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10-05-2003, 05:21 PM
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Yes because he had that 6th sence or whatever they call it that allowed him to see the game so much better thatn the other players. And just like when he played they would have had a McSorley or a Semenko to look after him. His overall numbers may go down a bit but he would still win Art Ross Trophies. Also that incredible hockey sence allows him to avoid big hits at times.

In short the " Great one" would still be the "Great one" Hell he was the best player on the ice most nights he ever played just like any of the all time greats were.

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