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08-24-2009, 06:39 PM
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In alphabetical order.

Andy Bathgate
One of the all-time whiners. Rarely a play-off presence like a Fleming Mackell.

Max Bentley
Saw his personal stats slip when traded to the Leafs but was well compensated with Stanley Cups. I prefer Ted Kennedy but understand and appreciate Max's contribution and placement.

Frank Boucher
Gentleman, centered one of the greatest lines ever. Won where others whined.

Chris Chelios
At times a little too aggressive.Interesting to see if his ranking equals his age.

Paul Coffey
Great offensive defenseman. did not adapt well to aging.

Charlie Conacher
One of the best from the 1930's.

Marcel Dionne
Mega talented but predictable. Never had good coaching.

Bill Durnan
Achieved alot in a short NHL career.

Bernard Geoffrion
Better and more important dynasty Canadiens exist.

Tim Horton
Came back from a horrific injury - Gadsby hit, to be a Leaf stalwart.

Frank Mahovlich
Enigmatic. Very talented left winger who contributed more to his teams than the credit he receives.

Joe Malone
One of the NHA stars, somewhat underappreciated.

Brad Park
Close to finding the right slot. Comments to date are interesting.

Pierre Pilote
If only Pierre was 3" taller and 25lbs heavier he would be about 15-20 slots higher. One of the two best things Kenogami ever produced.

Vladislav Tretiak
Defined Soviet goaltending. Underappreciated these days.

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