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03-29-2009, 09:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Kyle McMahon View Post
... if the goal is to list the 1000 best hockey players ever, the names O'Neill and Cheechoo will and should appear long before Hannan and Laperierre.
Again I disagree and again say: You may weigh offensive talent heavily in considering who is one of the best thousand hockey players of all time.

I understand that some people think scoring is so important but a peak-and-valley scorer who is slow and dogs it and has a mediocre career overall is simply discounted well past the point where a fast, hard-working, defensively-skilled, consistent performing back-line role player would be on my top-1000 of all time list.

It all comes down to what criteria you use and how much weight you give to each.

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