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11-13-2010, 08:41 AM
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Couldn't go wrong with either.

I still remember Savard slamming into the post and breaking his leg (believe it was #2), was as painful to watch for me as the Theisman injury.

As a direct result of that injury, the league brought in 'Megg' nets.

Savard was becoming a great offensive dman before the injury. But he adjusted his game afterwards and still had a hall of fame career.

Check Team Canada's record with him in the lineup 1972.

Savard/Robinson is still the best tandem I've ever seen, they could beat you every possible way.

Langway is one of the best defensive dmen I've seen, maybe even the best.

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