|11||Gregory Campbell||F||6-0||197||29||London, Ontario||L||2005|
|17||Milan Lucic||F||6-3||228||24||Vancouver, British Columbia||L||2007|
|18||Nathan Horton||F||6-2||229||27||Welland, Ontario||R||2003|
|19||Tyler Seguin||F||6-1||186||20||Brampton, Ontario||R||2010|
|20||Daniel Paille||F||6-1||200||28||Welland, Ontario||L||2006|
|21||Andrew Ference||D||5-11||189||33||Edmonton, Alberta||L||1999|
|22||Shawn Thornton||F||6-2||217||35||Oshawa, Ontario||R||2002|
|33||Zdeno Chara||D||6-9||255||35||Trencin, Czechoslovakia||L||1998|
|35||Anton Khudobin||G||5-11||176||26||Kamenogorsk, USSR||L||2011|
|37||Patrice Bergeron||F||6-2||194||27||L’Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec||R||2003|
|40||Tuukka Rask||G||6-2||171||25||Savonlinna, Finland||L||2009|
|44||Dennis Seidenberg||D||6-1||210||31||Schwenningen, West Germany||L||2002|
|46||David Krejci||F||6-0||178||26||Sternberk, Czechoslovakia||R||2007|
|49||Rich Peverley||F||6-0||200||30||Guelph, Ontario||R||2007|
|54||Adam McQuaid||D||6-5||209||26||Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island||R||2010|
|55||Johnny Boychuk||D||6-2||225||28||Edmonton, Alberta||R||2009|
|63||Brad Marchand||F||5-9||183||24||Halifax, Nova Scotia||L||2010|
|91||Marc Savard*||F||5-10||191||35||Ottawa, Ontario||L||1997|
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