Where the Ottawa 67’s Alumni Played in 2010-11

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With the 2010-11 hockey season long in the books, it’s fun to look back and take stock of the Ontario Hockey League Grads that populated the hockey world. The Ottawa 67’s, long considered one of the best developers of hockey talent, had, by our count, 89 alumni still actively playing hockey. For the list, we included CIS university hockey and Ontario Senior Men’s Hockey (WOAA, MLH).

ottawa 67s ontario hockey league ohl logoSome of these players will not be on the list next year as they have retired following the 2010-11 season. One of these players is Joe Talbot. Talbot had the highest single season point production, including OHL, this season. In his fourth season with the Sheffield Steelers of Great Britain’s Elite Ice Hockey League, Talbot finished fourth in league scoring with 90 points in 61 games.

Many players appeared with different teams throughout the season. For simplicity’s sake, we only named the team each player ended the season with, or was their primary team. For example, if Joe Blow played 65 games with the Toronto Marlies of the AHL and one game with NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs, his team would be, of course, the Marlies. Or, if Joe Blow played the start of the season with the Calgary Flames but was traded to the New York Rangers at the trade deadline, his time, obviously, be the Rangers.

I we think we caught them all. Ottawa 67’s fans – enjoy! (Clicking on the names that are hyperlinked will take you to a previous article on that player.)

Player Yrs w/Club 2010-11 Team 2010-11 League
Akeson, Jeremy 2001-2005 Trenton Devils ECHL
Alphonso, Arron 2004-2007 Lakehead University CIS
Bailey, Jason 2006-2008 Binghamton Senators AHL
Battochio, Danny 2003-2006 Rapid City Rush CHL
Bauman, Rod 2000-2004 Elora Rocks WOAA
Beard, Brodie 2002-2007 Nipissing University CIS
Bell, Brendan 1999-2003 Biel Swiss Nat-A
Bell, Mark 1996-2000 Kloten Flyers Swiss Nat-A
Bickell, Bryan 2002-2006 Chicago Blackhawks NHL
Blanchard, Sean 1994-1998 Nurnberg Ice Tigers DEL
Blunden, Stephen 2008-2009 University of Ottawa CIS
Bonello, Brad 2004-2005 Alleghe LIHG
Boynton, Nick 1995-1999 Philadelphia Flyers NHL
Brassard, Chris 1994-1995 Texas Brahmas CHL
Bronilla, Rich 1992-1995 EHC Linz EBEL
Campbell, Brian 1995-1999 Chicago Blackhawks NHL
Campbell, Pat 2005-2006 University of Guelph CIS
Cimadamore, Julian 2006-2007 UWO CIS
Colbert, Will 2002-2005 Gwinnett Gladiators ECHL
Courchaine, Adam 2007-2009 Alaska Aces ECHL
Couture, Logan 2004-2009 San Jose Sharks NHL
Cowick, Corey 2008-2010 Binghamton Senators AHL
Cuma, Tyler 2006-2010 Houston Aeros AHL
Daley, Pat 2005-2007 Dalhousie University CIS
Davis, Justin 1997-1999 Dundas Real McCoys MLH
Delisle, Miguel 1998-2003 Akwesasne Warriors FHL
Demers, Julian 2006-2010 University of Ottawa CIS
Dickenson, Lou 2002-2003 AaB Denmark
Draper, Kris 1990-1991 Detroit Red Wings NHL
Fischer, Jake 2007-2008 Monkton Wildcats WOAA
Flueler, Lukas 2006-2007 ZSC Swiss Nat-A
Fritzmeier, Franz-David 1999-2000 EV Duisburg Oberliga
Galbraith, Lance 1996-2001 Wichita Thunder CHL
Gallea, Jordan 2005-2008 Nipissing University CIS
Grimaldi, Joe 2005-2007 Colorado Eagles CHL
Groenestege, Doug 2001-2002 Arizona Sundogs CHL
Halasz, David 2003-2005 HC 46 Bardejov Slovak Extraliga 2
Hamrlik, Martin 1992-1993 HC Zlin Czech Extraliga
Hulit, Chris 2004-2006 St. Francis Xavier CIS
Joslin, Derek 2003-2007 Carolina Hurricanes NHL
Kaspar, Lukas 2004-2005 Barys Astana KHL
Kewin, Shea 2005-2007 Dalhousie University CIS
Kiriakou, Thomas 2005-2009 University of Guelph CIS
Konopka, Zenon 1998-2002 New York Islanders NHL
Lahey, Matt 2004-2008 Nipissing University CIS
Lefebvre, Marc 1999-2001 Eaters Geleen Netherlands
Liscomb, Brett 2005-2007 Pensacola Ice Flyers SPHL
Locke, Corey 2001-2004 Binghamton Senators AHL
Mancari, Mark 2001-2005 Portland Pirates AHL
Mangan, Phil 2003-2004 St. Francis Xavier CIS
McCullough, Zach 2007-2008 University of PEI CIS
McGinn, Jamie 2004-2008 San Jose Sharks NHL
McIlveen, Paul 2004-2005 Utah Grizzlies ECHL
Mensator, Lukas 2002-2004 HC Karlovy Vary Czech Extraliga
Merrett, Andrew 2009-2010 University of Guelph CIS
Methot, Mathieu 2007-2008 University of Ottawa CIS
Moyer, Russ 1999-2003 AaB Denmark
Nemirovsky, David 1993-1995 CSKA Moscow KHL
Nigro, Anthony 2008-2010 Peoria Rivermen AHL
Ostrcil, Radim 2007-2008 SK Horacka Slavia Trebic Czech Extraliga 2
Paryzek, Martin 2007-2009 HC Karlovy Vary Czech Extraliga
Perras, Jean-Francois 2001-2002 Braehead Clan EIHL
Petruzalek, Jakub 2004-2005 Lukko SM-Liiga
Pleckaitis, Joe 2005-2007 Carleton University CIS
Radulay, Tibor 2005-2006 KLH Chomutov Czech Extraliga 2
Reid, Elgin 2003-2007 Florida Everblades ECHL
Rodney, Bryan 2000-2002 Charlotte Checkers AHL
Ryan, Sean 2005-2009 Nipissing University CIS
Simon, Chris 1988-1992 Dynamo Moscow KHL
Sloboda, Karol 2001-2003 HC Karlovy Vary Czech Extraliga
Smyth, Adam 2000-2004 Arizona Sundogs CHL
Sointu, Matias 2009-2010 Ilves SM-Liiga
Staubitz, Brad 2004-2005 Minnesota Wild NHL
Szuper, Levente 1998-2000 Arizona Sundogs CHL
Talbot, Julian 2002-2006 Lake Erie Monsters AHL
Talbot, Joe 1997-2001 Sheffield Steelers EIHL
Tessier, Daniel 1996-2000 Akwesasne Warriors FHL
Trevisani, Carter 2000-2003 Akwesasne Warriors FHL
Tsimikalis, Peter 2002-2005 Bjorkloven Sweden Div 1
Tudin, Dan 1995-1999 Ritten Renon LIHG
Valliquette, Brett 2007-2008 Knoxville Ice Bears SPHL
Van Hoof, Jeremy 1998-2001 Nottingham Panthers EIHL
Vanderveeken, Jamie 2004-2005 Arizona Sundogs CHL
Vojta, Jakub 2005-2007 IHC Pisek Czech Extraliga 2
Vorobiev, Yakov 2008-2009 Gornyak Rudny Kazakhstan
Wharton, Kyle 2002-2005 St. Mary’s University CIS
Wynn, Keith 2007-2008 Augusta RiverHawks SPHL
Zion, Jonathan 1997-2002 Nottingham Panthers EIHL
Zultek, Matt 1996-2000 Mississippi Surge SPHL

League acronyms defined:

EIHL – Great Britain’s Elite Ice Hockey League

DEL – Germany’s Deutsche Eishockey Liga

LIHG – Italy’s Lega Italiana Hockey su Ghiaccio

AHL – American Hockey League

CHL – Central Hockey League

CIS – Canadian Universities

EBEL – Austria’s Erste Bank Eishockey Liga

ECHL – East Coast Hockey League

FHL – Federal Hockey League

KHL – Russia’s Kontinental Hockey League

NHL – National Hockey League

SPHL – Southern Professional Hockey League

WOAA – Western Ontario Athletic Association

 

 

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