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08-31-2009, 07:02 PM
Dennis Bonvie
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Originally Posted by seventieslord View Post
Seibert has to be higher than Clapper. How many more times would he have to beat him out for the all-star team to be rated higher? He beat him in voting four of 7 times that they were in direct competition (they were only 4 years apart in age) - in the three times Clapper beat Seibert, Seibert still made the all-star team. In the four times Seibert beat Clapper, Clapper was not on the all-star team. Then of course there were three seasons on top of that, in which Seibert was an all-star defenseman. It's 10-6 in total all-star team spots. 4-3 in first team spots. They are contemporaries. Both should be voted in now, but Seibert should definitely be ahead of Clapper.

It better be next round. Can't wait to see the flood of support that comes along with it. I'm sure it will be like last time, where he gets voted in immediately, in 1st place. Otherwise, it's an embarrassment.

I'm not sure how it can be considered an embarrassment when no one voting ever saw him play.

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