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10-08-2003, 12:08 PM
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Originally Posted by elphy101
I agree, the Sens have the best forwards in the NHL. Looking at this, I don't think the Oilers are that far behind.
Dunno about that. I would put the Sens a few points down the list. I would argue that the Stars have clearly the best forwards in the NHL. Let's go down the depth charts:

Modano versus Alfredson (Clearly Modano, though Alfy isn't bad)

Guerin versus Hossa (When healthy, this is close, but Hossa since Guerin isn't 100% healthy)

Lehtinen versus Bonk (I love Bonk, but Lehts takes this)

Arnott versus Havlat (I'll take Arnott. Stupid mistakes aside, he is not that far behind Havlat offensivly, and is an absolute force out there physically)

Turgeon versus White (Push, at this point)

Morrow versus Fisher (I'll take Morrow)

Young versus Smolinski (Two very streaky players, but I like Scott Young)

Kapanen versus Spezza (Spezza I guess)

Ott versus Varada (Varada wins this one clearly)

Not sure on the other depth players for the Stars this year. Is DiMaio back? I guess I'll know in a few hours (when the game starts). I know Schtaslivy and Neil are in the mix for the Sens there (I really like Chris Neil), but if I look at what I've posted above, I feel the Stars have not only better forwards than the Sens, but the best forwards in the league.

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