Thursday, August 10, 2006


Here is a list of BC - born players divided into two teams. The first team is my opinion of the best players and the second team is second best. Do you agree? I didn't even know some of these players were born here, like Danny Gare and Peter McNab. I think our A team could hold it's own against another team from another province. Ontario and Quebec would have serious A teams though! But screw them!!! We have Barry Beck! haha!
For the record, Scott Niedermayer was born in Edmonton, not Cranbrook or Cassiar.



  • Joe Sakic (Burnaby)
  • Steve Yzerman (Cranbrook)
  • Cam Neely (Comox)
  • Paul Kariya (Vancouver)
  • Mark Recchi (Kamloops)
  • John Ferguson (Vancouver)
  • Glenn Anderson (Vancouver)
  • Peter McNab (Vancouver)
  • Danny Gare (Nelson)
  • Geoff Courtnall (Duncan)
  • Darren McCarty (Burnaby)
  • Ryan Walter (New Westminister)
  • Jim Watson (Smithers)
  • Joe Watson (Smithers)
  • John Klemm (Cranbrook)
  • Barry Beck (Vancouver)
  • Doug Lidster (Kamloops)
  • Bob Rouse (Surrey)
  • Cecil 'Tiny' Thompson (Sandon)
  • Andy Moog (Penticton)

  • Greg Adams (Nelson)
  • Russ Courtnall (Duncan)
  • Brendan Morrison (Pitt Meadows)
  • Rob Niedermayer (Cassiar)
  • Darcy Rota (Vancouver)
  • Adam Deadmarsh (Trail)
  • Turner Stevenson (Prince George)
  • Steve Tambellini (Trail)
  • Shawn Horcoff (Trail)
  • Steve Bozek (Kelowna)
  • Travis Green (Castlegar)
  • Dallas Drake (Trail)
  • Brad Lukowich (Cranbrook)
  • Joe Reekie (Victoria)
  • Murray Baron (Prince George)
  • Eric Brewer (Vernon)
  • Scott Hannan (Richmond)
  • Dan Hamhuis (Smithers)
  • Wade Flaherty (Terrace)
  • Jason Labarbera (Prince George)


At August 10, 2006 at 3:53 p.m. , Blogger Hodge said...

Why in the hell isn't Tony Twist(PG) on either of those teams??.

At August 10, 2006 at 4:06 p.m. , Blogger Zanstorm said...

Because Tony Twist has about as much superstar status as Yannik Tremblay...NEXT!

At August 10, 2006 at 7:02 p.m. , Blogger Earl Sleek said...

For the record, Scott Niedermayer was born in Edmonton, not Cranbrook or Cassiar.

And to this day, Rob Niedermayer cites this fact as the reason he is the lesser-skilled brother.

"I didn't ask to be born (in B.C.)!"

At August 10, 2006 at 7:26 p.m. , Blogger Zanstorm said...

Below the belt! Deduct a point!


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