Gikdis asked in SportsHockey · 1 decade ago

Is There an NHL Team With No Olympians?

In the 2010 olympics i was just wondering if there was an nhl team with no players competing from any country in these olympics?

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    Here's the list

    All 30 teams have at least one representative

    Mark Streit will be the lone Isles representative Switzerland, while San Jose leads the way with 8 representatives. Anaheim, Detroit and Vancouver have 7 each.

    Anaheim

    Ryan Getzlaf (Canada)

    Jonas Hiller (Switzerland)

    Saku Koivu (Finland)

    Scott Niedermayer (Canada)

    Corey Perry (Canada)

    Robert Ryan (America)

    Teemu Selanne (Finland)

    Atlanta

    Maxim Afinogenov (Russia)

    Tobias Enstrom (Sweden)

    Pavel Kubina (Czech Republic)

    Ondrej Pavelec (Czech Republic)

    Boston

    Zdeno Chara (Slovakia)

    David Krejci (Czech Republic)

    Patrice Bergeron (Canada)

    Miroslav Satan (Slovakia)

    Marco Sturm (Germany)

    Timothy Thomas (America)

    Buffalo

    Toni Lydman (Finland)

    Ryan Miller (America)

    Andrej Sekera (Slovakia)

    Henrik Tallinder (Sweden)

    Calgary

    Niklas Hagman (Finland)

    Jarome Iginla (Canada)

    Miikka Kiprusoff (Finland)

    Olli Jokinen (Finland)

    Carolina

    Joni PItkanen (Finland)

    Tuomo Ruutu (Finland)

    Eric Staal (Canada)

    Chicago

    Marian Hossa (Slovakia)

    Patrick Kane (America)

    Duncan Keith (Canada)

    Tomas Kopecky (Slovakia)

    Brent Seabrook (Canada)

    Jonathan Toews (Canada)

    Colorado

    Petr Budaj (Slovakia)

    Ruslan Salei (Belarus)

    Paul Stastny (America)

    Columbus

    Jan Hejda (Czech Republic)

    Milan Jurcina (Slovakia)

    Frederik Modin (Sweden)

    Richard Nash (Canada)

    Samuel Pahlsson (Sweden)

    Fedor Tyutin (Russia)

    Dallas

    Loui Eriksson (Sweden)

    Jere Lehtinen (Finland)

    Brendan Morrow (Canada)

    Karlis Skrastins (Latvia)

    Detroit

    Pavel Datsyuk (Russia)

    Valtteri Filppula (Finland)

    Tomas Holmstrom (Sweden)

    Niklas Kronweall (Sweden)

    Nicklas Lidstrom (Sweden)

    Brian Rafalski (America)

    Henrik Zetterberg (Sweden)

    Edmonton

    Denis Grebeshkov (Russia)

    Lubomir Visnovsky (Slovakia)

    Florida

    Tomas Vokoun (Czech Republic)

    Dennis Seidenberg (Germany)

    Los Angeles

    Dustin Brown (America)

    Andrew Doughty (Canada)

    MIchal Handzus (Slovakia)

    Jack Johnson (America)

    Jonathan Quick (America)

    Minnesota

    Niklas Backstrom (Finland)

    Martin Havlat (Czech Republic)

    Mikko Koivu (Finland)

    Antti Miettinen (Finland)

    Marek Zidlicky (Czech Republic)

    Montreal

    Jaroslav Halak (Slovakia)

    Sergei Kostitsyn (Belarus)

    Andrei Markov (Russia)

    Tomas Plekanec (Czech Republic)

    Nashville

    Martin Erat (Czech Republic)

    Marcel Goc (Germany)

    Patric Hornqvist (Sweden)

    Ryan Suter (America)

    Shea Weber (Canada)

    New Jersey

    Martin Brodeur (Canada)

    Patrik Elias (Czech Republic)

    Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia)

    Jamie Langenbrunner (America)

    Johnny Oduya (Sweden)

    Zachary Parise (America)

    NY Islanders

    Mark Streit (Switzerland)

    NY Rangers

    Ryan Callahan (America)

    Christopher Drury (America)

    Marian Gaborik (Slovakia)

    Henrik Lundqvist (Sweden)

    Ottawa

    Daniel Alfredsson (Sweden)

    Filip Kuba (Czech Republic)

    Milan Michalek (Czech Republic)

    Jarkko Ruutu (Finland)

    Anton Volchenkov (Russia)

    Philadelphia

    Oskars Bartulis (Latvia)

    Christopher Pronger (Canada)

    Michael Richards (Canada)

    Kimmo Timonen (Finland)

    Phoenix

    Ilya Bryzgalov (Russia)

    Sami Lepisto (Finland)

    Zbynek Michalek (Czech Republic)

    Pittsburgh

    Sidney Crosby (Canada)

    Marc-Andre Fleury (Canada)

    Sergei Gonchar (Russia)

    Evgeni Malkin (Russia)

    Brooks Orpik (America)

    Saint Louis

    David Backes (America)

    Erik Johnson (America)

    Roman Polak (Czech Republic)

    San Jose

    Daniel Boyle (Canada)

    Thomas Greiss (Germany)

    Dany Heatley (Canada)

    Patrick Marleau (Canada)

    Douglas Murray (Sweden)

    Evgeny Nabokov (Russia)

    Joseph Pavelski (America)

    Joseph Thornton (Canada)

    Tampa Bay

    Ryan Malone (America)

    Andrej Meszaros (Slovakia)

    Antero Niittymaki (Finland)

    Matthias Ohlund (Sweden)

    Toronto

    Jonas Gustavsson (Sweden)

    Tomas Kaberle (Czech Republic)

    Philip Kessel (America)

    Vancouver

    Pavol Demitra (Slovakia)

    Christian Ehrhoff (Germany)

    Ryan Kesler (America)

    Roberto Luongo (Canada)

    Sami Salo (Finland)

    Daniel Sedin (Sweden)

    Henrik Sedin (Sweden)

    Washington

    Nicklas Backstrom (Sweden)

    Thomas Fleischmann (Czech Republic)

    Alexander Ovechkin (Russia)

    Alexander Semin (Russia)

    Semyon Varlamov (Russia)

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  • 1 decade ago

    All 30 NHL teams have players in the 2010 Olympics. The New York Islanders have the least amount, with Mark Streit (Switzerland) being the only player there.

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  • mizer
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    3 years ago

    Moose seems to have nailed it with the link to back to back it up, even though countless the Olympians have been traded simply by fact then. BA. i pass to wager the Sens are in for a hard year and could seize the 1st %..

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  • 1 decade ago

    Yeah, I bet there's plenty.

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