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Brennan, 29, was Quebec's third pick, 46th overall, in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. He turned professional in 1995-96 following a standout four-year career at Boston University where he had 26-73=99 totals with 256 totals in 142 career college games, including earning Hockey East First All-Star Team and NCAA East Second All-American Team honors in 1993-94 and an NCAA championship in his senior season in 1994-95. The 6'2", 200 lb. native of Schenectady, New York has spent most of his professional career at the AHL level with NHL stints with Colorado (two games in 1996-97), San Jose (1-2=3 totals in 11 games in 1997-98), NY Rangers (1-3=4 totals in 24 games in 1998-99) and Los Angeles (two games in 2000-01). He split last season between Milwaukee and Manchester of the American Hockey League with six goals and 13 assists for 19 points with 33 penalty minutes in 39 combined games.

Herr, 26, was Washington's fourth pick, 93rd overall, in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft. He played four seasons of college hockey at the University of Michigan, where he was a teammate of Boston's Mike Knuble in 1994-95, with 72-61=133 totals and 235 penalty minutes in 151 career college games and he won an NCAA championship with the Wolverines in 1995-96. the 6'2", 204 lb. native of Hackensack, New Jersey played three seasons in the Capitals organization in Washington (4-5=9 career NHL totals in 52 games) and Portland/AHL before going to Philadelphia in a March, 2001 trade for Dean Melanson. He played last season in Hershey of the American Hockey League where he was fourth in that team's scoring race with 18-16=34 totals and 68 penalty minutes in 61 games.

Bowler, 27, played four seasons of junior hockey in Windsor of the Ontario Hockey League with 149-318=467 totals and 171 penalty minutes in 250 career OHL games, including three straight 120+ point seasons. Never drafted by an NHL team, the 5'9", 180 lb. native of Toronto, Ontario played his first five professional seasons at the IHL and AHL levels with Las Vegas, Houston, Hamilton and Manitoba, including being named to the IHL's Second All-Star Team in 1998-99 when he had 26-67=93 totals in 82 games with the Manitoba Moose. He was signed as a free agent by Columbus in August, 2000 and split the 2000-01 season between Columbus and their AHL affiliate in Syracuse and he saw his only NHL action to date with two assists in nine Blue Jackets games that season. He was claimed on waivers by Nashville on June 1, 2001 and split last season between Milwaukee and Norfolk of the American Hockey League with 5-21=26 totals and 41 penalty minutes in 45 combined games.

Wilde, 25, played four seasons of college hockey at the University of Vermont with 6-45=51 totals and 100 penalty minutes in 111 career college games. The 6'4", 215 lb. native of Linkoping, Sweden, signed a contract with the AHL Providence Bruins last season and had 2-9=11 totals with 46 penalty minutes in 71 AHL Bruins games during his rookie professional season.

Dallman, 21, just completed his fourth and final season of junior hockey with Guelph of the Ontario Hockey League, finishing his junior career as the Storm's all-time leader in games played and all-time leading scorer among defensemen with 69-191=260 totals and 246 penalty minutes in 268 career games. He has led his team in scoring and has been the OHL's leading defenseman scorer in each of the past two seasons, including career-high totals of 23 goals and 63 assists for 86 points in 2001-02 when he also earned team Most Valuable Player honors. The 5'11", 195 lbs. native of Niagara Falls, Ontario also led the Ontario Hockey League in both power play assists (38) and power play points (52) last season.

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