Leafs Alumni Roster

leafs alumniA Winter Classic featuring the Leafs means we're getting an alumni game. That's got me thinking about who I'd like to see out there.

Between the pipes, for example, I don't need to see Cujo or Belfour. Give me Bester, Wregget and Potvin, please. Up front, I also want to go heavy with the '83-'93 teams. Yes, it's all about me.

Here's a laundry list of the Leafs I'd like to see considered for our Alumni team. The only slam dunks would be Wendel, Dougie, Darryl, Borje and Mats, right?

  • John Anderson
  • Dave Andreychuk
  • Bryan Berard
  • Allan Bester
  • Nikolai Borchevsky
  • Wendel Clark
  • Russ Courtnall
  • Vincent Damphousse
  • Dan Daoust
  • Bill Derlago
  • Dave Ellett
  • Tom Fergus
  • Mike Foligno
  • Miroslav Frycer
  • Todd Gill
  • Doug Gilmour
  • Al Iafrate
  • Peter Ihnacak
  • Dave Keon
  • Chris Kotsopoulos
  • Gary Leeman
  • Jim McKenny
  • Ed Olczyk
  • Felix Potvin
  • Gary Roberts
  • Borje Salming
  • Darryl Sittler
  • Mats Sundin
  • Steve Thomas
  • Rick Vaive
  • Ken Wregget
  • Dmitri Yushkevich

Who do you want to see suit up for the Leafs in the alumni game next season?


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Comments (19)

Neal

Love to see Daniel Marois - always liked him. Chad Kilger - character guy. Peter Ing, Sergei Berezin, Mogilny and Kevyn Adams.

January 19, 2012 / 22:53

CQ

Only if they get paid.

January 19, 2012 / 23:02

gump

You must have gotten "Chad Kilger" incorrect.
You meant to say you'd like to see "Chad Kroeger" of Nickelback and "Ed Kilgore" of the 1970's Buffalo's WGRZ right?

January 20, 2012 / 01:48

Pigeon Toed Dave

Mike--- Are you trying for some pre game fireworks in the dressing room with Leeman and Iafrate in such close quarters.

January 20, 2012 / 08:04

andrew

Don't you want to see CUJO?

If Bernie Parent can play for 5 minutes, I'm sure Johnny Bower would love to play also.

January 20, 2012 / 08:16

4x4 Time

You have to add Jack Valiquette just for the laughs. I golfed in a Leafs Alumni charity tournament about 10 years ago, and the stories he told us had us in stitches the whole day

January 20, 2012 / 08:33

Toronto Mike Verified as the defacto Toronto Mike

@Pigeon Toed Dave

Yes!

January 20, 2012 / 09:08

Rick2

let's not forget one of the hardest workers of his era... Motor City Smitty !

January 20, 2012 / 11:26

Toronto Mike Verified as the defacto Toronto Mike

I'd be good with Brad Smith and Brad Marsh.

January 20, 2012 / 11:32

Rick2

after the last posting, I searched for a good clip, and came up with this..check it out, it's classic...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5c322W_paE&feature=related

January 20, 2012 / 11:32

Clip Smith

Bobby Baun & Alan Stanley
20 second shift...
Gold Jerry Gold !!!!

January 20, 2012 / 14:32

VegasGeoff

Darcy Tucker
Dan Daoust

January 20, 2012 / 14:58

Toronto Mike Verified as the defacto Toronto Mike

I had Dan Daoust. I like Darcy, but it seems like I just saw him suit up with the Leafs. That's primarily why I left off guys like Mogilny and Cujo and Belfour and Domi. I just saw them!

January 20, 2012 / 15:15

Myke

Domi, Potvin, Gartner, Sittler, Clark, Gilmore, Tiger, Keon

January 21, 2012 / 20:02

felix

Mark Osborne, Mark Laforest, Lou Franceschetti, Dave Hannan, Garry Valk, Bill Berg.

RIP Peter Zezel.

January 22, 2012 / 21:39

Paul

"The Hound Line"—Toronto Maple Leafs (1980s)—Wendel Clark, Russ Courtnall, and Gary Leeman – all three had played for the Notre Dame Hounds

January 23, 2012 / 11:51

Toronto Mike Verified as the defacto Toronto Mike

The Hound Line is a must. They have to play together.

January 23, 2012 / 11:53

felix

Leeman will have to be double-shifted then. The GEM (Gary, Eddie, Mark) line needs reuniting, too!

January 26, 2012 / 23:38

Crunch17

How about Wilf Paiement, Pat Boutette, Blaine Stoughton, Mike Palmateer, Ian Turnbull, Rocky Saginuk, Errol Thompson, and Bob Neely!!!

July 8, 2013 / 19:05

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