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  • By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    Using each traditional hockey jersey number* only once, make your team's all-time best roster.

    To be considered the player must have worn the jersey number *at your school* for a full season. (UND could not have Ed Belfour in "20" as he only wore that in the NHL.)

    A quick try at North Dakota (feel free to continue):

    1:
    2:
    3: James Patrick
    4:
    5: Jason Blake
    6:
    7:
    8:
    9: Jon Toews
    10:
    11: Zach Parise
    12: Terry Casey (RIP, and the reason #12 won't be worn at UND again)
    13:
    14:
    15:
    16:
    17:
    18:
    19:
    20: Bob Joyce
    21: Tony Hrkac
    22: Cary Eades
    23:
    24:
    25:
    26:
    27:
    28:
    29:
    30:
    31:
    32:
    33:
    34: JP Lamoureux (he wore it at UND for at least a season)
    35:

    * Traditional: Numbers 1-35. I know some teams have guys wearing 54 and other such things, but let's be serious and leave those numbers to linebackers for now.
    Last edited by The Sicatoka; 09-03-2009, 05:19 PM.
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    North Dakota Hockey:

  • #2
    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

    1: Robb Stauber
    2: Lou Nanne
    3: Jordan Leopold
    4: Chris McAlpine
    5: Dan Trebil
    6: Charlie Wasley
    7: N Broten over Westrum, Kraft and T. Pederson
    8: Ken Gernander
    9: P Hankinson over Pohl and Chorske
    10: P Martin over P Broten, Skarda, Bell and Goligowski
    11: Christoff over Spehar and Okerlund
    12: Holmgren over Laylin
    13: Ballard over Miller
    14: Butsy Erickson over Cates, Klatt and C Johnson
    15: Tom Vanelli
    16: Todd Richards
    17: Larry Olimb over Chorske (Chorske used 3 diff numbers in 3 years)
    18: Snuggerud over Potulny
    19: Berg over B Hankinson and MacSwain
    20: Mike Crowley
    21: Brian Bonin
    22: Bischoff over Taffe
    23: Zmolek over crazy legs Hirsch
    24: Travis Richards over Koalska
    25: Orth
    26: Vanek over Kessel and Barriball
    27: Bjugstad over Rasmussen
    28: Um...
    29: Stoa over Pagel by a nose
    30: Stolp
    31: Jeff Callinan
    33: John Blue

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    • #3
      Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

      Originally posted by Slap Shot View Post
      1: Robb Stauber
      2: Lou Nanne
      3: Jordan Leopold
      4: Chris McAlpine
      5: Dan Trebil
      6: Charlie Wasley
      7: N Broten over Westrum, Kraft and T. Pederson
      8: Ken Gernander
      9: P Hankinson over Pohl and Chorske
      10: P Martin over P Broten, Skarda, Bell and Goligowski
      11: Christoff over Spehar and Okerlund
      12: Holmgren over Laylin
      13: Ballard over Miller
      14: Butsy Erickson over Cates, Klatt and C Johnson
      15: Tom Vanelli
      16: Todd Richards
      17: Larry Olimb over Chorske (Chorske used 3 diff numbers in 3 years)
      18: Snuggerud over Potulny
      19: Berg over B Hankinson and MacSwain
      20: Mike Crowley
      21: Brian Bonin
      22: Bischoff over Taffe
      23: Zmolek over crazy legs Hirsch
      24: Travis Richards over Koalska
      25: Orth
      26: Vanek over Kessel and Barriball
      27: Bjugstad over Rasmussen
      28: Um...
      29: Stoa over Pagel by a nose
      30: Stolp
      31: Jeff Callinan
      33: John Blue
      There is room for discussion. 9 Tim Harrer, 6 Bill Baker...see 76-77 roster for that matter for more options. Broten wore 14 one year too, cause some hack named Rob McClanahan wore 7 that year. I'd consider Aaron Broten over Martin too (I'm not sure Neal was better than him the year he won the Hobey.) 8 Corey Millen. 19 DeMarchi? And what numbers were Mariucci and Mayasich?

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      • #4
        Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

        RPI

        1: Daren Puppa
        2: Brian Pothier
        3: Herb LaFontaine
        4: Mike Prpich
        5: Burton Clarkson
        6: Dick Chiarelli
        7: Abbie Moore
        8: Frank Chiarelli
        9: Joe Juneau
        10: Garry Kearns
        11: Brian Ferreira
        12: Adam Oates
        13: Kirk MacDonald
        14: Richard Scammell
        15: John Carter
        16: Larry Landon
        17: Dino Serra
        18: Jerry Knightley
        19: Matt Murley
        20: Joel Laing
        21: Mike Sadeghpour
        22: Mike Dark
        23: Blake Pickett
        24: Don Armstrong
        25: Bryan Tapper
        26: Ken Hammond
        27: Tim Regan
        28: Carson Butterwick
        29: Tim Spadafore
        30: Mike Tamburro
        31: Scott Prekaski
        32: Steve Duncan
        33: Kevin Kurk
        34: Rick Borina
        35: Will Neubert
        Keep an open mind. Just don't be so open-minded that your brain falls out.

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        • #5
          Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

          Originally posted by Red Cloud View Post
          RPI

          35: Will Neubert
          I like your style
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          • #6
            Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

            Originally posted by Koho View Post
            There is room for discussion. 9 Tim Harrer, 6 Bill Baker...see 76-77 roster for that matter for more options. Broten wore 14 one year too, cause some hack named Rob McClanahan wore 7 that year. I'd consider Aaron Broten over Martin too (I'm not sure Neal was better than him the year he won the Hobey.) 8 Corey Millen. 19 DeMarchi? And what numbers were Mariucci and Mayasich?
            Mayasich was number 8, which is now retired because of him.
            the state of hockey is good

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            • #7
              Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

              Originally posted by burgie12 View Post
              I like your style
              Yeah, well it was Will or Tim Camitta. Same job, only one was here for four years. Easy choice.
              Keep an open mind. Just don't be so open-minded that your brain falls out.

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              • #8
                Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

                Originally posted by Koho View Post
                There is room for discussion. 9 Tim Harrer, 6 Bill Baker...see 76-77 roster for that matter for more options. Broten wore 14 one year too, cause some hack named Rob McClanahan wore 7 that year. I'd consider Aaron Broten over Martin too (I'm not sure Neal was better than him the year he won the Hobey.) 8 Corey Millen. 19 DeMarchi? And what numbers were Mariucci and Mayasich?
                Yeah, I knew that I'd forget a few and those are some great players that deserve consideration. Aaron was perhaps better the year Neal won the Hobey but they weren't up against each other. I did my list more for fun and for the memories than anything and thought it would be good to get some back and forth going on the concept.

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                • #9
                  Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

                  Wisconsin:

                  1: Brian Elliott (G)
                  2: Bob Suter (D)
                  3: Brian Rafalski (D)
                  4: Gary Suter (D)
                  5: Craig Norwich (D)
                  6: Jeff Andriga (D)
                  7: John Taft (D)
                  8: Joe Pavelski (F)
                  9:
                  10: Mark Johnson (F)
                  11: Jim Johannson (F)
                  12: John Johannson (F)
                  13:
                  14: Tom Gilbert (D)
                  15: Dany Heatley (F)
                  16: Adam Burish (F)
                  17: Mike Eaves (F)
                  18:
                  19: Tom Sagissor (F)
                  20:
                  21: Chris Chelios (D) Tony Granato (F) uh... Tonris Granatelios?
                  22: Chris Tancill (F)
                  23: Steve Tuttle (F)
                  24:
                  25:
                  26: Barry Richter (D)
                  27: Steve Reinprecht (F)
                  28: Paul Houston (F)
                  29: Duane Derksen (G)
                  30:
                  31: Marc Behrend (G) (sorry Licari)
                  32: Bernd Bruckler (G)
                  33:
                  34:
                  35:
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                  • #10
                    Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

                    My father and I put our heads together and got this for Minnesota:

                    1. Robb Stauber
                    2. Lou Nanne
                    3. Jordan Leopold
                    4. Mike Ramsey
                    5. Patrick Westrum
                    6. Bill Baker
                    7. Rob McClanahan
                    8. John Mayasich
                    9. Peter Hankinson
                    10. Paul Martin
                    11. Steve Christoff
                    12. Mike Antonovich
                    13. Keith Ballard
                    14. Neal Broten
                    15. Tom Vannelli
                    16. Todd Richards
                    17. Tom Chorske
                    18. Dave Snuggerud
                    19. Les Auge
                    20. Mike Crowley
                    21. Brian Bonin
                    22. Jeff Taffe
                    23. Tyler Hirsch
                    24. Travis Richards
                    25. Steve Orth
                    26. Thomas Vanek
                    27. Scott Bjugstad
                    28. Cade Fairchild (only current player)
                    29. Ryan Stoa
                    30. Jim Jetland
                    31. Travis Weber
                    32. Dustin Smieja (just to fill the number)
                    33. Jon Blue
                    34. Kellen Briggs
                    35. Steve "Warm Up" DeBus.
                    the state of hockey is good

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                    • #11
                      Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

                      Originally posted by ExileOnDaytonStreet View Post
                      21: Chris Chelios (D) Tony Granato (F) uh... Tonris Granatelios?
                      No, just Chelios.
                      the state of hockey is good

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                      • #12
                        Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

                        Originally posted by The Sicatoka View Post
                        A quick try at North Dakota (feel free to continue):

                        2:
                        Matt Greene, duh?
                        @#$% Calgary, Go Oilers Go

                        Your mom is so fat that the escape velocity at her surface exceeds 3*10^8 m/s

                        Originally posted by Jon
                        I'd much rather be in WI.

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                        • #13
                          Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

                          Originally posted by state of hockey View Post
                          My father and I put our heads together and got this for Minnesota:

                          1. Robb Stauber
                          2. Lou Nanne
                          3. Jordan Leopold
                          4. Mike Ramsey
                          5. Patrick Westrum
                          6. Bill Baker
                          7. Rob McClanahan
                          8. John Mayasich
                          9. Peter Hankinson
                          10. Paul Martin
                          11. Steve Christoff
                          12. Mike Antonovich
                          13. Keith Ballard
                          14. Neal Broten
                          15. Tom Vannelli
                          16. Todd Richards
                          17. Tom Chorske
                          18. Dave Snuggerud
                          19. Les Auge
                          20. Mike Crowley
                          21. Brian Bonin
                          22. Jeff Taffe
                          23. Tyler Hirsch
                          24. Travis Richards
                          25. Steve Orth
                          26. Thomas Vanek
                          27. Scott Bjugstad
                          28. Cade Fairchild (only current player)
                          29. Ryan Stoa
                          30. Jim Jetland
                          31. Travis Weber
                          32. Dustin Smieja (just to fill the number)
                          33. Jon Blue
                          34. Kellen Briggs
                          35. Steve "Warm Up" DeBus.
                          Change #1 to Jeff Frazee and you got it!
                          Let the Rebuilding Begin

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                          • #14
                            Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

                            Originally posted by Boosh View Post
                            Matt Greene, duh?
                            I figure Engelstad will end up at 23 as well.
                            the state of hockey is good

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                            • #15
                              Re: By the Numbers: Your All-Time Roster

                              Originally posted by Red Cloud View Post
                              RPI

                              1: Daren Puppa
                              2: Brian Pothier
                              3: Herb LaFontaine
                              4: Mike Prpich
                              5: Burton Clarkson
                              6: Dick Chiarelli
                              7: Abbie Moore
                              8: Frank Chiarelli
                              9: Joe Juneau
                              10: Garry Kearns
                              11: Brian Ferreira
                              12: Adam Oates
                              13: Kirk MacDonald
                              14: Richard Scammell
                              15: John Carter
                              16: Larry Landon
                              17: Dino Serra
                              18: Jerry Knightley
                              19: Matt Murley
                              20: Joel Laing
                              21: Mike Sadeghpour
                              22: Mike Dark
                              23: Blake Pickett
                              24: Don Armstrong
                              25: Bryan Tapper
                              26: Ken Hammond
                              27: Tim Regan
                              28: Carson Butterwick
                              29: Tim Spadafore
                              30: Mike Tamburro
                              31: Scott Prekaski
                              32: Steve Duncan
                              33: Kevin Kurk
                              34: Rick Borina
                              35: Will Neubert

                              I'd go with Brian Robins as 5, Pat Hahn as 6, Jim Pope as 11, Dale Watson as 16, Marty Dallman as 23 since I do agree that MacDonald deserves 13, Marc Cavosie as 27, Steve Duncan as 29, and Don Cutts as 30 which he wore as a soph since 0 isn't allowed by the ground rules. I also would take Nate Marsters as 18, but they are impossible to compare.
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