Where Are They Now?

Here is a list of former Hawks and where they are playing in 2009-10:


Braydon Coburn – Philadelphia Flyers

Brandon Dubinsky – New York Rangers

Andrew Ference – Boston Bruins

Paul Gaustad – Buffalo Sabres

Jannik Hansen – Vancouver Canucks

Marian Hossa – Chicago Blackhawks

Jason LaBarbera – Phoenix Coyotes

Cody McLeod – Colorado Avalanche

Brenden Mikkelson – Anaheim Ducks

Brenden Morrow – Dallas Stars

Scott Nichol – San Jose Sharks

Dave Scatchard – Nashville Predators

Matt Walker – Tampa Bay Lightning


Dan DaSilva – Worcester Sharks

Travis Ehrhardt – Grand Rapids Griffins

Michael Funk – Manitoba Moose

Rob Klinkhammer – Rockford IceHogs

Frazer McLaren – Worcester Sharks

Michael Sauer – Hartford Wolf Pack

Colton Sceviour – Texas Stars


Marcel Hossa – Riga Dynamo

Jakub Klepis – Omsk Avangard

Nolan Pratt – Khabarovsk Amur

Richard Zednik – Yaroslavl Lokomotiv


Curtis Darling – Ontario Reign

Craig Valette – Stockton Thunder

Patrick Wellar – South Carolina Stingrays


Stanislav Balan – Zlin ZPS HC – Czech

Jozef Balej – Trinec Ocelari HC – Czech

Max Brandl – Hamburg Freezers – Germany

Garrett Festerling – Hannover Scorpions – Germany

Colin Forbes – Mannheim Eagles – Germany

Josh Green – MODO – Sweden

Stefan Langwieder – Iserlohn Roosters – Germany

Andrej Podkonicky – Liberec Bili Tygri HC – Czech

Harlan Pratt – Ljubljana Olimpija HK – Austria

Richie Regehr – Berlin Polar Bears – Germany

Viktor Sjodin – Bofors IK – Sweden

Brandon Smith – Straubing Tigers – Germany


Robin Big Snake – Muskegon Lumberjacks

Danny Lapointe – Dayton Gems

Todd Robinson – Muskegon Lumberjacks


Marty Standish – Tulsa Oilers

Canadian University:

Alex Aldred – University of New Brunswick

Kyle Bailey – University of New Brunswick

Dustin Butler – University of Calgary

Max Gordichuk – University of British Columbia

Teegan Moore – University of Calgary

Brayden Nargang – University of Lethbridge

Matt Schmermund – Ryerson

Tyler Swystun – University of Calgary

Kevin Undershute – St. Francis Xavier

Keith Voytechek – University of British Columbia

Jordan White – University of British Columbia

Brian Woolger – University of Alberta

If you have others that I missed, let me know…




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  1. Thanks for this – it’s nice to know where everyone has ended up.

  2. Here are six more ex-Winterhawks playing in Europe.

    Justin Bekkering – Heerenveen Flyers – Netherlands
    Martin Bucek – Unia Oswiecim – Poland
    Matt Davidson – Tingsryd – Sweden
    Scott Langkow – Krefeld Pinguine – Germany
    Josh Olson – Hannover Indians – Germany
    Kevin Young – Eispiraten Crimmitschau – Germany

  3. Would take some time, but it might be interesting to know how many former Hawks have coaching or front office jobs.

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