Rosters Announced For Stadium Series Alumni Game

The rosters were announced on Wednesday for the Alumni Game before the Stadium Series contest in Minnesota in February. Coaching Chicago will be Pat Foley and Tony Esposito, while Lou Nanne and Tom Reid will call the shots for “Team Minnesota,” which will include significant players from both the North Stars and Wild.

There are some fun names on these lists from across generations of fans in both Chicago and Minnesota. The Blackhawks will have Jack O’Callahan, Jeremy Roenick, Eric Daze and Denis Savard available. Sadly, two names specifically missing from the Chicago lineup – Steve Larmer and Al Secord – promised to take the event to another level when they were finally reunited with Savard. Troy Murray and Steve Konroyd will leave their comfortable jobs as analysts and return to the ice, and Jamal Mayers and Brent Sopel will undoubtedly chirp the rest of the team as the only two to win a championship with the Blackhawks.

Adrian Aucoin
Murray Bannerman
Ed Belfour
Dave Christian
Denis Cyr
Eric Daze
Reggie Kerr
Steve Konroyd
Cliff Koroll
Dave Mackey
Peter Marsh
Jamal Mayers
Grant Mulvey
Troy Murray
Brian Noonan
Jack O’Callahan
Jeremy Roenick
Phil Russell
Denis Savard
Reid Simpson
Brent Sopel
Jimmy Waite

Fred Barrett
Don Beaupre
Brian Bellows
Brad Bombardir (Wild)
Neal Broten
Andrew Brunette (Wild)
Jack Carlson
Jon Casey
Dino Ciccarelli
Jim Dowd (Wild)
Curt Giles
Craig Hartsburg
Darby Hendrickson (Wild)
Antti Laaksonen (Wild)
Reed Larson
Dennis Maruk
Brad Maxwell
Basil McRae
Gilles Meloche
Mike Modano
Richard Park (Wild)
Steve Payne
Willi Plett
Gordie Roberts
Bobby Smith
Wes Walz (Wild)
Tom Younghans

5 thoughts on “Rosters Announced For Stadium Series Alumni Game

  1. In order to stay true to form, one would think Mr. Rufus has an opinion or two re: these rosters….

  2. With Waite and Bannerman in net neither the North Stars or the Wild have a hope in Hades. Phil Russell..whoa..thats going back a ways…he’s older than Ebony!

  3. Shouldn’t Modano be a Dallas alum? I know he started with north stars, and intermixing wild players makes it strange. ( hawks fan, but ex wild season ticket holder)

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