List of NHL statistical leaders by country

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This is a list of National Hockey League statistical leaders by country of birth, sorted by total points. The top ten players from each country are included. Statistics are current through the end of the 2013–14 NHL season and players currently playing in the NHL are marked in boldface.

All players are listed by the current country of the players' birth location, regardless of their citizenship or where they were trained in hockey.

Contents

Country

See also
Notes
External links

Country[edit]

Canada[edit]

Wayne Gretzky is the all-time leader in points from any country.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Wayne Gretzky EDM, LAK, STL, NYR 1,487 2,857 1.92
2 Mark Messier EDM, NYR, VAN, NYR 1,756 1,887 1.07
3 Gordie Howe DET, HAR 1,767 1,850 1.05
4 Ron Francis HAR, PIT, CAR, TOR 1,731 1,798 1.04
5 Marcel Dionne DET, LAK, NYR 1,348 1,771 1.31
6 Steve Yzerman DET 1,514 1,755 1.16
7 Mario Lemieux PIT 915 1,723 1.88
8 Joe Sakic QUE, COL 1,378 1,641 1.19
9 Phil Esposito CHI, BOS, NYR 1,282 1,590 1.24
10 Ray Bourque (D) BOS, COL 1,612 1,579 0.98

Czech Republic[edit]

Jaromir Jagr is the all-time leading non-Canadian point scorer.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Jaromir Jagr PIT, WAS, NYR, PHI, DAL, BOS, NJD 1,473 1,755 1.19
2 Patrik Elias NJD 1,155 983 0.85
3 Milan Hejduk COL 1,020 805 0.79
4 Vaclav Prospal PHI, OTT, FLA, TBL, ANA, TBL, PHI, NYR, CBJ 1,108 765 0.69
5 Bobby Holik HAR, NJD, NYR, ATL, NJD 1,314 747 0.57
6 Petr Sykora NJD, ANA, NYR, EDM, PIT, MIN, NJD 1,017 721 0.71
7 Martin Straka PIT, OTT, NYI, FLA, PIT, LAK, NYR 954 717 0.75
8 Petr Nedved[1] VAN, STL, NYR, PIT, NYR, EDM, PHX, PHI, EDM 982 717 0.73
9 Robert Lang LAK, BOS, PIT, WAS, DET, CHI, MTL, PHX 989 703 0.71
10 Roman Hamrlik (D) TBL, EDM, NYI, CGY, MTL, WAS, NYR 1,395 638 0.46

Slovakia[edit]

Marian Hossa is the leading active Slovak point scorer.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Stan Mikita[2] CHI 1,394 1,467 1.05
2 Peter Stastny[3] QUE, NJD, STL 977 1,239 1.27
3 Marian Hossa OTT, ATL, PIT, DET, CHI 1,090 995 0.91
4 Pavol Demitra OTT, STL, LAK, MIN, VAN 847 768 0.91
5 Miroslav Satan EDM, BUF, NYI, PIT, BOS 1,050 735 0.70
6 Ziggy Palffy NYI, LAK, PIT 684 713 1.04
7 Marian Gaborik MIN, NYR, CBJ, LAK 810 704 0.87
8 Jozef Stumpel BOS, LAK, BOS, LAK, FLA 957 677 0.71
9 Anton Stastny QUE 650 636 0.98
10 Zdeno Chara (D) NYI, OTT, BOS 1,132 518 0.46

Finland[edit]

Teemu Selanne is Finland's all-time leading point scorer.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Teemu Selanne WIN, ANA, SJS, COL, ANA 1,451 1,457 1.00
2 Jari Kurri EDM, LAK, NYR, ANA, COL 1,251 1,398 1.12
3 Tomas Sandstrom[4] NYR, LAK, PIT, DET, ANA 983 856 0.87
4 Saku Koivu MTL, ANA 1,124 832 0.74
5 Olli Jokinen LAK, NYI, FLA, PHX, CGY, NYR, CGY, WPG, NAS 1,169 740 0.63
6 Teppo Numminen (D) WIN, PHX, DAL, BUF 1,372 637 0.46
7 Esa Tikkanen EDM, NYR, STL, NJD, VAN, NYR, FLA, WAS, NYR 877 630 0.72
8 Kimmo Timonen (D) NAS, PHI 1,092 571 0.52
9 Jere Lehtinen DAL 875 514 0.59
10 Jyrki Lumme (D) MTL, VAN, PHX, DAL, TOR 985 468 0.48

United States[edit]

Mike Modano—the all-time leading U.S. point scorer—is seen here scoring the goal that put him ahead of Phil Housley.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Mike Modano MNS, DAL, DET 1,499 1,374 0.92
2 Phil Housley (D) BUF, WIN, STL, CGY, NJD, WAS, CGY, CHI, TOR 1,495 1,232 0.82
3 Jeremy Roenick CHI, PHX, PHI, LAK, PHX, SJS 1,363 1,216 0.89
4 Keith Tkachuk WIN, PHX, STL, ATL, STL 1,201 1,065 0.89
5 Joe Mullen STL, CGY, PIT, BOS, PIT 1,062 1,063 1.00
6 Doug Weight NYR, EDM, STL, CAR, STL, ANA, NYI 1,238 1,033 0.83
7 Brian Leetch (D) NYR, TOR, BOS 1,205 1,028 0.85
8 Pat LaFontaine NYI, BUF, NYR 865 1,013 1.17
9 Chris Chelios (D) MTL, CHI, DET, ATL 1,651 948 0.57
10 Neal Broten MNS, DAL, NJD, LAK, DAL 1,099 923 0.84

Sweden[edit]

Nicklas Lidstrom is Sweden's third all-time leading point scorer.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Mats Sundin QUE, TOR, VAN 1,346 1,349 1.00
2 Daniel Alfredsson OTT, DET 1,246 1,157 0.93
3 Nicklas Lidstrom (D) DET 1,564 1,142 0.73
4 Peter Forsberg QUE, COL, PHI, NAS, COL 708 885 1.25
5 Markus Naslund PIT, VAN, NYR 1,117 869 0.78
6 Henrik Sedin VAN 1,009 840 0.83
7 Thomas Steen WIN 950 817 0.86
8 Daniel Sedin VAN 978 803 0.82
9 Borje Salming (D) TOR, DET 1,148 787 0.69
10 Henrik Zetterberg DET 759 720 0.95

Russia[edit]

Sergei Fedorov is Russia's all-time leading point scorer.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Sergei Fedorov DET, ANA, CBJ, WAS 1,248 1,179 0.94
2 Alexander Mogilny BUF, VAN, NJD, TOR, NJD 990 1,032 1.04
3 Alexei Kovalev NYR, PIT, NYR, MTL, OTT, PIT, FLA 1,316 1,029 0.78
4 Vyacheslav Kozlov DET, BUF, ATL 1,182 853 0.72
5 Ilya Kovalchuk ATL, NJD 816 816 1.00
6 Alexander Ovechkin WAS 679 814 1.20
7 Pavel Datsyuk DET 824 804 0.98
8 Sergei Gonchar (D) WAS, BOS, PIT, OTT, DAL 1,252 796 0.64
9 Alexei Yashin OTT, NYI 850 781 0.92
10 Pavel Bure VAN, FLA, NYR 702 779 1.11

United Kingdom[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Steve Thomas[5] TOR, CHI, NYI, NJD, TOR, CHI, ANA, DET 1,235 933 0.76
2 Owen Nolan[6] QUE, COL, SJS, TOR, PHX, CGY, MIN 1,200 885 0.74
3 Ken Hodge[7] CHI, BOS, NYR 881 800 0.91
4 Steve Smith[8] (D) EDM, CHI, CGY 804 375 0.47
5 Peter Lee[9] PIT 431 245 0.57
6 Jim McFadden[10] DET, CHI 412 226 0.55
7 Adam Brown[11] DET, CHI, BOS 391 217 0.55
8 Jim Conacher[12] DET, CHI, NYR 328 202 0.62
9 Tommy Anderson[13] DET, NYA 319 189 0.59
10 Red Beattie[14] BOS, DET, NYA 334 147 0.44

Ukraine[edit]

Ruslan Fedotenko is fifth all-time leading scorer from Ukraine.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Peter Bondra[15] WAS, OTT, ATL, CHI 1,081 892 0.83
2 Dmitri Khristich WAS, LAK, BOS, TOR, WAS 811 596 0.73
3 Alexei Zhitnik[16] (D) LAK, BUF, NYI, PHI, ATL 1,085 471 0.43
4 Johnny Gottselig[17] CHI 589 371 0.63
5 Ruslan Fedotenko PHI, TBL, NYI, PIT, NYR, PHI 863 366 0.42
6 Alexei Ponikarovsky TOR, PIT, LAK, CAR, NJD, WPG, NJD 678 323 0.48
7 Oleg Tverdovsky[18] (D) ANA, WIN, PHX, ANA, NJD, CAR, LAK 713 317 0.44
8 Nikolay Zherdev[19] CBJ, NYR, PHI 421 261 0.62
9 Anton Babchuk[20] (D) CHI, CAR, CGY 289 107 0.37
10 Vitaly Vishnevskiy[21] (D) ANA, ATL, NAS, NJD 552 68 0.12

Serbia[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Ivan Boldirev[22] BOS, CAL, CHI, ATF, VAN, DET 1,052 866 0.82
2 Stan Smrke[23] MTL 9 3 0.33

Germany[edit]

Dany Heatley is the leading point scorer from Germany, although he plays internationally for Canada.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Dany Heatley[24] ATL, OTT, SJS, MIN, ANA 863 791 0.92
2 Walt Tkaczuk[25] NYR 945 678 0.72
3 Marco Sturm SJS, BOS, LAK, WAS, VAN, FLA 938 487 0.52
4 Jochen Hecht STL, EDM, BUF 833 463 0.56
5 Willie Huber[26] (D) DET, NYR, VAN, PHI 655 321 0.49
6 Christian Ehrhoff (D) SJS, VAN, BUF 692 313 0.45
7 Uwe Krupp (D) BUF, NYI, QUE, COL, DET, ATL 729 281 0.39
8 Mikhail Grabovski[27] MTL, TOR, WAS, NYI 425 252 0.59
9 Dennis Seidenberg (D) PHI, PHX, CAR, FLA, BOS 615 198 0.32
10 Marcel Goc SJS, NAS, FLA, PIT 562 179 0.32

France[edit]

Cristobal Huet, a goaltender, is the fifth highest French point scorer.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Paul MacLean[28] STL, WIN, DET, STL 719 673 0.94
2 Antoine Roussel DAL 119 43 0.36
3 Philippe Bozon STL 144 41 0.28
4 Stephane Da Costa OTT 47 11 0.23
5 Cristobal Huet (G) LAK, MTL, WAS, CHI 272 3 0.01
6 Pat Daley[29] WIN 12 1 0.08

Lithuania[edit]

Dainius Zubrus is the all-time leading point scorer from Lithuania.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Dainius Zubrus[30] PHI, MTL, WAS, BUF, NJD 1,169 574 0.49
2 Darius Kasparaitis[31] (D) NYI, PIT, COL, NYR 863 163 0.19

Latvia[edit]

Karlis Skrastins is Latvia's third all-time leading point scorer.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Sandis Ozolinsh (D) SJS, COL, CAR, FLA, ANA, NYR, SJS 875 564 0.64
2 Sergei Zholtok[32] BOS, OTT, MTL, EDM, MIN, NAS 588 258 0.44
3 Karlis Skrastins (D) NAS, COL, FLA, DAL 832 136 0.16
4 Zemgus Girgensons BUF 70 22 0.31
5 Raitis Ivanans MTL, LAK, CGY 282 18 0.06
6 Viktor Tikhonov[33] PHX 61 16 0.26
7 Herberts Vasiljevs FLA, ATL, VAN 51 15 0.29
8 Kaspars Daugavins OTT, BOS 91 15 0.16
9 Helmuts Balderis MNS 26 9 0.35
10 Oskars Bartulis (D) PHI 66 9 0.14

Austria[edit]

Thomas Vanek is the all-time leading point scorer from Austria.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Thomas Vanek BUF, NYI, MTL, MIN 663 556 0.84
2 Michael Grabner VAN, NYI 283 142 0.50
3 Andreas Nodl PHI, CAR 183 36 0.20
4 Michael Raffl PHI 68 22 0.32
5 Thomas Pock (D) NYR, NYI 118 17 0.14
6 Christoph Brandner MIN 35 9 0.14

Slovenia[edit]

Anze Kopitar is the first Slovenian to ever play in the NHL.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Anze Kopitar[34] LAK 604 546 0.90
2 Jan Mursak[35] DET 46 4 0.09

Kazakhstan[edit]

Evgeni Nabokov, a goaltender, is the fourth all-time leading point scorer from Kazakhstan, although he plays internationally for Russia, he played his junior career in his home country. One of his points comes from a goal scored during the 2001–02 season.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Nik Antropov TOR, NYR, ATL, WPG 788 465 0.59
2 Alexander Perezhogin[36] MTL 128 34 0.27
3 Pavel Vorobiev CHI 57 25 0.44
4 Evgeni Nabokov[37] (G) SJS, NYI 686 14 0.02
5 Maxim Kuznetsov (D) DET, LAK 136 10 0.07
6 Konstantin Pushkarev LAK 17 5 0.29
7 Konstantin Shafranov STL 5 3 0.60
8 Vitali Kolesnik (G) COL 8 1 0.13

Paraguay[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Willi Plett[38] ATF, CGY, MNS, BOS 834 437 0.52

Poland[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Mariusz Czerkawski BOS, EDM, NYI, MTL, NYI, TOR, BOS 745 435 0.58
2 Wojtek Wolski[39] COL, PHX, NYR, FLA, WAS 451 267 0.59
3 Nick Harbaruk[40] PIT, STL 364 120 0.33
4 Joe Jerwa[41] (D) NYR, BOS, NYA, BOS, NYA 234 87 0.37
5 John Miszuk[42] (D) DET, CHI, PHI, MNS 237 46 0.19
6 Krzysztof Oliwa NJD, CBJ, PIT, NYR, BOS, CGY, NJD 410 45 0.11
7 Peter Sidorkiewicz[43] (G) HAR, OTT, NJD 246 9 0.04
8 Edward Leier[44] CHI 16 3 0.19

Switzerland[edit]

Mark Streit is the leading active Swiss point scorer.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Mark Hardy[45] (D) LAK, NYR, MNS, NYR, LAK 926 368 0.40
2 Mark Streit (D) MTL, NYI, PHI 573 332 0.58
3 Roman Josi (D) NAS 172 74 0.43
4 Damien Brunner DET, NJD 104 51 0.49
5 Raphael Diaz (D) MTL, VAN, NYR 145 45 0.31
6 Yannick Weber (D) MTL, VAN 163 41 0.25
7 Nino Niederreiter NYI, MIN 145 39 0.27
8 Sven Bartschi CGY 51 24 0.47
9 Patrick Fischer PHX 27 10 0.37
10 Jonas Hiller (G) ANA, CGY 326 8 0.02

Republic of China (Taiwan)[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Rod Langway[46] (D) MTL, WAS 994 329 0.33

Denmark[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Frans Nielsen NYI 447 254 0.57
2 Jannik Hansen VAN 389 151 0.39
3 Mikkel Boedker PHX 337 145 0.43
4 Lars Eller STL, MTL 286 103 0.36
5 Peter Regin OTT, NYI, CHI 239 66 0.28
6 Poul Popiel[47] (D) BOS, LAK, DET, VAN, EDM 224 54 0.24
7 Philip Larsen (D) DAL, EDM 125 31 0.25
8 Nicklas Jensen VAN 19 6 0.32
9 Oliver Lauridsen (D) PHI 15 3 0.20
10 Frederik Andersen (G) ANA 28 1 0.04

South Korea[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Richard Park[48] PIT, ANA, PHI, MIN, VAN, NYI, PIT 738 241 0.33
2 Jim Paek[49] (D) PIT, LAK, OTT 217 34 0.16

Belarus[edit]

Ruslan Salei was the NHL's all-time leading point scorer from Belarus at the time of his death.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Andrei Kostitsyn MTL, NAS 398 222 0.56
2 Ruslan Salei (D) ANA, FLA, COL, DET 917 204 0.22
3 Sergei Kostitsyn MTL, NAS 353 176 0.50
4 Konstantin Koltsov PIT 144 38 0.26
5 Sergei Bautin[50] (D) WIN, DET, SJS 132 30 0.23
6 Oleg Mikulchik (D) WIN, ANA 37 3 0.08
7 Dmitry Korobov (D) TBL 3 1 0.33

Netherlands[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Ed Beers[51] CGY, STL 250 210 0.84
2 Ed Kea[52] (D) ATF, STL 583 175 0.30

Brazil[edit]

Robyn Regehr is the all-time leading point scorer from Brazil, where his parents were missionaries.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Robyn Regehr[53] (D) CGY, BUF, LAK 1,022 186 0.18
2 Mike Greenlay[54] (G) EDM 2 1 0.50

Brunei[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Craig Adams[55] CAR, CHI, PIT 881 153 0.17

Norway[edit]

Patrick Thoresen is Norway's third all-time leading point scorer.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Espen Knutsen ANA, CBJ 207 111 0.54
2 Mats Zuccarello NYR 144 93 0.65
3 Patrick Thoresen EDM, PHI 106 24 0.23
4 Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (D) CBJ, PHI, DET 163 12 0.07
5 Jonas Holos (D) COL 39 6 0.15
6 Anders Myrvold (D) COL, BOS, NYI, DET 33 5 0.15

Venezuela[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Rick Chartraw[56] (D) MTL, LAK, NYR, EDM 420 92 0.22
2 Don Spring[57] (D) WIN 259 55 0.21

Italy[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Luca Sbisa[58] (D) PHI, ANA, VAN 266 56 0.21
2 Nelson Debenedet[59] (D) DET, PIT 46 14 0.30

Haiti[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Claude Vilgrain[60] VAN, NJD, PHI 89 53 0.60

South Africa[edit]

Olaf Kolzig is the only player from South Africa to have played in the NHL, although he represented Germany in international competition.
Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Olaf Kolzig[61] (G) WAS, TBL 719 17 0.02

Tanzania[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Chris Nielsen[62] CBJ 52 14 0.27

Jamaica[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Graeme Townshend[63] BOS, NYI, OTT 45 10 0.22

Estonia[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Leo Komarov[64] TOR 42 9 0.21

Lebanon[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Ed Hatoum[65] DET, VAN 47 9 0.19

Japan[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Ryan O'Marra[66] EDM, ANA 33 7 0.21

Nigeria[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Rumun Ndur[67] (D) BUF, NYR, ATL 69 5 0.07
2 Akim Aliu[68] CGY 7 3 0.43

Indonesia[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Richie Regehr[53] (D) CGY 20 4 0.20

Belgium[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Jan Benda[69] WAS 9 3 0.33

Bahamas[edit]

Rank Name Team(s) GP Pts PPG
1 Andre Deveaux[70] TOR, NYR 31 2 0.06

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Petr Nedved was born in Czechoslovakia, in what is now the Czech Republic. He has represented both Canada and the Czech Republic internationally.
  2. ^ Stan Mikita was born in First Slovak Republic, in what is now Slovakia. He moved to Canada when he was young, and he played internationally for Canada.
  3. ^ Peter Stastny was born in Czechoslovakia, in what is now Slovakia. He played internationally with three countries (in order): Czechoslovakia, Canada, and Slovakia.
  4. ^ Tomas Sandstrom was born in Finland, but played internationally for Sweden.
  5. ^ Steve Thomas was born in England, United Kingdom, but represented Canada internationally.
  6. ^ Owen Nolan was born in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, but was raised in Canada, and played for Canada internationally.
  7. ^ Ken Hodge was born in England, United Kingdom, but was raised in Canada.
  8. ^ Steve Smith was born in Scotland, United Kingdom, but was raised in Canada, and played for Canada internationally.
  9. ^ Peter Lee was born in England, United Kingdom, but was raised in Canada.
  10. ^ Jim McFadden was born in what is now Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, but was raised in Canada.
  11. ^ Adam Brown was born in Scotland, United Kingdom, but was raised in Canada.
  12. ^ Jim Conacher was born in Scotland, United Kingdom, but was raised in Canada.
  13. ^ Tommy Anderson was born in Scotland, United Kingdom, but was raised in Canada.
  14. ^ Red Beattie was born in England, United Kingdom, but was raised in Canada.
  15. ^ Peter Bondra was born in the Ukrainian SSR of the former Soviet Union. However, his family moved to their native Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia) when he was young, and he represented Slovakia internationally.
  16. ^ Alexei Zhitnik was born in the Ukrainian SSR of the former Soviet Union, and he represented the Soviet Union, the CIS/Unified Team, and Russia internationally.
  17. ^ Johnny Gottselig was born in Russian Empire in area that is now Ukraine. He was raised in Canada.
  18. ^ Oleg Tverdovsky was born in the Ukrainian SSR of the former Soviet Union, and represented Russia internationally.
  19. ^ Nikolay Zherdev was born in the Ukrainian SSR of the former Soviet Union, and represents Russia internationally.
  20. ^ Anton Babchuk was born in the Ukrainian SSR of the former Soviet Union, and represents Russia internationally.
  21. ^ Vitaly Vishnevskiy was born in the Ukrainian SSR of the former Soviet Union, and represents Russia internationally.
  22. ^ Ivan Boldirev was born in SFR Yugoslavia, in what is now Serbia. He moved to Canada in his youth.
  23. ^ Stan Smrke was born in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, in what is now Serbia. He was raised in Canada.
  24. ^ Dany Heatley was born in West Germany, in what is now Germany. He was raised in Canada and plays for Canada internationally.
  25. ^ Walt Tkaczuk was born in Allied-occupied Germany in 1947. His birthplace lies within the territory that became West Germany in 1949 and was incorporated into Germany in 1990. His family moved to Canada when he was two years old.
  26. ^ Willie Huber was born in West Germany, in what is now Germany. He played internationally for Canada.
  27. ^ Mikhail Grabovski was born to Belarusian parents in East Germany, in what is now Germany. His family returned to Belarus when he was three years old, and he plays for that country internationally.
  28. ^ Paul MacLean was born in France, but was raised in Canada.
  29. ^ Pat Daley was born in France, but was raised in Canada.
  30. ^ Dainius Zubrus was born in the Lithuanian SSR, in what is now Lithuania. He has played internationally for both Russia and Lithuania.
  31. ^ Darius Kasparaitis was born in the Lithuanian SSR, in what is now Lithuania. In international competitions, he has played for the Soviet Union, the CIS/Unified Team, and Russia.
  32. ^ Sergei Zholtok was born in the Latvian SSR, in what is now Latvia. Internationally, he played with three countries (in order): the Soviet Union, Russia, and Latvia.
  33. ^ Viktor Tikhonov was born in the Latvian SSR, in what is now Latvia. He represents Russia internationally.
  34. ^ Anze Kopitar was born in SFR Yugoslavia, in what is now Slovenia. He represents Slovenia internationally.
  35. ^ Jan Mursak was born in SFR Yugoslavia, in what is now Slovenia. He represents Slovenia internationally.
  36. ^ Alexander Perezhogin was born in the Kazakh SSR of the former Soviet Union, but represents Russia internationally.
  37. ^ Evgeni Nabokov was born in the Kazakh SSR of the former Soviet Union, but has represented Kazakhstan and Russia internationally.
  38. ^ Willi Plett was born in Paraguay, but was raised in Canada.
  39. ^ Wojtek Wolski was born in Poland, but was raised in Canada.
  40. ^ Nick Harbaruk was born in Poland, but was raised in Canada.
  41. ^ Joe Jerwa was born in the Russian Empire, in what is now Poland. He was raised in Canada.
  42. ^ John Miszuk was born in Poland, but was raised in Canada.
  43. ^ Peter Sidorkiewicz was born in Poland, but was raised in Canada.
  44. ^ Edward Leier was born in Poland, but was raised in Canada.
  45. ^ Mark Hardy was born in Switzerland, but was raised in Canada, and played for Canada internationally.
  46. ^ Rod Langway was born at a US military base in Taiwan, but represented the United States internationally.
  47. ^ Poul Popiel was born in Denmark but moved to Canada as a child and lost his Danish citizenship when he became an American citizen.
  48. ^ Richard Park was born in South Korea, but his family emigrated to the United States when he was young. He represents the United States internationally.
  49. ^ Jim Paek was born in South Korea, but his family emigrated to Canada when he was young. He represented Canada internationally.
  50. ^ Sergei Batuin was born in the Byelorussian SSR, but represented Russia internationally.
  51. ^ Ed Beers was born in the Netherlands, but raised in Canada.
  52. ^ Ed Kea was born in the Netherlands, but raised in Canada from age 4.
  53. ^ a b Robyn and Richie Regehr are sons of Canadian Mennonite missionaries. Their parents were serving in Brazil when Robyn was born in 1980, and in Indonesia when Richie was born in 1983. The family eventually returned to Canada, where both brothers were trained in hockey.
  54. ^ Mike Greenlay was born in Brazil, but raised in Canada.
  55. ^ Craig Adams was born in the British protectorate of Brunei, but was raised in Canada.
  56. ^ Rick Chartraw was born to American parents in Caracas while his father was working there as an engineer. The family returned to the U.S. when he was three years old.
  57. ^ Don Spring was born to Canadian parents in Maracaibo, Venezuela, but was raised and trained in Canada.
  58. ^ Luca Sbisa was born in Italy, but moved to Switzerland with his family when he was one year old. He represents Switzerland internationally.
  59. ^ Nelson Debenedet was born in Italy, but moved to Canada as a child.
  60. ^ Claude Vilgrain was born in Haiti, but was raised in Canada.
  61. ^ Olaf Kölzig was born in South Africa to German parents. He moved to Canada in his youth and represented Germany internationally.
  62. ^ Chris Nielsen was born to Canadian parents in Tanzania while his father was stationed there with the Canadian International Development Agency. The family returned to Canada when he was three years old.
  63. ^ Graeme Townshend was born in Jamaica, but emigrated with his family to Canada in his early childhood, and was trained in Canada.
  64. ^ Leo Komarov was born in the Estonian SSR, but was raised in Finland and represents Finland internationally.
  65. ^ Ed Hatoum was born in Lebanon, but was raised in Canada.
  66. ^ Ryan O'Marra was born to Canadian parents in Tokyo. The family returned to Canada when he was one year old.
  67. ^ Rumun Ndur was born in Nigeria, but raised in Canada.
  68. ^ Akim Aliu was born in Nigeria, but raised in Ukraine and then Canada.
  69. ^ Jan Benda was born in Belgium to Czech parents, and was raised in the former Czechoslovakia. He also played major junior hockey in Canada. Benda has since acquired German citizenship and has represented that country internationally.
  70. ^ Andre Deveaux was born in The Bahamas, but was raised in Canada.

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