Jeff Halpern is the only Jice-man whose team is still active. The Washington Capitols made the #7 playoff slot in the Eastern Conference and will play the #2 Boston Bruins.
Halpern appeared in 69 of the 82 regular season games, scoring four goals and 12 assists (16 points). He had a plus/minus rating of -1 and one game-winning goal.
Michael Cammalleri (Calgary Flames) appeared in 66 games, with 20 goals (four game-winners) and 21 assists (41 points). His +/- rating was -10. The Flames finished 37-29-16; their 90 points put them in ninth place in the Western Division, five behind the Los Angeles Kings who took the final playoff spot.
Cammalleri had been traded from the Montreal Canadiens after he said the team had a losing philosophy. He had something there, The Habs finished last in the East and had the third-worst record in the NHL.
Michael Brown (Toronto Maple Leafs)appeared in only 50 games, scoring two goals and racking up two assists (four points) with a -8 +/- rating. The Leafs finished 13th in the East (35-37-10).
Eric Nystrom (Dallas Stars) appeared in 74 games. He had 16 goals (one game-winner) and five assists (21 points) to go with a -10 +/- rating. The Stars were 10th in the West (42-35-5), six points behind the eighth-place Kings.
Dylan Reese (NY Islanders) had another season where he shuttled back and forth between the Islanders and their top affiliate. He appeared in 28 games, with one goal and six assists (seven points), and a +/- rating of zero.
Trevor Smith (Tampa Bay Lightning) who appeared in 16 games with two goals and three assists and a +/- rating of three (making him the leader among his fellow MOTS in this category).
And finally we have Carter Camper (Boston Bruins), who led the NHL in shot efficiency. He took one and it was a goal giving him a perfect 100 percent mark. He appeared in three games for the Bruins and had a +/- rating of one.