Progress report: 2004 vs. 1993
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03-14-2004, 01:35 PM
Join Date: Feb 2004
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Just how close are we right now to the last stanley cup winning habs team? Discuss.
P.S: I'd contribute my own opinion but I'm too young to remember anything much about the 1993 season (except it maybe a few important goals) so I'd just look like a total idiot if I claimed anything
Patrick Roy (G)
Andre Racicot (G)
Frederic Chabot (G)
Not even close but getting there. The 1993 team was led by experienced playoff warriors like Carbonneau, Muller, Roy, Schneider, Damphousse, Keane and Desjardins among others. At the time, these players were among the best in the league at their respective roles. It was a very experienced and highly skilled team with a first rate defense, a good transition game and plenty of leadership. In addition, the present team has no John LeClair, i.e. someone who can stand in front of net, take punishment and is impossible to move. Surely not Dagenais...
It shows BG still has plenty of work to do to make the current edition a true contender IMO.
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