Re: State of the NHL
- Alone Wolf wrote:
> From: Alone Wolf <dropem27@...>1/2 US, 1/2 Cnadian. He has duel citizenship, just like Deadmarsh. I can't remember the story in
> >From: Frank TEX Liebmann <liebmann@...>
> <<The thing that amazes me is not the number of Europeans in the game today,
> but the number of US players. How many folks on the Stars were from the US
> this year?>>
> Just out of curiousity, where to do you class Brett Hull?????
his case, but Deadmarsh was rejected by the Canadians, so he played for the US. (even Don Cherry
was married to an American) Hull was born in Ontario, but he came up through the NCAA.
- On Wed, 23 Jun 1999, Kenneth R. Holdren wrote:
> At about the same time as Karmonos buying the AHL rights to Greensboro,Ottawa signed a deal with the Grand Rapids Griffins not too long ago.
> a deal was announced for next season with Carolina and the IHL
> Cincinnati Cyclones for, I believe, three seasons.
> Another NHL team announced an affliation deal with another IHL team the
> same week, I forget who.
There was some speculation on the ECHL list that one of the reasons why
the Sens signed one season wondergoalie Patrick LaLime recently was
because he had been a favorite with the Griffins during an independant
tour of duty there.