Alberta’s Top 150 Baseball Players

We are proud Canadians and proud Albertans.

To celebrate that pride – and Canada’s 150th year of nationhood – we are releasing our list of the Top 150 Alberta baseball players.

Here’s the criteria: players had to either suit up for an Alberta-based baseball team (even if it was just for one game) or they had to be born/raised in the province.

While we prefer to highlight players who stayed here for a long time, each athlete’s overall career in the sport was also a factor in our decision.

It’s also important to note that this list is not a ranked or sorted list. We may release a ranked list in the future but the purpose of this exercise is really to highlight all the amazing baseball players who have contributed to the legacy of the sport in Alberta.

On to the fun stuff! We released the list 50 at a time – one 50-player list per day over the Canada Day long weekend.

ALBERTA’S TOP 150 BASEBALL PLAYERS OF ALL TIME 

Here’s a look at the players on our list:

NAME POS ALBERTA CONNECTION ALBERTA NOTES/STATS MLB NOTES
TINO MARTINEZ 1B Calgary Cannons (250 GP) 1991 PCL MVP 339 HR, 2X AS
KIRK MCCASKILL SP Edmonton Trappers (28 GP) 166.2 IP from ’85 to ‘87 17-10, 202 Ks in 1986
CHRIS REITSMA SP-RP Raised in Calgary Calgary Christian HS ’96 1st Rd Pick
JOSE LIMA SP Edmonton Capitals 2 CG, 3.95 ERA 21 W in ‘99
LLOYD MOSEBY OF Medicine Hat Blue Jays (67 GP) 10 HR, 20 SB, .304 avg. 280 SB, ’86 AS
STEVE SAX 2B-SS Lethbridge Dodgers (39 GP) .328 avg., .405 OBP 444 SB, 5X AS
JIM HENDERSON RP Born in Calgary Dawgs grad 28 saves, 2013
JIM BOUTON SP Calgary Jimmies (1975) 3 games, 4 ER in 23 IP Won 2 starts ’64 WS
DON BUFORD OF-INF Lloydminster-N.Battleford Combines Centrefielder, 1959 ’70 WS champ, ’71 AS
WALLY JOYNER 1B Edmonton Trappers (126 GP) 68 runs, 73 RBI, 12 HR Runner up ’86 AL ROY
MIKE CAMPBELL SP Calgary Cannons (51 GP) 1987 PCL MVP M’s 7th OA pick – 1987
RICK BURLESON SS Edmonton Trappers (14 GP) 10 hits, 2 SB in ’83 4X AS, Gold Glove
JASON GRILLI RP Calgary Cannons (25 GP) 25 games as SP 33 saves, AS in 2013
ROB DUCEY OF Medicine Hat Blue Jays (63 GP) 12 HR, 13 SB, .302 avg. Played 703 games
FERNANDO VALENZUELA SP Edmonton Trappers (7 GP, ’91) 3-3, 7.12 ERA, 36 Ks in 36.2 IP ’81 NL Cy Young & ROY
HAROLD REYNOLDS 2B Calgary Cannons (81 GP, 1985-86) 19 SB, 36 runs, .345 avg., 37 RBI 3X Gold Glove, ’87 AL SB leader
RANDY KNORR C Trappers & Med. Hat Blue Jays Given Key to City in Edm Played w Jays & Expos
MAC SUZUKI SP-RP Calgary Vipers (46 GP) 12 saves, ’09 327 career Ks
DARNELL COLES Utility Calgary Cannons (31 GP, 1985) 24 RBI, .320 avg., 4 HR 20 HR w Tigers in ‘86
JAY GIBBONS OF-1B Medicine Hat Blue Jays (73 GP, ‘98) Pioneer Lg. Triple Crown 28 HR, 2002
SCOTT DOWNS SP-RP Edmonton Trappers (43 GP) No hitter, 2004 575 career Ks
CLIFF FLOYD OF Calgary Cannons (9 GP, 1999) 3 HR, .387 avg. 233 HR
DEVON WHITE OF Edmonton Trappers (192 GP) 14 HR, 42 SB in 1986 7X Gold Glove, 3X AS
JUAN EICHELBERGER SP Calgary Jimmies (1973) 2-3, 3.37 ERA ’75 1st Rd Pick
MIKE TIMLIN RP Medicine Hat Blue Jays (13 GP, ’87) 66 SO in 75.1 IP 141 saves, 872 Ks
RON KITTLE OF Lethbridge Dodgers & Trappers ’82 PCL MVP, 50 HR, 144 RBI ’83 AL ROY
KEVIN MILLAR 1B Calgary Cannons (36 GP, 1999) 24 runs, 26 RBI, .301 avg 170 HR, ’04 WS champ
BRET BOONE 2B Calgary Cannons (189 GP) 73 R, 73 RBI, 17 SB, ‘92 4X Gold Glove, 3X AS
CANDY MALDONADO OF Lethbridge Dodgers (116 GP in 1978-79) 12 HR, 48 RBI, 45 runs, .290 avg. , ’78 ’92 WS champ, 146 career HR
JAY BUHNER OF Calgary Cannons (69 GP, 1989-90) 11 HR, .311 avg. in 1989 ’96 Gold Glove, AS
JOHN CERUTTI SP Medicine Hat Blue Jays (14 GP, ’81) 120 K in 107 IP, 5 CG 1st Jays W at SkyDome
JIM EDMONDS OF Edmonton Trappers (50 GP, 1992) 37 runs, 36 RBI, .299 avg 8X Gold Glove, 393 HR
MIKE MARSHALL OF-1B Lethbridge Dodgers (65 GP, 1978) 12 HR, 70 RBI, .324 avg. ’84 AS, 530 RBI
RON FAIRLY 1B-OF Edmonton Eskimos (1957) 10 HR, 55 RBI, .388 avg. 1,044 RBI, 2X All Star
ROSS GRIMSLEY SP Calgary Cannons (3 GP, 1986) 6 IP, 10.50 ERA Won 20 w Expos, 1978
NELSON BRILES SP Calgary Giants (1963) 11-4, 2.46 ERA 1,163 Ks, 3.44 ERA
TONY WOMACK SS-2B Calgary Cannons (161 GP, 1995-96) 75 runs, 37 SB in ‘96 3X NL SB leader
CASEY BLAKE 3B Edmonton Trappers (220 GP) 29 HR, .309 avg., ‘01-02 1,265 MLB games
MARIANO DUNCAN 2B-SS Lethbridge Dodgers (30 GP, ’82), Cannons (2 GP, ’99) 9 runs, 8 RBI w Dodgers, 1 for 5 with Cannons ’94 AS, 87 HR, 491 RBI, 619 runs
MARK EICHHORN SP-RP Medicine Hat Blue Jays (16 GP, ’79) 3.39 ERA, 66 Ks 640 Ks, 2X WS
MATT STAIRS OF-DH Edmonton Trappers (51 GP, 1996) 41 RBI, .344 avg., 8 HR Record 23 pinch-hit HR
STUBBY CLAPP 2B Edmonton Cracker-Cats (166 GP) 32 SB, .323 avg. – 2006 23 MLB games
IVAN CALDERON OF Calgary Cannons (24 GP, 1986) 17 R, 18 RBI, .333 avg. ’91 All Star
LEN GABRIELSON OF Edmonton Eskimos (1958) .318 avg., 20 RBI 708 GP
BILL SWIFT SP-RP Calgary Cannons (15 GP, 1986-87) 4-4, 34 Ks 21 W in ’93
MICKEY BRANTLEY OF Calgary Cannons (271 GP, 1985-1990) 4 hits in Cannons 1st ever home W 15 HR, 56 RBI, .263 avg., ’88
ELIJAH GREEN 2B-SS Medicine Hat Mohawks (1951) 10 RBI, .227 avg. 1st black Red Sox player
STEVE TROUT SP Calgary Cannons (3 GP, ’88) 1.15 ERA, 0-2 88 W, 656 Ks
PAT BORDERS C Medicine Hat Blue Jays (61 GP, ’82) 33 RBI, 30 runs, .304 avg ’92 WS MVP

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NAME POS ALBERTA CONNECTION ALBERTA NOTES/STATS MLB NOTES
BABE HERMAN OF Edmonton Eskimos (107 GP, 1921) 7 HR, 18 triples,.330 avg 3X hit for cycle
EDGAR MARTINEZ DH-3B Calgary Cannons (276 GP, 1985-89) 75 runs, 10 HR, 66 RBI, .329 avg. in 1987 5X Silver Slugger, 2X AL batting champ
HUBIE BROOKS 3B-OF Edmonton Trappers (8 GP, 1992) 1 HR, 11 RBI, .292 avg. 2X Silver Slugger
DANTE BICHETTE OF Edmonton Trappers (285 GP) 14 HR, 81 RBI (1988) ’95 NL HR, RBI leader
ANDRE DAWSON OF Lethbridge Expos (72 GP, 1975) 13 HR, 50 RBI, .330 avg. Baseball HOF Member
CHRIS CARPENTER SP Medicine Hat Blue Jays (15 GP, ’94) 2.76 ERA, 80 Ks ’05 Cy Young
TOM CANDIOTTI SP Calgary Jimmies (1976) Alberta Major Baseball 1,735 Ks, 151 wins
A.J. BURNETT SP Calgary Cannons (1 GP, 2000) 5 IP, 6 Ks, No hits, 3 BB No hitter in 2001
GLEN GORBOUS OF Born in Drumheller Played in Calgary, 1948 Longest throw record
RYAN DEMPSTER SP-RP Calgary Cannons (5 GP, 1999) 29 Ks, 30.2 IP, 4.99 ERA 2,075 Ks, 132 wins
KEN FORSCH SP Calgary Cannons (13 GP, 1986) 2 CG, 4.91 ERA, 23 Ks No hitter, April 7, 1979
SID FERNANDEZ SP Lethbridge Dodgers (11 GP, 1981) 5-1, 2 CG, 128 Ks, 76 IP 2X All Star, 1,743 Ks
HEINIE MANUSH OF Edmonton Eskimos (83 GP) .321 avg. in 1921 Baseball HOF Member
KELVIM ESCOBAR SP Medicine Hat Blue Jays (14 GP) No hitter in 1995 101 wins, 1,310 Ks
BENGIE MOLINA C Edmonton Trappers (65 GP, 1999) 41 RBI, .286 avg., 7 HR 2X Gold Glove, 144 HR
GLENALLEN HILL OF Medicine Hat Blue Jays (46 GP) 6 HR, 27 RBI, 26 runs 186 HR, 586 RBI
JIM ABBOTT SP Calgary Cannons (5 GP, 1998) 1 CG, 2.61 ERA No hitter, 1993
LUIS CASTILLO 2B Calgary Cannons (4 GP, 2000) .308 avg., 1 SB, 1 triple 370 SB, 3X Gold Glove
GREG MORRISON 1B MH Blue Jays, Vipers, Cracker-Cats Pioneer Lg. Triple Crown Never played MLB
ALEX KAMPOURIS 2B Edmonton Yanks (1945) .452 batting average 17 HR, 71 RBI, ’37 Reds
MICHAEL CUDDYER OF-3B Edmonton Trappers (86 GP, 2002) 20 HR, 70 runs, 12 SB, .309 avg., 52 RBI ’13 NL batting champ, 2X AS
BOB LILLIS SS Edmonton Eskimos (1950) 9 HR, 41 RBI, .409 avg. 817 GP, 198 runs
TUG MCGRAW SP-RP Lethbridge Cardinals (1963) 4 wins, 7 losses 2X All Star, 180 saves
BOB MEACHAM SS Barrhead Blue Jays (1978) Alberta Major Baseball 1981 8th overall pick
ANDY HAWKINS SP Calgary Cannons (24 GP, 1992) 3 CG, 2 shutouts July 1, 1990 no hitter
KYLE LOHSE SP Edmonton Trappers (8 GP, 2001) 1 CG shutout 1,612 Ks, 147 wins
MIGUEL TEJADA SS Edmonton Trappers (1 GP, 1998) 0 for 3, 1 walk 2002 AL MVP
DERREK LEE 1B Calgary Cannons (89 GP, 1999) 19 HR, 73 RBI, 60 runs 331 HR, 3X Gold Glove
JIM GOTT SP-RP Calgary Cardinals (14 GP, 1977) 60 Ks, 65 IP 34 saves, 1988
TOM NIEDENFUER RP Red Deer Border Players & Cannons 13 GP, 11 Ks, 1989 97 saves, ’81 WS champ
ROD BARAJAS C Lethbridge Black Diamonds (51 GP) 10 HR, 50 RBI, 1996 480 RBI, ’01 WS champ
ERIC CHAVEZ 3B Edmonton Trappers (47 GP, 1998) 11 HR, 40 RBI, .325 avg. 260 HR, 6X Gold Glove
RON PERRANOSKI RP Lloydminster Meridians (1956) 15 Ks in 1st playoff start 2X AL saves leader
GARY SUTHERLAND 2B Edmonton Eskimos (1963) Western Canada Baseball League Led NL 2B in double plays in 1969
DANNY TARTABULL OF-DH Calgary Cannons (125 GP, 1985) 43 HR, 109 RBI, 17 SB, PCL MVP 262 HR, 925 RBI
MIKE LOWELL 3B Calgary Cannons (24 GP, 1999) .313 avg., 2 HR, 9 RBI ’07 World Series MVP
KEN WILLIAMS OF Edmonton Eskimos (1914) NA MLB’s 1st 30-30 player
MIKE SOROKA SP Born in Calgary Bishop Carroll HS 2015 1st Rd Pick, ATL
RAY WASHBURN SP Lethbridge White Sox (1959) No hitter vs. Med Hat 1968 No hitter
MIKE MORGAN SP Calgary Cannons (1 GP, 1985) 2 IP, 3 hits, 1 ER 1,403 Ks, 12 teams
LUIS SOJO 2B-SS Trappers (’92) & Cannons (’94) 24 runs, 22 RBI, 1992 3X World Series champ
ESTEBAN LOAIZA SP Calgary Cannons (12 GP, 1996) 1 CG shutout ’03 AL Ks leader
JON LIEBER SP Calgary Cannons (14 GP, 1995) 34 Ks, 7.01 ERA 1,553 Ks, ’01 All Star
DAVID ECKSTEIN SS-2B Edmonton Trappers (15 GP, 2000) .346 avg., 3 HR, 5 SB ’06 World Series MVP
MARK MCLEMORE 2B Edmonton Trappers (222 GP, 1986-90) 29 SB in 1986, 26 SB in 1989 272 SB, 615 RBI
JIMMY KEY SP Medicine Hat Blue Jays (5 GP, ‘82) 1 CG, 2.30 ERA ’87 MLB ERA leader
CARL EVERETT OF Edmonton Trappers (113 GP) 11 HR, 16 SB, .336 avg. 202 HR, 792 RBI
GARY PETTIS OF Edmonton Trappers (140 GP) 52 SB, 138 runs, 1983 354 SB, 5X Gold Glove
LEE STEVENS 1B Edmonton Trappers (340 GP) 19 HR, 96 RBI, 1991 144 HR, 531 RBI

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NAME POS ALBERTA CONNECTION ALBERTA NOTES/STATS MLB NOTES
OMAR VIZQUEL SS Calgary Cannons (94 GP, 1988-92) 18 runs, 4 SB, 1992 9X Gold Glove, 2,877 hits
JASON GIAMBI 1B-DH Edmonton Trappers (55 GP, ’95) 41 RBI, .342 avg. 2000 AL MVP, 440 HR
ALEX RODRIGUEZ SS-3B Calgary Cannons (32 GP, ’94) 6 HR, .311 avg. 3X AL MVP, 696 HR
JOHAN SANTANA SP Edmonton Trappers (11 GP, ’02) 75 Ks, 48.2 IP, 3.14 ERA 2X AL Cy Young
DAVID WELLS SP Medicine Hat Blue Jays (12 GP, ’82) 1 CG shutout Perfect Game, May 17, ’98
 JACK McDOWELL SP Edmonton Trappers (2 GP, ’99) 1 W, 2 Ks, 7 ER ’93 AL Cy Young
FELIX JOSE OF Calgary Vipers (77 GP, ’08) 15 HR, 70 RBI ’91 AS, 324 RBI
MARK WHITEN OF Medicine Hat Blue Jays (70 GP, ’86) 10 HR, 22 SB, 44 RBI 4 HR in 1 game
GRANT BALFOUR RP Edmonton Trappers (69 GP, 2001-02) 8 saves, 88 Ks 38 saves in 2013
TIM SALMON OF Edmonton Trappers (118 GP, ’92) PCL MVP, 29 HR ’93 AL ROY
ANDRES GALARRAGA 1B Calgary Expos (101 GP, ’79-80) 8 HR, 38 RBI 399 HR, 5X HR
MITCH WEBSTER OF Lethbridge Dodgers (110 GP, ’77-78) 31 SB, 103 runs 160 SB, 504 runs
TONY ARMAS OF Edmonton Trappers (29 GP) 3 HR, 16 RBI in ’87 2X AL HR leader
JIM BEATTIE SP Calgary Cannons (3 GP, ’86) 14 Ks, 13.2 IP CG WS win, ’78
DAVE BURBA SP Calgary Cannons (54 GP, 1990-91) 10 W, 2 saves – ’90 1,398 Ks, 115 W
RICH AMARAL 2B-SS Calgary Cannons (205 GP, ’91-94) 85 SB, 171 runs 305 runs, 112 SB
TONY ARMAS JR. SP Edmonton Trappers (2 GP, ’04) 8 Ks, 1.80 ERA 680 Ks, 53 W
BERT BLYLEVEN SP Edmonton Trappers (2 GP, ’92) 11.2 IP, 7 Ks HOF member
PAT RAPP SP Edmonton Trappers (17 GP, ’93) 3.43 ERA, 93 Ks 825 Ks, 70 W
GREG BROCK 1B Lethbridge Dodgers (66 GP, ’79) 16 HR, 77 RBI 462 RBI, 420 runs
MAICER IZTURIS 2B-SS-3B Edmonton Trappers (99 GP, ’04) 65 runs, .338 avg. 406 runs, 93 SB
SPEED MARTIN SP Medicine Hat Hatters (31 GP) 18-12, 1914 30 CG, 4 shutouts
RALPH WORKS SP Medicine Hat Hatters (40 GP) 26-11, 1907 28 CG, 3.79 ERA
MARK GARDNER SP Edmonton Trappers (1 GP, ’94) 11 Ks, 6 IP 1,256 Ks, 99 W
PRESTON WILSON OF Calgary Cannons (4 GP, ’01) 5 hits, 10 AB, 2 SB ’03 NL RBI leader
SCOT SHIELDS RP Edmonton Trappers (27 GP, 2000) 4 CG, 156 Ks 631 Ks, ’02 WS
DALE SVEUM 3B-SS Calgary Cannons (321 GP, ’94-96) 57 HR, 232 RBI 340 RBI, 305 runs
GREG COLBRUNN 1B Edmonton Trappers (7 GP, ’94) 1 HR, 2 RBI .289 avg., 98 HR
CARMELO MARTINEZ OF-1B Calgary Cannons (42 GP, ’93) 18 RBI, 21 runs 21 HR, 72 RBI, ’85
VEAN GREGG SP-RP Lived in Conjuring Creek, AB “Alberta Ace” 1911 AL ERA leader
ELLIS VALENTINE OF Edmonton Trappers (5 GP) 1983-84 ’78 Gold Glove
KEVIN YOUNG 1B-3B Calgary Cannons (45 GP, ’95) 8 HR, 6 SB 144 HR, 606 RBI
JASON WOOD 3B-SS Trappers (’95-98) & Cannons 461 GP, 54 HR 153 at bats
OLMEDO SAENZ 3B-1B Calgary Cannons (124 GP, ’98) 29 HR, 102 RBI 275 RBI, 73 HR
JAVIER VALENTIN C Edmonton Trappers (248 GP, 2001-02) 38 HR, 151 RBI 210 RBI, 45 HR
SCOTT SPIEZIO 3B-1B Edmonton Trappers (145 GP) 20 HR, 91 RBI – ’96 2X WS, 549 RBI
BEN GRIEVE OF Edmonton Trappers (27 GP) .426 avg., 7 HR – ’97 ’98 AL ROY, AS
DAVE VALLE C Calgary Cannons (149 GP) 21 HR, 72 RBI – ’86 350 RBI
JOE RANDA 3B Calgary Cannons (3 GP, ’97) 1 HR, 4 RBI 739 RBI
MIKE REMLINGER RP Calgary Cannons (40 GP) 4 W, 51 Ks – ’93 854 Ks, ’02 AS
MIKE BLOWERS 3B Calgary Cannons (173 GP) 18 HR, 112 runs 23 HR, 96 RBI, ’95
BOB HOWRY RP Calgary Cannons (23 GP, ’98) 5 saves, 3.41 ERA 28 saves in ’99
LEE GUETTERMAN SP-RP Calgary Cannons (52 GP) 5-1, 2.86 ERA, ’87 38 W, 25 saves
RAMON CASTRO C Calgary Cannons (272 GP) 27 HR, 90 RBI, ’01 67 HR, 217 RBI
CHAD CURTIS OF Edmonton Trappers (115 GP) 46 SB, 81 runs, ’91 2X WS champ
TONY BATISTA 3B-SS Edmonton Trappers (90 GP) 11 HR, 61 RBI 221 HR, 718 RBI
ERNIE CAMACHO RP Calgary Jimmies (’75) & Edmonton Trappers (’82) 18 Ks, 19.2 IP in ’82 23 saves in ’84
RYAN FRANKLIN SP Calgary Cannons (1 GP, ’94) 5.2 IP, 2 Ks 84 saves, 668 Ks
DREW MILLER OF Born in Medicine Hat Calgary Vipers (604 GP, ’05-’11) No MLB experience

*statistical sources: The Baseball Cube; Western Canada Baseball

HONOURABLE MENTIONS: JIM ACKER, DANNY BAUTISTA, GEOFF FREEBORN, TURNER WARD, BRIAN KINGMAN, CHAD BRADFORD, LENN SAKATA, DAVE DOWLING, GREG LITTON, HELEN NICOL FOX, BETTY CARVETH-DUNN

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ANALYSIS

The list includes Hall of Famers, MVPs, Cy Young Award winners, Rookie of the Year recipients, World Series heroes, Gold Glovers, Silver Sluggers, All Stars, First Round Picks, batting champs, pitchers who’ve thrown no hitters (and a perfect game) and clutch closers.

It also includes players that never made MLB but had success in the minors, along with journeymen and role players.

And it includes colourful characters, pioneers, record breakers and even convicted criminals.

Here’s a closer look at our list:

BY POSITION: 46 Starting Pitchers, 39 Outfielders, 20 Relievers, 16 First Basemen, 16 Second Basemen, 16 Shortstops, 15 Third Basemen, 7 Catchers, 1 Utility Player

BY ALBERTA TEAM: 49 Calgary Cannons, 43 Edmonton Trappers, 15 Medicine Hat Blue Jays,  8 Lethbridge Dodgers, 7 Edmonton Eskimos, 4 Calgary Jimmies, 4 Calgary Vipers, 2 Edmonton Cracker-Cats, 2 Medicine Hat Hatters, 1 Lethbridge White Sock, 1 Edmonton Capital, 1 Calgary Giant, 1 Lloydminster-North Battleford Combine, 1 Medicine Hat Mohawk, 1 Lethbridge Expo, 1 Edmonton Yanks, 1 Barrhead Blue Jay, 1 Lethbridge Cardinal, 1 Calgary Cardinal, 1 Red Deer Border Player, 1 Lethbirdge Black Diamond, 1 Lloydminster Meridian, 1 Calgary Expo, 1 Calgary Dawg

BY REGION: 61 played on Calgary teams, 54 on Edmonton teams, 18 on Medicine Hat teams, 12 on Lethbridge teams, and 5 played in other regions.

BY ALBERTA LEAGUE LEVEL: 91 AAA, 26 Rookie, 7 Independent, 26 Other

SUMMARY: Not surprisingly, the list was dominated by Alberta’s Triple-A teams. Calgary’s Cannons made up a third of the list, followed closely by more than 40 Edmonton Trappers. Together, the two teams contributed more than half of the players on our Top 150. After that,  it was the rookie level clubs in Medicine Hat and Lethbridge that represented well.

The league level breakdown also confirms that Triple-A baseball gave Albertans the best baseball players, which is not surprising given the number of MLB players that came from those teams.

Breaking things down by region, Calgary edged Edmonton in the Battle of Alberta, while Medicine Hat beat out Lethbridge in the Battle of Southern Alberta.

One closing note: this list is not intended to be definitive. It is a conversation starter to highlight the amazing baseball talent that has been through our province. There are a lot of factors that went into our selections, including performance in Alberta, time spent playing for Alberta teams, overall career performance, playoff record, individual achievements, etc. So, please keep the feedback coming and let us know what you think.

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