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11-05-2007, 06:57 AM
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Originally Posted by shawnmullin View Post
Pilote was clearly the best D-man in the NHL in the 60s. Can McInnis say that about any decade? Can he even come close to saying that?
If he was clearly the best D-Men of the 60ies, why did he lost the Norris to such "lesser" candidates (as opposed to D-Men who won it during Al McInnis career)?

(Nothing against Harry Howell and Jacques Laperriere, but they ain't Nik Lidstrom).

And losing the Norris to Howell is one thing, losing it Howell during can be arguably considered his best season raise questions.

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