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League announced remaining 67 legends at gala event in Los Angeles

by LA Kings /

LOS ANGELES -- The 67 remaining members of the 100 Greatest NHL Players were unveiled Friday night at NHL100 presented by GEICO.

The 67, who played predominantly from 1967-present, were introduced during the event at the Microsoft Theatre.

The first 33 members, who played predominantly during the NHL's first half century, from 1917-1966, were named on Jan. 1 at the Centennial Classic in Toronto.

Here are the players unveiled Friday:

* Played for the LA Kings


Sidney Crosby
Patrick Kane
Duncan Keith
Alex Ovechkin
Jonathan Toews
Jaromir Jagr


Martin Brodeur
Pavel Datsyuk
Nicklas Lidstrom
Chris Pronger
Teemu Selanne


1990s Centers
Sergei Fedorov
Peter Forsberg
Ron Francis
Mario Lemieux
Eric Lindros
Mike Modano
Joe Nieuwendyk
Adam Oates
Joe Sakic
Mats Sundin
Steve Yzerman


1990s Wings
Pavel Bure
Brett Hull
Luc Robitaille*
Brendan Shanahan

Tweet from @LAKings: There it is ��


1990s Goalies
Dominik Hasek
Patrick Roy


1990s Defensemen
Chris Chelios
Brian Leetch
Scott Niedermayer
Scott Stevens


1980s Goalies
Grant Fuhr*
Billy Smith*


1980s Defensemen
Ray Bourque 
Paul Coffey*
Al MacInnis
Denis Potvin
Borje Salming


1980s Centers
Wayne Gretzky*
Pat LaFontaine
Mark Messier
Denis Savard
Peter Stastny
Bryan Trottier


1980s Wings
Mike Bossy
Mike Gartner
Jari Kurri*

Tweet from @LAKings: Two former #LAKings on the #NHL100: Jari Kurri and the Great One himself. 

1970s Centers
Bobby Clarke
Marcel Dionne*
Phil Esposito
Jacques Lemaire
Stan Mikita
Gilbert Perreault
Jean Ratelle
Darryl Sittler

Tweet from @LAKings: The first #LAKings player on the #NHL100 list: Marcel Dionne! 

1970s Wings
Yvan Cournoyer
Bob Gainey
Bobby Hull 
Guy Lafleur 


1970s Goalies
Ken Dryden
Tony Esposito
Bernie Parent


1970s Defensemen
Bobby Orr
Brad Park
Larry Robinson*
Serge Savard

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