    10    14         3.  Czechoslovakia               Sweden 7, USA 4
Sweden                 7       5      2   0    47    16    10         4.  Canada                       Canada 8, USA 6
Czechoslovakia         7       5      2   0    38    19    10         5.  United States                Czechoslovakia 7, USA 1
Canada                 7       5      2   0    32    17    10         6.  Finland                      Finland 3, USA 2
United States          7       2      5   0    29    33     4         7.  W. Germany                   USA 7, Switzerland 3
Finland                7       2      5   0    10    31     4         8.  Switzerland
W. Germany             7       2      5   0    13    49     4         9.  Poland
Switzerland            7       0      7   0     9    57     0         10. Norway
                                                                      11. Japan
Group B                                                               12. Romania
TEAM                  GP       W      L   T    GF    GA   PTS         13. Austria
Poland                 7       6      1   0    40    13    12         14. Yugoslavia
Norway                 7       5      2   0    40    19    10         15. Italy
Japan                  7       4      2   1    35    31     9         16. Hungary
Romania                7       3      3   1    31    28     7
Austria                7       3      3   1    24    28     7
Yugoslavia             7       3      3   1    29    37     7
Italy                  7       2      5   0    24    42     4
Hungary                7       0      7   0    14    39     0




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         Olympic Winter Games
Where: Squaw Valley, California
When: February 19-28, 1960




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                      FINAL STANDINGS                  U.S. RESULTS
Group A                                                                1.  United States                USA 7, Czechoslovakia 5
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         2.  Canada                       USA 12, Austria 1
Canada                 2        2     0    0    24     3    4          3.  Soviet Union                 USA 6, Sweden 3
Sweden                 2        1     1    0    21     5    2          4.  Czechoslovakia               USA 9, W. Germany 1
Japan                  2        0     2    0     1    38    0          5.  Sweden                       USA 2, Canada 1
                                                                       6.  W. Germany                   USA 3, Soviet Union 2
Group B                                                                7.  Finland                      USA 9, Czechoslovakia 4
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         8.  Japan
Soviet Union           2        2     0    0    16     4    4          9.  Austria
W. Germany             2        1     1    0     4     9    2
Finland                2        0     2    0     5    12    0

Group C
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
United States          2        2     0    0    19     6    4
Czechoslovakia         2        1     1    0    23     6    2
Austria                2        0     2    0     2    30    0

FINAL ROUND
TEAM                  GP        W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
United States          5        5     0    0    29    11    10
Canada                 5        4     1    0    31    12     8
Soviet Union           5        2     2    1    24    19     5
Czechoslovakia         5        2     3    0    21    23     4
Sweden                 5        1     3    1    19    19     3
W. Germany             5        0     5    0     5    45     0

CONSOLATION ROUND
TEAM              GP            W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS
Finland            4            3     0    1    50    11    7
Japan              4            2     1    1    32    22    5                                                                     H
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        Olympic Winter Games
Where: Cortina D’Ampezzo, Italy
When: January 26 - February 4, 1956




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                     FINAL STANDINGS                  U.S. RESULTS
Group A                                                               1.  Soviet Union                 Czechoslovakia 4, USA 3
TEAM                  GP      W       L   T    GF    GA   PTS         2.  United States                USA 4, Poland 0
Canada                 3      3       0   0    30     1    6          3.  Canada                       USA 7, W. Germany 2
W. Germany             3      1       1   1     9     6    3          4.  Sweden                       USA 4, Canada 1
Italy                  3      0       1   2     5     7    2          5.  Czechoslovakia               USA 6, Sweden 1
Austria                3      0       2   1     2    32    1          6.  W. Germany                   Soviet Union 4, USA 0
                                                                      7.  Italy                        USA 9, Czechoslovakia 4
Group B                                                               8.  Poland
TEAM                  GP      W       L   T    GF    GA   PTS         9.  Switzerland
Czechoslovakia         2      2       0   0    12     6    4          10. Austria
United States          2      1       1   0     7     4    2
Poland                 2      0       2   0     3    12    0

Group C
TEAM                  GP      W       L   T    GF    GA   PTS
Soviet Union           2      2       0   0    15     4    4
Sweden                 2      1       1   0     7    10    2
Switzerland            2      0       2   0     8    16    0

FINAL ROUND
TEAM                  GP      W       L   T    GF    GA   PTS
Soviet Union           5      5       0   0    25     5    10
United States          5      4       1   0    26    12     8
Canada                 5      3       2   0    23    11     6
Sweden                 5      1       3   1    10    17     3
Czechoslovakia         5      1       4   0    20    30     2
W. Germany             5      0       4   1     6    35     1

CONSOLATION ROUND
TEAM              GP          W       L   T    GF    GA   PTS
Italy              3          3       0   0    21     7    6                                                                     H
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      Olympic Winter Games                                               V
                                                                              Olympic Winter Games
Where: Oslo, Norway                                                      Where: St. Moritz, Switzerland
When: February 15-25, 1952                                               When: January 30 - February 8, 1948




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                        PRELIMINARY ROUND
TEAM                      GP      W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         TEAM                      GP     W     L   T   GF   GA    PTS
Canada                     8      7     0    1    71     1    15         Canada                     8     7     0   1   57    2     15
United States              8      6     1    1    43    21    13         Czechoslovakia             8     7     0   1   76   15     15
Sweden                     8      6     2    0    48    19    12         Switzerland                8     6     2   0   62   17     12
Czechoslovakia             8      6     2    0    47    18    12         United States              8     5     3   0   86   36     10
Switzerland                8      4     4    0    40    40     8         Sweden                     8     4     4   0   53   23      8
Poland                     8      2     5    1    21    56     5         Great Britain              8     3     5   0   36   43      6
Finland                    8      2     6    0    21    60     4         Poland                     8     2     6   0   25   74      4
W. Germany                 8      1     6    1    21    53     3         Austria                    8     1     7   0   31   64      2
Norway                     8      0     8    0    15    46     0         Italy                      8     0     8   0   23   125     0

FINAL STANDINGS                                                          FINAL STANDINGS
1.  Canada                                                               1.  Canada
2.  United States                                                        2.  Czechoslovakia
3.  Sweden                                                               3.  Switzerland
4.  Czechoslovakia                                                       4.  United States
5.  Switzerland                                                          5.  Sweden
6.  Poland                                                               6.  Great Britain
7.  Finland                                                              7.  Poland
8.  W. Germany                                                           8.  Austria
9.  Norway                                                               9.  Italy

U.S. RESULTS                                                             U.S. RESULTS
USA 3, Norway 2                                                          Switzerland 5, USA 4
USA 8, W. Germany 2                                                      USA 23, Poland 4
USA 8, Finland 2                                                         USA 31, Italy 1
USA 8, Switzerland 2                                                     USA 5, Sweden 2
Sweden 4, USA 2                                                          Canada 12, USA 3
USA 5, Poland 3                                                          USA 13, Austria 2
USA 6, Czechoslovakia 3                                                  USA 4, Great Britian 3
USA 3, Canada 3                                                          Czechoslovakia 4, USA 3                                         H
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      Olympic Winter Games
Where: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
When: February 6-16, 1936




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                     SEMIFINAL ROUND
Group A                                                               Group A
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         TEAM                 GP   W       L       T       GF       GA       PTS
Canada                 3       3     0    0    24     3    6          Great Britain         3   2       0       1        8        3        5
Austria                3       2     1    0    11     7    4          Canada                3   2       1       0       22        4        4
Poland                 3       1     2    0    11    12    2          Germany               3   1       1       1        5        8        3
Latvia                 3       0     0    3     3    27    0          Hungary               3   0       0       3        2       22        0

Group B                                                               Group B
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         TEAM                 GP   W       L       T       GF       GA       PTS
Germany                3       2     1    0     5     1    4          United States         3   3       0       0        5        1        6
United States          3       2     1    0     5     2    4          Czechoslovakia        3   2       1       0        6        4        4
Italy                  3       1     2    0     2     5    2          Sweden                3   1       2       0        3        6        2
Switzerland            3       1     2    0     1     5    2          Austria               3   0       3       0        1        4        0

Group C                                                               FINAL ROUND
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         TEAM                 GP   W       L       T       GF       GA       PTS
Czechoslovakia         3       3     0    0    10     0    6          Great Britain         3   2       0       1        7        1        5
Hungary                3       2     1    0    14     5    4          Canada                3   2       1       0        9        2        4
France                 3       1     2    0     4     7    2          United States         3   1       1       1        2        1        3
Belgium                3       0     3    0     4    20    6          Czechoslovakia        3   0       3       0        0       14        0

Group D                                                               FINAL STANDINGS                       U.S. RESULTS
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         1.  Great Britain                     USA 2, Czechoslovakia 0
Great Britain          2       2     0    0     4     0    4          2.  Canada                            USA 0, Great Britain 0 (OT)
Sweden                 2       1     1    0     2     1    2          3.  United States                     Canada 1, USA 0
Japan                  2       0     2    0     0     5    0          4.  Czechoslovakia                    USA 1, Austria 0
                                                                      5.  Germany                           USA 2, Czechoslovakia 0
                                                                          Sweden                            USA 1, Germany 0
                                                                      7.  Hungary                           USA 3, Switzerland 0
                                                                          Austria                           Italy 2, USA 0
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       Olympic Winter Games                                           II
                                                                           Olympic Winter Games
Where: Lake Placid, New York                                          Where: St. Moritz, Switzerland
When: February 4-13, 1932                                             When: February 11-19, 1928




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                     PRELIMINARY ROUND
TEAM                  GP       W     L    T    GF    GA   PTS         Group A
Canada                 6       5     0    1    32     4    11         TEAM                   GP        W   L       T       GF      GA          PTS
United States          6       4     1    1    27     5     9         Great Britain           3        2   1       0       10       6           4
                                                                      France                  3        2   1       0        6       5           4
Germany                6       2     4    0     7    26     4
                                                                      Belgium                 3        2   1       0        9      10           4
Poland                 6       0     6    0     3    34     0         Hungary                 3        0   3       0        2       6           0

FINAL STANDINGS                                                       Group B
1.  Canada                                                            TEAM                   GP        W   L       T       GF      GA          PTS
2.  United States                                                     Sweden                  2        1   0       1        5       2           3
3.  Germany                                                           Czechoslovakia          2        1   1       0        3       5           2
4.  Poland                                                            Poland                  2        0   0       1        4       5           1

                                                                      Group C
U.S. RESULTS
                                                                      TEAM                   GP        W   L       T       GF      GA          PTS
Canada 2, USA 1                                                       Switzerland             2        1   0       1        5       4           3
USA 4, Poland 1                                                       Austria                 2        0   0       2        4       4           2
USA 7, Germany 0                                                      Germany                 2        0   0       1        0       1           1
USA 5, Poland 0
USA 8, Germany 0                                                      FINAL ROUND
USA 2, Canada 2                                                       TEAM                   GP        W   L       T       GF      GA          PTS
                                                                      Canada                  3        3   0       0       38       0           6
                                                                      Sweden                  3        2   1       0        7      12           4
                                                                      Switzerland             3        1   2       0        4      17           2
                                                                      Great Britain           3        0   3       0        1      21           0

                                                                      FINAL STANDINGS                          U.S. RESULTS
                                                                      1.  Canada                               The U.S. did not send a team.
                                                                      2.  Sweden
                                                                      3.  Switzerland
                                                                      4.  Great Britain
                                                                      5.  France
                                                                          Czechoslovakia
                                                                                                                                                     H
                                                                          Austria                                                                     I
                                                                      8.  Belgium                                                                    S
                                                                                                                                                     T
                                                                          Poland
                                                                                                                                                     O
                                                                          Germany                                                                    R
                                                                      11. Hungary                                                                    Y
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     Olympic Winter Games                                                       1920
                                                                                           Olympic Summer Games
Where: Chamonix, France                                                         Where: Antwerp, Belgium
When: January 27 - February 3, 1924                                             When: April 20 - September 12, 1920




PRELIMINARY ROUND                                                               UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
Group A
TEAM                  GP      W       L       T       GF      GA    PTS         ELIMINATION ROUND
Canada                 3      3       0       0       85       0     6          Sweden 8, Belgium 0
Sweden                 3      2       1       0       18      25     4          USA 29, Switzerland 0
Czechoslovakia         3      1       2       0       14      41     2          Canada 15, Czechoslovakia 0
Switzerland            3      0       3       0        2      53     0          Sweden 4, France 0
                                                                                Canada 2, USA 0
Group B
TEAM                  GP      W       L       T       GF      GA    PTS
                                                                                FINAL ROUND
United States          3      3       0       0       52       0     6
                                                                                USA 7, Sweden 0
Great Britain          3      2       1       0       34      16     4
                                                                                USA 16, Czechoslovakia 0
France                 3      1       2       0        9      42     2
                                                                                Canada 12, Sweden 1
Belgium                3      0       3       0        8      35     0
                                                                                Sweden 4, Switzerland 0
                                                                                Czechoslovakia 1, Sweden 0
FINAL ROUND
                                                                                Russia 2, Slovakia 2
TEAM                  GP      W       L       T       GF      GA    PTS
Canada                 3      3       0       0       47       3     6
                                                                                FINAL STANDINGS
United States          3      2       1       0       32       6     4
                                                                                1.  Canada
Great Britain          3      1       2       0        6      33     2
                                                                                2.  United States
Sweden                 3      0       3       0        3      46     0
                                                                                3.  Czechoslovakia
                                                                                4.  Sweden
FINAL STANDINGS                           U.S. RESULTS
                                                                                5.  Switzerland
1.  Canada                                USA 19, Belgium 0
2.  United States                         USA 22, France 0
3.  Great Britain                         USA 11, Great Britain 0
4.  Sweden                                USA 20, Sweden 0
5.  Czechoslovakia                        Canada 6, USA 1
    France
7.  Switzerland
    Belgium
                                                                                                                          H
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MEN’S ICE HOCKEY TEAM

        All-Time Roster

        Name                   Olympic Year               No          Pos       Birthdate     Hometown                     Most Recent Club
        Clarence Abel          1924                                   D         5/28/00       Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.      St. Paul AC
        Kevin Ahearn           1972                        16         F         6/20/48       Milton, Mass.                Boston College
        Steve Alley            1976                        11         F         5/17/51       Anoka, Minn.                 Univ. of Wisconsin
        Tony Amonte            1998, 2002                  11         F         8/2/70        Hingham, Mass.               Chicago Blackhawks
        Osborne Anderson       1932                                   D         10/15/08      Swampscott, Mass.
        Wendell Anderson       1956                                             2/1/33        St. Paul, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Larry Bader            1972                        21         F                       Hopkins, Minn.               Univ. of Pennsylvania
        Bill Baker             1980                         6         D         11/29/56      Grand Rapids, Minn.          Univ. of Minnesota
        Francis F. Baker       1936                                                           Clinton, N.Y.                Hamilton College
        Robert Baker           1948                                             12/21/26      Thief River Falls, Minn.     T.R. Falls Thieves
        Tom Barrasso           2002                        30         G         3/31/65       Boston, Mass.                Carolina Hurricanes
        Mark Beaufait          1994                        20         F         5/13/70       Livonia, Mich.               Kansas City Blades
        Marc Behrend           1984                        29         G         1/11/61       Madison, Wis.                Univ. of Wisconsin
        John P. Bent           1932                                             8/5/08        New York, N.Y.               Yale Univ.
        Bryan Berard           1998                        6           D        3/5/77        Woonsocket, R.I.             New York Islanders
        Ruben Bjorkman         1948, 1952                                       6/30/27       Roseau, Minn.                Univ. of Minnesota
        Scott Bjugstad         1984                        17         F         6/2/61        New Brighton, Minn.          Univ. of Minnesota
        Jason Blake            2006                        55         F         9/2/73        Moorhead, Minn.              New York Islanders
        John Blue              1988                        29         G         2/19/66       El Toro, Calif.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Robert Boeser          1948                                             6/30/27       Minneapolis, Minn.           St. John's Univ.
        Dan Bolduc             1976                        21         F         4/6/53        Waterville, Maine            Harvard Univ.
        R.F. Bonney            1920                                   G         4/30/1899     Phoenix, N.Y.                St. Paul AC
        Allen Bourbeau         1988                        20         F         5/17/65       Falmouth, Mass.              Harvard Univ.
        Henry Boucha           1972                        10         F         6/1/51        Warroad, Minn.               Winnipeg Jr. Jets
        Bob Brooke             1984                        13         F         12/18/60      Acton, Mass.                 Yale Univ.
        David Brooks           1964                                             12/27/39      St. Paul, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Herb Brooks            1964, 1968                                       8/5/37        St. Paul, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Neal Broten            1980                        9           F        11/29/59      Roseau, Minn.                Univ. of Minnesota
        Charles Brown          1972                        5                    10/26/47      Minneapolis, Minn.           Bemidji State Univ.
        Greg Brown             1988, 1992                 3, 2         D        3/7/68        Southboro, Mass.             Boston College
        F.W. Burtnett          1956                                             8/26/30       Cambridge, Mass.             Boston College
        Jim Campbell           1994                        25          F        4/3/73        Westboro, Mass.              Hull Olympiques
        Eugene Campbell        1956                                             8/17/32       Minneapolis, Minn.           Univ. of Minnesota      H
        Keith Carney           1998                        24          D        2/3/70        Providence, R.I.             Chicago Blackhawks       I
                                                                                                                                                   S
        Leonard Ceglarski      1952                                             6/27/26       E. Walpole, Mass.            Boston College          T
        John P. Chase          1932                                             6/12/06       Boston, Mass.                Harvard Univ.           O
        Chris Chelios          1984, 1998, 2002, 2006   21, 7, 24      D        1/25/62       Chicago, Ill.                Detroit Red Wings       R
                                                                                                                                                   Y
        Keith Christensen      1972                                                           International Falls, Minn.   Univ. of Minn.-Duluth   __

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        All-Time Roster

        Name                    Olympic Year               No        Pos       Birthdate     Hometown                     Most Recent Club
        Dave Christian          1980                       23         F        5/13/59       Warroad, Minn.               Univ. of North Dakota
        Gordon Christian        1956                                           11/27/27      Warroad, Minn.               Univ. of North Dakota
        Bill Christian          1960, 1964                 6         F         1/29/38       Warroad, Minn.               Warroad Lakers
        Roger Christian         1960, 1964                 10        F         12/1/35       Warroad, Minn.               Warroad Lakers
        Steve Christoff         1980                       11        F         1/23/58       Richfield, Minn.             Univ. of Minnesota
        Peter Ciavaglia         1994                       12        F         7/15/69       Snyder, N.Y.                 Rochester Americans
        Bob Cleary              1960                        5        F         4/21/36       Cambridge, Mass.             Harvard Univ.
        Bill Cleary             1956, 1960                 16        F         8/19/34       Cambridge, Mass.             Harvard Univ.
        Erik Cole               2006                       26        F         11/6/78       Oswego, N.Y.                 Carolina Hurricanes
        Blaine Comstock         1976                        1        G         11/3/49       Roseau, Minn.                Warroad Lakers
        Anthony Conroy          1920                                 F         10/19/1895    St. Paul, Minn.              St. Paul AC
        Craig Conroy            2006                       22        F         9/4/71        Potsdam, N.Y.                Los Angeles Kings
        John F. Cookman         1932                                           9/2/09        New York, N.Y.               Yale Univ.
        Paul Coppo              1964                                 F         11/2/38       Hancock, Mich.               Michigan Tech Univ.
        Jim Craig               1980                       30        G         5/31/57       N. Easton, Mass.             Boston Univ.
        Ted Crowley             1994                       33        D         5/3/70        Concord, Mass.               St. John's Maple Leafs
        Bruce Cunliffe          1948                                           8/19/25       Kenne, N.H.                  Dartmouth College
        John Cunniff            1968                                  F        7/9/44        Boston, Mass.                Boston College
        Mike Curran             1972                                           4/14/44       International Falls, Minn.   Univ. of North Dakota
        Joe Czarnotta           1952                                                         Wakefield, Mass.             Boston Univ.
        Jack Dale               1968                                 F         12/19/45      St. Paul, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Adam Deadmarsh          1998, 2002                18, 28     F         5/10/75       Trail, B.C.                  Colorado Avalanche
        Dick Desmond            1952                                 G         3/2/27        Medford, Mass.               Dartmouth College
        Dan Dilworth            1964                                 F         2/23/42       International Falls, Minn.   Waterloo Blackhawks
        Rick DiPietro           2006                       29        G         9/19/81       Winthrop, Mass.              New York Islanders
        Bob Dobek               1976                       17        F         10/4/52       Taylor, Mich.                Bowling Green
        Clark Donatelli         1988, 1992                17, 44     F         11/22/67      Providence, R.I.             San Diego
        Ted Donato              1992                        6        F         4/28/69       Dedham, Mass.                Harvard Univ.
        Dick Dougherty          1956                                           8/5/32        International Falls, Minn.   Univ. of Minnesota
        Chris Drury             2002, 2006                 18         F        8/20/76       Trumbull, Conn.              Buffalo Sabres
        Herbert J. Drury        1920, 1924                            D        3/2/1895      Midland, Ont.                Pittsburgh AA
        Ted Drury               1992, 1994                 18         F        9/13/71       Trumbull, Conn.              Harvard Univ.
        Mike Dunham             1992, 1994, 2002          35, 1       G        6/1/72        Johnson City, N.Y.           Nashville Predators      H
        David Emma              1992                       10         F        1/14/69       Cranston, R.I.               Boston College            I
                                                                                                                                                   S
        Mike Eruzione           1980                       21         F        10/25/54      Winthrop, Mass.              Boston Univ.             T
        Robert Esche            2006                       42         G        1/22/78       Utica, N.Y.                  Philadelphia Flyers      O
        Douglas N. Everett      1932                                  D        4/3/05        Boston, Mass.                Dartmouth College        R
                                                                                                                                                   Y
        Craig Falkman           1968                                  D        8/1/43        St. Paul, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota       __

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        All-Time Roster

        Name                     Olympic Year               No        Pos       Birthdate     Hometown                   Most Recent Club
        Franklin Farrell         1932                                 G         3/23/08       New York, N.Y.             Yale Univ.
        Peter Ferraro            1994                       17        F         1/24/73       Sound Beach, N.Y.          Univ. of Maine
        J. Edward Fitzgerald     1920                                 D         8/3/1890      St. Paul, Minn.            St. Paul AC
        Joe F. Fitzgerald        1932                                           10/10/04      Boston, Mass.              Boston College
        Edward M. Frazier        1932                                 G         1/21/07       Stoneham, Mass.            Boston Univ.
        Dates Fryberger          1964                                           5/5/40        Duluth, Minn.              Middlebury College
        Rob Ftorek               1972                        6        F         1/2/52        Needham, Mass.             Needham HS
        Mark Fusco               1984                        6        D         3/12/61       Burlington, Mass.          Harvard Univ.
        Scott Fusco              1984, 1988                  9        F         1/21/63       Burlington, Mass.          Harvard Univ.
        Andre Gambucci           1952                                           11/12/28      Eveleth, Minn.             Colorado College
        John Garrison            1932, 1936                           F/D       2/13/09       Newton, Mass.              Harvard Univ.
        John Garrity             1948                                           4/1/26        Medford, Mass.             Boston Univ.
        Robert Gaudreau          1968                                           3/8/44        Providence, R.I.           Brown Univ.
        Donald Geary             1948                                           7/10/26       Hamden, Conn.
        Geroge P. Geran          1920, 1924                            F        2/22/1895     Holyoke, Mass.             Boston AA
        Brian Gionta             2006                       14         F        1/18/79       Rochester, N.Y.            New Jersey Devils
        Frank Goheen             1920                                           9/2/1894      White Bear Lake, Minn.     St. Paul AC
        Scott Gomez              2006                       11        F         12/23/79      Anchorage, Alaska          New Jersey Devils
        Scott Gordon             1992                       30        G         2/6/63        Easton, Mass               Quebec Nordiques
        Guy Gosselin             1988, 1992                23, 5      D         1/6/64        Rochester, N.Y.            Univ. of Minn.-Duluth
        John Grahame             2006                       47        G         8/31/75       Denver, Colo.              Tampa Bay Lightning
        Tony Granato             1988                       21        F         7/25/64       Downers Grove, Ill.        Univ. of Wisconsin
        Eugene Grazia            1960                       11        F         7/29/34       W. Springfield, Mass.      Michigan State Univ.
        Dan Griffin              1976                                 G                       North St. Paul, Minn.      Colorado College
        Steve Griffith           1984                       10        F         3/12/61       St. Paul, Minn.            Univ. of Minnesota
        Paul Guay                1984                       19        F         9/2/63        N. Smithfield, R.I.        Providence College
        Bill Guerin              1998, 2002, 2006          12, 13     F         11/9/70       Wilbraham, Mass.           Dallas Stars
        Gerald Hallock           1932                                 D         6/4/05        New York, N.Y.             Princeton Univ.
        Goodwin Harding          1948                                           12/11/20      Brookline, Mass.           Harvard Univ.
        John Harrington          1980, 1984                23, 28      F        5/24/57       Virginia, Minn.            Univ. of Minn.-Duluth
        Rob Harris               1976                       12         F        12/4/53       Roseau, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Clifford Harrison        1952                                           10/30/27      Walpole, Mass.             Dartmouth College
        Kevin Hatcher            1998                       4          D        9/6/66        Detroit, Mich.             Pittsburgh Penguins     H
        Derian Hatcher           1998, 2006                3, 2        D        6/4/72        Sterling Heights, Mich.    Philadelphia Flyers      I
                                                                                                                                                 S
        Brett Hauer              1994                       5          D        7/11/71       Richfield, Minn.           Univ. of Minn.-Duluth   T
        Guy Hebert               1998                       31         G        1/7/67        Troy, N.Y.                 Anaheim Mighty Ducks    O
        Bret Hedican             1992, 2006                24, 6       D        8/10/70       St. Paul, Minn.            Carolina Hurricanes     R
                                                                                                                                                 Y
        Steve Heinze             1992                       11         F        1/30/70       N. Andover, Mass.          Boston College          __

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MEN’S ICE HOCKEY TEAM

        All-Time Roster

        Name                  Olympic Year           No        Pos       Birthdate     Hometown                  Most Recent Club
        Darby Hendrickson     1994                   27        F         8/28/72       Richfield, Minn.          Univ. of Minnesota
        Sean Hill             1992                   25        D         2/14/70       Duluth, Minn.             Fredericton Canadiens
        Jon Hillebrandt       1994                   31        G         12/28/71      Cottage Grove, Wis.       Univ. of Ill.-Chicago
        Tom Hirsch            1984                   22        D         1/27/63       Minneapolis, Minn.        Univ. of Minnesota
        Phil Housley          2002                    6        D         3/9/64        South St. Paul, Minn.     Chicago Blackhawks
        Mark Howe             1972                             D         5/28/55       Detroit, Mich.            Detriot Jr. Red Wings
        Brett Hull            1998, 2002            15, 16     F         8/9/64        Belleville, Ont.          Detroit Red Wings
        Paul Hurley           1968                             D         7/12/46       Melrose, Mass.            Boston College
        Thomas Hurley         1968                             F         8/29/44       Massena, N.Y.             Clarkson Univ.
        Jeff Hymanson         1976                   26        D         3/11/54       Anoka, Minn.              Minneapolis Bruins
        Al Iafrate            1984                   18        D         3/21/66       Livonia, Mich.            Detroit Compuware
        Willard Ikola         1956                             G         7/28/32       Eveleth, Minn.            Univ. of Michigan
        Chris Imes            1994                    4        D         8/27/72       Birchdale, Minn.          Univ. of Maine
        Stu Irving            1972                   19        F         2/2/49        Beverly, Mass.
        Steve Janaszak        1980                    1        G         1/7/57        White Bear Lake, Minn.    Univ. of Minnesota
        Craig Janney          1988                   15        F         9/26/67       Enfield, Conn.            Boston College
        Paul Jensen           1976                    6        D         5/1/55        Robbinsdale, Minn.        Michigan Tech Univ.
        David H. Jensen       1984                   28        D         5/3/61        Crystal, Minn.            Univ. of Minnesota
        Steve Jensen          1976                   10        F         4/15/55       Plymouth, Minn.           Michigan Tech Univ.
        David A. Jensen       1984                    7        F         8/19/65       Needham, Mass.            Lawrence Academy
        Jim Johannson         1988, 1992            24, 20     F         3/10/64       Rochester, Minn.          Indianpolis
        Mark Johnson          1980                   10        F         9/2/57        Madison, Wis.             Univ. of Wisconsin
        Craig Johnson         1994                   14        F         3/8/72        St. Paul, Minn.           Univ. of Minnesota
        Paul Johnson          1960, 1964                       F         5/18/36       West St. Paul, Minn.      Rochester Mustangs
        A. Fred Kammer        1936                             F         6/3/12        Montclair, N.J.           Princeton Univ.
        Jerry Kilmartin       1952                                       7/7/26        Providence, R.I.          Brown Univ.
        Jack Kirrane          1948, 1960             3          D        8/20/28       Brookline, Mass.          Boston Olympics
        Mike Knuble           2006                   21         F        7/4/72        Toronto, Ont.             Philadelphia Flyers
        Mark Kumpel           1984                   25         F        3/7/61        Wakefield, Mass.          Univ. of Mass Lowell
        Phillip LaBatte       1936                                       7/5/11        Minneapolis, Minn.        Univ. of Minnesota
        Scott Lachance        1992                    4         D        10/22/72      Bristol, Conn.            Boston Univ.
        Alphonse LaCroix      1924                              G        10/21/1898    Newton, Mass.             Boston AA
        Pat LaFontaine        1984, 1998             16         F        2/22/65       St. Louis, Mo.            New York Rangers        H
        Dick Lamby            1976                   23         D        5/3/55        Auburn, Mass.             Salem State College      I
                                                                                                                                         S
        Jamie Langenbrunner   1998                   25         F        7/24/75       Cloquet, Minn.            Dallas Stars            T
        Art Langley           1924                                       6/25/1896     Melrose, Mass.            Melrose                 O
        Peter Laviolette      1988, 1994            26, 7       D        12/7/64       Franklin, Mass.           Indianapolis Checkers   R
                                                                                                                                         Y
        John C. Lax           1936                                       7/21/11       Arlington, Mass.          Boston Univ.            __

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        All-Time Roster

        Name                    Olympic Year              No     Pos       Birthdate        Hometown                     Most Recent Club
        Jeff Lazaro             1994                      8      F         3/21/68          Waltham, Mass.               New Haven Senators
        Steve Leach             1988                      28     F         1/16/66          Lexington, Mass.             Washington Capitals
        Ray LeBlanc             1992                       1     G         10/24/64         Fritchburg, Mass.            Indianapolis Ice
        John LeClair            1998, 2002                10     F         7/5/69           St. Albans, Vt.              Philadelphia Flyers
        Brian Leetch            1988, 1998, 2002           2     D         3/3/68           Cheshire, Conn.              New York Rangers
        Jordan Leopold          2006                       4     D         8/3/80           Golden Valley, Minn.         Calgary Flames
        John-Michael Liles      2006                      27     D         11/25/80         Zionsville, Ind.             Colorado Avalanche
        John Lilley             1994                      19     F         8/3/72           Wakefield, Mass.             Seattle Thunderbirds
        Len Lilyholm            1968                             F         4/1/41           Robbinsdale, Minn.           Univ. of Minnesota
        Robert C. Livingston    1932                             D         11/3/08          New York, N.Y.               Yale Univ.
        James Logue             1968                             G         3/25/41          N. Andover, Mass.            Boston College
        Bob Lundeen             1976                      8      F         11/4/52          Minneapolis, Minn.           Univ. of Wisconsin
        Sharkey Lyons           1924                                       4/4/1899         Arlington, Mass.             Boston AA
        Lane MacDonald          1988                      19      F        3/3/66           Mequon, Wis.                 Harvard Univ.
        Moe Mantha              1992                      22      D        1/21/61          Lakewood, Ohio               Winnipeg Jets
        Todd Marchant           1994                      23      F        8/12/73          Williamsville N.Y.           Clarkson Univ.
        Matt Martin             1994                       3      D        4/30/71          Hamden, Conn.                Univ. of Maine
        Thomas Martin           1964                                       7/5/38           Milton, Mass.                Boston College
        Bob Mason               1984                      1      G         4/22/61          International Falls, Minn.   Univ. of Minn.-Duluth
        John Matchefts          1956                                       6/18/31          Eveleth, Minn.               Univ. of Michigan
        Bruce Mather            1948                             F         7/25/27          Belmont, Mass.               Dartmouth College
        John Mayasich           1956, 1960                7      F         5/22/33          Eveleth, Minn.               Univ. of Minnesota
        Malcolm McAlpin         1936                             G                          Montclair, N.J.              Princeton Univ.
        Jack McCartan           1960                      1      G         8/5/35           St. Paul, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Justin McCarthy         1924                                       1/23/1899        Alrington, Mass.             Boston AA
        Rob McClanahan          1980                      7       F        1/9/58           St. Paul, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Joe W. McCormick        1920                              F        8/12/1894        Buckingham, Que.             Pittsburgh AA
        Larry McCormick         1920                                       8/12/1890        Buckingham, Que.             Pittsburgh AA
        Thomas McCory           1964                                       1/2/42           Minneapolis, Minn.           Univ. of Minnesota
        Shawn McEachern         1992                      15      F        2/28/69          Waltham, Mass.               Boston Univ.
        James McElmury          1972                       2      D        1/1/46           St. Paul, Minn.              Bemidji State Univ.
        Dick McGlynn            1972                      20      D        7/19/48          Medford, Mass.               Colgate Univ.
        Marty McInnis           1992                      28      F        6/2/70           Weymouth, Mass.              Boston College          H
        Bruce McIntosh          1972                       7      D                         Edina, Minn.                 Univ. of Minnesota       I
                                                                                                                                                 S
        Dan McKinnon            1956                                       4/21/22          Williams, Minn.              Univ. of North Dakota   T
        Robert McVey            1960                      8       D        3/14/36          Hamden, Conn.                Harvard Univ.           O
        Tom Mellor              1972                      4       D        1/27/50          Cranston, R.I.               Boston College          R
                                                                                                                                                 Y
        Wayne Meredith          1964                              D        10/4/39          Minneapolis, Minn.           Univ. of Minnesota      __

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        All-Time Roster

        Name                     Olympic Year               No        Pos       Birthdate     Hometown                  Most Recent Club
        Richard Meredith         1956, 1960                 18        F         12/22/32      Minneapolis, Minn.        Univ. of Minnesota
        Corey Millen             1984, 1988                26, 10     F         4/29/64       Cloquet, Minn.            Univ. of Minnesota
        Aaron Miller             2002                       33        D         8/11/71       Buffalo, N.Y.             Los Angeles Kings
        Bob Miller               1976                       15        F         9/28/56       Billerica, Mass.          Univ. of New Hampshire
        Kevin Miller             1988                        8        F         9/9/65        Lansing, Mich.            Michigan State Univ.
        Mike Modano              1998, 2002, 2006            9        F         6/7/70        Livonia, Mich.            Dallas Stars
        Thomas H. Moore          1936                                 G         11/6/08       Lexington, Mass.          Boston Olympics
        Jack Morrison            1968                                           4/6/65        Wayzata, Minn.            Yale Univ.
        Ken Morrow               1980                        3         D        10/17/56      Davison, Mich.            Bowling Green
        John Mulhern             1952                                           7/18/27       Boston, Mass.             Boston College
        Lou Nanne                1968                                  D        6/2/41        Minneapolis, Minn.        Univ. of Minnesota
        Ron Naslund              1972                       18                  2/28/43       Minneapolis, Minn.        Denver Univ.
        Francis A. Nelson        1932                                           1/24/10       New York, N.Y.            Yale Univ.
        John Noah                1952                                           11/21/27      Crookston, Minn.          Univ. of North Dakota
        Jeff Norton              1988                       6          D        11/25/65      Acton, Mass.              Univ. of Michigan
        Jack O'Callahan          1980                       17         D        7/24/57       Charlestown, Mass.        Boston Univ.
        Francis O'Grady          1956                                                         Stoneham, Mass.           Boston College
        Todd Okerlund            1988                       11         F        9/6/64        Burnsville, Minn.         Univ. of Minnesota
        Ed Olczyk                1984                       12         F        8/16/66       Palos Heights, Ill.       Stratford (Ontario)
        Wally Olds               1972                        3         D        8/17/49       Baudette, Minn.           Univ. of Minnesota
        Weldon Olson             1956, 1960                 16         F        11/12/32      Marquette, Mich.          Michigan State Univ.
        Allan Opsahl             1948                                           9/27/24       Minneapolis, Minn.        Univ. of Minnesota
        Arnold C. Oss, Jr.       1952                                 D         4/18/28       Minneapolis, Minn.        Dartmouth College
        Joel Otto                1998                       29        F         10/29/61      Elk River, Minn.          Philadelphia Flyers
        Robert Owen              1960                        5        D         6/8/36        St. Louis Park, Minn.     Harvard Univ.
        Rodney Paavola           1960                        9        D         8/21/39       Hancock, Mich.            Portage Lake Pioneers
        Lawrence Palmer          1960                        1        G         1/7/38        Wakefield, Mass.          U.S. Military Academy
        Winthrop Palmer, Jr.     1932                                 F         12/5/06       Warehouse Point, Conn.    Yale Univ.
        Robert Paradise          1968                                 D         4/22/44       St. Paul, Minn.           St. Mary's College
        Mark Parrish             2006                       37        F         2/2/77        Minneapolis, Minn.        New York Islanders
        Mark Pavelich            1980                       16        F         2/28/58       Eveleth, Minn.            Univ. of Minn.-Duluth
        Fred G. Pearson          1948                                           3/23/23       Beverly, Mass.            Yale Univ.
        Jack Petroske            1956                                           8/6/34        Hibbing, Minn.            Univ. of Minnesota       H
        Larry Pleau              1968                                  F        6/29/47       Boston, Mass.             Montreal Jr. Canadiens    I
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        Tom Poti                 2002                        5         D        3/22/77       Worcester, Mass.          Edmonton Oilers          T
        Stanton B. Priddy        1948                                           2/26/20       Brookline, Mass.          Dartmouth College        O
        Kenneth Purpur           1956                                           3/1/32        Grand Folks, N.D.         Univ. of North Dakota    R
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        Brian Rafalski           2002, 2006                3, 28       D        9/28/73       Dearborn, Mich.           New Jersey Devils        __

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        All-Time Roster

        Name                   Olympic Year               No        Pos       Birthdate     Hometown                     Most Recent Club
        Mike Ramsey            1980                        5        D         12/3/60       Minneapolis, Minn.           Univ. of Minnesota
        Tim Regan              1972                                 G         12/28/49      Providence, R.I.             Boston Univ.
        William Reichart       1964                                 F         7/3/35        Rochester, Minn.             Univ. of North Dakota
        Willard Rice           1924                                                         Newton, Mass.                Boston AA
        Travis Richards        1994                       21        D         3/22/70       Crystal, Minn.               Univ. of Minnesota
        Barry Richter          1994                       26        D         9/11/70       Madison, Wis.                Univ. of Wisconsin
        Mike Richter           1988, 1998, 2002          1, 35      G         9/22/66       Abington, Pa.                New York Rangers
        Donald Rigazio         1956                                 G         7/3/34        Cambridge, Mass.             Cambridge
        Jack Riley             1948                                           6/15/22       Medford, Mass.               Dartmouth College
        Bruce Riutta           1968                                 D         10/14/44      Hancock, Mich.               Michigan Tech Univ.
        David Roberts          1994                       10        F         5/28/70       Old Lyme, Conn.              Univ. of Michigan
        Dick Rodenhiser        1954, 1960                 17        D         10/17/32      Malden, Mass.                Boston Univ.
        Jeremy Roenick         1998, 2002                27, 97     F         1/17/70       Boston, Mass.                Philadelphia Flyers
        Brian Rolston          1994, 2002, 2006          11, 12     F         2/21/73       Ann Arbor, Mich.             Minnesota Wild
        Robert Rompre          1952                                           4/11/29       International Falls, Minn.   Colorado College
        Gary Ross              1976                       4          D        12/18/53      Roseau, Minn.                Bemidji State Univ.
        Doug Ross              1976                       18         F        10/9/51       Dearborn, Mich.              Michigan State Univ.
        Eldridge B. Ross       1936                                           8/2/09        Melrose, Mass.               Colgate Univ.
        Donald Ross            1964, 1968                                     10/11/42      Rosuea, Minn.                Univ. of North Dakota
        Paul E. Rowe           1936                                           5/5/14        Alrington, Mass.             Boston Univ.
        Patrick Rupp           1964, 1968                           G         8/12/42       Detroit, Mich.               Dayton Gems
        Joe Sacco              1992                       14        F         2/4/69        Medford, Mass.               Newmarket Saints
        David Sacco            1994                       16        F         7/31/71       Medford, Mass.               Boston Univ.
        Gary Sampson           1984                       27        F         8/24/59       International Falls, Minn.   Boston College
        Ed Sampson             1956                                           12/23/21      International Falls, Minn.   Ft. Frances Canadians
        Frank Sanders          1972                       9          D        3/8/49        North St. Paul, Minn.        Univ. of Minnesota
        Craig Sarner           1972                       17         F        6/20/49       North St. Paul, Minn.        Univ. of Minnesota
        Gary Schmalzbauer      1964                                           1/27/40       St. Paul, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Buzz Schneider         1976, 1980                14, 25     F         9/14/54       Babbitt, Minn.               Univ. of Minnesota
        Mathieu Schneider      1998, 2006                5, 23      D         6/12/69       New York, N.Y.               Detroit Red Wings
        Peter Sears            1972                        1        G         3/14/47       Lake Placid, N.Y.            Oswego State Univ.
        James Sedin            1952                                           6/25/30       St. Paul, Minn.              Univ. of Minnesota
        Steve Sertich          1976                        7         F        10/20/52      Virginia, Minn.              Colorado College        H
        Francis Shaughnessy    1936                                           6/21/11       Montreal, Que.               McGill Univ.             I
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        Tim Sheehy             1972                       15         F        9/3/48        International Falls, Minn.   Boston College          T
        Dave Silk              1980                        8         F        1/1/58        Scituate, Mass.              Boston Univ.            O
        Irving Small           1924                                           7/19/1891     Winchester, Mass.            Boston AA               R
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        Gordon Smith           1932, 1936                                     2/14/08       Winchester, Mass.            Boston Olympics         __

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        All-Time Roster

        Name                    Olympic Year                No          Pos       Birthdate     Hometown                    Most Recent Club
        Garth Snow              1994                        30          G         7/28/69       Wrentham, Mass.             Univ. of Maine
        Dave Snuggerud          1988                        22          F         6/20/66       Minnetonka, Minn.           Univ. of Minnesota
        Francis J. Spain        1936                                              2/17/09       Newton, Mass.               Dartmouth College
        Kevin Stevens           1988                        32           F        4/15/65       Halifax, Mass.              Boston College
        Larry Stordahl          1968                                              10/23/42      Roseau, Minn.               Univ. of North Dakota
        Eric Strobel            1980                        19           F        6/5/58        Rochester, Minn.            Univ. of Minnesota
        Frank R. Stubbs         1936                                              7/12/09       Newton, Mass.               Harvard Univ.
        Bob Suter               1980                        20          D         5/16/57       Madison, Wis.               Univ. of Wisconsin
        Gary Suter              1998, 2002                  20          D         6/24/64       Madison, Wis.               San Jose Sharks
        Tim Sweeney             1992                        21          F         4/12/67       Weymouth, Mass.             Calgary Flames
        Frank A. Synott         1920, 1924                                                      Chatham, N.B.               Boston AA
        John Taft               1976                        3           D         3/8/58        Minneapolis, Minn.          Univ. of Wisconsin
        Chris Terreri           1988                        30          G         11/15/64      Warwick, R.I.               Utica Devils
        Ted Thorndyke           1976                        16          F         9/8/52        Chesnut Hill, Mass.         Harvard Univ.
        Keith Tkachuk           1992, 1998, 2002, 2006     17, 7        F         3/28/72       Melrose, Mass.              St. Louis Blues
        Dave Tretowicz          1992                         3          D         3/15/69       Liverpool, N.Y.             Clarkson Univ.
        Leon P. Tuck            1920                                              5/25/1891     Melrose, Mass.              Boston AA
        Allen Van               1952                                                            St. Paul, Minn.             Univ. of Minnesota
        H.T. Van Ingen, Jr.     1948                                              11/17/24      Greenwich, Conn.            Dartmouth College
        John Vanbiesbrouck      1998                        34          G         9/4/63        Detroit, Mich.              Florida Panthers
        Phil Verchota           1980, 1984                 27, 8        F         12/28/56      Duluth, Minn.               Univ. of Minnesota
        Douglas Volmar          1968                                    F         1/9/45        Cleveland, Ohio             Michigan State Univ.
        Ralph Warburton         1948                                              2/7/24        Cranston, R.I.              Dartmouth College
        Jim Warden              1976                        30          G         6/22/54       Altadena, Calif.            Michigan State Univ.
        Cyril Weidenborner      1920                                    G         3/30/1895     St. Paul, Minn.             St. Paul AC
        Doug Weight             1998, 2002, 2006          19, 39        F         1/21/71       Warren, Mich.               Carolina Hurricanes
        Eric Weinrich           1988                       27           D         12/19/66      Gardiner, Maine             Univ. of Maine
        Mark Wells              1980                       15           F         9/18/57       St. Clair Shores, Mich.     Bowling Green
        James Westby            1964                       10           D         3/5/37        Minneapolis, Minn.          Univ. of Minnesota
        Don Whiston             1952                                    G         1/19/27       Stoneham, Mass.             Brown Univ.
        Thomas Williams         1960                        15          F         4/17/40       Duluth, Minn.               Duluth Swans
        Kenneth J. Yackel       1952                                    G         3/5/32        St. Paul, Minn.             Univ. of Minnesota
        Mike York               2002                         61         F         1/3/78        Waterford, Mass.            New York Rangers        H
        C.J. Young              1992                         27         F         1/1/68        Waltham, Mass.              Harvard Univ.            I
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        Scott Young             1988, 1992, 2002         28, 19, 48     F         10/1/67       Clinton, Mass.              St. Louis Blues         T
        Thomas Yurkovich        1964                                    G         9/29/35       Eveleth, Minn.              Univ. of North Dakota   O
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