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03-17-2008, 10:31 AM
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Originally Posted by RedScull View Post
You're welcome to have your own opinion. Of the taped games that I've seen (admittedly mostly of later in his career), to me Henri very rarely stood out as the best player on the ice. As I said, he was consistently very good, but to me, when we're talking about greatness, he pales in comparison to some players who accomplished as much (save the Cup wins) in a shorter career. I can only judge on what I see, and what I read (which I usually take with a grain of salt.. Montreal history has a way of making very good players into the best of all-time).
Trust me, i've had uncles, friends of uncles that told me great tales of Henri and his accomplishement. He was one of the true great. I would never ever consider Dryden a great one, though.

Aside, where do you live in Australia?
I'm not from Australia!

Look at the city inscription: I made a bad joke and wrote "Quebec city, Australia".

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