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05-08-2005, 12:08 PM
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Leaf Lander
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Originally Posted by Around in 67
Nationality has nothing to do with a person's ability to play hockey. The fact that Brewer and Horton were born in Canada had nothing to do with the fact they were great hockey players beyond the fact they were exposed to the game. Was Grant Fuhr a lesser goalie because he was African American? You may want to keep the bigot comments in your head instead of on these boards.

hey now thats a lilttle harsh my opinion is in the minority; however, I don't
think im wrong.

Mocking your love of the swedes doesnt make me a bigot im a big fan of mats salming was at the end of his career when i was a kid but i seen him play from 1980 on every saturday night on tv.

Horton would be the scot stevens of his time.

Salming would be the Gonchar of his day

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