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#1 Lidstromboli

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Posted 03 June 2010 - 12:34 AM

i was looking at the Thrashers roster and noticed that they have players from eightdifferent countries: Canada, United States, Russia, Sweden, Slovakia, Kazakhstan, Czech Republic, and Germany.

are there any other teams with more? thought it'd be fun to look around :)

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#2 InKennyWeTrust

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Posted 03 June 2010 - 02:24 AM

Because I'm drunk:

Anaheim: 5 (USA, Canada, Finland, Slovakia, Switzerland)
Atlanta: 8 (USA, Canada, Russia, Kazakhstan, Sweden, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany)
Boston: 7 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Slovakia, France, Germany, Finland)
Buffalo: 7 (USA, Canada, Slovakia, Sweden, Austria, Finland, Germany)
Carolina: 4 (USA, Canada, Finland, Russia
Calgary: 5 (USA, Canada, Finland, Czech Republic, Brazil)
Chicago: 6 (USA, Canada, Slovakia, Sweden, France, Finland)
Colorado: 5 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Belarus, Slovakia)
Columbus: 5 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Russia, Sweden)
Dallas: 6 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Latvia)
Detroit: 7 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Russia, Slovenia, Finland, Czech Republic)
Edmonton: 4 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Russia)
Florida: 4 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Russia)
Minnesota: 5 (USA, Canada, Finland, Czech Republic, Great Britain)
Montreal: 6 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Russia, Belarus, Slovakia)
Nashville: 6 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Germany, Finland, Russia)
New Jersey: 6 (USA, Canada, Russia, Finland, Lithuania, Czech Republic)
NYI: 7 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, South Korea, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland)
NYR: 7 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Sweden, Finland, Russia)
Ottawa: 7 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Russia)
Philadelphia: 7 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Latvia, Austria)
Phoenix: 8 (USA, Canada, Finland, Russia, Czech Republic, Latvia, Denmark, Poland)
Pittsburgh: 5 (USA, Canada, Russia, Ukraine, Brunei)
San Jose: 5 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Germany, Kazakhstan)
St. Louis: 5 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Denmark, Czech Republic)
Tampa Bay: 5 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Slovakia, Finland)
Toronto: 6 (USA, Canada, Germany, Sweden, Czech Republic, Russia)
Vancouver: 9 (USA, Canada, Finland, Germany, Sweden, Russia, Austria, Denmark, Slovakia)
Washington: 5 (USA, Canada, Russia, Sweden, Czech Republic)

I might have ruined some fun, but here ya go! Also, I can't proclaim this to be perfect as I'm intoxicated. This comes from each team's site off of NHL.com.

#3 SweWings

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Posted 03 June 2010 - 05:38 AM

Because I'm drunk:

Anaheim: 5 (USA, Canada, Finland, Slovakia, Switzerland)
Atlanta: 8 (USA, Canada, Russia, Kazakhstan, Sweden, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany)
Boston: 7 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Slovakia, France, Germany, Finland)
Buffalo: 7 (USA, Canada, Slovakia, Sweden, Austria, Finland, Germany)
Carolina: 4 (USA, Canada, Finland, Russia
Calgary: 5 (USA, Canada, Finland, Czech Republic, Brazil)
Chicago: 6 (USA, Canada, Slovakia, Sweden, France, Finland)
Colorado: 5 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Belarus, Slovakia)
Columbus: 5 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Russia, Sweden)
Dallas: 6 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Latvia)
Detroit: 7 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Russia, Slovenia, Finland, Czech Republic)
Edmonton: 4 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Russia)
Florida: 4 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Russia)
Minnesota: 5 (USA, Canada, Finland, Czech Republic, Great Britain)
Montreal: 6 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Russia, Belarus, Slovakia)
Nashville: 6 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Germany, Finland, Russia)
New Jersey: 6 (USA, Canada, Russia, Finland, Lithuania, Czech Republic)
NYI: 7 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, South Korea, Switzerland, Denmark, Finland)
NYR: 7 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Sweden, Finland, Russia)
Ottawa: 7 (USA, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Russia)
Philadelphia: 7 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Latvia, Austria)
Phoenix: 8 (USA, Canada, Finland, Russia, Czech Republic, Latvia, Denmark, Poland)
Pittsburgh: 5 (USA, Canada, Russia, Ukraine, Brunei)
San Jose: 5 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Germany, Kazakhstan)
St. Louis: 5 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Denmark, Czech Republic)
Tampa Bay: 5 (USA, Canada, Sweden, Slovakia, Finland)
Toronto: 6 (USA, Canada, Germany, Sweden, Czech Republic, Russia)
Vancouver: 9 (USA, Canada, Finland, Germany, Sweden, Russia, Austria, Denmark, Slovakia)
Washington: 5 (USA, Canada, Russia, Sweden, Czech Republic)

I might have ruined some fun, but here ya go! Also, I can't proclaim this to be perfect as I'm intoxicated. This comes from each team's site off of NHL.com.

Wojtek Wolski was born in Poland but he is a Canadian citizen. I'm guessing the guy born in Brunei isn't actually a citizen either. But otherwise I really appreciate the list - esp if you did it when drunk.

#4 InKennyWeTrust

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Posted 03 June 2010 - 11:26 AM

Wojtek Wolski was born in Poland but he is a Canadian citizen. I'm guessing the guy born in Brunei isn't actually a citizen either. But otherwise I really appreciate the list - esp if you did it when drunk.


Yeah, I think it was Craig Adams who was born in Brunei. My memory's a little hazy from last night :)

Mostly, I just went by whatever the team's roster had them listed as.

Edit: Robyn Regehr was the player listed from Brazil, and he's lived most of his life in Canada. Maybe that loses Calgary some diversity points?

Edited by InKennyWeTrust, 03 June 2010 - 11:29 AM.






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