AHL Prospect Profile:Derek Armstrong

by Adam Loss
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DEREK ARMSTRONG


POSITION: CENTER
SHOOTS: RIGHT
HEIGHT: 6-1
WEIGHT: 193
BIRTHDATE: APRIL 23, 1973
BIRTHPLACE: OTTAWA, ONTARIO

HISTORY:

During his stellar junior career with the Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario
Hockey League, Derek Armstrong was drafted in the fifth-round of the 1992
National Hockey League Entry Draft by the New York Islanders. Now in his
seventh professional season, he has played 82 NHL games with the Islanders
(1993-94, 95-96, 96-97), Ottawa Senators (1997-98) and New York Rangers
(1998-99), totalling 19 points (nine goals, 10 assists) and 56 penalty
minutes. In 359 minor league games with Salt Lake (1993-94), Denver
(1994-95), Utah (1996-97) and Detroit (1997-98) of the International Hockey
League, and Worcester (1995-96) and Hartford (1997 ? present) of the American
Hockey League, Armstrong has 108 goals, 182 assists and 328 penalty minutes.
In 1995, he was a member of the IHL Turner Cup Champion Denver Grizzlies. He
is a two-time AHL All-Star (1999, 2000), who was the Bauer Canadian Player of
the Game in 1999. His 105 assists and 162 points for the Hartford WolfPack
are all-time club records, and last season’s 80 points (29 goals, 51 assists)
are a single-season club record, as well as a personal high.

TALENT ANALYSIS:

Armstrong is the WolfPack’s first-line center, as well as a regular Read more»

1999 AHL All Star Game

by pbadmin
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The 1999 AHL All Star Game will have the skills competion on January 24
and on January 25 the all-star game will be played. The game will be held
in the First Union Center in Philadelphia, home of the NHL Flyers. The
rosters are pretty even and the game will be pretty good. The rosters are as
follows:



Planet USA Canada

F Richard Park F Jim Montgomery
F Herbert Vasiljevs F Jeff Williams
F Landon Wilson F Shane Willis
F Lubos Bartecko F Derek Armstrong
F Jim Dowd F J.P. Dumont
F Ken Gernander F Steve Guolla
F Sean Haggerty F John Madden
F Ladislav Kohn F Randy Robitaille
F Fredrik Lindquist F Martin St. Louis
F Valentin Morozov F Andre Savage
F Boris Protsenko F Peter White
F Johan Witehall F Bob Wren
D Francis Bouillon D Dan Boyle
D Rich Brennan D Brad Tiley
D Zdeno Chara D Ray Giroux
D Jon Coleman D Jean-Luc Grand-Pierre
D Chris O'Sullivan D Geordie Kinnear
D Ricard Persson D Dean Melanson
D Andrei Zyuzin D Ken Sutton
G Jean-Marc Pelletier G Martin Biron
G Jim Carey G Marc Denis
G Robert Esche G Steve Passmore

Canada has a young team with many future superstars. In goal they have Read more»