Bryan Bickell Dave Bolland Nick Boynton Troy Brouwer Right Wing Adam Burish Dustin Byfuglien Brian Campbell Ben Eager Colin Fraser Jordan Hendry Niklas Hjalmarsson Marian Hossa Cristobal Huet Kim Johnsson Patrick Kane Duncan Keith Tomas Kopecky Andrew Ladd John Madden Antti Niemi (Rookie) Brent Seabrook Patrick Sharp Brent Sopel Jonathan Toews Kris Versteeg

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Bryan Bickell Dave Bolland Nick Boynton Troy Brouwer Right Wing Adam Burish Dustin Byfuglien Brian Campbell Ben Eager Colin Fraser Jordan Hendry Niklas Hjalmarsson Marian Hossa Cristobal Huet Kim Johnsson Patrick Kane Duncan Keith Tomas Kopecky Andrew Ladd John Madden Antti Niemi (Rookie) Brent Seabrook Patrick Sharp Brent Sopel Jonathan Toews Kris Versteeg


Left wing

Size: 6-4, 223

Age: 24

Nickname: Bicks

2009 playoffs: Did not appear in any games.

Hawks factoid: Had 3 goals

and 1 assist in 16 games.

Center

Age: 23

Size: 6-0, 181

Nickname: Bolly

2009 playoffs: Tied for third on the team with 8 assists and fourth with 12 points in 17 games.

Hawks factoid: Missed the first 41 games of the season due to injury.

Defense

Age: 31

Size: 6-1, 218

Nickname: Nicky

2009 playoffs:

Hawks factoid: Was acquired in a trade with Anaheim on March 2.

Age: 24

Size: 6-2, 214

Nickname: Brouw

2009 playoffs: Tied for third

on the team

with 50 hits.

Hawks factoid: Posted career highs in goals (22) and assists (18) this season.

Right wing

Age: 27

Size: 6-0, 189

Nickname: Bur

2009 playoffs: Shared the team lead with a +3 plus/minus rating and finished second with 30 penalty minutes

Hawks factoid: The 282nd overall pick in the 2002 draft.

Right wing

Age: 25

Size: 6-4, 257

Nickname: Buff

2009 playoffs: Tied for the team lead with 78 hits at the end of the conference finals.

Hawks factoid: Recorded career highs in goals (17) and assists (17) this season.

Defense

Age: 30

Size: 6-0, 189

Nickname: Soupy

2009 playoffs: Tied for fourth among NHL defensemen with 8 assists and 10 points

in 17 games.

Hawks factoid: Had 8 multi-point games this season.

Left wing

Age: 26

Size: 6-2, 230

Nickname: Eags

2009 playoffs: Paced the NHL at the conclusion of the conference finals with 61 penalty minutes

Hawks factoid: Compiled a career +9 plus/minus rating.

Center

Age: 25

Size: 6-1, 190

Nickname: Frazz

2009 playoffs: Recorded

4 shots in

Game 5 of the conference finals against Detroit.

Hawks factoid: Scored 5 goals

in Hawks' final four games.

Defense

Age: 26

Size: 6-0, 197

Nickname: Hen

2009 playoffs: Did not appear

in any games.

Hawks factoid: Played in a career-high 43 games this season.

Defense

Age: 22

Size: 6-3, 205

Nickname: Hammer

2009 playoffs: Paced NHL rookie defensemen and ranked second overall on the team with 31 blocked shots.

Hawks factoid: Ranked third on the team with 137 blocked shots.

Right wing

Age: 31

Size: 6-1, 210

Nickname: Hoss

2009 playoffs: Tied for fifth on Detroit with 15 points in 23 playoff games.

Hawks factoid: Tied for the club lead with a +24 plus/minus rating.

Goalie

Age: 34

Size: 6-1, 205

Nickname: Huey

2009 playoffs: Went 1-2 with a 3.23 GAA and a .910 save percentage.

Hawks factoid: Allowed

2 or fewer goals 25 times.

Defense

Age: 34

Size: 6-1, 193

Nickname: Kimmie

2009 playoffs: Did not appear in any games with Minnesota. …

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