List of NHL Players (C) - Clark - Conacher


Player Position Country Birthplace Played Teams ↓ Notes
Wendel Clark Left Wing Canada Kelvington, Saskatchewan 1985–00 Tor, Que, NYI, TB, Det, Chi
Bobby Clarke Centre Canada Flin Flon, Manitoba 1969–84 Phi Hockey Hall of Famer - Inducted 1987
Dale Clarke Defence Canada Sarnia, Ontario 2000–01 Stl
Greg Classen Centre Canada Aylsham, Saskatchewan 2000–03 Nas
Daniel Cleary Left Wing Canada Carbonear, Newfoundland 1997– Chi, Edm, Phx, Det
Odie Cleghorn Right Wing Canada Montreal, Quebec 1918–28 Mtl, PitP
Sprague Cleghorn Defence Canada Montreal, Quebec 1918–28 Ott(I), Tor, Mtl, Bos Hockey Hall of Famer - Inducted 1958
Bill Clement Centre Canada Buckingham, Quebec 1981–82 Phi, Was, AtlF, Cgy
Scott Clemmensen Goaltender United States Des Moines, Iowa 2001– NJ, Tor, Fla
Chris Clifford Goaltender Canada Kingston, Ontario 1984–85, 88–89 Chi
Bruce Cline Right Wing Canada Massawippi, Quebec 1956–57 NYR
Steve Clippingdale Left Wing Canada North Vancouver, British Columbia 1976–77, 79–80 LA, Was
Dan Cloutier Goaltender Canada Mont-Laurier, Quebec 1997–2006 NYR, TB, Van, LA
Jacques Cloutier Goaltender Canada Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec 1981–83, 84–94 Buf, Chi, Que
Real Cloutier Forward Canada Saint-Émile, Quebec 1979–85 Que, Buf Also played in World Hockey Association
Rejean Cloutier Defence Canada Windsor, Ontario 1979–80, 81–82 Det
Roland Cloutier Centre Canada Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec 1977–80 Det, Que
Sylvain Cloutier Centre Canada Mont-Laurier, Quebec 1998–99 Chi
Ryane Clowe Forward Canada St. John's, Newfoundland 2005– SJ
Wally Clune Defence Canada Toronto, Ontario 1955–56 Mtl
Ben Clymer Defence United States Edina, Minnesota 1999– TB, Was
Gary Coalter Centre Canada Toronto, Ontario 1973–75 Cal, KC
Steve Coates Right Wing Canada Toronto, Ontario 1976–77 Det
Braydon Coburn Defence Canada Calgary, Alberta 2005– Atl, Phi
Glen Cochrane Defence Canada Cranbrook, British Columbia 1978–79, 80–89 Phi, Van, Edm
Paul Coffey Defence Canada Weston, Ontario 1980–01 Edm, Pit, LA, Det, Phi, Chi, Car, Bos Hockey Hall of Famer - Inducted 2004
Hugh Coflin Defence Canada Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan 1950–51 Chi
Andrew Cogliano Centre Canada Toronto, Ontario 2007- Edm
Carlo Colaiacovo Defence Canada Toronto, Ontario 2002– Tor
Danton Cole Right Wing United States Pontiac, Michigan 1989–96 Wpg, TB, NJ, NYI, Chi
Erik Cole Left Wing United States Oswego, New York 2001– Car, Edm, Mtl
Gerald Coleman Goaltender United States Romeoville, Illinois 2005–06 TB
Kevin Colley Centre United States New Haven, Connecticut 2005–06 NYI
Tom Colley Centre Canada Toronto, Ontario 1974–75 MNS
Norman "Dodger" Collings Forward Canada Bradford, Ontario 1934–35 Mtl
Bill Collins Centre Canada Ottawa, Ontario 1967–78 MNS, Mtl, Det, Stl, NYR, Phi, Was
Gary Collins Centre Canada Toronto, Ontario 1959 Tor
Rob Collins Forward Canada Peterborough, Ontario 2005–06 NYI
Jeremy Colliton Centre Canada Blackie, Alberta 2005– NYI
Bob Collyard Centre United States Hibbing, Minnesota 1973–74 Stl
Mike Colman Defence United States Stoneham, Massachusetts 1991–92 SJ
Mac Colville Right Wing Canada Edmonton, Alberta 1935–47 NYR
Neil Colville Centre Canada Edmonton, Alberta 1935–49 NYR Hockey Hall of Famer - Inducted 1967
Les Colvin Goaltender Canada Oshawa, Ontario 1948–49 Bos
Les Colwill Right Wing Canada Divide, Saskatchewan 1958–59 NYR
Blake Comeau Right Wing Canada Vancouver, British Columbia 2006- NYI
Rey Comeau Centre Canada Montreal, Quebec 1971–80 Mtl, AtlF, ColR
Mike Commodore Defence Canada Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta 2000– NJ, Cgy, Car, Ott, Cjb
Mike Comrie Centre Canada Edmonton, Alberta 2000– Edm, Phx, Ott, NYI
Paul Comrie Centre Canada Edmonton, Alberta 1999–00 Edm
Brian Conacher Centre Canada Toronto, Ontario 1961–62, 65–68, 71–72 Tor, Det Also played in World Hockey Association
Charlie Conacher Right Wing Canada Toronto, Ontario 1929–41 Tor, Det, NYA Hockey Hall of Famer - Inducted 1961

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Lionel Conacher - Amateur Career - Football
... Rugby football was the first sport Conacher played, and it was his favourite ... final, the Capitals' opponents from Sarnia made stopping Conacher their priority, a strategy that proved the difference as Sarnia won the championship ... Conacher moved to the senior level in 1920 with the Toronto Rugby Club where his team again won the ORFU championship, but lost the eastern semifinal to the Toronto ...
Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award
... The Charlie Conacher Humanitarian Award (or Charlie Conacher Memorial Trophy) was an award given to a National Hockey League (NHL) player who made "outstanding contribution to ... in 1968 in the memory of Hockey Hall of Fame player Charlie Conacher, who died of throat cancer in 1967, and featured an annual benefit dinner that raised money for the Charlie ... announced as the winner of the award at the 1983 Conacher Hockey Awards dinner, though he was actually the runner-up to Boston Bruins defenceman Brad Park ...
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... Charles William "Pete" Conacher, Jr ... Conacher played with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Chicago Black Hawks, and New York Rangers ... In 1959, Conacher played for the World Champion Belleville McFarlands ...