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Forwards: Mike Peluso, Brian Gionta, Steve Konowalchuk, Chris Tancill, Steve Heinze, Jason Blake, Sean Haggerty, Jeff Halpern, Darby Hendrickson, Jeff Nielsen, Derek Plante, David Legwand, Eric Boguniecki.
Christopher William Tancill (born February 7, 1968 in Livonia, Michigan) is a retired professional ice hockey right wing. He was drafted by the Hartford Whalers in the 1989 NHL Supplemental Draft.
Tancill played in two more NHL games with the Dallas Stars during the 1997–98 season. He then went to Switzerland and spent six seasons in Nationalliga A. He retired following the 2003–04 season.
In his NHL career, Tancill appeared in 134 games. He scored 17 goals and added 32 assists. He also appeared in 11 Stanley Cup playoff games, scoring one goal and adding one assist.
Tancill was traded to the Detroit Red Wings during the 1991–92 season in exchange for Daniel Shank. For the 1993–94 season, he joined the Dallas Stars. After one season with the Stars, he spent three with the San Jose Sharks organization.
After playing four seasons at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Tancill made his professional debut with the American Hockey League's Springfield Indians in the 1990–91 season and was one of the stars leading the team to the Calder Cup championship in that year. He also made his NHL debut with the Whalers that same season, appearing in nine games, scoring one goal and adding one assist.
He made his NHL debut with Detroit the next season, scoring 24 points in 57 games. After appearing in just seven NHL games in the 1990–91 season, though, and beginning the 1991–92 season back in Adirondack, Shank was traded to the Hartford Whalers in exchange for Chris Tancill. He appeared in 13 regular season and 5 playoff games for the Whalers that season.
The NHL Supplemental Draft was a draft that was established by the National Hockey League as an offshoot of the NHL Entry Draft between 1986 and 1994. The Supplemental Draft was used by teams to select collegiate ice hockey players who were not eligible for the standard Entry Draft. Unlike the Entry Draft, most players selected never played in the NHL, although a few "diamonds in the rough" went on to NHL careers. The players selected in the Supplemental Draft who enjoyed NHL careers of over 100 games are John Cullen, Bob Kudelski, Dave Snuggerud, Shawn Chambers, Jamie Baker, Todd Krygier, Chris Tancill, Cory Cross, Steve Rucchin, Steve Guolla, and Steve Martins. The Supplemental Draft was discontinued by the 1995 collective bargaining agreement.
In the middle of a dispute over leasing at the Springfield Civic Center, the Indians' home for much of the previous two decades, the team's affiliation changed again to the Hartford Whalers. The fans were very angry at the loss of their favorites, especially since their replacements came mostly from a Binghamton Whalers team recording the worst record in league history. However, the 1990–91 new look Indians proved their naysayers wrong. Behind Roberts' veteran coaching, they rampaged to the second best record in the league behind a powerful offense led by future NHLer Terry Yake, James Black, Chris Tancill and Michel Picard (who led the league with a franchise-record 56 goals), and a rock solid defense led by captain John Stevens and Bergevin, who had been acquired by the Whalers in an early-season trade. In so doing, the team won the North Division regular season title, the Indians' first division title since the Cup-winning squad of 1962. Goaltender Kay Whitmore won the playoff MVP as Springfield defended their title against Rochester. The victory would be the Springfield franchise's seventh and final Calder Cup championship.