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Chart: NHL lockout career-enders?

  • October 30, 2012 - 11:13 PM

CAREER-ENDERS?

Notable players whose final NHL season was wiped out because of the 2004-05 lockout:

Player Games Points

 Mark Messier, F 1,756 1,857

Ron Francis, C 1,731 1,798

Adam Oates, C 1,337 1,420

Al MacInnis, D 1,416 1,274

Vincent Damphousse, F 1,378 1,205

Steve Thomas, F 1,235 933

Scott Stevens, D 1,645 908

Cliff Ronning, C 1,137 869

Shayne Corson, F 1,156 693

Igor Larionov, C 921 644

Goalies: Felix Potvin, Arturs Irbe, Jeff Hackett, Trevor Kidd and Byron Dafoe.

Careers in jeopardy if 2012-13 season is lost:

Player Games Points

Jaromir Jagr, F 1,346 1,653

 Teemu Selanne, W 1,341 1,406

Daniel Alfredsson, F 1,131 1,082

Jason Arnott, C 1,244 938

Brian Rolston, W 1,256 761

Andrew Brunette, W 1,110 733

Tomas Holmstrom, W 1,026 530

Jason Blake, C 871 486

Sean O'Donnell, D 1,224 229

Goalie: Dwayne Roloson, 606 games

LOCKOUT VETS

The NHL has lost 2,024 games spanning three lockouts since 1994.

Fourteen players -- Jason Arnott, Adrian Aucoin, Martin Brodeur, Sergei Gonchar, Roman Hamrlik, Jaromir Jagr, Nikolai Khabibulin, Sean O'Donnell, Brian Rolston, Teemu Selanne, Ray Whitney, Jamie Langenbrunner, Ryan Smyth and Chris Pronger -- were part of all three, although Langenbrunner and Smyth only played a smattering of games in 1993-94 and Pronger's career is likely over because of a concussion. Jagr even took part in a fourth work stoppage -- a 10-day, 1992 strike.

MICHAEL RUSSO

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