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May 10, 2004
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Player/Staff arrivals back to North American cities...all information here is
SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Please note, any players or staff NOT on this list below means that the player has chosen to remain in Europe on vacation, and will not be returning to North American in the next few days.

CANADIAN CITIES - ARRIVALS USA CITIES - ARRIVALS
Brendan Morrison and Matt Cooke
VANCOUVER 2:20PM,
LUFT - 492

Mike Babcock, JS Giguere
CALGARY 3:45PM,
AC - 845
Connecting to Anaheim from Calgary (MAY NOT be available for media in Calgary airport)

Bob Nicholson, Jeff Shantz
CALGARY 3:45PM,
AC - 845

Rob Niedermayer
CALGARY 3:45PM,
AC - 845
CRANBROOK 7:04PM,
AC - 7253
MAY NOT be available in Calgary airport

Lanny McDonald
Calgary 6:35PM,
AC - 853

Jamie Heward
REGINA 4:02PM,
AC - 157

Marc Denis
MONTREAL 12:25PM,
AC - 871
BAGOTVILLE 4:36PM,
AC - 8686

Jay Bouwmeester
EDMONTON 6:07PM,
AC - 6291

Steve Staios
Toronto 7:45PM,
AC - 877
Brenden Morrow
DALLAS 8:11PM,
Cont - 1139

Scott Niedermayer and Jeff Friesen NEWARK 3:45PM,
Delta - 8758

Patrice Bergeron
BOSTON 7:55PM,
LUFT - 0420

Todd Woodcroft- video coach
MINNEAPOLIS 3:50PM,
NW - 8667

Peter Friesen
RALEIGH 6:52PM,
Delta - 445

Derek Morris
DENVER 3:10PM,
LUFT - 446

Nick Schultz
MINNEAPOLIS 5:20PM,
LUFT - 9162

Justin Williams
PHILADELPHIA 4:00PM,
LUFT - 426

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