Peter Forsberg Colorado Avalanche (1994-2004, 2007-2008, 2010-11)[Credit: Wikipedia]Peter Forsberg was drafted 6th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft, but was later traded to the Quebec Nordiques for Eric Lindros – so we wont consider his two seasons in Philly a reunion. However, Forsberg moved with the Nordiques to Colorado where he spent the next nine seasons. Following the 2004-05 lockout, Forsberg spent time with the Flyers and Predators before returning to Colorado, but he only played 11 more games with the Avalanche before retiring due to injuries. Luc RobitailleLos Angeles Kings (1986-1994, 1997-2001, 2003-2006)[Credit: USHL]Luc Robitaille served three different stints with the Los Angeles Kings. He spent time with the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers from 1994-1997, then with the Detroit Red Wings from 2001-03 where he won his only Stanley Cup as a player. He currently serves as the President of Business Operations for the Kings. Mark Recchi Pittsburgh Penguins (1988-1992, 2005-2006, 2006-08) Philadelphia Flyers (1992-1995, 1998-2004After winning the Stanley Cup with Pittsburgh in 1991, Recchi was dealt to the Flyers. Philadelphia then traded him to Montreal in a deal that sent John LeClair and Eric Desjardins – who would later become Recchis teammates – to the Flyers. Trevor Linden Vancouver Canucks (1988-1998, 2001-2008) [Credit: TrevorLinden.com]Selected 2nd overall by the Canucks in 1988, Linden became a key piece of the puzzle right off the bat. He was later traded to the New York Islanders during the 1997-98 season, where he played the following season. He then joined the Montreal Canadiens for two seasons before he was dealt to the Capitals. He played just 28 games with Washington before rejoining the Canucks. He retired 20 years to the day he was drafted and is currently the President of Hockey Operations for the Canucks.Alexei Kovalev New York Rangers (1992-1999, 2002-2004)Pittsburgh Penguins (1998-2003, 2010-2011)[Credit: New York Times]Alexei Kovalev was the first Russian born player in NHL history taken in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft. He won the Stanley Cup in 1994 with the Rangers and was one of the first Russians to have his name engraved on the Cup. Just 14 games into the 1998-99 season, Kovalev was dealt to the Penguins. He was traded back to the Rangers in 2003. Nearly eight years and two NHL teams later he made a return to Pittsburgh when he was traded by the Ottawa Senators.Brendan Shanahan New Jersey Devils (1987-1991, 2008-2009)[Credit: NHL]Brendan Shanahan joined the New Jersey Devils when he was 18-years-old. By his third NHL season he emerged as a point-per-game player. He returned to the Devils for the final season of his playing career, where he recorded 14 points in 34 games. He is the only player in NHL history to score over 600 goals and record 2,000 penalty minutes. He is currently the President and Alternate Governor of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Roberto LuongoFlorida Panthers (2000-2006, Present)[Credit: NHL]Roberto Luongo is back in the city where he made a name for himself. He is the winningest goalie in Panthers history and owns the record for most wins in a season. He was traded back to Florida last season one day before the trade deadline. This will be his first full season with the Panthers in nearly 10 years. Ryan SmythEdmonton Oilers (1994-2007, 2011-2014)Its probably impossible to find an Oilers fan who doesnt like Ryan Smyth. Selected 6th overall by Edmonton in 1994, the Banff native played most of his career with the Oilers. He was dealt to the Islanders during the 2006-2007 season in fear that he would test the free agent market. 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Im so far out of it right now that I need to play well to ... get myself into the playoffs and ultimately — hopefully — play all four weeks." Its hard to believe that just one year ago, Woods won this World Golf Championship by seven shots for his fifth victory of the year. Not much has gone his way since then, mainly because of back pain that eventually led to surgery on March 31 and kept him out for three months. The Bridgestone Invitational will be only his third tournament since his return from surgery a month ago at Congressional, where he missed the cut. And during his time at home, his position in two key standings plunged. Woods is No. 215 in the FedEx Cup — only the top 125 qualifying for the playoffs. He is No. 70 in the Ryder Cup standings, so far away from being among the nine automatic qualifiers after next week that even if he were to win at Firestone, he wouldnt even crack the top 20 in the standings. At least he is playing courses that bring happy memories. Woods has been so dominant at Firestone that he averages $10,138 for every hole he has played in competition dating to 1997. His victory last year was the third time he had won at Firestone by at least seven shots. But thats because he was playing well. Firestone also is the course where he finished 30 shots out of the lead in 2010, a week before he hooked up with Sean Foley, his third swing coach as a pro. "Theres no secret formula," he said. "Its just go out and play well. This golf course is right in front of you. Theres no hidden secrets out here. Youve just got to go out there and play well." Different from previous injuries is that Woods said he returned to competition not much longer after he was fit enough to play.dddddddddddd After various knee injuries, he worked himself into shape by playing a lot of golf at home. This time, he only got in a couple of rounds. Missing the cut at Congressional was satisfying because he knew he was pain-free. Finishing in 69th place at the British Open — his worst position at a major when making the cut — was more of a disappointment. Woods said he is progressing, though it starts with eliminating mistakes. "My good shots are still really good," he said. "My bad shots need to be in positions where I know I should miss the golf ball, instead of places where I have been missing it." The field is the toughest of the year for the World Golf Championships, missing only Dustin Johnson (No. 16) from the top 50. Rory McIlroy is playing for the first time since his wire-to-wire win at the British Open two weeks ago. Woods is playing the opening two rounds with Martin Kaymer, who went wire-to-wire at Pinehurst No. 2 to win the U.S. Open. McIlroy and Henrik Stenson each have a mathematical chance to replace Adam Scott at No. 1 in the world. Some of the pairings for the opening two rounds are a reminder that the Ryder Cup is not too far away. Justin Rose is playing with Rickie Fowler, who has finished second in the past two majors. McIlroy is playing with Matt Kuchar. Jordan Spieth is paired with Victor Dubuisson of France, both expected to be Ryder Cup rookies. Woods and Kaymer would be another Ryder Cup attraction — assuming Woods is on the team. U.S. captain Tom Watson has said he wants Woods on the team, provided he is healthy and playing well. At the moment, Woods is healthy. "I think what its going to boil down to, would be my guess, is how healthy Tiger is and how he feels like his game is," said Jim Furyk, who has secured his spot on the team for the ninth straight time. "But its hard to imagine not having a healthy Tiger Woods on the team. Hes arguably the best player ever. If hes healthy and hes been playing, its hard to imagine he wouldnt be on the team. But thats not my call." That decision is for Watson. And Woods can make it a lot easier depending on how he plays the next two weeks. ' ' '