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Top 30 Canadian Players of All-Time - #28


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#28 Canadian Player of All-Time  

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Nice to see a fair bit of voting on the last one!

It's also time to decide what to do after this one!

Bryan Trottier won with 33.33% of the votes.

Federko had 3 nominations, no one else had more than one.

Bernie Federko was added to the list.

Congratulations to Bryan Trottier for being named the #27 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

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#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

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#21 - Eddie Shore

#22 - Scott Niedermayer

#23 - Terry Sawchuk

#24 - Denis Potvin

#25 - Sidney Crosby

#26 - Stan Mikita

#27 - Bryan Trottier

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Voting for Dale Hawerchuk. Here are some of his achievements.

  • Played in NHL All-Star Game 5 times

  • Calder Memorial Trophy winner in 1982

  • Only NHL player to reach 1000 career NHL games before age 31

  • Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2001

  • Six 40-goal seasons and one 50-goal season.

  • Thirteen consecutive seasons of 50 or more assists, including three 70-assist seasons and one 80-assist season.

  • 1,409 points in 1,188 games.

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I'm gonna nominate Red Kelly, the legendary multi-talented player who played both as a forward and a defenseman. Before Campbell won the Lady Byng last year, he was the last defenseman to win it. Kelly was somewhat of a specialist at winning the Lady Byng, winning it four times in his career, 3 of them as a defender.

Kelly won a whopping eight Stanley Cups in his career, the most of any player never to play with the Canadiens.

In 1954 he won the Norris and was a runner-up to the Hart Trophy.

He was a first-team All-Star six times and a second team All-Star two times. He was elected into the Hall of Fame in 1969.

In 1998, he was ranked 22 on The Hockey News' Top 100 Players of All-Time (never mind just the Top Canadian Players)

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Voting Jacques Plante

- 6 Stanley Cups, in net, including 5 consecutive

- 7 Vezina Trophies

- one Hart Trophy

- he was the first goalie to wear a mask on a regular basis

- 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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Voted for the orginal super star.  Howie Morenz was one of the first ever players to enter the hall of fame and first player to ever have his jersery retired.  He won two Art Ross trophy's, 3 Hart trophies, set an NHL record for all time goals and points(later of course broken) and was named the 15th greatest hockey player of all time by the hockey news.

Nominating the all time highest scoring left winger, 8 time all star, hall of famer and Mighty Ducks 2 actor Lucky Luc Robitaille.Voted we do USSR/Russia next as I'm curious to see how the Soviet era players will rank compared to more modern Russian NHL stars.

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