Top 5: Players You Forgot Were St. Louis Blues

For most of their history the St. Louis Blues were known as a perennial playoff team that just couldn't quite win the big one. That all changed in 2019 when the Blues won the organization's very first Stanley Cup. As with every longstanding competitive team, they were not afraid to make changes to their roster … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were St. Louis Blues

Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Colorado Avalanche

Since their relocation from Quebec in 1995, The Colorado Avalanche have more-often-than-not been a competitive hockey club. With two Stanley Cups in 1996 and 2001, and the current squad a perennial playoff team, It is no surprise the team sifts through talent in order to find the magic key for their next Stanley Cup.   … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Colorado Avalanche

Top 5: Players You Forgot Were New York Rangers

Established in 1926, the New York Rangers hold the distinction of being one of the NHL's original six teams. Over nine hundred players have dawned the iconic blue sweater since their inception and it's pretty safe to say you can't recall all of them, right? Number 5- Mike Knuble Mike Knuble started his career in … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were New York Rangers

Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Detroit Red Wings

Owning the distinction of being part of the NHL's Original Six and having almost 1,000 players dawn the winged wheel in the history of the organization, The Detroit Red Wings have one of the most storied franchise's in the NHL. It's easy to list some of the Red Wings greats, but do you remember these … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Detroit Red Wings

Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Toronto Maple Leafs

The Toronto Maple Leafs have one of the most popular franchises in the NHL. They currently sit as the second most valuable franchise in the league, and with that kind of weight, as well as being one of the Original Six teams, the Maple Leafs have and extensive list of players you may not remember … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Toronto Maple Leafs

Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Montreal Canadiens

Founded in 1909 and part of the Original Six NHL teams, almost 900 people have had the honor of wearing the Habs crest on their sweater. 18 players have had the privilege of having their number retired, but what about some of the players that won't have their number hanging from the ceiling of the … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Montreal Canadiens

Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Calgary Flames

Arriving in Calgary in 1980 after relocating from Atlanta, the Flames have seen plenty of success, as well as years of abject failure. With three Stanley Cup appearances, winning once, they also have two separate five-year playoff droughts. With that kind of variability, it should be no surprise the Flames have seen their fair share … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Calgary Flames

Top 5: Players You Forgot Were New Jersey Devils

For a vast majority of their existence, the New Jersey Devils have been a competitive hockey club. With three Stanley Cup wins and five total appearances, as with any team on the brink of greatness, it often takes many moves within the organization to find the right group of guys to unlock the winning formula, … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were New Jersey Devils

Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Vancouver Canucks

The Vancouver Canucks organization was never afraid to make trades. From a long-standing quest to find a goaltender, to making multiple deals to land them the Sedin twins in 1999, it should be no surprise that a vast array of players have blown through Vancouver over the years. Number 5- Geoff Sanderson Probably best known … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Vancouver Canucks