Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Langdon Algur

Top 30 Canucks of all time- voting for number 8

The 8th greatest Canuck of all time  

60 members have voted

  1. 1. Who is the 8th greatest Canuck of all time?

    • Thomas Gradin
      11
    • Tony Tanti
      2
    • Kirk McLean
      15
    • Mattias Ohlund
      14
    • Todd Bertuzzi
      5
    • Alexander Mogilny
      5
    • Jryki Lumme
      0
    • Richard Brodeur
      1
    • Ryan Kesler
      5
    • Orland Kurtenbach
      2


Recommended Posts

Voting for the 8th greatest Canuck of all time. Please remember to nominate someone else to be added to the list.

Congrats to Roberto Luongo for being voted the 7th greatest Canuck of all time. Orland Kurtenbach and Ronning had 5 nominations each, since Kurtenbach lost the coin toss to Kesler last round I'm giving him the edge here and adding him to the list.

Please remember to nominate someone to do be added to the poll.

The list so far

1) Trevor Linden

2) Pavel Bure

3) Henrik Sedin

4) Daniel Sedin

5) Markus Naslund

6) Stan Smyl

7) Roberto Luongo

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Gradin all the way. 550 points in 613 games is legit.

Still nominating Boudrias.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Have people forgotten Gradin already? He seems a pretty clear-cut number six to me.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Voted: McLean (after humming and awwing between him, Tanti, and Gradin)

Nominate: Harold Snepsts (played more games in a Canuck uniform than anybody on the list)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Was too young to remember Gradin, but I do remember McLean. He was great, and definitely top 10... but...

still, I'm voting for Bertuzzi.

Big hits. Big fights. Big goals (and some dirty ones too), along with an aggressive play style that was contrasted with the occasional display of humanity in his off-ice contributions to the community. While Bure was always exciting to watch for his great hands and speed, Bertuzzi was my favourite player for years and years. It's too bad that Bertuzzi's unfortunate end has pushed him from our collective memory, but I still think he was a player unlike any other we've had in a very, very long time.

His season with 97 points and 144 PIM is a gem in my memory. Definitely gets my vote.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.