The links will lead to individual stat pages within their respective Leagues. The European players all link to EliteProspects.com as I can't read their respective team pages! I'm probably missing a few players, and a few players I omitted that only played a handful of games.
Former Tigers Currently in the NHL (13)
Emerson Etem - Anaheim
Jay Bouwmeester - St. Louis
Joffrey Lupul - Toronto
Tyler Ennis - Buffalo
Derek Dorsett - New York Rangers (Fractured Clavicle)
Vernon Fiddler - Dallas
Darren Helm - Detriot (Injured Back)
David Schlemko - Phoenix
Kris Russell - St. Louis
Clarke MacArthur - Toronto
Cam Barker - Vancouver
Michael Sauer - New York Rangers (Injured)
Jason Chimera - Washington
Mathew Konan - Philadelphia Flyers
Former Tigers Currently in the AHL (7)
Thomas Kundratek - Washington(25 games)/Hershey (AHL)
Wacey Hamilton - Binghamton Senators
Linden Vey - Manchest Monarchs
Tyler Pitlick - Oklahoma City Barons
Josh Green - Oklahoma City Barons
Daine Todd - Texas Stars / UNB
Bretton Cameron - Texas Stars/ Greenville (Echl)
Former Tigers in the ECHL (9)
Sean Curry - Alaska Aces
Gord Baldwin - Idaho Steelheads
Jace Coyle - Idaho Steelheads
Tristan King - Sanfransico Bulls
Mark Isherwood - San Fransico Bulls
Tyler Bunz - Stockton Thunder
Tommy Maxwell - Utah Grizzlies
Trevor Glass - Utah Grizzlies
Cody Carlson - Utah Grizzlies
Matt Lowry - Manitoba
Jordan Hickmott - Alberta
Brennan Bosch - Saskatchewan
Thomas Carr - Alberta
Sean Ringrose - Alberta
Thomas Frazee - Lakehead
Deven Dubyk - Manitoba
Scott McKay - Mount Royal
Ryan Holfeld - Saskatchewan
Spencer McAvoy - StFX
Cole Grbavac - StFx
Scott Wasden - UBC
Josh Koper - NAIT
Colton Grant - Calgary
Awarded Scholorships (Can't find stats or if their playing hockey)
Tanner Sohn - Saskatoon
Shayne Brown - Lethbridge
Sam Dezman - NAIT
Jerrid Sauer - Medicine Hat College
Bo Montgomery - Regina
John Stampohar - University of Alaska
Cody Carlson - Texas
Recently Retired From Hockey
Roman Psurny - Czech
Steve Regier - Austria
Michael Psurny - EPIHL(england, step down from EIHL)
Curtis Huppe - EPIHL
Jakup Rumpel - Germany
Juraj Prokop - Slovakia
Chris St. Jaques - Germany
Pat Iannone - Italy
Rob Sandrock - EIHL
Rory Rawlyk - Romania
Adam Rehak - Czech Junoirs
Adam Courchaine - Germany
Kevin Undershute - Netherlands
Ryan Kinasewich - Italy
Yannic Seidenburg - Germany
Stefan Myer - Germany
Patrik Parkkonen - Finland
Tyson Mulock - Germany
Martin Cibak - KHL
Marek Curilla - Slovakia
Vladmir Sicak - Czech
Chad Bassen - Germany
Zdenek Okal - Czech
James Bettauer - Germany
Mikael Ahlen - Sweden
Jaroslav Obsut - KHL
Matt MacKay - Germany
Sebastien Owuya - Sweden
Ryan Hollweg - Czech
Tomas Vosvrada - Czech
Kevin Nastiuk - Germany
CHL(2) (Step Below the ECHL)
Kellan Tochkin - Missouri Mavericks
Jarret Lukin - Allen Americans
Kieran Block is a member of the Canada Sledge Hockey Team
I have noticed that Kris Russell is not getting much for ice time, any in fact. He has been a healthy scratch for a good chunk of his St. Louis career. Any idea why? Always thought we has such a good defenceman, would be shattered to see him follow the same path as Barker and not really have a job in hockey. Barker hanging by a fingernail to a job in Vancouver, not sure he will be in the NHL next year, have no idea how that went so bad for him!
Will be excited to see Dorsett finally in a NY jersey, he is still my favorite Tiger!
What ever happened to Bo Montgomery? I heard that he did not return to the Tigers to go play for the University of Regina. He was a good player, just did not seem to want to play in the WHL. I know there had been questions whether he wanted to play hockey at all anymore. And ideas where he has ended up?
Kris Russells position with the Blues changed significantly after they aquired Bouwmeester and Jordan leoplod in deadline deals. He had been a number 5,6, 7 guy before that. They now have 9 dmen on the roster.
Is Sebastion Owya still playing? I recall he was big and drafted but sure did not play that physical.
Owuya is on the list. He is playing hockey in Sweden Division 1, which is the 3rd tier hockey league in sweden.
Those eurpoean leagues are a bit different, than how the NHL/AHL works.
Lets take Sweden For Example where Owuya is playing.
The Top league is elitserien.
2nd Tier HockeyAllsvenskan
3rd Tier Division 1
THe Bottom 2 team in elitserien and the Top 4 teams in HockeyAllsvenskan play in a tourney and the top 2 teams move to Elitserien.
Likewise the same thing happens with HockeyAllsvenskan and Division 1.
Bo Montgomery was listed as receiving a scholorship to Regina but I don't see him on the Men's Ice Hockey Roster.
I'll probably add a link to this post and put it on the side, and Update it a couple times a year and possibly expand to include players who are no longer playing hockey.
Thanks for the info, nice to see where guys end up! You feel like you know them after watching for so many years.
I hope, for Russell's sake, he can be traded to a team where they need Dmen to rebuild his game. There is no doubt that he is talented and has the ability to be a top 6 Dman, but getting buried in depth is not helpful!
Russell playing for St Louis tonight, appears to be getting decent ice time and playing well!
Tanner Sohn is at U of A taking engineering
Russell is not that good in the NHL the Blue Jackets didnt want him and Hitchcock was the only coach to pick him up then Russell battled with Redden for ice time.....REDDEN!!!!! just goes to show the jump to the NHL isnt the easiest
Sohn, I totally forgot about him but really liked that kid! Glad to hear he is doing well! He had such a good attitude!
Russell was traded, not released to be "picked up".
Sauer played for U of C I believe.
I understand that Shayne Brown lives in MH, he really liked his time with the Tigers and returned.
Where is Brett Robertson? Anyone know? He was one hell of a player!
Brett Robertson is playing Senior AAA Hockey for the Bentley Generals
on the whl website it listed Sauer as getting a scholorship to the local Medicine Hat College. They announced all the scholorships at the beggining of the year.
Jerrid Sauer played for U of C starting in 2009-2010, he played for 4 years I believe. Here is the link:
Sorry, correcting my previous comment, Sauer started at U of C in 2008-2009 and appears to have played 3 years, not 4.
You forgot Konen (I know he is forgetable) but was still a Tiger and I think ended the season back in the AHL.
I swear I had Konan in their, must be where that blank space is. I'll add him back in a bit.
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