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Adam Oates

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Hall of Fame center Adam Oates played in the NHL for 19 years from 1985-2004. He was five times named an All-Star and in 2017 was named by the NHL one of the 100 Greatest Hockey Players ever. 

Alan Hobson

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Alan Hobson climbed the tallest peaks in North and South America, Alaska’s Mt. McKinley and Argentina’s Mt. Aconcagua. He is a cancer survivor & climb back from cancer coach. 

Brendan Shanahan

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Hall of Fame NHL winger Brendan Shanahan won three Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings. He also won a World Championship and Olympic gold medal as a member of Team Canada. 

Brian Burke

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Brian Burke is a current broadcaster and longtime NHL executive who worked for several NHL teams, including Calgary, Toronto and Anaheim, for whom he won a Stanley Cup in 2006-2007. 

Cammi Granato

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Cammi Granato helped lead the United States women's ice hockey team to a gold medal at the 1998 Olympics. She was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall fo Fame in 2008, the first female to be so honored. 

Catriona Le May Doan

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Catriona Le May Doa won back-to-back Olympic speed skating gold medals in the 500 meters in 1998 and 2002. She was the first Canadian to successfully defend a gold medal in an individual event. 

Craig Conroy

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Craig Conroy played in the NHL from 1994-2011 for Montreal, St. Louis, Los Angeles and Calgary. He currently serves as Assistant General Manager for the Flames. 

Craig Simpson

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Craig Simpson is a retired winger who played 10 seasons in the NHL for the Pittsburgh Penguins, Edmonton Oilers and the Buffalo Sabres. He is currently a broadcast analyst on Hockey Night in Canada. 

Dennis Hull

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Dennis Hull is a retired NHL left winger who spent most of his career with the Chicago Blackhawks. He is the brother of Bobby Hull and played together in Chicago for eight seasons. 

Don Cherry

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One of the best-known sportscasters in Canada, Don Cherry co-hosted the "Coach's Corner" intermission segment with Ron MacLean from 1986-2019 on CBC's "Hockey Night in Canada." 

Doug Gilmour

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Doug Gimour is a Hall of Fame center who played in the NHL from 1983-2003. He is best remembered for his time with the Toronto Maple Leafs and won a Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames. 

Eric Lindros

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Eric Lindros played for the Philadelphia Flyers from 1992 - 2000. The 7-time All Star was the 4th fastest player in NHL history to score both 300 and 400 points. 

Gilbert Perreault

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Hall of Fame center Gilbert Perreault played for the Buffalo Sabres for 17 seasons and led the team to 11 straight playoff appearances. He was a member of the Sabres\' famed \"French Connection\". 

Hayley Wickenheiser

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Hayley Wickenheiser is considered among the greatest female hockey players ever to play the sport. She competed for Canada in five Olympics, winning four straight gold medals plus one silver. 

John Amatt

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John Amatt is a word-class adventurer who has led expeditions around the world and achieved many firsts, including the ascent of Norway's "Vertical Mile" Troll Wall and the first Canadian expedition to Mount Everest. 

Lanny McDonald

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Lanny McDonald is a Hall of Fame winger who played from 1973-1989 for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Colorado Rockies & Calgary Flames. His 66 goals in 1982–1983 set a Calgary franchise record, which still stands today. 

Marcel Dionne

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Marcel Dionne is a Hall of Fame hockey center who played 18 seasons for the Detroit Red Wings, Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers. 

Mike Bossy

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Hall of Famer Mike Bossy played his entire career for the New York Islanders from 1977-1987 and played an important role in the franchise winning four straight Stanley Cups in the early 1980s. 

Patrick Roy

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One of hockey's all-time great goalies, Hall of Famer Patrick Roy spent 19 years from 1985-2003 playing for the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche, winning four Stanley Cups. 

Paul Coffey

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Paul Coffey is a Hall of Fame defenseman who was a four-time Stanley Cup Champion - three with Edmonton and one with Pittsburgh. 

Roberto Alomar

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Hall of Fame Second Baseman Roberto Alomar played from 1988–2004 for seven teams, including the Baltimore Orioles, Toronto Blue Jays and Cleveland Indians. He won two World Series with the Blue Jays. 

Ron MacLean

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Ron MacLean is one of the most-recognizable sportscasters in Canada as a result of his work for more than 30 years co-hosting the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's "Hockey Night in Canada". 

Theo Fleury

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Theo Fleury played in the NHL from 1988-2003, spending the majority of his career with the Calgary Flames. He was named an All-Star seven times and won a Stanley Cup with Calgary in 1989. 

Trevor Linden

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Trevor Linden played center and right wing in the NHL for 19 seasons from 1988-2008, most notably with the Vancouver Canucks. He was a two-time NHL All-Star and four-time Canucks MVP. 

Wendel Clark

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Wendel Clark played in the NHL from 1985 - 2000, most notably for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who retired his #17 jersey.