apollo Posted September 16, 2018 Share Posted September 16, 2018 2 hours ago, Me_ said: The Sedins were wonderful. However, only Burrows was the answer to their play, save for a Carter stint. The Sedins were stoic machines of strength. No one really gelled with them as we thought one day someone would; a third Sedin. Not a knock on them at all; just an observation. I would say that the Berruzzi - Morisson - Naslund was much more fun and dynamic to watch. However, rare is a line that could dominate like the Sedins could, cycling for minutes on end; literally. I think the youth and talent Pettersson and Dahlén would bring to Eriksson should be enough to kick start a steady production to the end of his contract. Gonna have to disagree with WCE being more fun to watch than the Sedins. Do you not remember when they would dominate for entire shifts? Through the leg blind passes... Goals... Many players had success with the twins other than Burr. Don't get me wrong, I think WCE is arguably one of the most Iconic lines ever assembled in hockey but they dominated for a much shorter period of time than the elite superstars the sedins were. (see my post about how 2002 canucks led by WCE were the most underrated team of all time) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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