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Hockey Canada Program of Excellence Alumnus at The NHL Entry Draft
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June 28, 2004
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Mighty Ducks of Anaheim: Mike Babcock - Head Coach (Head Coach - 1997 NJT)

Atlanta: Brad McCrimmon – Asst. Coach (Asst. coach - 2002 U18); Marcel Comeau – Scout (Head Coach - 1996 NJT)

Boston: Adam Creighton – Scout (Player – 1985 NJT)

Buffalo: Scott Arniel – Asst. coach (Player – 1982 NJT)

Carolina: Sheldon Ferguson (Head Scout – POE)

Colorado: Craig Billington – Goaltending Coach (Player – 1985, 1986 NJT);

Los Angeles: Ray Bennett – Asst. Coach (Asst. coach - 1999 NJT)

Montreal: Julien – Head Coach (Head Coach - 2000 NJT, Asst. coach - 1999 NJT; Head Coach - 1998 U18); Guy Charron – Asst. coach (Head Coach – 1994 NJT);

New Jersey: Pat Burns – Head Coach (Asst. coach - 1987 NJT);

New York Islanders: Ryan Jankowski – Chief European Scout (Video coach – 2002 NJT, 2003 NJT, 2002 U18, 2003 U18)

New York Rangers: Tom Renney – Interim Head Coach (Head Coach - 1999 NJT); Rich Brown – Scout (Asst. coach – 2000 U18);

Ottawa: Perry Pearn – Asst. coach (Asst. coach – 1994 NJT); Phil Legault – VP, Communications (Media Relations – POE);

Philadelphia: Ken Hitchcock (Asst. coach – 1988 NJT) ;

Phoenix: Dave Draper – VP, Scouting (Head Scout – POE);

Pittsburgh : Mario Lemieux – Chairman, CEO (Player – 1983 NJT);

Toronto: Barry Trapp – Director, Amateur Scouting (Chief Scout – POE 1996-2002); Paul Dennis – Player Development Coach (Sport Psychologist – 2003 NJT)

Vancouver: Mike Johnston – Asst. Coach (Asst. coach – 1995 NJT); Dave Morrison – Scout (Player - 1982 NJT);

Washington: Shawn Simpson – Director of Player Personnel (Player - 1987 NJT); Dale Derkatch – Scout (Player – 1983, 1984 NJT);


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