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Top 30 Canadian Players of All-Time - #4

#4 Canadian Player of All-Time   34 votes

  1. 1. Who is the #4 Canadian Player of All-Time?

    • Gordie Howe
      20
    • Steve Yzerman
      4
    • Martin Brodeur
      3
    • Maurice Richard
      2
    • Doug Harvey
      0
    • Joe Sakic
      1
    • Patrick Roy
      1
    • Mark Messier
      2
    • Mike Bossy
      1
    • Jean Beliveau
      0
    • Bobby Hull
      0
    • Phil Esposito
      0

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Mario Lemiuex won the last poll with 83.87% of the votes.

Shore and Esposito had two nominations each, no one else had more than one.

I used Excel's random function to determine the winner, and Esposito won.

Phil Esposito was added to the list.

Congratulations to Mario Lemiuex for being named the #3 Canadian Player of All-Time!

We are going with the Country the player played for internationally.

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

The List:

#1 - Wayne Gretzky

#2 - Bobby Orr

#3 - Mario Lemieux

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Once again, I'm voting for Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe. The best 40 plus player of All-Time undoubtedly, but also far and away the most consistent player in history. He finished in the top five in scoring for twenty straight seasons. Howe also scored 20 or more goals in 22 consecutive seasons between 1949 and 1971, another NHL record.

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For the third time, I'm nominating Eddie Shore. He was absolutely fantastic. He won FOUR HART TROPHIES. Read that again and fully comprehend it. He's one of the best defensemen to every play the game and should be on this list higher than he probably will be. The Hockey News ranks him as the #3 defenseman of All-TIme and I agree.

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Voting for the best goalie of all time, Martin Brodeur.

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Howe should run away with this one.

Nominating the original superstar,and 3 time Hart winner Howie Morenz again.

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I'm surprised Howe isn't running away with this one.

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Voting Bossy

Nominating Brodeur

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Voted Howe

No need to nominate anyone yet. The important top players are there already.

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I'm surprised there's a couple of votes up there for Messier.

Anyways... voted Howe.

Nominating Morenz.

Considered one of the first stars of the NHL, Morenz played 14 seasons in the league. He was a member of a Stanley Cup–winning team three times, all with the Canadiens. During his NHL career he placed in the top 10 leading scorers ten times. For seven straight seasons, Morenz led the Canadiens in both goals scored and points. Three times in his career he was named the most valuable player of the league, and he led the league once in goals scored and twice in points scored. He was named to the NHL All-Star Team three times.

Morenz died from complications of a broken leg, an injury he suffered in a game. After his death, the Canadiens retired his jersey number, the first time the team had done so for any player. When the Hockey Hall of Fame opened in 1945, Morenz was one of the original nine inductees. In 1950, the Canadian Press named him the best ice hockey player of the first half of the 20th century.

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I'll try to update this sometime soon, I have lots of school work right now.

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Voting Richard, nominating Shore.

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