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Who are your top 10 powerplay quarterbacks? (active NHL players)

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Karlson

Green

Cambell

Markov

Keith

Subban

Ovie Plays point on the pp

Pietroangelo

Doughty

Salo

Gonchar

Eirhoff

Guys we could get maybe

The Hoff (would love to have him back)

The Gonch Oldie but a goodie

Zidlicky RHS too

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Surprised no one said St. Louis or Purcell; both of those guys earn their pay by feeding Stamkos to wire pucks.

Agreed with Doughty, Karlsson, Boyle, Hank, Campbell; Joe Thornton should still be good too

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In no particular order:

Karlsson

Letang

Subban

Markov

Doughty

Campbell

Enstrom

Pietrangelo

Suter

Boyle

Not sure how you define a PPQB, but I think it is someone who controls the play when the have the puck on their stick and have the ability to make the smart decisions with it.

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