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Top 50 Players of All-Time - #44

#44 Players of All-Time   21 members have voted

  1. 1. Who is the #44 Player of All-Time?

    • Mats Sundin
      3
    • Brendan Shanahan
      2
    • Mike Gartner
      3
    • Bobby Clarke
      4
    • Luc Robitaille
      3
    • Henri Richard
      3
    • Roberto Luongo
      1
    • Brian Leetch
      1
    • Borje Salming
      1
    • Bernie Federko
      0
    • Bernie Geoffrion
      0
    • Glenn Hall
      0

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Sergei Fedorov won with 40.91% of the votes.

Hall had 4 nominations, no one else had more than one.

Glenn Hall was added to the list.

Congratulations to Sergei Fedorov for being named the #43 Player of All-Time!

Please remember to nominate someone to be added to the voting list!

The List:

#1 - Wayne Gretzky

#2 - Mario Lemieux

#3 - Bobby Orr

#4 - Gordie Howe

#5 - Maurice Richard

#6 - Steve Yzerman

#7 - Nicklas Lidstrom

#8 - Doug Harvey

#9 - Joe Sakic

#10 - Patrick Roy

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#11 - Mark Messier

#12 - Mike Bossy

#13 - Martin Brodeur

#14 - Jean Beliveau

#15 - Ray Bourque

#16 - Jaromir Jagr

#17 - Marcel Dionne

#18 - Bobby Hull

#19 - Paul Coffey

#20 - Dominik Hasek

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#21 - Brett Hull

#22 - Ron Francis

#23 - Guy Lafleur

#24 - Pavel Bure

#25 - Eddie Shore

#26 - Phil Esposito

#27 - Teemu Selanne

#28 - Denis Potvin

#29 - Terry Sawchuk

#30 - Valeri Kharlamov

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#31 - Howie Morenz

#32 - Jacques Plante

#33 - Peter Stastny

#34 - Bryan Trottier

#35 - Vladislav Tretiak

#36 - Dale Hawerchuk

#37 - Stan Mikita

#38 - Peter Forsberg

#39 - Adam Oates

#40 - Larry Robinson

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#41 - Sidney Crosby

#42 - Jari Kurri

#43 - Sergei Fedorov

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It's getting tough now, but I'm gonna vote for Mike Gartner. Known as one of the fastest skaters of All-Time, Gartner is also known as one of the best players never to win a cup. It's a crime that he never made it all the way, seeing as he was one of the most consistent goal-scorers of all-time.

Although Gartner scored 50 goals "only" once in his career he scored 30 or more goals for 15 consecutive seasons. No player has had more than his 15 consecutive season in history, even Gretzky, Lemiuex, and Howe. He ended up with 708 goals, 6th All-time. His #11 was retired by Washington in 2008.

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We need more defenseman up here! I'm nominating Al MacInnis, the owner of one of the hardest shots ever. He won the Stanley Cup and was the Conn Smythe winner in his Flames' 1989 Cup win.

He was a point-a-game defender for about 11 years in the NHL, an amazing feat. He is one of only 5 defensemen to ever have over 100 points (He had 103 in 1990-91).

He won a Norris Trophy in 1999 and was a First Team All-Star 4 times.

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Voting Gartner.

I actually had a tough time deciding last nomination between Belfour and McInnis. But I'll go with Belfour again.

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Voting for one the best LW's of all time Luc Robitaille

Nominate the legendary Frank Mahovlich, who is rated #27 all time by hockey news but has yet to even crack our list.

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Having just seen the list right now for the first time, I think I'm going to never come back here. Bobby Clarke not in the top 20, Bryan Trottier not even an option... Howie Morenz, the 2nd best player of the first 50 years of hockey, is below Teemu Selanne (who wouldn't even make the Hall of Fame if he didn't become Brian Burke's reclamation project) and Ron Francis (whose picture is under the dictionary definition of "Compiler")

This is just painful.

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Having just seen the list right now for the first time, I think I'm going to never come back here. Bobby Clarke not in the top 20, Bryan Trottier not even an option... Howie Morenz, the 2nd best player of the first 50 years of hockey, is below Teemu Selanne (who wouldn't even make the Hall of Fame if he didn't become Brian Burke's reclamation project) and Ron Francis (whose picture is under the dictionary definition of "Compiler")

This is just painful.

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Voted Richard.

Nominating Dryden.

Conn Smythe Trophy winner in 1971

Calder Memorial Trophy winner in 1972

Vezina Trophy winner in 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979

Stanley Cup champion in 1971, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979

Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983

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Along with Bobby Orr, Dryden was one of my first favourite players when I was growing up.

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Trottier is in at #34.

You have the power to add your own say to the list, just vote and nominate players.

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Haha, I think it's best that I stay out of this. I'm far too opinionated, as you can tell.

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How many votes do we need to move on?

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Maybe time for a 4 way vote off?

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