MILWAUKEE ADMIRALS TEAM HISTORY

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  THE BEGINNING

The outlook wasn't brilliant for this group of guys playing hockey.

The Milwaukee Admirals, a semi-pro team that had been based out of the Wilson Park Arena on the South side of Milwaukee, were experiencing financial troubles after just three years in the Midwest-based United States Hockey League. Original team owner Erwin Merar, who owned and operated an appliance dealership, had sold the club early in their tenure in the USHL to Bill Chimo. Merar had renamed the team (originally known as the Milwaukee Wings in 1971) after the Admiral appliance line he sold at his store when he bought the team that year.

The club, made up of French Canadians and led by a blonde-haired flash named Phil Wittliff, managed to sneak into the USHL playoffs with a 23-25-0 record. They surprised the Northern Division regular season champion Sioux City in the first round, winning both games of the best of three series to advance to the semifinals. There, they beat Traverse City again, sweeping them aside in two games. Then, it was the USHL title series, best of five against Green Bay. The Miracle Admirals won all three games, becoming the first and only USHL team to sweep the playoffs in the league's history.

The best thing to come out of that championship run was the three people who would come to represent hockey in Milwaukee for the next three decades: Lloyd and Jane Pettit, and Phil Wittliff. Lloyd and Jane purchased the Admirals from Chimo after the 1976 championship run, and made the decision the following summer that they would move the team up from the USHL to the "higher" classification International Hockey League. The team nearly went out with a bang, losing to Grand Rapids in the finals by a 2 games to 1 margin, with three tie games. The USHL was planning on becoming a major junior league in 1978, and the Pettits wanted to remain owners of a professional team.

THE EARLY YEARS IN THE IHL

That first season in the IHL saw that leading scorer from their USHL days get his feet wet in the Admiral front offices: Phil Wittliff, rookie-of-the-year forward (and leading scorer) with the Admirals back in 1972-73. The history of the Admirals has centered on Wittliff on the ice, behind the bench and in the front office. With the exception of his time off after his near-fatal car accident in January of 1988, Phil has been the guiding force in on-ice hockey operations, acting as head coach and general manager numerous times during his tenure with the Admirals. The 1996-97 was his last as the head coach of the team, but he continues on as Executive VP and General Manager of the squad.

The Admirals got a new logo for the move to the IHL (the famous sailor on skates), and a new home at the Milwaukee Exposition and Convention Center and Arena, now known as the U.S. Cellular Arena. The Admirals made it into the Turner Cup Playoffs that season under head coach Gene Ubriaco (who is now part of the ownership group of longtime IHL and AHL rival Chicago), but lost to eventual champion Toledo.

Wittliff's finest moment in the IHL was in 1982-83, when he had Daniel Lecours scoring a team record 75 goals (which still stands as the IHL single-season record) and teammate Dale Yakiwchuk adding 100 assists (also a team record). Along with goalie Rich Sirois, they led the Western Division winning Admirals into the Turner Cup finals, only to lose to Toledo in six games. It was the closest the Admirals ever came in their 24 seasons in the IHL to winning the Turner Cup.

The fact that the Admirals never won the cup is one of the low points in Admiral history, but it isn't the lowest in the Turner Cup playoffs of 1979-80, the Admirals forfeited the last two games of their quarterfinal series with Saginaw. The IHL made up an excuse that the Admirals refused to play because of ice conditions, and forfeited the series. However, Lloyd Pettit's complaint wasn't with the ice as much as it was with the players on the ice. The Admirals were getting roughed up badly. Six of the Gears' players had over 100 PIM in the regular season, including Mel Hewitt with 504. Pettit demanded that Saginaw forfeit the remaining two games in the series because of the rough play. The IHL declined, and Lloyd chose to refuse to play the final two games. Some long-time Admiral fans contend that this is the reason why the Admirals never won the Turner Cup the officials never forgot Pettit's actions, and didn't let him forget it.

Lecours still holds the team record for most points as a member of the Admirals, with remarkable regular season totals of 445 goals and 814 points combined between his time in the USHL and the IHL for Milwaukee. The next closest player, the indomitable Fred Berry, has 225 goals and 605 points but is the team's all-time leader in playoff goal scoring (19).

THE PETTITS AND THE BRADLEY CENTER

Lloyd Pettit wasn't exactly an out-of-sight, stay-in-the-office owner. A sequence of events (threats of the Bucks leaving Milwaukee, and some disappointing seasons by the Admirals) all led to the building of "Lloyd's Palace of Hockey," the Bradley Center. The Bradley Center is named after Jane Bradley-Pettit's father, Harry L. Bradley, who was co-founder of Allen-Bradley Corporation in Milwaukee. The octagonal shape of the building, along with the octagonal shapes of windows and architectural styles, are all a homage to the logo of the Allen-Bradley company (now owned by Rockwell International).

On March 4, 1989, the Admirals drew the largest crowd (at the time) to see an IHL hockey game (17, 845) against the Saginaw Hawks. In fact, up until the fall of 1994, the Admirals had 11 of the top 12 single game IHL attendances all-time at the Bradley Center. The Detroit Vipers smashed that record with 11 sellouts of the Palace at Auburn Hills in 1994-95. The 54 wins by the Admirals in 1989 is still a franchise record, as is the 113 points in the standings from that season. It took the defending Turner Cup champion Salt Lake Golden Eagles to knock the Admirals out in the IHL semifinals that season.

Many have said there isn't a bad seat in the house at the Bradley Center. They're wrong: If you get tickets in the upper deck (sections 409, 413, 431 or 435), and you have row U tickets, don't go if you're afraid of heights. The Bradley Center's top row is so high that the Admirals used its roof to get a panoramic background for the cover of the team's 1993-94 program. You may need a sherpa guide to get up to those seats. The Admirals now have a policy of not selling the upper deck seats unless all tickets in the lower bowl are filled which has not happened much in recent years.

THE INDEPENDENT ADMIRALS

In 1992-93, the Admirals decided to buck the trend of relying on NHL affiliation to fill their roster and went independent, finding players from around the world to play in the IHL for their first exposure to North American play. One of them, goaltender Mikhail Shtalenkov, won rookie-of-the-year honors and set a franchise record with a 3.03 goals against average and an .897 save percentage that was second overall in team history. He was signed by the NHL's Mighty Ducks of Anaheim to back up Guy Hebert the next season.

1993 also saw the beginning of the funniest ad campaign ever to hit the airwaves of Milwaukee. Bob Uecker walked into Lloyd Pettit's "office" at the Bradley Center and told him he was going to help out an old broadcasting buddy in publicizing the Admirals. (Lloyd's response was, "Do I know you?"). The whole Uecker ad campaign, including Uecker "helping" to sharpen skates, driving the Zamboni, going with the team on a road trip (via the team's luggage), and dreaming of playing with the Admirals, was probably one of the most amusing (if not most successful) ad campaigns in the IHL.

The ads played out a little like the Lite beer commercials, but no, Ueck hasn't been forced to sit in the "front rooow" nosebleed seats of the Bradley Center in these ads. Actually, it went one worse a few of the ads had him in the catwalks high above the Admirals' goal (dropping papers on an unsuspecting Admirals goalie). In another ad, he takes control of the Jumbotron scoreboard and the Milwaukee Admirals Victory, the team "blimp" that drops prizes on fans as it flies around the BC during intermissions. The sight of the blimp chasing around a referee makes the whole commercial. Ten years after the commercials began airing, the Admirals auctioned off the "plaid" uniforms that were featured in one of the commercials (playing on Ueck's trademark plaid sportcoats which even he no longer wears).

In 1995-96, the Admirals won their third division title in four seasons despite losing three straight at season's end. The road to the Turner Cup turned out to be tougher than the Admirals thought. The Peoria Rivermen, the team that left the IHL for the ECHL, won their Conference Quarterfinal series with a fluky goal in the third period of the final game to send the Admirals home for the summer.

The biggest news during the off-season of 1996-97 was the departure of team captain Gino Cavallini to play in Europe. Former Hobey Baker award winner (and team captain) Tony Hrkac, Peter Douris, IHL All-Star Chris Luongo took up the slack in his absence. Veteran IHL goalie Danny Lorenz set new Admiral records for games played in goal (67, obliterating Sirois' record in 1981-82), shots faced and most shootout wins. He also was the first Admiral goalie in years to win 30 games (33-27-6). The Admirals set a team record in 1996-97 with 15 shootout wins, an area that was a perennial sore spot for the team since the IHL began using the shootout as a method of resolving tie games. Despite all of this, the Long Beach Ice Dogs swept the Ads in the first round the clincher coming in a scoreless game in regulation.

During the Summer of 1997, Phil Wittliff stepped down as the head coach of the Admirals. By August, a new head coach had been found Al Sims, the former head coach of the Turner Cup champion Fort Wayne Komets (and former member of the "Big Bad Bruins" of the early 1970's). One of the first things Sims stated he would emphasize for the 1997-98 season was defense and after the first month of play, the Ads were tied for fewest goals against in the league.

It looked for a while like the Admirals would be a decent team then the leading scorer, Joe Frederick, refused to sign a full- season contract with the team when his 25-game contract expired. The Admirals traded for Martin Gendron, who came from the Chicago Blackhawks and immediately made an impact with the team. The problem was that, despite a lot of quality players, there was no focal point to the team. There did seem to be a curse if you were the team's leading scorer, you'd be gone within a few days. The Admirals did manage to win their first-round series with Houston, but got knocked out in six games by eventual Turner Cup champion Chicago in the Conference Semis.

THE PREDATORS AND THE END OF THE IHL

The Admirals signed an affiliation deal with the expansion Nashville Predators during the 1998 off-season. The move was motivated by Predators owner Craig Leipold, who is from Wisconsin and has a home just south of Milwaukee. The Predators gave the Admirals some quality players, including European stars like Vitali Yachmenev, Kimmo Timonen, Tomas Vokoun and Karlis Skrastins, along with veteran minor leaguers like Craig Darby, Eric Fichaud and Jason Cipolla. The Predators also placed some good young talent on the Ads, like Matt Henderson, Petr Sykora, David Gosselin, Marian Cisar (the first player signed by the Predators) and Mark Mowers, who was awarded the IHL's Ken McKenzie Trophy as the American-born Rookie of the Year. "The Mouse" is one of players in the Predators era to tally 150 or more regular season points; his 151 trail only Darren Haydar (276) and Greg Classen and Simon Gamache (167).

The affiliation also saw the end of the "original" Admirals logo and jersey, replaced by the "Sailor Head" logo. The logo, by most opinions, looks a bit too much like the "Patriot Head" logo of New England of the NFL. The logo, along with the sabers on the shoulders and the "waves" on the bottom of the uniforms, are at the best unique and at the worst eyesores. At the very least, the Admiral, though he is no longer "skating", is still at the heart of the team's identity.

Though injury problems plagued the Predators during part of their inaugural season, causing Vokoun, Doug Friedman, Fichaud, Skrastins, Henderson and Mowers to be called up at times during the season, the Admirals posted a very respectable record. However, the revamped (for the umpteenth time) Turner Cup playoffs found the Admirals out before they even knew it, losing a best-of-three series to Manitoba.

The 1999-2000 season was, unfortunately, more of the same for the Admirals. It was also the beginning of the whispers about the IHL itself. The league had dropped to two divisions of 13 teams, and long-time rival Fort Wayne had left the league in favor of a lower-classification league, the UHL. Then came the news that Lloyd and Jane Pettit had filed for divorce. The settlement of the divorce led to Lloyd divesting himself of the team, and Jane taking over the team's ownership. It also led to a new play-by-play announcer Brian Manthey, who also took on the job as team PR director.

The first round of the 2000 playoffs was surreal, as each of the "best-of-three" games in the series vs. Cleveland went into overtime. The crushing blow was when the Admirals lost several key players in the vicious overtime contest in game 2 at the BC, which let to the Admirals loss in game three. The off-season saw Sims fired as Head Coach, replaced by former UHL coach Davey Allison. What was ironic was that both had led the Fort Wayne Komets to playoff championships in different leagues.

The 2001 season was the season of the goalie for the Admirals, as the combination of Chris Mason (2.35 GAA, .920 save percentage) and Jan Lasak (2.61, .913) gave the Admirals their lowest goals-against total since joining the IHL. Mason set the career shutout mark for Admiral goalies with 10 in his four years in net.

The Milwaukee Admirals played their final International Hockey League game on April 27, 2001, at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. The Chicago Wolves defeated the Admirals 5-2 in front of 4,502 fans. Mike Watt scored the Admirals' final IHL goal, on assists from Ville Peltonen and Bubba Berenzweig, with 3:43 gone in the 3rd period. The story of the night was Steve Larouche's hat trick, which sealed the game and the series for the Wolves, who eventually lost the Turner Cup finals to Orlando.

The Admirals posted their last-ever IHL win three days before, on April 24, 2001, at the Bradley Center. Peltonen, Jason Goulet and fan-favorite (and future Predator) Jeremy Stevenson scored three unanswered goals in the last ten minutes of the third period to give the Admirals the 3-1 win. The Admirals were, at that point, only one game down to the Wolves in the best-of-seven series. However, the Admirals lost two nights later at the Bradley Center, 3-2, to essentially give the series to the Wolves. Alexander Boikov scored the final Admirals goal and final IHL goal at the Bradley Center with 11:16 to go in the 3rd of game five, but it wasn't enough.

A NEW LEAGUE AND UNCERTAIN TIMES

Three major events happened to the Admirals during that uncertain summer of 2001. On June 4, three days after a conference call ended the International Hockey League, the Admirals became the newest members of the American Hockey League, along with five of their IHL rivals (Chicago, Grand Rapids, Manitoba, Houston and Utah). Then, on September 8, 2001, their long-time owner, Jane Pettit-Bradley, died at her home in River Hills at the age of 82. Three days later, of course, the entire country was upended by the attacks on New York City and Washington.

The last two events had a major effect on the financial situation of the team. Jane set up the Pettit-Bradley trust before her death. The trust was intended to be able to run the team for 10 years, as this was a requirement the AHL placed on the franchise for joining the league. Unfortunately, the bad economy that followed 9/11, along with the nose-dive in the bond markets the following year, drained the trust of much of its funds. The team was been forced to cut way back in its hockey operations department, to the point where in 2005 they were forced to lay off long-time Admirals secretary and ticket sales manager Fran Eddy. The front office consisted of only a handful of permanent staff, with several non-paid interns.

On the ice, the 2002 season was the first time since 1988 that the Admirals did not make the post-season. The AHL set its playoff format for 2002 that only the top 10 teams in each conference would make the playoffs, and the Ads struggled to get within shouting distance of that. The Admirals were eliminated from the post-season on April 3, 2002 with a loss to Houston. The Admirals did make the playoffs the following year in 2003, winning their first ever AHL post-season series against the Rochester Americans, two games to one. They were promptly swept in the quarterfinals by eventual Calder Cup champion Houston. AHL Rookie of the Year winner Darren Haydar led the club with 29 goals and 75 points.

FINALLY!

The team honored its past in late 2003 when the decision was made to retire the numbers of Admiral greats Gino Cavallini, Fred Berry, Kevin Willison and Mike McNeill. On two special retirement ceremonies one in December, one in February the four had their names lifted to the rafters besides that of Lecours and Wittliff. In another nod to the past, veteran Tony Hrkac came out of a semi-retirement to play for the Admirals once again. Hrkac is the team's all-time leading playoff scorer with 40 points in 51 playoff games.

The Admirals, led by newcomers Mathieu Darche, Curtis Murphy and Timofei Shishkanov and veteran goalie Wade Flaherty, won the American Hockey League's MacKenzie Trophy for the best overall regular season record in the league in 2003-04. Flaherty had the best season of any Admirals goalie in history, posting 21 wins in 36 games, a 2.18 GAA and a save percentage of .922.

The team needed all seven games in the Division Semifinals to get past the hot goaltending of Ilya Bryzgalov and the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks. Though they were bruised and beaten by the Chicago Wolves in the Division Finals the series featured two double-overtime games, a game with 197 penalty minutes, another with 132 and several suspensions on both sides they managed to advance to the AHL Western Conference Finals against Rochester. After splitting the first two games of the series, the Admirals swept all three games in New York the first two were played at the Amerks' NHL parent club's arena in Buffalo to advance to their first Calder Cup finals and their first finals appearance since 1983.

It was in the finals that the Admirals finally erupted. After the game one overtime winner by Matthieu Darche to redirect Curtis Murphy's shot on Wilkes-Barre/Scranton goalie Andy Chiodo, the Ads took advantage of a disorganized Penguins team to win game two by an 8-4 margin.

The floodgates opened in that game after fan-favorite Vernon Fiddler scored a short-handed goal on Chiodo early in the second period. Penguins coach Michel Therrien who played a grand total of two games with the Admirals in 1985-86 pulled Chiodo and sent in Sebastien Caron. The Admirals then lit up Caron like it was Christmas time, taking a 6-1 lead into the final period.

Coach Claude Noel mentioned after the series was over that he felt that the goal was the turning point because Therrien essentially "lost" his team when he pulled Chiodo. He lost more than that in the third when, after several chippy penalties and two quick goals made it a 7-3 game, Noel called a time out to regroup his defense. Therrien went berserk, climbing over the partition between the benches and calling Noel several very nasty names, threatening to come over and attack him. The officials saw this and had Therrien thrown out of the game. Therrien had a few very unprintable words for the referees as well. The Admirals scored on the ensuing power play, and though the Penguins did get a late goal after another donnybrook had claimed a few players, Milwaukee hung on for the win.

Therrien had a very terse and profanity-laden post-game press conference, and promised revenge in game three at Wilkes-Barre. However, cooler heads (and the presence of Admirals enforcer Raitis Ivanans in the lineup) prevailed. Game three turned into a hard fought battle that was decided in overtime by Darren Haydar at 8:54 of the first overtime.

June 6, 2004, will be a date remembered by Admirals fans forever as the team came out and scored early and often. Goals by Greg Zanon, Classen, Wyatt Smith, Haydar (twice), Brandon Segal and Simon Gamache sealed the deal and gave Milwaukee its first ever high-level minor league championship. Wade Flaherty, who won each of the 16 games for the Admirals, was named the playoff MVP. The late radio announcer Kyle Schultz couldn't contain himself when the final seconds ticked away, and actually lost his voice as the horn sounded.

THE FUTURE OF HOCKEY IN MILWAUKEE

Some would say that the Admirals have been a star-crossed team, never winning the coveted IHL Turner Cup despite being the oldest team in the league at its demise. The attitude towards hockey in the Brew City has slowly grown tepid over the years, and crowds are not close to what they were in their heyday in the IHL, and the 17,800 seats are usually well under capacity. Attendance dropped every year from the last season in the IHL (an average of 7,039), to 6,329 in the first AHL season of 2002; 5,073 in 2003, and a all-time low at the BC of only 4,754 per game in 2004.

Talk about improvements to the Bradley Center have focused on the arena's primary tenants, the Milwaukee Bucks. The Admirals relationship with the Bucks is rather one-sided; the Bucks get all of the revenues from concession and merchandise sales during games, and the Admirals are only working on an oral agreement with the Bradley Center board to remain in the building. Though the building was built for the Bucks, the BC is undoubtedly the Admirals' home.

Numerous people believe the BC is outdated, and issues with the Bradley Center board have caused at least one of its tenants to leave; the Milwaukee Wave chose in 2004 to move across State Street to the U.S. Cellular Arena for its home games.

There was hope as the 2004-05 season started, even as the chaos of the NHL lockout swirled around the team. The championship banner was raised to the roof on opening night, and the team received their rings the next day in Nashville. The Admirals had a solid team in defense of their first championship since 1976. Simon Gamache tallied 86 points the highest such total in team history since Hrkac scored 88 in 1997. Brian Finley came into his own as a goaltender, winning a franchise-record 36 games and breaking Mason's career shutout mark with his 11th blanking.

Their title defense ended on a very sour note: the Admirals lost their first round playoff series with Cincinnati on a last-second goal in game seven at the Bradley Center. The playoff series win by the Ducks was their first and last, as the team disbanded over the off-season and Anaheim moved their affiliation to Portland. Even as their hopes at another Cup was dashed, the future of the franchise looked bright: a group of investors, led by Harris J. Turer, purchased the Admirals from the Bradley-Pettit Trust. The group, which includes new Brewers owner Mark Attanasio and Brewer ace pitcher Ben Sheets, is committed to keeping hockey in Milwaukee for the long term.

Turer and new club president Jon Greenberg paid tribute to the original owners of the team by renaming the rink the Jane Bradley Pettit Rink at the Bradley Center, beginning with the 2005-06 season.

Not bad for a team that was once just a bunch of guys getting together to play some hockey at a local rink.

UPDATE: LAST HURRAHS AND NEW LOGOS

The 2005-06 season was an end to an era of sorts, as the core players from the Admirals' 2004 title team made one more run at the Calder Cup under head coach Claude Noel. The squad got off to a horrendous start, which was intensified by the sudden death of their play-by-play announcer, Kyle Schultz. As poorly as the team player in October, after Kyle's funeral the team took off and won several in a row to take first place in the Western Division.

Though the team dominated its division, they barely managed to get out of the first round against Iowa. The stellar substitute goaltending of Jake Moreland, who spent most of the year with Fresno of the ECHL, helped the Admirals advance after Brian Finley was hurt in game five.

When the Admirals' other goalie, rookie sensation Pekka Rinne, came back from a stint as the backup in Nashville, he backstopped the team to consecutive sweeps in the Division and Conference Finals, sending the team to the Calder Cup Finals for only the second time in franchise history.

Alas, a second hoisting on the Cup was not to be, as the Hershey Bears took advantage of a tired Rinne and a rusty Admirals team to take the championship in five games. The Bears skated off the Bradley Center ice as fans watched their heroes skate off some for the last time. The three leading scorers for the Admirals in the Nashville era Darren Haydar, Greg Classen and Simon Gamache all left for greener pastures. Classen and Gamache headed to Europe, while Haydar signed with the Atlanta Thrashers, who placed theim with their AHL affiliate Milwaukee's arch-rivals, the Chicago Wolves.

That those same Wolves swept the Admirals out of the first round of the playoffs in 2007 wasn't the main story of the new season, though. The Admirals set a record they would most likely prefer to forget: they lost an AHL-record 10 times in the shootout, and posted a combined total of 14 overtime and shootout losses on the season. The Admirals took a total of 29 games into the extra period (nine overtime and six shootout wins), also an AHL record.

The other new development on the 2007 season was the most obvious: the logo. The concept was simple: the cartoonish kid-like logo from the franchise's first season in the IHL, a round-faced kid in an admiral uniform, was found all these years later surfacing from the bottom of Lake Michigan or so the "story" went. The look, however, fooled no one it was a skeleton-like head with a black hat more symbolic of a pirate than an admiral.

There was a backlash against the logo, though many saw the color changes as necessary (and even welcome in some areas). An even bigger complaint about the new uniforms wasn't obvious until opening night, when the team revealed its shoulder uniform numbers were black on black on with a blue outline. It didn't help that there were so many new faces, fans couldn't tell players apart with or without a scorecard. The uniform numbers were changed for the 2008-09 season, along with an Admirals first - a "third jersey" featuring the full skating skeleton on a light-blue background.

Again, there was some uncertainty over the summer of 2008, as the financial meltdown has affected the bottom line of many sports franchises. What this would mean for the Admirals and the Bradley Center is unknown. For the immediate future, though, the Admirals and their ownership are committed to hockey in the Brew City.

 
Rest In Peace Kyle Schultz 1964-2005
"The Voice of The Admirals" Now and Forever

THE LOGOS OF THE MILWAUKEE ADMIRALS
Original Admirals Logo
1977-79
The Skatin' Sailor
Admiral Logo, 1979-1998
The Admiral Head Logo
Admiral Logo, 1998-Present
Courtesy of The Internet Hockey Database Webpage by Ralph Slate

MILWAUKEE ADMIRALS ALL-TIME ROSTER

(USHL, IHL and AHL through 2006-07)
PLAYER GP* PTS Leagues   PLAYER GP* PTS Leagues   PLAYER GP* PTS Leagues
Abid,Ramzi 57 49 AHL(07)   Guerriero,Jason 73 38 AHL(07)   Neumeier,Troy 78 10 IHL
Abrecht,Cliff 36 22 IHL   Guillet,Robert 71 40 IHL   Nichol,Scott 6 8 AHL
Adams,B.J. 4 0 IHL   Guilmette,Yves 9 0 IHL   Nicklin,Brant 1 0 AHL
Adolfi,Richard 96 33 IHL   Gulash,Garry 4 0 IHL   Noble,John (1) 0 4 USHL
Agnew,Gary 82 59 IHL   Guy,Kevan 29 13 IHL   Noel,Claude 56 41 IHL
Agnew,Jim 101 26 IHL   Haggerty,Sean 76 50 IHL   Nord,Jeff 8 1 IHL
Aikia,Ryan 2 0 IHL   Halkidis,Bob 26 9 IHL   Notermann,Jason 7 3 AHL
Allard,Pierre 112 28 USHL-IHL   Hall,Adam 7 4 AHL   Nourislamov,Evgueni 1 0 AHL
Anderson,Erik 83 22 AHL   Halverson,Trevor 4 1 IHL   Odjick,Gino 17 11 IHL
Anderson,Gregg 1 0 IHL   Hamelin,Rene 116 25 IHL   O'driscoll,Dan 11 13 IHL
Anderson,John (1) 35 2 USHL   Hamhuis,Dan 144 78 AHL   O'Hearn,Mike (1) 17 21 USHL
Anderson,Shawn 79 61 IHL   Hamilton,Bruce 9 1 IHL   Ollson,John 55 41 IHL
Anderson,Steve (1) 19 7 USHL   Hanchuck,Tyler 1 0 AHL   O'Reilly,Cal 80 65 AHL(07)
Andersson,Jonas 174 55 IHL-AHL   Harbec,Bernie 14 9 IHL   O'sullivan,Gene 11 2 IHL
Angell,Nick 2 0 AHL   Harder,Mike 71 41 IHL   Paget,Derek 1 0 IHL
Anholt,Darrell 82 27 IHL   Harrison,Terry 9 2 AHL   Pagnutti,Matt 1 0 IHL
Antoski,Shawn 114 57 IHL   Hatcher,Mark 61 6 IHL   Paiement,Real 228 127 IHL
Aquin,Dave 22 15 IHL   Hauer,Brett 48 27 AHL   Pang,Darren 54 1 IHL
Archambault,Dave 59 16 IHL   Hawkins,Todd 163 86 IHL   Panov,Konstantin 82 37 AHL
Arkhipov,Denis 40 17 IHL   Haworth,Carey 62 45 IHL   Paranica,Grant 5 2 IHL
Armstrong,Chris 5 3 IHL   Haydar,Darren 293 276 AHL   Parent,Ryan (2) 0 0 AHL
Babcock,Shawn 8 3 IHL   Healey,Paul 76 39 IHL   Parillo,Nick 3 0 AHL
Baca,Jergus 214 88 IHL   Heisl,Wolfe 18 25 USHL   Parker,Gary (1) 0 0 USHL
Badeau,Rene 61 24 IHL   Helbling,Timo 127 11 AHL   Parker,Mike 11 2 IHL
Bader,Darin 4 0 IHL   Henderson,Jay 70 31 AHL   Parsons,Steve 2 1 IHL
Baker,Kevin 2 3 AHL(07)   Henderson,Matt 77 38 IHL   Patterson,Phil 66 27 IHL
Baker,Trevor 9 4 IHL   Hendricks,Matt 1 0 AHL   Pavlov,Evgeny 7 3 AHL
Bakovic,Peter 165 141 IHL   Henry,Alex 64 7 AHL(07)   Paynter,Kent 243 97 IHL
Bala,Chris 5 1 AHL   Henry,Burke 16 3 AHL   Pearson,Ted 68 41 IHL
Balon,Chick 16 3 IHL   Henry,Dale 49 16 IHL   Peerless,Blaine 246 143 IHL
Balon,Richard "Chick" 40 52 USHL   Henry,Daryl 4 2 IHL   Peeters,Pete (b) 33 4 IHL
Bannatyne,Jim 86 51 IHL   Herbst,David 14 6 IHL   Pelensky,Perry 82 60 IHL
Barber,Greg 6 0 AHL   Herniman,Steve 53 0 IHL   Peltonen,Ville 53 60 IHL
Baretta,Julian 6 1 IHL   Herter,Jason 56 25 IHL   Pepin,Daniel 11 1 USHL
Barrett,John 42 21 IHL   Hessler,Corey 16 4 AHL   Perrin,Ian 9 2 IHL
Bartek,Martin 76 23 IHL-AHL   Hewitt,Greg 1 1 AHL   Perron,Richard 26 7 IHL
Bartel,Robin 26 6 IHL   Hickey,Mike 10 2 IHL   Perrott,Nathan 83 19 AHL
Bateman,Pat 3 0 AHL(07)   Hiltz,Jeff 53 28 IHL   Peters,Geoff 8 0 AHL
Bathe,Landon 9 0 AHL   Hinschberger,Tony 7 1 IHL   Peterson,Brent 129 91 IHL
Battey,Vic 80 31 IHL   Hobbs,Allan 7 7 USHL   Peverley,Rich 131 114 AHL(07)
Baumgartner,Jeff (1) 0 2 USHL   Hoberg,Mike 3 2 IHL   Phillips,Bob 2 1 IHL
Bawa,Robin 74 43 IHL   Hodge,Daniel 1 1 IHL   Pittis,Domenic 30 32 AHL
Beckett,Jason 92 18 AHL   Hodges,Doug 1 0 IHL   Pivko,Libor 192 121 AHL
Beech,Kris 48 50 AHL   Hodgson,Dan 47 82 IHL   Plante,Cam 56 54 IHL
Begin,Louis 29 31 IHL   Holland,Rob 66 2 IHL   Plantery,Mark 1 0 IHL
Belanger,Mario 107 75 IHL   Holmes,Randy 1 1 IHL   Platonov,Denis 3 0 AHL
Belcourt,Alex 2 0 IHL   Holmes,Warren 31 28 IHL   Plavsic,Adrien 3 3 IHL
Belisle,Jean 1 1 IHL   Homola,Craig 68 52 IHL   Poddubny,Walt 5 6 IHL
Bell,Bruce 70 38 IHL   Hrivnak,Jim 28 1 IHL   Podrezov,Vadim 8 1 IHL
Bellemarre,Phil 24 9 USHL   Hrkac,Tony 340 320 IHL-AHL   Polman Tuin,Rob 14 3 IHL
Bennefield,Jesse 2 1 AHL(07)   Hrynewich,Tim 110 90 IHL   Pomerleau,Denis 3 2 IHL
Benning,Jim 66 32 IHL   Hubacek,Petr 14 2 AHL   Pominville,Jean 74 5 USHL
Berenzweig,Bubba 222 87 IHL-AHL   Hubbard,Kelly 75 23 IHL   Popeil,Dick 16 7 IHL
Bergeron,Michel 142 172 IHL   Hunt,Curtis 161 59 IHL   Preston,Yves 315 330 USHL-IHL
Bernier,Yves 41 59 USHL   Hunter,Bart 9 1 IHL   Price,Jerry 3 0 IHL
Berry,Fred 465 605 IHL   Husgen,Jamie 22 14 IHL   Proulx,Christian 105 17 IHL
Berry,Ken 5 8 IHL   Hussey,Marc 50 18 IHL   Proulx,Olivier 1 0 AHL
Berry,Rick 64 12 AHL   Hutchings,John 2 1 IHL   Provencher,Bill 1 0 IHL
Bertagna,Joe 6 0 USHL   Hutchinson,Andrew 190 96 AHL   Prusky,Steve (4) 44 19 USHL
Bertrand,Eric 27 16 IHL   Hutton,Dwaine 36 30 IHL   Pupillo,Dan 3 1 IHL
Big Snake,Robin 3 0 AHL(07)   Hynek,David 22 7 IHL   Quintal,Gilles 48 48 USHL
Blad,Brian 123 14 IHL   Ihnacak,Miroslav 1 0 IHL   Quintal,Pierre 47 46 USHL
Blaylock,John 24 14 USHL   Irving,Stu 4 1 IHL   Rabbitt,Pat 54 30 IHL
Block (Hervey),Matt 55 32 IHL   Irwin,Ray 3 1 IHL   Radulov,Alexander 11 18 AHL(07)
Blum,Jeff 7 1 IHL   Ivanans,Raitis 71 8 AHL   Ralph,Jason 1 0 AHL
Blyth,Steve 74 28 IHL   Jackson,Mark 10 1 IHL   Ralph,Jim 35 0 IHL
Bodnarik,Mike (1) 8 8 USHL   Jacob,Guy 38 16 IHL   Ramsay,Bruce 3 0 IHL
Boesser,Dan 1 0 AHL   Jacques,Alexandre 21 13 AHL   Ramsey,Wayne 3 3 IHL
Bogaerts,Greg 3 0 IHL   Jarrett,Brent 34 44 IHL   Reaugh,Darryl 9 1 IHL
Boikov,Alexandre 170 30 IHL-AHL   Jensen,Darren 11 0 IHL   Rebek,Jeremy 2 2 AHL
Boileau,Claude 43 26 IHL   Jerrard,Paul 28 9 IHL   Reesor,Jason 1 0 IHL
Bokshowan,Lorne 62 43 IHL   Johannson,Jim 99 47 IHL   Reid,Scott 15 0 AHL(07)
Bolduc,Michel 7 0 USHL   Johansson,Andreas 1 0 AHL   Renard,Alain (1) 0 0 USHL
Boni,Josh 1 0 IHL   Johnson,Chaz 9 1 AHL(07)   Renard,Mike (1) 0 0 USHL
Bonneau,Rob 70 54 IHL   Johnson,Eric 17 6 IHL   Revenberg,Jim 63 9 IHL
Bonni,Ryan 5 1 AHL   Johnson,Steve 69 54 IHL   Reynolds,T.J. 92 3 AHL(07)
Boucha,Ed 43 51 USHL   Joseph,Fabian 161 63 IHL   Riazantsev,Alex 14 7 AHL
Bouchard,Frederic 52 19 IHL-AHL   Joubert,Jacques 42 16 IHL   Ricci,Scott 19 5 AHL
Boudrias,Rene 23 2 USHL   Joyce,Bill 6 0 IHL   Richard,Ray (1) 38 19 USHL
Bowler,Bill 17 7 AHL   Julien,Claude 5 3 IHL   Richard,Roger 25 0 USHL
Boyd,Randy 191 173 IHL   Kane,Dan 42 33 IHL   Richardson,Bruce 4 3 AHL
Brennan,Rich 23 12 AHL   Kane,Shaun 10 1 IHL   Rinne,Pekka 79 4 AHL(07)
Brookbank,Sheldon 151 88 AHL(07)   Karlander,Kory 6 1 IHL   Ripley,George 32 54 USHL
Brookbank,Wade 6 0 AHL   Kealty,Jeff 71 22 IHL   Riva,Daniel 150 43 IHL
Brousseau,Paul 5 2 IHL   Kearns,Bracken 79 25 AHL(07)   Roadhouse,Cal 118 101 IHL
Brown,Cam 125 38 IHL   Kearns,Justin 1 1 IHL   Robb,Doug 310 327 IHL
Brown,Paul 86 15 AHL(07)   Keating,D'arcy 6 2 IHL   Robbins,Rich (1) 0 31 USHL
Bruce,David 68 75 IHL   Keczmer,Dan 18 4 IHL   Robertson,Bert 10 0 IHL
Brule,Eric 3 0 IHL   Kelly,Steve 5 1 IHL   Robertsson,Bert 14 1 AHL
Buettgen,Jim 19 9 IHL   Kemp,Kevin 33 18 USHL   Robidoux,Florent 91 73 IHL
Buzak,Mike 12 0 IHL   Kemp,T.J. 2 0 AHL   Robins,Trevor 1 0 IHL
Byce,John 58 31 IHL   Kennedy,Chuck (1) 11 10 USHL   Robinson,Kevin 82 61 IHL
Byers,LynDon 8 2 IHL   Kennedy,Dan 5 4 IHL   Robinson,Michel 3 0 AHL
Byrnes,Brian 124 41 IHL   Keyes,Richard 1 1 IHL   Robinson,Scott 51 34 IHL
Calder,Adam 5 1 IHL   Kidd,Ian 325 177 IHL   Robitaille,Patrice 12 3 IHL
Callaghan,Gary 71 34 IHL   Kim,Alex (2) 0 0 AHL   Robitaille,Randy 19 33 IHL
Campbell,Ed 12 1 AHL   King,Archie 119 81 IHL   Rohlicek,Jeff 142 160 IHL
Caprice,Frank 59 0 IHL   King,Scott 12 3 IHL   Rosa,Marco 27 4 AHL
Capuano,David 11 12 IHL   Klasons,George 18 8 IHL   Roscoe,Ron 7 0 IHL
Capuano,Jack 97 63 IHL   Klein,Kevin 211 78 AHL(07)   Ross,Bill 22 0 USHL
Caputo,Lou (1) 118 63 USHL   Klimentiev,Sergei 35 15 IHL   Rouillard,Mario 3 1 IHL
Carnegie,Rich (2) 0 0 AHL   Klingbeil,David 8 0 IHL   Rudnyk,Randy 42 30 IHL
Carnelley,Todd 46 15 IHL   Kloucek,Tomas 34 6 AHL   Russell,Bobby 31 6 IHL
Caron,Andre 17 4 USHL   Knickle,Rick 19 0 IHL   Rybar,Joe 9 0 IHL
Carriere,Clement (3) 20 16 USHL   Knipscheer,Fred 48 32 IHL   Sabourin,Ken 390 65 IHL
Caufield,Wayne (1) 104 171 USHL   Koehler,Greg 43 26 AHL   Sachl,Petr 155 72 IHL-AHL
Cavallini,Gino 240 248 IHL   Koistinen,Ville 59 41 AHL(07)   Safronov,Kirill 59 20 AHL
Cermak,Peter 1 0 IHL   Korney,Mike 3 0 IHL   Sancarter,Gerry 8 1 IHL
Channell,Todd 49 30 IHL   Kotyk,Seamus 23 3 AHL   Sanford,Greg 112 66 IHL
Charbonneau,Jose 78 74 IHL   Kramp,Rich 187 139 IHL   Sanford,James 7 1 AHL(07)
Cherrey,Norm 8 5 USHL   Kravets,Mikhail 7 1 IHL   Sangster,Rob 1 0 IHL
Chessell,Doug 15 3 IHL   Kreiner,Dan 13 4 IHL   Sarault,Yves 27 10 AHL
Choules,Ron 1 0 IHL   Krensing,Mike 12 5 IHL   Sarrazin,Pierre 23 19 USHL
Christie,Jason 1 0 IHL   Krevsun,Alexandre 1 0 IHL   Sauer,Kent 11 0 IHL-AHL
Chyzowski,Ron 2 1 IHL   Krivokhija,Yuri 50 38 IHL   Saulnier,Bruce 90 156 USHL
Cipolla,Jason 129 111 IHL   Kungle,Jeff 4 0 IHL   Saunders,Dave 21 18 IHL
Cirella,Joe (a) 40 9 IHL   Kurpis,Ray 2 0 IHL   Sauve,Bob 33 29 USHL-IHL
Cisar,Marian 146 92 IHL-AHL   Kyle,Doug 134 89 IHL   Savage,Reggie 1 0 AHL
Clark,Dan 69 25 IHL   Labelle,Eric 2 0 AHL   Schaffer,Drew 1 0 IHL
Clark,Kerry 70 14 IHL   Labelle,Marc 34 10 IHL   Schamerhorn,Kevin 217 188 IHL
Classen,Greg 258 167 IHL-AHL   Lachance,Michel 81 45 USHL-IHL   Scharf,Jeff 1 0 IHL
Clavette,Rob 3 1 IHL   Laforest,Bob 2 0 IHL   Schmidt,Mike (1) 0 2 USHL
Clouston,Shaun 132 62 IHL   Laforest,Mark 95 9 IHL   Schnabel,Robert 140 19 AHL
Cloutier,Frederic 3 0 AHL(07)   Lafreniere,Jason 52 61 IHL   Schneider,Buzz 124 64 IHL
Cloutier,Richard 1 0 IHL   Laird,Robbie (3) 0 0 IHL   Schofield,Dwight 82 59 IHL
Coe,Bill 10 2 USHL   Lakso,Bob 80 71 IHL   Schonfelder,Paul 0 0 AHL
Collier,Geoff 22 12 IHL   Laliberte,John 27 10 AHL(07)   Schultz,Ray 73 12 AHL
Collyard,Bob 99 81 IHL   Lambert,Denny 39 24 AHL   Schurman,M.F. 61 53 IHL
Cook,Ally 1 0 IHL   Lampman,Todd 25 3 USHL   Scully,Barry 4 3 IHL
Cook,Dean 15 0 IHL   Larmer,Jeff 240 199 IHL   Searle,Tom 16 6 IHL
Corbeil,Nicolas 13 9 AHL(07)   Larochelle,Alan 8 0 IHL   Segal,Brandon 259 98 AHL(07)
Cordes,Jim (1) 0 36 USHL   Lasak,Jan 117 3 IHL-AHL   Selissen,Dave 3 0 IHL
Cote,Andre 13 9 IHL   Lasch,Nick (1) 0 7 USHL   Severson,Cam 63 14 AHL
Cote,Sylvain 4 1 IHL   Latour,Stephen 6 0 IHL   Sheridan,John 26 16 IHL
Couturier,Francis 30 12 IHL   Lavigne,Eric 17 1 AHL   Shier,Andrew 38 3 IHL
Couturier,Sylvain 318 299 IHL   Lawless,Paul 53 65 IHL   Shishkanov,Timofei 179 107 AHL
Cowley,Wayne 2 0 IHL   Layo,Dick 156 82 IHL   Shtalenkov,Mikhail 47 2 IHL
Coxe,Craig 41 35 IHL   Layzell,Brad 20 3 IHL   Sim,Trevor 74 39 IHL
Cozzi,Andy 65 45 IHL   Leahy,Pat 52 31 AHL(07)   Simard,Martin 57 12 IHL
Crawford,Craig 17 12 USHL   Leblanc,John 61 70 IHL   Simon,Ben 18 4 AHL
Crawford,Lou 56 30 IHL   Leclair,Nelson 1 1 IHL   Simpson,Reid 19 13 AHL
Crawford,Marc 53 53 IHL   Leclerc,Michel 11 4 USHL   Sirois,Rich 285 18 IHL
Crawford,Wayne 15 13 IHL   Lecours,Danny 643 814 USHL-IHL   Skarda,Randy 54 12 IHL
Crosson,Jim 95 20 IHL   Lefebvre,Patrice 16 11 IHL   Skrastins,Karlis 94 55 IHL
Crowe,Phil 20 4 IHL   Legault,Gaetan 37 37 USHL   Skrbek,Pavel 60 24 IHL
Cullen,Bruce 2 0 IHL   Legault,Jay 43 16 AHL   Slaney,John 7 1 IHL
Currie,Scott 5 2 IHL   Legge,Mike (1) 0 0 USHL   Smith,Jeff 13 8 IHL
Currie,Sheldon 70 55 IHL   Legree,Dave 29 1 IHL   Smith,Jim 1 0 IHL
Curtin,Luke 12 0 IHL   Legros,Eric 1 0 IHL   Smith,Neil 4 2 IHL
D'alessio,Corrie 27 1 IHL   Legwand,David 3 0 AHL   Smith,Wyatt 165 114 AHL
Dameworth,Chad 4 0 IHL   Lehtonen,Mikko 35 12 AHL(07)   Smithson,Jerred 88 22 AHL
Damphousse,Marc 51 37 IHL   Lemieux,Alain 30 29 IHL   Smrek,Peter 76 25 AHL
Dandurand,Yves 38 9 IHL   Lemieux,Don 14 2 IHL   Smyth,Brad 34 27 IHL
Daniels,Jeff 62 43 IHL   Lenardon,Tim 81 79 IHL   Snedden,Dennis 101 59 IHL
Darby,Craig 81 54 IHL   Ling,Jamie 3 0 IHL   St. James,Tom 18 18 IHL
Darche,Mathieu 76 59 AHL   Lingren,Steve 8 5 AHL   St. Laurent,Daniel 22 13 IHL
Daskalakis,Cleon 9 0 IHL   Linna,Kaj 11 1 IHL   St.Denis,Yves 85 123 USHL
Davis,Derek 238 100 IHL   Lintner,Richard 97 46 IHL   St.Pierre, Kevin (2) 0 0 AHL
Dawe,Jason 41 24 IHL   Lloyd,Owen 7 2 IHL   St.Sauveur,Claude 97 157 IHL
Dawson,Wade 17 3 IHL   Locas,Sylvain 20 16 IHL   Staal,Kim 64 25 AHL(07)
Daze,Rene 18 8 USHL   Loen,Matt 55 20 IHL   Stafford,Gord 355 350 IHL
Dean,Kevin 76 19 AHL   Logan,Jim 1 0 IHL   Staples,Jeff 68 7 IHL
Deboer,Peter 151 102 IHL   Long,Doug 1 0 USHL   Steel,Greg 13 3 IHL
Decker,Dana 68 49 IHL   Loomis,Barney (1) 0 0 USHL   Stern,Ron 78 63 IHL
Deegan,Shannon 5 0 IHL   Lorenz,Danny 121 7 IHL   Stevenson,Jeremy 113 48 IHL-AHL
Demitro,Steve 1 0 IHL   Loven,Tim 6 0 IHL   Stewart,Gary 64 39 IHL
Demole,Dana 4 0 IHL   Lumbard,Todd 6 0 IHL   Steyer,Wally (1) 0 1 USHL
Depalma,Larry 68 26 IHL   Lundbohm,Bryan 234 93 AHL   Stojanov,Alek 13 1 IHL
Derksen,Duane 11 0 IHL   Luongo,Chris 81 45 IHL   Stortini,Zack 37 7 AHL
Derkson,Doug 9 3 IHL   Lutz,Nathan 86 9 AHL(07)   Street,Keith 95 39 IHL
Desgagnes,Denis 1 0 IHL   Macgregor,Cam 1 0 IHL   Strunk,Steve 117 44 IHL
Desjardins,Daniel 1 1 IHL   Machowski,Tom 4 0 IHL   Suter,Ryan 63 23 AHL
Deuling,Jarrett 64 36 IHL   MacIntyre,David 12 8 IHL   Switzer,Darre 23 11 IHL
Deval,Ron (1) 70 56 USHL   Macioci,Bob (1) 0 12 USHL   Sykora,Petr 76 30 IHL
Deziel,Michel 9 1 IHL   Macisaac,David 73 23 IHL   Szabo,Rick 10 0 IHL
Dibble,Mike 1 0 IHL   Mackenzie,Alan 100 59 IHL   Tanguay,Chris 90 113 IHL
Dion,Grant 52 15 IHL   Mackenzie,Chris 2 0 IHL   Tantardini,Paul 2 0 IHL
Disher,Jason 2 0 IHL   Mackenzie,Jean-Marc 56 34 IHL   Tarasuk,Rick 10 8 IHL
Dobbin,Brian 237 246 IHL   Mackey,David 348 165 IHL   Tardani,Mike 45 50 USHL
Dolyny,Rustyn 1 0 AHL   Mackness,Rob (1) 70 96 USHL   Tasse,Pierre 59 43 IHL
Domeier,Mike 30 7 USHL   Macleod,Pat 142 120 IHL   Tebbutt,Greg 77 68 IHL
Dorman,Rick 17 7 IHL   MacMillan,Bob 8 4 IHL   Tenkrat,Petr 4 0 AHL
Doud,Paul (1) 0 12 USHL   Macwilliam,Mike 6 2 IHL   Therrien,Michel 2 2 IHL
Douris,Peter 80 72 IHL   Madden,Chris 22 0 AHL   Thomerson,Bob (2) 31 24 USHL
Downey,Brian 6 1 IHL   Madill,Jeff 23 19 IHL   Tiley,Brad 152 72 AHL
Draper,Tom 31 2 IHL   Madson,Don 51 25 IHL   Tilley,Tom 105 90 IHL
Dubinsky,Steve 36 26 AHL   Magliarditi,Marc 0 0 AHL   Timonen,Kimmo 29 15 IHL
Duench,Barry 11 4 IHL   Maki,Ryan 2 1 AHL(07)   Titanic,Morris 75 70 IHL
Dufour,Michel 25 0 IHL   Mallinger,Mike (1) 82 93 USHL   Tobler,Ryan 127 63 IHL
Dugan,Bob 33 22 IHL   Mann,Cameron 59 57 AHL   Tomlak,Mike 274 193 IHL
Dumas,Rob 9 0 IHL   Marcinyshyn,Dave 64 16 IHL   Tonelli,Ray 5 2 IHL
Dunham,Mike 1 0 IHL   Martin,Brian 3 1 IHL   Tootoo,Jordin 100 49 AHL
Dupuis,Bob 17 2 IHL   Martin,Don 1 0 IHL   Torchia,Mike 34 2 IHL
Dupuis,Guy 27 23 IHL   Martin,Joe 12 1 IHL   Travis,Shannon 39 5 IHL
Durak,Miroslav 1 0 AHL   Martin,Mike 27 3 USHL   Trboyevich,Dean 11 3 IHL
Durno,Chris 86 56 AHL(07)   Martin,P.J. 4 1 AHL   Tremblay,Pierre 3 0 IHL
Dyck,Larry 81 5 IHL   Mason,Bob 126 7 IHL   Trepanier,Pascal 52 24 AHL
Eastman,Dan 95 109 IHL   Mason,Chris 173 6 IHL-AHL   Tresl,Ladislav 134 119 IHL
Eaton,Mark 37 16 IHL-AHL   Mason,Wes 21 4 AHL   Tripp,John 12 1 IHL
Eccles,Clint 42 11 IHL   Massie,Michel 2 0 AHL   Trottier,Jean 147 230 USHL-IHL
Edwards,Larry 12 5 IHL   Matheson,Mark 7 0 AHL(07)   Tuite,Steve 33 14 IHL
Edwardson,Derek 2 0 AHL(07)   Matteucci,Mike 15 2 AHL   Turmel,Richard 43 16 IHL
Egerton,Jim 14 12 IHL   May,Scott 34 6 AHL   Tuttle,Steve 339 260 IHL
Eisenhut,Neil 76 36 IHL   Mazur,Jay 206 153 IHL   Uchevatov,Victor 24 1 AHL(07)
Eldred,Matt 126 16 IHL-AHL   McAlsan,Sean 2 0 AHL   Uihlein,Phil (1) 0 20 USHL
Ellis,Doug 8 1 IHL   McAndrew,Brian "Sandy" (1) 0 0 USHL   Ulanski,Kevin 13 2 AHL(07)
Emmons,Gary 13 7 IHL   McAslan,Sean (2) 0 0 AHL   Ulmer,Jason 6 1 IHL
Endicott,Shane 26 3 AHL(07)   Mcbain,Andrew 112 129 IHL   Upshall,Scottie 123 105 AHL(07)
Erat,Martin 45 32 AHL   McCann,Sean 33 17 IHL   Valimont,Carl 393 186 IHL
Esau,Len 75 34 IHL   Mccreary,Bill 312 244 IHL   Valk,Garry 10 16 IHL
Ethier,Pat 10 2 IHL   Mcfarlane,Jay 153 96 IHL   Van Allen,Shawn 40 42 IHL
Evans,Shawn 137 118 IHL   Mcfayden,Gary 69 41 IHL   Van Dorp,Wayne 19 5 IHL
Evoy,Sean 17 1 IHL   McGeown,Scott 32 13 IHL   Vani,Carmine 5 2 IHL
Fairchild,Kelly 40 44 IHL   Mckay,Bruce 223 138 IHL   Varga,John 1 0 IHL
Farrell,Mike 49 18 AHL   Mckay,Darren 86 48 IHL   Vargas,Ernie 123 81 IHL
Felsner,Brian 15 15 IHL   McKechney,Garnet 12 1 IHL   Vasiliev,Alexei 69 18 IHL
Felsner,Denny 14 4 IHL   McKee,Brian 6 5 IHL   Veilleux,Steve 135 25 IHL
Fenton,Eric 199 70 IHL   McKenna,Mike 1 0 AHL(07)   Velischek,Randy 88 24 IHL
Fichaud,Eric 8 0 IHL   McKenzie,Brian 15 10 IHL   Vellucci,Mike 66 25 IHL
Fiddler,Vernon 185 97 AHL   McKichan,Steve 31 0 IHL   Vichorek,Mark 49 9 IHL
Filipowicz,Jayme 144 45 IHL   Mclean,Denny 46 21 IHL   Vigilante,John 62 27 AHL(07)
Finley,Brian 161 2 AHL   McLean,John 20 7 IHL   Vilgrain,Claude 23 22 IHL
Finn,Shannon 179 65 IHL   Mcmurchy,Tom 69 56 IHL   Villnave,Don (1) 0 4 USHL
Finnegan,Mike (1) 0 4 USHL   McNamara,Bob 37 3 IHL   Visheau,Mark 72 16 IHL
Fitzpatrick,Rory 49 5 IHL   Mcneill,Mike 452 207 IHL   Vodrazka,Jan 10 0 IHL
Flaherty,Wade 36 0 AHL   Mcsween,Don 76 25 IHL   Vokoun,Tomas 16 0 IHL
Fleenor,Brandon 1 0 AHL   Meadmore,Neil 140 108 IHL   Von Stefenelli,Phil 80 36 IHL
Fleming,Reg 24 26 USHL   Melanson,Mike 41 23 IHL   Vopat,Jan 2 1 IHL
Flesch,John 284 306 IHL   Melanson,Pierre 1 0 IHL   Vos,Ralph 30 26 IHL
Fletcher,David 1 0 IHL   Menard,Terry 22 15 IHL   Vyzamikin,Igor 8 8 IHL
Foster,Norm 38 2 IHL   Mensour,Dave 42 22 USHL   Waghorne,Mike 16 12 IHL
Fox,Aaron 1 0 IHL   Mensour,Larry 61 13 IHL   Walker,Carey 3 0 IHL
Francisco,Jon 2 0 AHL   Messier,Mitch 62 41 IHL   Washburn,Steve 12 4 IHL
Frawley,Dan 26 23 IHL   Micheletti,Andy (1) 0 0 USHL   Watt,Mike 60 40 IHL
Frederick,Joe 25 23 IHL   Middlebrook,Lindsay 56 3 IHL   Weaver,Jim 58 1 IHL
Frees,Bruce 54 32 IHL   Mihaly,Arpad 12 2 AHL(07)   Weber,Shea 46 27 AHL
Frere,Marcel 76 30 IHL   Miles,Jeff 3 0 AHL   Webster,Jim 15 6 IHL
Friedman,Doug 69 51 IHL   Millar,Craig 8 6 IHL   Weeks,Steve 37 3 IHL
Fritshaw,Luke 1 0 AHL(07)   Miller,Paul 3 4 IHL   Weir,Stan 26 21 IHL
Fritz,Mitch 13 3 AHL   Millette,Sylvain 4 3 IHL   Werenka,Brad 80 53 IHL
Froese,Bob 14 0 IHL   Minard,Chris 1 0 AHL   Westlund,Alex 12 0 IHL-AHL
Gagnon,Don (1) 0 33 USHL   Minard,Mike 18 1 IHL   White,George 60 42 IHL
Galchenyuk,Alexander 77 82 IHL   Mizzi,Preston 20 3 AHL(07)   Whitmore,Kay 23 1 IHL
Gamache,Simon 171 167 AHL   Molle,Tim 272 112 IHL   Widing,Daniel 3 0 AHL(07)
Gamble,Troy 107 7 IHL   Mongeau,Michel 76 90 IHL   Wilford,Marty 8 4 AHL
Garber,Bruce 2 1 IHL   Moore,Grady 1 0 AHL   Williams,Bobby 3 1 IHL
Garber,Bruce (1) 0 0 USHL   Moore,Robbie 49 4 IHL   Willison,Kevin 312 213 IHL
Garbutt,Gord 18 1 IHL   Moreland,Jake (2) 0 0 AHL   Wilson,Kelsey 74 19 AHL(07)
Gazdic,Mike 78 32 IHL   Morlang,John 3 0 AHL   Wilson,Pat 9 0 IHL
Gendron,Martin 40 39 IHL   Moro,Marc 253 34 IHL-AHL   Wilson,Randy 2 0 IHL
Genest,Marc 12 3 IHL   Morrison,Gary 76 42 IHL   Wittliff,Phil (1) 143 341 USHL
Gens,Matt 5 0 AHL   Morrow,Darrell 32 14 IHL   Womack,John (1) 55 80 USHL
Gibson,Don 168 49 IHL   Morschauser,Gus 6 0 IHL   Woodley,Dan 30 21 IHL
Gilmour,Darryl 5 1 IHL   Moscevsky,Yuri 3 0 AHL   Woods,John (1) 0 12 USHL
Glaude,Don 76 35 USHL   Mowers,Mark 182 151 IHL-AHL   Wren,Bob 16 7 AHL
Glenn,Ryan 3 0 AHL   Mukhachev,Andrei 0 0 AHL   Yablonski,Jeremy 64 6 AHL
Gobeil,Gerald 2 0 USHL   Mullens,Brad 1 1 IHL   Yachmenev,Vitali 16 13 IHL
Gobeil,Gerard 0 0 IHL   Murano,Eric 143 150 IHL   Yake,Terry 70 88 IHL
Goehring,Karl 44 0 AHL(07)   Murphy,Curtis 79 53 AHL   Yakiwchuk,Dale 374 481 IHL
Gogol,Brent 13 6 IHL   Murphy,Dan 1 0 AHL   Yarema,Brendan 16 6 AHL
Golden,Mike 36 14 IHL   Murphy,Rob 168 149 IHL   Yaremchuk,Ken 7 11 IHL
Gosselin,David 242 115 IHL-AHL   Myette,Alain 40 16 IHL   Yonkman,Nolan 77 13 AHL(07)
Goulet,Jason 118 77 IHL-AHL   Myhres,Brantt 6 1 IHL   Young,Bryan 22 0 AHL(07)
Govedaris,Chris 54 59 IHL   Namestnikov,John 68 34 IHL   Young,Mark 1 0 IHL
Grant,Kevin 19 11 IHL   Napierala,Jeff 18 4 IHL   Young,Wendell 6 0 IHL
Graves,Alan 82 51 IHL   Nasreddine,Samy 6 0 IHL   Zanon,Greg 215 72 AHL(07)
Gribble,Andy 27 10 IHL   Neckar,Stan 3 3 AHL   Zappia,Kevin 30 27 IHL
Gruhl,Scott 28 15 IHL   Nelson,Dan 8 5 IHL   Zemlak,Richard 123 23 IHL
Guay,Paul 81 57 IHL   Nelson,Jeff 122 105 IHL          

806 players have played at least one game with the Admirals since 1973.
  Players listed in Bold have retired numbers with the Admirals.
(a) Cirella has the most NHL experience (828) in team history.
(b) Peeters has the most NHL experience of a goaltender (489) in team history.
(1) Games played totals for the noted USHL players are incomplete.
(2) Did not play in a regular season game with Milwaukee.
(3) Signed off waivers, was on roster but did not report to team.
(07) - Played for the Admirals during the 2006-07 season.
 

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