HOH Top 70 Players of All Time (2009)
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08-08-2009, 04:43 AM
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That's what my eyes tell me too; I think he was a little bit better. It'll never be the universal truth, but at least it would be nice to be able to make such an argument without getting ridiculed.
As far as individual skills go, I'd give Makarov the edge in skating, 1-on-1 skills and goal-scoring. This is based on 30 games or so that I've seen. Then again, I'm no hockey analyst or haven't really 'studied' it, so it would be interesting to see what a more of an expert is going to say.
Just to add: of course Makarov probably had some big advantages, like playing on teams that were mostly better-coached and physically stronger plus he had Fetisov and Kasatonov on defense, but I'm sure all this will be taken into consideration.
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