2021 Hockey Eligibles

From the Czech Republic, Ales Hemsky played in 845 Regular Season Games in the NHL, mostly with the Edmonton Oilers.  The Right Wing was in Northern Alberta for roughly three quarters of his NHL career, and he would have three 65 Point plus years for the Oilers.
From the Province of Quebec, Alexandre Burrows went from undrafted to alternate captain, and aren’t the Vancouver Canucks happy they signed him.  Burrows is known for being a pesky agitator by most fans, but he actually has three 50 Point seasons and is often the most entertaining player on the ice.  Although he has never finished in the top ten, six times he received votes…
Antoine Vermette was a good way two-way player in the NHL who would have five 40 Point seasons.  Vermette was a decent penalty killer, and he would receive Frank J. Selke votes in four different seasons.
Dennis Seidenberg was a part of the wave of NHL caliber German hockey players, who reinvented what people thought of German hockey.
Known for his blue line tenacity, Francois Beauchemin made a Second Team All Star in the 2012/13 season and he would finish fourth in Norris Trophy voting that year.  While he never had a regular season like that again he would win a Stanley Cup earlier in his career with the Anaheim Ducks in 2007.
A rough and tumble two way Defenseman, Kevin Bieksa would become known for his aggressive style and his counter attacking skills.  Bieksa was never considered an elite player, but was a “glue” guy whom locker rooms across the National Hockey League would crave.
Mike Cammalleri stood at only 5’ 9”, but time after time, he would be described as a player who on the ice acted like he was 6’ 4”.