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6.2 LA Kings take Brad Marsh

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6.3 Toronto selects Adam Burt

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6.4 Montreal (corbettkb): Joe Juneau

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6.5 Chicago (Brutus) selects D Randy Ladouceur

 
 

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6.6 Henri Richard 

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6.7 Doug Bodger

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6.9 Ice selects Sean Burke

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7.2 LA Kings take Old Timer D-man Tom "Tomcat" Johnson

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7.3 Toronto selects Kerry Huffman

 

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7.4 - Montreal (corbettkb): F - Ted Lindsay

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7.6 Marcel Pronovost

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7.8 Stephan Lebeau

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7.9 Ice selects Patrice Brisebois

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8.3 Toronto selects Yuri Khmylev

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8.4 - Montreal (corbettkb): D - Harry "Harry Harry (?)" Howell

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8.5 Chicago (Brutus) selects F Bert Olmstead .

 

WOAH....that speed :)

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45 minutes ago, Brutus said:

8.5 Chicago (Brutus) selects F Bert Olmstead .

 

WOAH....that speed :)

Bert Olmstead was a hard-nosed forward who bulled his way into the Hockey Hall of Fame with a pugnacious style owing more to determination than ability.

Mr. Olmstead, who died on Nov. 17 at the age of 89, was a solid playmaker despite being a poor skater, his choppy strides betraying self-taught origins on chippy frozen sloughs in Saskatchewan.

From 1951 until 1960, he skated in 10 consecutive Stanley Cup final series, an incredibly rare feat even in the days of a six-team National Hockey League.

More on the most talked about man from the draft after Jacques Plante

 

https://beta.theglobeandmail.com/sports/hockey/bert-olmstead-hockey-hall-of-famer-won-five-stanley-cups/article27517583/?ref=http://www.theglobeandmail.com&

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Toronto Maple Leafs

LW - #18 D.Savard

C - #89 A.Mogilny

RW - #11 M.Messier

X - #13 Y.Khmlylev

LD - #28 E.Desjardins

RD - #10 Q.Quackenbush (change from #11 to #10)

X - #6 A.Burt

BN - #2 - K.Huffman

Goalie - #27 R.Hextall

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New York Rangers

LW - #9 Andy Bathgate

C - #13 Mats Sundin

RW - #8 Geoff Sanderson

X - #12 Dickie Moore

LD - #7 Petr Svoboda

RD - #4 Red Kelly

X - #48 J.J. Daigneault

4th D - #3 Jim Morrison

Goalie - #1 Jacques Plante

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Montreal Canadians:

First Line:
LW - (49) Joe Juneau:    
C    - (22) Mike Gartner  
RW - (11) Owen Nolan
LD  -  (3) Zarley Zalapski
RD  - (42) Richard Smehlik
G    - ( 1)  Glenn Hall     
X    - ( 7)  Ted Lindsay    

Second Line:
LW  - (11) Owen Nolan        
C    - (11) Owen Nolan
RW - ( 7)  Ted Lindsay    
LD  - ( 4)  Bill Gadby         
RD  - ( 4)  Bill Gadby         
X     - ( 5)  Harry Howell  **Change to #5, his number from 1970-1973 with the Los Angeles Kings

***Defense pairings subject to change

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I don't know the retro guys numbers

St. Louis Blues

LW Hawerchuck #10

C Neely #8

RW Boom Boom G

LD Murphy #28

RD Sweeney #32

G Blue #1

2nd line 

LD Pronovost 

RD Pronovost 

Make the rest of my 2nd line so Geofrian comes in during a Hawerchuck penalty, and goes to C on a Neely penalty please.

I think Gusarov shares a number with one of my retro guys so make him #55 if he does.

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8.8 Leo Boivin whomever the hell that is

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Grant Ledyard!

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Chicago selects Randy Moller as our last pick.  I'll do lines shortly.

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Chicago

C Beliveau
LW Richard
RW Olmstead
LD Ladouceur
RD Harvey
G Moog

X LeCLair (4th forward)

3rd Defender Pedersen
4th Defender Moller

 

BOOM!  Let's GA.  I'll be around later tonight for some exi's.

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