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12-15-2009, 11:53 PM
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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
I actually do agree with this one. Martin Brodeur behind Steve Yzerman was one of the big head scratchers of the last list for me. I mean, you have a guy at the top of his position multiple times and near the top of his position almost every year of his career, against a guy near the top a few times and then a bit below for most of his career. And it's not like Yzerman has the playoff advantage (I think they are pretty even in the playoffs).

Brodeur should be at least as high as Sakic, 5-10 spots ahead of Yzerman.

(In my mind, there is also zero justification for Brodeur below Glenn Hall, but that's an argument for another day).
I disagree with Glenn Hall, 11 all star team selections, a conn smythe in 68 and a stanley cup in 61. Ranking Glenn Hall outside the top 25 would be wrong. He has a losing record in the playoffs and hes still one of the best, that's how great he was. Even though I am a huge Joe sakic supporter, Glenn Hall deserves to rank ahead of Sakic.

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