Found April 10, 2012 on Red Light District Hockey:
We all remember rooting for Colorado Avalanche defenseman Raymond Bourque in 2001. In 2006, we all wanted to see Carolina Hurricanes' forward Rod Brind'Amour lift the Cup and in 2007, we were waiting for Anaheim Ducks' offensive machine Teemu Selanne to finally lift hockey's Holy Grail over his head.This season, there are five veterans without a Stanley Cup who we will be keeping our eye on in hopes that they can get the one big thing missing from their respective careers.1. Daniel Alfredsson, Ottawa SenatorsThe Ottawa Senators surprised many throughout the NHL this season by qualifying for the postseason in what was supposed to be a rebuilding year.One Senator forward who has to be happy about this is franchise player Daniel Alfredsson. Alfredsson, 39, is the franchises's leader in every statistical category and has done everything and more in his 16 seasons in Canada's capital.The one thing that "Alfie" has not done in his NHL career is win the St...
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