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2009-2010 Fantasy Hockey League Commemorative Yearbook
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The 2009-10 season ended just as the year before, with the Atlanta Thrashers hoisting the Duteau Cup.
Tim Stevenson cemented his place in FHL history, becoming only the third GM to win multiple titles
and the second to win consecutive championships, joining the Grivnow Sabres of '97-'98 and '98-'99.  
Congratulations to Kalin Mitchell and his Blue Jackets for reaching the final in only his second
season in the league and also to James Borkowski for guiding the Flyers to the Commissioner's Trophy.  
As usual, a fantastic job was done by Paul (stats), Doug (traders), Daniel (web), Adam (auction), 
Steve (Olympics), and Mark (email); thanks to each for their dedication, time, and energy.  I hope 
everyone had a great season and I look forward to seeing everyone back again in September.  -ss 



Team Awards

Playoffs:
2009-2010 FHL Champions (La Coupe Duteau Cup) - Tim Stevenson (ATL)
2009-2010 Eastern Conference Champions (Lord Luddington Cup) - Tim Stevenson (ATL)
2009-2010 Western Conference Champions (Earl of Grivnow Cup) - Kalin Mitchell (CLB)

Regular Season:

2009-2010 FHL Commissioner's Trophy  - James Borkowski (PHI)
2009-2010 Atlantic Division Winners  - James Borkowski (PHI)
2009-2010 Southeast Division Winners - Tim Stevenson (ATL)
2009-2010 Northeast Division Winners - Linh Doan (BUF)
2009-2010 Central Division Winners   - Kalin Mitchell (CLB)
2009-2010 Northwest Division Winners - Darren Madill (CGY)
2009-2010 Pacific Division Winners   - Steve Tanner (L.A)  

Season Records

Most Points (cumul)    Steven Stringer (FLA) 147 2006-07
Least Points (cumul)   Linh Doan (BUF) 5 2003-04
Most Points (W-L-T)    Steven Stringer (FLA) 141 2006-07
Least Points (W-L-T)   Linh Doan (BUF) 1 2003-04
Most Goals             Stephen Grivnow (BUF) 333 1995-96
Least Goals            Nate McConnell (DAL) 66 1994-95
Most Assists           Adam Ardis (EDM) 554 1995-96
Least Assists          Nate McConnell (DAL) 113 1994-95
Most PIM               Nate McConnell (DAL) 2378 1993-94
Least PIM              Linh Doan (BUF) 267 2003-04
Most DStat             Shane Goudie (MIN) 551.50 2003-04
Least DStat            Linh Doan (BUF) 138.38 2003-04
Most GStat             Steven Stringer (FLA) 480.95 2006-07
Least GStat            Linh Doan (BUF) -0.70 2003-04

 

Lifetime Coaching Records
Name (Team)           Seasons Pts/Max.    Pct      Highs:Div/Conf/Leag/Playoffs

Paul Myers (N.J)         15  1525/2145   .711     (1/1/1/F)
Steven Stringer (FLA)     9   907/1350   .672     (1/1/1/W)
Linh Doan (BUF)           6   587/900    .652     (1/1/1/2)
James Borkowski (PHI)    15  1365/2145   .636     (1/1/1/F)
Tim Stevenson (ATL)       5   459/750    .612     (1/3/4/W)
Kalin Mitchell (CLB)      2   178/300    .593     (1/1/3/F)
Brad Schott (S.J/NSH)    10   872/1490   .585     (1/1/2/F)
Aaron Brasket (DET)      11   932/1625   .574     (1/2/3/W)
Andrew Weaver (VAN)      15  1228/2145   .572     (1/1/2/F)
Darren Madill (CGY)       4   331/600    .552     (1/1/3/W)
Doug Lewis (OTT)         12   940/1755   .536     (2/5/8/1)
Tim Webber (STL)          3   238/450    .529     (2/5/9/3)
Mark Benvenga (CHI)      16  1185/2249   .527     (1/1/1/W)
Daniel Robitaille (*)    15  1094/2119   .516     (1/1/4/W)
Shane Goudie (MIN)        8   609/1200   .508     (1/2/3/W)
David Wong (QUE/COL)     16  1134/2249   .504     (1/3/8/F)
Roger Rainville (ANA)     1    75/150    .500     (2/9/19/-)
J-F Provencher (NYR)     14   992/2015   .492     (1/2/2/3)
Carl Martel (T.B)         9   650/1350   .481     (2/6/7/1)
Dave Moore (TOR)         14   963/2015   .478     (1/3/5/F)
Andrew Sundelin (BOS)    16  1037/2249   .461     (1/2/4/2)
Tony Goudie (**)         14   909/1974   .460     (1/1/1/3)
Adam Ardis (EDM)         16  1034/2249   .460     (2/2/4/W)
Howard Wong (DAL)         1    65/150    .433     (3/11/22/-)
Steve Walton (PHX)        9   581/1350   .430     (2/6/12/1)
Steve Gandour (PIT)       8   498/1200   .415     (2/4/5/3)
Steve Tanner (L.A)        4   222/600    .370     (1/3/17/1)
Paul Spence (CAR)         5   273/750    .364     (2/7/8/1)
David Bailey (WSH)        5   179/750    .239     (4/13/23/-)
Jason Matthews (NYI)      1    27/150    .180     (5/14/29/-)

(*) Daniel Robitaille has coached DET, NSH, and S.J
(**) Tony Goudie has coached WPG, PHX, BUF, ATL, and MTL


Former Owners
Stephen Grivnow (VAN/BUF) 6   645/769    .839     (1/1/1/W)
Shawn Luddington (WSH)    1    78/104    .750     (1/1/3/F)
Claire Campbell (S.J)     1    97/130    .746     (3/3/4/1)
Clint Theede (T.B)        3   241/364    .662     (2/2/2/3)
Samuel Lau (CGY)          8   692/1049   .660     (1/2/2/W)
Shannon O'Brien (STL)     1    98/150    .653     (3/6/9/1)
Jon Barrett (L.A)         6   482/759    .635     (1/2/4/3)
Rolland Crunk (S.J)       1    65/104    .625     (3/4/6/1)
Jean Duteau (***)         7   538/914    .589     (1/1/1/3)
Aaron Haimowitz (OTT)     2   151/260    .581     (1/3/5/2)
Bryce Levine (FLA/STL)   12   935/1649   .567     (1/1/3/W)
Richard Farley (CGY/ANA)  6   509/900    .566     (1/1/2/F)
Chad Jackrel (BUF)        1    58/104    .558     (3/6/9/2)
Jeff Antebi (NYR)         1    57/104    .548     (4/7/12/1)
Mike Roth (ANA)           5   394/750    .525     (1/1/2/W)
Peter Krueger (L.A)       5   388/740    .524     (1/2/2/2)
Paul Brennan (T.B)        3   200/395    .506     (2/5/10/1)
Nate McConnell (DAL)      2   117/234    .500     (1/2/15/2)
Rick St Pierre (N.J)      1    51/104    .490     (6/9/17/-)
Russ Aue (CLB)            6   437/900    .486     (1/1/1/3)
Paul Branchaud (PIT/BUF) 10   646/1349   .479     (1/1/1/3)
Theron Chaplin (DET)      1    62/130    .477     (5/9/15/-)
Jason Feffer (HFD)        1    48/104    .462     (4/10/19/-)
Dennis Chipman (ANA)      7   409/899    .455     (2/4/8/1)
David Orchard (TOR/DAL)  14   873/1949   .448     (1/1/3/F)
Sonny Hays-Eberts (NYI)  15   932/2099   .444     (2/4/3/1)
Ryan Thieme (HFD/STL)     4   232/525    .442     (2/4/9/1)
Dan McAfee (T.B)          1    61/140    .436     (4/10/17/-)
Wil Yip (OTT/HFD/CAR)    10   581/1369   .424     (1/2/6/F)
Daithi Stone (MTL)        6   362/875    .414     (4/7/12/1)
David Heer (WSH)          1    52/130    .400     (5/11/19/-)
Willie Williams(BUF/WSH) 10   557/1395   .399     (2/6/10/2)
Kyle Bowden (L.A)         1    59/150    .393     (5/13/23/-)
Chris Deschenes (PHX)     2   105/275    .382     (3/9/18/-)
Laura Bernardini (ATL)    1    56/150    .373     (3/10/21/-)
Craig Tuck (STL)          1    38/104    .365     (5/11/22/-)
Eric Webber (DAL)         1    48/150    .320     (4/13/25/-)
Mark Brockington (PHI)    1    33/104    .317     (6/12/24/-)
Shane Marren (MIN)        1    44/150    .293     (5/13/26/-)
Joel Francis (S.J)        4   150/525    .286     (5/7/14/1)
Kim Lacroix (NYR)         1    37/130    .285     (6/14/24/-)
Andy Bartalone (CLB)      1    36/150    .240     (5/15/28/-)
Kevin Jaeggin (STL)       2    56/260    .215     (6/12/24/-)
Jeff Borkowski (STL)      1    28/140    .200     (4/11/26/-)
Jason Francis (HFD)       1     8/130    .062     (6/13/26/-)

(***) Jean Duteau has coached MTL, ATL, and CGY


2009-2010 All-Star Game for The Hays-Eberts Trophy
Not contested (West leads series 7-4)

Olympic Tournament results:
Gold: Central Division
Silver: Pacific Division
Bronze: Northwest Division


Individual/Player Awards

The Mario Lemieux Trophy (Highest rating: MVP)
Mike Green (EDM)

The Wayne Gretzky Trophy (Highest rating:  less than 40 PIM)
Daniel Sedin (MTL)

The Dave 'Hammer' Schultz Trophy (Highest rating: more than 200 PIM)
Steve Downie (CAR)

The Bobby Orr Trophy (Highest rating: defenseman)
Mike Green (EDM)

The Terry Sawchuk Trophy (Highest rating: goaltender)
Ryan Miller (VAN)

The Dennis Chipman Memorial Trophy (Highest rating: FHL rookie)
Victor Hedman (TOR)

The Bang for the Buck Award (Highest rating: $1 FA)
Matt Moulson (OTT)

The Jon Barrett Memorial Trophy (Coach of the Year, selected by Commissioner)
Kalin Mitchell (CLB)

The Henri Richard Trophy (Playoff MVP, selected by Commissioner)
Dustin Byfuglien (ATL)

2009-2010 FHL All-Star Teams
1st Team: Alexander Ovechkin (PHX), Henrik Sedin (NSH), Sidney Crosby (PHX)
         Mike Green (EDM), Chris Pronger (EDM), Ryan Miller (VAN)
2nd Team: Alex Burrows (PHI), Nicklas Backstrom (NYR), Steve Downie (CAR)
         Drew Doughty (CLB), Duncan Keith (STL), Evgeni Nabokov (PIT)
3rd Team: Alexander Semin (ATL), Daniel Sedin (MTL), Marian Gaborik (BUF)
         Zdeno Chara (PIT), Dan Boyle (NSH), Craig Anderson (STL)

2009-2010 FHL All-Rookie Team
Jamie Benn (FLA), Matt Duchene (EDM), John Tavares (WSH)
Victor Hedman (TOR), Ryan Wilson (WSH), Antti Niemi (CHI)