NHL players in 2010, 2006, 2002, 1998 Olympics

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NHL PLAYERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN 2010 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES

Anaheim Ducks (8): Ryan Getzlaf (Canada), Jonas Hiller (Switzerland), Saku Koivu (Finland), Scott Niedermayer (Canada), Corey Perry (Canada), Bobby Ryan (USA), Teemu Selanne (Finland), Ryan Whitney (USA).

Atlanta Thrashers (5): Maxim Afinogenov (Russia), Tobias Enstrom (Sweden), Pavel Kubina (Czech Republic), Johnny Oduya (Sweden), Ondrej Pavelec (Czech Republic).

Boston Bruins (6): Patrice Bergeron (Canada), Zdeno Chara (Slovakia), David Krejci (Czech Republic), Miroslav Satan (Slovakia), Marco Sturm (Germany), Tim Thomas (USA).

Buffalo Sabres (5): Jochen Hecht (Germany), Toni Lydman (Finland), Ryan Miller (USA), Andrej Sekera (Slovakia), Henrik Tallinder (Sweden).

Calgary Flames (3): Niklas Hagman (Finland), Jarome Iginla (Canada), Miikka Kiprusoff (Finland).

Carolina Hurricanes (4): Tim Gleason (USA), Joni Pitkanen (Finland), Tuomo Ruutu (Finland), Eric Staal (Canada).

Chicago Blackhawks (6): Marian Hossa (Slovakia), Patrick Kane (USA), Duncan Keith (Canada), Tomas Kopecky (Slovakia), Brent Seabrook (Canada), Jonathan Toews (Canada).

Colorado Avalanche (3): Peter Budaj (Slovakia), Ruslan Salei (Belarus), Paul Stastny (USA).

Columbus Blue Jackets (6): Jan Hejda (Czech Republic), Milan Jurcina (Slovakia), Fredrik Modin (Sweden), Rick Nash (Canada), Samuel Pahlsson (Sweden), Fedor Tyutin (Russia).

Dallas Stars (4): Loui Eriksson (Sweden), Jere Lehtinen (Finland), Brenden Morrow (Canada), Karlis Skrastins (Latvia).

Detroit Red Wings (8): Pavel Datsyuk (Russia), Valtteri Filppula (Finland), Tomas Holmstrom (Sweden), Niklas Kronwall (Sweden), Nicklas Lidstrom (Sweden), Brian Rafalski (USA), Ole Kristian Tollefsen (Norway), Henrik Zetterberg (Sweden).

Edmonton Oilers (2): Denis Grebeshkov (Russia), Lubomir Visnovsky (Slovakia).

Florida Panthers (2): Dennis Seidenberg (Germany), Tomas Vokoun (Czech Republic).

Los Angeles Kings (5): Dustin Brown (USA), Drew Doughty (Canada), Michal Handzus (Slovakia), Jack Johnson (USA), Jonathan Quick (USA).

Minnesota Wild (5): Niklas Backstrom (Finland), Martin Havlat (Czech Republic), Mikko Koivu (Finland), Antti Miettinen (Finland), Marek Zidlicky (Czech Republic).

Montreal Canadiens (5): Jaroslav Halak (Slovakia), Andrei Kostitsyn (Belarus), Sergei Kostitsyn (Belarus), Andrei Markov (Russia), Tomas Plekanec (Czech Republic).

Nashville Predators (6): Martin Erat (Czech Republic), Marcel Goc (Germany), Patric Hornqvist (Sweden), Alexander Sulzer (Germany), Ryan Suter (USA), Shea Weber (Canada).

New Jersey Devils (5): Martin Brodeur (Canada), Patrik Elias (Czech Republic), Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia), Jamie Langenbrunner (USA), Zach Parise (USA).

New York Islanders (1): Mark Streit (Switzerland).

New York Rangers (5): Ryan Callahan (USA), Chris Drury (USA), Marian Gaborik (Slovakia), Olli Jokinen (Finland), Henrik Lundqvist (Sweden).

Ottawa Senators (5): Daniel Alfredsson (Sweden), Filip Kuba (Czech Republic), Milan Michalek (Czech Republic), Jarkko Ruutu (Finland), Anton Volchenkov (Russia).

Philadelphia Flyers (4): Oskars Bartulis (Latvia), Chris Pronger (Canada), Mike Richards (Canada), Kimmo Timonen (Finland).

Phoenix Coyotes (3): Ilya Bryzgalov (Russia), Sami Lepisto (Finland), Zbynek Michalek (Czech Republic).

Pittsburgh Penguins (5): Sidney Crosby (Canada), Marc-Andre Fleury (Canada), Sergei Gonchar (Russia), Evgeni Malkin (Russia), Brooks Orpik (USA).

San Jose Sharks (8): Dan Boyle (Canada), Thomas Greiss (Germany), Dany Heatley (Canada), Patrick Marleau (Canada), Douglas Murray (Sweden), Evgeni Nabokov (Russia), Joe Pavelski (USA), Joe Thornton (Canada).

St. Louis Blues (3): David Backes (USA), Erik Johnson (USA), Roman Polak (Czech Republic).

Tampa Bay Lightning (4): Ryan Malone (USA), Andrej Meszaros (Slovakia), Antero Niittymaki (Finland), Mattias Ohlund (Sweden).

Toronto Maple Leafs (3): Jonas Gustavsson (Sweden), Tomas Kaberle (Czech Republic), Phil Kessel (USA).

Vancouver Canucks (7): Pavol Demitra (Slovakia), Christian Ehrhoff (Germany), Ryan Kesler (USA), Roberto Luongo (Canada), Sami Salo (Finland), Daniel Sedin (Sweden), Henrik Sedin (Sweden).

Washington Capitals (5): Nicklas Backstrom (Sweden), Tomas Fleischmann (Czech Republic), Alex Ovechkin (Russia), Alexander Semin (Russia), Semyon Varlamov (Russia).

NHL PLAYERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN 2006 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (5): Teemu Selanne (Finland); Sandis Ozolinsh (Latvia); Ilya Bryzgalov and Vitaly Vishnevski (Russia); Samuel Pahlsson (Sweden).

Atlanta Thrashers (4): Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia); Peter Bondra, Marian Hossa and Ronald Petrovicky (Slovakia); Niclas Havelid (Sweden).

Boston Bruins (2): Milan Jurcina (Slovakia); P.J. Axelsson (Sweden).

Buffalo Sabres (4): Toni Lydman and Teppo Numminen (Finland); Maxim Afinogenov (Russia); Chris Drury (United States).

Calgary Flames (3): Jarome Iginla and Robyn Regehr (Canada); Jordan Leopold (United States).

Carolina Hurricanes (5): Frantisek Kaberle (Czech Republic); Martin Gerber (Switzerland); Erik Cole, Bret Hedican and Doug Weight (United States).

Colorado Avalanche (10): Rob Blake and Joe Sakic (Canada); Milan Hejduk (Czech Republic); Antti Laaksonen (Finland); Vitaly Kolesnik (Kazakhstan), Karlis Skrastins (Latvia), David Aebischer (Switzerland), Peter Budaj and Marek Svatos (Slovakia); John-Michael Liles (United States).

Columbus Blue Jackets (4): Adam Foote and Rick Nash (Canada); David Vyborny (Czech Republic), Radoslav Suchy (Slovakia).

Dallas Stars (7): Marty Turco (Canada); Niklas Hagman, Jussi Jokinen, Niko Kapanen and Jere Lehtinen (Finland); Bill Guerin and Mike Modano (United States).

Detroit Red Wings (10): Kris Draper (Canada); Robert Lang (Czech Republic); Pavel Datsyuk (Russia); Tomas Holmstrom, Niklas Kronwall, Nicklas Lidstrom, Mikael Samuelsson and Henrik Zetterberg (Sweden); Chris Chelios and Mathieu Schneider (United States).

Edmonton Oilers (4): Chris Pronger and Ryan Smyth (Canada); Ales Hemsky and Jaroslav Spacek (Czech Republic).

Florida Panthers (5): Jay Bouwmeester and Roberto Luongo (Canada); Rostislav Olesz (Czech Republic), Olli Jokinen (Finland); Jozef Stumpel (Slovakia).

Los Angeles Kings (3): Pavol Demitra and Lubomir Visnovsky (Slovakia); Craig Conroy (United States).

Minnesota Wild (5): Filip Kuba (Czech Republic); Mikko Koivu (Finland); Marian Gaborik (Slovakia); Daniel Tjarnqvist (Sweden); Brian Rolston (United States).

Montreal Canadiens (6): Jan Bulis (Czech Republic); Saku Koivu (Finland); Alexei Kovalev and Andrei Markov (Russia); Mark Streit (Switzerland); Richard Zednik (Slovakia).

Nashville Predators (5): Martin Erat, Tomas Vokoun and Marek Zidlicky (Czech Republic); Kimmo Timonen (Finland); Danny Markov (Russia).

New Jersey Devils (6): Martin Brodeur (Canada); Patrik Elias (Czech Republic); Viktor Kozlov (Russia); Brian Gionta, Scott Gomez and Brian Rafalski (United States).

New York Islanders (5): Alexei Yashin (Russia); Miroslav Satan (Slovakia); Jason Blake, Rick DiPietro and Mark Parrish (United States).

New York Rangers (9): Jaromir Jagr, Marek Malik, Martin Rucinsky and Martin Straka (Czech Republic); Ville Nieminen (Finland); Darius Kasparaitis and Fedor Tyutin (Russia); Marcel Hossa (Slovakia); Henrik Lundqvist (Sweden).

Ottawa Senators (8): Dany Heatley and Wade Redden (Canada); Dominik Hasek (Czech Republic); Christoph Schubert (Germany); Anton Volchenkov (Russia); Zdeno Chara and Andrej Meszaros (Slovakia); Daniel Alfredsson (Sweden).

Philadelphia Flyers (6): Simon Gagne (Canada); Antero Niittymaki (Finland); Peter Forsberg (Sweden); Robert Esche, Derian Hatcher and Mike Knuble (United States).

Phoenix Coyotes (2): Shane Doan (Canada); Dennis Seidenberg (Germany).

Pittsburgh Penguins (2): Sergei Gonchar (Russia); Tomas Surovy (Slovakia).

San Jose Sharks (4): Joe Thornton (Canada); Christian Ehrhoff and Marcel Goc (Germany); Evgeni Nabokov (Russia).

St. Louis Blues (3): Petr Cajanek (Czech Republic); Christian Backman (Sweden); Keith Tkachuk (United States).

Tampa Bay Lightning (7): Vincent Lecavalier, Brad Richards and Martin St. Louis (Canada); Pavel Kubina and Vaclav Prospal (Czech Republic); Fredrik Modin (Sweden); John Grahame (United States).

Toronto Maple Leafs (6): Bryan McCabe (Canada); Tomas Kaberle (Czech Republic); Aki Berg (Finland); Nik Antropov (Kazakhstan); Mats Sundin and Mikael Tellqvist (Sweden).

Vancouver Canucks (6): Todd Bertuzzi (Canada); Jarkko Ruutu and Sami Salo (Finland); Mattias Ohlund, Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin (Sweden).

Washington Capitals (3): Olaf Kolzig (Germany); Alex Ovechkin (Russia); Ivan Majesky (Slovakia).

NHL PLAYERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN 2002 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (3): Ruslan Salei (Belarus), Paul Kariya (Canada), Oleg Tverdovsky (Russia).

Atlanta Thrashers (5): Milan Hnilicka (Czech Republic), Tomi Kallio and Pasi Nurminen (Finland), Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia), Lubos Bartecko (Slovakia).

Boston Bruins (5): Sergei Samsonov (Russia), Jozef Stumpel (Slovakia), P.J. Axelsson (Sweden), Bill Guerin and Brian Rolston (USA).

Buffalo Sabres (3): Richard Smehlik (Czech Republic), Maxim Afinogenov (Russia), Miroslav Satan (Slovakia).

Calgary Flames (2): Jarome Iginla (Canada), Igor Kravchuk (Russia).

Carolina Hurricanes (3): Sami Kapanen (Finland), Arturs Irbe (Latvia), Tom Barrasso (USA).

Chicago Blackhawks (6): Jaroslav Spacek (Czech Republic), Alexei Zhamnov and Boris Mironov (Russia), Michael Nylander (Sweden), Tony Amonte and Phil Housley (USA).

Colorado Avalanche (9): Adam Foote, Rob Blake and Joe Sakic (Canada), Martin Skoula and Milan Hejduk (Czech Republic), Ville Nieminen (Finland), Jaroslav Obsut (Slovakia), David Aebischer (Switzerland), Chris Drury (USA).

Dallas Stars (5): Ed Belfour and Joe Nieuwendyk (Canada), Martin Rucinsky (Czech Republic), Jere Lehtinen (Finland), Mike Modano (USA).

Detroit Red Wings (11): Brendan Shanahan and Steve Yzerman (Canada), Dominik Hasek (Czech Republic), Igor Larionov, Sergei Fedorov and Pavel Datsyuk (Russia), Nicklas Lidstrom, Fredrik Olausson and Tomas Holmstrom (Sweden), Chris Chelios and Brett Hull (USA).

Edmonton Oilers (7): Eric Brewer and Ryan Smyth (Canada), Janne Niinimaa and Jussi Markkanen (Finland), Jochen Hecht (Germany), Tommy Salo (Sweden), Tom Poti (USA).

Florida Panthers (5): Olli Jokinen and Niklas Hagman (Finland), Sandis Ozolinsh (Latvia), Pavel Bure and Valeri Bure (Russia).

Los Angeles Kings (6): Mikko Eloranta (Finland), Zigmund Palffy and Lubomir Visnovsky (Slovakia), Mattias Norstrom (Sweden), Adam Deadmarsh and Aaron Miller (USA).

Nashville Predators (3): Kimmo Timonen (Finland), Karlis Skrastins (Latvia), Mike Dunham (USA).

New Jersey Devils (5): Martin Brodeur and Scott Niedermayer (Canada), Petr Sykora and Patrik Elias (Czech Republic), Brian Rafalski (USA).

New York Islanders (5): Michael Peca (Canada), Roman Hamrlik (Czech Republic), Alexei Yashin and Oleg Kvasha (Russia), Kenny Jonsson (Sweden).

New York Rangers (8): Theoren Fleury and Eric Lindros (Canada), Radek Dvorak (Czech Republic), Vladimir Malakhov (Russia), Peter Smrek (Slovakia), Brian Leetch, Mike Richter and Mike York (USA).

Ottawa Senators (6): Martin Havlat (Czech Republic), Sami Salo and Jani Hurme (Finland), Marian Hossa (Slovakia), Daniel Alfredsson and Magnus Arvedson (Sweden).

Philadelphia Flyers (7): Simon Gagne (Canada), Roman Cechmanek and Jiri Dopita (Czech Republic), Kim Johnsson (Sweden), Ruslan Fedotenko (Ukraine), Jeremy Roenick and John LeClair (USA).

Phoenix Coyotes (4): Teppo Numminen and Ossi Vaananen (Finland), Danny Markov (Russia), Michal Handzus (Slovakia).

Pittsburgh Penguins (6): Mario Lemieux (Canada), Robert Lang and Jan Hrdina (Czech Republic), Alexei Kovalev and Darius Kasparaitis (Russia), Johan Hedberg (Sweden).

San Jose Sharks (6): Owen Nolan (Canada), Teemu Selanne (Finland), Marco Sturm (Germany), Marcus Ragnarsson and Niklas Sundstrom (Sweden), Gary Suter (USA).

St. Louis Blues (7): Chris Pronger and Al MacInnis (Canada), Pavol Demitra (Slovakia), Sergei Varlamov (Ukraine), Keith Tkachuk, Scott Young and Doug Weight (USA).

Tampa Bay Lightning (3): Pavel Kubina (Czech Republic), Juha Ylonen (Finland), Nikolai Khabibulin (Russia).

Toronto Maple Leafs (7): Curtis Joseph (Canada), Robert Reichel and Tomas Kaberle (Czech Republic), Aki Berg and Jyrki Lumme (Finland), Mats Sundin and Mikael Renberg (Sweden).

Vancouver Canucks (4): Ed Jovanovski (Canada), Jarkko Ruutu (Finland), Markus Naslund and Mattias Ohlund (Sweden).

Washington Capitals (5): Jaromir Jagr (Czech Republic), Sergei Gonchar and Andrei Nikolishin (Russia), Ulf Dahlen (Sweden), Dmitri Khristich (Ukraine).

NHL PLAYERS WHO PARTICIPATED IN 1998 OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim (6): Ruslan Salei (Belarus); Teemu Selanne (Finland); Dmitri Mironov and Mikhail Shtalenkov (Russia); Tomas Sandstrom (Sweden); Guy Hebert (USA).

Boston Bruins (1): Ray Bourque (Canada).

Buffalo Sabres (4): Dominik Hasek and Richard Smehlik (Czech Republic); Alexei Zhitnik (Russia); Miroslav Satan (Slovakia).

Calgary Flames (5): Theoren Fleury (Canada); Valeri Bure and German Titov (Russia); Tommy Albelin and Michael Nylander (Sweden).

Carolina Hurricanes (2): Keith Primeau (Canada); Sami Kapanen (Finland).

Chicago Blackhawks (7): Sergei Krivokrasov, Andrei Trefilov and Alexei Zhamnov (Russia); Tony Amonte, Keith Carney, Chris Chelios and Gary Suter (USA).

Colorado Avalanche (9): Adam Foote, Patrick Roy and Joe Sakic (Canada); Jari Kurri (Finland); Uwe Krupp (Germany); Alexei Gusarov and Valeri Kamensky (Russia); Peter Forsberg (Sweden); Adam Deadmarsh (USA).

Dallas Stars (6): Joe Nieuwendyk (Canada); Jere Lehtinen and Juha Lind (Finland); Derian Hatcher, Jamie Langenbrunner and Mike Modano (USA).

Detroit Red Wings (3): Brendan Shanahan and Steve Yzerman (Canada); Nicklas Lidstrom (Sweden).

Edmonton Oilers (8): Curtis Joseph (Canada); Roman Hamrlik (Czech Republic); Andrei Kovalenko, Boris Mironov and Valeri Zelepukin (Russia); Mats Lindgren (Sweden); Bill Guerin and Doug Weight (USA).

Florida Panthers (3): Esa Tikkanen (Finland); Robert Svehla (Slovakia); John Vanbiesbrouck (USA)

Los Angeles Kings (5): Vladimir Tsyplakov (Belarus); Rob Blake (Canada); Aki Berg (Finland); Jozef Stumpel (Slovakia); Mattias Norstrom (Sweden).

Montreal Canadiens (4): Shayne Corson and Mark Recchi (Canada); Martin Rucinsky (Czech Republic); Saku Koivu (Finland).

New Jersey Devils (2): Martin Brodeur and Scott Stevens (Canada).

New York Islanders (6): Trevor Linden (Canada); Robert Reichel (Czech Republic); Sergei Nemchinov (Russia); Zigmund Palffy (Slovakia); Tommy Salo (Sweden); Bryan Berard (USA).

New York Rangers (6): Wayne Gretzky (Canada); Ulf Samuelsson and Niklas Sundstrom (Sweden); Pat LaFontaine, Brian Leetch and Mike Richter (USA).

Ottawa Senators (4): Janne Laukkenen (Finland); Igor Kravchuk and Alexei Yashin (Russia); Daniel Alfredsson (Sweden).

Philadelphia Flyers (7): Rod Brind’Amour, Eric Desjardins and Eric Lindros (Canada); Petr Svoboda (Czech Republic); Janne Niinimaa (Finland); John LeClair and Joel Otto (USA).

Phoenix Coyotes (4): Teppo Numminen and Juha Ylonen (Finland); Jeremy Roenick and Keith Tkachuk (USA).

Pittsburgh Penguins (8): Jaromir Jagr, Robert Lang, Jiri Slegr and Martin Straka (Czech Republic); Darius Kasparaitis and Alexei Morozov (Russia); Andreas Johansson (Sweden); Kevin Hatcher (USA).

San Jose Sharks (2): Marco Sturm (Germany); Marcus Ragnarsson (Sweden).

St. Louis Blues (4): Al MacInnis and Chris Pronger (Canada); Pavol Demitra (Slovakia); Brett Hull (USA).

Tampa Bay Lightning (3): Rob Zamuner (Canada); Mikael Andersson and Mikael Renberg (Sweden).

Toronto Maple Leafs (4): Martin Prochazka (Czech Republic); Dimitri Yushkevich (Russia); Mats Sundin (Sweden); Mathieu Schneider (USA).

Vancouver Canucks (3): Jyrki Lumme (Finland); Pavel Bure (Russia); Mattias Ohlund (Sweden).

Washington Capitals (5): Olaf Kolzig (Germany); Sergei Gonchar (Russia); Peter Bondra and Richard Zednik (Slovakia); Calle Johansson (Sweden).

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