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Top 30 Canadian Players of All-Time - #25


Top 30 Canadian Players of All-Time - #25   

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Denis Potvin won with 30% of the votes.

Crosby had 5 nominations, no one else had more than one.

Sidney Crosby was added to the list.

Congratulations to Denis Potvin for being named the #24 Canadian Player of All-Time!

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

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The List:

#1 - Wayne Gretzky

#2 - Bobby Orr

#3 - Mario Lemieux

#4 - Gordie Howe

#5 - Maurice Richard

#6 - Patrick Roy

#7 - Martin Brodeur

#8 - Steve Yzerman

#9 - Joe Sakic

#10 - Mark Messier


#11 - Mike Bossy

#12 - Doug Harvey

#13 - Bobby Hull

#14 - Ray Bourque

#15 - Guy Lafleur

#16 - Jean Beliveau

#17 - Phil Esposito

#18 - Paul Coffey

#19 - Ron Francis

#20 - Marcel Dionne


#21 - Eddie Shore

#22 - Scott Niedermayer

#23 - Terry Sawchuk

#24 - Denis Potvin

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Once again I'm voting for Stan Mikita, one of the first premier playmakers in NHL history.


For the fourth time, I'm nominating Bernie Federko. It's a shame that he was so underrated in his career.

Federko managed four 100+ point seasons in his career and ended with a points-per-game ratio of 1.13, putting him just behind legends like Yzerman (1.16) and Lindros (1.14), and ahead of other greats, such as Denis Savard (1.12, already on the voting list), and Gilbert Perreault (1.11, also already on the voting list).

Take a look at this list and see how good Federko ranks.


Federko was the Captain of the St. Louis Blues for the 1988-89 and in his 13 year with the Blues he set (and still holds) tons of Blues records, including the most assists (721), points (1073), and assists in one game (5).

His number was retired by the Blues less than a year after he retired.


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Voting Mikita

Once again, I am nominating Jarome Iginla.


Iginla has only had 4 under-30 goal non-lockout seasons in his entire 18 season career, and hasn't had one since Y2K was a thing.

He has over 500 goals and over 1100 points.

He is a 6 time all-star.

He has 2 Rocket Richards, 1 Art Ross, and 1 Lester B. Pearson Award (now known as the Ted Lindsay Award) under his belt.

And his career isn't even over yet.

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