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16 minutes ago, the grinder said:

voting for king Richard  nominate don lever

Lever is already on the list of options, so he doesn't need to be nominated. Do you have another nomination?

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3 minutes ago, -AJ- said:

Lever is already on the list of options, so he doesn't need to be nominated. Do you have another nomination?

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Vote BURROWS --HE MEANS A LOT TO THIS TEAM, EVEN TO THIS DAY.

 

Nominate Kearns

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1 hour ago, naslund.is.king said:

How could people vote Kesler before Burrows:sick:

Voting ohlund

I love what Burrows brought to this team, but Kesler was the better player. Can score 40 goals and win a selke.

 

Voting Kesler

 

Nominating Kearns

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Just now, Master Mind said:

I love what Burrows brought to this team, but Kesler was the better player. Can score 40 goals and win a selke.

 

Voting Kesler

 

Nominating Kearns

Kesler was indeed the better player.  I have Burrows as the greater Canuck, however.

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Posted (edited)

In case of a tie between Kesler and whoever else, my tiebreak vote would be who ever else..

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12 minutes ago, Timbermen said:

In case of a tie between Kesler and whoever else, my tiebreak vote would be who ever else..

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11 hours ago, Kevin Biestra said:

 

Yeah it's kind of a shame these threads keep getting closed as the discussion gets interesting.  As to the 1980s Calgary Flames, I said earlier that MacInnis / Suter / Reinhart / McCrimmon / Ramage / Nattress could be the best six-man corps ever assembled, and I completely forgot to mention Jamie Macoun who was ahead of Nattress on the depth chart.  That has to be hands down the best top 7 ever.

Ha ha for sure (locking up threads but i get with 50 coming that would be a lot) - i remember that comment and spent a few minutes picking my brain for a better three pairs plus of defenseman and really didn't get far...NJ had some pretty good ones and of course Pronger Neidermayer topped a pretty great defense too in ANA...they traded the farm for Ramage in Hull but he was in the same league as  Ohlund for the time period and I think it was Suter who went down early and they didn't miss a beat ... and that was MacInnis's coming out party for sure.   Maybe an older team had a more stacked team but I sure can't think of a better one from the 70's  onward although all three dynasties had some beauties too - Coffey, Lowe, Huddy (finished 6th in Norris voting a couple times) Fogilin, Craig Muni and Smith were pretty soilid for example...

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reinhart was an elite passer, playmaker and pp qb. he could get the puck to macinnis who had the hardest shot in the league. we only got him for 2 years but even with his back troubles, he was worth the price of admission. loved his game.

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Vote Ohlund

 

Nominate Kearns!  (I feel like a bunch of you don't even know who he is.  *sigh* oh well)

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1 hour ago, IBatch said:

Ha ha for sure (locking up threads but i get with 50 coming that would be a lot) - i remember that comment and spent a few minutes picking my brain for a better three pairs plus of defenseman and really didn't get far...NJ had some pretty good ones and of course Pronger Neidermayer topped a pretty great defense too in ANA...they traded the farm for Ramage in Hull but he was in the same league as  Ohlund for the time period and I think it was Suter who went down early and they didn't miss a beat ... and that was MacInnis's coming out party for sure.   Maybe an older team had a more stacked team but I sure can't think of a better one from the 70's  onward although all three dynasties had some beauties too - Coffey, Lowe, Huddy (finished 6th in Norris voting a couple times) Fogilin, Craig Muni and Smith were pretty soilid for example...

Yeah and Randy Gregg was no slouch for a 6/7 guy.  We even had him for a minute there at the end.

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