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kmad 01-12-2012 12:32 PM

Top 30 Canucks All-Time - #24
 
Place your vote and suggest another player to add.

1. Henrik Sedin - 37.08%
2. Daniel Sedin - 48.00%
3. Pavel Bure - 48.54%
4. Trevor Linden - 67.07%
5. Markus Naslund - 85.98%
6. Roberto Luongo - 41.79%
7. Stan Smyl - 51.52%
8. Kirk McLean - 67.39%
9. Mattias Ohlund - 40.00%
10. Thomas Gradin - 50.00%
11. Sami Salo - 31.58%
12. Ryan Kesler - 40.28%
13. Jyrki Lumme - 53.13%
14. Todd Bertuzzi - 34.69%
15. Tony Tanti - 26.00%
16. Andre Boudrias - 27.66%
17. Harold Snepsts - 27.27%
18. Alexander Mogilny - 20.00%
19. Alexandre Burrows - 23.21%
20. Ed Jovanovski - 28.57%
21. Patrik Sundstrom - 25.81%
22. Greg Adams - 25.81%
23. Cliff Ronning - 45.71%

Added Gary Smith.

kmad 01-12-2012 12:33 PM

Voting Doug Lidster. One of our all-time scoring defensemen, holds Canucks record for points by a d-man in a single season (63).

Add Alexander Edler.

Ogie Goldthorpe 01-12-2012 12:39 PM

Voted Courtnall

add Odjick, Reinhart, Oddlieifson or Edler (in that order)

jimmythescot 01-12-2012 01:03 PM

What the? How did I miss two votes? Im on everyday. Selective blindness/tired of talking about the bruins, I guess. At least it was the two I was planning on voting for (but I would have said ronning first). Lidster. I'm surprised Edler isn't on there yet.

Barney Gumble 01-12-2012 01:10 PM

Voted for Lever

Add: Rick Lanz (would've ranked Lidster next, but he's already on the list).

vadim sharifijanov 01-12-2012 01:11 PM

man does it ever get togugh to choose aft er cliffy...

he peaked in a dark era, but add gelinas? short stint here, but not far behind courts, and ahead of schmautz.

CCF 01-12-2012 01:14 PM

Lidster

Add Brochu

LiveeviL 01-12-2012 01:58 PM

Courtnall for the third time.

Sure, if Bieksa is on the list: add Edler

vadim sharifijanov 01-12-2012 02:01 PM

i ended up going with garth. i can see the argument for lidster, but i refuse to vote for anyone who won a cup in '94; certainly not messier, noonan, or tikkanen, not even a longtime canuck like lidster-- particularly one who scored two goals against us in the finals. but '94 aside, lidster had one monster offensive year (where he had far and away the worst +/- on the team) and was passable offensively for the rest of his tenure here. i never saw him as a particularly noteworthy guy here, more of an average player on a bad team. butcher brought more, as a tough defensive presence and as a guy who protected his teammates.

another tough d-man i'd like to see soon is diduck. it'll be interesting how people value guys with relatively short but significant tenures on our blueline like diduck, bieksa, edler, reinhardt, and babych. all such different players...

Barney Gumble 01-12-2012 02:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vadim sharifijanov (Post 42350287)
it'll be interesting how people value guys with relatively short but significant tenures on our blueline like diduck, bieksa, edler, reinhardt, and babych. all such different players...

Reinhardt is the toughest one for me (in terms of putting on or taking off). I'd still rank him among the best D ever to suit up for the Canucks - but his short career here does hurt him.

CCF 01-12-2012 02:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vadim sharifijanov (Post 42350287)
i ended up going with garth. i can see the argument for lidster, but i refuse to vote for anyone who won a cup in '94; certainly not messier, noonan, or tikkanen, not even a longtime canuck like lidster-- particularly one who scored two goals against us in the finals. but '94 aside, lidster had one monster offensive year (where he had far and away the worst +/- on the team) and was passable offensively for the rest of his tenure here. i never saw him as a particularly noteworthy guy here, more of an average player on a bad team. butcher brought more, as a tough defensive presence and as a guy who protected his teammates.

another tough d-man i'd like to see soon is diduck. it'll be interesting how people value guys with relatively short but significant tenures on our blueline like diduck, bieksa, edler, reinhardt, and babych. all such different players...

If Babych was listed I probably would have voted for him. It's hard for me to rank anyone before 1994 as that's when I started falling the team as a young kid. I was welcomed to the team by watching some pretty lean years from 1995 until 1999. Not too many players from that stretch will make this list - basically a revolving door of players under Keenan.


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