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120. Miroslav Satan

It took a while before Miroslav Satan found his groove in pro hockey, but once he did he emerged as the scoring star for the Buffalo Sabres in the late ’90s. Satan was good, but leading Buffalo in scoring still did not put him among the elite in the NHL in that category. Possibly his biggest highlight in hockey might have been leading Slovakia to the World Championship in 2002. He also got a Stanley Cup Ring with the Penguins but was not among the leaders of the team.  Satan would finish his career playing in Europe, and he represented Slovakia in the World Hockey Championships an astronomical 14 times.
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