2020 Hockey Eligibles

A very disciplined Defenceman, the classy Brian Campbell has been under the radar for many casual fans but is a former Second Team All Star selection and a four time All Star Game participant. Campbell is also a former recipient of the Lady Byng and a key member of the 2010 Stanley Cup Championship team with the 2010 Chicago Blackhawks.
Drafted in the eighth round by the Buffalo Sabres in the 2002 Draft, Dennis Wideman would never play for the professional hockey team based in Western New York.  Wideman would later sign with the St. Louis Blues but it was later in Boston where he would have his first 50 Point Season in the 2008-09 Season where he finished 11th in Norris Trophy voting, a…
One of the best and most resected power forwards in his era, Jarome Iginla emerged as a physical presence and a very consistent scorer. Currently, Iginla holds the record for the most Goals and Points in Calgary Flames history and has led the NHL in Goals twice and Points once. With three First Team All Star selections under his belt, and the 1,000 Point plateau…
Jiri Hudler slowly worked his way onto the roster of the Detroit Red Wings and he would become a solid contributor on their 2008 Stanley Cup win.  Hudler would have a pair of 50 Point seasons with the Red Wings but he had more individual success when he joined the Calgary Flames where he would have a career high 31 Goals and 76 Points in…
A finalist for the Hobey Baker Award when he played for Michigan State, Indiana’s John-Michael Liles has provided solid blueline work everywhere he has played.  Offensively he had 10 Goals four times and Internationally played on both the 2004 World Cup and 2006 Olympic team for the United States.
Exceeding the 1,000 Point mark in the National Hockey League is a milestone that few can claim, but that is not necessarily an automatic induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Slovakian born forward, Marian Hossa has accomplished that and then some as he is a three time Stanley Cup winner with the Chicago Blackhawks. His Hall of Fame candidacy will be very interesting as…
A former Hobey Baker winner at the University of Denver (2005), Matt Carle would have two 40 Point seasons in the National Hockey League, one with the San Jose Sharks and the second (2010/11) with the Philadelphia Flyers.  In that latter season, the native Alaskan was voted tenth in Norris Trophy voting and he was eight place in Defensive Point Shares the season before.  He…
Mike Ribeiro may not be one of the toughest players ever the grace an NHL rink, but he is a gifted playmaker who was not only an All Star in 2008 but would lead the NHL in Shot Percentage that year. He isn’t likely to make the Hockey Hall of Fame, but in an era where there isn’t as much scoring as there used to…
From Czechoslovakia, Milan Micahelek had a decent hockey career where he had a pair of 60 Point Seasons, one with San Jose and another with Ottawa.  Michalak, who scored 446 Points over his career was an All Star in 2012 and he twice was a member of the Czech Republic’s Bronze Medal winning tea (012 & 2013).
A long time player for the Phoenix Coyotes, Shane Doan starred in the desert for what seemed like an eternity. He is a good scorer, but what he is mostly known for in Phoenix is his long term leadership for the franchise. Doan was never in the top ten in scoring, but he was selected anyway to multiple National teams for Canada, and scored the game…