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#27 Canadian Player of All-Time  

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Stan Mikita won with 52.94% of the votes.

Iginla had 3 nominations, Federko was second with 2.

Jarome Iginla was added to the list.

Congratulations to Stan Mikita for being named the #26 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

#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

#25 - Sidney Crosby

#26 - Stan Mikita

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As much as I want to vote for Hawerchuk, I've gotta vote for Bryan Trottier. Six Stanley Cups, 1425 points in 1279 games, played in 8 NHL All-Star games, Calder Trophy winner, Art Ross winner, Hart winner, Conn Smythe winner, One first-team All-Star, and two-time second team All-Star, King Clancy winner.

It's safe to say that Trottier had a fairly decent career.


For the fifth 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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Since I'm not Canadian I'll make a vote and nomination anyway.

My vote goes to Jacques Plante, who won six Vezina Trophies (and shared a seventh with Glenn Hall) and backstopped the Canadiens to six Stanley Cups in the 1950s.

As for my nomination, it goes to Scott Stevens. Won three Stanley Cups as captain of the New Jersey Devils.

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Voted 3 time Hart winner, two time Art Ross winner, orginal Hall of fame member and the first player to ever get his jersery number retired Howie Morenz.

Once again nominate the all time highest scoring left winger, Calder winner and 8 time all-star, Stanley Cup winner, hall of famer, and Mighty Ducks Two actor Lucky Luc Robitaille.

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Voting Jacques Plante

Again, hard to overlook 6 Stanley Cups, in net, including 5 consecutive. 7 Vezina Trophies and one Hart Trophy. He was the first goalie to wear a mask on a regular basis, and the first goalie to regularly go outside his crease and play the puck. A real talent and innovator..

Nominating Bobby Clarke.

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